Afloat: The Boats & Ships Edition, Part 2

(Submitted by Smutmaster Eric…Thanks, my Radly Random Ho-mie! ūüôā xoxo)

Afloat: The Boats & Ships Edition, Part 2

Starring:

Peter Pan (1953)

Featuring: Madison Ivy, Tyler Nixon, Claudette Colbert, Gene Wilder & Grace Kelly.

Erotico Vol. 2 (2014)

It Happened One Night (1934)

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)


High Society (1956)

Ho-stess’s PS- Here’s Rat Murdock being totes adorbs on his lil purple boat…Drink in the seXXXy! #MiamiMice ūüėČ xoxo

Scary Shorties: Mickey’s Mechanical Man (1933)

Before Richard Matheson¬†brought a robot into the ring and Toho¬†had one rough up an ape, Disney gave us both of those wonderful things in 1933’s Mickey’s¬†Mechanical Man,¬†a knockabout cartoon caper that pits machine against beast. The short is about Mickey Mouse training a robot to fight an ape in a boxing match and… do I need to say anything else!? I mean, that’s pure monster movie¬†magic¬†as it is! Disney has produced more sophisticated shorts, but who needs sophistication when you have beastly brutes monster-mashing each other in glorious black-and-white?!

Mickey’s Mechanical Man¬†is a fairly one-note short, but it plays that note so magnificently! There are gags aplenty and enough machine-on-monster action to satisfy ¬†all you creature-craving crazies out there. Mickey and Minnie are always welcome, and the ape is as perfectly monstrous as one could hope for. As for the animation, it’s fluid, lively, and… well, Disney!
While there’s much to love about this ‘toon, the highlight is the tit-ular Mechanical Man. I’m a sucker for vintage/retro robots, and this affable automaton certainly fits the bill. Every bit of animation for the ro-boxer is brilliantly herky-jerky. The spasmodic, robotic pugilist moves like a wind-up toy with very little use for physics. It’s this kind of character and animation that make these cartoons such a blast to watch!¬†Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto!

Check out the Battle of the Century below: