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    A Little Soap and Water

    Filed under: animation, , , , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Max FleischerAdolph Zukor

    Release Date: 21/06/1935

    "Betty Boop tries to give Pudgy a bath, but Pudgy has other ideas."

    Andy Panda’s Victory Garden

    Filed under: animation, , , , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Walter Lantz

    Release Date: 09/09/1942

    "Andy Panda and Balmer try to plant a spring garden, but Charlie Chicken and a naughty worm have other ideas!"

    Betty Boop for President

    Filed under: animation, , , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Max Fleischer

    Release Date: 04/11/1932

    "Betty Boop runs a wildly popular presidential campaign against the despised Mr. Nobody."

    Broken Toys

    Filed under: animation, , , , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Walt Disney

    Release Date: 14/12/1935

    Chilly Willy – Half Baked Alaska

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    Producer(s): Walter Lantz

    Release Date: 01/04/1965

    "Hungry and cold with a failing shoe-shine business, Chilly Willy struggles to get enough money to buy himself a stack of hotcakes."

    Disney’s Education for Death: The Making of a Nazi

    Filed under: animation, , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Walt Disney

    Release Date: 15/01/1943

    "“Education for Death: The Making of a Nazi” (1943) is one of 32 animated short propaganda film that the United States government commissioned Disney to produce. Nearing bankruptcy after the financial failure of Fantasia (1940), Disney entered a c..."

    Excerpt from Destination Moon

    Filed under: animation, , , , , ,

    Producer(s): George Pal

    Release Date: 27/06/1950

    "In this excerpt from the film Destination Moon (1950), the physics of rockets and space travel are explained with the iconic cartoon character Woody Woodpecker. "

    Flip the Frog – Funny Face

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    Flip the Frog – Spooks

    Filed under: animation, , , , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Ub Iwerks, Pat Powers

    Release Date: 21/12/1931

    "Seeking shelter from a storm, Flip and his horse arrive at a house which, unbeknownst to them, is inhabited entirely by skeletons. Flip sits through a ghoulish dinner with the head of the house before enjoying a bout of dancing with a lady skeleton. ..."

    Flip the Frog: Soda Squirt

    Filed under: animation, , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Ub Iwerks, Pat Powers

    Release Date: 12/10/1933

    Health for the Americas: Cleanliness Brings Health

    Filed under: animation, , , , , , ,

    Producer(s): The Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

    Release Date: 30/06/1945

    Hell’s Bells (1929)

    Filed under: animation, , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Walt Disney

    Release Date: 30/10/1929

    "In this Silly Symphony, we are introduced to the many creatures of Hell. Satan sits while creatures entertain him and feed him firemilk. When Satan tries to feed a little demon to his hound Cerberus, it runs away and kicks him off the cliff of Hell."

    Midnight Frolics

    Filed under: animation, , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Charles Mintz

    Release Date: 24/11/1938

    Minnie the Moocher

    Filed under: animation, , , , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Max Fleischer 

    Release Date: 11/03/1932

    "“Minnie the Moocher” begins with a live action performance by Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner Cab Calloway of “St. James Infirmary Blues,” which segues into the Betty Boop cartoon. The cartoon begins with a typical mealtime setting i..."

    Popeye the Sailor: Seasin’s Greetinks!

    Filed under: animation, , , , , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Max Fleischer

    Release Date: 17/12/1933

    "Popeye and Olive Oyl go for a skate on a chilly winter day. Bluto tries to spoil their fun, but of course he's no match for Popeye and his spinach. "

    Reason and Emotion

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    Rooty Toot Toot (1952)

    Filed under: animation, , , , , ,

    Release Date: 1952

    "This cartoon depicts with transfiguring lines and shapes a courtroom-style musical drama. Characters are called up to the stand, each telling their side of the story, flashing back to each scene punctuated by the musical script. The opening sequence ..."

    School Days (1932)

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    Release Date: 14/05/1932

    "School Days features Flip trying to prevent his dog from coming to school with him. His dog eventually comes all the way to school, however, wreaking havoc in the classroom by chasing a skunk in. Everyone runs from the classroom, ending school early."

    Shiver Me Timbers!

    Filed under: animation, , , , ,

    Producer(s): Fleischer Studios

    Snow White (1933)

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    The Band Concert

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    Producer(s): Walt Disney

    Release Date: 23/02/1935

    "Mickey and his friends Peter Pig, Paddy Pig, Horace Horsecollar, Clarabelle Cow, and Goofy try to put on an outdoor concert. As they attempt to play the William Tell Overture they face many problems, chief among them Donald Duck and a pesky bee. "

    The Cobweb Hotel (1936)

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    The Frozen North

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    The Great Alligator

    Filed under: animation, , , ,

    Producer(s): Janis Diamond

    Release Date: 10/09/1977

    The Mad Scientist

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    Producer(s): Max FleischerAdolph Zukor

    Release Date: 26/09/1941

    "When a mad scientist holds Lois Lane hostage, only Superman can save her, and the rest of the city, from his diabolical plot."

    The Street

    Filed under: animation, , , , , ,

    Producer(s): Wolf Koenig

    Release Date: 01/01/1976

    What’s Cookin’ Doc?

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    Producer(s): Leon Schlesinger

    Release Date: 08/01/1944