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Whether you want to watch classic cartoons from a bygone era, Brick Films made with your favorite building toys, Machinima patched together from video games, or the artful computer animations selected for the 2001 SIGGRAPH competition, this library of free animated films and movies has something to keep you entertained!



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Animation & Cartoons
by Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.
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Woody Woodpecker is an animated acorn woodpecker who appeared in theatrical short films produced by the Walter Lantz animation studio and distributed by Universal Pictures. Though not the first of the wacky characters that became popular in the 1940s, Woody Woodpecker remains the most admirable of the type. Woody was created in 1940 by Walter Lantz and storyboard artist Ben "Bugs" Hardaway, who had previously laid the groundwork for two other screwball characters, Bugs Bunny and Daffy...
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Topics: Universal Studios, Walter Lantz
Animation Shorts
by Walt Disney
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Fell in the public domain because it was made for the American government and all films made for or by the government of the U.S.A. are in the public domain. From IMDB: Donald Duck deals with income taxes and their benefit to the American war effort in this inspirational documentary short animated film.
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Topics: Donald Duck, Walt Disney, Short, Animation, Propaganda, World War 2
Animation & Cartoons
by Warner Bros.
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All This and Rabbit Stew is a one-reel animated cartoon short subject in the Merrie Melodies series, produced in Technicolor and released to theatres on September 20, 1941 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone . It was produced by Leon Schlesinger and directed by an uncredited Tex Avery , with musical supervision by Carl W. Stalling The cartoon was the final Avery-directed Bugs Bunny short to be released. Although it was produced before The Heckling Hare (after the production of which Avery was...
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Topics: Bugs Bunny, All This and Rabbit Stew, Censored Eleven, Merrie Melodies, cartoons, stereotypes
Animation & Cartoons
by Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.
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favorite 61

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Woody Woodpecker is an animated acorn woodpecker who appeared in theatrical short films produced by the Walter Lantz animation studio and distributed by Universal Pictures. Though not the first of the wacky characters that became popular in the 1940s, Woody Woodpecker remains the most admirable of the type. Woody was created in 1940 and has made his first entry on the Andy Panda Cartoon, Knock-Knock. His appearance and character would evolve over the years, from an insane bird to much more of...
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Topics: Universal Studios, Walter Lantz
Vintage Cartoons
by Walter Lantz Productions
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eye 12,862

favorite 55

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While Tony Figaro is out to get his physical, Woody Woodpecker heckles the customers in the Seville Barbershop. Woody stands outside the shop looking at the ads and wants a "victory haircut." Woody goes to the shop, but the barber isn't there. Woody decides to take over the operation of the barber shop. The first customer is an Indian who gets a scalping, followed by a tough workman who wishes that he had never run into Woody. All of this frantic cartoon features Woody singing the...
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Topic: Woody
Animation & Cartoons
by Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.
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Andy Panda is a cartoon character who starred in his own series of animated cartoon short subjects produced by Walter Lantz. These "cartunes" were released by Universal Pictures from 1939 to 1947 and United Artists from 1948 to 1949. The titular character is an anthropomorphic cartoon character, a cute panda. In the earliest episodes of the cartoon series, Andy is a mischievous cub, whose blustery father Papa Panda is frequently trying to prove himself as a good role model. Later,...
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Topics: Universal Studios, Walter Lantz
Vintage Cartoons
by Walter E Disney
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This one is a World War II banned cartoon. I checked throughout the film for any evidence a copyright and none was found on it
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Topics: World War II cartoons, cartoons, Vintage cartoons, Classic cartoons, Propaganda
Animation Shorts
by Wan Guchan and Wan Laiming (Wan Brothers)
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The first Chinese animated feature film. This a a heavily denoised, high bitrate (1800 kbps) version that some people may find easier to watch than other versions of the same film due to reduced video noise and improved luminance level. The audio track has not been enhanced. The resolution of this video is 688x416, which represents the actual image area after the black bars have been cropped from the original. Note that some of the image is missing from the bottom edge, this was unfortunately...
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Topics: Princess Iron Fan, Monkey King, Journey To The West, China, Chinese, Animation
Animation & Cartoons
by Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.
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The Beary Family (also known as The Bear's Family Album) is an American Animated theatrical series made by Walter Lantz Studios. Twenty eight shorts were made from 1962 to 1972, when the studio had shut down. The series was about Charlie Beary, the incompetent family man, his nagging wife Bessie, their well-meaning but half-witted teenage son Junior and their younger daughter Suzy, who later got a pet goose who never gets along with Charlie. QUICK NOTE: Just to inform to you all, that Episode...
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Topics: Universal Studios, Walter Lantz
SIGGRAPH
by Wayne Lytle
movies

