Rare, Lost And Strange Cartoons!
There are many famous cartoon characters we know and love, but what about the ones that didn't achieve great success? What happened to the animated advertisements and educational films? Many of these animated gems have been lost to time, often abandoned and forgotten. Not Anymore!
The Cultoons collection gathers these rare gems together, most unseen by the general public since their creation. These great shorts have been assembled and digitally remastered from original 16mm and 35mm films (many from the only known print), preserved by collectors and archives around the world.
Mendelssohn's Spring Song (1931)
Rare color cartoon by Cy Young, pioneer Disney special effects artist.
Monkey Doodle (1931)
By Les Elton (featuring Simon the Monk), one of the strangest cartoons ever made!
The Hobo Hero (1935) by Les Elton (featuring Piccolo Pete)
Kool Penguins (1935) Audio Productions
Wonder Bakers at the World's Fair (1939)
by Ted Eshbaugh - color animated segments from the 1939 World's Fair
Ford Animated Commercials (1950) by Dr. Suess / UPA
Shell Oil / Brookfield Butter (1940 / 41)
Theatrical commercials by Cartoon Films, Inc.
Korn Plastered in Africa (1932) by Scarfoot McCroy - featuring 'Uncle Don'
PM Picnic (1948)
by Chad & Al Stahl - A promotional short for store owners pitching PM's Famous Blended Whiskey
Goofy Goat (1931) by Ted Ehbaugh
Toddy Commercials (1950 - 52)
Drive-in shorts by Kling Productions
Monsters Do Have Their Place (1971)
A short made for theatres urging patrons to vote against cable TV
No Fare (1935)
by Monty Collins - Featuring Goofy Gus and his Omni-Bus
Easy Does It! (1948)
A beautifully animated promotional short for grocery stores by Hugh Harman Productions.