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Hollywood Goes Krazy

by Nicholas Sammond

This 1932 Columbia/Screen Gems short features the popular figure of Krazy Kat, as well as parodies of popular Hollywood stars. Indicative of the central role that cartoons played in the transition to sound film, this cartoon became simultaneously a short that replaced live acts before the feature, and an advertisement for other films and stars.

Hollywood Goes Krazy

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Krazy Kat goes to Hollywood to break into pictures

from Hollywood Goes Krazy (1932)
Creator: Columbia Pictures
Distributor: Columbia Pictures
Posted by Nicholas Sammond