Duck Dodgers
8 years ago
Gotta do a screening of carnival-theme related classic cartoons.
Any suggestion?
I'm pretty sure about a Columbia cartoon of the 30s, can't catch the name so far....
Toadette
8 years ago
I hope these two suggestions are helpful!
"Carnival Capers" (1932, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit)
"The Cookie Carnival" (1935, Silly Symphony) (not sure if this counts, given the plot)

Oh, and the last part of "Porky's Garden" (1937) takes place at a carnival.
ToonStar95
8 years ago
"The Karnival Kid" (1929, Mickey Mouse)
"King of the Mardi Gras" (1935, Popeye the Sailor)
"Straight Shooters" (1947, Donald Duck)
"Quick on the Vigor" (1950, Popeye the Sailor)
dbear
8 years ago

Gotta do a screening of carnival-theme related classic cartoons.
Any suggestion?
I'm pretty sure about a Columbia cartoon of the 30s, can't catch the name so far....

Originally Posted by: Duck Dodgers 



You thinking of "The Horse On The Merry Go Round" (1938), which was farmed out to the Iwerks studio?
Duck Dodgers
8 years ago

Gotta do a screening of carnival-theme related classic cartoons.
Any suggestion?
I'm pretty sure about a Columbia cartoon of the 30s, can't catch the name so far....

Originally Posted by: dbear 



You thinking of "The Horse On The Merry Go Round" (1938), which was farmed out to the Iwerks studio?

Originally Posted by: Duck Dodgers 



I remember another one but maybe I am wrong..

Zachary
8 years ago
Fare Play (Scrappy, 1932) and, to a lesser extent, Weenie Roast (Krazy Kat, 1931) come to mind as early Mintz/Columbia cartoons that involve carnivals. Popeye the Sailor (Betty Boop, 1933) would also fit the bill.
ParamountCartoons
8 years ago
"Short'nin' Bread" (1950, Famous).....


All the treats go to a carnival, which leads to a sing-along of "Shortnin' Bread"


The Popeye Pilot-

Another carnival-themed Paramount cartoon


Not sure if it's carnival but......
King of the Mardi Gras (the first Popeye to have Jack Mercer voice the titular charatcer)
Ken Layton
8 years ago
Tops in the Big Top (Popeye).

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