A Native American scientist demands the return of Manhattan to his native people, or he will destroy the city with his electrically produced earthquakes.

This is the Ub Iwerks animated version of the famous fairy tale.

After a gorilla escapes from it's cage at the circus, Superman must save Lois, kids, animals and bunch of other people from the chaos that ensues.

This is a Max Fliescher color classic

Admirador de Walt Disney, Dante Quinterno se lanzó a la aventura de animar a Patoruzú a principios de los años 40. El argumento escogido era una adaptación de los hechos acaecidos en una tira cuando el gitano Juaniyo secuestró a Upa. Para rescatarlo, Patoruzú primero venció a un oso y luego derrota a golpes al gitano. "Upa en Apuros", un verdadero clásico de la animación argentina, sufrió una ajetreada producción debido a la alta calidad de su realización gráfica y la utilización del color, siendo el primer dibujo animado local en Technicolor.

This is the same film found elsewhere on the Archive. I have added a genewric music track for easier viewing.

This version is a derivative of the Internet Archive OGV video with the sound removed by Sookietex on 2011-04-02. The sound added at a later date was most likely not in the public domain. This media file is in the public domain because its copyright has expired. This applies to the United States, where Works published prior to 1978 were copyright protected for a maximum of 75 years.

Ub Iwerks Cartoon, 1934. The story from Washington Irving

A Max Fleischer cartoon circa 1936. It was one of the Fleischer color classics series.

Toby the Pup is an animated cartoon character created by animators Sid Marcus, Dick Huemer, and Art Davis. He starred in a series of early sound shorts produced by Charles B. Mintz for RKO Radio Pictures. The series lasted from 1930 to 1931. Twelve cartoons were produced. This Rare surviving French print is one of only 3 complete Toby the Pup cartoons known to exist.


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