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AESOP'S FABLES (1960's) Children's animation featuring "The Boy Who Cried Wolf"/ "The Wind and the Sun" /"The Crow and  the Pitcher"
16mm / Sound / Color /  approximately 600' color pinkish......F-G shape few splices...........$15.

AH, SWEET MOUSE-STORY (1965)
directed by Chuck Jones
This Tom and Jerry cartoon takes place mostly on top of a sky-scraper where Jerry avoids Tom in various ways such as using the rain spout and gutters to avoid capture. Colors are excellent, full range quite vivid. Only slightly brownish in the black areas.
16mm / Sound / Color /  complete theatrical length cartoon from M. G. M........(W. S.)............$15.
 

 

ALADDIN'S LAMP 
This is the Ub Iwerks version of the classic fairy tale. In this version the story opens with a merchant peddling “new lamps for old”. He trades a “new”lamp for a bunch of old ones and takes them back to his place of business where he dumps them in the cellar where Aladdin feverishly has to polish these dingy old lamps up into “new” ones for the greedy old peddler to sell. Aladdin rubs the lamp and a genie appears granting him wishes which turn out to be an engagement to the sultan’s daughter. The greedy olf merchant attempts to steal the lamp back from Aladdin but the Sultan accidentally swallows it. After a slapstick chase through the palace, the lamp is removed from the Sultan’s belly and Aladdin gets the princess.
Aladdin rubs his magic lamp and the genie appears. The lad makes a wish to wed a beautiful Princess and a mirthful adventure follows.
Iwerks was also known as Ub Iwerks, A.S.C.  The person, Ubbe Ert Iwwerks was a two-time Academy Award winning American animator, cartoonist and special effects technician, who was famous for his work for Walt Disney. He formed his own cartoon studio in the 1930's before eventually returning to Disney studios.

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition from Atlas Films / original box .....................$6.
16mm Sound / CineColor / gorgeous hues, in like new shape!............................................$90
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ALICE IN WONDERLAND - Alice & the White Rabbit - In this adaptation of the Walt Disney animated version of the famous Carroll classic, a rushing white rabbit with a watch gets the better of Alice's curiosity. She follows him to his home, but bites off more than she can chew when she eats some of his size-controlling candy!
Super 8mm Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition / original box / L.N. shape.....................................$12.

ALICE IN WONDERLAND - The Mad Tea Party - Join Alice, the Mad Hatter, and the March Hare as they celebrate their "unbirthdays" at the Mad Tea Party, from Walt Disney's adaptation of Lewis Carroll's immortal comedy classic.
Super 8mm Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition / original box / L.N. shape .........................................$12.

 

Lou Bunin's ALICE IN WONDERLAND
Lou Bunin was a pioneer of animation puppetry. His work was featured at the New York World's Fair in 1939. In 1951, he produced a version of "Alice In Wonderland" starring Carolyn Marsh as Alice in a combined live action and puppet-toon style stop motion animation version. Alice meets The Mad Hatter, the Chelshire Cat and the King and Queen of Hearts. Not to be confused with the other Castle Films release of the 1932 Paramount all-star version.
16mm
/b&w/ silent / 400 foot-reel edition............Ex shape,...............$20.

 

ALICE'S EGG PLANT -
A Walt Disney cartoon from the silent era. This "Alice in Cartoonland" series was inspired by the Fleischer Studio "Out of the Inkwell" series in which Koko the Clown character would pop off the drawing board and get into mischief in a live action real world. Walt Disney decided to reverse the gimmick and have a real little girl  in an animated world. The live actress would be filmed in a white background, then Disney would build an animated world around her with animal characters. Un Iwerks had joined Disney by the time this cartoon was made and his personal drawing skill is evident along with Disney's own rustic humor.

Regular 8mm / b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition from Niles Films / original box .....................$10.

ALICE ON THE FARM  -
A Walt Disney cartoon from the silent era. This "Alice in Cartoonland" series was inspired by the Fleischer Studio "Out of the Inkwell" series in which Koko the Clown character would pop off the drawing board and get into mischief in a live action real world. Walt Disney decided to reverse the gimmick and have a real little girl  in an animated world. The live actress would be filmed in a white background, then Disney would build an animated world around her with animal characters. Un Iwerks had joined Disney by the time this cartoon was made and his personal drawing skill is evident along with Disney's own rustic humor. Picture for illustration purposes only and is not a frame capture from the film.

Super 8mm Sound/ b & w / synchronized sound effects and music / complete theatrical cartoon /  200-foot-reel edition from Blackhawk Films with historical introduction / used condition with normal projection wear but splice free (except for maybe the leader)..............$15.


ALICE'S BALOON RACE

Novelty Film Company Toy Film home movie release
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 100-foot-reel edition  / original box.............$8.

 

ALONG CAME A DUCK
From Official Films comes this combination live action and animation children's cartoon about a boy, some ducks and animated frogs.

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition from Official Films / no box.............$5.

THE AMAZING BONE ( Weston Woods Studios, 1985)
Based on the story by William Steig, Pearl couldn't be a nicer pig. All the characters in this cartoon are animals in human clothes doing human activities such as farming, baking, etc. Pearl is touchedby the wonders of spring and dawdles in the dandelions and exudes an infectious love for life. She happens upon a talking bone that used to belong to a witch, but much prefers "someone young and lively" like Pearl. On the way home, bone manages to scare off a band of muggers in the forest but does not fare well with a debonair fox who carries them home for his dinner. Narrator John Lithgow gives life to this adventure into the world of magic and fantasy.
16mm Sound  / Color LLP / complete theatrical length cartoon / approx 11 minutes......Vg -Ex shape.................$20.
 

ANDY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP
A Walter Lantz - Andy Panda cartoon from Castle Films
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Castle Films / original box.............$8.

ANIMATION REEL
Seven Castle Films cartoons edited together on one reel. Hickory, Dickory and Doc are featured in "Mouse Trapped". Oswald the Rabbit in "Brat Cat!". Next is "Crazy Mixed Up Pup" Oswald in "Alaska Sweepstakes". Willie Mouse in "Crime Buster". Chilly  Willy in "Room and Wrath". "The Big Bad Wolf" concludes this reel.
Regular 8mm  / b & w / silent / all "headliner" editions / approx 300' /......used but good shape.....................$10.

THE ASTRO-NUT

starring Deputy Dawg
This is a Terrytoons home movie release by Ken Films
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 100-foot-reel edition  / original box.............$8.


BABY FACE BATTLER

starring Willie Mouse
He doesn't look like anything rough and tough not pugilistic! He's positively angelic. But when he has to fight he can lick his weight in rats--- and does--with gags and side-splitting fun.
16mm / b & w / complete theatrical length cartoon / approx 400-feet / ...................$10.

BALOONLAND (a.k.a. PINCUSHION MAN) 
A Ub Iwerks Cartoon
The film is set in Balloonland where we get a classic bit of fantasy- world made entirely of balloons and menaced by the Pin Cushion Man. After he weasels his way inside the gates of the balloon city, he starts flinging pins left and right.
Iwerks was also known as Ub Iwerks, A.S.C.  The person, Ubbe Ert Iwwerks was a two-time Academy Award winning American animator, cartoonist and special effects technician, who was famous for his work for Walt Disney. He formed his own cartoon studio in the 1930's before eventually returning to Disney studios.

Super
8mm  sound /Color / 1-reel (approximately 200').film is in excellent shape but no original box / .color still holding up well also..................$20.
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BAMBI FALLS IN LOVE(from Bambi) Bambi, the prince of the forest, meets his true love. He is challenged by a rival and an exciting duel follows. This excerpt from Walt Disney's feature is considered the most brilliant portion of this animated classic.
Super 8mm  sound /Color / 1-reel Walt Disney (approximately 160')........$15.

BAMBI FALLS IN LOVE  (from Bambi) Bambi, the prince of the forest, meets his true love. He is challenged by a rival and an exciting duel follows. This excerpt from Walt Disney's feature is considered the most brilliant portion of this animated classic. Note; this is a rare standard 8mm Color-sound version. Disney almost immediately abandoned the regular 8mm format in favor of super 8.

Regular 8mm  sound /Color / 1-reel Walt Disney (approximately 150').film is in excellent shape but no original box............$20.

THE BAND CONCERT  A Walt Disney Cartoon
Mickey Mouse is the band leader who tries  to get all the players to perform the William Tell Overture. It starts off fine until hot dog vendor Donald Duck interrupts. Then he pulls a flute out of his sleeve and starts playing "Turkey in the Straw". The musical battle escalates until a real tornado intercedes and starts blowing everything into the air.

Super
8mm  sound /Color / 1-reel Walt Disney (approximately 200').film is in excellent shape but no original box / .color still holding up well also..................$20.
16mm / Sound / Color  / 1st half replacement footage has good color, 2nd half fading, splicy in spots, ends abrupt with no end title priced accordingly.......$20.

BARNYARD QUINTS
starring Oswald the Rabbit in a Walter Lantz cartoon from Universal Studios. This is a yellow-orange tinted stock "headliner" toy film digest. It has Universal titles but no Castle Films designation so it may be an old pre-Castle era home movie release.
16mm / silent / B & W on tinted stock Eastman stock / approx 100-feet / Vg-Ex shape...........................$10.


BARNEY GOOGLE COLLECTION
  (1930's era)

Barney Google was a popular newspaper comic strip character made into a series of animated cartoons. The Excell Movie Products Company of Chicago licensed the cartoon series for the toy home movie market and released edited versions for home movie buffs. Offered here are three of these home movie releases. They each run about 3-4 minutes in a 100' spool. Two have original boxes in near mint condition. Titles are "Spark PLug", "Spark Plug's Finish" and "All Washed Up".
16mm  / b & w / silent / Excell Toy Films......................................approx 300-feet total on 100' reels each................$35.


BEDKNOB & BROOMSTICKS - MATCH OF THE CENTURY
Come to the island of Naboombu and see the wildest soccer match ever played by animals! A fast-paced sequence of animation and live action from Disney Studios.
Super 8mm Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition / original box / G shape.....................................$15.

BETTY BOOP IN BLUNDERLAND
starring Betty Boop
Here is a great, racy Betty Boop cartoon titled “BETTY IN BLUNDERLAND”, produced by Max Fleischer in 1933 for Paramount.  In this pre-code outing, Betty dreams of jig-saw puzzle pieces coming to life and goes through the looking glass in this wild version of "Alice in Wonderland". All the "Alice" characters are there in this tune fest, full of Paramount tunes on the soundtrack, including Betty singing her own version of "I Love You" from "Horsefeathers". All is fine until a crazy monster kidnaps Betty, leading to a great chase finale. Most likely a Webster print with sharp picture and great soundtrack. A tiny bit of pre-print wear virtually unnoticeable. No V.S. of course.

16mm/ Sound /b & w / complete theatrical cartoon /   probably a Webster print /     Ex shape.............................$45.

 

BETTY BOOP IN MOTHER GOOSE LAND 
starring Betty Boop
A veritable all-star collection of fairy tale characters are present in this fantasy as Betty Boop is reading a book of fairy tales when a witch takes her on a journey to Mother Goose land where musical numbers and amusing gags occur with The Pied Piper and the rats (one of the rats turns the tables on the Piper!), Little Miss Muffit, Humpty Dumpty, and many more characters.
16mm/ Sound /b & w / complete theatrical cartoon /   probably a Webster print /     Ex shape.............................$55.

 

 

BETTY BOOP Toy Films

(complete cartoons listed alphabetically)

LAND OF BOOP a DOOP
staring Betty Boop

16mm /b & w /silent double perf / approx 100-feet / Vg shape, titles in tact' original box.....$10.

BAD BAD BABY
staring Betty Boop

16mm /b & w /silent double perf / approx 100-feet / Vg shape, titles in tact' original box......$10.

STOPPING THE SHOW
Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 50-foot-reel silent edition from Atlas-Metro Films / original box .........$5.

THE BIG FIGHT
starring Farmer Alfalfa and Kiko
When the sheriff threatens Farmer Alfalfa for a one hundred dollar debt, Kiko the Kangaroo must enter a boxing match against One Round Hogan to win.
16mm / b & w /silent / complete theatrical length cartoon / approx 400-feet / used shape, few splices otherwise ok.......................$10.


BIG BAD WOLF
The Big bad wolf kidnaps a lamb. Little Boy Blue and Bo Peep come with a horn and sheep to the rescue.

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition from Atlas Films / original box .....................$6.

BILLY GOAT'S WHISKERS
starring Farmer Alfalfa
A goat annoys Farmer Alfalfa. He's always butting in so he decides to fix his goat by putting roller skates on it. Now the goat goes out of control!
16mm / b & w / silent  original print from Castle Films / approx 300' / Ex-LN shape.........$10.


BIRTHDAY PARTY

starring Oswald the Rabbit
Oswald decides to throw a party for a group of young ducks at his home. The ducks start out ok but start getting carried away with their gifts and causing troubles for Oswald and his dog, Elmer. They practically ruin the house with bows and arrows, air guns, toy cars and other items!
16mm / b & w / silent  original print from Castle Films / approx 300' / Ex-LN shape.........$10.

BONGO PUNCH
A Fairy Fable cartoon

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition from Castle Films / original box .....................$8.

BOOP BOOP A DOOP  ( 1932)
starring Betty Boop
The setting is a circus where a variety of acts and funny gags occur. Betty is a lion tamer and sings. Her boss whispers how she can keep her job and he starts to abuse her. She sings "Don't Take My Boop Boop A Doop Away" (code phrase for virginity). Koko the Clown sees betty getting raped in the tent and takes on the villainous brute. After Koko prevails he asks her if he got anything and she sings that he didn't get her Boop Boop A Doop! 
16mm/ Sound /b & w / complete theatrical cartoon / probably a Webster print / Ex shape has generic end title added / Ex shape........$45.

 

BRAVE TIN SOLDIER
Another Christmas Toy Shop- type cartoon with cameos by Hollywood celebrities in caricature such as Eddie Cantor, Laurel and Hardy, Groucho and Harpo Marx as various toys.
Super 8mm Sound / Color -stunning colors, probably Kodak stock / 200-foot-reel edition / original box / used shape-some lines but splice free.......$15.

BOZO THE CLOWN
"Monster Madness"
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 50-foot toy film / mint original box..........$5.

 

BRER RABBIT & THE TAR BABY
This cartoon was banned by the P.C. Nazis in America and comes from Great Britain. Brer Fox and Brer Bear scheme to catch Brer Rabbit. Sure enough, Brer Rabbit falls for the trap and gets all stuck up in the Tar Baby. But it doesn't take long for the crafty rabbit to work his way out of the sticky mess and trick them into tossing him into the briar patch where he will be safe from harm!
Super 8mm Sound / Color  / 200-foot-reel edition from Disney Films/ original box / used shape-some lines but splice free, no main title.......$8.

 

 


BROOMSTICK  BUNNY (Warner Bros. 1956)
starring Bugs Bunny
directed by Chuck Jones
One of the classics as Bugs is out o Halloween trick or treating dressed as a witch. He comes to the creepy old mansion of Witch Hazel who is mixing up a potient. Bugs is mistaken for a real witch by Hazel who prides herself on being the ugliest witch of all. With Bugs as a potential rival, she mixes a cup of tea with "pretty pills" in them. Bugs takes his witches' mask off to drink and she now realizes he's a rabbit which she can use in one of her potients. Now Bugs is on the run for his life but Witch Hazel winds up drinking the "pretty pills" potient and is on the run from a horny genie!
16mm / Sound / Color (Kodak SP)  /  complete theatrical-length cartoon / Ex shape throughout.......................................$95.


 

 

BUTLER UP (1961)
starring Popeye the Sailor
Olive Oyl is entertaining her old college chum, Brutus and wants to impress him by having a butler to wait on the dinner. She commandeers Popeye to dress up in a butler outfit and play the part. Brutus is only interested in making passes at Olive and Popeye keeps sabotaging his efforts until Brutus uses his old football skills to drop kick Popeye through the window whereupon the angry sailor gulps his spinach, zooms back into the house and does his usual ass-kicking routine on his rival.
16mm / Sound /  Color - Eastman stock / approx 300-feet / Vg-Ex shape / ..............$15.





