Confidence (1933 film)

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This article is about the animated film. For other uses, see Confidence (disambiguation).
Confidence
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit series
Directed by Bill Nolan
Produced by Walter Lantz
Music by James Dietrich
Animation by Ray Abrams
Fred Avery
Cecil Surry
Jack Carr
Ernest Smythe
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date(s) July 31, 1933
Color process B&W
Running time 7 min
Language English
Preceded by Ham and Eggs
Followed by Five and Dime

Confidence is a 1933 Pre-Code animated short subject, produced by Walter Lantz, directed by Bill Nolan, and featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. In the film, Oswald is a farmer whose farm falls prey to the ominous influence of the Great Depression (personified as a dark, shadowy figure). Determined to find a solution, Oswald flies to Washington, D.C. where he meets President Franklin D. Roosevelt. It was released by Universal Pictures on July 31, 1933 and is available on The Woody Woodpecker and Friends Classic Cartoon Collection DVD box set.

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