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Bugs in Love

Bugs in Love
Silly Symphonies series
Directed by Burt Gillett
Produced by Walt Disney
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by United Artists Pictures
Release date(s) 1932
Color process Black and white
Country United States
Language English
Preceded by King Neptune
Followed by Babes in the Woods

Bugs in Love is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1932, and was the final Symphony to be shot with black-and-white film.

Plot summary

A carnival is made by insect out of garbage. The carnival includes a Ferris wheel made out of a bike tire and petals, a "slide" made out of a pipe, and a record player "merry-go-round".

Two love bugs are skating on a broken mirror when the female bug leaves to her house to freshen up. The male bug follows her.

While the two are courting, a crow flies by and spots the two bugs. Licking his lips, he sneaks closer to them. He starts chasing after the two bugs. The crow scares the male bug into a glass bottle and puts a cork on the bottle. The female bug runs into her home. The crow follows her, and chases her around the room while she tries to hide.

Meanwhile, the male bug escapes from the bottle he was trapped in and runs to save his lover. The male bug begins to fight the crow when another bug sees the battle. He warns all the other bugs at the carnival about the crow. The bugs stop what they are doing and together defeat the crow and save the couple.

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