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CALLING ON NEIGHBORS
An Excel 16mm Home movies release of the Scrappy cartoon series.
16mm / b & w / silent / approx 100' / double perf stock / mint original box...........$10.

CAT ABOVE MOUSE BELOW  (1952) An M. G. M. cartoon
starring Tom & Jerry
Directed by Chuck Jones
16mm / Sound Color /  complete theatrical length cartoon somewhat faded........(J.D..)............$15

CAT TAILS FOR TWO  ( Warner Bros. 1953)
Probably the very first Speedy Gonzalez cartoon (he's drawn differently than the more familiar version soon to follow). Two cats George and Benny (patterned after the characters in "Of Mice and Men" George and Lennie) are on board a ship attempting to catch a mouse to eat. In Laurel and Hardy-like tradition, they sabotage themselves better than Speedy could hope to do!
16mm Sound  / Color / complete theatrical length cartoon from Warner Bros Vg shape, few non-intrusive splices barely noticeable.................$65.

CHICKEN SOUP WITH RICE
(1976)
Excellent animated cartoon telling of the classic poem with pictures and verse illustrating the delight of eating chicken soup with rice in every month of the year.
Musical score by Carole King.
16mm Sound  / Color /  (approx 200-feet) Ex shape great color / .....................(W. S.)........................$12.

CHRISTMAS CRACKER
(1964)
This animated Christmas short contains three items; "Jingle Bells" in which paper cut-outs dance; a dime store rodeo of tin toys; and a new Christmas story.
Animation is done by Norman McLaren, Grant Munro, Gerald Potter and Jeff Hale.
16mm Sound  / Color / 1-reeler (approx 400-feet) from the National Film Board of Canada/ L.N. shape great color / ....(W. S.)...........$45.


CINDERELLA'S FAIRY GODMOTHER -
In bringing to the screen the age old story of the maid who wins the heart of a handsome prince, Disney has combined all
the elements of entertainment - romance, drama, suspense and humor!
Super 8mm Sound / Color
-still excellent! /  200-foot-reel toy film edition / Vg-Ex shape but no main title...................................$8.

CLEANED OUT

starring Kiko the Kangaroo
It's Monday house cleaning day and Kiko has trouble with Ozzie the Ostrich who makes nothing but trouble from tracking up the floor, to getting into the cookie jar, the flour and the pillow feathers. The nasty little bastard catches Kiko's head in the piano and pounds the keys and virtually knocks  Kiko out.. Later, the vacuum cleaner goes wild sucking up everything in site and creating a bigger mess for Kiko.
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ./ use shape, splicy in spots but no major lines...........$8.

COLD BLOODED PENGUIN (A Walt Disney Cartoon)
Donald Duck hosts this cartoon about a penguin who doesn't like the cold of the arctic regions so he sets sail for warmer climates. He encounters many amusing adventures along the way to his tropical destination. Narrated by Sterling Holloway.
16mm Sound / Color (Eastman stock) / approx 400' some splices.......(WS)................$25.

THE COLD PENGUIN-  
(A Walter Lantz cartune)
featuring Chilly Willy
Chilly Willy sneaks aboard a ship stuck in polar ice. When the watchdog finds him on the stove, the bilge cork really pops!
Regular 8mm /b & w . silent   150-foot-reel toy film edition / comes with original box............$10.

Super 8mm
/b & w . silent   150-foot-reel toy film edition / comes with great box art repro......$5.

 

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CORNY CONCERTO - featuring Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd
This Warner Brothers cartoon parodies Disney's Fantasia with Bugs, Elmer, and Porky gaging up Tales from the Vienna Woods and The Blue Danube.
Print is sharp and in like new shape. Color is not so much faded as some yellows and greens show up but it appears to have been made from an Eastman print and does have that general appearance.

Super 8mm Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition / L.N. shape ...........................$10.

 

COUNTRY COUSIN
A Walt Disney Cartoon
A city mouse invites his country cousin to come to the big city to enjoy the good life. The top-hatted city mouse and his rube cousin invade a banquet table full of fine food. They must not wake up the cat who is sleeping nearby but when the country cousin gets drunk on some champagne, he not only makes a wreck of the banquet table but takes on the cat only to find out that he's in trouble and runs away from the city back home..

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition from Hollywood Enterprises / original box .....................$8.

.CUCKOO MURDER CASE
A Ub Iwerks Cartoon
starring Flip the Frog
This early 1030's talkie cartoon came at a time when these were more a series of novelty sight gags strung together with a loose theme rather than a a short plot with a beginning a middle and an end. In this entry, a Cuckoo clock bird is mysteriously shot and "killed". The Clock face, dials for Flip the detective who makes his way to the murder mansion where he first encounters his own troublesome shadow then must deal with a  murderer, cloaked in a death garb with Flip's name on his list of victims. Flip must make a hasty retreat to avoid the same fate as the cuckoo bird!
16mm Sound / b & w / complete theatrical length cartoon / approx 400-feet / Blackhawk original print./ L.N. shape (J.D)......................$55.
16mm / b & w / silent / complete theatrical length cartoon / approx 400-feet / Celebrity Films/ original print./ L.N. shape......................$15.

 

CRAZY HOUSE
A Walter Lantz - Andy Panda cartoon from Castle Films
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Castle Films / original box.............$8.

 

CRIME BUSTER
A Walter Lantz cartoon
Starring Willie Mouse
The "Wharf-=rat gang" is out to get Willie Mouse as he is coming from the market. They invite the unsuspecting Willie into their den then they rough him up. Willie sneaks some popcorn into the fie to disrupt the gang to enable his escape.
Regular 8mm / b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition from Castle Films / original box .....................$8.




 


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THE DANCE CONTEST  ( 1934)
starring Popeye the Sailor
In this early Popeye entry, he and Olive arrive at a ballroom dancing contest prepared to win except that Popeye is quite clumsy! Wimpy is the dance judge who pulls the lever on couples that just drop down through trap doors on the dance floor almost randomly as he gobbles hamburgers. One couple get the axe because they have no mustard on them for Wimpy's hamburger! And you thought Simon was tough! Bluto, as a greasy dance lothario, intercedes and plays rough with Olive. Popeye can't stand it "no more" and takes over doing a slam dance on Bluto to finish him off and win the prize.
16mm/ Sound /b & w / complete theatrical cartoon / a. a. p. original TV print / Vg shape....................................$65..

DANGER ON ICE
starring Kiko the Kangaroo
Kiko organizes a hockey team consisting of honey bears and even a sandwich-man's "hot dogs". They take to the ice The elephants have trunks full of tricks (that's Castle Film's pun, not mine!) and all the animals fill the ice with fancy didos.
16mm / b & w / complete theatrical length cartoon / approx 400-feet / .....................$10.

DESTINATION MAGOO
 The title parodies “Destination Moon” and features Magoo visiting his old college room mate who is a scientist, nicknamed “Stinky” who has invented a rocket ship. Of course, Magoo wanders into it and sets it into flight totally unaware until it lands in Coney Island “Luna Park”. Magoo thinks that the odd displays, trick mirrors and huge balloon creatures are all moon creatures and attempts to get back to the ship. He wanders into the control building for Coney Island , starts pulling levers, and sets everything into motion! Picture is a stock photo and not a scene from the print which is a sharp clean Eastman print that has, of course, turned a bit from it's original hues.
Regular 8mm Sound/ Color / Columbia-U.P.A. original titles  / Ex-LN shape / mint original box......
$15

THE DIARY (of Adam & Eve)
A Will Vinton Claymation film
Claymation animator Will Vinton offers this brilliantly animated claymation short adapted from Mark Twain's "Diary of Adam and Eve". Following their inner-most thoughts as Adam and Eve cautiously follow each other around Garden of Eden. Adam is content to relax and go over the water falls in a barrel for a thrill but wherever he goes, Eve keeps following him, and yakking in his face to the point where he builds a brick wall around himself for peace and quite (this is before they had golf course to escape to!). The facial reactions are incredibly real and life-like. A long way from Gumby!
Print is on Kodak SP stock so the colors are still rich and vivid. Print condition is good with some light wear (line or two here and there) but quite acceptable. It's just not mint.
16mm Sound / Color - Kodak SO stock / complete / 1,200-feet / G-Vg shape................(W. S.).........$35.

DIG THAT DOG
A Walter Lantz Fairy Fable cartoon
On a quiet street in a quiet town lived Mr. Percy Pettipoint, who was going to buy his first dog. The lucky pooch was going to have all the luxuries. He buys a small puppy who turns out to be a great Dane! He teaches the pup to bury a bone and the little guy starts burying everything in sight! The dog, named "Cuddles", grew and grew and grew! Now the dog is burying the furniture! The gags take off in an exaggerated tempo to become "Avery-esque" as the dog buries the moon in the ground! You'll just have to watch the cartoon to get this one!
Regular 8mm  / b & w / silent / 200-foot reel release from Castle Films / mint original box........................$10.

DIZZY ACROBATS
with Woody Woodpecker
Regular 8mm  / b & w / silent / 200-foot reel release from Castle Films / ........................$4.

DIZZY RED RIDING HOOD  ( 1931)
starring Betty Boop
Another of the many parodies of the Little Red Riding Hood fairy take. This time it's Betty as Red with Bimbo as her suitor who protects her from the wolf by literally skinning it alive to a skeletal remains and takes the skin to fake his way into grandma's house where he fondles Betty by her boops! Definitely pre-code!
16mm/ Sound /b & w / complete theatrical cartoon / probably a Webster print / Ex shape..................................$45.

 

 

DONALD'S MEXICAN ROMANCE
A Walt Disney - Donald Duck cartoon
Here's an amusing Walt Disney - Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition release on yellow-orange tinted double perf film stock. In this cartoons, Donald is on the outs with his seniorita and he must trade in his little burrow for a sports car. When he takes "Daisy-rita" for a spin in the new car, the vehicle takes on a life and mischievous personality of it's own and the pair are off for a wild ride and the burrow gets the last laugh on the ducks!
16mm / silent / B & W on tinted double perf stock approx 200-feet /Vg shape....................$10.

16mm Sound / Fuji-COLOR stock / complete theatrical cartoon w/ orig. title "Don Donald" / 400-foot / Ex-LN shape.......$50.

 

DON QUIXOTE  ( 1930's)
Ub Iwerks cartoon
Don Q reads romantic tales. The "Knights of old" are the subject matter. In Walter Mitty-style fashion, Don Q gets ideas and starts fighting his own self-styled heroic battles. He imagines a steam shovel to be a dragon he can slay, battles a wind mill an rescues a fair maiden who turns out to be  a horny hag! Iwerks was also known as Ub Iwerks, A.S.C.  The person, Ubbe Ert Iwwerks was a two-time Academy Award winning American animator, cartoonist and special effects technician, who was famous for his work for Walt Disney. He formed his own cartoon studio in the 1930's before eventually returning to Disney studios.
16mm/ Sound /b & w / complete theatrical cartoon  from Castle Films / Ex-LN shape/ no box.......................................$25.
8mm  / b & w / silent / 200-foot reel release from Castle Films /near mint original one-piece box with great artwork on it!............$15.

 

 

DOUGH RAY ME-OW  Warner Bros. 1948
starring Heathcliff the Cat and Louie the Parrott
Arthur Davis directed this hysterical episode as Heathcliff, the dumbest character ever created, relies on Louie the Parrot for help in everything. From getting his paw out of a mouse trap to reminding him to breathe ("You forgot to breathe again, stupid!"), the beleaguered Parrot discovers that Heathcliff will inherit a million dollar estate. However, if something happens to him, then the parrot becomes the next in line for the money. All good intentions are now down the drain as the wiley parrot tries to destroy the unsuspecting cat who is too stupid to realize it.
16mm Sound / Color I. B. Technicolor print/approx 300 /complete theatrical cartoon / very minor wear, Ex overall..................$85

DUCK AMUCK
A Warner Brothers classic as Daffy is harassed by an artist who changes the venue of his picture as well as Daffy's appearence. Daffy gets more and more exasperated as the cartoon progresses. 
16mm Sound/Color /approx 300' /slightly faded but still plenty of colors / L.N. original.....(JD)......$45

DUMBO, THE FLYING ELEPHANT - from Walt Disney's feature, Dumbo is given a magic feather by the country crows, and with the help of Timothy Mouse (Mickey was booked) becomes the world's only flying elephant.
Super 8mm Sound
/ Color
/ 1-reeler / Ex-L.N. shape................................$15.

DRAGON STEW
This animated fantasy takes place in a magic kingdom ruled by a very fat king, called KING CHUBBY. Eating was King Chubby's favorite activity. When all his cooks became frustrated and quit, he held a contest and drew hundred's of would be cooks.
16mm Sound/Color /approx 600 /used shape-splicy at start then runs fine.....$15

 

 


THE DUMB PATROL
This parody of the Warner's classic "Dawn Patrol" movies begins with some officers assigning duty to Porky who must bring down the infamous Baron Sam von Shamm (not to be confused with Sam The Sham and the Pharoes). Sam is, of course, Yosemite Sam. Bugs is the heroic character who hits Porky in the head with a brick and takes over the dangerous assignment. This sets the stage for a classic Bugs vs. Sam W.W. 1 air battle dog fight!
16mm/ Sound/Color /approx 300' / Ex shape..........$55

 


 

 



E - F

 

 

EGG TRICKS
An Excel 16mm Home movies release of the Scrappy cartoon series.
16mm / b & w / silent / approx 100' / double perf stock............$10.

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES -
The Hans Christian Anderson Fairy Tale Classic. A couple of con artists convince the Emperor to commission new clothes for an upcoming parade. They con him out of gold coins to make an invisible suit of clothes. When the Emperor appears in the parade with no clothes on, he extracts his vengeance but is humiliated into seclusion. One of the escaped con artists asks where the next Kingdom is so he can visit that Emperor! The con goes on. Just like in Washington! Eastman stock has turned but otherwise in excellent shape.
Regular 8mm Sound  / Color /200-foot-reel edition/ complete cartoon from Columbia Pictures ..........$15.

FAIR TODAY  A Walter Lantz "Cartune"
In the tradition of the Tex Avery black-out gag cartoons, this one uses a County Fair as a premise for some corny gags. For example, turkeys with no necks ("AW! Nobody eats the neck anyway!"), A hog calling contest ("You're a hog!"), The narrator sounds like the same one at Warners and one of the voices is almost certainly Mel Blanc before he signed exclusively with Warners. Print is used and somewhat splicy.
16mm Sound / b & w / approx 250' / released by Castle Films .......used shape..............$10.

FARMER ALFALFA'S REVENGE

A Keystone Home movies release of a Paul Terry Cartoon
16mm / b & w / silent / approx 100' / double perf stock............$10.

FELIX IN FAIRYLAND
starring Felix the Cat
Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition  / original Niles box .....................$10.

FELIX WAKES UP
Novelty Film Company Toy Film home movie release
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 100-foot-reel edition  / original box.............$8.

FISH FRY
A Walter Lantz - Andy Panda cartoon from Castle Films
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Castle Films / original box.............$8.

FOOLISH DUCKLING -
Terrytoons starring Dinky Duck
Super 8mm  / b & w / silent / 200-foot reel release from Ken Films / ....item # 42...........................$8.

FOOTBALL JAMBOREE  A Terrytoon
This Terrytoon features the mice in a football contest against the cats who battle and steamroll the mice until some gimmicks are employed.
16mm / b & w / silent / approx 300' / released by Castle Films ......EX..............$10.

FOX & CROW - "PHONEY BALONEY"
-(circa 1940's?)
Fox and Crow series of Toy Film abridgements.

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 100-foot-reel silent edition from Columbia Films / original box .....................$6.

