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Oswald takes a job as a lifeguard to keep an eye on Miss Rabbit, who in turn stages a boating accident hoping Oswald will come to save her.
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All Wet is a 1927 film directed by Walt Disney. It is an animated short film, the fifth with protagonist Oswald the lucky rabbit. It was distributed by Universal Pictures on October 31, 1927. It was then reissued on February 1, 1932 by Walter Lantz Productions, with sound effects and music by James Dietrich, and this is the only version available today.
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