Release Date : April 18, 1941
Running Time : 7:31
In this short it's already clear that the fresh director tries to
keep up with the zaniness of the competing Warner Bros. and MGM studio's.
Unfortunately, he's still hampered by the slow, extended character animation
that characterized Goofy in the late thirties. Furthermore, the impossible
still has to be explained by 'magic', as was the case in
Notice that Warner Bros. and MGM characters, like the magician's box,
could materialize objects from nowhere without obvious reference
to magic. Jack Kinney would soon adopt part of the WB/MGM style, producing
the fastest and zaniest cartoons released by Disney in the forties and
fifties. Unfortunately, Baggage Buster
is not one of them.
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