The Greatest Short in Cartoon History

This is something you simply have to see to believe. You can find more context for this short on it’s Wikipedia page but you might have more fun without knowing it. This short proves that humanity hasn’t really changed in terms of what we find to be hilarious.

I think my fave two things are the surprising amount of degree and strength the female character is given (which I won’t spoil) and Dan Backslide’s inability to have an indoor voice.

The best part? This cartoon is in the public domain, which means we can do whatever we want with it. Go nuts with it! I’m sure Chuck Jones would’ve encouraged it.

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Author: Laura Alexander

Hello! Laura here. I am autistic and I love animation. My fave movies are "Big Hero 6" and "Wreck-It Ralph". This is where I'll talk about my thoughts and feelings on animated shows and movies, among other things.

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