She Was an Acrobat's Daughter is an animated short in the Merrie Melodies series, produced by Vitaphone. on April 10, 1937. This animated short was directed by Isadore Freleng and produced by Leon Schlesinger.
The Mouse That Jack Built is a 1959 "Merrie Melodie" cartoon short starring Jack Benny and the regular cast of The Jack Benny Program as mice. It was written by Tedd Pierce and directed by Robert McKimson, with music by Milt Franklyn.
Thugs with Dirty Mugs is a 1939 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Tex Avery. The title is derived from the studios' 1938 acclaimed feature film, Angels with Dirty Faces, which starred the first two. It is similar to Avery's later crime/detective-oriented cartoon, "Who Killed Who?".
Birds Anonymous is an Oscar-winning 1957 Merrie Melodies animated short, directed by Friz Freleng and written by Warren Foster, starring Tweety Bird, Sylvester and Clarence the cat. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc. The film is a lighthearted reference of 1950s melodramas about the sufferings of substance abuse and drug recovery groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
Super-Rabbit is a 1943 cartoon starring Bugs Bunny who is parodying the popular comic book character Superman. Super-Rabbit was the 16th Bugs Bunny entry, and the 47th directed by Chuck Jones. Professor Cannafraz (a Richard Haydn impression) creates a "super carrot" and uses it on his test subject – Rabbitus idioticus americanus (Bugs Bunny), who immediately wolfs down the proffered carrot. Armed with temporary superhero abilities that need to be replenished with additional super carrots, Bugs remembers a newspaper article about Texas hunter "Cottontail" Smith, who wants to hunt down all rabbits.
A Gruesome Twosome is a Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Bob Clampett and released on June 9, 1945. it stars Tweety and two cats. This is the last Tweety film directed by Clampett, following 1942's A Tale of Two Kitties and 1944's Birdy and the Beast, and the last one before he is permanently paired with Sylvester the Cat, and the last one that Tweety has no feathers. One of the cats in this cartoon is a caricature of the comedian Jimmy Durante.
No Barking is a 1954 Merrie Melodies short directed by Charles M. Jones. A mixed breed cat, Claude, searching for food is harassed by the playful antics and barking of an energetic pup, Frisky Puppy. Frisky repeatedly sneaks up behind the poor tabby cat (who hates the dog) and scares it into jumping vertically when it barks. Claude comes across to see Frisky arrives carrying a bone on his mouth and buries near the electric pole and leaves after he growls around knowing someone will steal his bone. Claude then begins to.....
Steal Wool is a 1957 American Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Chuck Jones and released by Warner Bros. Pictures featuring Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog. Mel Blanc provided for the voices of all the characters in this cartoon; however, like all Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog shorts, this short is mostly composed of visual gags. This is the fourth short featuring Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog. The title is a play on steel wool.
Hare Force is a 1944 cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series, directed by Friz Freleng and starring Bugs Bunny and an old lady. Although the title is an obvious play on Air Force, the cartoon's plot has nothing to do with the military. "As Time Goes By" is sung in this short by Sylvester the dog (not to be confused with Sylvester the cat) and Bugs at different points.
Hillbilly Hare is a 1949 produced, 1950 released Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Bugs Bunny. It was directed by Robert McKimson, with a story by Tedd Pierce and musical direction by Carl Stalling. As usual, Bugs is voiced by Mel Blanc, as is Curt Martin; an uncredited Stan Freberg and John T. Smith both voice Punkin'head Martin, and Smith also voices the jukebox square dance caller.
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears is a 1944 Merrie Melodies cartoon short directed by Chuck Jones and written by Tedd Pierce. This short marks the first appearance of Jones' dysfunctional version of The Three Bears, and is a parody of the old fairy tale, Goldilocks and The Three Bears. Mel Blanc provides the voices of Bugs and Papa Bear (for the latter using a raucous voice similar to Yosemite Sam only a little higher-pitched). Mama Bear is voiced by Bea Benaderet, while Kent Rogers voiced dim-witted Junyer. Stan Freberg is often incorrectly credited with voicing the character of Junyer. The cartoon was released four months before Rogers' death in the crash during a training flight in Pensacola, Florida, while he was in the military during World War II.
Bear Feat is a Looney Tunes cartoon released in 1949, directed by Chuck Jones and featuring The Three Bears. Junyer Bear is reading a Bugs Bunny comic on Papa Bear's newspaper and begins tickling him. Papa Bear manages to punch Junyer and slaps him in the face hard causing Junyer Bear to land on his bowl of oatmeal. Papa Bear then yells him "Eat your oatmeal!" and continues reading his newspaper. Junyer Bear cries with oatmeal on his face remarking "Pop! What I do?! What I do?!". Papa Bear notices something in the newspaper saying, "Wanted Trick bear act, Apply at Mingling Bros. Circus" and tells Mama and Junyer about it telling to need a little practice.
