Private Eye Popeye gets a call from Olive Oyl to guard a precious gem. But no sooner does he get the gem than the butler takes it (and Olive). The rest of the cartoon is spent chasing the crook to Paris, the Swiss Alps, and North Africa; Popeye always gets there first, but fails to […]
Popeye is enjoying watering his patriotic garden on July 4 when he catches his nephews attempting to light fireworks. The game is on when he attempts to confiscate the fireworks and the boys strike back with edgy pranks.
This is the classic story, originally written by Johnathan Swift, about Gulliver, who washes up on the shores of Lilliput and attempts to prevent a war between Lilliput and Blefiscu over a wedding song. This musical version of the story was done by none other than Fleischer Studios, original rival to Disney and creators of Popeye and Betty […]
An inexperienced ghost tries out for a job haunting a house. Instead, he is terrorized by the interviewer.
I read somewhere this cartoon was or is banned, but I’m not sure what for. In this Betty Boop cartoon she is hosting a Halloween Party with her friend Scarecrow. Then a gorilla comes and tries to ruin the party.
Casper is unlike his supposed friends, who live to get up at night and scare people. Casper decides to leave and make some new friends, but finds out it’s a little hard to make friends as a ghost. Then he finds two children… This is the first Casper cartoon ever produced.
Clutch Cargo, featuring Sync-Vox technology! The Sync-Vox technology was a little hard for me to watch, it looks really strange, but somehow I came out of the episode enjoying it.
This an early cartoon of Washington Irving’s classic story. It tells the story of the new Schoolmaster Ichabod Crane arriving at his new station, Sleepy Hollow.
This spooooky Popeye episode has all of what you would expect, Popeye and Bluto continuously one-up each other vying for Olive’s affections.