Connie Rasinski (1940)

Not to be confused with William Shakespeare’s play of the same name.

Little Cute Chickie Duck loves little lucky Dinky Duck but they have a quarrel, which leads their parents to have a quarrel, which leads to a big-duck brawl…careful, there…which leads to much ado about nothing as Chickie and Dinky have made up and gone floating together.

This is the second Dinky Duck Terrytoons cartoon. It’s also the only cartoon that showed Dinky not as an orphan but actually having biological duck parents until later cartoons.

Connie Rasinski (1945)

The superist hero of them all, Mighty Mouse, easily brushes aside molten lava and stems the tide of an island volcano, set off by the torrid dancing of Krakatoa Katy, the hottest dancer of them all. Then he carries all of the island natives to the safety of higher ground, where Katy leads them all in a jive-chanting jitterbug dance in tribute to their hero.

Mighty Mouse in Krakatoa is a 1945 Terrytoons animated short. It is the 25th cartoon short of the Mighty Mouse theatrical series. Story written by John Foster.