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Silent Animated Films at the Library of Congress

Prepared by Joy A. McIntire | December 7, 1995 (Updated April 1999)

Introduction | Scope | Selection | Abbreviations | Sample Entry | List of Films | Bibliography

See also: Guidelines for Viewing Film & Videotapes


INTRODUCTION

The Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division (M/B/RS) has a rare and valuable collection of silent animated film. This collection contains early cartoon series such as the Alice Comedies, Felix the Cat, and Mutt and Jeff. The collection also has animated educational films such as Tommy's Troubles (1926) which teaches children how to take care of their teeth by eating healthy foods and brushing. An animated account of The Sinking of the Lusitania (1918) by Winsor McCay provides a historical representation of this pivotal event that prompted the United States to join World War I. Political cartoons also appear in the collection including Cartoon: T.R.'s Arrival in Africa (1909) which is a parody of President Theodore Roosevelt's safari trips. The earliest silent animated film in the collection is The Enchanted Drawing produced by Thomas Edison in 1900. This film depicts a live artist drawing a sad looking tramp on a sketch pad and as the artist continues to draw his face changes in slow motion. In the same animation style the Library of Congress also has Humorous Phases of Funny Faces (1906). Both of those films are also part of the Paper Print Collection which is comprised of films that for copyright purposes in the early 1900's were sent to the library as stills on rolls of paper instead of on film. These silent animated films offer an interesting portrayal of American history and folklife and the Library places a high priority on preserving and making them accessible to scholars. We hope this filmography will be a useful research tool for scholars, filmmakers, and librarians.


SCOPE

The research guide includes more than 250 silent animated films produced in 1929 or earlier. Some of the films are not yet viewable because they are archival copies, but viewing copies are being made as indicated by "ref. copy forthcoming" in the entry. For the purpose of this research guide, the term "animation" includes cel, clay, and puppet animation and the term "silent" includes any animated film without sound. In addition, there are indexes of character names, personal names, and series titles. (The personal names index include directors, producers, animators, collection donors, cast members, or anyone whose name appears in the citation.)


SELECTION

Film titles were garnered from various automated and manual files at the Library of Congress. Both cataloged and uncatalogued films have been included in this research guide. Where M/B/RS has more than one copy of a film only the viewable reference print is listed.


ABBREVIATIONS

The following is a list of the abbreviations and their full terms:

Source abbreviations

  • MPW - Moving Picture World
  • MPN - Motion Picture News

Physical description abbreviations

  • arch. pos. - archival positive (non-viewable archival copy)
  • mas. pos. - master positive (non-viewable archival copy)
  • dupe neg. - duplicate negative (non-viewable archival copy)
  • ref. print - reference print (viewable copy)
  • b&w - black and white
  • col. - color
  • (inc.) - incomplete
  • unid. - unidentified

Descriptive elements

  • Alt. title - Alternate title
  • Dist. - Distributor
  • Dir. - Director
  • Prod. - Producer
  • Prod. Co. - Production Company
  • ref. copy forthcoming - reference copy forthcoming (viewable copy)

SAMPLE ENTRY

The following is a sample citation:

ALICE THE TOREADOR. (1924) (Title/Date)
FAB 1199 (Shelf #)

AFI/ Marshall (George) Collection (Donor/Collection)
16mm ref. print (225 ft.): b&w. (Physical description)
Series: Alice Comedies
Prod. Co. & Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Animator: Walt Disney

Summary: The antics of a live-action girl in an animated account of the girl's adventures with a tame steer in a bull ring.

Note: End title lacking. Combination animation and live action.

* Note field contains information about copyright, reissues, missing or added footage, and incomplete copies.
* Plot summaries are provided either from secondary sources or personal viewings.


SILENT ANIMATED FILMS

Accidents Won't Happen

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN ACCIDENTS WON'T HAPPEN.

ACTION ANTICS! (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

Wright (Harry) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (151 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Animator: Bart Foss.

Note: Consists of parts of two Action Antics! shorts. On reel with: Housekeeping at the zoo and Chumming with the animals.

The Adventurer

SEE FELIX GETS BROADCASTED

Alice and the Dog Catcher

SEE ALICE THE DOG CATCHER

ALICE CANS THE CANNIBALS. (1924)
FEA 3768

AFI/Berg (Alta) Collection
35mm ref. print (560 ft.): b&w.
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Prod.: Walt Disney, Roy Disney; Character: Julius; Cast: Virginia Davis.
Alt. Title: Felix The Cat in "The Cannibals".

Summary: Concerns the adventures of Alice and her cat, Julius, after they are shipwrecked on the cannibal islands.

Note: Combination of animation and live action.

ALICE CHOPS THE SUEY. (1925)
FAB 3012

AFI/Oregon Historical Society/McCoy (Robert) Collection
16mm ref. print: b&w (tinted).
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Prod.: Walt Disney, Roy Disney; Character: Julius; Cast: Margie Gay.

Summary: Alice and an her cat, Julius, pop out of an inkwell and into a Chinese scene. Alice is kidnapped by Chinese rats and she and the cat escape just in time by jumping back into the inkwell.

Note: Combination of animation and live action.

ALICE GETS STAGE STRUCK. [1926]
FEA 5116

AFI/Foley (Ed) Collection
35mm ref. print (587 ft.): b&w.
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Prod.: Walt Disney; Character: Julius, Pete; Cast: Margie Gay.

Summary: Alice and the gang stage an Our Gang-style Uncle Tom's Cabin show. Playing the part of Little Eva, Alice is accidentally knocked out, and dreams herself in snowland with Julius, who is building a snowman. They run afoul of Pete the Bear who chases them into a winter cabin and across ice floes.

Note: Combination of animation and live action. Sound reissue of silent film.

ALICE ON THE FARM. (1925)
FEA 3050

AFI/Celentano Collection
35mm ref. print (765 ft.): b&w.
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Prod.: Walt Disney; Characters: Julius, Pete; Cast: Margie Gay.

Summary: Alice and Julius are farmhands. Pete discovers Alice is on the farm and he kidnaps her. Julius rescues Alice by pouring starch over Pete who cracks apart and is thrown in the trash.

Note: Combination animation and live action. Sound reissue.

ALICE THE DOG CATCHER. (1924)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Oregon Historical Society/McCoy (Robert) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (ca. 850 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Prod.: Walt Disney, Roy Disney; Cast: Virginia Davis.
Alt. title: Alice and the Dog Catcher.

Summary: Alice saves a family of animated puppies from an animated dog catcher, then steals a truck from a real dog catcher.

Note: Combination animation and live-action.

ALICE THE JAIL BIRD. (1925)
FAB 2264

Dunston (Gatewood W.) Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (235 ft.): b&w.
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod.: M.J. Winkler; Animator: Walt Disney; Cast: Margie Gay as Alice.
Alt. title: The Jail Break.

Summary: Alice, a cat, and a turtle steal a pie, are chased and caught by a walrus policeman, and are sent to prison from which they escape with the help of an ostrich.

Note: Combination animation and live action. Main title and all credits lacking. MPW 76:722.

ALICE THE TOREADOR. (1924)
FAB 1199

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (225 ft.): b&w.
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Animator: Walt Disney; Cast: Virginia Davis.

Summary: Alice has adventures with a tame steer in a bull ring.

Note: Combination animation and live action. End title lacking.

ALICE WINS THE DERBY. (1925)
FEA 3673

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
35mm ref. print (620 ft.): b&w.
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Prod.: Walt Disney, Roy Disney; Dir.: Walt Disney; Characters: Julius, Pete; Cast: Margie Gay.

Summary: Julius and Alice enter a cross-country auto race, but their car is sidetracked by false detours that villainous Pete the bear sets up. Finally Julius discovers a mechanical horse and rides it to victory in the steeplechase.

Note: Combination of live action and animation.

ALICE'S CIRCUS DAZE. (1926)
FEA 4782

AFI/Jarvis (Gordon) Collection
35mm ref. print (655 ft.): b&w.
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co.: Winkler Pictures, Inc.; Dist.: FBO Pictures.
Prod.: Walt Disney; Characters: Julius; Cast: Lois Hardwick (Alice).

Summary: Alice and Julius are circus acrobats, competing for the crowd's attention with a comic side show and a lion taming act. Up on the high wire, Julius balances Alice on a stack of chairs. Chairs collapse; Julius rescues the falling Alice with a tall step ladder.

Note: Combination of live action and animation.

ALICE'S EGG PLANT. (1925)
FEA 3674

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
35mm ref. print (780 ft.): b&w.
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Prod.: Walt Disney, Roy Disney; Dir.: Walt Disney; Character: Julius; Cast: Dawn O'Day.

Summary: Julius the overseer of Alice's poultry farm, has an order to deliver 5,000 eggs to Skinem and Soakem, but a Bolshevik agitator (A Rooster named Little Red Henski) persuades the hens to strike. To raise the necessary eggs, Alice sponsors a prize fight and charges each customer one egg as the price of admission.

Note: "Raytone Pictures Presents" is on the film: may be a reissue company. Combination animation and live action.

ALICE'S MYSTERIOUS MYSTERY. (1926)
FEB 4775

AFI/Atkinson (Dennis) Collection
35mm ref. print (ca. 525 ft.): b&w.
Series: Alice Comedies.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Prod.: Walt Disney; Characters: Pete, Julius; Cast: Margie Gay.

Summary: Pete and his mouse cohort are kidnapping dogs and turning them into sausages, as Julius the Cat and the live-action Alice discover. They save the imprisoned dogs from the ghoulish character dressed in long white robes.

Note: Combination animation and live action.

ALL STAR CAST. (1924)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (175 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

All Wrong Old Laddiebuck

SEE AWOL.

AMATEUR NIGHT ON THE ARK. (1923)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

AMATEUR SHOW. [1926-1927]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Romano (Tim) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate): b&w (tinted).
Series: Hot Dog Cartoons.
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.

AMOS ROACH IN THE STOLEN DREAM. [1910]
FEB 9037

AFI/Hagenauer (George) Collection
35mm ref. print: b&w.
Prod./Animator: Harold "Andy" Hettinger.

ANDY AT WORK. [1910]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Hagenauer (George) Collection
35mm mas. pos. (675 ft.): b&w.

THE ANIMAL AVIATORS. [192-]
FEA 3547

AFI/Blackhawk Collection
35mm ref. print (421 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Dist.: Pathe.
Prod.: [Paul Terry]; Characters: Farmer Al Falfa, and Ignatz Mouse.

Note: On same reel with The Boat Race.

Summary: Animated short where animals are flying around in all kinds of funny flying machines including hot air balloons, single prop airplanes, bicycle powered planes, etc.

ANIMAL' FAIR. (1923)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Animated Fatty Arbuckle and Charlie Chaplin

SEE [UNID. POST NO. 01: ANIMATED CHAPLIN - ARBUCKLE]

[AN ANIMATED HAIR CARTOON: SUBJECT L]. (1925)
FAB 1707

AFI/Post (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (101 ft.): b&w.
Dist.: Red Seal Pictures Corp.
Prod.: Edwin Miles Fadman; Animator: Marcus.

