animated cartoon Confidence © Walter Lantz Productions
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Oswald’s happy farm is visited by the depression, represented by an anthropomorphic skeletal ghoul, which causes the banks to close and stocks to crash as it encircles the world. Oswald finds that his rooster won’t crow and his chickens cannot stand let alone lay eggs, and so sets to find a doctor. Oswald is told by Dr. Pill to visit Washington to talk to President Roosevelt, who should be able to provide a cure.

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This is probably one of the more famous Oswald the Lucky Rabbit’s shorts that Walter Lantz made, though it probably isn’t going to mean much compared to the studio’s other,...
Created by: Walter Lantz Productions
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Bernice Hansen ... Oswald
Directed by: William Nolan
Produced by: Walter Lantz
Musical Score by: James Dietrich
Animated by: Tex Avery, Ray Abrams, Jack Carr, Ernest Smythe and Cecil Surry

animated cartoon Confidence © Walter Lantz ProductionsThis short features caricatures of four political figures in American history: a realistic portrait of Abraham Lincoln can be seen hanging behind Roosevelt desk (who has a more cartoony portrait in the background soon later), Oswald also trips over the - then - Vice President John Nance Garner, spilling his papers in the process. Lastly, Oswald uses the wig off of a statue of Thomas Jefferson as an airplane, much to the statue's shock.

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