Thursday 7 August 2014

Inside Out

Disney realism? Yeah, it’s impressive at times. But give me Disney un-realism for some good fun. Like the climax gag in “El Terrible Toreador” (1929) where our hero ends a bullfight by turning the bull inside-out. And you thought only the Fleischers did that kind of thing.

The cartoon was released a little over two weeks after the first Silly Symphony, “The Skeleton Dance.” Part of the cartoon’s action is scored to Bizet’s “Carmen.”

1 comment:

  1. All the gags in that one were really off-center! It's the first time I've seen it,and it was great!