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Animation & Cartoons

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 Shorts
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Audio/Visual: sound, color Language: American Sign Language
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Topic: sign language tv - television
Animation Shorts
by Creative Commons
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Audio/Visual: sound, color Language: American Sign Language
Topic: sign language tv - television
Animation Shorts
by Creative Commons
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http://signthis.tv
Topic: sign language tv - television
Animation Shorts
by Creator: Clark Haas, Produced by: Cambria Productions.
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Clutch Cargo, who debuted on March 9, 1959, and is remembered for exploring depth of meaning in the phrase "limited animation". Even in an era of low production values, he stood out from the crowd. The animation, if you're generous enough to call it that, was so limited, that for many, the amazing spectacle of it seems to have blotted out every other aspect of the show. Quite a few young viewers watched it less for whatever thrills it may have offered, than so they could get together...
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Topics: TV, Kid TV, Clutch Cargo, Spinner, Paddle Foot, Classic TV, 1960
Animation Shorts
by Creator: Clark Haas, Produced by: Cambria Productions.
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Very early version of Clutch in black & white. Extreme cost cutting going on here. I liked Clutch anyway, it didn't matter to a 5 year old how good the quality was. Clutch Cargo, who debuted on March 9, 1959, and is remembered for exploring depth of meaning in the phrase "limited animation". Even in an era of low production values, he stood out from the crowd. The animation, if you're generous enough to call it that, was so limited, that for many, the amazing spectacle of it seems...
Topics: TV, Kid TV, Clutch Cargo, Spinner, Paddle Foot, Classic TV, 1960
Animation Shorts
by Creator: Clark Haas, Produced by: Cambria Productions.
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eye 10,129

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Clutch Cargo, who debuted on March 9, 1959, and is remembered for exploring depth of meaning in the phrase "limited animation". Even in an era of low production values, he stood out from the crowd. The animation, if you're generous enough to call it that, was so limited, that for many, the amazing spectacle of it seems to have blotted out every other aspect of the show. Quite a few young viewers watched it less for whatever thrills it may have offered, than so they could get together...
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Topics: TV, Kid TV, Clutch Cargo, Spinner, Paddle Foot, Classic TV, 1960
Animation Shorts
by Creator: Clark Haas, Produced by: Cambria Productions.
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Clutch Cargo, who debuted on March 9, 1959, and is remembered for exploring depth of meaning in the phrase "limited animation". Even in an era of low production values, he stood out from the crowd. The animation, if you're generous enough to call it that, was so limited, that for many, the amazing spectacle of it seems to have blotted out every other aspect of the show. Quite a few young viewers watched it less for whatever thrills it may have offered, than so they could get together...
Topics: TV, Kid TV, Clutch Cargo, Spinner, Paddle Foot, Classic TV, 1960
Animation Shorts
by Creator: Clark Haas, Produced by: Cambria Productions.
movies

eye 3,586

favorite 4

comment 0

Clutch Cargo, who debuted on March 9, 1959, and is remembered for exploring depth of meaning in the phrase "limited animation". Even in an era of low production values, he stood out from the crowd. The animation, if you're generous enough to call it that, was so limited, that for many, the amazing spectacle of it seems to have blotted out every other aspect of the show. Quite a few young viewers watched it less for whatever thrills it may have offered, than so they could get together...
Topics: TV, Kid TV, Clutch Cargo, Spinner, Paddle Foot, Classic TV, 1960