eye 169,266

favorite 126

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In this SINGLE from a VIDEO ALBUM, all instruments are played by steel balls shot out of PVC tubing. From the producer of the original ''musical fountain'' in More Bells and Whistles, SIGGRAPH 1990.Two years in the making, the full video album is comprised of 7 pieces, each by a completely different instrument configuration. Proprietary animation software analyzes the music, and automatically drives the movement of the instruments for highly accurate and efficient animation. Essentially no...
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
Vintage Cartoons
movies

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favorite 29

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Here is  "The Mad Doctor" This cartoon is included in The Bill Sprague Collection, because of it's inclusion on many public domain VHS tapes DVDs and digital  media. My first memory of this cartoon is seeing it on a VHS tape in the 1980s that sold popcorn with the VHS tape.
Topics: public domain, Disney, "The Mad Doctor
Animation & Cartoons
by Warner Bros. & U.S. Treasury Dept. Defense Savings Staff
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The 90-second cartoon, commissioned by the Treasury and now in the public domain , was designed to encourage movie theater audiences to buy defense bonds and stamps. Its title card identifies it as Leon Schlesinger Presents Bugs Bunny , [ 1 ] but it is more widely known as Any Bonds Today? It was neither considered a Looney Tunes nor Merrie Melodies cartoon and was not part of the Bugs Bunny series (but a spin-off). Bob Clampett wrote and directed the film, which started production in late...
Topics: Any Bonds Today, bonds, propaganda, WWII, Bugs Bunny
Vintage Cartoons
by Walt Disney
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favorite 26

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Trolley Troubles  is a 1927  animated   short subject  film, produced by  Charles Mintz  and  George Winkler  and directed by  Walt Disney . The cartoon is noted for being the first appearance of  Oswald the Lucky Rabbit , a character that Disney and  Ub Iwerks  created for  Universal Pictures  and  Charles B. Mintz .
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Topics: Oswald, Rabbit, Disney, Cartoon, Mintz, Winkler
Animation Shorts
by Walter Lantz Productions
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A Walter Lantz cartoon from the 1930s. "This cartoon, based on the "Reg'lar Fellers" comic strip, was originally made for Ipana Toothpaste and was going to be released theatrically. It never got released to theaters, but was eventually bought by Castle Films and released exclusively to the home movie market (with the plugs for Ipana Toothpaste removed)." (http://lantz.goldenagecartoons.com)
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Topic: Walter Lantz Productions
Animation & Cartoons
by Winsor McCay
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Description from Wikipedia : How a Mosquito Operates (1912), also known as The Story of a Mosquito , is a silent animated film by American cartoonist and animator Winsor McCay . The six-minute short, about a giant mosquito who torments a sleeping man, is one of the earliest animated films and is noted for the high technical quality of its naturalistic animation, considered far ahead of its contemporaries.
Topics: mosquito, Winsor McCay, history, silent film, cartoon, animated
Machinima
by Werner, Nicholas
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"Potentior" was written and directed by Nicholas Werner, a Stanford student in film & media studies. He is also part of the How They Got Game group at the Stanford Humanities Laboratory. This ambitious movie traces the events of the final major battle in the Gallic Wars, the epic struggle between Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix focused on the siege of the fortified town of Alesia. At over 40 minutes in length, the movie can afford to dwell on many details and stratetic aspects of...
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Topics: Rome: Total War, Creative Assembly, Werner, Nicholas
Animation Shorts
by WWW.ACT1NOWPLAYING.COM
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La Grande Revue Philips 1938 ( The Great Philips Review ) This Puppet-Toon Film was a 1938 Philips Broadcast Ad made in Holland. Produced by George Pal and Performed by The Bert Ambrose Orchestra. Watch this and More Great Vintage Music Videos at Europa Film Treasures ! Some ADULT Content is on the Europa Film Treasures Site.
Topic: La Grande Revue Philips 1938 ( The Great Philips Review ) ACT1 NOW PLAYING
Machinima
by Wright, Rob = Robbie Dingo
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"Better Life" was shot entirely in Second Life, with the story, animation, props, and camera work all by Rob Wright, known in the Second Life community as Robbie Dingo. The soundtrack is by the British band "Angry Man." It tells the story of a paraplegic dreaming of a different life through the haze of work at the keyboard and screen; an appropriate mix of images and themes for a film made in a virtual world called "Second Life." A lower-quality (smaller filesize),...
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Topics: Second Life, Linden Lab, Wright, Rob, Robbie Dingo
Animation Shorts
by Writers: Robert D. Buchanan (creator)
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From IMDb; From their earth headquarters on Zero Zero Island, Colonel Bleep, Squeek and Scratch battled intergalactic villains such as Doctor Destructo, the master criminal of the universe, The Black Knight, and Captain Patch, a displaced pirate. Noah Tyler Narrator
Topics: Cartoon, Colonel Bleep, Squeek, Scratch, Animation, Family, SciFi
Silent Films
by Windsor McKay
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favorite 14

