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MGM Cartoons

All Episodes 1934 - 1967

  • Ended
  • 1934-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • 7 mins
  • 16 hours, 41 mins
  • Animation
One Shot Mgm Cartoons,not part of any other series like Droopy,Tom And Jerry etc.

143 episodes

1934x01 The Discontented Canary

  • Season Premiere

    1934-09-01T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A canary, unhappy with his life in a cage, manages to escape. He flies happily through the outdoors and tries life in the wild to the strains of "Man on the Flying Trapeze." However, he finds the outside world too dangerous for his liking, and he returns to the safety of captivity.

1934x02 The Old Pioneer

  • 1934-09-29T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

An old geezer- with perhaps a bit of Baron Munchausen in him- tells of his heroic exploits to a newsboy hawking papers at a cigar store, with a huge statue of a wooden Indian outside.

1934x03 Tale of the Vienna Woods

  • 1934-10-27T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A deer prances in the woods, and a statue of the mythical, flute-playing Pan comes to life. Pan befriends the young fawn. They dance, play tricks on each other, and tangle with a pack of hunting dogs. Pan saves the day.

1934x04 Bosko's Parlor Pranks

  • 1934-11-24T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Bosko keeps Wilbur occupied with tales of his past exploits while Honey steps out on an errand.

1934x05 Toyland Broadcast

  • 1934-12-22T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A toy shop becomes a radio station in this musical special with an all-star toy cast.

1935x01 Hey-Hey Fever

  • Season Premiere

    1935-01-09T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

In this musical extravaganza, Bosko goes to Mother Goose Land and advocates a back-to-the-land cure for the Depression!

1935x02 When The Cat's Away

  • 1935-02-16T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Happy mice and cockroaches are looting a kitchen full of goodies. When the housecat goes out for some romance, mice have a party and cockroaches hold a dance. The mice all mount a marvelous musical production of "Little Brown Jug," and then partake of the alcoholic beverage! Then a troupe of cockroaches sing and dance to "La Cucaracha." And then... a giant, mean rat shows up to spoil the fun. The rat decides to make a cute girl mouse his own- until the cat returns, that is, just in time to send him packing. Cat and mouse retire to their separate quarters.

1935x03 The Lost Chick

  • 1935-03-09T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A chicken has hatched seven chicks; she locates six of them, but the seventh, Eggbert, is lost.

1935x04 The Calico Dragon

  • 1935-03-30T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A doll-faced little girl reads a fairy tale to her doll at bedtime. After she nods off, her stuffed animals and other characters come to life on the landscape of her bed.

1935x05 Good Little Monkeys

  • 1935-04-13T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Three statuettes of monkeys come to life and are tempted by the Devil, who uses peanuts and an exotic dancer.

1935x06 The Chinese Nightingale

  • 1935-04-27T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A mini-musical, telling in song (through a trio of Chinese girls) the fairy tale of a beautiful nightingale, beloved of the Chinese emperor, who is gladdened by its song.

1935x07 Poor Little Me

  • 1935-05-11T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

An unwanted skunk, Stinky, sings "I Ain't Got Nobody" until he meets a girl. Then the villain comes along.

1935x08 Barnyard Babies

  • 1935-05-25T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

There is a baby contest going on in the barn, but the rooster and hen haven't hatched their brood yet! The rooster is awaiting the arrival of the "blessed event," but he tries to hurry the process by a day because he wants them to appear in the Better Babies Contest. A parade of barnyard animals' offspring compete in a talent contest and do their stuff. At the end of the contest, there's a late entrant that steals the cup!

1935x09 The Old Plantation

  • 1935-09-21T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Several toys (including lots of stereotyped black toys) try and help their plantation owner by holding a toy horse race so Simon Legree can't foreclose.

1935x10 Honeyland

  • 1935-10-19T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

All the bees in Honeyland have a perfect Utopian society, working hard to mass-produce honey all day making honey for the winter while singing merry tunes.

1935x11 Alias St. Nick

  • 1935-11-16T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

It's Christmas Eve, and Mrs. Mouse is reading "A Visit from St. Nicholas" to her brood, but Little Cheeser is having none of it- he doesn't believe in Santa Claus!

