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Vintage original film prints in Excellent+ to Mint condition, fully complete, on 400' reels (unless otherwise noted).  Pages are updated very often so keep checking back for more titles. All films sold for private home viewing only. No rights are given or implied
Updated October 24, 2020

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Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes

More Warner Cartoons To Be Listed !

  • A MUTT IN A RUT - 1959 Looney Tunes cartoon with Elmer Fudd. Rover the dog thinks his master Elmer has taken him on a hunting trip to kill him. "Two go out, but only one comes back!" That's the conclusion Elmer Fudd's dog, Rover comes to after watching "The Dog Lover's Hour" TV show. The bulk of the action details Rover's ingenious efforts to dispose of Elmer first. Not only do all his plans go awry, but each time he unexpectedly emerges as a hero. Like New IB TECHNICOLOR print - $199
  • PIZZICATO PUSSYCAT - 1955 Merrie Melodies cartoon. Mr. and Mrs. A couple hear a piano being played in their living room. They automatically assume it is their cat who is making the music, when in fact, the talented one is a mouse whom the cat has forced into being his stooge to make him famous. The cat is showered with media attention and set to play at Carnegie Hall, where he hopes nobody will notice that he is pantomiming the movements with the keys while the mouse is playing his miniature piano inside the full-scale model. WB title starts right after fade-in. Excellent+ IB TECHNICOLOR print - $149
  • THOSE BEAUTIFUL DAMES - 1934 Merrie Melodies 2-strip Technicolor cartoon. Toys in a shop window come to life and visit a poverty-stricken little girl as she sleeps. She awakens to find that her shack has been refurbished and that the toys are about to throw her a party. A feel-good cartoon about little toys with great big hearts, this has very dark edges and remarkable dramatic tension for a movie so short and filled with characters who aren't, technically, real. Like New no-fade LPP COLOR print - $149
  • JOHNNY SMITH AND POKER-HUNTAS - 1938 Merrie Melodies cartoon with Egghead. Johnny Smith enters an America where the Indians behave like 1930s average Americans. When he is arrested, the girl Poker Huntas rescues and elopes with him. One of the best Egghead cartoons and WB shorts involving American Indian characters. Near Mint, beautiful FUJI 78 COLOR print - $129


  • THE HOMELESS FLEA - 1940 MGM Rudolf Ising Cartoon. A wandering flea finds a dog and sets up a camp, much to the dog's discomfort. In this funny cartoon from Rudolf Ising, "The Homeless Flea" creates two likable characters and is genuinely funny. Nice Technicolor too, and some neat effects, especially when the flea hides behind eye-glasses and within a lamp, causing the dog to panic and think there are more than one of him. Like New no-fade LPP COLOR print - $149
  • GOPHER BROKE - 1958 Looney Tunes with the Goofy Gophers. The barnyard dog from the Foghorn Leghorn cartoons is the guard at a farm where vegetables are harvested. The two polite twin gophers, who have made the vegetable patch their home, do not want their vegetables taken and set out to thwart the dog and repossess their food supply. Near Mint IB TECHNICOLOR print - $149
  • BULLY FOR BUGS - 1953 Looney Tunes cartoon starring Bugs Bunny. Bugs, once again making that "wrong turn at Albuquerque", burrows into a bullring where a magnificent bull is making short work of a toreador. The bull bucks Bugs out of the arena, prompting the bunny to declare "Of course you realize, this means war!" The deft Bugs' arsenal comes plenty packed, as he uses anvils, well-placed face slaps and the bull's horns as a slingshot. Outstanding 35mm+ quality and no fade Color from recently restored original 35mm negative. Mint print on 3383 08 Mylar No-Fade Color film stock, with beautiful variable density sound track printed from the 35mm negative - $199
  • DOG GONE MODERN - 1939 Merrie Melodies cartoon. The Two Curious Puppies visit a model home with a panoply of modern inventions, including an annoying robot that sweeps up anything that touches the floor. Near Mint beautiful FUJI 79 COLOR print - $149
  • DETOURING AMERICA - 1939 Merrie Melodies cartoon. This travelogue across America is filled with sight gags such as the 'Old Reliable' geyser spitting into a spittoon, cliff-dwelling Indians who walk horizontally up and down the faces of cliffs to get to their homes, and a Texas cow puncher who really punches cows. Also featured is Mr. Butter Fingers, a 'human fly' who climbs the outside of the Empire State Building. Near Mint FUJI HP COLOR print - $129
  • I WANNA BE A SAILOR - 1937 Merrie Melodies cartoon. Momma parrot is teaching her young-uns to say "Polly want a cracker" but little Peter doesn't want a cracker, he wants to be a sailor like his no-account dad. Near Mint FUJI HP COLOR print - $119
  • A-LAD-IN BAGDAD - 1938 Merrie Melodies cartoon. Hayseed Egghead arrives in the big city of Bagdad and quickly wins a magic lamp in a carnival coin-operated crane game. The shady character who was playing the game before him covets the lamp, and tries to steal it. Egghead sees a poster: The sultan is having a contest for his daughter's hand in marriage. With his lamp, Egghead thinks he's a sure bet; he conjures up a magic carpet, and he's off. Like New EASTMAN COLOR print with faded reddish color - $39







