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Magic Strength 1944
Description: In the frozen North, Willoughby Wren, with the assistance of his magical hat, attempts to save a damsel in distress from a huge mean villain.
Released: 04 Feb 1944 Director: Bob Wickersham Writers: Dun Roman (story) Actors: N/A Genres: Animation, Short
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Magic Strength Reviews:

While he is wearing a cap woven from the hair that Delilah slash off Samon's head, tiny Willoughby is capable of nice feats strength, like curling pokers into bows or rescuing the cute barmaid from Risky Dan MacGoon. It's a cute nice Columbia cartoon, half Doctor Seuss and half Tex Avery -- that barmaid looks like the brunette sister of Tex' "Red" and Willoughby evinces the rather wan appeal of Droopy, just made to hold this one in bounds for kiddy matinees.The true strength of this cartoon, though, is the clean designs, still able to shine through in the black & white cartoons, still produced by Columbia and Terrytoons. Those, alas, would not last much longer. Warners had turned out their last B&w cartoons the previous year, Metro, few years earlier, andwithn other two or three years, all fresh releases would be in color.



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