1935x12 Run, Sheep, Run

  • 1935-12-14T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Bosko and his dog Bruno are guarding some sheep. Bosko is sleeping and not watching his flock carefully. The youngest and most mischievous in the herd is a black sheep who runs into the woods and plays a trick on the others, pretending that he has been kidnapped.

1936x01 Bottles

  • Season Premiere

    1936-01-11T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A busy old pharmacist falls asleep one night while working in his apothecary, and has a wild dream in which all of the bottles in his store come to life, and he shrinks down and becomes a part of their world.

1936x02 The Early Bird and the Worm

  • 1936-02-08T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A sprightly young bird gets up early, the better to get the jump on his neighborhood worm, but he finds his quarry elusive.

1936x03 The Old Mill Pond

  • 1936-03-07T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A bunch of musician lookalike frogs cut a rug in this swing extravaganza.

1936x04 Two Little Pups

  • 1936-04-04T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A big old chicken comes over a wall and into the garden of an estate where two very cute puppies are living. The feisty little pups cause havoc as they chase around the chicken.

1936x05 The Old House

  • 1936-05-02T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Bosko, Bruno and his honey, Honey dare to go inside an old, abandoned (and haunted) house with wild and frightening results.

1936x06 The Pups' Picnic

  • 1936-05-30T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Two puppies at a picnic are scolded for nosing around the food. They wander off and stumble on a fox hunt, spotting the fox after all of the big dogs have sped ahead.

1936x07 To Spring

  • 1936-06-20T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A group of elves is in charge of adding color back to the landscape for spring! Old Man Winter fights back, pushing the lever to turn the "spring machine" off!

1936x08 Little Cheeser

  • 1936-07-11T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Cheeser the mouse doesn't want to go bed. In a fitful sleep, he has good and bad "angels" to help him decide right from wrong.

1936x09 The Pups' Christmas

  • 1936-12-12T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

What kind of toys are they that stand up and hit from front, side and back, that grab one's tails, punch one's nose and roll you over? That's what two frisky little pups ask when they go on a rampage with the toys under the Christmas tree.

1937x01 Circus Daze

  • Season Premiere

    1937-01-16T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Bosko and Honey are two black children who have a wild adventure at the circus.

1937x02 Swing Wedding

  • 1937-02-13T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

This politically incorrect cartoon is very reminiscent of "Cabin In The Sky," in that a very sexy Ethel Waters (as Minnie the Moocher) is about to be married to Stepin Fetchit (as Smoky Joe), but Stepin isn't in any hurry to get hitched.

1937x03 Bosko's Easter Eggs

  • 1937-03-17T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Bosko decides to help his girlfriend Honey collect eggs to color for Easter. He and his dog Bruno have all kinds of trouble with the chickens.

1937x04 Little Ol' Bosko and the Pirates

  • 1937-05-01T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Bosko is told to go straight to "Gramma's" with a fresh batch of cookies. Straight to Gramma's Bosko goes, but his imagination gets distracted along the way.

1937x05 The Hound and the Rabbit

  • 1937-05-29T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A round little-boy bunny who's a member of a football team befriends a lost, but irrepressibly chummy, angular hunting dachshund and names him Sniffy.

1937x06 The Wayward Pups

  • 1937-07-10T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Two small puppies escape from their yard and go exploring the dangerous suburb. They get into serious strife, which ends in a fast-paced chase involving most of the neighborhood.

Bosko's mammy gives him some cookies to take to Grandma's house. Unfortunately, his imagination takes him to a jungle village full of cannibal cookie-eating frogs that try to get his cookies.

1937x08 Little Buck Cheeser

  • 1937-12-18T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Little Cheeser dreams of building a rocket ship and going to the moon like his hero, Buck Rogers. Inspired by Rogers (and visions of cheese), Cheeser and the mice build the rocket to see if the moon really is made of cheese. Once there, the rocket ship becomes trapped in a Limburger cheese river.

1938x01 Pipe Dreams

  • Season Premiere

    1938-02-05T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The "three good monkeys" are tempted to smoke some Helz Fire Tobacco. They explore the tobacco shop, a world of match box trains and talking cigars.

