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cartoon 1936

Yoiu can find this film elsewhere in the archive. I have added a generic music track fir easier viewing.

From Mel-o-toons, I give you The Trojan Horse, circa 1960. Enjoy

From The Public Domain Movie Database: A young boy is learning to shoot a gun at the same time that a robin is trying to teach her babies to fly. Being a typical boy, he proceeds to shoot one of the baby birds. The robins hold a funeral which saddens the boy enough to make him break his gun. Rain starts to fall and wakens the baby bird who is not dead after all.

Mel-O-Toons sometimes erroneously called "Mello Toons", was a series of animated cartoons produced in 1960 by New World Productions and syndicated by United Artists. It featured various folk tales, Greco-Roman myths, Biblical stories, some original stories by author Thornton Burgess, classic stories, even adaptations of classical music and ballet. The soundtracks were often taken from existing children's records, licensed from the original labels. 104 cartoons, each about 6 minutes long, were produced in limited animation.

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

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

Molly Moo-Cow was an animated character appearing in eight Rainbow Parade shorts produced by the Van Beuren Studios 1935-1937. Many 1930s cartoons joke with ethnicity. In this cartoon cooperation is needed to handle pluralism. Plot taken from IMDb: Molly Moo-Cow searches for a lost group of ducks, but instead finds herself rescuing an Indian baby who has fallen into and is floating down the river. The baby's mother returns the favor, helping Molly rescue the missing ducks from becoming her husband's dinner. Downloaded from Public Domain Movie Torrents

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A non-aquatic bird's egg is introduced into a duck's nest. Problems ensue, along with a happy ending. The Color Classics series was Fleischer Studios' attempt at keeping up with Disney. This is the tenth in the series, and is in the public domain.

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