Animation

Seaman Hook has big plans for after the war, mostly involving rushing home and marrying his sweetie. So do his fellow seaman, but theirs involve buying bonds. -From IMDB

Jack Frost arrives in the forest, painting the leaves on the trees, pumpkins and anything else and warning the animals to prepare for the winter. An inquisitive young grizzly bear decides that he wants to see what the world looks like when everyone else is hibernating. When Old Man Winter catches him unawares, however, he needs Jack Frost's help in getting back home to his warm bed.

An Amos and Andy. I assume that archive viewers are able to get past the obnoxious racial stereotypes and appreciate this for what it is. a not untypical cartoon of the period. Official films were sold all over the country in short 8mm or 16mm versions,

Sloucho Barx (aka Tim Arnold) did this show featuring public domain cartoons and shorts back in the eighties on East Lansing MI Public Access. They still show these every Friday Night on Public Access in Fort Wayne IN. A full show runs six hours. This upload runs about 39 minutes and features Roger Ramjet, a Doral commercial, Freddie the Freshman, Mickey Mouse in "The Mad Doctor", an Almond Joy commercial, Woody Woodpecker in "The Loose Nut" & Daffy Duck in "Stupor Duck".

This is a story about a little bird who claims to be able to predict the future. Don’t trust him. The Little Bird of Disaster was developed at The Kitchen’s 2003 summer workshop. The speaking characters are real-time “video puppets,” controlled with Mark Coniglio’s Isadora software. The piece was actually performed, like they say, in front of a live studio audience (you can hear them in the background).

(Public domain cartoon) Was amazed when I watched this 1941 Superman cartoon ("The Mechanical Monsters") and recognized that "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow" (2004) copied the opening robot attack almost shot for shot. Same angles, same flying robot design, and even the way they swing their arms while walking.

A Classic Warner Brothers Cartoon. A gentleman listens to a gas station attendant talk about his adventures panning for gold.

The first Chinese animated feature film. This a a heavily denoised, high bitrate (1800 kbps) version that some people may find easier to watch than other versions of the same film due to reduced video noise and improved luminance level. The audio track has not been enhanced. The resolution of this video is 688x416, which represents the actual image area after the black bars have been cropped from the original.

Gorgeous Fleischer Studios adaptation of the classic fairy tale, featuring Betty Boop's only appearance in full color. Surprise - she's a redhead!

Popeye the Sailor snores while he sleeps, which disturbs Mouse, who is also trying to sleep. A war breaks out between Popeye and Mouse which Mouse eventually wins. Animation by Al Eugster and George Germanetti. Story by Irving Spector. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1952.

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