The Bear's Tale is a 1940 Merrie Melodies animated cartoon short, directed by Tex Avery and produced by Leon Schlesinger, featuring The Three Bears. In the opening sequence, the Cast frame quotes "Miss Goldilocks appears through the courtesy of The Mervin LeBoy Productions". This is in reference to Mervyn LeRoy, the film producer. Once upon a time, in a comical re-creation of the traditional tale, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, we see a quaint cottage where Papa Bear, Mama Bear, and Baby Bear live.
Heaven Scent (1956) is a Looney Tunes cartoon. On the French Riviera, a female cat is frightened by sudden outbursts of barking by every dog around her. So, to scare them away, she paints her back with a white stripe like that of a skunk. The dogs, on seeing her stripe, run away and hide in fright. But she doesn't receive the peace she'd expected, because Pepe Le Pew, the amorous French skunk, sees her, thinks she's a girl skunk, and tries to make love to her.
Fast and Furry-ous is a Looney Tunes cartoon, released on September 17, 1949, directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. It was later reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies cartoon. Fast and Furry-ous was the debut for Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. It set the template for the series, in which Wile E. Coyote (here given the Latin name Carnivorous Vulgaris) tries to catch Roadrunner (Accelleratii Incredibus) through many traps, plans and products, although in this first cartoon not all of the products are yet made by ACME. The title is a play on the old expression "fast and furious".
"To Hare is Human" is a 1956 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. It stars Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote. The title is a play on the expression, "To err is human; to forgive, divine." This was also the final cartoon to be made at "Termite Terrace" before the studio moved to the Burbank lot. Wile E. Coyote emerges from the cave, carrying a foldable elevator to capture Bugs Bunny. The rabbit is successfully captured by the coyote and is placed inside a sack. But Bugs is able to make some breathing room for himself by puncturing holes in the sack using his carrot. He then asks the coyote, "Ehhh, whatya got in the bag, Doc?" to which the coyote apologizes for being rude even to his breakfast. The coyote then proceeds to introduce himself through a calling card (LABEL: Wile E. Coyote, Genius, Have brain, Will travel). The rabbit comments, "Have brain, eh? Hey that must be very handy at times." Upon hearing this.....
Dough for the Do-Do is a 1949 Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring Porky Pig and directed by Friz Freleng. It is a color remake of the 1938 short Porky in Wackyland. The cartoon begins with a newspaper showing Porky traveling to Africa to hunt the rare dodo bird, worth four trillion dollars ($4,000,000,000,000), while Dodo bird says "six trillion dollars ($6,000,000,000,000)", it reads P.S.- 000,000,000 which means boosting the price to four sextillion dollars ($4,000,000,000,000,000,000). Porky uses his airplane to go to Dark Africa, then Darker Africa, and finally lands in Darkest Africa (per the route shown in the cartoon, somewhere in the vicinity of the Sudan). When Porky lands, a sign tells him that he's in Wackyland ("Population: 100 nuts and a squirrel"), while a scary voice booms out "It can happen here!" Porky enters into a surreal Dali-esque landscape and encounters many strange, weird, and oafish creatures, like a big red monster, a peacock with playing cards for feathers, a goofy creature coming out of a pot that says "Zoot" on it, etc.
Operation: Rabbit is a Looney Tunes animated cartoon first released theatrically in 1952. Directed by Chuck Jones, the cartoon features Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote in the latter character's first attempt to capture and eat the former. This was the second cartoon to feature Wile E. Coyote (following 1949's Fast and Furry-ous), and the first in which he is identified by his full name. It is also the first in which the Coyote speaks; his voice, like Bugs, was provided by Mel Blanc. The two characters would reappear together in the cartoons To Hare Is Human (1956), Rabbit's Feat (1960), Compressed Hare (1961), and Hare-Breadth Hurry (1963).
Rabbit Hood is a 1949 Bugs Bunny cartoon which parodies the Robin Hood story. Originally released on December 24, 1949, the short was directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. As usual, Mel Blanc picked up all the voice characterizations. The layouts were done by Robert Gribbroek and the backgrounds by Peter Alvarado.
