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16mm CLASSIC 

                        

All cartoons are sound, complete and uncut

unless otherwise noted

 

Updated October 1, 2014

           

 

                      


ROGER RABBIT CARTOONS

 

                     


                                                    TRAIL MIX-UP

 

         

 

TRAIL MIX-UP- 1993, third in the Roger Rabbit series, Frantic hilarious elaborate cartoon, beautiful, Agfa color, excellent shape, ANAMORPHIC SCOPE print- running  time 8:30   $100  

CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD CARTOONS


                               

RUNAWAY BRAIN remains tucked away in the Disney vault.  Mostly because the Disney heads  don't exactly like the way  that Mickey Mouse is portrayed in this 1995 film, The cartoon 

shows Mickey Mouse's more monstrous side

             

"Runaway Brain" 1995 Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Pluto, great Halloween cartoon is Mickey’s first theatrical cartoon in 42 years, mint, gorgeous Agfa color, Runaway Brain is  loaded with inside jokes (EX: The exterior of Dr. Frankenollie's lab looks just like the home from "The Exorcist." Or that the name of the mad scientist in this movie actually pays tribute to those two Disney Legends, Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston), here's a gag that's literally on screen for just a frame or two. who's  the bird is that's tumbling out of Julius' mouth? It's Zazu from Disney's 1994 box office smash, "The Lion King." shipped on a core, Oscar nominated, 6:44 minutes- $125

                  

BOX OFFICE BUNNY  1990, Bugs, Daffy & Elmer, the first Bugs Bunny cartoon in 26 years. released for Bugs 50th birthdaySCOPE beautiful Agfa color, shipped on a core-  $85

                                                                   

CHARIOTS OF FUR 1994 The Road Runner & Coyote,  The first Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner film to be produced in over 30 years. When Warner Bros. decided to re-establish its animation department (again, and for the fourth time), it commissioned several cartoons from veteran Warner Bros. director Chuck Jones at Chuck Jones Film Productions while reorganizing the studio. This is the first of the three cartoons commissioned to Jones- $100                                           

       



    

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

How To Play Football IB Technicolor

       

 

How To Play Football- Goofy, 1944- nominated for an Oscar, is likely the best of the sports cartoons Disney did (most of them centered around the lithe, atheletic and graceful Goofy) and is a classic,

IB Technicolor print is in very good to excellent shape complete and uncut  $115.00



 

 

 



Yankee Doodle Daffy
LPP COLOR and original Looney Toons beginning and end
         
           
               

"Yankee Doodle Daffy" 1944  is  an excellent Warner Bros. cartoon starring, Daffy Duck and Porky Pig, both voiced by that magnificent "Man of a Thousand Voices," Mel Blanc,and directed by Friz Freleng. Porky is the president of Smeller Productions, and he so looks forward to his day off. He doesn't get it, though, thanks to Daffy, a severely pushy talent agent, trying to impress Porky with his brand new find, a kid duckling who only cares about his  lollipop.   Excellent   original   print    WITH BEAUTIFUL LPP LOW FADE COLOR, complete with all  original Looney Tunes beginning and end titles with Porky Pig crashing thru the drum.   $125
 



Acrobatty Bunny LPP Color

 

   

             

ACROBATTY BUNNY 1946- Robert McKimson's 'Acrobatty Bunny' is one of the director's finest shorts. . Pitting Bugs Bunny against a ferocious lion, 'Acrobatty Bunny' is fresh and funny from the outset, not to mention extremely attractive to look at. There's a classic scene in which Bugs takes a strangled elevator ride out of his hole only to emerge directly into the jaws of the lion. In a brilliant Disney parody, he

hollers "Pinocchio" down the lion's throat!     excellent original print has LPP low fade color-   $89.00

 



                    

 

 

 

I Got Plenty Of Mutton- 1944- Frank Tashlin's 'I Got Plenty of Mutton' is a great, unsung classic of a cartoon which really takes its time in laying out its story. Like Tashlin's masterpiece 'Puss 'n' Booty', the emphasis here is on character and story over gags. The character designs are great, particularly of the starving wolf who is unbearably scrawny. Print has beautiful Kodachrome color, last 30 seconds is Eastman, print is in excellent shape- $65

 



 

      

   

Buddy Of The Legion- 1935- Buddy gets hired to take care of a bookstore while the heavyset female boss leaves temporarily. When he looks at a book about the Foreign Legion, Buddy dreams he's there...good animation provided by Bob Clampett and Chuck Jones,  Original print is in very good to excellent shape- $35
 


 

            

 

 

 


      

 

   


     FOREIGN CARTOONS


LITTLE TOM THUMB  1966, Halas & Batchelor cartoon, from their 6 part cartoon, Classic Fairy Tale Series, LPP color, In original Encyclopaedia Britannica 50th Anniversary plastic can,  excellent shape- $25


              

ZUCKERKANDL! 1968, John & Faith Hubley,  A mythical philosopher holds forth his view that our aim in life is to get it without sensation and, therefore, without pain. A brilliant satire of the apathetic life. color is faded, 20 min.- $20

 

ROMANCE   1962, The Short Film Studio Prague, puppet, stop action animation short from Czech. , 15 minutes, faded color- $12


                                                 T.V. CARTOONS


                 



      

 

 

      


            

SINBAD THE SAILOR 1960, Mel-O-toons,  A New World Production Syndicated in 1960 by United Artists Television, 7 minutes, beautiful Kodachrome color, excellent shape- $20    

 

 

SINBAD THE SAILOR 1960, Mel-O-toons,  A New World Production Syndicated in 1960 by United Artists Television, 7 minutes, beautiful Kodachrome color, excellent shape- $20           


COMPLETE YOUR WARNER'S CARTOON

Package of 

1- Warners Opening  Logo

2- Titles and credits 

3- End credits

All in

Stunning IB TECHNICOLOR

All excellent shape

See below for titles

 WARNERS LOGO ,TITLES AND END TITLES

$14.00 each

Oily American

  Pest For Guests

 French Rarebit

 Here Today, Gone Tamale

Hare Brush

Muscle Tussle 

Odor Of The Day

 

Rabbitson Crusoe

Napoleon Bunny Part

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