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Ha! Ha! Ha! (1934 film)

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Ha! Ha! Ha!
Directed byDave Fleischer
Produced byMax Fleischer
StarringMae Questel
Animation bySeymour Kneitel
Roland Crandall
Color processBlack-and-white
Production
company
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release date
March 2, 1934
Running time
7 mins
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Ha! Ha! Ha! is a 1934 Fleischer Studio animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Koko the Clown.[1]

Plot

Max Fleischer draws Betty, then leaves her for the night in the studio at 5:00 pm. Koko escapes from the inkwell and helps himself to a candy bar left behind by Max. He starts to eat some of it. But, he soon gets a toothache. Betty tries to perform some amateur dentistry on Koko, by trying to yank the bad tooth out while dancing. After this fails, she attempts to calm him down but uses too much laughing gas, causing Betty and Koko to laugh hysterically. The laughing gas spreads the room, making a cuckoo clock and a typewriter laugh hysterically. The laughing gas then goes out the window and spreads into town. Both people and inanimate objects begin laughing hysterically, including a mailbox, a parking meter, a bridge, cars, and gravestones. The short ends when Betty and Koko get back in the inkwell and it begins laughing, before panting.

Production notes

This is a partial remake of the 1924 Koko animated short, The Cure. It is also Koko's last theatrical appearance. (For more information about Koko, see Koko the Clown).

References

  1. ^ Lenburg, Jeff (1999). The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons. Checkmark Books. pp. 54–56. ISBN 0-8160-3831-7. Retrieved 6 June 2020.

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