Wednesday, June 8, 2011

060 Pandora's Box



Title: Pandora's Box
Studio: Terry
Date: 06/11/43
Credits: -
Series: Mighty Mouse / Super Mouse / Terrytoons
Running time (of viewed version): 6:05
Commercial DVD Availability: -

Synopsis: Girl mouse wishes for boy mouse, also gets evil box dropped by random witch.




















Comments: Mighty nice castles in the sky. Jewels and cheese in the rococo manner. For some reason, Pandora's leaf skirt has bloomers underneath. In this creation story, a girl wishes for a boy, and thus Mighty Mouse came to be (tho he still needed to eat his vitamins). Shiny witch outfit. Winged cats in the box. Audio sounds clipped in places. Fire shadows. I'm not sure if the cats are supposed to be vaguely Japanese; they are slightly yellow, and have almond eyes at times. Mighty Mouse seems to be redubbed; it was probably Supermouse originally. I'm not sure of the windmill is meant to be a Tulips Shall Grow style war reference. Supermouse kinda Gulliver's that fire out, if you catch my Swift. I like this cartoon, but it has a very poorly formed story and feels like a random kludge of various elements they had laying around.

1 comment:

  1. I watch farmer alfalfa when I was six years old at that time in the Philippines my favorites like Mighty Mouse heckle& heckle dinky duck and friends on channel 9 then moved to channel 4 (1969-70) until martial law of 1972 instead of channel 5 channel 9 cartoons like mightor Spider-Man wacky races etc i stay home since pres.Marcos military takeover from communists leftists dissidents and other internal enemies suppressed by the military for 8 years until 1081 then following the death of ninoy Aquino shot by the military at the airport 8-21-83 until Edsa revolution put an end to 20 year rule of Ferdinand Marcos then was replaced by corazon Aquino became the first female president since 1986-92 then Fidel Ramos 1992-98 and Joseph Estrada 1998-2001 also Gloria Arroyo2001-2010 and noynoy Aquino 2010-16 six single term all my history of mankind and thanks. From:Wayne

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