Summary: Cartoon drawings of Louise Fazenda, Maxim Gorky, Czar Nicholas II of Russia, Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbanks.

Note: On reel with: The fate of foxes; A winter day in Chicago; [Unid. Post No. 11: Castro, the stormy petrel of the south and northern broom]; [Unid. Post No. 12: The Coal trust and the winter sun]; [Unid. Post No. 13: Witness Mockefeller]; and Facts worth knowing. Ends abruptly and lacks end title.

ANIMATION. [19--]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Anonymous Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate): b&w.

[ANIMATION LOOP]. [19--]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Klayman (Patricia) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (ca. 10 ft.): b&w.

Summary: Early animated segment of man dropping his hat and kicking it back on his head.

Note: Original may be hand painted.

ANOTHER BOTTLE, DOCTOR. [192-]
FGE 3568

AFI/Public Archives of Canada-House (Jerome) Collection
35mm ref. print (1,691 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Red Seal Picture Corp.
Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Editor: Harry Chandlee.

ANT LIFE AS IT ISN'T. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Anti-Fat

SEE [UNID. ZOUARY: DR. WORSEN PLUMBER]

April Maze

SEE FELIX THE CAT - APRIL MAZE

Arabiantics

SEE FELIX THE CAT IN ARABIANTICS

AWOL. [1919]
FEA 3137

AFI/Rhode Island Historical Society

FEA 3506

35mm ref. print (470 ft.): b&w (tinted).
35mm ref. print (470 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Prod. Co.: American Motion Picture Corp.
Prod.: Charlie Bowers.
Alt. title: All Wrong Old Laddiebuck.

Summary: Concerns American soldiers in Europe after the armistice. One goes AWOL with 'Joy' (Miss AWOL) and after a series of mishaps with her, he is thrown in a guard house while his fellow soldiers go home.

Balloons

SEE KO-KO'S BALLOONS

THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER. (1928)
VBH 4108

AFI/Melzer (Leo) Collection
3/4 in. viewing copy: b&w.
Prod. Co.: Kinex Studios.
Character: Daffy Doings.
Alt. title: Daffy Doings in Doodlebugville: The Banker's Daughter.

Summary: Daffy is in love with the banker's daughter but the banker is doing everything in his power to keep them apart. Daffy gets his love in the end.

Note: Puppet and clay animation. On reel with: The Milky Way and A Doodleburg Elopement.

BARNUM WAS RIGHT. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Kilmer (Lawrence W.) Collection
35mm dupe neg. (500 ft.): b&w.
Series: A Life Cartoon Comedy.
Prod. Co.: Sherwood-Wadsworth Pictures, Inc.; Dist.: Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.
Prod.: Mason Wadsworth; Animator: John R. McCory; Editor: Robert Sherwood.

Note: See FAB 573 for viewing copy with sound added. On film: E.W. Hammons Presents.

BARNYARD ARTISTS. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

BARNYARD FOLLIES. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

The Barnyard Melody

SEE CURE OR KILL

BARNYARD POLITICS. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (215 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

BATHING BEAUTY BABIES. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Brulatour (Peter) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (1730 ft.): b&w
Series: A McDougall Alley Comedy.
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.
Dir.: Robert B. Wilcox; Supervisor: William E. Wolcott.

Bedtime

SEE KO-KO'S BEDTIME

Before and After

SEE BOBBY BUMPS IN BEFORE AND AFTER.

Behind in Front

SEE FELIX THE CAT - BEHIND IN FRONT

THE BIG BURG. (1929)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Romano (Tim) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate): b&w (tinted).
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures.
Prod.: Amedee J. Van Beuren; Animators: Paul Terry, Frank Moser.

BIG CHIEF KO-KO. (1925)
FEB 0245

AFI/Horton (Dorothy) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc) (739 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Films Inc.; Dist.: Red Seal Pictures Corp.
Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Prod. & Animator: Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.

Summary: The animated clown, Ko-Ko, and his dog are chased by fierce Indians.

Note: Animation combined with live action. May lack some end footage at the end.

BIG GAME. (1929)
FAA 8319

AFI/Quinn (Elmer) Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (180 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables, No. 384.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures.; Animators: Paul Terry, Harry Bailey.

Note: Main title lacking.

BIG HEARTED FISH. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

BIG REWARD. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (215 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

THE BOAT RACE. [192-]
FEA 3547

AFI/Blackhawk Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (33 ft.): b&w.
Characters: The Gumps.
Alt. title: The Gumps in The Boat Race.

Summary: The Gumps enter a boat race with all the odds against them and win.

Note: On reel with: The Animal Aviators. Combination animation and live action.

The Boastful Cat

SEE FABLE OF THE BOASTFUL CAT.

BOBBY BUMPS AND THE SPECKLED DEATH. (1918)
FAA 9855

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
16mm ref. print (152 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios
Dir./Animator: Earl Hurd; Character: Bobby Bumps.

BOBBY BUMPS' EEL-ELECTRIC LAUNCH. (1919)
FAB 1684

AFI/Atkinson (Dennis) Collection
16mm ref. print (161 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios; Animator: Earl Hurd; Character: Bobby Bumps.

[Bobby Bumps Film Co.]

SEE [UNID. MISC. NO. 17: BOBBY BUMPS FILM CO.].

BOBBY BUMPS GOES FISHING. (1916)
FAB 3643

AFI/Kolyer Family Collection
16mm ref. print (50 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios; Dist.: Paramount.
Animator: Earl Hurd ; Character: Bobby Bumps.
Alt. title: [Unid. B.E. Sullivan Antiques No. 01: Bobby Bumps Goes Fishing] (Title on shelflist card).

Note: Incomplete as some shots listed in MPW are not in this copy. Probably a re-release copy.
MPW 28: 1905.

BOBBY BUMPS IN BEFORE AND AFTER. (1915)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Kraemer (Jerome) Collection
16mm arch. pos.: b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios; Dist.: Thunderbird Films.
Animator: Earl Hurd; Character: Bobby Bumps.

BOBBY BUMPS' INCUBATOR. (1918)
FEB 1987

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (207 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios; Animator: Earl Hurd; Character: Bobby Bumps.

Note: Part of end picture lacking

BOBBY BUMPS PUTS ON BEANERY ON THE BUM. (1918)
FAA 9852

AFI/Kraemer (Jerome) Collection
16mm ref. print (177 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios; Animator: Earl Hurd; Character: Bobby Bumps.

Note: Thunderbird Films reissue copy.

BOBBY BUMPS STARTS A LODGE. (1916)
FEB 4161

AFI/Atkinson (Dennis) Collection
35mm ref. print (615 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios; Animator: Earl Hurd; Character: Bobby Bumps.

Summary: Bobby Bumps plays a trick on his friend who wants to be initiated into his lodge. When his friend outsmarts him and saves his life they both agree to be initiated into the lodge together.

BONZO. (1924)
FLA 598

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (285 ft.): b&w.
Dist.: New Era Films, Ltd.
Prod.: W.A. Ward; Creator: George Ernest Study; Character: Bonzo.

Summary: Concerns Bonzo, the dog, and his escapades in the kitchen attempting to steal some sausages.

Note: British animated cartoon.

BRIGHT LIGHTS. (1928)
FEA 6142

AFI/Jarvis (Gordon) Collection
35mm ref. print (445 ft.): b&w.
Series: Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
Prod. Co.: Winkler Pictures; Dist.: Universal.
Dir.: Walt Disney; Character: Oswald (the Lucky Rabbit).

Summary: Stage door Johnny Oswald sneaks backstage to pursue a Cat Town follies girl. Chased on stage, he hides in a box, only to discover that the box is a tiger cage. Oswald shrinks and slips through the cage bars, but the tiger shrinks too and gives chase. Lions join the tiger, pursuing Oswald into the audience; the theater empties.

Bubbles

SEE KO-KO'S SLIPPERY SUDS

Bull Fight

SEE MUTT AND JEFF IN BULL FIGHT

Bunkum's boarding house

SEE CARTOONS ON THE BEACH

CABARET. (1929)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (200 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Eastman Kodak Kodascope Libraries Division.

CANDYLAND. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Melzer (Leo) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (96 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Kinex Studios.
Character: Chip, the wooden man.

Note: On the same reel with Down in Mexico. Puppet animation.

DER CAPTAIN IS EXAMINED FOR INSURANCE. (1917)
FEA 8641

AFI/Lee (Robert E.) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (391 ft.): b&w
Series: Katzenjammer Kids.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service; Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Animator: Gregory La Cava; Characters: The Captain, Katzenjammer Kids.
Alt. title: [Unid. Lee No. 01: Katzenjammer Kids] (Title on Lee inventory)

Note: Main and end titles, credits, and part of picture lacking.

CARTOON: T.R.'S ARRIVAL IN AFRICA. [1909]
FAB 884
FEA 6732
FEA 9652

Roosevelt (Theodore) Collection
16mm ref. print (11 ft.): b&w
35mm ref. print (33 ft.): b&w.

Summary: Brief animated sequence showing a number of animals in a tree approached by a cartoon figure of Theodore Roosevelt.

Note: LC copy incomplete: lacking all titles, credits, etc.

CARTOON FACTORY. (1924)
FEB 0714

AFI/Horton (Dorothy) Collection
35mm ref. print (681 ft.): b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Prod. Co.: Out of the Inkwell Films; Dist.: Red Seal Pictures Corp..
Dir.: Dave Fleischer ; Character: Ko-Ko.

Summary: The animated clown, Ko-Ko, operates an animation machine drawn for him by the artist.

Note: Combines live-action and animation. MPW 72:360.

[CARTOON OF MR. PAUL RAINEY'S AFRICAN TRIP, 1910]. [1911]
FAB 963
FAB 1204
FAB 1205

Roosevelt (Theodore) Collection
16mm ref. print (195-233 ft.): b&w.

Summary: Grandpa is washed overboard, comes to land in a barrel, is captured by African natives, and escapes back to sea. "Sub-plot" shows the adventures of a lion chased by an ostrich and later swallowed by a whale.

CARTOON OF TR'S RECEPTION BY CROWNED HEADS OF EUROPE. [1910]
FAB 946

Roosevelt (Theodore) Collection
16mm ref. print (3 ft.): b&w.

CARTOONS ON THE BEACH. (1915)
FLA 3008

Kleine (George) Collection
35mm ref. print (981 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
Dir. & Animator: Reil Barre ; Cast: O.W. Forster, Maxine Brown, Gladys Leslie, Charles Mussett.

Summary: Billy and his sweetheart go to the beach, sit down at an outdoor table in their bathing suits, and look at a book of cartoons.

Note: Mixes live action and animation. Includes four animated sequences entitled: The Hicks in nightmareland, Bunkum's boarding house, The Kelly kid's adventure, and A Sand microbe flirtation.

CATFISHING. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

Wright (Harry) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (inc.) (101 ft.):b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Pathe Exchange.
Dir.: Paul Terry, Frank Moser.

Note: On reel with: On the Floor of the Atlantic.

THE CENTAURS. (1921)
FEA 5543

AFI/Cinematheque Canadienne
35mm ref. print (inc.) (244 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Rialto Productions.
Prod./Animator: Winsor McCay.

