"Uncle Max" (Max Fleischer) draws Betty and Pudgy out of the inkwell. Pudgy is tired and unwilling to perform on Betty's command. Betty uses pen and ink to draw a machine that give Pudgy more pep. Unfortunately, the machine soon runs amok, speeding up not only Pudgy and Betty, but the entire city as well. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/More_Pep)

A Fleischer cartoon in the Color Classics series. Plot taken from IMDb: Honeymooning couples of various animal species take a rocket ship excursion to the moon. Spectacular lunar scenery.

From The Public Domain Movie Database: Betty travels to an invention show just full of crazy inventions. Betty and her friends demonstrate various doodads and gadgets.

The Betty Boop Cinderella cartoon is already up on this site (http://www.archive.org/details/bb_poor_cinderella). This new copy isn't perfect, but it might be more true to the Fleischer style and the Cinecolor of the 1930s.

Popeye the sailor Ancient Fistory public domain, better quality/richer color than this one: http://www.archive.org/details/popeye_the_sailor_ancient_fantasy cartoon came on a dvd of the Sonny Chiba film "The Street Fighter" and "Return of the Street Fighter" double feature issued by PC Treasures, Inc.

You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page .

The Life...The Loves...The Crimes of Jack the Ripper!. Audio: English, Subtitles: Spanish

Roy Rogers is a Confederate officer in Missouri. Derived from the mpeg2 file found here.

The first film adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic novel about a land where prehistoric creatures still roam.

Episode one of the series "The Dow Hour Of Great Mysteries" (31 Mar 1960) Kinescope recording of an elaborately staged television version of the often filmed 1922 Avery Hopwood and Mary Roberts Rinehart play "The Bat". Hosted by Joseph N Welch. Starring: Helen Hayes, Jason Robards Jr, Margaret Hamilton. A sinister criminal known as "The Bat" tries to find stolen securities hidden in the rambling mansion owned by the deceased owner of a bank and rented by spinster Cordelia Van Gorder. One of the archetypal "Old House" mysteries.


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