Narrator: Pete Smith
Directed by: George Sidney
Synopsis: A Pete Smith Specialty, this short film explores slow motion and strobe filmography with examples including a bubble being burst, a golfer hitting a ball through a telephone book and smoke curls produced by a fan.
Kitty Cameo: Pete Smith explains that he always thought his cat, in lapping its milk, curled the tongue upwards. But the super slow motion photography shows a black and white tuxedo cat lapping milk with the tongue curled under to draw the milk up into the mouth.
Final Mewsings: It makes sense that a cat would want to eat with the side of their tongue not used for preening.