1. General Info

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Synopsis


Krazy operates a soda fountain. After the other customers have left, his girlfriend stays to flirt. When a fancy fox kidnaps the girlfriend, Krazy heads out to rescue her.

Credits

Director

Manny Gould
Ben Harrison

Music

Joe de Nat

Notes

Technical Specifications

Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Color Type: Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Print Type: 35mm
Negative Type: 35mm
Cinematographic Type: Spherical
Original Language: English

Reviews and Comments

From PopKorn Kat :

Like all of Columbia's Krazy Kat cartoons, Soda Poppa has solid animation and music. The first gag has Krazy cracking open an egg only for the old bird inside to close it back up. We get to hear "The Kat's Meow", the title music for the Krazy Kat cartoons; here, it has different lyrics than the ones featured in the copyright synopsis for The Kat's Meow. Then the rival arrives and drives Kitty Kat to his car, using a table as a steering wheel! Unfortunately, by this time the plot devolves into "girl gets kidnapped by rival; boy must save girl" in the middle, as if the staff couldn't figure out where to go with the soda fountain setting and used that plot as a failsafe. For what it's worth, I found the guard constantly blocking Krazy from entering the suite even after the Kat distracts him humorous. Overall, a lack of surreal, creative humor and a trite, exhausted plot make this one of the weaker entries in Columbia's output.





History

11/21/2011

  • New title added by eutychus
  • Credits added by eutychus

5/8/2014

  • Characters added by eutychus

5/22/2015

  • Animation type added by Zachary
  • Color type added by Zachary

5/24/2015

  • Characters added by Zachary

4/22/2016

  • Synopsis added by PopKorn Kat

7/21/2017

    Sources

    Manny Gould: Director
    • Verified by "The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons" by Jeff Lenburg

    Ben Harrison: Director
    • Verified by "The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons" by Jeff Lenburg

    Joe de Nat: Music
    • Verified by "The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons" by Jeff Lenburg