Public Domain Movies - Cartoons

Superman: Eleventh Hour

Superman, Max Fleischer, Japan

Superman is responsible for several acts of sabotage at the Yokohama Navy Yard in Japan. Lois Lane is held hostage but Superman saves the day. Animation by William Bowsky and William Henning. Music by Sammy Timberg. Produced in 1942.

Popeye The Sailor Man: Ancient Fistory

popeye, Cinderella, olive

A Cinderella like tale in which Olive is the princess and Popeye is the prince. Bluto is the shopowner brute who bullies Olive, only to get taught a lesson by a buff, spinach-eating Prince Popeye. Animation by Al Eugster and William B. Pattengill, story by Irving Spector, scenics by Robert Connavale, and music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1952.

Spree Lunch

popeye, animation

You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

Original release date: June 21 1957
Animated by: Tom Johnson, Frank Endres
Scenics by: Joe Dommerque
Story by: Jack Mercer
Directed by: Seymour Kneitel
Final theatrical film appearances of Bluto and Wimpy.
In the Public Domain in the United States.

Shuteye Popeye

popeye, Cartoon, Animation

Popeye the Sailor snores while he sleeps, which disturbs Mouse, who is also trying to sleep. A war breaks out between Popeye and Mouse which Mouse eventually wins. Animation by Al Eugster and George Germanetti. Story by Irving Spector. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1952.

Popeye The Sailor: Big Bad Sinbad

popeye, cartoon, animation

Popeye takes nephews to the Nautical Museum and tells them a story about how he "knocked the tar out" of Sinbad, the greatest sailor in the world. Animation by Tom Johnson and William Henning. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1952.

Popeye: I Don't Scare

popeye, bluto, Cartoon

Bluto bullies Popeye and attempts to sabotage Popeye's date with Olive. Animation by Tom Johnson and Frank Endres. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1956.

Arctic Giant, The

Superman, animation

You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

Tom and Jerry: Jolly Fish

Tom and Jerry, Van Beuren Studios

Tom and Jerry go fishing. Van Beuren's "Tom and Jerry" series was renamed "Dick and Larry" in the 1950s. That's why the title card presents this cartoon as a "A Dick and Larry Carton".

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