Wikipedia, and I suggest that you do!
I didn't know they had slim fit pants back in 1930! This dude makes Olive Oyl look like a porker!
This shot makes for a perfect Halloween owl wallpaper!
Next thing you see is this phantom of a character entering an opera house! That's right kids, you might not know who Oswald The Lucky Rabbit is, but almost everyone has heard of "The Phantom Of The Opera" these days, and this cartoon was made as a tribute to Lon Chaney and the very first "Phantom Of The Opera" movie that was made in 1926!
See the little guy on the right, that's not Mickey!
"Tongue Tied Tongue Twister" - Try saying that real fast 13 times in a row, and see what happens to you!
The opera house has a pretty tough crowd on this particular night!
The Phantom hooks the young tongue-tied vocalist up with a wind-up phonograph (Record Player) stuffed into her bustle that she can mime to! What you'll hear in the little sound clip is the record skipping, followed by the phonograph running down and have to get wound back up, kind of like one of those bad Superbowl halftime shows!
So, what's the first thing the stupid girl does? Remove his mask of course! Now he's mad because his ugly mug has been exposed!!
This is probably the weirdest shot in the whole cartoon! Also, not Mickey again!
In an effort to save the young lady, Oswald is of course, put through a series of obstacles like this giant spider.......
.......and then these dinosaur critters that run through Oswald's legs with sharp fins on their backs effectively denutting him! How they used to get away with wanton destruction of the family jewels gags in children's cartoons I will never know!
The story ends with The Phantom chasing Oswald down just in time to get in one last gag!
There are many free streaming versions of Oswald in "Spooks!" Here's the link to just one of them!