Summary: A half human-half horse boy and girl meet and fall in love. They have a baby and go home to their parents for a happy reunion.

Note: On reel with Gertie on tour. Main title and some footage lacking.

[CHARLES EVANS HUGHES CAMPAIGNING IN RHODE ISLAND]. [191-]
FEA 9054

AFI/Rhode Island Historical Society File
35mm ref. print (322 ft.): b&w.

Summary: Early animation footage depicting Hughes as a pro-labor candidate.

CHARLESTON QUEEN. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (233 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

CHEMICAL INSPIRATION. [1920]
ref. copy forthcoming

Wright (Harry) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (99 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios.

Note: On reel with Goldwyn Bray pictograph.

Chumming with the animals

SEE ACTION ANTICS!

Claire de Lune Espagnol

SEE THE MAN IN THE MOON.

COAST TO COAST. (1928)
FAA 1612

AFI/Quinn (Elmer) Collection
16mm ref. print, (224 ft): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures; Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Animators: Paul Terry, Frank Moser.

COLONEL HEEZA LIAR AT THE BAT. (1915)
FEA 8344

AFI/Curran (Phillip J.) Collection
35mm ref. print (638 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Colonel Heeza Liar.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios, 1915.
Prod./Dir.: John R. Bray; Characters: Colonel Heeza Liar.

Summary: The diminutive Colonel Heeza Liar dominates a baseball game with his superior hitting and pitching.

[COLONEL HEEZA LIAR CARTOON]. [1923]
ref. copy forthcoming

Dunston (Gatewood W.) Collection
28mm mas. pos. (250 ft.): b&w.
Series: Colonel Heeza Liar.
Prod. Co.: Bray Productions.

Summary: Col. Heeza Liar is attacked by a submarine and bombers while out fishing.

Note: Lacking main title, production information, credits, and end titles.

COLONEL HEEZA LIAR, HOBO. [1916]
FLA 600

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (60 ft.); b&w.
Series: Colonel Heeza Liar.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios, Inc.
Animator: John R. Bray.

Summary: The diminutive Col. Heeza Liar accompanies his huge wife on a shopping trip.

Note: Lacking final scenes.

COLONEL HEEZA LIAR WINS THE PENNANT. (1916)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Commanda (Anthony) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (500 ft.): b&w; FPB 9024.
Series: Colonel Heeza Liar
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios; Dist.: Paramount.
Characters: Colonel Heeza Liar

Note: Condition of film is shrunken. MPN 13.3, No. 18, p. 2727.

[COMING ATTRACTIONS AT UNIDENTIFIED THEATER, NO. 2]. [1929]
FAA 2237

AFI/Moyer (Larry) Collection
16mm ref. print (160 ft.): b&w.

Summary: Six animated trailers, without live action, for a week's booking at an unidentified theatre. Trailers: Plastered in Paris, with Sammy Cohen and Jack Pennick, 1928; Tropical nights, featuring Patsy Ruth Miller and Malcolm McGregor, 1928; Synthetic Sin, with Colleen Moore with Antonio Moreno, 1929; True heaven, George O'Brien, Lois Moran, 1929; Sins of the fathers, Emil Jannings, 1928; The Sawdust paradise, Esther Ralston, 1928; Taking a chance, Rex Bell, 1928.

COMIN' THRO' THE RYE. (1924)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Oregon Historical Society/Cook (L.C.) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (283 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Song Cartune.
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Studios.
Prod.: Max Fleischer; Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Characters: Ko-Ko.

Note: Lacking sound track.

Summary: Ko-Ko the Clown and his animated band play Comin' Thro the Rye. The words are on the screen.

Source: AFI Star Database.

A CONTINUOUS LINE OF THOUGHT. (1920)
FEB 5669

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
35mm ref. print (203 ft.): b&w.
Series: Goldwyn-Bray Pictographs.
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.
Dir.: Monsieur Jean Gic.

Summary: Line drawing animation. The intertitles read: "Strictly speaking ze 'HOG' is an animal." "But ze 'ROAD HOG' is another story." "Many tales are wound about a string of pearls." "Whenever you see this young chap--", "--with his bouquet of flower--", "--Follow ze obvious line of reasoning, and you will find excellent cause for his haste." "The Gazelle is an exceedingly graceful animal of the plains--", "But it has nothing on the Gazelles of Broadway."

Note: On same reel with Unid. Nichol, No. 32: Pathe Comedy.

COOKS VS. CHEFS: THE PHABLE OF OLAF AND LOUIS. (1916)
FLA 553
FLA 1443

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (100 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service, Inc.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Animator: Reil Barre.

Summary: Olaf, a mere cook, ruins a turkey dinner for his friends, while Louis, a chef, concocts a gourmet meal out of an old fire hose for his unknowing but appreciative boss.

CRAMPS. (1916)
FEB 5125

AFI/Peters (S.E.) Collection
35mm ref. print (497 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Mutt and Jeff
Prod. Co.: Bud Fisher Film Corporation.
Prod.: Bud Fisher; Dir.: Charlie Bowers, Raoul Barre.

Note: Nitrate card indicates film has two feet of Bud Fisher's face at head of reel.

[CREAM SEPARATOR]. [1912]
FLA 1557

Kleine (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (73 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
Animator: W.W. Dinwiddie.

Summary: Illustrates the separation of cream from milk by means of centrifugal force. Shows a line drawing of the interior of a cream separator, and a three-dimensional model of the same machine with milk and cream.

CURE OR KILL. (1928)
FEB 0093

AFI/Lippincott (James E.) Collection
35mm ref. print (455 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.
Animators: Paul Terry, Hugh Shields.

Note: Title on print The Barnyard Melody.

Curlee Presents Frank's Reward

SEE LADY GODIVA SAVES THE PEOPLE OF GOTHAM.

Daffy Doings in Doodlebugville: The Banker's Daughter

SEE THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER

Daffy Doings in Doodlebugville: A Doodlebug Elopement

SEE A DOODLEBUG ELOPEMENT

Daffy Doings in Doodlebugville: The Milky Way

SEE THE MILKY WAY

A DAY OFF. (1928)
FEB 7018

AFI/Braverman (Rich) Collection
35mm ref. print (ca. 1000 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables, No. 392.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.
Prod.: Amedee J. Van Beuren; Animators: Paul Terry, John Foster.

DAZE AND KNIGHTS (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Bouchard (Enrique J.) Collection
35mm (nitrate)
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: Felix The Cat in Daze and Knights (Copyright title)

DINES AND PINES (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Kilmer (Lawrence W.) Collection
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions; Character: Felix the Cat.

DINKY DOODLE AND RED RIDING HOOD. (1925)
FEA 5629

AFI/Charles Collection
35mm ref. print (748 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios; Dist.: Standard Cinema Corp.
Prod.: John R. Bray; Dir.: Walter Lantz; Characters: Dinky Doodle, Red Riding Hood.

Summary: Dinky Doodle and his real friend are reading the book Little Red Riding Hood. Red is crying so Dinky jumps into the book to help her and they fall in love. The wolf ends up chasing them out of the book and Dinky's real friend defeats him so that Dinky and Red can be happy together.

Note: Live action and animation. Some interior titles may be lacking.

The Dinosaur and the baboon

SEE THE DINOSAUR AND THE MISSING LINK, A PREHISTORIC TRAGEDY.

THE DINOSAUR AND THE MISSING LINK, A PREHISTORIC TRAGEDY. (1917)
FLA 1472

Kleine (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (208 ft.): b&w.
Series: Conquest program ; no. 5.
Prod. Co.: Thomas A. Edison.
Animator/writer: Willis O'Brien; Characters: Duke, Stonejaw Steve, Theophilus Ivoryhead, Miss Araminta Rockface.
Alt. title: The Dinosaur and the baboon.

Summary: Uses puppet and clay animation to tell a story of prehistoric times. Three suitors, named Duke, Stonejaw Steve, and Theophilus Ivoryhead, compete for the hand of Miss Araminta Rockface. The latter, an unassuming weakling, wins her hand when the others mistakenly believe that he has killed a large ape which was actually felled by a dinosaur.

Note: A Conquest Picture; puppet animation. MPW, v. 32.1, p.745 and v. 33.2, p.1122, 1389.

DOCTOR SOAKEM. [1919]
FEB 5758

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
35mm ref. print (ca. 400 ft.): b&w.
Series: Joy and Gloom Cartoons.
Prod. Co.: International Newsreel Corp.
Animator: John C. Terry; Character: Doctor Soakem.
Alt. titles: Dr. Soakem: $peciali$t.

Summary: Dr. Soakem convinces an obviously rich patient (he is wearing expensive clothes) that what ails him is a swollen wallet that will have to be removed and drained.

Note: Also on reel: His Silk Shirt.

Dr. Soakem: $peciali$t

SEE DOCTOR SOAKEM.

Dr. Worsen Plumber

SEE [UNID. ZOUARY: DR. WORSEN PLUMBER]

Dog Gone

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN DOG MISSING.

Dog Missing

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN DOG MISSING.

DOING HIS BIT. [1917]
FLA 1476

Kleine (George) Collection/Japanese Collection
16mm ref. print (109 ft.): b&w.
Series: Happy Hooligan.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service, Inc.; Dist.: Educational Film Corporation of America.
Animator: Frank Moser; Character: Happy Hooligan.

Summary: Happy Hooligan tells how, as a secret agent, he was captured by Germans in World War I, stole important war plans and returned to the allied lines, where he was greeted by allied generals who shouted "Vive Holligan."

A DOODLEBURG ELOPEMENT
VBH 4108

AFI/Melzer (Leo) Collection
3/4 in. viewing copy: b&w.
Prod. Co.: Kinex Studios.
Character: Daffy Doings.
Alt. title: Daffy Doings in Doodlebugville: A Doodlebug Elopement.

Summary: Daffy elopes with his sweetheart after her father kicks him out of the house. The two lovebirds are married just before her father catches up with them to stop the wedding.

Note: Puppet and clay animation. On reel with: The Milky Way and A Doodleburg Elopement.

DOWN IN MEXICO. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Melzer (Leo) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (96 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Kinex Studios.
Character: Chip, the wooden man.

Note: On reel with: Candyland. Puppet animation.

DOWN WHERE THE LIMBURGER BLOWS. (1917)
FEB 4856

AFI/Martin (Ernest) Collection
35mm ref. print (559 ft.): b&w.
Series: Katzenjammer Kids.
Prod. Co.: International Film Services, Inc.
Animator: Gregory La Cava; Characters: Katzenjammer Kids.

DREAMY DUD. HE RESOLVES NOT TO SMOKE. (1915)
FAB 2150
FEA 9934

AFI/Edell (Nancy) Collection
16mm ref. print (194 ft.): b&w.
35mm ref. print (483 ft.): b&w.
Series: Dreamy Dud.
Prod. Co.: John R. Bray Co.; Dist.: Essanay Film Manufacturing Co.
Animator: Wallace Carlson; Character: Dreamy Dud, Wag.