1938x02 Cleaning House

  • 1938-02-19T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

In order to get out of his share of the house work, the Captain pretends that he's sick. Worried Mama calls for the doctor. The doctor is all tied up, so and they give the Captain a physical that he'll never forget.

1938x03 The Little Bantamweight

  • 1938-03-12T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

When the eggs begin to hatch, Papa Rooster starts training his little fighters for the big bantamweight match.

1938x04 Little Ol' Bosko in Bagdad

  • 1938-04-01T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Bosko is a little black kid who is sent out to take some cookies to his grandma when he meets an Arab frog who takes him on a magic carpet to a land where other frogs, who play jazz, want to steal his cookies.

1938x05 Blue Monday

  • 1938-04-02T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

After having been finally roused out of bed by the alarm clock, the Captain gets slapped in the face by his suspenders because the buttons are missing from his pants.

1938x06 Poultry Pirates

  • 1938-04-16T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Captain falls asleep just outside the gate of his yard, after he chases the local animals out of his vegetable garden. While asleep, he dreams that he's chasing them around and catches a little chick and spanks it, then a big angered rooster takes on the Captain and knocks him back to reality.

1938x07 The Captains Pup

  • 1938-04-30T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Captain buys a puppy in the window of Pete's Pooch Palace, but now he has to deal with Mama, because she doesn't was a dog in the house.

1938x08 An Optical Poem

  • 1938-05-01T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

To most of us, music suggests definite mental images of form and color. The picture you are about to see is a novel scientific experiment. Its object is to convey these mental images in visual form.

1938x09 A Day At The Beach

  • 1938-06-25T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Captain, his family and the Inspector spend a day at the beach.

1938x11 The Pygmy Hunt

  • 1938-08-06T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Captain and The Inspector, and the dog Pluto travel to Africa to find the world's smallest pygmy. The Captain and the Inspector track the pygmy back to his hut where he out smarts them by swapping clothes with the Inspector and escapes to the rest of the pygmy tribe who come after the Captain and Inspector with arrows. They manage to get away.

1938x13 Buried Treasure

  • 1938-09-17T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Captain, Hans, Fritz, the Inspector and John Silver all compete to find Captain Kidd's buried treasure chest.

1938x14 The Winning Ticket

  • 1938-10-01T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Captain and the Kids win $100,000 in a lottery, and John Silver dresses up as a frail, old woman to try and steal the ticket.

1938x15 Honduras Hurricane

  • 1938-10-15T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The pirate Long John Silver forces Captain Katzenjammer into a rigged bet at cannon-point.

1938x16 The Captain's Christmas

  • 1938-12-17T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Captain is going to surprise the kids by dressing as Santa Claus, but the peg-legged pirate villain, John, takes his place.

1939x01 Petunia National Park

  • Season Premiere

    1939-01-14T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Captain, his wife, the Inspector and the kids spend the day at Petunia National Park.

1939x02 Seal Skinners

  • 1939-01-28T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Captain and Hans and Fritz vie with the pirate gang for the capture of a runaway vaudeville seal and a $30,000 reward. Comedy ensues.

1939x03 Mama's New Hat

  • 1939-02-11T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

For Mother's Day, Hans and Fritz buy Mama a hat. They fall off the sidewalk and drop the maternal millinery into dirty water.

1939x04 Jitterbug Follies

  • 1939-02-25T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Count Screwloose and J.R. the Wonder Dog are promoting a $10,000 swing contest. They intend to skip town with the entry fees, but a menacing thug from the "Citizens for Fair Play" convinces them to devise alternative plans.

1939x05 Wanted: No Master

  • 1939-03-18T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

J.R. the Wonder Dog tricks his roguish master (Count Screwloose) into answering an ad for marriage by placing a picture of a very pretty girl over the face of an unattractive spinster.

1939x06 The Little Goldfish

  • 1939-04-15T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A goldfish living in a fishbowl dreams about living life in the sea, but the little fish soon realizes that the big ocean is no place for him.

