Public Domain Movies - Cartoons

Superman: Electric Earthquake

Superman, lois lane, action comics

A mad scientist attempts to blow up Manhattan. Lois Lane investigates and Superman saves the day. Animation by Steve Muffati and Arnold Gillespie, story by Seymour Kneitel and Isadore Sparber, music by Sammy Timberg. Produced in 1942.

Popeye: Gopher Spinach

popeye, Famous Studios

From The Public Domain Movie Database: Popeye tries to rid his garden of a gopher, in the end the gopher saves Popeye from a bull.

Felix the Cat: The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg

felix the cat, captain kidd, goose

Felix's goose, who lays golden eggs, is goose-napped by none other than Captain Kidd. Felix saves the day. A nice swashbuckling cartoon. Produced in 1936.

Popeye: Parlez Vous Woo

popeye

A late Popeye cartoon, available at Public Domain Movie Torrents.

Private Eye Popeye

popeye, Cartoon, Animation

Olive Oyl is the femme fatale with a valuable, green, glowing jewel in need of protection. Popeye plays private eye and saves the day. Animation by Tom Johnson and Frank Endres. Story by I. Klein. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1954.

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.

Hector's Hectic Life

hector, Animation, Cartoon

A messy family dog is told by its owner that it will be thrown out in the cold, after three puppies show up on the doorstep, complicating the dog's life. The owner, thinking the dog is responsible for the mess, finally discovers the puppies and all ends well. Animation by George Germanetti and Steve Muffatti. Story by Joe Stultz and Larry Riley. Scenics by Robert Connavale. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1948.

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.

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