Public Domain Movies - Cartoons

Secret Agent

animation, Superman

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

Felix the Cat in Bold King Cole

Classic cartoon, 1930s, Felix

Although considered a Felix cartoon, this short seems to focus more on the boisterous king and what happens when ghosts try to get him to stop his bragging. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

Popeye: The Paneless Window Washer

Classic cartoon, 1930s, popeye

Popeye and Bluto are again competing against one another. Only this time, it's not for Olive Oyl's love, but for the privilege of being able to wash her windows. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

Now You're Talking

Animation, telephone, instructional

An instructional film for the telephone using a combination of animation and live action. Produced by Max and Dave Fleischer. Copied at 24fps from a 35mm print preserved by the Library of Congress, drawing from material from the AFI/Donald Nicol and AFI/Ahti Pataja Collections.

Santa's Surprise

Animation, short, Comedy

Five children from around the world follow Santa home on Christmas Eve, and decide to give him some extra help around the workshop.

Popeye the Sailor Meets Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp

Cartoon, popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Fleischer Studios

Working in the story department of Surprise Pictures, Olive Oyl writes a script based on the story of Aladdin, casting Popeye as the thief and herself as the Princess. For more details: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0031025/ In the Public Domain according to The Public-Domain Movie Database: http://www.pdmdb.org/content.asp?CatId=241&ContentType=&page_no=3&sortby=

Tom and Jerry: Barnyard Bunk

Tom and Jerry, Van Beuren Studios, The Great Depression

"The Great Depression has hit a rundown farm owned by a Farmer Alfalfalike farmer. As the old man sleeps on his porch, objects around him begin to break down. /.../ Just then saxophone salesmen Tom and Jerry happen by the farm. The farmer is indifferent to their music ("Aw, nuts!"), so the duo decide to show him how useful saxophones can be. Their jazzy tunes soon have the farmer's chickens laying eggs, his cow churning out milk, and his woodpeckers chopping wood to the beat.

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