1939x07 Art Gallery

  • 1939-05-13T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Night falls in an art gallery. A statue of Nero comes to life and tries to tempt the statuette of the Three Good Little Monkeys (See No evil, Hear No evil, Speak No evil) into helping him set fire to a picture of Rome. Ultimately, the monkeys yield to temptation with disastrous results, and the other paintings must come to life to save them.

1939x08 Goldilocks and the Three Bears

  • 1939-07-15T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Yet another version of the classic fable of breaking and entering; in this bear family, Papa is a bit accident-prone and cowardly.

1939x09 The Bookworm

  • 1939-08-26T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

In a library, a raven is trying to catch a studious bookworm for dinner. To everyone's shock, including the raven, characters from various horror books come to life and chase the bookworm.

1939x10 One Mother's Family

  • 1939-09-30T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A mother hen takes her chicks for a walk in the woods. Her time is occupied trying to keep them all out of harm's way, particularly one accident-prone little rooster.

1939x11 The Blue Danube

  • 1939-10-28T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A conductor, in silhouette against sheet music, leads the title tune, which dissolves into a series of placid landscapes. We see a swan family. A duckling rescues the little swans.

1939x12 Peace on Earth

  • 1939-12-09T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

On Christmas Eve, two squirrel children ask their grandfather what men are. He describes them, then narrates the story of how humanity destroyed itself by war, as chilling scenes of armed conflict play on the screen. After the last human dies, the animals take their war implements and build homes from them, to live forever in peace.

1939x13 The Mad Maestro

  • 1939-12-30T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The maestro is conducting his orchestra of assorted animals. Some of them aren't very adept at following his direction.

1940x01 Home on the Range

  • Season Premiere

    1940-03-23T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A calf ventures away from her mom to go out and play with a hare in the middle of the night in the dark forest.

1940x02 A Rainy Day

  • 1940-04-20T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The Bear Family returns from "Goldilocks And The Three Bears." Mama Bear persuades her reluctant husband Papa Bear to fix the shingles on the roof, a job that he put off doing.

1940x03 Swing Social

  • 1940-05-18T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A black man is lazily fishing on a pier, his jug of moonshine out of sight of the approaching preacher. The preacher tells the fisherman that the fish don't bite on Sunday, then the camera pans down to a school of 'black' fish who perform swing numbers of the popular stars of the era. After all is said and done, the reverend concludes, "And that's why the fish don't bite on Sundays!"

Tom Turkey wanders over to the general store, his harmonica in hand. In no time he and the good ol' boys there begin a jam session on harmonicas (and one piccolo) that end up turning the store into a total wreck.

1940x05 The Milky Way

  • 1940-06-22T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Three kittens, denied milk as punishment for misbehaving, sail up into the Milky Way in a hot air balloon. Once in the Milky Way, they find it a land of natural milk springs and gushers. The kittens proceed to happily gorge themselves on milk. However, it turns out to be just a dream.

1940x06 The Bookworm Turns

  • 1940-07-20T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Dr. Jeckyl switches the brain of a bookworm into a dumb crow.

1940x07 Romeo in Rhythm

  • 1940-08-10T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Swingin' Romeo and Flat-Foot Juliet do their Jazzy version of Romeo and Juliet.

1940x08 Papa Gets the Bird

  • 1940-09-07T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Mama Bear thinks Papa Bear is a nincompoop. Papa Bear decides to prove her wrong by giving Mama Bear's canary a bath.

1940x09 The Homeless Flea

  • 1940-10-12T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A flea tries to build itself a home on the back of a dog. Of course, the dog tries to get free of the menace.

1940x10 Gallopin' Gals

  • 1940-10-26T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A stakes race for fillies is the subject of this cartoon, with the contestant horses portrayed as catty, gossiping women.

1940x11 The Lonesome Stranger

  • 1940-11-23T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A spoof of the Lone Ranger. Three Mexican banditos shoot up a town and rob the stage. The Lonesome Stranger and his horse "Sa-liiiiiver" must stop them.

1940x12 Mrs. Ladybug

  • 1940-12-21T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A mother ladybug has too many children to handle, so she puts out an ad for a maid to help with the chores.

