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Oswald and his horse are having a merry old time when the two of them fall down a hill. Oswald whistled for the princess, who kissed him on the balcony. He reaches her by lassoing the balcony and tying the other end of the rope to his horse's tail. Oswald fell off the balcony as a rival knight appeared. The two fight for the princess as he climbs back up.
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Oh, What a Knight is an American animated short film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks, and released in 1928 by Universal Pictures. The film features Oswald the Lucky Rabbit trying to save his girlfriend Ortensia from her strict father, Pete, using unusual fighting skills, including him using his own shadow.This short cartoon shows Oswald's distinct personality, inspired by Douglas Fairbanks, for his courageous and adventurous attitude.
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