"An Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Cartoon"
It was later remade in 1933 as the Oscar nominated Mickey Mouse short Building a Building.
The last Disney produced/directed Oswald short.
The Oswald cartoons proved to be a big success and the Disney brothers earned $500 per short.
Universal and Winkler signed another contract in February 1928 that guaranteed three more years of Oswald cartoons.
The relationship between Walt Disney and George Winkler wasn't the best because Winkler was going behind Walt's back and hiring away his animators, and when Disney went to Mintz to negotiate a new contract Mintz figured that Disney should settle for a 20% pay cut.
Disney decided to quit working on the Oswald cartoons even though a lot of his animators left to work for Mintz's studio.
Instead Disney and Iwerks invented a new character that turned out to be Mickey Mouse!
Disney bought back the rights to Oswald from Universal in 2006 and in 2013 Oswald the Lucky Rabbit again appeared in a Disney cartoon - Get a Horse! - for the first time in 85 years!
Mintz continued to produce Oswald the Lucky rabbit cartoons. Here is a complete list of Oswald's filmography.