Summary: Dreamy Dud steals a man's pipe because he is fascinated with smoking and blowing smoke rings. He smokes the pipe and the smoke turns into a ghost and carries him up to the moon and leaves him. Dud falls off the moon and down to earth. He wakes up on the floor of his room and resolves never to smoke.

A Duet, He Made Me Love Him

SEE KRAZY KAT AND IGNATZ MOUSE IN A DUET, HE MADE ME LOVE HIM.

Egyptian Daze

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN EGYPTIAN DAZE.

THE ENCHANTED DRAWING. (1900)
FLA 4606

Paper Print Collection
16mm ref. print (38 ft.): b&w.
Prod.: Thomas A. Edison; Animator: J. Stuart Blackton.

Summary: The artist is filmed sketching the face of a sad-looking tramp on a large sheet of paper. After drawing a cigar in the mouth of the face, the face smiles and begins to puff large clouds of smoke.

Note: Combination animation and live action.

ENGLISH CHANNEL SWIM. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (225 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

ESCAPADES OF ESTELLE. [1916]
FEA 3306

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print (288 ft.): b&w.
Series: Komic Kartoon.
Prod. Co.: Gaumont American; Dist.: Mutual Pictures.
Animator: H.S. Palmer; Character: Estelle.
Alt. title: [Zouary Can No. 189].

Summary: A large black woman, Estelle, causes a sensation when she dresses in the latest fashions.

Eskimotive

SEE FELIX THE CAT IN ESKIMOTIVE.

EVOLUTION. (19--)
FGE 5567

AFI/Glass (Murray) Collection
35mm ref. print (4,030 ft.) : b&w.
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Studios.
Dir.: Max Fleischer; Technical advisor: Edward J. Foyles.

Example Early Animation and Live Action, Can No. 188

SEE [UNID. ZOUARY NO. 02: EXAMPLE EARLY ANIMATION AND LIVE ACTION, CAN NO. 188].

LA EXTRANA AVENTURA DE FELIX. (1928)
FEB 7085

AFI/Bouchard (Enrique J.) Collection
35mm ref. print (610 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Character: Felix the Cat

Note: Main title and intertitles in Spanish.

THE FABLE OF THE ALLEY CAT. (1923)
FEA 8503

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (115 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.; Dist.: Pathe Distributors.
Animator: Paul Terry.

Summary: A farmer so is plagued with mice that he sells his farm.

Note: End of picture lacking. On reel with [Unid. Zouary, No. 7: Animation Stock Shots].

FABLE OF THE BOASTFUL CAT. (1922)
FEA 6055

AFI/Tayler (Dorothy M.) Collection
35mm ref. print (440 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.
Animator: Paul Terry.
Alt. title: The Boastful Cat.

FACTS WORTH KNOWING. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Post (George) Collection
16mm pos. (3 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Studios.
Alt. title: Political Cartoons.

Note: Film consists of title frames only. On reel with: The fate of foxes; A winter day in Chicago; [Unid. Post No. 11: Castro, the stormy petrel of the south and northern broom]; [Unid. Post No. 12: The Coal trust and the winter sun]; and [Unid. Post No. 13: Witness Mockefeller].

FALSE VASES. (1928)
FEB 7179

AFI/Bouchard (Enrique J.) Collection
35mm ref. print (590 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Dir.: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: Felix The Cat in False Vases (Copyright title)

Note: Appears to be reissue by Copley Pictures Corp. as presented by Jacques Kopstein.

Farmer Al Falfa and His Wayward Pup

SEE FARMER AL FALFA'S WAYWARD PUP.

[FARMER AL FALFA CARTOON]. [192-]
FLA 288

Dunston (Gatewood W.) Collection
16mm ref. print (252 ft.): b&w.
Prod.: Paul Terry; Character: Farmer Al Falfa.

Summary: The barnyard animals play several tricks on Farmer Al Falfa, which include welding his car to a tow truck and sending him aloft in a balloon while he sleeps.

Note: Film missing main titles, production credits, and concluding scenes.

FARMER AL FALFA'S WAYWARD PUP. (1917)
FLA 1495

Kleine (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (255 ft.): b&w.
Series: Conquest program; no. 2
Prod. Co.: Thomas A. Edison.
Animator: Paul Terry; Character: Farmer Al Falfa.
Alt. title: Farmer Alfalfa and his wayward pup

Summary: Farmer Al Falfa's dog smokes the farmer's pipe and buries it when he gets sick; chases the farmer's ducks; and fights with the farmer's valuable game cock.

Note: A Conquest Picture. MPW, v. 33, p. 849.

FARMER AND THE OSTRICH. (1922)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (240 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

FARMYARD FOLLIES. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Croasdale (H.R. (Mrs.)) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (600 ft.): b&w.
Series: Krazy Kat.
Character: Krazy Kat.
Alt. title: Farmyard Frolic.

Farmyard Frolic

SEE FARMYARD FOLLIES

FATE OF THE FOXES. (1912)
FAB 1707

AFI/Post (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (42 ft.): b&w.
Series: The Gaumont Weekly
Prod. Co.: Gaumont Co.
Animator: Leonard Cather.

Summary: Topical cartoon sequence included in a weekly newsreel.

Note: On same reel with An Animated Hair Cartoon: Subject L; A Winter Day on Chicago; [Unid. Post No. 11: Castro, The Stormy Petrel of the South and The Northern Broom]; [Unid. Post No. 12: The Coal Trust and The Winter Sun]; [Unid. Post No. 13: Witness Mockefeller]; and Facts Worth Knowing.

FEET IS FEET: A PHABLE. (1916)
FLA 555

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (100 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service, Inc.
Animator: Reil Barre; Story: Tom E. Powers.

Summary: A large lady attempts to wear a pair of new shoes which are far too small for her large feet. After suffering through a day of misery, she exchanges them for something more comfortable.

FELIX FOLLOWS THE SWALLOWS. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Brulatour (Peter) Collection
35mm (nitrate) (580 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat
Prod. Co.: Winkler Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.

FELIX GETS BROADCASTED. (1923)
VBF 0390

AFI/Melzer (Leo) Collection
3/4 in. video viewing copy (inc.) : b&w (tinted).
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Winkler Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.

Note: On one reel with The Adventurer, and Out West.

FELIX GOES A-HUNTING. (1923)
FAB 0576

AFI/Meggers (William F.) Collection
16mm ref. print (205 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions; Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.

Summary: Felix shows a man how to shoot a rifle so that he can get a bear skin to make a coat for his wife. Felix loses the man's gun and he ends up chasing a bear into the man's house. The wife tackles the bear and skins him for her new coat.

Note: Kodascope Libraries reissue version.

Felix Goes Hungary

SEE FELIX GOES HUNGRY

FELIX GOES HUNGRY. (1924)
FEB 0447

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (557 ft.): b&w (tinted)
Series: Felix the Cat
Dist: Winkler Productions
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: Felix Goes Hungary.

Summary: A starving Felix the Cat must chase the mouse who steals the money he received from pawning a stolen hatpin.

Note: Main title, credits and part of beginning of picture lacking.

FELIX GOES WEST. (1924)
FAA 1915

AFI/Quinn (Elmer) Collection
16mm ref. print (262 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.

Note: Thunderbird reissue with music track on opening credits.

FELIX PUTS IT OVER. (1924)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Van Lieshout (Henry) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (525 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Felix the Cat
Prod. Co.: Winkler Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.

Note: Complete, with end credits.

FELIX SAVES THE DAY. (1922)
FEB 8612

AFI/Bosso (Louis) Collection
35mm ref. print: b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.

Summary: Felix steps in and saves the ball game when their star player is put in jail unjustly. Felix hits a home run and wins the game and hits the ball so high it causes the clouds to rain.

Note: Combination animation and live action.

FELIX THE CAT - APRIL MAZE. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Tillmany (Jack) Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.

FELIX THE CAT - BEHIND IN FRONT. (1927)
FEB 8613

AFI/Atkinson (Dennis) Collection
35mm ref. print (650 ft.) (inc.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Prod./ Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: Felix the Cat in Behind in Front.

Summary: Felix and his farmer friend join the army. Felix helps his friend get food and fight in the trenches. Incomplete.

FELIX THE CAT AS ROAMEO. (1927)
FEB 7021

AFI/Bouchard (Enrique J.) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. titles: Felix the Cat in Romeeow, and Romeeow.

Summary: Felix the Cat falls in love with Juliet. He must compete for her affections with a frenchman. They duel and Felix wins and goes back to woo Juliet. Incomplete.

FELIX THE CAT HITS THE NORTH POLE. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/ Miscellaneous Collection
16mm arch. pos. (inc.) (82 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod.: Pat Sullivan; E.W. Hammons; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: [Unid. AFI Misc. No. 3: 1920'3 or 1930's footage].

Note: Included on reel 1 of Interstate News Service. Part of picture may be lacking.

FELIX THE CAT IN ARABIANTICS. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Proce (Edward) Collection
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: Arabiantics.

Felix the Cat in Behind in Front

SEE FELIX THE CAT - BEHIND IN FRONT

Felix the Cat in Daze and Knights

SEE DAZE AND KNIGHTS

FELIX THE CAT IN ESKIMOTIVE. (1928)
FEB 7182

AFI/Bouchard (Enrique J.) Collection
35mm ref. print (750 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: Eskimotive.

Summary: Felix's son is trapped in a bubble and he floats to the Arctic. Felix chases the bubble up to the arctic and has many adventures trying to find his son. Felix finally returns home without him. Then Felix tries whistling for his son and he comes running home.

Note: Appears to be reissue by Bijou Films, Inc. as presented by Jacques Kopstein.

Felix the Cat in False Vases

SEE FALSE VASES

FELIX THE CAT IN JAPANICKY. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Bouchard (Enrique J.) Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: Japanicky.

Note: Reissue by Bijou Films, Inc.

FELIX THE CAT IN NO FUELIN'. (1928)
FEB 7028

AFI/Bouchard (Enrique J.) Collection
35mm ref. print: b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: No Fuelin'.

Summary: Felix goes searching for fuel for the fire to keep his family from freezing in the winter. Felix goes on many adventures to find fuel, but he always ends up losing it. He returns home without any fuel.

Note: Appears to be reissue copy by Bijou Films, Inc.

Felix the Cat in Romeeow

SEE FELIX THE CAT AS ROAMEO

Felix the Cat in "The Cannibals"

SEE ALICE CANS THE CANNIBALS

FELIX THE CAT IN THE SMOKE SCREAM. (1928)
FEB 7373

AFI/Bouchard (Enrique J.) Collection
35mm ref. print (650 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. Co.: Pat Sullivan Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: Smoke Scream.

Note: Appears to be reissue by Bijou Films, Inc. as presented by Jacques Kopstein.

FELIX THE CAT IN UNCLE TOM'S CRABBIN'. (1927)
FEA 8636

AFI/Kilmer (Lawrence W.) Collection
35mm ref. print (516 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Dist.: Educational Films Exchanges, Inc.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.
Alt. title: Uncle Tom's Crabbin'.

Summary: The story of Uncle Tom's Cabin with Felix the Cat. Felix triumphs and escapes from the evil slave owner and his whip.