1941x01 Abdul the Bulbul-Ameer

  • Season Premiere

    1941-02-22T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The familiar song is adapted into a cartoon short. Abdul The Bulbul-Ameer, a rotund Arab, gets into a brawl with Ivan Skavinski Scavar, a preening Russian Cossack.

1941x02 The Little Mole

  • 1941-04-05T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A morality play about a little mole. He's given a chance to see by a con man named Professor Primrose Skunk, using pop bottle bottoms for lenses.

1941x03 The Goose Goes South

  • 1941-04-26T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A little goose walks south instead of flying, hitchhiking as he goes. He runs into trouble with a family of hillbillies for trespassing.

1941x04 Dance of the Weed

  • 1941-06-07T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A clumsy yokel of a male weed courts a delicate female flower ballerina by trying to dance with her.

1941x05 The Alley Cat

  • 1941-07-05T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A hungry alley cat is scrounging for food when he notices a hot babe cat way up in her Park Avenue apartment.

1941x06 Little Cesario

  • 1941-08-30T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

The saga of a screw-up St. Bernard puppy born into a family of decorated life-savers who, in spite of his bumbling efforts, manages to save the life of his hero- the head of the clan- and earn his place of honor.

1941x07 Officer Pooch

  • 1941-09-06T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Officer Pooch, the local ice cream-swilling cop on the beat, attempts to rescue a kitten stuck atop a utility pole while a stray mutt hampers his attempts in an effort to get the kitten.

1941x08 The Field Mouse

  • 1941-12-27T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A lazy field mouse is criticized for his disinterest in work by his invalid grandfather, until one day he proves his worth by going into the thresher and rescuing his grandpa from the deadly mechanism.

1942x01 The Hungry Wolf

  • Season Premiere

    1942-02-21T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A wolf, starving to death, runs across a cute little rabbit. The innocent rabbit tries to help the wolf, even though the wolf looks at the rabbit as nothing more than a meal. But just as the wolf is about to strike, he gets an attack of guilt and spares the rabbit. The rabbit then rewards him with a hearty meal and friendship.

1942x02 The First Swallow

  • 1942-03-14T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

The story of a single swallow who, taking a rest from southward flight at a mission in California, ultimately brings about the famed migration of swallows to the mission at San Juan Capistrano.

1942x03 Little Gravel Voice

  • 1942-05-16T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A little burro can't make any friends because his ear-splitting brays drive all the other young animals in the desert community away.

1942x04 Bats in the Belfry

  • 1942-07-04T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A trio of belfry-dwelling bats explain why they are associated with nuttiness. They do so in a musical manner and are not afraid to demonstrate what they mean.

1942x05 Blitz Wolf

  • 1942-08-22T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

This variation on the Three Little Pigs tale takes place during World War II. The evil Adolf Wolf, "one big stinker," is about to invade the state of Pigmania, but Sergeant Pork spoils his plans.

1942x06 The Early Bird Dood It!

  • 1942-08-29T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

The worm barely escapes the bird again. In search of a way to get rid of the bird, he enlists the help of a cat, but the bird is too smart for the cat.

1942x07 Chips Off the Old Block

  • 1942-09-12T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Butch, a beaten up pug of a tomcat, is having a good day, and everything is peaceful. Then the doorbell rings.

1943x01 The Boy and the Wolf

  • Season Premiere

    1943-04-24T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A little Mexican boy is herding sheep with his dog Perrito. The boy plays a prank on Perrito, pretending the wolf is attacking the flock.

1943x02 Red Hot Riding Hood

  • 1943-05-08T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

This sensual adaptation of the old fairy story soon liberates its principals from their cute Disney-style forest and slaps them right in the middle of swanky Manhattan. Grandma's a nymphomaniac swinger, and her rustic cottage home a hip penthouse pad. Little Red has become a red-hot singer-stripper; the Wolf is a model of lupine lechery; and the forest is supplanted by a big-city nightclub as the enchanted place of forbidden sexuality. The Wolf tries to pull the old Red Riding Hood gag in order to meet up with Little Red, but Grandma has other ideas.

1943x03 Who Killed Who?