FOX & CROW - "FOXY FLATFOOTS
-(circa 1940's?)
Fox and Crow series of Toy Film abridgements.

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 100-foot-reel silent edition from Columbia Films / original box .....................$6.

FOX AND THE GRAPES -(circa 1940's?)
Fabulous Fables series of Toy Film abridgements.

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 100-foot-reel silent edition from Columbia Films / original box .....................$6.
Regular 8mm / b & w / 50 -foot-reel silent edition from Columbia Films / original box .....................$3.

THE FOXY FOX
starring Kiko the Kangaroo
Foxy Fox tries to rob a bird's nest, but Kiko chases him over the hill. Kiko's leaps provide plenty of speed and the fox chase is on.
16mm / b & w / complete theatrical length cartoon / approx 400-feet / .....................$10.

FLOWERS AND TREES
This is a Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition of the 1932 Academy Award winning cartoon by Disney. Various flora dance to music when a grizzled old tree stump attempts to crash the party. Rebuffed, the sore loser sets the woods on fire.
Regular 8mm / b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition / original Disney Character box .....................$6.

 

THE FROG & THE PRINCESS - Terrytoons
Super 8mm  / Color / silent / 200-foot reel release from Ken Films / ..........$8.

A FOX GETS CAUGHT - Fairy Tale (circa 1940's?)
A fox on the prowl invades a cabin. A small rooster sets out to trap the fox with the aid of a water pitcher which lands on the fox's head. The trapped fox staggers around blindly while attempting to remove the jug from his head. Before long, the fox winds up down a well and the other birds and animals are safe again.

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 200-foot-reel silent edition from Atlas Films / original box .....................$6.





G - H - I


 

 

GHOST TOWN -
Terrytoons starring Gandy Goose
Gandy Goose and his cat companion traveling through a ghost town where they encounter many manifestations and funny sight gags as well such as a skeleton playing pool who removes his leg to use as a bridge for his pool stick!
Super 8mm / Sound / Color / 200-foot reel release from Ken Films / ....$20.


 

GERTIE THE DINOSAUR
An early cinema animated cartoon by Windsor McKay who, in the early years of the 20th century, was a cartoonist for a New York newspaper and the creator of the comic strip, "Little Nemo". McCay was also a notable vaudeville performer featured in the major circuit theaters such as the New York Palace. He built his act around his cartoon sketches. A brief film clip of him drawing a dinosaur is shown in close up. McCay's "Gertie the Dinosaur" made in 1909 was the first major animated cartoon to catch the public imagination. It is said that 10,000 separate drawings were required for "Gertie". By the 1920's, cartoons set a quicker pace and a more intricate standard than this primitive pioneering work. It has it's own charm and appears to be set to some musical rhythm as "Gertie" rhythmically keeps pace as other creatures interact such as a monkey in a tree that gets whipped around a bit for playing too close to "Gertie".

Super 8mm  /  B & W/ silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Blackhawk Films with historical introduction / Ex-LN shape.......................................$15.

GOODBYE MR. MOTH
A Walter Lantz - Andy Panda cartoon from Castle Films
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Castle Films / original box.............$8.

 

GUIDED MOUSILE
Tom & Jerry cartoon by Chuck Jones has a science fiction theme to it as Tom and Jerry send their robotic counterparts to do battle with each other. Ray guns, lasers, explosives finally result in their winding up in the pre-historic past!
16mm / sof / Color / Eastman stock, color still pretty good, used but ex shape.....................................$25.


GULLIVERS'S TRAVELS
Fleischer Studios produced a feature length cartoon from which this digest is made from
Super 8mm  /b & w /  silent / 200-foot reel release from Ken Films / mint original box..........$10.

HANS IN LUCK Animated  cartoon
featuring the voices of Hans Conried and June Foray.
A boy named Hans is paid for his work with a solid gold hunk as big as his head. Showing he's a true Democrat, he tires of carrying the wealth of gold and trades it for a horse he can get a free ride from but the horse throws him (he should have had a donkey!) then trades the horse for a cow to get free milk but the cows kicks him and he trades it for a pig who doesn't want anything to do with him and is traded for a duck to get free eggs but winds up trading it for a grinding stone only to lose it while getting a free drink from a water fountain. He arrives home to get a free meal from his mother and lives happily ever after! Probably on "relief" as he showed up empty-handed.
16mm Sound
/ Color Kodak LLP stock / approx 7 minutes / great rich hues!/ Ex shape...........(W. S)......................$20.

HANSEL AND GRETEL
A Walter Lantz Fairy Fable cartoon
This version stars Knothead and Splinter. Woody Woodpecker is reading the children's story to Knothead and Splinter but they think it's corny and set out to play Hansel and Gretel at wander off getting lost. A hungry cat whips up a gingerbread house to entice the young woodpeckers. Then the fun begin as a battle of wits between the cat and the two young woodpeckers ensues.
Regular 8mm  / b & w / silent / 200-foot reel release from Castle Films / mint original box........................$10.

HENRIETTA HEN'S TRICK FLOWERS
A Walter Lantz  Oswald cartoon
This Universal-titled home movie release is on Yellow-Orange tinted stock. A rich hen with a butler is working in her garden of tulips when a mischievous groundhog starts playing tricks on the dour old "biddie" by blowing water from underground through the tulips and spraying the old hen in the face with water!
16mm / b & w / double-perf silent "headliner" approximately 100-feet on tinted-stock........$10.

HAMS THAT COULDN'T BE CURED
Castle Films release of a Walter Lantz Swing Symphony.
Print has short opening title, splicy in opening hanging scene and some projection wear, though nothing heavy.
16mm Sound / b & w / complete theatrical=length cartoon from Castle Films.....(W. S.).........$15.


HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY

starring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto
This all-star Walt Disney cartoon features Mickey, Donald and Goofy in a hula dance. Goofy goes surfing and ends up buried in the sand. Lots of gags and fun.

Super 8mm  /  B & W/ 200-foot-reel edition / original box / used shape with normal projection wear.....................$5.

HOLLYWOOD PICNIC
This Color Rhapsody cartoon features some of the best Hollywood personalities of the 1930's in great caricatures including Shirley Temple, John Barrymore, Laurel & Hardy, The Three Stooges, Ned Sparks, W. C. Fields, Edward Arnold, Edna Mae Oliver, Martha Raye, Joe E. Brown and many more.
16 mm Sound / Color - still good! / 400-foot-reel  / ....................$125.

HOME WANTED Paul Terry Cartoon
starring Puddy the Pup
16mm / b & w / silent / complete theatrical cartoon from Castle Films / approx 300-feet...Vg shape, ..................$10.

HYDE AND SNEAK
featuring Inspector Willoughby

Regular 8mm/ b & w / silent / 50-foot "headliner" from Castle Films/ orig. box..................$3.

THE HYP-NUT-TIST
starring Popeye the Sailor
Popeye and Olive decide to attend the local vaudeville theater where Bluto is performing a hypnotist act. He coaxes Olive on stage against her will with his hypnotic power and gets Olive to become a chicken. Popeye is enraged at this and jumps on stage to stop it but Bluto tries to hypnotize Popeye. He flashes a mirror in front of Bluto and as a result, Bluto becomes the monkey he thought he was making out of Popeye! After recovering, he gets even and turns Popeye into a donkey before Popeye resolves the issue with his usual dose of spinach!
16mm Sound / b & w / complete theatrical length cartoon original print from a. a. p./ L.N. shape...............$75.

I LIKE BABIES & INFINKS (1937) starring Popeye the Sailor    Directed by Dave Fleischer
Olive Oyl
 is having trouble getting Swee' Pea to stop his crying so she calls up to Popeye to come to her apartment and help amuse the wailing infant. Bluto gets wind of it and decides he is the better one at amusing children and a contest between Bluto and Popeye ensues as each does a silly pantomime or funny trick to get the kid to laugh, or at least shut up! As usual, the old rivalry gets stirred up and the violence begins until Popeye is about to grab a can of spinach off the shelf but accidentally gets a can of strong onions instead. The opened can and it's onion fumes causes Popeye, Bluto and Olive to start crying hysterically and the baby Swea' Pea thinks it's hilarious and starts laughing! A rare non-spinach Popeye!
16mm Sound / b & w / original a.a.p. print, one non intrusive splice otherwise mint.......................$85.

IT MUST BE LOVE Paul Terry Cartoon
starring Gandy Goose
Gandy flatfoots through this amusing tale of rivalry with a regal rooster for the affections of a duckling.
16mm / b & w / silent / complete theatrical cartoon from Castle Films / approx 300-feet...Vg shape, ..................$10.


J - K - L




 

JACK & THE BEANSTALK
Ub Iwerks version of the classic fairytale.
Iwerks was also known as Ub Iwerks, A.S.C.  The person, Ubbe Ert Iwwerks was a two-time Academy Award winning American animator, cartoonist and special effects technician, who was famous for his work for Walt Disney. He formed his own cartoon studio in the 1930's before eventually returning to Disney studios.
16mm  / b & w / silent / 400-foot reel  edition from Castle Films / no box..........................$8.

Regular 8mm  b & w / silent / 50-foot "headliner" edition from Castle Films orig. box.....$3.

 


JACK FROST
Ub Iwerks "Comicolor" cartoon
  A young bear cub disobeys his mother and sneaks out his bedroom window to conquer the world. He thinks he's a big bad bear! Old man winter comes along and captures him inside of a tree trunk and makes jail bars out of ice. Jack Frost comes to the rescue.
 
Iwerks was also known as Ub Iwerks, A.S.C.  The person, Ubbe Ert Iwwerks was a two-time Academy Award winning American animator, cartoonist and special effects technician, who was famous for his work for Walt Disney. He formed his own cartoon studio in the 1930's before eventually returning to Disney studios.
Regular 8mm
/
Color -  gorgeous Kodachrome stock print!  / silent / approx 150'..............orig. box....................$20.

JERRY JERRY QUITE CONTRARY directed by Chuck Jones
Jerry the mouse is in a somnambulistic state and keeps playing vile jokes on Tom while he sleeps. Tom tries everything including nailing Jerry in the wall but when he falls asleep, he gets out and pulls more stunts on Tom. Jerry tries to avoid sleep including guzzling coffee but to no avail. Tom finally gives up and packs his bags and leave the house for the desert only to have the sleep-walking jerry following behind. Print is in Ex shape except for a few splices near the end of the cartoon. Color still has yellows, greens etc and hasn't turned much.
16mm Sound / Eastmancolor/ complete theatrical length cartoon from M.G.M...............(W. S. )......................$20


A KIDDIE'S KITTY
(1955)
starring Sylvester the Cat
This Warner Bothers cartoon has got to be one of the most sadistic adventures ever endured by Sylvester. As the cartoon opens, a viscous bull-dog is chasing Sylvester and knocking hell out of him. A little girl decides to "rescue" Sylvester and make him her pet but the little girl's way of taking care of Sylvester proves more damaging than any punishment the bull-dog could deal out intentionally! From sticking Sylvester into a washing machine to clean him up, to feeding him mud as "play food", the little girl gets one bad idea after another trying to "help" the frustrated feline. When she sees a science fiction TV show with a rocket-man, she straps a rocket to the back of the cat and lights the fuse! Sylvester finally decides the dog is the lesser of two evils!
16mm Sound / Color I. B. Tech / main title gone, splicy in spots but otherwise complete used condition print...................$55.

KIDS IN THE SHOE (1935)
This animated cartoon was produced by Adolph Zukor and the Max Fleischer Studios with Dave Fleischer directing. Animation was done by Seymore Kneitel and Roland Crandall. The old woman feeds her kids for breakfast while the cat laps up the spillage on the floor under the table. "For wasting your bread, it's off to bed" yells the old woman who ties ropes to her rocking chair to accommodate all the kids at once! After she leaves, they start playing musical instruments and then have a massive pillow fight until the old woman wakes up and threatens to cure their bad behavior with some castor oil!
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / / 200-foot-reel edition from N. T. A. Films / orig Cartoon Carnival box..........................$8.
Regular 8mm / Color - Eastman stock-fading  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from N. T. A. Films / orig Cartoon Carnival box.............$8.

KING TUT'S TOMB-
Terrytoons starring HECKLE & JECKLE
Super 8mm / Sound / Color / 200-foot reel release from Ken Films / ....$20.

Krazy Kat (a.k.a. Kitty Kat or Felix Toy Films


FELIX ALL BALLED UP
Kodak "Cinegraph Eight" Toy film headliner edition / billed as "Felix"

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / silent/ approx 50-feet.....near mint orig. box.....$10.

CRASHES DISHES

Exclusive Movies Toy film headliner edition /

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / silent/ 25'..............orig. box....................$5.

THE DOCTPR'S AID

 Coast Films Toy film headliner edition /

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / silent/ 50'..............orig. box....................$5.

FINDS THEM SOFT
 Carnival Films Toy film headliner edition /

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / silent/ 50'..............orig. box....................$5.

THE SPY

 Novelty Film Company / billed as Felix /  headliner edition /

16mm / b & w / silent/ 50'..............orig. box....................$5.

LI'L ABNER DOUBLE FEATURE
Columbia Pictures release of two Li'l Abner cartoons on one 200-foot reel Titles are "Amoozin But Confoozin" and "Peekoolyar Sitcheeayshun".
Regular  8mm / b & w / silent  / 200-foot reel edition from Columbia Pictures................$10.


LITTLE BLACK SAMBO
One of the series of Ub Iwerks cartoons from the 1930's, this one is, of course, a rarity due to the subject matter that causes the imposition of censorship and restrictions. Castle Films withdrew this title and others in the late 1960's to modernize their selection of cartoons made in the 50's and 60's with more current characters and animation styles and nearly all the 1930's era cartoons were gone by this time from their catalog.
16mm  Sound  / b & w / 400-foot reel complete edition from Castle Films / mint shape in original box ...........$125.


 

LITTLE LAMBKIN
A Max Fleischer Color Classic released by N.T.A. home movies.
Family moves into a new modern house with loads of Rube-Goldberg gadgetry gone wild  in this cartoon.
Regular 8mm / Color - Eastman stock-fading  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from N. T. A. Films / orig Cartoon Carnival box.............$8.
 

LITTLE LOST SHEEP
Krazy Kat meets Little Bo Peep in this send-up of the children's fairy tale. A Disney-esque wolf in sheep's clothing (now known as R.I.N.O.s) lures a lamb away for a picnic. The lamb fattens herself up while the disguised wolf waits. Krazy Kat and Bo Peep and some hunting hounds track down the wolf and see through the disguise. The little lamb takes her scorn out on the wolf with ferocity and all is well in sheep land.
16mm / b & w / silent / 400-foot reel edition from Official Films..............................$10.


THE LITTLE PRINCE

A claymation - animation fantasy tale about an artist who meets a young boy Prince from another planet. From here on, you have to be on drugs to figure out the bizarre travels through the universe, the various eccentric characters he meets on different planets and the psychedelic effects. In a way, this is a throwback to the earliest primitive animations of Emile Cohl  with items morphing into other objects. Cliff Robertson narrates this "story".
16mm  Sound / Color /Gorgeous bright color hues / few lines at start then virtually mint shapeex shape.................................$25.

LITTLE SWEE' PEA  (1936)
starring Popeye the Sailor
Directed by Dave Fleischer
Olive Oyl
 is busy when Popeye drops by with flowers. Olive asks Popeye to take Swee'Pea to the Zoo. He has his hands full keeping the little crawler from being trampled by an Elephant, Eaten by a Crocodile and swallowed by a  Hippo and finally riding on the back of a Leopard! This great cartoon includes real miniature buildings behind the animation to give the viewing experience an added realism. This is the very first cartoon to feature Swee'Pee.
16mm Sound / b & w / original a.a.p. print............................$85.