Note: Presented by E.W. Hammons.

FELIX TURNS THE TIDE. (1923)
FEB 0489

AFI/Bosso (Louis) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (569 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Dist.: M.J. Winkler Productions.
Prod./Dir.: Pat Sullivan; Animator: Otto Messmer; Character: Felix the Cat.

Fireman Save My Child

SEE TONY SARG'S ALMANAC: FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD.

The First Circus

SEE TONY SARG'S ALMANAC: THE FIRST CIRCUS.

The Fish

SEE KO-KO TREADING WATER

Fishing

SEE KO-KO TREADING WATER

[Fishing]

SEE MUTT AND JEFF IN FISHING.

FLIES. (1923)
VBM 0723

AFI/Meggers (William F.) Collection
3/4 in. videotape (7 min.): b&w
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Prod. Co.: Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc.
Alt. title: Ko-Ko Swats 'Em.
Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Animator: Max Fleischer.

Note: Combination animation drawing and live action. Kodascope library copy.

FOAM SWEET FOAM. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Willat (Irvin V.)
35mm pos. (nitrate) (405 ft.): col.
Series: Ebenezer Ebony.
Prod. Co.: L.B. Cornwall, Inc.
Animator: Al Rose; Writer: John J. Reilly.

Note: This film was made in a Prizmacolor two-color process.

THE FORTUNE TELLER. (1923)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm mas. pos. (692 ft.): b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Prod. Co.: Out of the Inkwell Films Inc.
Prod.: M.J. Winkler.
Alt. title: [Zouary Can No. 193].

Summary: The animated clown, Ko-Ko, interrupts a seance between a gypsy fortune-teller and the artist.

Note: Combines live-action and animation. Copy lacking credit frames.

A FOWL ROMANCE; A TALE OF TWO BIRDS. [1925]
FEA 8913

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print (275 ft.): b&w.

Note: Part of picture may be lacking; end title and credits lacking.

Friday the 13th

SEE [UNID. ZOUARY NO. 04: FRIDAY THE 13TH (?)]

FROGLAND. (1924)
FAB 3151

Gutmann (Peter) Collection
16mm ref. print (197 ft.): b&w.
Alt. titles: Les Grenouilles Qui Demandent Un Roi and The Frogs Who Wanted a King.

Note: Puppet animation. MPW 67:73.

The Frogs Who Wanted a King

SEE FROGLAND.

FUN IN A BAKERY SHOP. (1902)
ref. copy forthcoming

16mm dupe neg. (37 ft.): b&w.
Prod.: Thomas Edison; Cameraman: Edwin S. Porter.

Summary: A baker makes faces out of dough instead of working.

Note: Clay animation. See video series: Origins of American Animation.

FURTHER ADVENTURES OF TWINKLE TOWN. [1929]
FAA 8120

AFI/Dudik (Edward) Collection
16mm ref. print (750 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Prod. Co.: National Film Studios; Dist.: Twinkle Pictures Presents.
Animator: Arthur Henderson; Story: Carlyle Emery.

Summary: Concerns the adventures of the tiny inhabitants of Twinkle Town. Live-action sequence shows what purports to be poet James Whitcomb Riley reading to a group of children.

Note: Combines live-action and animation.

GERTIE ON TOUR. (1921)
FEA 5543

AFI/Cinematheque Canadienne Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (136 ft.): b&w.
Prod./Dir./Animator: Winsor McCay; Character: Gertie.

Summary: Gertie is a dinosaur who lives in present times. She encounters a train and dreams of being the life of the party in her time. Incomplete.

Note: Main and end titles and some footage lacking. On reel with The Centaurs.

GERTIE THE DINOSAUR. (1914)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Killiam (Paul) Collection
35mm pos. (850 ft.): b&w.
Prod./Dir./Animator: Winsor McCay; Character: Gertie.

Getting A Story

SEE GOLDWYN-BRAY PICTOGRAPHS, NO. 7006: ORIGIN OF THE SHIMMIE; or, GETTING A STORY.

Getting His Goat

SEE MUTT AND JEFF IN GETTING HIS GOAT.

The Globe Trotters

SEE MUTT AND JEFF IN THE GLOBE TROTTERS.

GOLD RUSH. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (275 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Alt. title: The Gold Push.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Gold Push

SEE GOLD RUSH.

GOLDWYN-BRAY PICTOGRAPHS, NO. 7006: ORIGIN OF THE SHIMMIE; or, GETTING A STORY. (1919)
FEA 8746

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
35mm ref. print (384 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corporation; Dist.: Bray Studios, Inc.
Animator: Pat Sullivan.

Note: Last 84 feet of picture lacking. End title appears to have been added at a later time that contains music track.

GOODRICH DIRT, COWPUNCHER. (1918)
FAB 0176

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
16mm ref. print (165 ft.): b&w.
Series: Goodrich Dirt.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios.
Dir./Animator: Wallace Carlson; Prod.: John R. Bray; Character: Goodrich Dirt.

Summary: Goodrich takes a job as a ranch hand. The rancher gives him the meanest horse to ride, Sweet Begonia, who takes him on a wild ride. To get back at the rancher, Goodrich ties him up and has Sweet Begonia kick him against the barn like a ball.

GOODRICH DIRT, HYPNOTIST. (1919)
FAB 6375
FEB 5552

AFI/Kraemer (Jerome) Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (150 ft.): b&w.
35mm ref. print (inc.) (373 ft.): b&w.
Series: Goodrich Dirt.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios, Inc.; Dist.: Paramount Pictures.
Dir./story/animator: Wallace Carlson; Prod.: John R. Bray; Character: Goodrich Dirt.

Summary: Goodrich Dirt is entranced by a hypnotist who uses him in his show. When Goodrich tries to mimic his powers on a policeman, he is beaten up and deposited in the mental asylum in the violent ward. Goodrich then attacks the mental ward guard and moves into his office.

Note: Part of picture and end title lacking.

Goodrich Dirt in Spot Goes Romeoing

SEE GOODRICH DIRT SLEEPS AND SPOT GOES ROMEO-ING.

Goodrich Dirt Sleeping and Spot Goes Rodeoing

SEE GOODRICH DIRT SLEEPS AND SPOT GOES ROMEO-ING.

GOODRICH DIRT SLEEPS AND SPOT GOES ROMEO-ING. (1919)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Dunston (Gatewood W.) Collection
28mm arch. pos. (inc.?): b&w.
Series: Goodrich Dirt.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios.
Dir./Animator: Wallace Carlson; Prod.: John R. Bray; Characters: Goodrich Dirt, Spot.
A lt. titles: Goodrich Dirt Sleeping and Spot Goes Rodeoing, and Goodrich Dirt in Spot Goes Romeoing.

Summary: While Goodrich Dirt, a bum, takes a nap in an overturned trashcan, his dog, Spot, meets and attempts to woo an elusive black cat.

GREAT CAESAR'S GHOST! (1926)
AFI/ Anastasia (Angelo) Collection FAA 7889
AFI/Horton (Dorothy) Collection FEB 0788

16mm ref. print (400 ft.): b&w.
35mm ref. print (935 ft.): b&w.
Series: Laff-Trip Novelty.
Prod. Co.: B.M. Powell Inc.

Summary: Animated sequences concern the adventures of an American sailor and his dog in Italy. Live-action sequences show American sailors visiting Venice and Milan. Includes brief shots of Mussolini.

Note: Combination of animation and live-action. Film may have been released with a disc.

The Great Cheese Robbery

SEE KRAZY KAT IN THE GREAT CHEESE ROBBERY.

Les Grenouilles Qui Demandent Un Roi

SEE FROGLAND.

GRIDIRON DEMONS. (1928)
FEB 4555

AFI/Kraemer (Jerome) Collection
35mm ref. print (426 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables, No. 386.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.; Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Animators: Paul Terry, Frank Moser.

Note: End title lacking. MPN 38.2: 1287.

The Gumps in The Boat Race

SEE THE BOAT RACE.

HAPPY DAYS. (1928)
FAB 1200

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (225 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.; Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Animators: Paul Terry, John Foster.

Summary: An animated cartoon in which the antics of a number of farm animals finally force the farmer to sell his house and flee.

HAPPY HOOLIGAN IN A TRIP TO THE MOON. [1917]
FAB 3644

AFI/Kolyer Family Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (94 ft.): b&w.
Series: Happy Hooligan.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service, Inc.; Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Animator: Walter Lantz; Character: Happy Hooligan.

Summary: Happy Hooligan wants to take a trip to the moon so he asks a scientist to help him. The scientist takes Happy Hooligan to an observatory where he looks at the moon through a telescope. Incomplete.

Note: Based on a creation by Frederick Opper. MPN 12-7-1917.

HAPPY HOOLIGAN IN THE SPIDER AND THE FLY. [1918]
FAB 3316

AFI/Badger (Beverly) Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (98 ft.): b&w.
Series: Happy Hooligan.
Prod. Co.: Hearst International Film Service; Dist.: Goldwyn.
Character: Happy Hooligan.
Alt. title: [Keystone Reel].

Summary: Happy Hooligan is distracted by a spider instead doing his job chopping wood. The spider weaves a web stretching up to heaven so Happy climbs up. God tries to put Happy to work and when he resists he is thrown down to Hell. The devil can't make Happy work either. Episode ends with Happy standing next to a bomb that is about to blow up (incomplete).

Note: On reel with: Jerry on the Job in the Tale of a Wag; S'matter Pete, and Judge Rummy On With the Dance.

He Buys a Jitney

SEE MR. NOBODY HOLME IN HE BUYS A JITNEY.

He Orders Gentle Exercise

SEE OLD DOCK GLOOM IN HE ORDERS GENTLE EXERCISE.

He Resolves Not to Smoke

SEE DREAMY DUD. HE RESOLVES NOT TO SMOKE.

"HE WHO LAUGHS LAST". (1925)
FBB 3727-3728

AFI/Dudik (Edward) Collection
16mm ref. print (1820 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: Bud Barsky Productions.
Dir.: Jack Nelson; Writer: Grover Jones; Ass. Dir.: Sam J. Mintz; Editors: Doan & Grace Harrison; Photographer: Hal Mohr.

Note: Contains short animation sequence.

Help Wanted

SEE MUTT AND JEFF IN HELP WANTED.

HERMAN THE GREAT. (1924)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (243 ft.): sd., b&w
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Reissue with soundtrack added.

The Hicks in nightmareland

SEE CARTOONS ON THE BEACH.

HIGH SEAS. (1928)
FAA 2320

AFI/Clark (Frances L.) Collection
16mm ref. print (209 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Pathe Exchange.
Animators: Paul Terry, Mannie Davis.

Note: "Exclusive Movie Studios Presents" appears on film; may be reissue company.

HIS SILK SHIRT. [1919]
FEB 5758

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
35mm ref. print (400 ft.): b&w.
Series: Joy and Gloom Cartoons.
Prod. Co.: International Newsreel Corp.
Animator: John C. Terry.

Summary: Man takes his new silk shirt to the cleaners and they ruin it.

Note: On reel with: Doctor Soakem.

