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3 of 183. Credits for Jack King, Norman Spencer, Rollin Hamilton, Chuck Jones  | Hollywood Capers (1935)

3 of Credits for Jack King, Norman Spencer, Rollin Hamilton, Chuck Jones

177 of 183. Beans pushes the wind machine into The Monster, which breaks the creature apart. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

177 of Beans pushes the wind machine into The Monster, which breaks the creature apart.

169 of 183. Beans bursts through three doors as he is propelled through the air. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King

169 of Beans bursts through three doors as he is propelled through the air.

174 of 183. The Monster stands firm against the wind produced by the wind machine. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

174 of The Monster stands firm against the wind produced by the wind machine.

179 of 183. The Monster, broken into pieces, has accidentally become reassembled as a self-punching device. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

179 of The Monster, broken into pieces, has accidentally become reassembled as a self-punching device.

180 of 183. The Monster, broken into pieces, has accidentally become reassembled as a self-punching device. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

180 of The Monster, broken into pieces, has accidentally become reassembled as a self-punching device.

171 of 183. The wind machine sits in one corner of the studio set. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King

171 of The wind machine sits in one corner of the studio set.

170 of 183. Beans has burst through several doors as he is propelled through the air. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King

170 of Beans has burst through several doors as he is propelled through the air.

175 of 183. The Monster vs. the wind produced by the wind machine. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

175 of The Monster vs. the wind produced by the wind machine.

173 of 183. The Monster walks against the wind produced by the wind machine. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

173 of The Monster walks against the wind produced by the wind machine.

178 of 183. The pieces of The Monster are blown away and begin accidentally reassembling themselves. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

178 of The pieces of The Monster are blown away and begin accidentally reassembling themselves.

182 of 183. The Monster, broken to pieces, becomes accidentally reassembled as a self-punching device. We are in the middle of an "iris out." | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

182 of The Monster, broken to pieces, becomes accidentally reassembled as a self-punching device. We are in the middle of an "iris out.

181 of 183. The Monster, broken into pieces, has accidentally become reassembled as a self-punching device. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

181 of The Monster, broken into pieces, has accidentally become reassembled as a self-punching device.

183 of 183. Beans bids us goodbye in the closing title card, which includes the "Looney Tunes" logo. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

Hollywood Capers Directed by Jack King. A Looney Tunes short film featuring Beans the Cat. 183 of Beans bids us goodbye in the closing title card, which includes the "Looney Tunes" logo.

172 of 183. Beans turns on the wind machine. | Hollywood Capers (1935) | A Warner Bros./Looney Tunes short animated film featuring Beans the Cat. Directed by Jack King.

172 of Beans turns on the wind machine.

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