  • GET A JOB - 1985, Brad Caslor cartoon produced by the National Film Board of Canada. This animated short follows the tribulations of a cartoon character, Bob Dog, as he hunts for a job. Self-motivation, preparing a resume, and getting ready for an interview are all dealt with in a highly entertaining fashion, while the Doo-wop mover Get a Job provides the upbeat 1940's style musical soundtrack. Great cartoon combines the wild animation style of Bob Clampett and Tex Avery. Beautiful Like New condition LPP COLOR print, full 400' - $299


  • DROOPY'S GOOD DEED - 1951 Droopy cartoon by Tex Avery is outstandingly funny. Droopy and Spike find themselves in a Boy Scout competition, with the first prize being a handshake with the President. As usual, Droopy tries to win in a fair and sportsman-like manner, while Spike pulls every dirty trick in the book. Very good but slightly faded color, Near Mint 1980 EASTMAN COLOR print. Complete and uncut - $89
  • CHICKEN LITTLE - Walt Disney 1943 Silly Symphony cartoon. It's a peaceful day at the local poultry farm until Foxy Loxy happens along intent on a chicken dinner. He takes the advice of a book on psychology by striking "the least intelligent" first and convinces dim witted Chicken Little the sky is falling. Near Mint Eastman COLOR print is faded reddish - $39
  • SOMEWHERE IN DREAMLAND - 1936 Max Fleischer Color Classics cartoon. A young brother and sister bring home firewood to their poor mother. She gives them pieces of dried bread for supper and sends them to bed. The children dream of a land filled with ice cream cones, popcorn fields, and a chocolate syrup river. They wake up to a feast supplied by three of the merchants they passed on their way home the night before. Mint condition Eastman SP COLOR reduction print with very good color - $69
  • GOOD AND GUILTY - Paramount Harveytoon, 1962. With Goodie The Gremlin. Like New Eastman COLOR print with very good color - $39


