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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. -From Wikipedia

This one is a 1946 classic cartoon from one of my encrypted boxes.

Superman must stop a gang of train robbers who use a super powered car to steal a train shipment of gold.

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. -From Wikipedia

Derivative Korean animated film, possibly edited from multiple sources. Low quality entertainment.

This one is the Van Beuren Studios Tom and Jerry. This gem was found on an old DVD that was found in an old storage locker.

Short animation film that won several awards on short film festvals

Highest resolution version of QuestionCopyright.org's Minute Meme, "Copying Is Not Theft." This one is 1920 x 1080, 24 frames per second (1080p 24) and H.264 compressed.

This is a banned Talespin cartoon from my collection of banned and censored cartoons. When a group of people work to ban a certain media then part of their heritage is lost as a result. Many types of media I do not agree with, but I do not complain to have it banned. Remember the Soviet Union. They had to basically relearn their own history by going back to books written before the revolution. England knew nothing about their greatest heroes until the French occupation.

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