To celebrate Disney’s 100th anniversary, the studio released a new animated short featuring one of Disney’s oldest and often forgotten characters, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
If you’ve heard of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, it might be because the character appeared in 2010. epic mickey. The Brave Rabbit was created in 1927 by Walt Disney and designed by both Disney and animator Ub Iwerks. Oswald went on to star in 27 successful shorts for Disney, before the character was sold to Universal. To replace Oswald, Disney created Mickey Mouse.
Oswald returned to Disney ownership in 2006, and while the character has appeared in games, merchandise, and in the parks, this is his first appearance in an animated short since then.
“Oswald is such a brave rascal. We wanted to bring Oswald back, and in short, he literally returns to his original home, the movie screen,” says director Eric Goldberg. “We wanted Oswald to do the whole ‘smash and stretch,’ ‘rubber hose,’ style of animation, celebrating that first generation of Walt Disney artists.”
The short is currently available on YouTube.
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