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Aug 2, 2021
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"Night of the Blood Beast" is a 1958, black and white science fiction film produced by Roger and Gene Corman, directed by Bernard Kowalski and released by American International Pictures. The distinctive-sounding music by Alexander Laszlo was reused by Corman in "Beast from Haunted Cave" and "Attack of the Giant Leeches." Twenty-one year old screenwriter, Martin Varno, quixotically sued the Corman brothers for more money, (he actually won!) but as a result, stunted...
Topics: Roger Corman, Gene Corman, Bernard Kowalski, Martin Varno, Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, 1950s, Monster...
Community Video
May 11, 2021
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"Star Pilot" is the Americanized version of the Italian Science Fiction film, "2+5 Missione Hydra." It has the distinction of being an Italian sci-fi epic not having been directed by Antonio Margheriti (aka Anthony Dawson, aka Antony Flowers) but by Pietro Francisci, director of the Steve Reeves Hercules films. Shot in 1966, it wasn't released in America until 1977 after the success of a certain popular film, "Star [cough, cough] Wars." Monarch releasing made it...
Topics: Star Pilot, Missione Hydra, Pietro Francisci, Antonio Margheriti, Science Fiction, Nico Fidenco,...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
Topics: Max Fleischer, Bouncing Ball, Animated Cartoons, Screen Songs, Popular Songs
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Sep 27, 2019
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In 1962, Roger Corman's Filmgroup released the 1953 Russian film "Sadko" in a slightly shortened, English dubbed version which was renamed "The Magic Voyage of Sinbad," presumably to cash in on the popularity of Harryhausen's "Seventh Voyage of Sinbad" of 1958. The dubbed version pretty much follows the structure of the Russian original with the only deletions being musical numbers. The English titles are pretty much completely phony with Anglicized names...
Topics: Sinbad, Fantasy, Russian, Aleksandr Ptushko, Roger Corman, Filmgroup, Francis Ford Coppola, Color
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Sep 23, 2019
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"Battle Beyond the Sun" is the 1962 Roger Cormanized version of "Nebo Zevyot" (The Heavens Beckon) from 1959. Corman had film student Francis Ford Coppola edit and dub the Soviet film, taking out specific cold war references and adding two absurd monsters to make it exploitable fare for US drive-ins. Later, for television release, an interchangeable bit of padding was added as a pre-credit sequence featuring "educational" footage of space models presumably filmed...
Topics: Russian Science Fiction, Roger Corman, Francis Ford Coppola, Jack Hill, Sci-Fi, Filmgroup, Dubbed,...
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Sep 16, 2019
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"First Spaceship on Venus" (1962) is the shortened and dubbed American version of "The Silent Star," an East German/Polish production from 1960, based on a novel by Stanislau Lem. The film was released theatrically as the co-feature on a double-bill with the extensively re-edited and dubbed Japanese kaiju film, "Varan the Unbelivable," by Crown International Pictures. This version is in 2:35 Totalvision.
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Topics: First Spaceship on Venus, The Silent Star, Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, Stanislau Lem, East Germany,...
The VHS Vault
Sep 9, 2019
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"Varan the Unbelievable" is the 1962 re-edited, shortened, rescored and retitled version of the 1958 Toho kaiju film, Daikaijū Baran , directed by Ishirō Honda. For the American market, Crown International Pictures released this heavily re-edited adaptation starring Myron Healey, as a double feature with the re-edited and retitled East German/Polish science fiction film, "First Spaceship on Venus." Unfortunately, almost all of Akira Ikufube's terrific score was jettisoned...
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Topics: Varan, Kaiju, Ishiro Honda, Akira Ifukube, Myron Healey, Sci-Fi, Japanese, Black and White, Crown...
Community Video
Aug 29, 2019
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This is the Americanized version of "Gamera" with Brian Donlevy and Albert Dekker presented in widescreen.
Topics: Gammera the Invincible, Gamera, Daiei, Brian Donlevy, Albert Dekker, Kaiju, Widescreen, Black and...