  • 1943-06-19T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A man is murdered, and the detective tries to find out whodunit. But the house he's investigating is decidedly haunted, and he never knows just what's round the next corner.

1943x04 One Ham's Family

  • 1943-08-14T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A big bad wolf dresses up as Santa Claus in an attempt to bag some ham. Mother and Father Pig turn in for a good night's sleep.

1943x05 War Dogs

  • 1943-10-09T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A pseudo-documentary about an army canine unit, "The WOOFs", and their training regime. One dog, though, Private Smiley, just doesn't seem to get the hang of it, though.

1943x06 The Stork's Holiday

  • 1943-10-23T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

The stork must improvise a defense against anti-aircraft fire in order to deliver babies to Nazi Germany.

1943x07 What's Buzzin' Buzzard?

  • 1943-11-27T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Desperate to get a bite to eat, two buzzards resort to cannibalism.

1944x01 Innertube Antics

  • Season Premiere

    1944-01-22T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A suburban homeowner, embarrassed by his small rubber contribution to the war drive in comparison to his neighbors, goes searching the yard for more.

1944x02 Batty Baseball

  • 1944-04-22T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Baseball is being spoofed in general. The gags slowly rises to the level of exaggeration that's typical for Tex Avery.

1944x03 The Tree Surgeon

  • 1944-06-03T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Tree surgeon Doctor Donkey rushes to treat a sick giant sequoia. Little does he realize that this is no ordinary house call.

1945x01 Jerky Turkey

  • Season Premiere

    1945-04-07T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A dopey Pilgrim goes hunting a turkey who speaks in a Jimmy Durante impersonation and runs the local black market.

1945x02 Swing Shift Cinderella

  • 1945-08-25T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Cinderella (played by Preston Blair's Red Hot) must work two jobs, moonlighting at an aircraft plant when she's not torch singing at a nightclub. Her time at the club is spent dodging the amorous advances of Wolfie. Wolfie, in turn, must dodge the amorous advances of Red's Fairy Godmother (played by Grandma), who tries to impress Wolfie with her dubious charms and her title as Miss Repulsive of 1898.

1946x01 The Hick Chick

  • Season Premiere

    1946-06-15T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Lem takes Daisy to the barn dance and proposes. Before she can accept, she's swept away by a tempting city slicker.

1946x02 Henpecked Hoboes

  • 1946-10-26T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Two hungry hoboes want a chicken dinner. George's plans for catching a hen are constantly sabotaged by Junior's detrimental assistance.

1947x01 Hound Hunters

  • Season Premiere

    1947-04-12T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Hoboes George and Junior apply for the position of dog-catchers. One particular mutt gives them plenty of trouble, especially since Junior is afraid of dogs.

1947x02 Red Hot Rangers

  • 1947-05-03T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Forest rangers George and Junior incompetently try to douse a mischievous little flame.

1947x03 Uncle Tom's Cabaña

  • 1947-07-19T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Uncle Tom relates the story of how he saved his land. Simon LeGree wants to own all of New York and threatens to foreclose on Uncle Tom's plot of land. To raise money, Tom and Little Eva (played by Red Hot Riding Hood) turn the plot into a nightclub, with Red providing the red hot entertainment. Red sings a seductive version of "Carry Me Back To Old Virginny" that wows the house. Undaunted, LeGree tries to sabotage things. Uncle Tom heroically stops him. However, back in reality, Tom is struck by lightning for boasting.

1947x04 Slap Happy Lion

  • 1947-09-20T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

The tragic downfall of a lion- from a mighty king of the beasts who terrorized a jungle to a jibbering, pill-popping wreck- is narrated by the mouse whose torments drove him crazy.

1947x05 King-Size Canary

  • 1947-12-06T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

While searching for food, a hungry cat finds a mouse who tells him where to find a tasty canary.

1948x01 What Price Fleadom?

  • Season Premiere

    1948-03-20T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A Chaplinesque flea abandons his dog for a girl flea.

1948x02 Little Tinker

  • 1948-06-15T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Dapper young B.O. Skunk is in search of a mate, but is unable to keep one once they get a whiff!

