Thursday 29 December 2016

My Skeleton is You

Like any good silent Max Fleischer character, Koko the Clown morphs in front of a mirror in Koko’s Haunted House (1928).

He becomes a cat.

Then he becomes a skeleton and collapses from fright.

No matter. His skeleton takes over his body.

Max Fleischer is the only one to get credit on these imaginative Inkwell films, other than producer Alfred Weiss.


  1. Hmm...could it be Dick Huemer's(?) work, here?

  2. I wonder if the makers of the "Schoolhouse Rock" segment about bones had seen this cartoon?