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Little Nemo a very early (1911) animation by Windsor McKay
Topic: amimation. silents
Brick Films
by Wilding Picture Productions, Inc.
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Singers Lucille and Johnny, whose radio show is sponsored by Oldsmobile, are invited to visit the Olds factory to see why the product is superior. While touring the plant, Johnny becomes concerned that another visitor is a Martian spy dedicated to subverting Earth's autonomy. Some might call this film a McCarthyite allegory; others a slow-moving plant tour. Story: Gordon Miller. Camera: John Niklasch. Sound: Ray Esh. Editor: John Cook. Director: Lewis D. Collins. With Lucille and Johnny...
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Topics: Automobiles: Advertising, Automobiles: Manufacturing, Cold War
Animation Shorts
by Writers: Robert D. Buchanan (creator)
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From IMDb; From their earth headquarters on Zero Zero Island, Colonel Bleep, Squeek and Scratch battled intergalactic villains such as Doctor Destructo, the master criminal of the universe, The Black Knight, and Captain Patch, a displaced pirate. Noah Tyler Narrator
Topics: Cartoon, Colonel Bleep, Squeek, Scratch, Animation, Family, SciFi
Animation Shorts
by Walter Lantz
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favorite 15

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The first of the Mr. Hook cartoon series, his main purpose was to sell war bonds. Hook is set a decade in the future, and he is telling his young son about his exploits during the war and how war bonds helped him defeat an evil Japanese pilot who was trying to attack the fleet.
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Topics: Animation, Short
Animation Shorts
by Writers: Robert D. Buchanan (creator)
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From IMDb; From their earth headquarters on Zero Zero Island, Colonel Bleep, Squeek and Scratch battled intergalactic villains such as Doctor Destructo, the master criminal of the universe, The Black Knight, and Captain Patch, a displaced pirate. Noah Tyler Narrator
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Topics: Cartoon, Colonel Bleep, Squeek, Scratch, Animation, Family, Sci-Fi
Brick Films
by whoohayproductions
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A strange day for this lego guy
Topic: lego,whoohay,production
Vintage Cartoons
by Warner Bros.
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Title: Smile, Darn Ya, Smile! Summary: A streetcar conductor has adventures with a would-be passenger hippo, a cow blocking the tracks, and a runaway train while he, his passengers, and some hobos sing the title song. Directed by: Rudolf Ising Actors: Production Company: Warner Bros. Release Date: 5 September 1931 (USA) Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1 Foxy is a streetcar driver who sings "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile!" as he drives along the tracks. Nearly everyone he encounters sings along: the...
Topics: Animation, Comedy, Family, Musical, Short
Animation Shorts
by Writers: Robert D. Buchanan (creator)
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From IMDb; From their earth headquarters on Zero Zero Island, Colonel Bleep, Squeek and Scratch battled intergalactic villains such as Doctor Destructo, the master criminal of the universe, The Black Knight, and Captain Patch, a displaced pirate. Noah Tyler Narrator
Topics: Cartoon, Colonel Bleep, Squeek, Scratch, Animation, Family, SciFi
Animation Shorts
by Winsor McCay
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favorite 3