HOLLYWOOD HEAVEN. [19--]
FEB 4977

AFI/Petaja (Ahti) Collection
35mm ref. print (392 ft.): b&w.
Dist.: Sering D. Wilson & Co. Inc.
Editor: Randolph Bartlett; Characters: Karlo the Dog, and Kack the bird.
Alt. titles: Honeymoon Heaven, and Hollywood Honeymoon.

Summary: Karlo the dog and Kack the bird are married. They go off in a hot air balloon, but the balloon is burst by a mosquito. First they fall into hell, but then they both fly up to heaven together.

Hollywood Honeymoon

SEE HOLLYWOOD HEAVEN.

HOME TALENT. (1924)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (215 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Honeymoon Heaven

SEE HOLLYWOOD HEAVEN.

Housekeeping at the zoo

SEE ACTION ANTICS!

HOUSING SHORTAGE. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (225 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

How a Mosquito Operates

SEE THE STORY OF A MOSQUITO.

HOW THE TELEPHONE TALKS. (1924)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Hansen (Fred) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (796 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.

HUMOROUS PHASES OF FUNNY FACES. (1906)
AFI/Paper Print Collection FLA 5978
AFI/Blackton (J. Stuart) Collection FEA 5523; FEA 9500

16mm ref. print (30 ft.) (inc.): b&w.
35mm ref. print (355 ft.): b&w.
35mm ref. print (355 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Vitagraph.
Animator: J. Stuart Blackton.

Summary: Blackton depicted drawing funny faces. Includes drawings of : line drawing of two faces, man with umbrella, line drawing of two faces in profile, Clown, Coon and Cohen, profile of seated man, and a bottle of Medoc.

ICELAND. (1928)
FLA 294

AFI/Dunston (Gatewood W.) Collection
16mm ref. print (225 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Prod.: Paul Terry; Animators: Paul Terry, Frank Moser; Characters: Milton Mouse, Thomas Cat; Rita.

Summary: Milton Mouse wins an ice-skating race staged by Thomas Cat only to discover that Thomas has stolen his girl-friend Rita. After a lengthy chase on the ice, Milton recovers Rita.

Note: Originally released in 1928 by Pathe Exchange under the title: On the Ice.

IF YOU COULD SHRINK. (1920)
FEB 4747

AFI/Oregon Historical Society/Trade List Collection
35mm ref. print (118 ft): b&w (tinted).
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.; Dist.: Goldwyn Bray Pictograph.
Animator/dir.: Max Fleischer.

Summary: Astonishing combination of photomicrography, animated technical drawings and normal photography, to illustrate the significance of minute objects. A man is caused to shrink to the height of one-sixteenth of an inch, so that he may meet anew such familiar objects as the mesh of a fine linen handkerchief, a hair brush, a penholder, and a crack in the floor.

Note: Copyright 1920 on film: not listed in Copyright book. End title and other footage lacking.

Invisible Revenge

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN THE INVISIBLE REVENGE.

It's the Cats

SEE KO-KO IT'S THE CATS

J. JACOBS AND W. CAYTON CARTOON. [19--]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Jacobs (James) & Cayton (William D.) Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate) (850 ft.): b&w.

The Jail Break

SEE ALICE THE JAIL BIRD

Japanicky

SEE FELIX THE CAT IN JAPANICKY

JERRY ON THE JOB IN QUICK CHANGE. (1920)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Oregon Historical Society-McCoy (Robert) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (250 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: The Bray Magazine.
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.
Animator: Walter Lantz; Character: Jerry on the Job.

JERRY ON THE JOB IN THE TALE OF A WAG. (1920)
FAB 3316

AFI/Badger (Beverly) Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (98 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Hearst International Film Service; Dist.: Goldwyn.
Animator: Walter Lantz; Character: Jerry on the Job.
Alt. title: [Keystone Reel].

Summary: Jerry and his dog try to help his boss get rid of a nagging mosquito, they succeed but end up knocking out his boss too. His boss is not happy and has Jerry's dog spank Jerry with a hammer.

Note: On reel with: Happy Hooligan in the Spider and the Fly; S'matter Pete, and Judge Rummy On With the Dance.

THE JOLLY JAIL BIRD. (1924)
FEA 6972

AFI/Tayler (Dorothy M.) Collection
35mm ref. print (485 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Animator: Paul Terry.

Note: End title lacking.

Joy and Gloom Cartoons

SEE DOCTOR SOAKEM and HIS SILK SHIRT.

THE JOYS ELOPE. (1916)
FLA 606

AFI/Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (90 ft.): b&w.
Series: Joy and Gloom Cartoons; Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service, Inc.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Characters: Hawkshaw Gloom; The Joys.

Summary: Police officer Hawkshaw Gloom fails to stop the Joy couple who elope in an airship.

Judge Rummy goes to a dance

SEE JUDGE RUMMY ON WITH THE DANCE.

JUDGE RUMMY ON WITH THE DANCE. [1920]
AFI/Badger (Beverly) Collection FAB 3316
AFI/Dunston (Gatewood W.) Collection FLA 298

16mm ref. print (23 ft.): b&w.
16mm ref. print (190 ft.): b&w.
Series: A Judge Rummy Cartoon.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service, Inc.; Character: Judge Rummy; Fifi.
Alt. title: Judge Rummy goes to a dance.

Summary: Diminutive Judge Rummy explains to his huge wife that he must go out on an important case. But his wife discovers that he has actually gone dancing with the lovely Fifi.

Note: Also on reel FAB 3316: Happy Hooligan in the Spider and the Fly; Jerry on the Job in the

Tale of a Wag; and S'Matter Pete.

JUNGLE BELLS. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Oregon Historical Society-McCoy (Robert) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (700 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Hot Dog Cartoons.
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.
Dirs.: Walter Lantz, Clyde Geronimi; Character: Pete the Pup.
Alt. title: Jingle Bells.

Summary: An artist sets up his easel in the forest so he can paint the jungle scene. His animated pet dog Pete, pops out of a tube of paint and proceeds to jump into the painting. Pete confronts a tiger, but is saved in the nick of time by his artist friend who draws a gun. Pete decides to take a walk in the real forest and is attacked by a rooster, a pelican (?), and finally is eaten by a turtle. The artist worries when he can't find Pete, so he sits on a rock to think. Under the rock is an egg from which hatches a baby turtle along with Pete.

Note: Combination animation and live action.

KATRINKA. [1921]
FLA 1580

Kleine (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (17 ft.): b&w.
Animator: Fontaine Fox; Character: Katrinka.

Summary: Shows the hand of Fontiane Fox holding a pen and drawing the beginning of a scene. The hand disappears, and the cartoon gradually appears, line by line, of the cartoon character Katrinka lifting a little boy on the end of a long pole. Other figures also appear gradually.

Note: Combination animation and live action. All titles lacking.

[THE KATZENJAMMER KIDS]. [1916 or 1917]
FLA 1579

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (152 ft.): b&w.
Series: Katzenjammer Kids.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service, Inc.; Dist.: Educational Films Corporation of America.
Characters: The Captain, Katzenjammer Kids.

Summary: The Captain performs magic before a big audience, the Captain's wife gets drunk from strong punch, and the kids trap the Captain in a large bag.

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES. [THE HAT] (1915)
FEA 3308

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print (290 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Keeping Up With the Joneses.
Prod. Co.: Gaumont Co.; Dist.: Mutual Film Corp.
Animator: H.S. Palmer; Character: Pa McGinis.
Alt. title: [Zouary Can #189].

Summary: After Pa McGinis buys a new London hat, his cat has kittens in it.

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES. [PA MCGINIS ENDS TRENCH WARFARE] (1915)
FEB 0519

AFI/Vanden Branden (R.J.) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (228 ft.): b&w.
Series: Keeping Up With the Joneses.
Prod. Co.: Gaumont Co.; Dist.: Mutual Film Corp.
Animator: H.S. Palmer; Character: Pa McGinis.

Summary: Pa has a dream. He visits the trenches and puts an end to the war.

Note: End title and part of picture lacking. On reel with See America First No. 16.

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES. [WOMEN'S DRESSES] (1915)
FEA 3307

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print (228 ft.): b&w.
Series: Keeping Up With the Joneses.
Prod. Co.: Gaumont Co.; Dist.: Mutual Film Corp.
Animator: H.S. Palmer.
Alt. title: [Zouary Can No. 189].

The Kelly kid's adventure

SEE CARTOONS ON THE BEACH.

[Keystone Reel]

SEE HAPPY HOOLIGAN IN THE SPIDER AND THE FLY

A KICK FOR CINDERELLA. [1916]
FEA 7736

AFI/Blackhawk Collection
35mm ref. print (645 ft.): b&w.
Series: Mutt and Jeff.
Prod. Co.: Modern Woodmen of America.
Prod.: Raoul Barre, Charlie Bowers; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.

Note: Appears to be a reissue copy by Modern Woodmen of America.

Summary: Jeff dreams that a fairy princess arrives and gives him magic shoes to outdance Mutt at the big dance. At the strike of midnight, Jeff loses his magic shoes in front of everyone at the dance in embarrassment. Mutt wakes Jeff up and he realizes that it was only a dream.

KIDNAPPED. (1929)
FLA 479

Fleming (Douglas)-Moore (Lynn) Collection
16mm ref. print (210 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Van Beuren Corp.; Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Animator: Paul Terry, Harry Bailey; Characters: Otto, Phyllis, Old Al.

Summary: Otto, the organ grinder, kidnaps baby Phyllis but she is recovered by her father, Old Al, with the assistance of a cop.

KO-KO AND THE CLOCK. [192-]
FAB 7699

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm ref. print (204 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Ko-Ko's Alarm.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Ko-Ko Back Tracks

SEE KO-KO IN REVERSE

KO-KO BAFFLES THE BULLS. (1926)
FAA 2135
AFI/Peterson (Erwin) Collection FEB 0504

16mm ref. print (inc.) (195 ft.): b&w.
35mm ref. print (inc.) (488 ft.): b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Prod. Co.: Out of the Inkwell Films; Dist.: Red Seal Pictures Corp.
Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Animator: Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: [Unid. Peterson No. 4: Koko the Clown and Mutt Sought By Detective].

Note: Main title, credits, end title, and part of picture lacking.

[Ko-Ko Cartoon]

SEE [UNID. ZOUARY NO. 02: EXAMPLE EARLY ANIMATION AND LIVE ACTION, CAN NO. 188].

Ko-Ko Celebrates

SEE KO-KO CELEBRATES THE FOURTH

KO-KO CELEBRATES THE FOURTH. (1925)
FEB 0503

AFI/Peterson (Erwin) Collection
35mm ref. print (450 ft.): b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell
Prod. Co.: Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc.
Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Animator: Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. Title: Ko-Ko Celebrates.

Note: Live action combined with cel animation. Main title, all credits, and part of film lacking.

KO-KO GOES GHOSTING. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (184 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Ko-Ko's Haunted House.

