Public Domain Movies - Cartoons

Ali Baba Bound


Often-banned 1940 public domain Porky Pig video. Ends with a suicide bomber.

Merrie Melodies - Bugs Bunny - Case Of The Missing Hare


Bugs Bunny declares war on a magician.
Credits

According to http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0034585/fullcredits?ref_=tt_ov_st_sm :

Directed by
Chuck Jones ... (as Charles M. Jones)
Writing Credits
Tedd Pierce ... (story) (as Ted Pierce)
Cast
Mel Blanc ...
Bugs Bunny / Ala Bahma (voice) (uncredited)

Get Rich Quick Porky

porky pig

It's the Great Depression, and Porky steers clear of the banks. Lured by a get-rich-quick sales pitch, Porky and his partner, Gabby Goat, buy an "oil rich" city lot from slick weasel Honest John. (A sign on the lot reads: "Get Rich Quick/For Sale/This Lovely Lot/Containing Lots and Lots/Oh!...Just Oodles of/Oil!") Porky and Gabby dig for oil, and a stray dog digs for bones. When Porky discovers that the pitch was a scam, and is about to give the deed back in exchange for a refund, Gabby, who has been drilling for oil, hits a gusher. Porky must fight to get the now-valuable deed.

The Daffy Duckaroo


A front-page newspaper headline reads: "Crooner quits: Daffy Duckaroo deserts films for wild, wooly west." Daffy becomes a cowboy and woos Indian maid Daisy June. Her Indian boyfriend, Little Beaver, is jealous and goes after Daffy.

Lady, Play Your Mandolin!


Lady, Play Your Mandolin! was the first Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon, directed by Rudolf Ising of Harman and Ising. It was originally released in August 1931.

Ain't Nature Grand!


Ain't Nature Grand! is a February 1931[1] Looney Tunes cartoon featuring Bosko. It was directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising.

Bosko goes fishing but is distracted by a butterfly, who leads him into a song-and-dance routine with the nature around him. Eventually, two ladybugs drive him away, using a dragonfly as a fighter plane.

Bosko - Box Car Blues


A public-domain Bosko cartoon about a runaway boxcar.
Credits

Directed by
Hugh Harman (uncredited)
Rudolf Ising (uncredited)

Produced by
Hugh Harman .... producer
Rudolf Ising .... producer
Leon Schlesinger .... associate producer

Original Music by
Frank Marsales

Sound Department
Bernard B. Brown .... sound recordist (uncredited)

Animation Department
Rollin Hamilton .... animator
Carman Maxwell .... animator (as Max Maxwell)

Production Companies

Leon Schlesinger Studios

Freddy the Freshman


Freddy the Freshman is a 1932 animated short film, directed by Rudolph Ising for Harman-Ising Pictures as part of Warner Bros.' Merrie Melodies series.

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