THE LORAX
This is an adaptation of the Dr. Seuss' heaviest environmental-waco-themed tale gets adapted for young filmgoers with this computer-animated 3-D feature from Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment.
16mm Sound / Color / Eastman stock, color fair / approx 1,200-feet /  used  shape / some cinebug repairs early................................$10.

LOVE ME LOVE MY MOUSE

Tom & Jerry cartoon
16mm / sof / Color / Eastman stock, color still pretty good, ex shape.................................$15.






M - N



 

MR. MAGOO TOY FILMS

FIRE CHIEF MAGOO

featuring Mr. Magoo
Super 8mm / b & w / silent/ 50-foot "headliner" edition from Republic/ Ex-LN shape / mint original box......
$3.

MAGOO'S GORILLA FRIEND

featuring Mr. Magoo
Super 8mm / b & w / silent/ 50-foot "headliner" edition from Republic/ Ex-LN shape / mint original box......
$3.

TROUBLED INDEMNITY
featuring Mr. Magoo

Regular 8mm/ b & w / silent / 50-foot "headliner" from Columbia Films/ orig. box.......................$3.

 

 MARTIN THE COBBLER by Leo Tolstoy
This marvelous clay-mation story features stunning photography and lighting, first rate sound and voice characterizations and a top flight music score. The story is from a Tolstoy tale narrated by his daughter, about a shoe cobbler living alone and bitter over the deaths of his wife and child many years earlier. He feels he has noting to look forward to as his skills are diminishing and he is bitter on religion until a wandering preacher (called "Pilgrim" in this story) comes to him for help repairing a bible. He suggests that Martin read it and says that he will be visited by the Lord the next day. Martin encounters several people the next day whom he shows kindness to without realizing he has turned into a good loving Christian in a Scrooge-like reformation. A marvelous tale done tastefully with masterful animation. Produced and directed by Will Vinton. Original music by Billy Scream and Paul Jameson. Animated by Barry Bruce, Don Merkt, Tom Samanen, and Will Vinton. Sets and characters by Dick ("don't call me Richie") Allen, Barry Bruce and K. Henrickson.
16mm Sound / Color / approx. 27 minutes / The print is virtually mint with beautiful color and high quality sound................$55.


 

MARY'S LITTLE LAMB
Mary and her persistent lamb crashes school The pupils perform. The lamb shows hilarious talent in a side-splitting finish.
Regular  8mm / b & w / silent  / Complete theatrical cartoon from Castle Films.................$8.

THE MAGIC WAND
staring Oswald the Rabbit
This old tinted-stock Castle Films headliner takes place in Bugville where the insects are putting on a vaudeville show. A magic fairy allows Oswald to take a magic pill and become small enough to see the revue but a crow threatens Oswald who is chased through the woods until he can take the pill which restores him to his normal size, far larger than the predatory crow!
16mm / b & w on tinted yellow-orange stock / approx 100-feet / Vg shape, titles in tact.............................$10.

MEANY MINY and MOE Toy Films

HOUSE OF TRICKS

staring Meany Miny & Moe
This old tinted-stock Cine Art Films headliner features early Walter Lantz cartoon characters of the three monkeys in slapstick episodes.
16mm /b & w on tinted yellow-orange stock /silent double perf / approx 100-feet / Vg shape, titles in tact' original box.......$10.

FREE AIR
staring Meany Miny & Moe
16mm /b & w /silent double perf / approx 100-feet / Vg shape, titles in tact' original box...........................$10.

RED HOT TIRES
staring Meany Miny & Moe
16mm /b & w /silent double perf / approx 100-feet / Vg shape, titles in tact' original box................................$10.

THE GOLF ROBOT
staring Meany Miny & Moe
16mm /b & w /silent double perf / approx 100-feet / Vg shape, titles in tact' original box......................................$10.

A MERRY CHASE
starring Heckle and Jeckle
Regular 8mm  / b&w / silent / 200-foot reel edition from Ken Fims / orig. box.................$8.

MICKEY MOUSE : THE FIRST 50 YEARS
A collector's limited edition by Disney Studios commemorating the 50th anniversary of Mickey mouse. This film retrospect is framed around a birthday celebration party for Mickey with flashbacks over the years. Clips from "Steamboat Willie", "The Band Concert","Fantasia-Sorcerer's Apprentice", and the rarely seem full color opening of "The Mickey Mouse Club" in stunning hues! Other film clips from both black and white and color films are included along with a souvenir booklet.
Super 8 Sound   Color /400-foot reel edition from Disney Home Movies..................$25.

MICKEY'S PARROT   A Walt Disney Cartoon
This is the complete theatrical cartoon from Disney's Buena Vista rental library. When Mickey hears a radio news flash about an escaped killer, he boards up his house and grabs his shot gun for self defense (we used to be allowed to to this in pre-socialist America). A parrot accidentally gets trapped in the basement and wanders throughout the house scaring Mickey and Pluto with many hilarious sight gags before all returns to normal. The film stock is 3M with some fading though most of the colors are there, the black levels have gone brown but the overall balance of the film looks as close to normal as one could expect from a print of this age. Not the usual beet red or faded pink but it's not vivid I.B. either.
16mm Sound / Color /complete theatrical cartoon / approx. 400-feet / Ex shape...............(J.D.).........................$35.

 





 

MICKEY MOUSE
& Friends
TOY FILMS





ALL AMERICAN MICKEY
This is a Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition. Mickey's team in a college-style football game. PLenty of funny sight gags that violate every rule of football from tackling, laterals, fumble recoveries, etc. Loads of fun as Mickey finishes the game in a Harold Lloyd-like style!

16mm Sound / b & w /  approximately 200-feet / nice sharp print with strong track ....$20.

DONALD & THE SMOKE EATER
- starring Mickey , Donald and Goofy
The scene is ahouse fire. Mickey Mouse is the fire truck driver and is assited by Donald and Goofy in a wild fire fight.
Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition / 50-foot reel edition / 

Regular 8mm / b & w / ....Vg shape...............$4.

ELIZA CROSSING THE ICE
-
At the local Vaudeville house, Mickey and the gang stage "Uncle Tom's Cabin".
Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition / 50-foot reel edition / 

Regular 8mm / b & w / ...Ex shape...............$4.


GOLD RUSH MICKEY

This is a Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition.  Mickey is up in the Klondike at a saloon where the prospectors gather. He meets up with Minnie only to have the villain, Peg Leg Pierre kidnap her. Mickey and Pluto take off after Peg Leg on sleds through the countryside for the rescue.
16mm Sound / b & w /  approximately 200-feet / nice sharp print with strong track ....$20.

MECHANIC DONALD
Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition. Mickey, Donald and Goofy are auto mechanics who are visited by Peg Leg Pete who has a squeak in his auto and demands they find it, fix it in ten minutes. Of course, they systematically destroy the car then throw it together quickly. Peg Leg returns and starts the car only to have it blow apart on him with the engine chasing Pete away!

16mm Sound / b & w /  approximately 200-feet / Ex-LN Hollywood Enterprises print
.......................$20.

MICKEY'S BICYCLE RACE

starring Mickey Mouse

16mm / b & w / double-perf silent yellow-orange-tinted film stock/  approximately 100-feet / original Cine Art box!......$10.

MICKEY'S EXCITING PICNIC
Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition. Mickey and his friends are trying to enjoy a picnic when a locust-sized hoard of mosquitoes attack them. They employ Fort Apache defense mechanisms by circling the "wagons" and firing sprays of molasses and machine-gunning peas into the stingers of the mosquitoes. They keep out-witting Mickey's group until they set a trap in their tent where they are hold up from the assault.

16mm Sound / b & w /  approximately 200-feet / Ex-LN original
........................$20.

MICKEY'S FAST DELIVERY and RUNAWAY CHOO CHOO
Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition double feature release with two 5-minute cartoons printed consecutively on a packed 200-foot reel in the original Disney-authorized box.
Mickey delivers a wagon load of furniture and props to the barnyard where Minnie is housekeeping and doing laundry. They are joined by the other animals in an impromptu musical concert with all of them playing various musical instruments.
The second cartoon is "Runaway Choo Choo". This is the little train that couldn't as it tries to climb a steep mountain track only to fall back at a speedy pace and crash to the bottom.

Regular 8mm / b & w /200-foot reel release from Hollywood Enterprises/  orig. box...G shape......$10.

THE HAM ACTOR
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Minnie introduces Donald at a Vaudeville house show. Donald's emoting is peppered with garbage thrown by the audience.
Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition / 50-foot reel edition / 

Regular 8mm / b & w / ....Ex shape...............$4.


MICKEY'S HURDLES & HAZARDS
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Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition / 100-foot reel edition / 

Regular 8mm / b & w / orig. box....F-G shape...............$8.

MICKEY & THE LILLIPUTIANS
Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition. Mckey is home reading with his group of about seven or eight baby "Mickeys". He tells them a bed-time story of how he was ship-wrecked on an island and a Gulliver parody ensues as the little people tie him down. But Mickey breaks loose and the Lilliputians start shooting tiny cannon balls at him. Mickey is more amused than annoyed by this until a giant spider wanders over from the Universal back lot and attacks the town and Mickey does battle with it.

16mm Sound / b & w /  approximately 200-feet / Ex-LN original........................$20.

MICKEY PLAYS PAPA
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Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition / 100-foot reel edition / 

Regular 8mm / b & w / orig. box....F-G shape...............$8.

MICKEY SAVES THE AIR MAIL
This Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition features Mickey in an airplane battle with the villain who wants to rob the mail and uses dog-fight tactics against Mickey's plane. When he shoots Mickey's wings off, Mickey turns it into a helicopter to escape capture.

16mm Sound / b & w /  approximately 200-feet / nice sharp print with strong trac ....$15.

MOVIE STAR MICKEY
Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition. Probably one of the most desired cartoons from this series as Mickey holds a premiere of his latest cartoon. Hollywood stars attend including the three Barrymores, Laurel and Hardy, Buster Keaton, Joe E. Brown, William Powell, Greta Garbo, Wallace Beery, Marie Dressler, and many others.

16mm Sound / b & w /  approximately 200-feet / Ex-LN Hollywood Enterprises print
.......................$30.

MICKEY'S ROYAL BATTLE -
Minnie is the damsel in the tower. Wandering minstrel Mickey is out to rescue her. He's caught by the Kings's guards and sentenced to a jousting match.
Hollywood Enterprises home movie edition / 50-foot reel edition / 

Regular 8mm / b & w / ....................Ex shape...............$4.

 

MIGHTY MOUSE CARTOONS

JEKYLL & HYDE CAT
featuring Mighty Mouse
Mice are having a picnic when they run for cover from a rain storm in the abandoned house of the infamous Dr. Jekyll. His cat is still there and lures the mice in with cheese then attempts to catch them. The cat enters the mad doctor's lab and drinks the potion that turns him into a devil-cat and Mighty Mouse must rescue them.
16mm / b & w / silent / complete theatrical cartoon from Castle Films / approx 300-feet...Vg shape, few splices.....$8.

ELIZA ON ICE
featuring Mighty Mouse
Here's one politically incorrect cartoon you won't see! The old play "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is done as a send up parody with "Liza" being chased  by the hounds and Simon LeGree. Plenty of wild sight gags abound in this break-neck-paced chase before a rather Avery-esque Little Eva phones for Might Mouse to intercede.
16mm / b & w / silent / complete theatrical cartoon from Castle Films / approx 300-feet...Vg shape, ..................$10.


MIGHTY MOUSE RIDES AGAIN

featuring Mighty Mouse
Regular 8mm /b & w / silent  50-foot "headliner" release by Castle Films in original box...................$5.

MOTHER GOOSE'S BIRTHDAY
starring Might Mouse
Super 8 Sound  Color / Complete theatrical cartoon from Terrytoons...................$10.

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PANDORA'S BOX

featuring Mighty Mouse
The legend of Pandora's Box is combined with a Halloween flavor as the wicked witch on a broom deposits a trunk where Pandora cannot resist opening it up and it is filled with hungry devil-cats that Mighty Mouse must battle.
an This is an early version of Mighty Mouse. Pandora Mouse gets a box from Witch Hazel. When she opens the box, destructive evil cats are unleashed. When things get out of hand, Pandora's friend takes an assortment of vitamins and becomes Super Mouse.
Regular 8mm /b & w / silent  200-foot complete theatrical length  release by Castle Films in original box / L.N. shape....$10.
 
THE WITCH'S CAT
featuring Mighty Mouse
Super 8mm Sound / Color (still hasn't turned) / release by Ken Films/ orig box..................................$15.

WOLF! WOLF!
featuring Mighty Mouse
Wolves plot to get lamb chops direct from the source! One dresses as Little Bo Peep and lures lambs with music from a hot trumpet. The lambs are trapped in the wolf's den. Might Mouse hears the bleat from the lamb in the pot and throws lightning bolts and rescues the lamb from becoming the chowder special of the day.
16mm / b & w / silent / complete theatrical cartoon from Castle Films / approx 300-feet...Vg shape, ..................$10.

MIMI; The Lazy Kitten  (1977)
A lazy kitten who refuses to learn how to catch mice is bullied by them until she realizes the need to develop her mousing skills (and not on a computer!). A nice children's story, well animated from China. English dubbed, of course.
16mm Sound / Color / great rich hues!/ Vg shape some projection lines, otherwise Ex...............................$15.

MONSTRO THE WHALE (from Pinocchio)
Walt Disney studios presents an episode from the feature-length animated classic, "Pinocchio". This film shows Pinocchio at the bottom of the sea in search of his father who has been swallowed by Monstro the Whale. After some hair raising episodes, Pinocchio and his father emerge triumphant.

Super 8 silent Color Walt Disney headliner edition color still good.....................$8.

MOTHER PLUTO  (A Walt Disney cartoon)
All is well in the barn yard until some loose eggs from a hen get into Pluto's dog house and hatch. The dozens of baby chicks think Pluto is their mother and follow the recalcitrant pooch everywhere. He eventually feels sorry for them and becomes their protector. Meanwhile, the mother hen returns to discover all her eggs hatched and the chicks long gone. She engages the rooster to reclaim the chicks from Pluto who now covets them as his brood. The rooster wins but the chicks return to Pluto in the dog house and cuddle with him.
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot reel edition by Hollywood Enterprises-Walt Disney / L.N. shape...........$10.

THE MOLE AND THE CHRISTMAS TREE  (1977)
From Kratky Film, Prague, comes this charming animated Christmas cartoon for pre-school children. A mole obtains a jack-in-the-box Christmas tree and decorates it with a variety of fruit only to have a big crow swoop in and eat it up and destroy the tree in the process! The pesky crow is dealt with by the mole when he returns for more. The mole obtains another jack-in-the-box Christmas tree and invites his friend, the mouse over to exchange Christmas presents. They each receive a musical instrument and then play "Silent Night" together.
16mm Sound / Color / great rich hues!/ Vg shape........................(W. S ) ............$45.

MOLLY MOO-COW AND THE INDIANS (1935)
Van Bueren Studios
Molly, a pair of farm ducks are heading west in a wagon train. Along the way, they encounter an Indian squaw and her papoose. When she falls into the river, Molly rescues the papoose. Later when an Indian is about to roast the ducks over a camp fire, Molly tries to save them by fighting the Indian who is about to defeat Molly when the grateful Squaw shows up and saves Molly and the ducks from the dinner table.
16mm Sound
/ Color Kodak stock / great rich hues!/ Vg shape.................................$90.

MORRIS'S DISAPPEARING BAG (1982) Animated Christmas cartoon
From Weston Woods Studios comes this animated Christmas cartoon for children based on a book by Rosemary Wells. A family of mice are celebrating Christmas and Morris is the youngest mouse of the four and is spurned by his siblings who hogs their christmas toys. Morris discovers a present he has overlooked which turns out to be a disappearing bag that makes them invisible. Now he can have some fun and the siblings all want to share their presents with him in exchange for a chance to become invisible!
16mm Sound
/ Color Kodak LLP stock / approx 7 minutes / great rich hues!/ Ex shape...........(W. S)......................$20.

