Chilly Willy short. First appearance of Maxie the Polar Bear.
A nostalgic Charlie is searching through his college trunk when he comes across an old photo of his football team which catches Junior's interest. Charlie passes himself off as the team's star but Bessie insists he was only good at being their "water boy". Charlie, determined to prove Bessie wrong, attempts to show Junior a thing or two about the game. But Bessie was right; Charlie isn't the most experienced athlete. He dresses as a tackling dummy which leads to disaster. He also gets the football caught in his mouth several times. Finally, he attempts to kick a field goal but the football has been set up a little too close to a water spigot and Charlie kicks the latter instead!
Woody Woodpecker inserted into the classic fairy tale.
Chilly helps protect his polar bear friend from an Eskimo who wants to hunt him.
"Lonesome Ranger" is the 147th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically in 1966, the film was produced by Walter Lantz. Woody makes it difficult for a lone forest ranger that is just trying to do his job.
Smedley is tired of being the one-man crew for Captain Blah of the Old Eye Sore.
Oswald is fired from his job as a limousine driver for flirting with the boss' daughter. But when the boss' bank is robbed by Pete, it's Oswald to the rescue!
Ko-Ko and Fitz emerge from an inkwell into the sultan's harem.
Friz Freleng's second directorial effort -- under his legal name of 'Isadore' and credited as co-director with Rudolf Ising -- is a silent Oswald the Lucky Rabbit effort, made soon after Charles Mintz grabbed the rights to the character and almost all his crew from Walt Disney. Oswald takes in Homer, a small kitten, and attempts to teach him table manners and to give him a bath, but Homer retaliates using a clothesline and a player piano.
An abstract animated short by Michael Theodore.
The 6th collection of anime music video clips made by fans.
Animated Canadian film.
The villain of the story, the Shadow is back. After the Lion Max have stopped to get the powerful crystals Lion, the Shadow discovered the existence of even more powerful crystals, the crystals of Dinosaur, and will do everything to achieve. The hero of Hello, a friend Leena, the chameleon Tics and porcupine spikes, double humorous film, must travel to the past and try to prevent the crystals from falling into the hands of the dinosaur Shadow. The task proves to be even more difficult because the Shadow has a dangerous new ally: Queen Felina. The Shadow will persuade the Queen Feline traveling back in time through the magical portal of time, of which this is the key, and bring the three power crystals, which are guarded by a powerful or T-Rex, or by fierce Skyhunters or by secret Trispikes. The question is whether Max can conquer the past and thus save the future.
A "normal" bug, in a black and white world , becomes purple because of a horrible accident, a turn of events that cost it all of its friends since they don't approve its new color.
In the first century A.D. Carthago Nova is a splendid city of the Roman Empire. The Albino prosperous family is obliged to enter into competition with the mighty Lucio Andro to achieve the award of works. A conflict that will last for several years and that will worsen with the economic decline of the city and the popular revival of gladiatorial games.
On a tiny colony world named Carmine, young women known as Songstresses inherit the generation memories of those who came before them, using their knowledge to help a populace that suffers under the harsh policies of the ruling interplanetary league. Newly reborn as a Songstress, 16-year-old Bellin Ajelli sets off a holy pilgrimage across the planet. Rumors of a possible terrorist attack result in Prince Truhallon of the militant Donau Empire being sent in to protect her, but his very presence is the antithesis of everything Bellin stands for. The two are as different as night and day, but they're stuck together until they reach the capital.
Art class is over, but Vashti is sitting glued to her chair in front of a blank piece of paper. The words of her teacher are a gentle invitation to express herself. But Vashti can’t draw - she’s no artist. To prove her point, Vashti jabs at a blank sheet of paper to make an unremarkable and angry mark. "There!" she says. That one little dot marks the beginning of Vashti’s journey of surprise and self-discovery. That special moment is the core of Peter H. Reynolds’s delicate fable about the creative spirit in all of us.
A man tries to befriend a unicorn in this David O'Reilly short.
A David O'Reilly short film.