Here is a delightful 1928 pen-and-ink animation from Max and Dave Fleischer. Koko's Earth Control features long-time Fleischer character Koko the Clown and his incurably curious dog Bimbo, as they inadvertently bring the world to a somewhat comical end.
It's a good bet that the original screening of this cartoon was silent, but in its reissue it has been given some wonderful period music, including "Dancing Shadows," recorded by the Paul Whiteman orchestra on April 22, 1928. Soloists on the record are Bill Rank on trombone and Frank Trumbauer on c-melody saxophone. The "sweet trio" of Jack Fulton, Austin Young, and Charles Gaylord provide the humming under Trumbauer's solo. Although cornetist Bix Beiderbecke was in the orchestra during this recording, he is inaudible.