Summary: Ko-Ko is spooked by ghosts in a haunted house.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO GOES OVER. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (200 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Inkwell Imps.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

[Ko-Ko in a Storm]

SEE KO-KO'S STORM

KO-KO IN 1999. (1927)
FAB 7697

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm ref. print (270 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Ko-Ko Kills Time.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO IN REVERSE. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (258 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Ko-Ko Back Tracks.

Summary: Ko-Ko makes time goes backwards by turning the hands of a clock in reverse.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO IN TOYLAND. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (200 ft): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO IN TRAINING. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (164 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO ITS THE CATS. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Ko-Ko Kills Time

SEE KO-KO IN 1999

KO-KO LAMPS ALADDIN. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos.: sd., b&w.
Series: Inkwell Imps.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Summary: Ko-Ko jumps into an Aladdin story book and makes all of his wishes come true by rubbing the magic lamp.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO NUTS. (1925)
FEA 6242

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print (661 ft.): b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Prod. Co.: Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc. Dist.: Red Seal Pictures Corp.
Animator: Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: [Zouary Can No. 187].

Summary: The animated clown, Ko-Ko and his dog take over a nut-house. The artist is carried off by attendants in the end.

Note: Combines animation and live action.

KO-KO ON THE RUN. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (200 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Ko-Ko Packs 'Em

SEE KO-KO PACKS UP

KO-KO PACKS UP. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (190 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Ko-Ko Packs 'Em.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO SMOKES. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Series: Inkwell Imps.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

[KO-KO SONG CAR-TUNES: LONDON BRIDGE]. (1924)
ref. print forthcoming

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm dupe neg. (175 ft.): b&w.
Series: Song CarTune
Prod. Co.: [Inkwell Studios]; Dist.: Red Seal Pictures.
Prod.: Alfred Weiss; Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Animator: Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Ko-Ko Song Car-tunes.

Note: On reel with: [Los Angeles Express Weekly: Carrie Jacobs Bond Home Movies].

Source: AFI Star database.

KO-KO SWATS 'EM. (1922)
VBM 4316

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
3/4 in. video viewing copy (7 min.) : sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Flies.

Summary: Ko-Ko is annoyed by a pesky fly.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added. Videotape held under original title, Flies.

KO-KO THE BARBER. (1925)
FEA 7737

AFI/Wheeler (John D.) Collection
35mm ref. print (646 ft.) : b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Prod. Co.: Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc.; Dist.: Red Seal Pictures Corp.
Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Prod./Animator: Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: 1924 Copyright notice on film.

KO-KO THE KID. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (210 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Inkwell Imps.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Summary: Ko-Ko drinks from the fountain of youth and becomes a baby again.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO THE KNIGHT. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (216 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Inkwell Imps.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Summary: Ko-Ko saves a damsel in distress from the evil villain.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO THE RUNAWAY. (1924)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: The Runaway.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Ko-Ko Trains Animals

SEE KO-KO TRAINS 'EM

KO-KO TRAINS 'EM. (1925)
FAB 7698

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm ref. print (290 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. titles: Ko-Ko's Pup Talent and Ko-Ko Trains Animals.

Summary: Ko-Ko trains his dog for a circus act.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO TREADING WATER. (1922)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (200 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. titles: The Fish and Fishing.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Ko-Ko's Alarm

SEE KO-KO AND THE CLOCK

KO-KO'S BALLOONS. (1923)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (290 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO'S BARNYARD. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (320 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO'S BEDTIME. (1923)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (245 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO'S BIG CATCH. (1923)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (325 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Trapped.

Summary: Ko-Ko almost becomes dinner for a family of spiders.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO'S EARTH CONTROL. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (216 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Inkwell Imps.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Summary: Ko-Ko accidentally shuts down the earth's control center and causes earthquakes and other natural disasters to occur.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Ko-Ko's Germ Jam

SEE KO-KO'S MICROBES

Ko-Ko's Haunted House

SEE KO-KO GOES GHOSTING

KO-KO'S KANE. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (220 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Inkwell Imps.
Character: Ko-Ko.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Ko-Ko's Kozy Korner

SEE KO-KO'S KRAZY KATCH

KO-KO'S KRAZY KATCH. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (160 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. titles: Ko-Ko's Kozy Korner and Ko-Ko's Krazy Korner.

Summary: Ko-Ko dreams of living like a king only to wake up and discover that he is a poor farmer.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Ko-Ko's Krazy Korner

SEE KO-KO'S KRAZY KATCH

KO-KO'S MICROBES. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (175 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Ko-Ko's Germ Jam.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Ko-Ko's Pup Talent

SEE KO-KO TRAINS 'EM

KO-KO'S REUNION. (1922)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (284 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: The Reunion.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO'S SLIPPERY SUDS. (1922)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (216 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Bubbles.

Summary: Ko-Ko gets caught in a giant bubble and floats away.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

KO-KO'S STORM. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (290 ft.): sd., b&w.
35mm pos. (nitrate) (inc.) (490 ft.): b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Prod. Co.: Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc.
Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Animator: Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. titles: Ko-Ko in a Storm, The Storm, Zouary Can No. 192.

Summary: The animated clown, Ko-Ko, and a baby survive a fierce storm.

Note: Combination animation with live-action. Lacking credits. 16mm archival positive print is a reissue with soundtrack added.

KRAZY KAT AND IGNATZ MOUSE AT THE CIRCUS. (1916)
FLA 557

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (100 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir.: Gregory La Cava; Story: George Herriman; Animator: Leon Searl; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: Cartoon about the adventures of Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse at the circus, where they demonstrate their courage to each other by attempting to scare a woman.

KRAZY KAT AND IGNATZ MOUSE DISCUSS THE LETTER G. (1916)
FLA 559

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (70 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir.: Gregory La Cava; Story: George Herriman; Animator: Frank Moser; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse discuss famous people who have as their first initial the letter G, including G. Willilins, G. Hosafant, and G. Whis.

KRAZY KAT AND IGNATZ MOUSE IN A DUET, HE MADE ME LOVE HIM. (1916)
FLA 561

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (115 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir.: Gregory La Cava; Story: George Herriman; Animator: Frank Moser; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: Krazy Kat catches Ignatz Mouse stealing jam and throws him out, but later begins to miss him.

KRAZY KAT AND IGNATZ MOUSE IN A TALE THAT IS KNOT. (1916)
FLA 563

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (90 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir.: Gregory La Cava; Story: George Herriman; Animator: Bert Green; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: After Krazy Kat plays a trick on a tipsy Ignatz Mouse, Ignatz gets even while Krazy is taking a bath.

KRAZY KAT AND IGNATZ MOUSE IN THEIR ONE ACT TRAGEDY, THE TALE OF THE NUDE TAIL. (1916)
FLA 565

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (144 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir.: Gregory La Cava; Story: George Herriman; Animator: Leon Searl; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: During a performance of their vaudeville routine, Krazy Kat insults Ignatz Mouse's tail.

KRAZY KAT, BUGOLOGIST. (1916)
FLA 567
Ernst (Louise) Collection FLA 430

16mm ref. print (120 ft.): b&w.
16mm ref. print (120 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir.: Gregory La Cava; Story: George Herriman; Animator: Frank Moser; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: While in the woods studying bugs, Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse encounter a sleeping bee and an angry elephant.

KRAZY KAT GOES A-WOOING. (1916)
FLA 569

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (70 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir.: Gregory La Cava; Story: George Herriman; Animator: Leon Searl; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: Krazy Kat's serenade outside the window of Ignatz Mouse meets with a barrage of bricks.

KRAZY KAT IN LOVE'S LABOR LOST. (1920)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Dunston (Gatewood W.) Collection
28mm pos. (250 ft.): b&w (tinted); FL 389.
Series: Goldwyn-Bray Pictographs.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service; Dist.: Bray Pictures Corp.
Dir.: Vernon Stallings; Prod.: John R. Bray; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: Ignatz Mouse breaks up a romance between a lady hippo and a policeman while Krazy Kat serenades on his mandolin.

KRAZY KAT IN THE GREAT CHEESE ROBBERY. (1920)
FAB 0177

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
16mm ref. print (136 ft.): b&w.
Series: The Bray Magazine; Goldwyn-Bray Pictographs .
Prod. Co.: International Film Service; Dist.: Bray Pictures Corp.
Prod.: John R. Bray; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

KRAZY KAT, INVALID. (1916)
FLA 571

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (110 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir.: Gregory La Cava; Story: George Herriman; Animator: Leon Searl; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: After a head-on collision with a train, a battered Krazy Kat describes his condition to Ignatz Mouse as a bad case of "locomotive ataxia."

KRAZY KAT TO THE RESCUE. (1916)
FLA 610

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (60 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir.: Gregory La Cava; Story: George Herriman; Animator: William C. Nolan; Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.

Summary: Krazy Kat falls through a hole in the ice while chasing Ignatz Mouse.

A LAD AND HIS LAMP. (1929)
FLA 481

Fleming (Douglas)-Moore (Lynn) Collection
16mm ref. print (200 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Van Beuren Corp.; Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Animator: Paul Terry; Characters: King Egypt, Little Rita; Milton.

Summary: King Egypt, a cat, abducts Little Rita, a mouse. Rita's boyfriend Milton, a crow, follows and with the help of a magic lamp effects her rescue.

LADY GODIVA SAVES THE PEOPLE OF GOTHAM. [19--]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Filmack Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate) (250 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Lee Lash Studios.
Character: Lady Godiva.
Alt. title: Curlee Presents Frank's Reward.

Note: On reel with: Curlee Presents Frank's Reward, Trifling with Honor, and Thundering Dawn.

LAND BOOM. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

LAST HA-HA. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (200 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

LINDY'S CAT. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

LION AND MOUSE. (1922)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (192 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. (1917)
FEB 2647

AFI/Atkinson (Dennis) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (422 ft.): b&w.
Series: Mo-Toy Troupe, No. 12.
Prod. Co.: Toyland Films; Dist.: Peter Pan Film Co.

Summary: The story of Little Red Riding Hood is told through the use of puppet animation. Features puppet likenesses of famous movie stars such as Charlie Chaplin and Mary Pickford.

Note: Main and end titles lacking. MPW 33:1760.

THE LONE RANGER. A CARTOON. (192-)
FAB 7217

AFI/Atkinson (Dennis) Collection
16mm ref. print (95 ft.): b&w.
Series: Pathegrams.
Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Prod.: Roy Meredith; Characters: Lone Ranger, Tonto.

Summary: The Lone Ranger and Tonto capture a band of cattle rustlers and save the life of the rancher in this animated short film.

LOOKING FOR JOHN SMITH. (1906)
FLA 5539

Paper Print Collection
16mm ref. print (296 ft.): b&w.
Dir.: Wallace McCutcheon; Cameraman: F.A. Dobson.

Summary: The picture begins with two men talking, and their conversation appears, by mean of stop-action photography, in ballons on the black wall behind them. All of the remaining scenes contain some element of stop-action photography; the last scene shows a rogue's glaaery photograph of a sought after man, which moves as if he were alive.

Note: Title on the original paper print film is Si Jones Looking for John Smith.