This video shows you the basics of Keyframe Animation in resolve 16 by demonstrating how to zoom in on a target area with a combination of Zoom and Position Properties. You can apply the same principles to animate almost any property in resolve so keyframing animation is incredibly handy.
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Mouse Wreckers is a 1949 Looney Tunes short directed by Chuck Jones, starring Hubie and Bertie in their first pairing with the redesigned Claude Cat (an early, primordial version of the cat appeared in 1943's The Aristo-Cat). The short centers around Hubie and Bertie's attempts to move into a new home by chasing Claude out of the home. Mel Blanc voices Bertie and an uncredited Stan Freberg voices Hubie. The title is a pun on house wrecker or home wrecker, where a house is destroyed, often figuratively, by a single person. Mouse Wreckers was nominated for Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film for 1948, but lost to The Little Orphan, a Tom and Jerry cartoon which was the fifth Oscar (of seven) given to the cat and mouse team. The cartoon was loosely remade as Gopher Broke in 1958, and later as the Tom and Jerry cartoon The Year of the Mouse in 1965 (also written by Maltese and directed by Jones).
By request....Robin Hood Daffy is a 1958 theatrical cartoon comedy short, starring Daffy Duck (in the role of Robin Hood) and Porky Pig, as part of the Merrie Melodies series, directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese] It was the last of Jones' parody cartoons with the duo, and the last appearance of Porky in a theatrical cartoon directed by Jones during the Golden Age of Animation. It was also the second parody of Robin Hood directed by Chuck Jones, after the 1949 Bugs Bunny short Rabbit Hood. An edited version of Robin Hood Daffy was included in the theatrical film The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie (1979).
From A to Z-Z-Z-Z is a 1954 animated cartoon short by Chuck Jones in the Looney Tunes (reissued as Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies in 1961) series. It was released on Oct. 16, 1954. Written by Michael Maltese and produced by Edward Selzer, it was animated by Ken Harris, Lloyd Vaughan, and Ben Washam. Voice actors Dick Beals, Mel Blanc, and Norman Nesbitt were uncredited. Sources are divided whether the uncredited teacher was voiced by Bea Benaderet. The short was nominated for "Best Short Subject, Cartoons" at the 1954 Academy Awards.
Boyhood Daze is a 1957 Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring young boy Ralph Phillips. Following From A to Z-Z-Z-Z (1954), it is one of two cartoons in which he stars. The cartoon starts with a baseball going through a window, breaking it, and Ralph exclaiming: "Ohhh nooo!" His mother sends him up to his bedroom until his father gets home.
French Rarebit is a 1951 (Blue Ribbon reissued in 1960 with the original ending) animated short, directed by Robert McKimson and written by Tedd Pierce. The title is a takeoff on "Welsh rarebit", which is also known as "Welsh rabbit". In Paris, France, a delivery truck carrying a crate marked "Carrots from U.S.A." accidentally loses the crate, along with Bugs Bunny, after driving on a bumpy road. As Bugs is trying to figure out where he is, he looks at the Rue de la Paix, the Champs-Élysées, and the Eiffel Tower, he realizes where he is, and decides to "stroll down this boulevard and look over the monsewers and mademoysels" where two French chefs, Louis and François, both want to cook him as a dinner special for their restaurants, and both their dishes involve rabbits. They both spot Bugs and.....
A Bear for Punishment is a 1951 animated Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Chuck Jones and featuring The Three Bears. It was the last of The Three Bears cartoon of the classic era.The march, "Father", performed by Junior and Ma, is a special vocal written to the tune of "Frat", a long-standing cartoon staple. This is also one of few shorts where Mel Blanc doesn't provide a voice for any character in the short.
The Oily American is a 1954 animation short. Moe Hican, an Indian, has struck it rich. Oil has been found on his property, and he now owns an estate with oil rigs everywhere. Even the fountain spouts oil! His mansion is as uppercrust as any, but he prefers to live in a tepee and hunt moose, within the rooms of his vast home, which have forests of their own. Moe and his butler go on a hunting expedition, with the butler being hit with every instrument Moe uses to try to kill a pint-sized moose.
This is the final for my animation course through AnimationMentor.com. The music and sound were done by :danman87. Muchos thanks to him for doing all that. Uhm I haven't much else to say... I'm sick of looking at it. I'm glad it's done. Please note that I had a very short time limit of 30-60 seconds to fit my story into so I had to cut a lot of ideas out. I also had a short amount time allotted to me to finish this film, three months, so some of the animation is a bit rougher than I would have liked.