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First short animated film of Winsor McCay.
favorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Winsor McCay, animation, short, silent
SIGGRAPH
by Wade Sisler, Michael Starobin
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For 18 days during the Southern Hemisphere spring of 1997, a NASA-launched Canadian satellite called RADARSAT collected pieces of a puzzle that will help scientists study the most remote and inaccessible part of the earth -- Antarctica. Scientists have now put the puzzle pieces together to form the first high-resolution radar map of the mysterious frozen continent. With detail to the point of picking out a research bungalow on an iceburg, this new map has answered scientist's questions about...
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
Animation Shorts
by www.back4allah.com
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eye 528

favorite 1

comment 0

kharof
Topic: kharof
Animation Shorts
by www.esahwa.com
movies

eye 2,265

favorite 0

comment 0

cartoon7
Topic: cartoon7
Brick Films
by WeirdArabProf
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This is just a clip of what the Lego lift that I made for my QuickCam can do. I actually took it with the QuickCam by the reflection of a small mirror, so it looks kind of weird. Don't focus too hard, for those of you who get nauseated easily ;)
Topics: Animation, lego, brickfilms
Brick Films
by Woody
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This is the same as OATK but is ALOT smaller (size.) Depicts an event that happen in the epic, "The Odyessy"
Topics: lego, class, animation
Brick Films
by Woody
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Class project. Pretty good. My first film. Its depicts the events that happens on Kalypso's Island from the Odyssey.
Topics: lego, clay, animation
Machinima
by Wright, Rob = Robbie Dingo
movies

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"Stage" was shot entirely in Second Life , with the story, animation, props, camera work and original music all by Rob Wright, known in the Second Life community as Robbie Dingo. This short takes off from Shakespeare's famous quotation in As You Like It, focusing on the entrances and exits across generations in a family of piano players. Father age and pass away, replaced by their sons, but the roles and the bonding achieved through music remains the same. -- HEL "The film is...
Topics: Second Life, Linden Lab, Wright, Rob, Robbie Dingo
Machinima
by Werner, Nicholas
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"Est Mori" was written and directed by Nicholas Werner, a Stanford student in film & media studies. He is also part of the How They Got Game group at the Stanford Humanities Laboratory. This movie differs considerably from the vast scope and spectacle of "Potentior," as it is based virtually entirely on a single conversation before an impending battle. Yet with well over 15 minutes devoted to this single scene, it dwells on details and does not force the conclusion. As...
Topics: Rome: Total War, Creative Assembly, Werner, Nicholas
Brick Films
by WellDweller
movies

eye 1,407

favorite 1

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The Movie the ring is an awsome horror movie, coming soon will be the lego MOVIE!! but for now i have the Trailer
Topics: Horror, Ring, Samara
Brick Films
by Wesley Robertson
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Pizza Brick introduces their new four-for-all pizza! Some guys do stupid fight moves! Made in one night, so it isn't... awe inspiring and slightly... lacking. But you might enjoy it still.
Topics: Lego, Animation, Brickfilm
Brick Films
by Woody
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This is (hopefully) a working copy of a film that depicts an event that happens in the epic poem, "The Odyssey."
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Topics: Lego, Clay, Animation
Brick Films
by William Harms
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A stop-motion LEGO short commissioned by PC Gamer Magazine in 1998. Corporal Dan Revelations is the tale of one police inspector on his quest against spear-throwing champions, ninjas, and gun-wielding thugs aplenty. With a diverse, international cast, a soundtrack by David Filip, and more blood than you can shake a stick at, Corporal Dan Revelations rocks the LEGO movie genre with its dynamite action!
Topics: LEGO, Corporal Dan, animation