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Description: Barney takes his air-raid warden post too seriously, saying first an owl (shining eyes) and then a firefly to place their lights out. The firefly isn't at all satisfied and keeps pestering Barney. Then Barney finds a large offender: a cabin that's all lit up. Looks familiar...
Description: A spider tries a number of tricks to catch a fly. A sugar cube on a string fails when the fly cuts the string. The fly does a trapeze act to taunt the spider, but the spider acts as the fly's catcher; the fly gives him a hotfoot. Buckshot dipped in candy coating fails when the spider's magnet also attracts a cupboard full of risky cutlery. The spider spots the fly disguised as the bride atop a wedding cake, and disguises himself as the groom. They chase through an electrical conduit, lighting a neon sign, until an air-raid warden shouts "Put out that light!" They return through the conduit, and the spider catches the fly. He's about to carve up the fly when the fly points to the calendar, declaring September 27 to be "meatless Tuesday."
Description: Mice, seeking shelter from a storm, enter Dr. Jekyll's house. His cat chases them, ultimately ruining into the lab, where he mixes up some of the potion. He transforms, then rounds up the mice. Mighty Mouse comes to the rescue; in the fight, the lab catches fire. The mice escape, but the house rockets into the sky.
Description: A "Rosie the Riveter" kind is in need of a baby-sitter for her terrible child. The only person accessible is a clueless Porky Pig. His only instructions are to test a ebook of kid psychology. After fruitless attempts to control the brat, his mother returns to present Porky how to test the ebook - as a paddle on his tiny behind.
Description: Cupid (Elmer Fudd) is on the prowl around the farm. With his ever-accurate arrows, he spreads love to sometimes unwilling recipients. But when he sets his sights on Daffy, the duck wants no part of it. When Elm...erm...Cupid fires the biggest arrow at his disposal at the hapless duck, Daffy falls for the nearest hen...who happens to be the main squeeze of the cock of the walk...
Description: This Swing Symphony cartoon from Walter Lantz details the sweet trombone testing (for Jackson)of Jack Teagarden and baritone Lee Sweetland as the speaking and singing voice of Jackson, the trombone-playing merchant-marine sailor who is shipwrecked in the icy wastes of the far north. His trombone testing knocks the native seals and penguins out of their sox, and his jive and jazz keeps everyone steppin', truckin' and warm, and he is crowned the Sliphorn Lord of Polaroo.
Description: The men see lovely nurse Olive pass by and follow her to her hospital. She throws them out, so they scheme to harm themselves enough to receive hospitalized, with no luck. Bluto gets a wall to fall on him, but stands in the window. Popeye tries to receive run over by a steam-roller, but a road cleaner saves him. Bluto dives off a skyscraper - into a large pile of mattresses. Popeye stands in a naval gunnery range, but the gunners miss the target. Bluto taunts a bull, but stands next to a billboard of an pretty cow, which distracts the bull. Popeye crashes a plane, but the ambulance team rescues the plane. The men compete to receive run over by a train, but punch every another off the tracks just as the train arrives. Finally, Popeye forces a can of spinach down Bluto's throat and gets a pounding. That lands him in the hospital but not Olive's; they failed to notice the sign: "Cat and Dog Hospital." They begin fighting like cats and dogs, and receive hauled off to the looney bin.
Description: Porky leads a wagon train into "Injun Joe Territory," and finally comes up vs the fearsome Superchief. But Sloppy Moe, a survivor of a previous Injun Joe attack, knows something about him he won't tell... until the very end.
Description: Daffy Duck hears a duckling crying, arousing Daffy, so he asks the duckling why he is so sad. The duckling is short-tempered and cried, until the hunter succeeded in stealing the satchel reads a note finding out why the duckling is so sad.
Description: A doting father gives a pretty tiny duckling to his tiny daughter. That duckling grows up to become Daffy Duck, who later develops quite a night life, which he loudly explains at breakfast, in the process of eating everything in sight. When the exasperated father's attempts at violently removing Daffy fail, he tries one final measure to drive Daffy away...
Description: A Gypsy caravan travels across the countrieside. One night, as the Gypsy princess performs a dance, a bat-cat spies on the camp, flies back to his cave, and informs his colony, or whatever you call a group of bats. Anyway, they fly out, invade the camp and capture the Gypsies. The princess calls Mighty Mouse, who defeats the bats and wins the princess's heart.
Description: The superist character of them all, Mighty Mouse, easy brushes aside molten lava and stems the tide of an island volcano, set off by the torrid dancing of Krakatoa Katy, the hottest dancer of them all. Then he carries all of the island natives to the security of higher ground, where Katy leads them all in a jive-chanting jitterbug dance in tribute to their hero.
Description: Mighty Mouse" cartoon. Cat and gang are ousted by Mighty Mouse. The mice in a large town are being ravaged by a vicious gang of cats led by notorious gang leader Kilkenny. The mice make assembled military troops (tanks and planes and infantry... it's Globe Fight II, after all) to take on the cats... but they fail, and Mighty Mouse gotta rescue them! What? You were expecting they should victory without him?
Description: Woody Woodpecker goes to the park for a minigame of golf, and quickly gets at odds with some city-workers who are laying a cement walk. His hooks and slices hold landing into the wet cement. But he smooths everything out by putting a couple of cement-trowels on his feet, and gliding over the surface as if it was ice.
Description: A newspaper announces that Ivan Awfulitch, the popular ambassador, is due to have a barbecue with local resident Wally Walrus. Unfortunately, while Wally is preparing the barbecue, the scent of the steaks he is cooking attracts an unwelcome guest in the form of Woody Woodpecker. He steals some of the meal through a knothole in the fence then uses a bow and arrow to receive the rest.