Bowery Bugs is a Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Arthur Davis , written by Lloyd Turner and Bill Scott, and released in mid-1949 as part of the Merrie Melodies series. This was the only cartoon animated and released in 1949. It stars Bugs Bunny (voiced by Mel Blanc, who also voices the other men in the pool hall) and Steve Brody (voiced here by Billy Bletcher), who was based on the real-life Brooklyn bookmaker Steve Brodie who claimed to have jumped off the Brooklyn Bridge.
Bully for Bugs is a 1953 Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon short. It was directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. On his way to the Coachella Valley for the "big carrot festival, therein," Bugs Bunny gets lost, and wanders into a bullring in the middle of a bullfight between Toro the Bull and a very scared matador. Bugs looks at his map and famously declares: "I knew I shoulda taken that left toin at Albukoikee". As he asks the matador for directions, the matador escapes into the stands, leaving Bugs to fend for himself against Toro.
By request ...Twice Upon a Time is a 1983 American animated fantasy comedy film directed by John Korty and Charles Swenson. It is the first animated film produced by George Lucas. The film uses a form of cutout animation which the filmmakers called "Lumage", involving prefabricated cut-out plastic pieces that the animators moved on a light table. The film features improvised dialogue and a visual blend of live-action, traditional 2D-animation and stop motion.
A Witch's Tangled Hare is a 1959 Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon short directed by Abe Levitow. In the cartoon Mel Blanc plays voice roles for Bugs Bunny and Sam Crubish, while June Foray voices Witch Hazel. The cartoon makes many references to various plays by William Shakespeare (Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and As You Like It).
Broom-Stick Bunny is a Looney Tunes short released in 1956 and directed by Chuck Jones. It is Halloween night, and Witch Hazel is concocting a batch of witch's brew. As she goes about her business, she pauses at her magic mirror and asks it who is the ugliest one of all. The genie in the mirror replies that she, Witch Hazel, is the ugliest one of all. Hazel explains to the audience that she is "deathly afraid" of getting prettier as she grows older, a fear that she initially just laughs off.....
Hyde and Hare is a 1955 Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny cartoon, directed by Friz Freleng. The cartoon pits Bugs against Dr. Jekyll, who continues to turn into Mr. Hyde. The title is a play on the expression "neither hide nor hair." Bugs comes out of his rabbit hole in a city park every morning because a kind gentleman keeps coming to feed him a carrot ("Well, here I go again with the 'timid little rabbit' routine. It's shameful, but - eh, it's a living!"). At first feigning the on-all-fours posture of a real rabbit, Bugs eventually stands up and confides that he would rather simply go home with the gentleman as a "pet", since it would be easier for both of them. As the gentleman brings Bugs home, he remarks that it is strange that Bugs calls him "Doc" because, "I happen to be a doctor." The camera then pans up to show that the name above the apartment is none other than Dr. Jekyll.
A funny animation about the worst three McJobs I had growing up! Whether the job was working as a janitor or in a kitchen, here are my best (true) McJob stories about the worst customers ever!
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Bugs Bunny's Creature Features 1992 "The Duxorcist", "Night of the Living Duck" and "Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers" are combined to form this TV special. Uploaded for TheBlueMule by request. https://www.bitchute.com/channel/thebluemule/
Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century (spoken as "twenty-fourth-and-a-half") is a 1952 Merrie Melodies color cartoon, first released on July 25, 1953, that stars Daffy Duck as space hero Duck Dodgers, Porky Pig as his assistant, and Marvin the Martian as his opponent. This cartoon marked the first of many appearances of the Duck Dodgers character.
A Modern Odyssey. Embark on a visionary journey through the fragmented unconscious of our modern times, and with courage face the Shadow. Through Shadow into Light.
“No tree, it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reach down to hell.” -C.G. Jung
Written, Directed & Produced by Lubomir Arsov Original Soundtrack “Age of Wake” by Starward Projections Composited by Sheldon Lisoy Additional Compositing by Hiram Gifford Art Directed & Edited by Lubomir Arsov ___
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Water, Water Every Hare is a Looney Tunes cartoon released in 1952 featuring Bugs Bunny and Gossamer, with a similar premise to Hair-Raising Hare. The title is a pun on the line "Water, water, everywhere / Nor any drop to drink" from the poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Scaredy Cat is a 1948 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. Porky Pig purchases a new home from a real estate agent, which turns out to be an old Gothic-style house: the sort featured in murder mysteries and ghost stories. His cat Sylvester is frightened of the creepy-looking place, but Porky finds it "quaint" and "peaceful", and looks forward to his first night there.
