The cityscapes in “Morning, Noon and Night Club” (1937) don’t have the wonderful everything’s-melted look of Fleischer shorts from a few years earlier, but they’re nice enough nonetheless.
I can’t clip together a long pan without extreme grey-tone changes, so here are a few parts of the opening background (try to ignore Bluto being in the way).
The entrance to the nightclub. There’s a little bit more of the drawing at the right.
And the first interior shot.
As usual, the background artist is unidentified.