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Jul 4, 2019
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This is an improved version of 1955s "The Atomic Man," known in the UK as "Timeslip." "Atomic Man" was shortened for American release by Allied Artists to be used as a second feature for "Invasion of the Body Snatchers." Faith Domergue, a Howard Hughes discovery, also appeared in two other, more well-known Science Fiction films in 1955, "It Came from Beneath the Sea" and "This Island Earth."
Topics: The Atomic Man, Timeslip, Isotope Man, Faith Domergue, Gene Nelson, Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, Allied...
Community Video
Jul 2, 2019
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Being a big fan of 1930s, poverty row features, I thought I would enjoy trying to clean up the image and sound quality to this one. But the more I watched it, the less I liked it. It's just a bad movie! It's supposed to be an old dark house mystery with sci-fi trappings, but the writing and direction are abysmal, and the acting is over the top, with the most annoying "comic-relief" drunk and rancid racial stereotyping. I certainly haven't seen all of the poverty row mysteries from the...
Topics: Old Dark House Movies, 1930s Mysteries, Sci-Fi, Death Rays, Poverty Row, Black and White
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Jul 2, 2019
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Tailspin Tommy in "Sky Patrol" was one of four, sixty-minute features made by Monogram Pictures in 1939 starring John Trent, Marjorie Reynolds and Milburn Stone.
Topics: John Trent, Marjorie Reynolds, Milburn Stone, Howard Bretherton, Monogram Pictures, Historic...
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Jul 1, 2019
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Tailspin Tommy in "Danger Flight" was one of four, sixty-minute features made by Monogram Pictures in 1939 starring John Trent, Marjorie Reynolds and Milburn Stone.
Topics: Tailspin Tommy, Marjory Reynolds, Milburn Stone, Howard Bretherton, Monogram Pictures, Historic...
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Jul 1, 2019
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"Tailspin Tommy in Mystery Plane" was one of four, sixty-minute features made by Monogram Pictures in 1939 starring John Trent, Marjorie Reynolds and Milburn Stone.
Topics: Tailspin Tommy, John Trent, Marjories Reynolds, Milburn Stone, George Waggner, Monogram Pictures,...
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Jul 1, 2019
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"Tailspin Tommy in Stunt Pilot" is the second of four, hour-long features made by Monogram Pictures in 1939.
Topics: Tailspin Tommy, John Trent, Marjorie Reynolds, Milburn Stone, George Waggner, Monogram Pictures,...
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Sep 23, 2018
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"Felix Woos Whoopee" is a surreal, silent 1928 Felix the Cat cartoon produced by Otto Messmer and Pat Sullivan. The post-synchronized sound was added in 1930 when the film distributed by Copley Pictures. This cartoon is one of the weirdest films in the already strange Felix series, especially during the sequence where Felix walks home drunk and hallucinates nightmarish imagery.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and White, Pat Sullivan, Otto Messmer, Jacques...
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Sep 23, 2018
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More Felix weirdness at a circus involving a fat lady, a human skeleton, an angry ringmaster, and a magic flute. Public domain music and sound effects have been added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and white, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret...
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Sep 23, 2018
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This Felix the Cat cartoon begins in the chilly North but most of the action takes place in sunny Dixie with Felix dancing to Uncle Tom's banjo and fighting the evil Simon Legree. It was released with post-synchronized sound added by the distributor.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and White, Pat Sullivan, Otto Messmer, Jacques...
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Sep 23, 2018
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Felix stows away, gets sea sick and winds up titling at windmills in Holland. Public domain music from vintage recordings and piano rolls plus sound effects have been added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Black and White, Silent, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret J....
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Sep 23, 2018
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Felix goes to war against those pesky mice.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret Winkler, 1922, Silent, Black...
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Sep 23, 2018
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Once again, Felix goes to extraordinary lengths to get a meal. "Felix Trifles with Time" was produced by Pat Sullivan, animated by Otto Messmer and distributed by Educational Pictures.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, silent, black and white, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Time Travel,...
