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Out of the Ether

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Language  English
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Director  Manny Gould Ben Harrison
Release date  September 5, 1933

Out of the Ether is a short animated film distributed by Columbia Pictures, and features Krazy Kat.

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Plot

Krazy, dressed as a surgeon, appears as though he is working on a patient. When he is done, and the fellow surgeons step aside, the patient turns out to be an animated radio. Krazy puts his newly repaired radio on a flying carpet before taking off.

Up in the sky, Krazy passes by a hot air balloon which resembles Paul Whiteman. Riding on that balloon are the fancy thin clarinet-playing man who once appeared in the The Bandmaster, and the Mills Brothers. Under the balloon hangs a piano at which the Boswell Sisters sit by. Further on the way, Marie Dressler is sitting on a crescent moon and singing. Dressler boards on Krazy's carpet, and dances with the cat. They dance until the woman accidentally pushes Krazy off the carpet.

Upon falling off, Krazy lands on some clouds. On one of them, two mysterious boxers wearing turbans trade punches. This goes until one of them accidentally bumps Krazy off.

Krazy falls from the sky once more. Finally he hits the ground bottom first. His radio follows as it falls on and gets pierced by his head.

Music

Popular songs featured in the film include Tiger Rag and When the Moon Comes over the Mountain.

References

Out of the Ether Wikipedia


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