MOUSE TRAPPED ( 1941) featuring Andy Panda
Directed by Walter Lantz & Alex Lovy
written by Ben Hardaway
Andy's father (whose voice and character are patterned after W. C. Fields) is trying to catch a pesky mouse with his own "scientific" approach while young Andy keeps pushing the idea of an old fashioned mouse trap. Loaded with gags, this cartoon recalls some aspects of the Bugs Bunny-Elmer Fudd encounters!
16mm Sound / b & w / complete theatrical cartoon from Castle Films / used shape, splice or two but fine overall...........$20

MOUSE TRAPPERS
A Walter Lantz - Andy Panda cartoon from Castle Films
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Castle Films / original box.............$8.

MY ARTISTICAL TEMPERATURE
starring Popeye the Sailor
Popeye and Bluto share an art studio where Bluto specializes in painting while Popeye is exclusively a sculptor. In walks Olive Oyl who wants a likeness of herself (why?). Popeye and Bluto fight over who should do it so Olive suggests that she will take the one that comes out the best. Bluto and Popeye fight over everything including how to pose Olive! Great ad-libs by Jack Mercer and fine sight gags in the art studio.
16mm / Sound  / b & w / Like new a. a. p. TV original......................................................$85.

NOTES TO YOU
starring Porky Pig
Porky is trying to get a good night's sleep but a pesky singing cat outside his bedroom window will not shut up. Once provoked, the cat really turns up the burners on Porky's temper using up all his nine lives!
Super 8 silent Color / complete theatrical cartoon release from Niles.....................$15
 

 

NURSEMAID
starring Flip the Frog
More adventures with Flip the Frog as he starts out shilling newspapers and encounters a Scotsman who follows behind reading so he won't have to pay for it as well as a cranky Chinaman. Flips papers are destroyed by water and he finds himself out of business until he takes on the job of baby-sitting an infant in a carriage for a lady only to find out this brat has more stolen goods than a warehouse! Flip is taken for a ride by the kid in a wild chase finale!
Super 8mm Sound  / b & w / complete theatrical cartoon - 200-foot-reel edition  from Blackhawk Films / used shape , some projection wear but no splices.....$10

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NUTTY PINE CABIN
A Walter Lantz - Andy Panda cartoon from Castle Films
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Castle Films / original box.............$8.

 


O - P - Q



OCTOPUFF IN KUMQUATT
 (1975)
This is a children's animated film produced by the American Ling Association. It's done in a fairytale land setting of Kumquatt and how it's residents resolved a problem which had beset them. Kumquattt was a land of fresh clean air where people lived happily. One day, smoke was approaching, and Octopuff arrived driving a car and smoking a cigar. He was able to convince the adults in Kumquatt to try smoking. Soon, they developed the habit and the air in Kumquatt was filled with smoke. The children, very  unhappy about this situation, devised a strategy to change the habits and everyone stopped smoking,
16mm / Sound / Color  / Eastman stock / Vg good shape but slightly faded.............................$8.


ODOR OF THE DAY
(1948)
This Warner Brothers cartoon from October 2, 1948 was directed by Arthur Davis at an almost Tex Avery-style pace with what is probably the prototype of Pepe LePew. In this zany cartoon, a homeless dog can't seem to find shelter anywhere until he stumbles upon the cabin of a skunk who tries to repel the dog by aiming his tail at him and machine-gunning the terrible odors. A zany series of gags ensue as the dog catches a cold and can't smell the skunk. The skunk, disguised as a doctor cures the dog of his cold but the dog jumps back in the frozen pond to re-catch his cold so he can't smell anything again. Except for the sneezes, there is no dialogue between the characters until the final fade-out where they both simultaneously say "gershuntheit".
16mm / Sound / Color  KODAK SP print / Vg good shape, couple splices in the middle and in end title otherwise top shape...............................$65.

THE OILY AMERICAN (1954)
Here's another hilarious, zany cartoon from Robert McKimson and the Warner Brothers staff. An oil rich, millionaire Indian likes to keep his heritage by having a moose delivered to his estate for the sole purpose of hunting it and putting it up on his fireplace mantle. However, this stubby , short-legged moose out-wits the bumbling Indian who constantly misses his mark with weapons much to the aggravation of  his stoic, unflappable butler in the Arthur Treacher mode. Stunning colors jump right off the screen at you.
16mm / Sound / Color  KODAK SP print / near mint shape...............................$95.

THE OLD MILL
From Walt Disney Pictures comes this animated classic
Super 8mm / Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition from Disney Films / L.N. shape , color still holding up.....................$15.


ON CHRISTMAS EVE
( Sheridan, 1983)
This animated cartoon is a parody of the familiar "Night Before Christmas" poem with a wry twist to it. It seems Santa is too fat to get down the chimney to deliver his toys to the children and can't find a way into the house. The window is locked and so is the door. So, back on the roof again, Santa [pulls of a "cinema" perspective gag that would do justice to Buster Keaton as he finds a way to make himself smaller and thus, able to get down the chimney with care!
16mm Sound / Color / gorgeous hues! / Like new shape.....................$45.

THE PAINTER AND THE POINTER
A Walter Lantz - Andy Panda cartoon from Castle Films
Regular 8mm / b & w  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Castle Films / original box.............$8.

PANAMA  ( Weston Woods Studios, 1985)
An animated film based on the book by Janosch, a little Bear tells Little Tiger a wonderful tale of Panama, land of bananas based on the smell of the banana crate. They set out for the "land of dreams", only to find that sometimes happiness is found very close to home.
16mm Sound  / Color LLP / complete theatrical length cartoon / approx 11 minutes......Vg -Ex shape.................$20.
 

Felix The Cat PIANO MOVER  featuring Krazy Kat
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
16mm  / b & w /silent /200-foot digest from Exclusive Movies /  excellent shape, no splices / .....$10
 

 

THE PLAYFUL PRLICAN
A Walter Lantz - Andy Panda cartoon from Castle Films
Super8mm / b & w  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Castle Films / original box.............$8.



 






PORKY PIG CARTOONS
THE DAFFY DOC
starring Porky Pig and Daffy Duck
Daffy works as an assistant to Dr. Quack in a hospital where he goes crazy and is thrown out of the operating theater. He decides to get a patient of his own so he gets a mallet and and stalks Porky Pig and tries to operate on Porky but he will have none of it. During a skirmish, they wind up in an iron lung with some bizarre results.
16mm / Sound / B & W  / dupe print of a 7 Arts reissue / Vg shape........(JD).................$30


PORKY'S MIDNIGHT MATINEE
 
starring Porky Pig
Porky lets a rare species of ant out of a cage. Then he must retrieve it and the ant makes a fool of Porky!
16mm / Sound / Color - LLP / L. N. mint new print.....................................$70


PORKY'S PONY EXPRESS
  (1938)
starring Porky Pig
In this era of political correct censorship you wouldn't see this cartoon. There's something to offend everyone including stutterers, cross-eyed people, animal right wackos and Indians as Porky Pig battles a bunch of wild "injuns" on the war path after every pony express mail carrier. One cross-eyed Indian keeps bopping the horse on the back of it's head with mis-placed arrows until the horse has had enough and slams the Injun down in a fit of rage. This cartoon was directed by Cal Dalton, story by Melvin Millar, voices by Mel Blanc and Billy Bletcher, music by Carl Stalling
16mm / Sound / Eastman Color (slightly turned) / near mint W.B. 7 Arts titled print..(WS)........$20

PORKY THE FIREMAN  (1938)
starring Porky Pig
Porky and Slow Dog ("What'd you say?") are firemen who help put out a huge blaze at a theatrical boarding house. Loaded with gimmicky sight gags, this cartoon has many impossible gags that could only be done in animated style. It was directed by Frank Tashlin, written by Melvin Millar and the music by Carl Stalling
16mm / Sound / Eastman Color (slightly turned) / near mint W.B. 7 Arts-titled print....(WS).......$20

PORKY'S HOTEL
starring Porky Pig
Porky opens up a hotel and his first customer is a cranky old goat wit the gout who wants a long rest. Porky's assitant, Gabby, bothers him with endless questions and blather. Loads of fun in this vintage cartoon.
16mm / Sound / B & W  / dupe print with Guild Films titles.............(JD).................$20

NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH
starring Porky Pig
Porky gets the California gold rush fever and sets out through Indian territory where a weenie little Injun badgers Porky throughout the long journey by trying to get Porky's scalp. Porky constantly ot-wits him throughout the journey.
16mm / Sound / B & W of a color  / dupe print with fair sound.........(JD).................$15

PORKY'S PREVIEW 
starring Porky Pig
Porky draws his own cartoon and holds a big preview at the local barn where all the local animals pay an admission fee to see his
efforts including a skunk who is not welcome! The cartoon is a series of gags and musical novelties including a gag about Bing Crosby's slow race horses and a take-off on Al Jolson singing "September in the Rain". By the end of the cartoon the skunk has sneaked into the theater but he's the only one around to applaud the show!
16mm / Sound / B & W  / probably a Bruce Webster print with Guild Films titles.....(JD).....$35

WHOLLY SMOKE 
starring Porky Pig
Frank Tashlin directed this early Porky adventure. His mother sends him out on an errand but he is distracted by a thug who bets him a nickel he can't blow smoke rings with a cigar. Porky gets sick from the ordeal and a nightmarish dream with various tobacco products teaching him a lesson occur. Some are in the form of celebrities such as The Three Stooges, Bing Crosby, Rudy Vallee and Cab Calloway.
16mm Sound / b & w / Seven Arts reissue titles/  Ex shape......................................................$45.

PORKY IN WACKYLAND 
starring Porky Pig
Porky is off on a search for the rare do do bird and some of the most surreal gags ever put into a cartoon appear in this one!

Super 8mm Sound / / b & w dupe of a Seven Arts reissue titled print/.....(PS)..........$15
16mm Sound / b & w dupe of a Seven Arts reissue titled print / (JD)..........$30.


 

PATRIOTIC POPEYE  (1957)
starring Popeye the Sailor
Two of Popeye's four nephews (don't ask me which two!) are playing with fireworks (the other two probably  blew themselves up!). Popeye tries to get them to play safe games like baseball, but the scheming little devils out-wit Popeye and go crazy with the fireworks until they get into such trouble that Popeye must rescue them from joining the other two! Gorgeous color original.
16mm / Sound /  Color - Fuji Stock  near mint original with Paramount tiles & ending..............$79.

A PECK O' TROUBLE   (Warner Bros. 1953)
Fat, lazy Dodsworth the cat is a confirmed hedonist who refuses to resort to manual labor to catch his breakfast. In this case, it is a woodpecker in a very tall tree. Dodsworth recruits a small kitten with the promise he will teach the young kitty the art of bird catching while really getting ready merely to confiscate the catch and eat it. The young kitten tries but the wiley woodpecker manages to outsmart both of them time and time again with a series of funny gags in this lively Robert McKimson cartoon from Warner Brothers. Print has unobtrusive splice or two that don't affect continuity, otherwise top shape with minimal signs of usage, no lines, etc.

16mm Sound / Color - Kodak SP / complete theatrical cartoon from Warner Bros. ........................$55.

PEEPING PENGUINS
A Max Fleischer Color Classic released by N.T.A. home movies. Nice use of 3-D multi-plane effects in this cartoon.
Regular 8mm / Color - Eastman stock-fading  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from N. T. A. Films / orig Cartoon Carnival box.............$8.

PESTS FOR GUESTS (1955)
starring Elmer Fudd and The Goofy Gophers
Directed by Friz Freling
Two gophers, who don't quite act regular, are looking to store their nuts somewhere. They pick a dresser at a country store where Elmer Fudd stops at and purchases that very dresser with the gophers inside of it. When home, Elmer thinks he's free to rest but his troubles are only just beginning as the gophers rig up a storm drain from the roof to the bedroom window where the acorns are shook from the tree and rolled right into the drawer and all over the house. Elmer soon is on the rampage trying to get rid of the pests and their nuts!
16mm / SoundColor KODAK SP- gorgeous tones and hues! / near mint. TV original....................$79.

PEST OF THE SHOW

Dynamo Doc cartoon from Castle Films
Regular 8mm / b&w /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Castle Films .............$5.

PETER PAN MEETS CAPTAIN HOOK
- The evil Captain Hook has kidnapped the Indian Princess, Tiger Lilly. Peter Pan and Wendy follow them to Skull Rock where Peter disguises his voice to confuse Hook. An exciting duel between Peter Pan and Captain Hook leads to a suspenseful finish!
Super 8mm  Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition / original box / L.N. shape / ............................$15.

THE PIGGY STAYED HOME
This Walter Lantz “Fairy Fable” cartoon from Castle Films features a pet pig, named Milford, who is having a birthday party thrown by a pair of hillbillies not unlike the Lil’ Abner characters in the comics. A group of rival hillbillies decide to kidnap the pig and roast him for dinner. The stage is set for a series of ill-fated rescue attempts by “Ma” and Pa”. At one point they toss the pig back and forth like a football (a sign of the pig’s future?). Naturally, they manage to defeat their hillbilly rivals and restore the pig to his rightful place at the table (not on it!).
Regular 8mm Sound/ b & w  / complete 200-foot release / L.N shape ......$15
Regular 8mm  / b & w /silent version /  200-foot reel edition from Castle Films ./ mint orig. box.......................$8.

PINOCCHIO COMES TO LIFE from Walt Disney's animated classic, Gepetto, a woodcarver, wishes upon a star for a real boy. The good fairy grants his wish by giving life to his little wooden marionette.
Super 8mm / Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition / original box ....L.N. shape........................$15.

POET AND PEASANT OVERTURE
This Walter Lantz cartoon compares favorably with any of the great, zany musical parodies by Warners, Disney, etc. This break-necked paced cartoon shoot outrageous sight-gags and bits of business too numerous to mention. It stars Andy Panda, who emerges from the conductor's pit (actually a well) with long haired wig that has a frog underneath! The animals play with ferocious dedication to the conductor to the point of aggravating each other in a wild series of events. No plot, no villain, just a classic piece of music set to slapstick comedy. A few jazz-swing interpolations creep into this piece until Andy restores the music.
Regular 8mm Sound/ b & w  / complete 200-foot release / L.N shape / mint original box......$15

 

POLAR PEST featuring Chily Willy
This Walter Lantz cartoon features the distinctive voice of Dawes Butler as a zoo employee who, when a penguin escapes, is forced to go to the artic to catch a new one to replace the vacancy. The majority of the cartoon consists of the bumbling fellow trying to catch Chili Willie and being out smarted by him as well as Wally Walrus as well. By the conclusion, he is dressed as a penguin and winds up in the zoo cage billed as a "talking penguin" as he tells the gawking kids to "get lost!".
16mm Sound / b & w /box cover repro is for illustration only / complete theatrical length cartoon by Castle Films / used shape with normal wear but runs clean and smooth,......$20.
Super 8mm / b & w  / complete 50-foot headliner / L.N shape / mint original box......$4

 

 

POPEYE TOY CARTOONS
complete Popeye cartoons are listed alphabetically throughout this pag

 




SNOWBALL BATTLE  featuring Popeye the Sailor
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
16mm  / b & w /silent /100-foot digest from Exclusive Movies /  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$10

TRAIN BUSTER
featuring Popeye the Sailor
Adapted from Popeye's first cartoon, it opens with Betty Boop and Popeye dancing until Olive Oyl need rescuing.
16mm  / b & w /silent /100-foot digest from Exclusive Movies /  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$10

THE STRONG MAN featuring Popeye the Sailor
Adapted from Popeye's first cartoon, it opens with Betty Boop and Popeye dancing until Olive Oyl need rescuing.
16mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Exclusive Movies /  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

CIRCUS MAN featuring Popeye the Sailor
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
Regular 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Atlas Film/  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

INDIAN FIGHTER featuring Popeye the Sailor
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
Regular 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Atlas Film/  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

FOOLING THE HYNOTIST featuring Popeye the Sailor
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
Regular 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Atlas Film/  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

SPOOKY BUSINESS featuring Popeye the Sailor
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
Regular 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Atlas Film/  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

HORSE LAUGH featuring Popeye the Sailor
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
Regular 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Atlas Film/  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

SWEA-PEA THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS featuring Popeye the Sailor
This is an Atlas Films silent adaptation of the complete theatrical cartoon with title cards and is one of the rare issues in color by this normally cut-rate outfit. Popeye is off to play gold and Olive is going to a card game. Eugene the Jeep is supposed to take care of Swea-Pea. From here on is a variation of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass from the Lewis Carroll classics.. It's not exactly "Wackeyland" but it's close!
Super 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Ken Films / excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$15

SKELETON SCHOONER featuring Popeye the Sailor
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
Super 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Ken Films / excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

TREASURE HUNT
featuring Popeye the Sailor
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
Regular 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Atlas Film/  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

FREE LUNCH featuring Popeye the Democrat
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
Regular 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Atlas Film/  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

NURSE MAID featuring Popeye the Sailor
Toy film adaptation from the original theatrical cartoon.
Regular 8mm  / b & w /silent /50-foot digest from Atlas Film/  excellent shape, no splices / orig.box.........$8

POPEYE MEETS HERCULES
This is not one of the Fleischer specials, though it sounds like it could be. This Famous Studios production takes place in the ancient Greek times with thousands of people attending an athletic event at a coliseum. Even the ancient Greek gods are watching from the clouds above (watch as one of them pulls a Stan Laurel gags and lights his cigar with his thumb! Only it's a miniature bolt of lightning instead of a flame!) Popeye and Olive are spectators and Bluto is cast as the muscular great Hercules. He challenges anyone out there to match his feats of strength and, of course, Popeye answers that challenge with a series of stunts fighting lions and elephants. The "P.C." wackos will hate this part of the cartoon! In typical mythological style, Popeye is hit so far he lands on the moon. (Any signs of Alice Kramden?) Popeye "prays" to the goddess of spinach who brings him his "fix" and off goes Popeye to beat Hercules down to a small midget!
16mm Sound / Color (Fuji stock) / original Paramount opens and closes/ used but quite good with only a few non intrusive splices..................$55.