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Sep 23, 2018
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Felix the Cat fight ghosts in the 1923 entry. Public domain music and sound effects have been added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and white, Otto Messmer, Pat Sulivan, Margaret...
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Sep 23, 2018
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Felix comes home drunk and tries to appease his wife with gifts.
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Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and White, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques...
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Jun 13, 2018
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This copy of “Chloe, Love Is Calling You” is a much improved and more watchable version of this obscure, B-movie melodrama from 1934. Unfortunately, it is only 54 minutes in length and not the reported original length of 62 minutes. The film, directed by former Mary Pickford associate, Marshall Neilan, is the last film featuring former silent Fox star, Olive Borden. Both she and her director were on a downward alcoholic slide. It also features Reed Howes as Wade Carson, Philip Ober as Jim...
Topics: Chloe, Olive Borden, Marshall Neilan, Georgette Harvey, Neil Moret, Gus Kahn, Shreveport Home...
Vintage Cartoons
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This circa 1927 Felix the Cat cartoon was created as an advertisement for Edison Mazda Headlamps! It's actually a pretty good cartoon about Felix's troubles trying to marry his sweetheart. My guess at the year is based on something in the cartoon itself. A salesman checks a lists of parts for Felix's car. It turns out Felix is driving a '27 "Noiseless Six." This copy has public domain music and sound effects added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Advertisement, Edison Mazda Electric Lamps, Pat Sullivan, Otto...
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Mar 29, 2018
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More spooky stuff with Felix the Cat in this animated short directed by Otto Messmer and produced by Pat Sullivan. Early sound was added by distributor Jacques Kopfstein.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques Kopfstein, Bijou Films, 1928,...
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 29, 2018
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Felix has numerous adventures with things that go bump in the night. This 1928 short was acquired by Educational Film Exchange which added primitive sound for the home movie and TV release in the 1950s. This copy has public domain music and sound effects. The music includes "Ghost Dance," an unusual guitar duet by Truett and George from 1927. There is a terrific version of this short available on the "Cartoon Roots" blu-ray from Tom Stathes' Cartoons on Film with original...
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and White, 1928, Pat Sullivan, Otto Messmer
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Mar 29, 2018
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Felix saves a pipe-smoking friend from his burning beard. "The Smoke Scream" is a black and white, silent Felix the Cat cartoon from 1928. It was released with post-synchronized sound added by the distributor. 
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and White, Pat Sullivan, Otto Messmer, Jacques...
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 27, 2018
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" Skulls and Sculls" is a 1929 Felix the Cat cartoon, directed by Otto Messmer, produced by Pat Sullivan and distributed by Copley Pictures Corporation. The cartoon begins  much like the Fleischer cartoon, "Bimbo's Initiation,"  with Felix being pursued by supernatural beings (the "skulls" of the title). The second half involves a college boat race (the "sculls" of the title). The post-production sound was added by Jacques Kopfstein for Copley Pictures.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and White, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques...
Community Video
Mar 27, 2018
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Felix springs into action when his team's captain is thrown in jail (!) on the day of their big game against the Tar Heels in this lively cartoon from 1922. There is some live action footage mixed with the animation a la the Out of the Inkwell cartoons produced by Max Fleischer. Sound effects and public domain acoustic recordings have been added, including Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra playing Mel Kaufman's "Taxi!" from 1920.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and white, Otto Messmer, Pat Sulivan, Margaret...
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 27, 2018
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A fed-up Felix leads the town's stray cats in a revolt against city hall in this 1923 silent cartoon. Music from pre-1923 acoustic records and sound effects have been added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Black and White, Silent, Pat Sullivan, Otto Messmer, Margaret J....
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Mar 27, 2018
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In "Polly-Tics," Felix is adopted into a family that includes a jealous parrot. The drab sound was probably added in the 1950s when Educational Film Exchange acquired the home movie and TV rights to a number of Felix silents.