Description: Re-enactment of the popular May 31, 1889 Johnstown, Pennsylvania flood where the dam broke and flooded out an whole town! In this version, the city is occupied by mice and dogs. But Mighty Mouse comes to the rescue after drinking a bottle of "Atomic Energy." He reverses the flood waters and puts everything back where it was. And in this cartoon, he uses magic lightning bolts coming off his hands like Merlin the Magician!
Description: Nellie and her father, the Colonel, are comfortable in their "Old Kentucky Home" until Wolfie knocks on the door. The evil wolf holds a mortgage vs the Southern colonel's estate. Unless the cash due is paid by a certain date, he and Nellie will lose their home. The wolf tells that he will tear up the mortgage if Nellie agrees to marry him. Angered by such a hideous proposal, the colonel and Nellie throw the wolf out of their home. A young horse jockey tells that he will victory the Kentucky Derby and turn the prize cash over to the colonel to pay off their mortgage. The wolf overhears this, and when the young jockey is on the road, the fiend clobbers the jockey and steals his horse. Mighty Mouse comes onto the stage and clobbers the wolf, and then supports the jockey victory the Kentucky Derby. The colonel's estate is saved, and the jockey wins the hand of the colonel's daughter.
Description: Andy and his dog, Milo, share their house with an obnoxious rodent who enjoys tormenting the two above anything else. Finally, the two decide the only method they can rid themselves of the pest is for the two to just plain transport out. They package their bags and transport to a fresh house leaving the mouse behind. With no one to torment, the mouse decides life isn't worth living anymore and attempts to end it all until he finally discovers their fresh address, moves in with them, and resumes tormenting the two.
Description: This entry in the "Noveltoons" series (production number P5-3)is an animated "follow-the-bouncing-ball" audience participation sing-along with Farmer MacDonald having his hands full with the barnyard population. It ends with the animals in a Conga line singing their animated hearts out.
Description: Andy Panda goes shopping for a flower to decorate his lawn but the terrible flower is attacked by a very nasty weed that threatens to choke the life out of it. Andy does his greatest to receive rid of the menacing and stubborn weed.
Description: Babbit hypnotizies Catsello, despite his efforts to resist, into believing he's Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, and Jimmy Durante, then a chicken, and finally a dog, who he sics on the cat. The cat hypnotizes him back. Finally, Catstello hypnotizes both of them into cowboy and horse, leaving him alone to play the deli they live in.
Description: In this Walter Lantz Color Cartune---the correct house-name brand for the Woody's, and not Swing Symphony as some Keyworder seems to think---Woody, per usual, is sleeping and idling while the ants and grasshoppers are gathering meal for the winter, and Woody even has a nightmare about it. He awakens, under a blanket of snow, to search that both Winter and a hungry wolf are knocking at his door. The wolf has intentions of eating Woody...but Woody also has the same thoughts regarding the wolf.
Description: Lulu goes to a department shop to exchange her doll for something else. While looking for a fresh item Lulu manages to terrorize the section manager, ski down the escalators, and cause a noahic flood in the store.
Description: Woody and Wally share an apartment building. Woody's favourite pastime is testing golf... it's just a shame he plays inside the house instead of outside. Finally, Wally breaks his club and says him not to create any more noise. Woody decides to forget his troubles by taking a bath. His bathtub is coin-operated and when he inserts a dime for the water, it falls down the drain.
Description: Driving down a U.S. highway, Woody passes a billboard which reminds him that he could renew his drivers' license. He heads to the department of motor cars and asks Officer Wally Walrus, who takes an instant dislike to Woody, to give him the test. He puts Woody through the eye test, the reflex test, and the fingerprint test...with Woody constantly making short work of the walrus' patience.
Description: Take-off on the "Duffy's Tavern" radio program, with tough-guy Eddie G. Robincat demanding a food of mouse knuckles, "of which we ain't got none," waiter Filligan informs his absentee boss on the phone. To fill the plate, Filligan then tries to catch the blabbermouth mouse, Sniffles.
Description: In this Puppetoon animated short movie (an Academy Award Greatest Short Subject, Cartoons nominee), legendary American folklore figure John Henry (voice of Rex Ingram) goes to work for the C&O Railroad, which shortly thereafter buys an automatic steel-driving engine, The Inky-Poo. John Henry matches his strength vs the engine, telling that any boy can beat a machine because a boy has a mind. Can he prevail? In 2015 this film, deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant", was chosen for preservation in the United States National Movie Registry.
Description: Popeye and Olive are touring a museum when they accidentally open a rocketship to Mars. Olive escapes, but Popeye gets to Mars, where he is attacked (by a group led by Bluto) that was preparing to invade Earth. Fortunately, Popeye has a can of spinach handy, so he can save the World (turning most of the Martian fight apparatus into amusement park rides).
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This animated short by Ted Petok is a sequel to his Oscar-winning one The Crunch Bird. In this one, a frog encounters many animals in the jungle, tells what he likes to eat, then the another animal (which contains an elephant, giraffe, and a gorilla before the game one) tells what he likes to eat before the frog tells great before leaving. When he encounters CB, what he tells makes the frog tell something else. I'll stop there and just tell this wasn't as funny as the previous one but it's still cute amusing. I watched this on YouTube with that predecessor and other animated short helmed by Petok and Joe Petrovich named The Golfer which was much funnier than this one. Unfortunately, that one has yet to be listed on this site...
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