Little Cheeser (1936) — Happy Harmonies Theatrical Cartoon Series

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CotD: A minor char­ac­ter from MGM, “Lit­tle Cheeser” was also pretty pop­u­lar; Did you like him? ~

Little Cheeser (1936) - Happy Harmonies

Lit­tle Cheeser (1936) — Happy Harmonies

Lit­tle Cheeser (1936) — Happy Har­monies The­atri­cal Car­toon Series

Cheeser the mouse doesn’t want to go bed. In a fit­ful sleep, he has good and bad “angels” to help him decide right from wrong. The “good angel” (on one shoul­der) teaches Cheeser to smoke and drink, while the “bad angel” (on the other shoul­der) tries to pre­vent this. Cheeser attempts to smoke a pipe, look at girlie mag­a­zines and do other bad things before real­iz­ing that good over­pow­ers evil.

When the good angel inter­venes, a war of the spir­its ensues. After being chased by a cat, Cheeser is finally exhausted by his jour­ney into the ter­ri­fy­ing world of free will. He runs back to bed, says his prayers, and falls to sleep like a good lit­tle mouse.

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