I really love the early Charles Mintz cartoons. Like the Fleischer and Iwerks Studios their aim, in my opinion, was to entertain their audience through surprise action and sheer hypnotic movement. And there was quite a lot of movement too - all delineated with practically inhuman speed and skill. These were toy characters, after all, and they moved in a way sensible to that goal. On that note I am posting what, sadly, is an incomplete print of the 1933 film "Krazy Spooks". It's a bit of a cheat actually as the only spook to make an appearance is a disguised parrot. There are other problems too: namely the issue of 'floaty' timing which in later years would become a real problem at Mintz. However, in spite of it's banal story line (which includes a cute dog with the regrettable name of 'Happy') it still brims with atmosphere worthy of note, some strong layout and design and an unbelievable ability to move and rotate objects solidly through space. It's fun ... and hypnotic. Enjoy.