POPEYE MEETS SINBAD 
starring Popeye the Sailor
This is one of the Popeye "Specials" that was made in Technicolor and proved to be very popular with the public. The three dimensional multi-plane effect employed by the Fleichers is stunning.
16mm / Sound
Color KODAK SP / near mint a.a.p. TV original................$279.00
POPEYE MEETS ALADDIN
starring Popeye the Sailor
This is one of the Popeye "Specials" that was made in Technicolor and proved to be very popular with the public. The three dimensional multi-plane effect employed by the Fleichers is stunning.
 
The story of Aladdin is portrayed by Popeye and Olive Oyl here. It all begins when an evil sorcerer coaxes Aladdin (Popeye) to a dangerous cave to retrieve the magic lamp. When he retrieves the lamp, the sorcerer tries to trap Aladdin in the cave, but drops the lamp in first. When the lamp is rubbed, a magic genie pops out and grants Aladdin a wish of being a prince to fall in love with the beautiful princess (Olive Oyl). But now the evil sorcerer has kidnapped the princess and sends evil monsters after Aladdin, but with the help of his spinach power, he can put the trouble right.
16mm / Sound Color KODAK SP / near mint a.a.p. TV original................$279.00
POPEYE MEETS ALI BABA & THE 40 THIEVES
starring Popeye the Sailor
This is one of the Popeye "Specials" that was made in Technicolor and proved to be very popular with the public. The three dimensional multi-plane effect employed by the Fleichers is stunning.
16mm / Sound
Color KODAK SP / near mint a.a.p. TV original................$279.00
 

 

PENNY ANTICS  (1955)
starring Popeye the Sailor
The scene is a nostalgic penny arcade with Bluto and Popeye running competing movie flicker peep-show arcades. With customers scarce, they both seize on Wimpy as a customer. Dragging Wimpy from one arcade to the other, they each "loan" Wimpy a penny to watch the flickering adventures of Popeye in scenes from his past cartoons.
16mm / Sound
Color KODAK SP / near mint a.a.p. TV original................$79.

PHYSICAL FITNESS & GOOD HEATH  (Disney animated instructional cartoon)
Part of a series by Upjohn to educate children about good health and exercise with songs and the usual Disney animation gags.
16mm / Sound
Color  / used with a few short sprocket repairs, runs fine...........(W. S.)...........$8.

PIPEYE, PUPEYE, POOPEYE AND PEEPEYE  (1942)
Popeye is taking care of his four "nephews" who are spoiled, recalcitrant little bastards. They refuse to eat their spinach which really crushes Popeye who tearfully resigns himself to spanking the little brats for their own good. They reluctantly eat their spinach and get so strong and built up so fast (faster than Barry Bonds even!) that they beat the crap out of Popeye!

16mm / Sound / b & w / complete theatrical cartoon / a. a. p. original / L.N shape...............................$65.

POP-ALONG POPEYE
  (1952)
There's something to offend every weeny activist out there in this cartoon. The animal rights wackos won't like it when Popeye beats the crap out of a steer, the cigarette Nazis will be outraged at Bluto's cigarette smoking (as well as Popeye's pipe!), the feminazis will be complaining that there is no female character (not even Olive Oyl!) in this cartoon. On Popeye's ranch, he is trying to get his "nephews" to eat spinach. They, of course, don't want to "eat it" so Popeye tells a tale of how he began as a dude who applied for work as a cow puncher at Bluto's ranch. Naturally he is subjected to all sorts of practical jokes before taking his usual spinach "fix" and knocking hell out of everyone in sight. The three nephews (didn't there used to be four?) try to see if they can tame a wild bucking bronco without spinach and the wild horse takes Popeye on a wild ride and the nephews must eat the spinach to save Popeye.

16mm / Sound / b & w / Vg shape TV original (fades out with no end title)..............(W. S).......................$20.

PUDDLE PRANKS
starring Flip the Frog
Flip and his girl friend are off for a ride in the country when a big-billed pelican decides they would make a great lunch. They elude him for a while but wind up under water and the pelican follows them down below. They hide out from him until they can safely escape.
Super 8mm Sound  / b & w / complete theatrical cartoon - 200-foot-reel edition  from Blackhawk Films / used shape , some projection wear but no splices.....$10

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PUSS 'N BOOTS (1922) Walt Disney cartoon
In May 1922, Walt Disney formed his own company. With a staff including Ub Iwerks, Hugh Harmon and Rudolph Ising. "LaughO-Gram Films, Inc." was soon advertising a series of six modernized fairy tales done in animation.  Puss in Boots is one of the few existing cartoons from his Kansas City period.
Super 8mm / b & w / silent /400-foot reel from Blackhawk with historical introduction / ......$20.

PUSS IN BOOTS (1922) Ub Iwerks cartoon
Iwerks was also known as Ub Iwerks, A.S.C.  The person, Ubbe Ert Iwerks was a two-time Academy Award winning American animator, cartoonist and special effects technician, who was famous for his work for Walt Disney. He formed his own cartoon studio in the 1930's before eventually returning to Disney studios.
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot reel from Castle Films / mint original box......$15.

 

PRINCESS AND THE DRAGON
This is a stop-motion animation version of the children's fairy tale.
16mm / Sound / b & w / complete edition 1-reeler
(approx  350')...............20.

PROBLEM PAPPY  (1941)
When Popeye checks in on his pappy, who sleeps in a rowboat as a bed, he discovers that he's gone off somewhere. Popeye sets out to find his wayward father. "His second childhood is making an old man out o' me" grumbles Popeye. After searching all over town, he discovers his pappy has taken a as a flag pole sitter on a sky scraper. Naturally, Popeye tries to get the recalcitrant Pappy to come down but the stubborn old coot keeps sabotaging Popeye's efforts. Pappy's bravado soon turns to panic when an electrical storm starts hitting the flagpole and Popeye must come to the rescue. This time, his use of spinach gives him the strength to battle the lightning bolts as they come at  him. Another nice variation on the series as there is not Bluto, no Wimpy and no Olive. Only some fun sight gags and Pappy being a pest!
16mm / Sound / b & w / complete theatrical length cartoon / near mint a. a. p. original.........................$79.

PLAYFUL PELICAN featuring Andy Panda
Andy Panda anchors a pesky pelican in the deep , only to find, too late, that it had laid an egg aboard ship. When baby pelican hatches and hungrily gulps a frog, things really start to hop. (That's Castles' description, not mine).
Super 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot reel edition / .............................Sold pending payment

PLUTO SAVES THE DAY - A Walt Disney home movie release.
regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel version / no box / G-Ex shape............$5.

POP GOES THE WEASEL  (Warner Bros. 1953)
starring Foghorn Leghorn
16mm Sound / Color - Kodak SP / complete theatrical cartoon / Ex-LN shape..............$55.

PRESTO CHANGO   (Warner Brothers cartoon)
This late 30's Warner Brothers cartoon is notable as having one of the earliest incarnations of what would evolve into Bugs Bunny. Here, a mysterious rabbit fools them with magical trickery.
Super 8mm / Sound / Color ................$15.

PUP'S PICNIC
Sero-Crest cartoon release of a Rudolph Ising cartoon. Two playful pups, while at a family picnic, wander off into the woods and get caught up in a fox hunt with a batch of dogs, galloping horses and a fox who menaces the pups while he evades the hunting dogs. Film has some brown specs in the early sequences otherwise in good shape.
16mm 
/ b & w / silent 400-foot-reel edition from Serio-Crest...................Vg condition.....$15.

 

   



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RABBIT STEW 
Eric Porter Studios
A farmer tries all sorts of traps and gunplay to capture a pesky rabbit. Full of bizarre impossible gags, the chase ends at the pearly gates with the farmer still after the rabbit!

Super 8 sound / Color - / 200-foot reel version from Blackhawk Films........................................$10.

RAGGETY ANN AND RAGGETY ANDY

A Max Fleischer  released by N.T.A. home movies
A seniorita named Chiquita Pepita Juanita O'Flannigan comes between Raggedy Andy and Raggedy Ann as the two go to "Glovers' Lane" while Raggedy Ann goes to the Castle of Names to mend her broken heart. Meanwhile, the bitch ditches Raggedy Andy and he goes to  Ann and declares his love for her, mending her broken heart and the wedding is on. In this case, they literally get spliced or stiched together by a sewing machine which mends thend hands together forever.
Regular 8mm / b & w /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from N. T. A. Films / original Raggedy Ann -N.T.A. box box.............$8.

REBEL RABBIT  (Warner Bros. 1949)
 starring Bugs Bunny

Robert McKimson directed this fast-paced zany cartoon as Bugs is miffed at the fact that there is only a 2-cent bounty on rabbits so he goes to Washington to get to the bottom of this. It seems rabbits are harmless, fuzzy little creatures that don’t do any damage so Bugs decides to become public menace number one. He does everything from filling up the Grand Canyon to drying up Niagara Falls, tying up the railroads and creating all sorts of crazy situations that finally has congress putting a one million dollar bounty of Bugs! Could it be he went too far?
Beautiful KODAK SP COLOR original / few splices that don’t affect continuity / used but top shape with minimal signs of use
16mm / Color Kodak SP / Sound / 400-foot reel  / Ex shape............................................$85.

THE RELUCTANT DRAGON
A Walt Disney Production
A young boy brokers a deal between a  poet reciting dragon and an aging Knight who is a professional dragon-slayer.
16mm Sound  /
Color /  Eastman stock-Color hues very good / approx 800-feet /   Vg-Ex shape................................$35.

THE RESCUERS - THE RESCUE
- After finding the "Devil's Eye" diamond for her evil captors, little Penny is rescued by the brave mice, Bernard and Bianca. To assure her escape, Penny's "swamp critter" friends ignite a storehouse of fireworks-filling the mysterious Devil's Bayou swamp with light and laughter.
Super 8mm Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition / original box / Ex-L.N. shape .....................$10.

ROBIN HOOD MAKES GOOD -
Warner Bros. Cartoon
Three squirrels read a book about Robin Hood and decide to enact the story only to have a Fox enter the scene! Eastman color shows some blues & yellows and has average density. Ex-L.N. condition with no splices.

Super 8 Sound /
Color
200-foot reel edition/ ...................................$12.

ROLLING STONES  A Paul Terry Terrytoon
This 1930's era Terrytoon has an almost Fleischer-esque quality to it as two hobo dogs traveling on a train (or under it as most tramps did) singing a snappy train song about them being two "rolling stones" traveling randomly anywhere. They end up at a dog show where a variety of dogs perform. A French poodle sings a song, a Scotty plays the bagpipes, an English bulldog touts his virtues in rhythm. A variety of female dogs dressed like show girls strut their stuff  but the two hobo dogs, disguised with a long rug as a dachshund, win the cup full of money and run off with it (presumably to purchase a private train car to travel in!).
16mm Sound / b & w / complete theatrical cartoon from Castle Films /  maybe a splice or two otherwise Ex-L.N. shape.........$20.

A ROYAL GOOD TIME
starring The Little King
The Little King visits a carnival and circus where he encounters a variety of attractions including a juggler, a sword swallower, a fortune teller, the Circus Fat Lady, a rubber man and ends up in the mouth of a hippo playing cards!

16mm  / b & w /silent /400-foot edition from Official Films /  excellent shape ..............$10





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SADDLE SILLY 
directed by Chuck Jones
The old Pony Express is parodied with a variety of gags, puns and funny situations as a pony express rider braves the Indian territory with his horse, who is not as brave at times.
16mm Sound /
Color Eastman / complete cartoon  / original titles / faded Eastman color otherwise Ex -L.N. shape....(JD)........$15.

SCRUB ME MAMA WITH A BOOGIE BEAT  (Walter Lantz Cartoon)
This popular 1940's era song was set to an animated cartoon by Walter Lantz as a part of his "Swing Symphony" series of cartoons that employed a lot of boogie woogie and swing music.
16mm Sound /b & w / full theatrical length cartoon from Castle Films  / very nice shape............$80.

SELF-MADE MONGREL
A Max Fleischer Color Classic released by N.T.A. home movies.
A rich dog moves into a huge mansion with some funny gags in this cartoon. Some projection wear evident but appears splice free.
Regular 8mm / Color - Eastman stock-fading  /silent / 200-foot-reel edition from N. T. A. Films / orig Cartoon Carnival box./............$8.

SEVEN WITH ONE BLOW
Voices by Hans Conried and June foray
When the little tailor kills seven annoying flies with one whack of his yardstick he decides he built for better things than sewing clothes so he has a metal breastplate made reading "Seven with one blow". Using guile he bluffs a giant into thinking he's strong and eventually cons his way into marrying the King's daughter but must continue to con his way past a conspiracy to kill him. He winds up ruling the kingdom based on a series of tricks and bluffs. No his name isn't Obama!
16mm Sound
/ Color -Eastman stock / complete cartoon from Churchill Film /  used shape..........(W. S.)................$8.

SIMPLE SIMON

Ub Iwerks version of the old fairytale.
The person, Ubbe Ert Iwerks was a two-time Academy Award winning American animator, cartoonist and special effects technician, who was famous for his work for Walt Disney. He formed his own cartoon studio in the 1930's before eventually returning to Disney studios.
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel version / original box  (tape stain)/ G-Ex shap...$6..

SINBAD THE SAILOR - Castle Films  home movie release.
Sinbad's ship is pursued and boarded by pirates! Sinbad with clever tricks escapes a terrible fate and also makes the adventure pay off. He gets away with the pirates treasures!The person, Ubbe Ert Iwerks was a two-time Academy Award winning American animator, cartoonist and special effects technician, who was famous for his work for Walt Disney. He formed his own cartoon studio in the 1930's before eventually returning to Disney studios.
16mm  / b & w / silent / 100-foot-reel version "Headliner edition"  / no box /  G-Ex shape............$5..

Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel version / original box / G-Ex shape............$8.

SINBAD THE SAILOR
- Atlas Films  home movie release.
Sinbad's ship is pursued and boarded by pirates! Sinbad with clever tricks escapes a terrible fate and also makes the adventure pay off. He gets away with the pirates treasures!
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 50-foot-reel version / original box / G-Ex shape..............$3.
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel version / original box / G-Ex shape............$6..

SLEEPING BEAUTY - The Prince & the Dragon -
From Walt Disney's feature SLEEPING BEAUTY, this exciting story shows Prince Phillip coming to the rescue of the beautiful princess who was put to sleep by the wicked fairy. To save the princess he must defeat the dragon who is the evil fairy in disguise.

Super 8mm Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition from Walt Disney Home Movies / original box / L.N. shape ........$10.

SNIFFLES BELLS THE CAT
Warner Brothers cartoon featuring a recurring mouse character named "Sniffles". In this entry, a troublesome cat pounces on the mice taking them by surprise so they come up with the strategy that a bell placed on the cat's neck will give them due warning of the approaching feline menace. Sniffles is elected to do the chore since it was his idea and the nervpus mouse engages in a series of chase routines before the cat is belled.
16mm Sound
/ Color -Fuji stock / complete theatrical cartoon from Warners /  Ex-L.N. shape..........(W. S.)......$45.

SNUFFY SMITH & BARNEY GOOGLE   in "THE HAT"
Snuffy, Barney and Louise are stranded in the big city with no money for a mule and a wagon until a pair of gangsters offer to buy them one if they will just deliver a note and a satchel to the nearby bank. Of course, it's a robbery and the chase is on.
16mm Sound / Color / complete theatrical cartoon from King Features /  Ex-L.N. shape. tad faded so priced accordingly...(W .S.).....$15.

SNUFFY SMITH & BARNEY GOOGLE
  in "SNUFFY'S SONG"
16mm Sound / Color / complete theatrical cartoon from King Features /  Ex-L.N. shape. tad faded so priced accordingly...(W. S.)......$15.

 

SNOW WHITE & THE 7 DWARFS - The Dwarf's Dilemma -
When Grumpy refuses to wash before dinner, the other dwarf's gang up on him and splash! This most delightful excerpt is from the feature-length Academy Award-winning Walt Disney feature.

Super 8mm Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition / original box / L.N. shape ........$10.

SODA SQUIRT
Flip the Frog opens up a soda shop and a variety of celebrities show up including Laurel and Hardy, Mae West, The Marx Brothers, Joe E. Brown, Buster Keaton, Lionel Barrymore and Jimmy Durante. A delegate from San Francisco shows up swishing his handkerchief and Flip mixes him a "Mickey" that turns the fruitcake into "Mr. Hyde" as he acts up and scares everyone away!
Super 8mm Sound  / complete theatrical cartoon - 200-foot-reel edition  from Blackhawk Films / L.N. shape ........................$20.

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SOFT BALL GAME  
When Oswald the Rabbit's baseball team, the "Tornsox" meet the Jungle Giants, his team falls behind 67 to 0. They stage a ninth inning rally! It's one for the book!

Regular 8mm /b & w / silent / / 200-foot-reel edition / original box / L.N. shape ........$10.

STAGE STRUCK
starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck
Donald Duck is the subject of quite a few pranks by Mickey and a vaudeville house full of mischievous mice in the audience. Donald is definitely out numbered!
16mm  / b & w / silent / 50-foot-reel version "Headliner edition"  / original Cineart box /  Ex shape............$10.

STARS ON MARS
featuring Peter Potamus

Regular 8mm/ b & w / silent / 50-foot "headliner" from Columbia Films/ orig. box..................$3.


STREAMLINED DONKEY

An unusual tales about Danny the Donkey who is full of energy and playfulness. He has no worries yet and refuses to be stubborn and slow as his tired mother preaches. She even runs a movie on a screen to show the young donkey how to be uncooperative. He dismisses all this and leaves home. Meanwhile, his tired old mother is commandeered by a ruthless miner and saddled with everything and nearly worn out by the burden. The young donkey, sees what is happening to his mother and boots the miner over a cliff and restores his mother to a relaxing life in the water trough! 
16mm  / b & w / silent / 400-foot-reel version from Official Films / Ex shape............$10.

SUMMERTIME
This fable shows the struggle in nature as winter yields to spring and summer. The soundtrack, synchronized with the animated flowers, trees and animals of summer, consists of a variety of classical tunes, climaxing in the famous "Can-Can" music. Old Man Winter isn't willing to give up his reign, despite the blistering assault of the sun and the desires of polo-playing centaurs and various other classical figures of spring. Old Man Winter creates a terrifying hand shadow to scare the playful groundhog back inside. At length, Winter is subdued by a raging squadron of fireflies.
Super 8mm Sound / Color / 200-foot-reel edition  from Blackhawk Films / L.N. shape ........................$10.

SWORD IN THE STONE - DUEL OF THE WIZARDS - Young Prince Arthur is changed into a bird by Merlin the Magician, and hawk chases him into the clutches of the terrible wizard, Mad Madam Mim. Using unique wizard warfare, Merlin and Mim fight a wizard's duel and transform themselves into fantastic animals. This comic contest comes to an end when Merlin outwits the terrible Mad Madam Mim.
Super 8mm Sound
/ Color / 200-foot-reel edition / original box / L.N. shape ........................$10.





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TALL TIMBER TALE 
starring the Terry Bears

Mama Bear is busy cooking dinner in the boiling pots on the fireplace but runs out of wood. She sends Pa out to chop some kindling for the fire. The energetic Terry Bears rush out with a tooth saw and cut down a whole tree which, of course, lands on Pa! Hot tempered Pa wastes more time punishing the bears than concentrating on what he's doing including chopping down a tree with a bee hive in it! A wild ride on a motor boat ensues during their escape from the bees! Preview attractions on this reel include The Little Rascals in a spook house, Might Mouse vs. Frankenstein's Cat and Rodan the Flying Monster.
Super 8 / b & w / silent / 200-foot reel complete version from Ken Films / no box./ F shape, some projection lines.............................$3.


TEXAS TOM  
Tom & Jerry M.G.M. cartoon

Super 8 sound / Color - - 50' version........................................$5.

THE THREE LITTLE PIGS   A Walt Disney Cartoon
This is the complete theatrical cartoon from Disney's Buena Vista rental library with a special Academy Award mention prior to the actual opening original titles. The story is familiar and the animation first rate as always. The film stock is 3M with some fading though most of the colors are there, the black levels have gone brown but the overall balance of the film looks as close to normal as one could expect from a 3M print of this age. Not the usual beet red or faded pink but it's not vivid I.B. either.
16mm Sound / Color /complete theatrical cartoon / approx. 400-feet / Ex shape...............(J.D.).........................$30.

THEM NOT SO DRY BONES

A School House Rock animated cartoon of the old song standard "Dry Bones" set to modern era style showing  how our bones hold our bodies together and what to do to keep our bones healthy. Nice educational cartoon.
16mm Sound  / Color - Eastman stock  fair color /approx 200-feet / some lines but Vg shape.....(W. S.)..................$8.

TIN CAN TOURIST

A Paul Terry cartoon
16mm  / b & w /silent /400-foot release from Castle Films..........................$8.

TOONERVILLE TROLLEY "Happy Days"
starring Pinhead and the gang
The gang doesn't want Pinhead around while they dig for worms to go fishing. They can't find worms but Pinhead does when a golfer keeps chipping up dirt full of worms! The gang are distracted by a used car salesman who sells them a wreck for 50 cents. The gang are in for a wild ride through the cit and country before they wind up in the river with the car at the bottom as Pinhead emerges from the water with a huge 80-punf mackerel!

Super 8mm Sound / Color still very good /  complete theatrical cartoon on a 200-foot-reel /some minor projection wear but splice free....................$15.

TO DUCK OR NOT TO DUCK

starring Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
When Elmer brings down Daffy  while hunting, the outraged duck challenges Elmer to a "fair fight" in the boxing ring. Of course, the referee and judges are all ducks! Elmer is his usual patsy self as Daffy makes a fool of him. at least until the end!

Super 8mm / Color / Sound / 200-foot-reel edition from Niles Films.....................$15.

TOM TOM THE PIPER'S SON  (Paul Terry Terrytoon)
The 1930's era children's cartoon is a musical tribute to various fairy tales for children. Tom saves Humpty Dumpty with his magical flute, the rescues the pussy in the well, swings Jack & Jill , grows Little Bo Peep and her sheep and gets it on with Mary (quite contrary) in her garden before moving on. Love 'em and leave 'em, Baby!
16mm Sound / B & W / complete cartoon from Castle Films / Vg shape, few splices otherwise like new.............$20.

TOM, TURK AND DAFFY 
starring Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
Porky is out to hunt a turkey for his Thanksgiving feast. The desperate turkey (whose voice is probably Billy Bletcher's) seeks to be hidden by Daffy who at first cooperates. When Porky describes the feast he had planned, Daffy reverts to his weaker side and turns stool pigeon! The turkey turns the tables on Daffy and now Porky is after Daffy! Now it's Daffy begging the turkey to hide him!
16mm Sound /
Color Fuji stock / complete cartoon  / original titles / Porky comes out of the drum at the end also! / L.N print.............$55.

THE TORTOISE & THE HARE   A Walt Disney Cartoon
This is the complete theatrical cartoon from Disney's Buena Vista rental library. The story is familiar and the animation first rate as always. The film stock is 3M with some fading though most of the colors are there, the black levels have gone brown but the overall balance of the film looks as close to normal as one could expect from a 3M of this age. Not the usual beet red or faded pink but it's not vivid I.B. either.
16mm Sound / Color /complete theatrical cartoon / approx. 400-feet / Ex shape.............(J. D.)...........................$30.

TOT WATCHERS 
starring Tom & Jerry
This was originally a scope cartoon but this version is a pan-and-scan for television.
16mm / Sound Color /  complete theatrical length cartoon somewhat faded........(J.D..)............$15

TOYLAND BRADCAST
Hollywood celebreties from radio including Fred Allen, Kate Smith and The Mills Brothers populate this engaging cartoon.
Regular 8mm /b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Pictoreels / mint orig box./............$12.
 


TOYLAND ADVENTURES
( original title "A Toytown Tale" Van Bueren Studios (Jan 4, 1931)
  The setting is a toy store after hours. A rather primitively drawn stick figure mouse is exploring the various toys in the store. He looks rather coincidentally like Mickey Mouse (the allegedly owned property of Uncle Walt's company)
   He lets another mouse in that wears a ribbon bow around the neck so I guess it's his girl friend! (At least Minnie wore a dress once in a while!) Together they play with the various toys like a roller coaster. A prowling cat who looks like he hasn't eaten anything in months prowls after the mice and they engage toy soldiers to combat the menace. The mouse then sings "Good night Sweetheart" on a toy piano to her.   
  Titles are generic so no way to tell what company released this cartoon, though Official Films may have been the original distributor of this cartoon on the home movie and rental markets. Thanks to Bruce Dodd for original title information!
16mm Sound / B & W /400-foot reel edition / used shape, few splices otherwise ok...........$25.


THE TOY SHOP
starring Scrappy
16mm  / b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel version from Exclusive Movies  / original box /  Ex shape............$10.

THE TWISKER PITCHER
starring Popeye the Sailor
The big Baseball game between Popeye’s team and Bluto’s. When Popeye drops his can of spinach, Bluto eats it for strength and replaces the spinach with grass! He gets the best of Popeye as his pitches take on all sorts of wild sight gags only a cartoon could carry off. Popeye plants some spinach seeds, grows the spinach and eats it in time to clobber enough homers to win the game.
16mm/ Sound    / b & w / a.a.p. TV original  /complete theatrical cartoon /  mint shape.......................$75






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UNCLE TOM'S BUNGALOW
  starring Topsy, Eva, Uncle Tom, Liza and the hounds
This is one of the famous banned eleven cartoons from the Warners package. Actually, it's a parody of the old Uncle Tom's Cabin play with some updated gags such as an ice machine to spit out blocks of ice and gags about social security and swing era "truckin'" to the music. The "used slave" market bit is probably what gives this cartoon an infamous rating even though everything is based on historical fact.
16mm Sound / b & w of a color / Ex-L.N. shape..................(JD).....................$65.

UGLY DUCKLIN'
  starring Popeye the Sailor
Popeye is reading a story to Swee Pea about how he was an homely kid and the children wouldn't play wit him. He leaves town and goes to sea but winds up on "Goon Island" where the Goons adopt him and raise him with love and care. As a full grown man, Popeye is given a song to sing ("I'm Popeye the Sailor man...") and sent back to civilization where , as an adult, he settles an old score with Brutus (Bluto).
16mm Sound / b & w / used but good shape, last notes of end title up-cut, otherwise Ex.........................................$20.
 


THE UGLY DUCKLING 
Walt Disney Cartoon
This is the complete theatrical cartoon from Disney's Buena Vista rental library. The story is familiar and the animation first rate as always.
The film stock is 3M with some fading though most of the colors are there, the black levels have gone brown
but the overall balance of the film looks as close to normal as one could expect from a 3M print of this age.
 Not the usual beet red or faded pink but it's not vivid I.B. either.
16mm Sound / Color /complete theatrical cartoon / approx. 400-feet / Ex shape......(.J.D.)....$30.


 

UPSWEPT HARE  - starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
This time, Elmer is only hunting rare flowers and when he digs up a rare specimen with the surrounding dirt, he also brings back Bungs Bunny to his penthouse apartment. The next morning, Bugs awakens in a new place and Elmer is not amused. Bugs challenges Elmer to a contest to see who is the better man. Of course, Bugs doesn't shoot as well, or jump as well but he manages to win over poor Elmer in the end! Beautiful color balance, nice sharp original. One inconsequential splice, otherwise near mint condition with original Warner logos and titles.

16mm / Color Kodak SP / Sound / 400-foot reel  / Ex shape............................................$95.

 


VOICE OF THE NIGHTENGALE
with Nina Star in "Prisma Color". Winner of the Hugo Reisenfeld Medal for short subjects 1925. Ladislas Starevitch, a Pole, animated his very first film in 1913 for Czar of Russia's offspring. Using fantastic puppets, lovingly constructed of cloth and paper-masche and wire, he photographed them painstakingly frame-by-frame like cartoons. Starevitch's puppet films, too little known, are the most amazingly intricate of all movie animation. Surely he is the master of this field. Upon the heels of the Russian Revolution of 1917, Starevitch, along with other film makers, fled to France. There he built a small studio at Fontenay. Using only his daughter Irene as assistant, Starevitch concocted in the next years a series of small masterpieces. Many, such as "The City Rat and the Country Rat" (1927) were inspired by the animal and insect fables of La Fontaine. His one feature, The Story of Renard The Fox, was ten years in the making (1930-1940). Prizma Color, a two-color polychromeatic "Natureal" color process, was developed by one William Kelley during the frantic early race for color. Experimental work on Prizma Color began in 1912 and was completed in 1918. The best known use of it was J. Stuart Blackton's The Glorious Adventure (1922, England). Never did he employ more charm or ingenuity than in "The Voice of the nightengale" made in 1923.
Regular 8mm /
Color / silent / 200-foot-reel edition from Blackhawk / mint orig box./............$35.



 

 

 

 

WARNER BROS. a.a.p
Toy Films from the 1960's

Complete cartoons are posted alphabetically throughout this page

BIRDY AND THE BEAST
starring Tweety

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 100-foot-reel silent edition from a.a.p.Films / original box .....................$6.

EAGER BEAVER

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 100-foot-reel silent edition from a.a.p.Films / original box .....................$6.

A HORSEFLY FLEAS

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 100-foot-reel silent edition from a.a.p.Films / original box .....................$6.

I TAW A PUTTY TAT"

starring Tweety

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 100-foot-reel silent edition from a.a.p.Films / original box .....................$6.

