It's Got Me Again!
It's Got Me Again! is a 1932 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies animated short film directed by Rudolf Ising. The short was released on May 14, 1932.
The cartoon depicts a tribe of cartoon Mickey Mouse-like mice who move and dance through a musical instrument workshop, while the song It's Got Me Again! plays on a dusty gramophone. When a hungry cat shows up and tries to eat the mice, most of them escape—but one mouse is trapped. However, he is not eaten, because the other mice attack the cat and save their companion.
|keywords||gramophone it's got me again! mickey mouse phonograph trap|
|nomination||Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film|
|producer||Hugh Harman Leon Schlesinger|
|productionCompany||Harman and Ising|
|publisher||Vitaphone Warner Bros. Pictures|
|theme||animated animated short cartoon short|