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Cartoon Rarities of the 1930s DVD
Cartoon Rarities of the 1930s

Cartoon Rarities of the 1930s

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TOYLAND ADVENTURE (1932): This cartoon was part of the ongoing 'Aesop's Fables' series at Van Beuren Studios. It features a great musical score, including "Goodnight Sweetheart" and "The Siamese Patrol."PUDDLE PRANKS (1931): One of the first "Flipthe Frog" productions by the Ub Iwerks Studio features Flip and his girlfriend dancing and singing in typical early '30s fashion. Iwerks, animator of the first Mickey Mouse cartoons, formed his own studio with Pat Powers in 1931.BARS AND STRIPES(1931): A great entry in the Krazy Kat cartoon series, produced by the Columbia / Mintz Studio. This series has been one of the most difficult to see, having been withdrawn from TV since the mid '60s.OLD MOTHER HUBBARD (1935): A rare Cinecolor treat, produced by the Ub Iwerks studio as part of the 'Comi-Color' series. A happy dog convinces the King to 'Cheer Up' in a nod to the FDR depression messages of the time.TIGHT ROPE TRICKS (1933): A Tom and Jerry cartoon (remamed 'Dick and Larry' TV release). Van Beuren produced the Tom and Jerry cartoons from 1931 through 1933. These Mutt and Jeff-esque characters were possibly Van Beuren's most popular cartoons.I WANNA BE A SAILOR (1936): A beautifully produced cartoon from Warner Brothers who were granted rights to Technicolor this same year, resulting in a lavish rainbow palette. Director Tex Avery went on to create some of the funniest and most memorable cartoons at both Warner Brothers and MGM.PASTRYTOWN WEDDING (1935): This wonderful Van Beuren Studio production was the first in the "Rainbow Parade" series of cartoons. It was directed by Ted Eshbaugh, an independent producer who made beautiful color cartoons into the early '30s.BIRD SCOUTS (1936): Another entry in the
Title: Cartoon Rarities of the 1930s
Genre: Animation - Childrens
Starring: Henery Hawk, Horton The Elephant, Cecil Turtle, Speedy Gonzales, Marvin The Martian, Elmer Fudd, Sniffles, 3 Bears, Sylvester, Yosemite Sam
Directors: Chuck Jones, Tex Avery, Ub Iwerks, Max Fleischer
Studio: Alpha Video
Attributes: Black & White
Release Date: 9/30/2008
Product Type: DVD
Rated: NR
UPC: 089218565495
Item #: ALP856549

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