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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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FERDY CARTOON ARABIC
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by Joshua Heinen
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Puppet Love (Kneitel, 1944): One of the best Popeye cartoons by Famous! (Animators: William Henning, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) The Island Fling (Tytla, 1946): The ONLY Good Censored Popeye cartoon. (Animators: John Gentilella, George Germanetti, William Henning, Jack Ozark, James Tyer) Pre-Hysterical Man (Kneitel, 1948): With a Caveman (Who is not Bluto) and a goofy-looking Buck-Toothed Dinosaur! (Animators: Tom Golden, Morey Reden, Marty Taras, Dave Tendlar)
Topics: Famous Studios, Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Olive Oyl, Bluto
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by Joshua Heinen
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We're On Our Way to Rio (Sparber, 1944): Another Famous Studios Popeye classic! (Animators: William Henning, Abner Kneitel, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) Rocket To Mars (Tytla, 1946): Another reason why Bill Tytla was the most underrated Popeye director! (Animators: John Gentilella, William Henning, Jack Ozark, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) Too Weak to Work (Sparber, 1943): The Popeye cartoon that introduces the Jim Tyer shrink take! (Animators: George Germanetti, Abner Kneitel, Ben Solomon, James Tyer)
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
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by Joshua Heinen
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Spinach Fer Britain (Sparber, 1943): Popeye Fights the Nazis! (Animators: Abner Kneitel, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) Wotta Knight! (Sparber, 1947): The most Fleischer-esque Famous Popeye cartoon, also Tyer's Swan Song! (Animators: Frank Endres, George Germanetti, John Gentilella, William Henning, Thomas Johnson, James Tyer) Popeye and the Pirates (Kneitel, 1947): Popeye in Drag! (Animators: Tom Golden, Marty Taras, Dave Tendlar)
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Bluto, Olive Oyl
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by Joshua Heinen
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Service With a Guile (Tytla, 1946): Bill Tytla's debut as a Popeye director! (Animators: William Henning, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) Rodeo Romeo (Sparber, 1946): With Drunk Popeye! (Animators: John Gentilella, Tom Golden, Jack Ozark, Marty Taras, Dave Tendlar) Snow Place Like Home (Kneitel, 1948): Pierre is back! But as a trader! (Animators: Tom Golden, Marty Taras, Dave Tendlar)
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
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by Joshua Heinen
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The Royal Four Flusher (Kneitel, 1947): An extremely underrated Popeye entry by Famous! (Animators: Frank Endres, John Gentilella, Thomas Johnson, Jack Ozark, Jim Tyer) Moving Aweigh (Gordon, 1944): Shorty's final appearance (and Good Riddance!), also it's the only good one with him (Animators: John Genitella, Ben Solomon, Jim Tyer) Seein' Red, White, 'N Blue (Gordon, 1943): One of the few times we see both Popeye and Bluto win at the end (Animators: George Germanetti, Tom Golden, Abner...
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
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by Joshua Heinen
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A Balmy Swami (Sparber, 1949): Popeye turns into a Jackass! (Animators: Frank Endres, John Gentilella, William Henning, Tom Johnson, Jack Ozark, George Ruffle) Barking Dogs Don't Fite (Kneitel, 1949): Superior to Protekt the Weakerist? Nope. But still watchable and nice animation (Animators: Frank Endres, John Gentilella, William Henning, Tom Johnson, Jack Ozark, George Ruffle) How Green is My Spinach (Kneitel, 1950): One of the better 50's Popeye cartoons. (Also, sorry about the poor quality,...
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
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by Joshua Heinen
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Gym Jam (Sparber, 1950): Another one of the better 1950s Popeyes. (Animators: Frank Endres, John Gentilella, William Henning, Tom Johnson, Jack Ozark) Peep in the Deep (Kneitel, 1946): Don't believe what you hear, Floyd Buckley voices Popeye on this one, NOT Jackson Beck. (Animators: William Henning, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) You're a Sap, Mr. Jap (Gordon, 1942): Famous Studios first start on the sailor, and what do I think of it? Ehh... (Animators: George Germanetti, Ben Solomon, James Tyer)
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Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
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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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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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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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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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"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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Topics: Felix the Cat, Animated Cartoon, Otto Mesmer, Pat Sullivan
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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
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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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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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"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...
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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
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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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" 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...
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This is an old Felix the Cat cartoon by Pat Sullivan
Topics: Pat Sullivan, Silent cartoons, Felix the cat, vintage cartoons
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by M.J. Winkler
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Silent movie with algorithmic composition in "Darwinian Piano Style" programed by Guido Kramann 2013. See also http://www.kramann.info/darwinian and http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-36955-1_4#page-1 The film was restaurated, transfered from 16mm to mpg and uploaded at first time to archive.org by Cor Draijer, www.filmcollectief.nl, Zandvoort, Holland. See also: "Original" upload
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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,...
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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
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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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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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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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Classic cartoon
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Mickey Mouse
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Fire-Fire 1932 Ub Iwerks Sound Cartoon
Topics: Fire-Fire, 1932, Ub Iwerks Sound Cartoon
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by Sean Ramsdell
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Gulliver's Travels starring Goofy and Popeye
Topic: fleischer bros
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by Max Fleischer
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"Mysterious Mose" sung by Ann Little, one of the several original voices of Betty Boop who dubbed herself the original voice of Betty Boop. (The original voice of Betty was Margie Hines a Long Island girl who lived in Brooklyn). Ann often played Betty on the radio and most of the time in person. Ann would make public appearances as the character from the 1930s-1940s. Lyrics: There's a man of mystery that's roaming through the land. Ooh-Ooh-Ooh-Ooh-Ooh! Far and near you hear of him,...
Topics: Betty Boop, Max Fleischer, Ann Little, Little Ann Little, 1930, Mysterious Mose, Fleischer Studios,...
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Tom Johnson's Right-Hand man.
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Betty Boop, Pudgy, Bluto, Olive Oyl, Fleischer Studios, Famous Studios
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by Izsó Gary, Matthew Hopkins & Seymour Kneitel
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Fright to the Finish is based upon to popeye The Sailor Cartoon in 1954. But now Gary and his friends joining him too. Original date was: August 27th, 1954. It is Halloween night and Adri is reading ghost stories to Garyand Bluto. Both of the men want to have alone time with Adri, with Gary wondering why Bluto hasn't gone home and Bluto wondering what to do to get rid of Gary. Bluto decides to stage various pranks (a headless man, an animated skeleton, and a sheet-over-balloon ghost) to scare...
Topics: disney, gary
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