Animation

Interesting animation by Max and Dave Fleischer in which the audience was to sing along with lyrics on the screen.

The Farmerette (1932). Features a cat by the name of Miss Kitty who also appeared in other various van beuren cartoons. Miss Kitty tries to motivate the lazy farm animals back into shape. Miss Kitty is also copying Max fleischer's Betty Boop. Miss Kittys voice is provided by Margie Hines who also voiced Betty Boop. Uploaded by BoopBoopaddoop. Directors: Harry Bailey, John Foster Stars: Margie Hines

Flip The Frog an animated cartoon produced in 1931 by Ub Iwerks

Little Lulu: Bored of Education is a classic cartoon featuring Little Lulu and her classmate Tubby as they experience a series of events out of a history book. Produced in 1946, now in the Public Domain.

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

Join our brotherhood of Colo(u)red Knights in a case of mistaken identity! Varien Knights shows you the plastic future of comedic cinema.

"No planet was safe!" There are two ways to appreciate these movies. The first is to have a full, open bottle of bourbon in hand while viewing them. The second is to appreciate the freaky, random confluence of events that brought them into being. The first thing to appreciate is that South Korea embargoed foreign movies, especially animation, for a lengthy period of time. This meant that not only was there a dearth of programming for SK TV, it also meant that native studios could rip off foreign intellectual property, and their viewers would have no idea that they were watching knockoffs.

Is a microscopic giant robot still a giant robot? And do our bodies really contain microscopic planets, suns, galaxies, and so on? According to this movie, the answer is YES. Another masterwork mash-up of various Korean animations by Hong Kong schlockmeister Joseph Lai, watching this movie will redefine "pain" in your mind. From an outside review:

So basically, it’s The Fantastic Voyage but with giant robots and Robin Hood’s Merry Men.

Yeah.

Private SNAFU WWII training film on booby traps. Because this was originally aimed at US soldiers. Expect there to be a visual pun related to the films title. The movie's format is high resolution MPEG4. The maximum size and pixel resolution for the video iPod.

Olive Oyl is the femme fatale with a valuable, green, glowing jewel in need of protection. Popeye plays private eye and saves the day. Animation by Tom Johnson and Frank Endres. Story by I. Klein. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1954.

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