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Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, silent, black and white, 1928, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan,...
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 27, 2018
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Felix goes to Iceland to try to find a barber pole for his friend! Don't ask, just go along with it. Lots of good drawing and clever animation in this short. Public domain music from pre-1923 acoustic records and sound effects have been added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, silent, black and white, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan
Community Video
Mar 27, 2018
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Felix travels to Indore, India to try to procure an elephant for a circus. This is one of 15 silent Felix cartoons that had music and sound effects crudely added by the distributor. Disney and Fleischer were rapidly gaining while Felix's popularity waned. The post-synchronized sound hardly helped.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Black and White, Silent, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques...
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 27, 2018
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"Felix Out of Luck" is a 1924, black and white, silent cartoon animated by Otto Messmer and produced by Pat Sullivan. Felix turns down several offers of free food saying he has a wonderful meal waiting for him at home. Or does he? Public domain music and sound effects have been added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret Winkler, 1924, Silent, Black...
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 24, 2018
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This Felix the Cat cartoon doesn't have much of a plot but rather is a series of random adventures starring our hero and a fox. It's a silent cartoon that had crude sound added after the fact by distributor Jacques Kopfstein. This cartoon looks to have been made earlier than 1929. It's no wonder that Disney and Fleischer made serious inroads into Felix's popularity.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, Black and White, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques...
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Mar 24, 2018
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While wandering around, Felix finds a newspaper article promising a big cash award to the first person to fly to Timbuktu. This is another of the silent Felix cartoons that had sound added by distributor, Jacques Kopfstein for wide release. The crude sound represents the state of post-dubbing in 1929.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Black and White, Silent, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques...
Community Video
Mar 24, 2018
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This is a silent Felix the Cat cartoon. This public domain print has poor image quality and music added from records by Jelly Roll Morton's Hot Peppers.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Black and White, Silent, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret J....
Community Video
Mar 23, 2018
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Felix attempts to babysit in order to earn his lunch in this silent, black and white Felix the Cat cartoon. This copy has terrible image quality but it was the best I could find. Public domain music has been added from acoustically recorded records plus sound effects.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Black and White, Silent, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret J....
Community Video
Mar 23, 2018
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Felix escapes the cold by going to Egypt to rescue the wife of an antiques dealer in this silent, black and white Felix the Cat cartoon. During the trip he meets an insolent mouse who taunts the sultan with an incredibly discourteous (and funny) dance. This copy includes public domain "oriental foxtrots" from acoustically recorded records and sound effects.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Black and White, Silent, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret J....
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 23, 2018
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Felix gets himself kicked across the world to wind up in Japan where he introduces chairs (!) to the populace. This is one of the 15 silent Felixes that had music and sound effects post-synchronized by distributor Jacques Kopfstein for Bijou pictures. It features stylized, Japanese-inflected graphics and the usual bizarre-though-logical transformations of most Felixes of this period.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Black and White, Silent, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques...
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Mar 22, 2018
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"Felix Gets the Can" is a 1925 cartoon animated by Otto Messmer, produced by Pat Sullivan and distributed by Margaret J. Winkler. In this cartoon, Felix heads to Alaska to find some salmon for lunch. This copy has added public domain music and sound effects.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret Winkler, Black and White, 1925
Community Video
Mar 22, 2018
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Felix gets a pal to play hooky from his piano lesson for a chance to go swimming. This version was patched together from two sources; a short, high-quality transfer from Filmcollectief, NL, and the widely available, more complete, low-quality public domain transfer. Public domain music and effects have been added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret J. Winkler, Black and White,...
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 22, 2018
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Felix in Hollywood is a silent, black and white cartoon from 1923, animated by Otto Messmer, produced by Pat Sullivan, and distributed by early Disney distributor, Margaret J. Winkler. (The lady had taste!) It's somwhat famous for its depiction of silent film personalities of the day such as Douglas Fairbanks, Willian S. Hart, Gloria Swanson, C.B. De Mille and others. This copy uses the music added to many public domain releases plus a few sound effects.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Black and White, Silent, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret J....
