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Cartoons were originally created to poke, jab, tease and make fun of everyone and everything. They made people laugh, but are now considered politically incorrect. If you're not a secular progressive and want to laugh again, these selected cartoons will do it for you.
The earliest of the Warner Bros. cartoons all had music openings, not anything like the familiar Looney Tunes theme music heard in later cartoons. Warner, not having these cartoons for long, sold them to Archetyp market but retained the original music. To the right, are two of these vintage openings, with the music. Listen and watch from the 1930's.
Guild Open #1 1932-1933 "Whistle And Blow Your Blues Away" Carmen Lombardo & Joseph Young
Guild Open #2 1933-1936 Beauty And The Beast Bert Karmer & Harry Ruby
Eatin' On The Cuff (The Moth Who Came To Dinner - 1942)
A live-action piano player relates the story of a moth who, on his way to marry a honeybee, falls into the clutches of an amorous black widow spider. Who is this live-action figure? His voice is remembered in many cartoons.
Beginning in the 1930's, Bosko was an inexpensive cartoon to show, running on television through the 1990's. Although Bosko's creation came from Warner Bros., MGM also produced several of the theatrical cartoons. Here is a rarely seen MGM Bosko, in color.
Foxy is a trolley engineer whose problems include an obese lady hippo who can't fit into the trolley and a set of wheels that detach from the trolley car while it's moving. Politically correct? Absolutely not and that's why it's here.
SCRUB ME MAMA WITH A BOOGIE BEAT - A Walter Lantz cartoon from 1941. Music track by The Andrew Sisters and voice charactorization by Mel Blanc. Now in public domain. I remember seeing this on television.
Dough for the Do-Do is a Warner BrothersMerrie Melodies theatrical cartoon short released in 1949 and directed by Friz Freleng. The cartoon is available on Disc 2 of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1