TORTOISE BEATS HARE

starring Bugs Bunny

Regular 8mm Sound
/ Color  / 100-foot-reel silent edition from a.a.p.Films / original box .....................$10.

TWEETIE PIE

starring Tweety

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 100-foot-reel silent edition from a.a.p.Films / original box .....................$6.
 

 

WHAT IS CHRISTMAS?
Also known as "The Very best Christmas Present of All", a young boy and his dog are praying when the boy tells his pooch the story of Baby Jesus and the trek to Jerusalem along with details of the three wise men, etc. All from the perspective and dialogue of a young child. Simply animated for direct effect in the story-telling, this is a fine entry level cartoon version of the start of Christmas for young children to see.
16mm Sound / Color /original / G shape.................................(W. S.).....................$15.

WHEN MAGOO FLEW
 One of the earlier Mr. Magoo entries from UPA Studios has Magoo thinking he’s going to the movies. His myopic vision fools him and he winds up in an airport and on a plane where he wanders not only all over the plane but out onto the wing and backinside before his adventure is concluded. He doesn’t even know the danger he’s in which is part of the running gags of this series. Still thinking he is now leaving the theater, he asks when they will show the cartoon featuring a funny old man who can’t see well! Picture is a stock photo and not a scene from the print which is a sharp clean Eastman print that has, of course, turned a bit from it's original hues.
Regular 8mm Sound/ Color / Columbia-U.P.A. original titles  / Ex-LN shape / mint original box......
$15

 

WHO SCENT YOU?  Starring Pepe LePew
Chuck Jones directed this entry into the Pepe LePew series. A French cat tries to stow-away onto a luxury liner travel ship and gets some white, wt paint on her back and tail which fools Pepe Le Pew into thinking he has another skunk to make amorous advances to. After chasing all the passengers off the ship, he pursues the cat in a series of gags well up to the usual Warner Brothers standards of fast-moving cartoons.
16mm Sound / Color / Beautiful KODAK SP COLOR original / Ex to L.N. shape......................................................$65.

WINNIE THE POOH & TIGGER TOO
On an outing with Roo, Tigger "bounces" high up in a tree and can't get down. Greatly saddened because he has to give up his bouncing to get help, Tigger soon regains happiness in this adaptation from the A. A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh stories.

Super 8mm / Color / Sound / 200-foot-reel edition from Walt Disney Films.....................$15.
 

Woody Woodpecker CARTOONS

WOODY PLAYS SANTA CLAUS
starring Woody Woodpecker
Originally known as "Ski for Two", Woody drives Wally Walrus to distraction in the wintry episode.
16mm Sound / b & w / 400-foot reel  box for illustration only ; comes in a can............$25.
Super 8 sound / b&w / Castle Films release/ open missing ..............................$5.

MISGUIDED MISSEL
Woody Woodpecker

Super 8 sound / b&w / Castle Films release ..............................$12.

ACE IN THE HOLE
starring Woody Woodpecker
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.

BATHING BUDDIES

starring Woody Woodpecker
Woody lives above his landlord Wally Walrus, and drives poor Wally crazy while he's trying to take a bath.
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel version / original box / LN shape............$8.
CHEW CHEW BABY
starring Woody Woodpecker
Wally Walrus runs a boarding house and is sick of his worst tenant doing nothing but eat while refusing to pay his rent. Wally literally kicks Woody Woodpecker into the street where the mooching bird lands in a trashcan.  Woody takes out an old newspaper to look for another place only to get a better idea when he sees that the fat old Swedish boob is running a personal ad for a lady of refinement. Woody returns dressed as a tempting young blonde. Wally is thrilled. The thought bubble above his head reveals he is thinking matrimony. Woody's thought bubble shows a tub of lard. Soon, Woody is inside gobbling up as much food as possible as Wally kisses "her" ever-growing arm in the vain hope of reaching "her" cheek. Wally's matrimonial hopes prove just as vain, when Woody loses his disguise!
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel version / original box / LN shape............$8.

DIZZY ACROBAT
starring Woody Woodpecker
This is an early Woody both in terms of the artwork as well as his zany character.  Woody ears through the circus tent, gets the animals in an uproar, tricks the lion into biting his own tail when the lion bites at his hotdog, gets chased by the cops and puts the crowd into an uproar as he does trapeze stunts! He leads the cop to the high wire on a bicycle for a wild finish!
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel .....................$10.
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent /  complete  cartoon by Castle Films  / orig. box / Ex shape.................$8.

FRANKENSTYMIED  
starring Woody Woodpecker

Super 8 sound / b&w / Castle Films release ./ open missing.............................$5.

GOOFY GOLFER
Woody Woodpecker in a Castle Films headliner /

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / silent / 50' / orig. box / L.N. shape.................$5.

HOLLYWOOD MATADOR

starring Woody Woodpecker
This is one of the earliest of Woodys. Wild and crazy, he's a matador at a bullfight and frustrates the bull by tricking him repeatedly. The more he succeeds, the more enraged the bull gets much to the amusement of the crowd. By the end of the cartoon, Woody is selling fresh "bullburger sandwiches"!
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.

INVISIBLE WOODY

starring Woody Woodpecker
Buzz Buzzard owns a local deli and take pleasure in jacking up (literally) the price on foods. Woody tries to get a cart of food buy stamping a $100. bill on Buzz's hand. Through the use of some invisible ink, Woody plays assorted tricks and gags like creating a scary ghost, on Buzz to the point where he is scared into reforming his ways. Woody leaves with a cart full of groceries!
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel version / original box / LN shape............$8.

KNOCK KNOCK

starring Woody Woodpecker
The first appearence of Woody Woodpecker in this Andy Panda cartoon.
16mm Sound  / Color-Eastman stock  / complete theatrical cartoon by Universal 8 with Universal titles on  400-foot reel ............$25.
16mm  / b & w /silent / 100-foot "headliner" edition from Castle Films / mint original box.......................$10.

PANTRY PANIC

starring Woody Woodpecker
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 200-foot-reel version / original one-piece box / LN shape..............$8.
16mm  / b & w /silent / 100-foot "headliner" edition from Castle Films / mint original box............$10
REDWOOD SAP
starring Woody Woodpecker
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.

THE SCREWBALL

starring Woody Woodpecker
It's the big baseball game between the Droops and The Drips and everybody wants to watch but not necessarily pay to get in. Woody attempts to crash the ball park several ways but the cop keeps after him. Finally Woody not only gets in but winds up pitching in the game using his screwball
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.

SOLID IVORY
Woody Woodpecker vs. Buzz Buzzard pver an errant billiard ball!

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films / orig. box / L.N. shape...........$8
Regular 8mm / b & w / silent / 50-foot reel "headliner" edition by Castle Films / orig. box / Ex shape...........$4

 

PUNY EXPRESS
starring Woody Woodpecker
Woody volunteers to become a mail carrier for the Pony Express with warnings that nemesis Buzz Buzzard has killed 125 carriers already and stolen the mail pouch. Undaunted, Woody sets off and eventually Buzz Buzzard attacks. Woody is prepared for him and sends him on his way after a wild series of chases, visual puns, sight gags and wild slapstick.
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10

 


TREE MEDIC
Woody Woodpecker

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / silent / 50' "headliner" / orig. box / L.N. shape......$4
Super 8mm / b & w / silent / complete theatrical cartoon  orig. box / L.N shape......$8.

UNBEARABLE SALESMAN
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Woody Woodpecker in a Castle Films release of the Walter Lantz cartoon.
Regular 8mm
/ b & w / silent / complete theatrical cartoon  / L.N. shape...................$8
Super 8mm   / b & w / silent /  complete theatrical cartoon  orig. box / L.N shape......$8.

WHO'S COOKING WHO?
starring Woody Woodpecker
A variation on the theme of "Redwood Sap", Woody doesn't bother to store up food for the winter. Desperate, he and a wolf continuously trade places in the pot as each tries to make the other his meal. A clever series of gags as each tops the other!
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.

WOODY DINES OUT
starring Woody Woodpecker
Woody stumbles across what he thinks is a restaurant which says "we stuff birds" only to encounter a taxidermist who finds out there is a huge sum offered for a stuffed woodpecker so the chase and battle of wits is on.
16mm  / b & w /silent / complete theatrical cartoon by Castle Films on  400-foot reel ............$10.

WOLF CHASES PIG -(circa 1940's?)
Fabulous Fables series of Toy Film abridgements.

Regular 8mm
/ b & w / 100-foot-reel silent edition from Columbia Films / original box .....................$6.



X - Y - Z


YANKEE DOODLE BUGS  Warner Bros. 1954)
starring Bugs Bunny
Bugs is helping his "nephew", Clyde, with his studies of American history. This provides the format for a series of spot gags and black-out sketches as Bugs helps Ben Franklin discover electricity and George Washington become the father of his country. Of course, after the nephew returns from school, Bugs asks how he made out on his test and the disgruntled nephew puts a dunce cap on and says "does thins answer your question?" Print is in used shape, mostly thin projection lines but no serious scratches or emulsion lines. Few splices early then fine.
16mm Sound / Color - Beautiful  I. B. TECHNICOLOR stock / TV original / ..........$55.


YOU'VE GOT TO BE A FOOTBALL HERO
  starring Popeye the Sailor
Olive and Popeye are at the football game and she's rooting for Bluto's team. The jealous Popeye enlists on the opposite team. Naturally, Bluto's team is not only physically bigger and stronger than Popeye's but virtually hammers them into the ground every time they are on offense and piles on when they are on defense! Popeye gallops down the field but is always caught up with until he employs his usual spinach tactic that gives him the edge he needs to make it down field for the winning touchdown!
16mm Sound / b & w / complete theatrical cartoon original print from a.a.p. / L. N. shape............................$85.

   

ANIMATION COLLECTABLES
 

FOR SALE book on Animation in the movies
"WARNER BROTHERS ANIMATION ART"
by Jerry Beck and Will Friedwald
 (Barnes & Noble, N.Y. 2002)
This rare hard cover book contains 245 pages of photos of everything to do with Warners Animation from the beginnings to limited edition collectors items of recent years. Color plates on virtually every page of this book!
L.N. shape w/ dust cover...retail $75. on sale for $35.+ s&h

From the Warner Brothers store comes this limited edition collector plate of the legendary Michigan J. Frog in a scene from ONE FROGGY EVENING. This was the only Michigan J. Frog cartoon ever made and is still popular a half century later! Don't miss out on this gem!........$75.



 

TWEETY BIRD BRASS DOOR KNOCKER
For those of you animation cartoon buffs who would like a unique collectable comes this heavy duty brass door knocker in the character of Tweety Bird from the Warner Brothers store.
.....$45.

 

FOR SALE;
STUNNING FELT WARNER BROTHERS CHARACTERS
HAT

Here's an nice out-of-production character hat  from the former Warner Brothers stores. It was contracted by Whittall & Shon of New York. It is style 825 and features delicate beaded detailing. It is 100% wool by Doeskin felt by the Bollman Hat Company. The brim is adjustable as shown in picture.
L.N. shape with original tags...........$300.




 

FOR SALE;
Michigan J. Frog glass tumbler
Here's an nice out-of-production glass tumbler from the former Warner Brothers store..
L.N. shape .......... $5.+ s&h

FOR SALE;
Michigan J. Frog plastic cup
Here's an nice out-of-production plastic cup from the former Warner Brothers store. It is double insulated and once had water to make the stars float but the liquid has long since evaporated. It still is a nioce item though it should not be put in a dishwasher or used in a microwave oven for safety reasons. Makes a great pencil holder if you don't want to drink out of it!
L.N. shape .......... $5.+ s&h

 

FOR SALE;
SYLVESTER & TWEETY
CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT

Here's an nice out-of-production Christmas tree ornament from Hallmark.
L.N. shape with original box.............for $25.+ s&h

 

  This is by far the rarest item I've offered. Animation buffs, barber shop collectors, as well as uniform collectors will find this a must have! A family member who used to be a barber in the 1940's acquired this children's hair cutting cape which was sold exclusively to barbers and not offered on the general market as were so many other Disney items. It is, as the label on the cape says, a Martin Murray Original made by the Hollywood Uniform Company of Los Angeles. It is in excellent to near mint condition as it was not used often and has been put away these past 50 years.  It is 100 per cent Nylon with no stains, tears or repairs.
  Finally, the most unique aspect of this collectors item is that in addition to Mickey Mouse, Pluto, and the other regulars featured are two characters I've never heard of on this cape! Morty and Monty!  The images with their names are upside down from the collar area of the cape so children could look and read the names on it while their hair was being cut.$...200.

FOR SALE comic book art "ALIENS Vs. PREDATOR"(Dark Horse Comics)$20.00 e-mail for item #985
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FOR SALE comic book art "BROOKLYN DREAMS" # 1 (Paradox Press) $6.00 plus S&H e-mail re item #842
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FOR SALE comic book art "BROOKLYN DREAMS" # 2 (Paradox Press) $6.00 plus S&H e-mail re item #843
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FOR SALE comic book art "BROOKLYN DREAMS" # 3 (Paradox Press) $6.00 plus S&H e-mail re item # 844
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FOR SALE movie making book "MAKING of CASABLANCA" (Hyperion) by Aljean Harmetz - previously published as"Round Up the Usual Suspects"/ S.C./402 pgs. illustared /Ex shape / new at $13. for $7.50 +s&h
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FOR SALE comic book art "DEADMAN : LOST SOULS" (DC) by Mike Baron, Kelly Jones, Les Dorscheid /
L.N. shape / $20.00 plus S & H / e-mail for reserve on item # 982
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FOR SALE comic book art "DEATH; HIGH COST OF LIVING" (Vertigo/D.C.Comics) Hard Cover  direct edition -new sealed $25.00 plus s+h / e-mail this site for arrangements on item # 988
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FOR SALE comic book art "HELLBLAZER : Dangerous Habits" by John Constantine (DC Vertigo) L.N. shape/ S.C. / $14.95 plus S & H / e-mail for reserve on item # 990
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FOR SALE comic book art "MANY ARMORS OF IRON MAN" (Marvel Comics 1972-92) compendium of famous adventures in full color / 208 pages / Like New  First Edition /$25.00 plus shipping /
e-mail this site for item # 986
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FOR SALE comic book art "THE MASK RETURNS" (Dark Horse Comics)  L.N.$20.00 plus s+h
e-mail this site for arrangements on item #987
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FOR SALE comic book art "MAUS II: A SURVIVOR'S TALE" Art Spiegelman (Pantheon Books)
L.N. shape / $10.00 plus S & H / e-mail for reserve on item # 983
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FOR SALE comic book art "NEGATIVE BURN : Best of Year One" (Caliber 1995) edited by Joe Pruett / SC / Ex shape / $10.00 plus S & H / e-mail for resevrve on item # 837
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FOR SALE comic book art "ROBOCOP Vs. THE TERMINATOR" (Diamond 1992) story by Frank Miller, art by Walter Simpson / L.N. shape / $16.98 plus S & H  / email for reserve
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FOR SALE comic book art "SANDMAN A Game of You"(D.C. Vertigo) written by Neil Gaiman, Illustrated by Shawn McManus and others / L.N. shape / $24.95 plus S&H / e-mail re item # 980
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FOR SALE comic book art "SANDMAN Brief Lives" (DC Vertigo) by Neil Gaiman, Illustrated by Jill Thompson, Vince Locke / L.N. shape / $19.95 plus S&H / e-mail for reserve on item # 845
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FOR SALE comic book art "SANDMAN Fables & Reflections" (DC Vertigo) by Neil Gaiman / L.N. shape /
$19.95 plus S & H / e-mail for reserve on item # 981

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FOR SALE book "ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF CRIME COMICS" by Mike Benton author of The Comic Book in America (Taylor 1993) H.B. with dust cover L.N. shape $25. plus shipping / e-mail this web site for item # 1294-JK

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 FROM THE PUBLISHER
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