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Mar 22, 2018
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After rescuing a fairy disguised as a housefly, Felix takes a trip to fairyland. This is a 1923 black and white, silent animated cartoon animated by Otto Messmer, produced by Pat Sullivan, and distributed by Margaret J. Winkler. This copy has public domain music from pre-1923 acoustic recordings and sound effects added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Marget J. Winkler, black and white,...
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 22, 2018
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Felix befriends a little boy but the boy's father won't let him keep Felix as a pet. I get the impression that this version of the short ends prematurely as Felix never really gets revenge! It's a silent cartoon from 1922 with added public domain music and sound effects.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, 1922
Community Video
Mar 22, 2018
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Felix attempts to bag a fur coat for a friend's wife in this 1924 animated cartoon animated by Otto Messmer, produced by Pat Sullivan, and distributed by Margaret Winkler. This copy has public domain music and effects added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret Winkler, Black and white,...
Community Video
Mar 20, 2018
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Felix the Cat annoys a fisherman by stealing his catch. The fisherman gets revenge by "broadcasting" Felix to Egypt via radio. This print is probably from a truncated home movie edition from the Kodascope library. The music found on many public domain releases (Jelly Roll Morton's Hot Peppers) and sound effects have been added. 
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, 1923, Ottom Messmer, Pat Sullivan
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 20, 2018
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Felix spies on love-making germs in a scientist's laboratory only to have the tables turned when a giant germ comes for him. It's a silent Felix cartoon released by the Educational Film Exchange. Public domain music from vintage recordings and sound effects have been added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Silent, Eductional Film Exchange, 1927
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 20, 2018
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Felix consults a fortune teller and an astrologer to determine what his future with his girlfriend might hold with unpredictable results. This is another of the silent Felix cartoons that were released with crudely post-synchronized sound.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Pat Sullivan, Otto Messmer, Jacques Kopfstein, Copley Pictures,...
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 20, 2018
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Another Felix the Cat silent cartoon with a fairly crude soundtrack added by distributor, Jacques Kopfstein. Candidate Felix promises the cats of earth a better life on Mars. (At least, that's how I decipher the plot!) It's stated on various websites that this cartoon was originally titled "Astromeows," probably a more sensible title, but I've never seen a print with that name. Perhaps that was the title of the silent version which got slightly scrambled when sound was added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques Kopfstein, Copley Pictures,...
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Mar 19, 2018
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Felix rescues an circus elephant scared away by a insouciant mouse in this early Felix the Cat cartoon animated by Otto Messmer. With added music (including Mel B. Kaufman's famous "Meow") from vintage recordings and sound effects.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, 1920
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Mar 19, 2018
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After keeping his neighbors up with his raucous caterwauling, Felix finds himself unable to find a quiet place to sleep. Shot as a silent, the primitive audio was post-synconized by distributor, Jacques Kopfstein for release in 1927.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Pat Sullivan, Otto Messmer, Jacques Kopfstein, Copley Pictures
Vintage Cartoons
Mar 19, 2018
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Felix and his nephews/nieces (?) sons/daughters (?) decide to make their own movies. Hilarity (or a mild form of amusement) ensues. The primitive sound in this 1927 cartoon was probably added by Official Films in 1953 when they acquired the home movie and TV rights from Educational Film Exchange.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Educational Film Exchange, Official...
