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How to Swim (Disney, 1942)

 

Jolly Good Felons (Van Beuren, 1934)

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Self Control
From rwd: The voice of Uncle Smiley was provided by CLIFF ARQUETTE (sometimes known as Charlie Weaver). Source of information: studio production card, witnessed personally in Disney studio archives in Decembe ...

Support Your Local Serpent
From TibbyH: I'm gonna be blunt, this is my least favorite era of DePatie-Freleng theatricals. Every cartoon series produced after Tijuana Toads felt tired and soulless. It was as if the writers couldn't think of ...

See Ya Later Gladiator
From PopKorn Kat: So...what are my thoughts on what is commonly considered the worst Warner Bros. cartoon of all time? It's pretty bad. I'm not a fan of the "Daffy & Speedy" cartoons at all. They occasionally have h ...

Shipped Out
From PopKorn Kat: I enjoyed this episode and found it funny. There was less of the gross-out stuff that I felt was dragging down the shorts. However, I didn't really think Mickey feeling that the cruise is "killing the ...

Bokays and Brickbatz
From PopKorn Kat: One thing's for certain, in the comic strip, Krazy Kat antagonizing a mouse (especially Ignatz) would be completely out of character.

Soda Poppa
From PopKorn Kat: Like all of Columbia's Krazy Kat cartoons, Soda Poppa has solid animation and music. The first gag has Krazy cracking open an egg only for the old bird inside to close it back up. We get to hear "The ...

A Swiss Miss
From PopKorn Kat: One thing these "Mighty Mouse" cartoons have going for them is loose, rubbery animation (certainly by Jim Tyer). This entry is saved by loose, rubbery animation and a St. Bernard who is more concerned ...

A Yard Too Far
From Toadette: I'm surprised no one's pointed out that Stimpy's bounce-skip when Ren tells him to check for a guard dog (which turns out to be the baboon) is lifted from SVEN HOEK, when Stimpy goes to his "appointme ...

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The Shoe Must Go On

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Canned Feud

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