1948x03 Half-Pint Pygmy

  • 1948-08-07T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

George and Junior hunt for the world's smallest pygmy (there's a $10,000 reward for its capture).

1948x04 Lucky Ducky

  • 1948-10-09T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Against all odds, a little duck matches wits with George and Junior, two duck hunters (who aren't exactly splitting atoms in their spare time), and the gags begin. The hunters do everything that they can to get the duck, but in every gag, they get the short end. One scene has both hunters looking at a shotgun slug. It goes off in their faces, which turn black.

1948x05 The Cat that Hated People

  • 1948-11-20T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A cat finds his nerves so frazzled by the behavior of people that he decides to take a rocket to the moon.

1949x01 Bad Luck Blackie

  • Season Premiere

    1949-01-22T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Bad Luck Blackie is a black cat whose job it is to bring bad luck wherever needed... and it IS needed by a poor little kitten, constantly tortured by an evil bulldog.

1949x02 The House of Tomorrow

  • 1949-06-11T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

One of Tex Avery's "Tomorrow Themes" which featured the "house of the future" with many custom and adjustable gadgets around the house, such as a record changer that starts throwing the records against the wall. But the accommodations for the mother-in-law (including a medicine cabinet) is the real selling point.

1949x03 Doggone Tired

  • 1949-07-30T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A rabbit overhears a hunter tell his dog that he'll have to get plenty of sleep if he wants to catch the rabbit in the morning. In the interests of self-preservation, the rabbit devotes his entire night to keeping the dog awake in a variety of creative ways.

1949x04 Little Rural Riding Hood

  • 1949-09-17T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

It's "Little Red Riding Hood" done to the beat of "The City Mouse and the Country Mouse." Little Rural Riding Hood (a very country gal) is bringing her "Grandmaw" some nourishment (in the form of a jug marked XXX), unaware that the wolf is waiting for her.

1949x05 The Counterfeit Cat

  • 1949-12-24T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A cat badly needs something to eat and suddenly sees a little bird in a cage. The cat disguises itself as the neighbor dog to get past Spike. Spike has to be fed with bones- a lot of bones- to keep away though.

1950x01 Ventriloquist Cat

  • Season Premiere

    1950-05-27T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

An alley cat gets caught painting "I hate dogs!" on a wall by Spike, an angry bulldog. The cat jumps in a storage crate to escape, only to discover a trick "be a Ventriloquist!!" device that can throw your voice. The cat uses it to make the dog think that he's everywhere on the planet, and the chase is on. However, the dog wins the day.

1950x02 The Cuckoo Clock

  • 1950-06-10T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A cuckoo drives a cat crazy. The cat tries to get rid of the cuckoo but has to realize that it has met its match.

1950x03 Garden Gopher

  • 1950-09-30T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

When Spike tries to bury a bone, he finds a belligerent gopher.

1950x04 The Peachy Cobbler

  • 1950-12-09T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Reminiscent of 1940's "Busy Bakers" and "Holiday for Shoestrings," an elderly cobbler finds himself steeped in poverty but nevertheless gives his last few breadcrumbs to several hungry birds perched outside his window. Magically, the birds transform into shoe-making elves that comically manufacture enough shoes overnight to replenish the cobbler's store by morning.

1951x01 Cock-A-Doodle Dog

  • Season Premiere

    1951-02-10T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Spike was up all night traveling everywhere, but he can't get to sleep because a rooster keeps sounding off at dawn. All day long, he tries to shut it up with no success, but when night falls once again, Spike gets his revenge.

1951x02 Symphony in Slang

  • 1951-06-06T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A young man (a real swinging hep cat) goes to Heaven and steps before St. Peter. But his life story is so peppered with slang that neither St. Peter nor Noah Webster can understand him.

1951x03 Car of Tomorrow

  • 1951-09-22T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A series of demonstrations of the kind of motoring accessories we'll probably all take for granted in the future.

1952x01 Magical Maestro

  • Season Premiere

    1952-02-09T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A magician is spurned by an opera singer, and takes a spectacular revenge by replacing the conductor and turning the hapless tenor into one thing after another.