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Mar 19, 2018
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Felix tries to find out what make the moon shine for a human buddy. The cartoon meanders a while before he finds out. This copy uses the same music found on many public domain releases and has added sound effects.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, 1924, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan
Community Video
Mar 19, 2018
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Felix tries to please his girlfriend in this silent Felix the Cat cartoon. This copy is from the truncated Kodascope version with added public domain music and sound effects.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Silent, 1924, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan
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Mar 19, 2018
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In this, considered to be the first Felix the Cat cartoon, Felix has yet to acquire his familiar name. He's called "Master Tom." In most other regards, the familiar personality is there, though not the casual surrealism that propels his later cartoons. Still, this cartoon is amusing with a surprisingly dark ending. This copy has public domain music (from piano roll) and sound effects added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Paramount Magazine, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, 1919
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Mar 19, 2018
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Felix convinces a friendly dog to dig to China in order to replace a broken vase belonging to Felix's irascible wife. This black and white cartoon was produced as a silent and was one of the group that distributor, Jacques Kopfstein, had dubbed for release. 
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques Kopfstein, Copley Pictures,...
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Mar 19, 2018
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Felix and his nephew float to the North Pole in bubbles blown by Felix in this cartoon short originally produced as a silent. It was one of 15 silent Felixes released with sound added by distributor Jacques Kopfstein.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques Kopfstein, Bijou Films, 1928
Community Video
Mar 18, 2018
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In "Felix Doubles for Darwin," we find our hero traveling to Africa to win the $50 prize if he can prove "man came from monkeys." This 1924 silent cartoon has public domain music (by Jelly Roll Morton's Trio) and sound effects added.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret J. Winkler, 1920s
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Mar 18, 2018
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Felix the Cat's pursuit of a meal finally results in weird, indigestion-induced hallucinations. This silent cartoon uses the same music by Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers that has been added to many public domain releases. 
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Educational Film Exchange, E. W....
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Mar 18, 2018
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"Daze and Knights" finds Felix the Cat bringing his casual surrealism and anachronisms to Medieval times. It was one of the 15 silent Felixes that had sound crudely added by distributor Jacques Kopfstein in order to modernize them for customers increasingly attuned to "talkies."
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques Kopfstein, Bijou Films, 1927
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Mar 18, 2018
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"Comicalamities" is a silent 1928 Felix the Cat cartoon produced by Pat Sullivan, animated by Otto Messmer and distributed by Educational Pictures exchange. This Pygmalion-esque tale has Felix redrawing the face of a homely female feline, only to find he's created a vain, selfish, demanding girlfriend who wants to be a movie star. Music and effects added from various public domain sources.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Educational Pictures, 1928
Vintage Cartoons
Jan 19, 2018
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Felix goes after a butcher's sausages and captures them, but the butcher catches Felix and sends him to the Arctic to get rid of him. This 1922 silent, distributed by early animation entrepreneur Margaret J. Winkler, is available on DVD and Blu-Ray in a high resolution digital transfer from Tom Stathe's Cartoons on Film.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret J. Winkler, 1922
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Jan 19, 2018
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Felix's girlfriend decides to go to Hollywood to become a star. Felix goes to try to stop her. This 1926 silent cartoon was released by Educational Film Exchange. I don't know where this sound version comes from. Perhaps it is from 1953, when Official Films acquired the silent Felixes , added sound to them, and released them to the home and television market.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Educational Film Exchange, Official...
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Jan 19, 2018
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Felix has adventures in Arabia involving the usual Arabian Nights cliches of flying carpets, harems and scimitars. The post-synchronized soundtrack added by distributor, Jacques Kopfstein, uses themes from "Scheharezade" by Rimsky-Korsakov.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Jacques Kopfstein, Bijou Films, 1928
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Felix and his nephews run into obstacles while trying to have a picnic. This 1930 Felix the Cat cartoon was shot silent and had post-synchronized sound added by the distributor, Copley Pictures.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Copley Pictures, 1930, Jacques...
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Jan 19, 2018
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Felix won’t get fed until his owner finds the solution to his crossword puzzle: a seven-letter word chiefly found in Russia, so he goes to Russia to find out. This is a silent Felix the Cat cartoon from 1925, taken from the seriously truncated Kodascope version commonly available. It has the music heard on many public domain releases with a few added sound effects.
Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated cartoon, Otto Messmer, Pat Sullivan, Margaret J. Winkler, 1920s
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Dec 22, 2017
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"Felix Frolics at the Circus," also known as just "The Circus," is a silent cartoon from 1920 with added PD music recorded acoustically from the period and sound effects.
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Aug 8, 2017
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In 1942, Paramount forced out feuding brothers Max and Dave Fleischer from their cartoon studio and re-christened it "Famous Studios." Famous continued to make the popular Popeye, Superman and other cartoons begun by the Fleischers and in 1947, they decided to revive the sing-along Screen Song format. The series officially relaunched with "The Circus Comes to Clown," after five similar "bouncing ball" cartoons were made under the Noveltoon banner in the intervening...
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Aug 8, 2017
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In 1942, Paramount forced out feuding brothers Max and Dave Fleischer from their cartoon studio and re-christened it "Famous Studios." Famous continued to make the popular Popeye, Superman and other cartoons begun by the Fleischers and in 1947, they decided to revive the sing-along Screen Song format. The series officially relaunched with "The Circus Comes to Clown," after five similar "bouncing ball" cartoons were made under the Noveltoon banner in the intervening...
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Aug 8, 2017
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In 1942, Paramount forced out feuding brothers Max and Dave Fleischer from their cartoon studio and re-christened it "Famous Studios." Famous continued to make the popular Popeye, Superman and other cartoons begun by the Fleischers and in 1947, they decided to revive the sing-along Screen Song format. The series officially relaunched with "The Circus Comes to Clown," after five similar "bouncing ball" cartoons were made under the Noveltoon banner in the intervening...
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Aug 7, 2017
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In 1942, Paramount forced out feuding brothers Max and Dave Fleischer from their cartoon studio and re-christened it "Famous Studios." Famous continued to make the popular Popeye, Superman and other cartoons begun by the Fleischers and in 1947, they decided to revive the sing-along Screen Song format. The series officially relaunched with "The Circus Comes to Clown," after five similar "bouncing ball" cartoons made under the Noveltoon banner in the intervening...
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Aug 7, 2017
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The original, black and white Fleischer Screen Songs ended in 1938 and the sing-along idea remained mostly dormant until they where begun anew under the auspices of Famous Studios in December of 1947. But during that almost ten year period, a few "proto-Screen Songs" were released reviving and refining the formula. Among these was "Old MacDonald Had A Farm," officially a Noveltoon. I think it has all of the elements of a "Screen Song," except for the ear worm...
Topics: Classic Cartoon, Famous Studios, Paramount Pictures, Seymour Kneitel, Winston Sharples, Max...
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Aug 7, 2017
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The original, black and white Fleischer Screen Songs ended in 1938 and the sing-along idea remained mostly dormant until they where begun anew under the auspices of Famous Studios in December of 1947. But during that almost ten year period, a few "proto-Screen Songs" were released reviving and refining the formula. The first of these was "When G.I. Johnny Comes Home," released in 1945 marking the end of WWII. 
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs are animated cartoons featuring the famous “bouncing ball” produced by Max Fleischer and distributed by Paramount Pictures between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as the Mills Brothers, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was syndicated...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
Topics: Max Fleischer, Bouncing Ball, Animated Cartoons, Screen Songs, Popular Songs
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Jun 14, 2017
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Jun 13, 2017
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Jun 13, 2017
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Jun 13, 2017
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Jun 13, 2017
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Jun 13, 2017
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Jun 13, 2017
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Jun 12, 2017
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Jun 12, 2017
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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Screen Songs  are animated cartoons featuring the famous “ bouncing ball ” produced by Max  Fleischer  and distributed by  Paramount Pictures  between 1929 and 1938. The cartoons are sing-alongs featuring popular song hits of the day along with the ethnic stereotypes and humor typical of the era in which they were produced. In the 1930s, the series began to feature current popular musical guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Rudy Vallee and Ethel Merman. In the 1950s, the series was...
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