One of the creepiest cartoons I've ever seen is "The Hot Cha Melody" which was released March 15, 1935. By this time the studio was beginning to go into free fall and the quality of the cartoons the year following fell drastically as animators either left Mintz or were shifted from the Krazy Kat and Scrappy series to The Color Rhapsodies. The crew brought in as their replacements had not much talent for either drawing or animating. 1935 was the turning point: an uneven year for the black & white series but still produced some very good and at least one great cartoon in my opinion. This particular entry falls under the heading of "quite good". The 'modified' more boy-like Krazy design is not to everyone's taste but the story of this cartoon is so bizarre and creepy I thought it would be good to share. "You stole my mel-o-dy. You stole my mel-o-dy"
I'm scared ... hide me.
UPDATE: April 2010. The internet sometimes gives up some surprising stuff. Here is a movie review from a 1935 issue of The Ottawa Citizen which mentions 'Hot Cha Melody' opened with the film 'Chinatown Squad' starring Lyle Talbot. How about that! (Click to enlarge)