1952x02 One Cab's Family

  • 1952-05-15T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

An old cab and his wife have a baby boy car in hopes that he'll grow up and be a cab like his old man. But being young, the little car wants to be a hot rod instead. The little car races around against his father's wishes until he gets into trouble racing a train. His life barely saved by his dad but it is not without consequences. His dad gets put in the mechanic hospital. While he is making his recovery, the son shows his dad that he wants to be a cab just like his dad. The only thing is that he keeps all his racing mods.

1952x03 Rock-A-Bye Bear

  • 1952-07-12T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Spike the dog gets a job looking after a bear's home while the bear goes into hibernation. The bear wants peace and quiet, and warns Spike about making noise. Another dog wants all the comfort and perks that Spike is getting at the bear's home, and so he embarks on a campaign to make as much noise as possible to awaken the bear and get Spike blamed for it so that he can get the job himself. What follows is utter mayhem, with Spike trying his best to secure his job and keep the bear asleep through all the situations and noise that the other dog gets him involved in.

1953x01 Little Johnny Jet

  • Season Premiere

    1953-04-18T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

An out-of-work B-29 has problems finding work in modern peacetime aviation. His offspring turns out to be a jet.

1953x02 T.V. of Tomorrow

  • 1953-06-06T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A series of demonstrations of the future of television.

1954x01 Billy Boy

  • Season Premiere

    1954-05-08T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A farmer is initially delighted to get a baby goat, but this soon turns to apprehension when he discovers that it eats literally anything (including, at one point, the animation artwork!).

1954x02 The Farm of Tomorrow

  • 1954-09-18T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

A series of gags showing how much more productive farms would be if farmers started crossbreeding their animals to create weird (but very useful) hybrids.

1954x03 The Flea Circus

  • 1954-11-06T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A flea circus is interrupted by a passing dog, and little François, who saves Fifi from drowning, brings a whole set of new fleas back to the act. Viva la France!

1955x01 Field and Scream

  • Season Premiere

    1955-04-30T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Parodying the title of the famous magazine "Field and Stream," this collection of very brief cartoons mostly revolves around sight gags and puns on the subjects of hunting and fishing, and the men who are addicted to them.

1955x02 The First Bad Man

  • 1955-09-30T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

One million years ago, back when Texas was young- real young!- cave cowboys rode through the land and lived a relatively peaceful everyday existence... doing business at the cave bank, drinking in the cave saloon, and dragging cavewomen by their hair to their cave home.

1955x03 Cellbound

  • 1955-11-25T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Incarcerated in Sing-Song Prison, Spike has just finished the 20-year process of digging a tunnel from his cell- one spoonful at a time. But he picks the wrong place to hide: the warden's home.

1955x04 Good Will to Men

  • 1955-12-23T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A group of young mice is in the ruins of a church, practicing singing for an upcoming service. After singing an adulterated version of "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," the mice wonder about the last line, "Good will to men."

1957x01 Cat's Meow

  • Season Premiere

    1957-01-25T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

Using a device to throw his voice, a cat menaces a dog.

1957x02 Give and Tyke

  • 1957-03-29T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

The city is rounding up all unlicensed dogs. Spike has a license. So does Tyke. An unlicensed stray steals Tyke's license; Tyke gets collared and the chase is on.

1957x03 Scat Cats

  • 1957-07-26T04:00:00Z — 7 mins

Spike's owner is going out of town and leaves Spike and Tyke in charge. An alley cat overhears the orders, and as soon as the owner leaves, he gets on the horn and invites every alley cat in town. They come in swinging on a rope like Tarzan. While their owners are away, Spike and Tyke try to keep three invasion-minded felines from geting in the house for a party.

1965x01 The Dot and the Line

  • Season Premiere

    1965-12-31T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A love story in which the line has unrequited love for the dot; she only has eyes for the squiggle. He overcomes his straight-laced life, and the dot sees him for what he truly is.

1967x01 The Bear that Wasn't

  • Season Premiere

    1967-12-31T05:00:00Z — 7 mins

A bear settles down for his long winter nap, and while he sleeps, the progress of man continues. He wakes up to find himself in the middle of an industrial complex.