Claws for Alarm is a 1954 Merrie Melodies cartoon, directed by Chuck Jones. It was the second of three cartoons teaming Porky Pig and Sylvester the cat (continuing his non-speaking role as Porky's cat) in a spooky setting where only Sylvester is aware of the danger the pair are in. The other two films in the series are Scaredy Cat (1948) and Jumpin' Jupiter (1955).
Jumpin' Jupiter is a 1955 cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series starring Porky Pig and Sylvester. It is the last of a series of three horror-themed cartoons that starred the duo, with the other two being Scaredy Cat (1948) and Claws for Alarm (1954). They all had the running theme of Porky and Sylvester settling down for the night in a location that was dangerous with Porky being oblivious and Sylvester being aware and trying to alert Porky but only succeeding in annoying him. This one deals with Porky and Sylvester having to deal with aliens that land as they camp the night in a desert.
Lugh of the Tuatha Dé Danann faces Balor and the Fomorian horde in the Second Battle of Mag Tuired. This hero of the Celts who was known as Lonnbéimnech, Samildánach, Conmac, Lámfada, Macnia, Lugus to the Gauls, and Lleu Llaw Gyffes to the Welsh.
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Stan and Stomp try to figure out how to keep from being bored. While on their mission, they come across a cast of whimsical characters. Will they be able to beat boredom? Find out in the epic adventure that is Monotonous Boredom.
Note: This cartoon is old, and I've gotten a lot better at animation since. I promise.
What a coincidence! I made the animation firstly and was very confused choosing the background music for it. And my best friend showed me this song, somehow it works perfectly in every details and I love it! So, here is my 3rd try of making animation with Pencil2D. If you want to compare with my previous work, please look up other videos in my channel. I hope you with have a good laugh with this one! * There is a hidden meaning - not a lot of people can understand after the 1st time see, so, can you see it? write me a comment :P Animation, video and concept by Laven Darvi (LD) Background Music: M. Musorgskij - Balletto dei pulcini nel loro guscio Original link of the music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTENQ...
Hey guys, so I am starting to make my short animation and would love to share with you my work. This was my 2nd try of using Pencil2D. If you like it and want to see more, pls follow my channel. Thank you and enjoy! Animation, story and music made by Laven Darvi (LD)
The Invisible Mouse is a 1947 American one-reel animated cartoon and is the 33rd Tom and Jerry short directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby. The episode is a parody of The Invisible Man written by H. G. Wells. It was released on September 27, 1947. Spike makes a cameo appearance at the end.
Hello my fellow anime enthusiasts and commentary lovers and welcome back to Anime Critic Theater! In today's episode, we tackle the 1st episode of the Jigoku Shoujo/Hell Girl remake.
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Jigoku Shoujo/Hell Girl is an episodic horror anime and is not for the faint of heart (some of the deaths are fairly graphic), but you probably already know and are prepared for that if you watch anime even casually. Now, please enjoy the show! ( ‾ʖ̫‾) -Anime Critique Committee #HellGirl #Anime #Commentary
I made a tiny animation with Animator2. It's a little App from the Wacom Bamboo Dock I re-discovered this week-end(Yeah, I install a lot of stuff and then forget they're even there). So I tried to do something with it. It was quite interesting. The program is really bare bones but efficient. I think it looks cool for a first attempt.
Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost is an American animated direct-to-video comedy mystery film. The film is a continuation of the 1985 animated series The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, designed to provide resolution for the show's unfinished storyline.
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In this video i will share couple points about upcoming animated series like DMC, Assasins Creed, Gremlins animated series, Twisted metal among others that have been announced and are coming soon. Perhaps we can see lot more of this going into future, if demand rises and niche seems to be profitable among certain male and female demographics.
Justice League vs. the Fatal Five is a American animated superhero film. In the 31st century, Tharok, Persuader and Mano of the Fatal Five attack the Legion of Super-Heroes' headquarters for their time sphere. Star Boy, Saturn Girl and Brainiac 5, the only Legionnaires present, try to keep them back but fail. Just as the villains activate the sphere, Star Boy leaps at them and is taken along, Arriving in the 21st century above Earth, Star Boy triggers a...............
Here's an old flash cartoon I did around the end of 98. It's called Killer Joe, featuring a rooster named Killer Joe (design inspired by the Corn Flakes rooster Cornelius). Joe goes on a rampage, slaughtering the henhouse with his... irregularity... only to be thwarted in the end. The music is from Escaflowne, don't know the track name though, it's been ages.. someone knows. The random arab dude was supposed to be Osama bin Laden, he was all over the TV back in those days xD I just threw him in there to be random.