Now You See It (1947)

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
 Pete Smith
Directed by: Richard L. Cassell

Cat Out of the Bag Alert!  This review contains minor spoilers for this short film!

Synopsis: A Pete Smith Specialty, this short subject film explores the macro world by looking at tiny things such as a baby hummingbird, the workings of a watch and other insects and tiny animals.

Kitty Cameo: At one point the viewer is shown images of a strange, rough surface with hooked points. See below:

Now You See It cat's tongue

It is then revealed that it is, in fact, the surface of a cat’s tongue, and we see a gray cat preening itself.

Now You See It cat

Final Mewsings: Every single part of a cat is complex . . . that’s why we love them.

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