  • JEEPERS CREEPERS - 1939 Looney Tune cartoon starring Porky Pig. Police officer Porky is called to investigate strange noises at a house that might be haunted. Before he arrives, we tour the house and hear some evil-sounding cackles, which, it turns out, are coming from a radio one that a ghost was listening to. The ghost then sings the title song while getting ready for a night of haunting, just as Porky arrives. Like New 1955 Kodak print with Guild Films end title, complete and un-edited. Outstsnding quality and condition - $189
  • PORKY'S PRIZE PONY - 1941 Looney Tunes Porky Pig cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. When jockey Porky's thoroughbred gets drunk on linament, a goofy milk-wagon horse takes over for the big race. Great quality Excellent+ to Like New 1955 Kodak Guild Films print - $89
  • BUDDY'S THEATRE - 1935 Looney Tune cartoon with Buddy. Buddy is a projectionist in a movie theatre where the 'coming attractions' trailer promises '15 features for 15 cents." When the feature comes on, Buddy gets so excited about the damsel-in-distress in the movie that he swings on a reel of film from the projection booth to the screen to save the film-heroine from an ape. Beautiful 1955 Kodak Guild Films print with 7 Arts end title. Top quality in Near Mint condition - $149
  • POPEYE PRESENTS EUGENE, THE JEEP - 1940 Paramount Popeye cartoon. Popeye receives Eugene as a birthday present from Olive. He takes him in, feeds him and makes a little bed for him, remembering Olive's note said "Be sure he sleeps outdoors at night." But when it was time to go to bed, there is Eugene in Popeye's bed. So whenever Popeye tries to put him outside, he shows up inside again. Popeye is inaware his phasing powers that makes him disappear in one place and reappear at another. Top quality 1957 a.a.p. Kodak print in Near Mint condition - $99
  • DOING IMPOSSIKIBLE STUNTS - Max Fleischer Popey the Sailor cartoon. Top Quality Original AAP print in Near Mint Condition - $99
  • Paul Terry Terry-Toons - Vintage Castle Films prints of 1930's cartoons. All Excellent + to Like New:
    FOOTBALL JAMBOREE, TRICKY TROUBLES with Puddy The Pup  - $39 each
  • THE DISCONTENTED CANARY - 1934 Harmon-Ising MGM cartoon. A canary is frustrated by being caged, particularly with a parrot taunting him when humans aren't watching. One day, he tricks the kind old lady that owns him into opening the window, and she also leaves the door to his cage open. A black and white PictoReels print in Excellent+ condition, 400' - $49
  • BRAT CAT - 1938 Walter Lantz cartoon. A real bratty cat learns his lesson the hard way. Near Mint Castle Film - $39
  • WILLOUGHBY'S MAGIC HAT - 1943 Columbia Pictures Phantasy cartoon released by Official Films. Delilah knits the hair from Samson into a hat. The hat gives its wearer super strength: Hercules, Samson, and in the modern day, the nebbishy Willoughby Wren. Willoughby decides he needs to put this power to good use, and sets about rescuing a fair maiden who is being menaced by a giant evil robot. The problem is, his hat keeps falling off at inopportune moments. 1949 Kodak print in Very Good to Excellent used condition - $69
  • ANTI CATS - 1950 Paul Terry Mighty Mouse cartoon. 1960 Kodak print with the TV show titles, fades out at the end. In Near Mint condition - $39
  • THE DISCONTENTED CANARY - SeroCrest (PictoReels) release of the 1934 MGM cartoon. SeroCrest was a division of Sears, Roebuck and Co. and 8mm and 16mm prints were sold for the home market in silent and sound. Near Mint print on 400' reel - $59
  • BOY MEETS DOG (2) - Walter Lantz 1937 cartoon released exclusively by Castle Films. This cartoon, based on the "Reg'lar Fellers" comic strip, was originally made for Ipana Toothpaste and was going to be released theatrically. It never got released to theaters, but was eventually bought by Castle Films and released exclusively to the home movie market. Full 400', Near Mint condition - $49
  • IT'S AN ILL WIND - 1939 Porky Pig Looney Tunes cartoon. Originally made in black & white in the 1930's. Good quality Bruce Webster dupe print from the 1970's in Mint condition - $29
  • DIZZY KITTY - 1941 Andy Panda cartoon. Andy Panda and his father are trying to groom an alley cat, which Andy wants to enter in a Cat Show. Near Mint Castle Films print - $39
  • IT HAPPENED TO CRUSOE - 1941 Columbia Pictures cartoon. This cartoon is a parody of the Jack Benny and Rochester characters. A tribe of African cannibals, with typical racial stereotyping of the time, send one of their tribesmen, Winchester, out of the village because he's a vegetarian. That's how he meets a Jack Benny like Robinson Crusoe who has his doubts about Winchester not eating meat. Much chaos follows as the cannibals try to eat Crusoe. Crusoe also kills a tiger with his terrible violin playing. Excellent+ used condition Official Films Kodak print - $59
  • CRUSADER RABBIT - TV cartoon produced by Jerry Fairbanks. Like New on a 200' reel - $29

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