LOST WORLD. (1925)
DAA 2038

12 in. video disc (90 min.): b&w.
Dist.: Lumivision Corp. & International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House.
Prod.: Scott MacQueen; Dir.: Lambert Hillyer; Animators: Willis O'Brien, Ray Harryhausen;
Cast: Bessie Love, Wallace Beery, Lewis Stone, Lloyd Hughes.

Summary: Explorers go on an adventure to South America to discover monsters a million years old. They find dinosaurs and bring them to the U.S. for study. The dinosaurs escape and cause havoc.

Note: Combination animation and live action. Clay animation. Includes excerpts from Prehistoric Poultry, R.F.D. 10,000 B.C., The Dinosaur and the Missing Link, and Monsters of the Past.

LOVE AMONG THE SAUSAGES. (1910)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Post (George) Collection
35mm dupe neg. (521 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Gaumont.
Prod.: Emile Cohl.

Love's Labor Lost

SEE KRAZY KAT IN LOVE'S LABOR LOST.

LUNCH DETECTIVE. (1927)
FAA 8112

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (200 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hot Dog Cartoons
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.
Prod.: John R. Bray; Dir.: Walter Lantz.
Alt. title: Lunch Hound.

Summary: An animated cartoon which portrays the antics of a tramp and his dog as they attempt to steal a picnic lunch in the park.

Note: Story line appears complete but lack of continuity of intertitles suggests some are lacking.

Lunch Hound

SEE LUNCH DETECTIVE.

LUNCH ON A CART. [192-]
FEB 5599

AFI/Jones (John) Collection
35mm ref. print: b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Studios.

MAGIC PIG. [19--]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Glass (Murray) Collection
35mm pos. (850 ft.): b&w.

THE MAGIC MATCH. (1917)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Glass (Murray) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (491 ft.): col.
Series: Mo-Toy Comedies.
Prod. Co.: Toyland Films; Dist.: Peter Pan Films Corp.

The Man Higher Up

SEE [UNID. MISC. NO. 2: FARMER AL FALFA CARTOON].

MAN IN THE MOON. (1909)
FLA 1643

Kleine (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (125 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Gaumont.
Dir.: Etienne Arnaud; Animator: Emile Cohl.
Alt. titles: Clair de lune espagnol (France), Moon-struck Matador (British).

Summary: Broken-hearted Pedro leaves a boisterous cafe after a jealous quarrel with his sweetheart and is picked up by a flying machine that takes him to the moon. Pedro and the moon battle and after Pedro is given a pardon from three stars, he is dropped back to earth into the arms of his sweetheart who is glad to see him.

Note: English language intertitles. Combination animation and live action. MPW 5: 78, 99.

MARATHON DANCERS. (1923)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (225 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

MARY AND GRETEL. (1917)
FEB 9140

AFI/Ashton (James) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (530 ft.): b&w.
Series: Mo-Toy Comedies.
Prod. Co.: Toyland Films; Dist.: Peter Pan Films.

Summary: Mary & Gretel explore the forest and come across Rip Van Winkle, drunken woodsmen, and a bunny. They pluck magic flowers and a fairy appears and sends them home. Incomplete.

Note: Puppet animation.

Maybelle Carmen and the Smugglers

SEE [UNID. NFSA: NCN 044751: MAYBELLE CARMEN AND THE SMUGGLERS]

THE MIGHTY SMITHY, A LIFE CARTOON COMEDY. (1926)
FEB 7574

AFI/Dove (Roy) Collection
35mm ref. print (725 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Educational Film Exchange, Inc.
Prod.: Mason & Wadsworth; Animator: John R. McCory; Characters: Mike, Myrtle, High Hat Harold.

Summary: Mike and Myrtle are in love. High Hat Harold loves Myrtle but she wants nothing to do with him so he kidnaps her. Mike rescues Myrtle and takes care of High Hat Harold.

THE MILKY WAY. [1928]
VBH 4108

AFI/Melzer (Leo) Collection
3/4 in. viewing copy: b&w.
Prod. Co.: Kinex Studios.
Character: Daffy Doings.
Alt. title: Daffy Doings in Doodlebugville: The Milky Way.

Summary: Daffy Doings delivers milk. While he is flirting with a nanny her baby drinks all the milk in his truck. A cow comes by and Daffy is able to fill up the truck again with milk.

Note: Puppet and clay animation. On reel with The Banker's Daughter and A Doodleburg Elopement.

MR. NOBODY HOLME IN HE BUYS A JITNEY. (1916)
FLA 573

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (50 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Animation: Leon Searl; Character: Mr. Nobody Holme.

Summary: Mr. Nobody Holme warms up his sluggish automobile with the assistance of a stick of dynamite.

Mixing in Mexico

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN MIXING IN MEXICO.

MODELING. (1923)
FEA 2724

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
35mm ref. print (625 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Prod. Co.: Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc.; Dist.: Standard Film Service.
Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Prod./Animator: Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Out of the Inkwell.

Summary: The animated clown, Ko-Ko, plays tricks on the artist's sculptor friend and his sitter.

Note: Combination animation and live action.

Monsters of the Past

SEE THE LOST WORLD.

THE MONTREAL HERALD SCREEN MAGAZINE. NO. 7 (1919)
FEB 8963

Public Archives of Canada/Dawson City Collection
35mm ref. print (837 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Universal Film Manufacturing Co.; Dist.: Canadian Universal Film Co., Ltd.
Alt. titles: New Screen Magazine. No. 7; and Screen Magazine. No. 7, The Montreal Herald.

Summary: Includes a short piece on "Miracles in mud by Willie Hopkins".

Note: Clay animation. Originally released in the U.S. as New Screen Magazine. No.7.

Moon-struck Matador

SEE THE MAN IN THE MOON.

MOTHER, PIN A ROSE ON ME. (1929)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate): b&w.
Series: Screen Songs Cartoons.
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Studios; Dist.: Paramount.
Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Story: Max Fleischer.

[MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON]. [1916]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/New Zealand Film Archive
35mm dupe neg. (inc.) (210 ft.): b&w.35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (inc.) (154 ft.): b&w.
Series: Mutt and Jeff.
Prod.: [Bud Fisher]; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.

Note: Has bubbles for dialogue like a comic strip.

Mutt and Jeff Go Fishing

SEE MUTT AND JEFF IN FISHING.

Mutt and Jeff in Accidents Won't Happen

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN ACCIDENTS WON'T HAPPEN.

MUTT AND JEFF IN BULL FIGHT. [192-]
FDA 8544

AFI/Pociask (Anton A.) Collection
16mm ref. print (60 ft.): b&w.
Series: Mutt and Jeff.
Prod. Co.: Bud Fisher Productions.
Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Bull Fight.

Summary: Mutt wants Jeff to enter a bullfight and stay in the ring with the bull for 15 minutes so that they can win the prize money. Mutt ends up getting tossed by the bull while Jeff wins the fight.

Note: On reel with: Mutt and Jeff in Getting His Goat, and Peck of Trouble.

Mutt and Jeff in Dog Missing

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN DOG MISSING.

Mutt and Jeff in Egyptian Daze

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN EGYPTIAN DAZE.

MUTT AND JEFF IN FISHING. [1920]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Dudik (Edward) Collection
16mm dupe neg. (225 ft.): b&w.
Series: Mutt and Jeff.
Dist.: William Fox Presents.
Prod.: Bud Fisher; Dir.: Charlie Bowers; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. titles: Mutt and Jeff Go Fishing, and [Fishing].

Summary: Mutt and Jeff suffer a number of mishaps when they take the baby fishing.

Note: Main credits lacking.

MUTT AND JEFF IN GETTING HIS GOAT. [192-]
FDA 8544

AFI/Pociask (Anton A.) Collection
16mm ref. print (60 ft.): b&w.
Series: Mutt and Jeff.
Prod. Co.: Bud Fisher Productions.
Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Getting His Goat.

Summary: Mutt and Jeff are attacked by a mean goat and a protective mother bird.

Note: On reel with: Mutt and Jeff in Bull Fight, and Peck of Trouble.

MUTT AND JEFF IN HELP WANTED. (1917)
FAB 2161

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (223 ft.): b&w.
Series: Mutt and Jeff.
Prod.: [Bud Fisher]; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Help Wanted.

Summary: Mutt plays tricks on Jeff with a special potion that makes him invisible.

Note: Footage preceding title states "A Mutt and Jeff Cartoon by Bud Fisher circa 1916."

Mutt and Jeff in The Invisible Revenge

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN THE INVISIBLE REVENGE.

Mutt and Jeff in Mixing in Mexico

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN MIXING IN MEXICO.

Mutt and Jeff in Oceans of Trouble

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN OCEANS OF TROUBLE.

Mutt and Jeff in Soda Jerks

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN SODA JERKS.

Mutt and Jeff in Switzerland

SEE MUTT AND JEFF IN THE GLOBE TROTTERS.

MUTT AND JEFF IN THE GLOBE TROTTERS. (1926)
FEB 1375

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
35mm ref. print (555 ft.): b&w.
Dist.: Short Films Syndicate Presents.
Prod. Bud Fisher; Dir.: Charlie Bowers; Characters; Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: The Globe Trotters.

Note: Appears to be a compilation of Mutt and Jeff Cartoons; one segment identified is from Mutt and Jeff in Switzerland.

Mutt and Jeff in They Shall Not Pass

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN THEY SHALL NOT PASS.

MUTT AND JEFF IN WESTWARD WHOA! (1926)
FAB 2534

Dunston (Gatewood W.) Collection
16mm ref. print (204 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bud Fisher Studio; Dist.: Short Films Syndicate Presents.
Dir.: Charlie Bowers; Animator: Bud Fisher; Character: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Westward Whoa!

Summary: Ranch hands Mutt and Jeff encounter great difficulty while attempting to brand some highly reluctant cattle.

Mutt and Jeff in When Hell Froze Over

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN WHEN HELL FROZE OVER.

Mutt and Jeff in Where Am I?

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN WHERE AM I?

MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME. (1926)
FEB 0900

AFI/Lippincott (James E.) Collection
35mm ref. print (454 ft.): b&w.
Series: Song CarTune
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Studios.
Prod.: Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.
Summary: A bouncing ball cartoon.

Note: On reel with Tramp, Tramp, Tramp. Lacking sound track.

Source: LoC Shelflist Card; AFI Star Database.

NEVER AGAIN, THE STORY OF A SPEEDIER COP. (1916)
FLA 575
Ernst (Louise) Collection FLA 2866

16mm ref. print (60 ft.): b&w.
16mm ref. print (60 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Animator: Reil Barre; Character: Officer Heeler.

Summary: Ineffectual Officer Heeler quits the force after a losing battle against speeders.

New Screen Magazine. No. 7

SEE THE MONTREAL HERALD SCREEN MAGAZINE. NO. 7

A NEWLYWED PHABLE. (1916)
FLA 577

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (50 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Story: Tom E. Powers; Animator: Raoul Barre.

Summary: A newly married husband encounters an open manhole on his way to work after he is distracted by his loving wife.

No Fuelin'

SEE FELIX THE CAT IN NO FUELIN'

NOW YOU'RE TALKING. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
FEB 6455
AFI/Petaja Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate) (600 ft.): b&w (tinted).
35mm ref. print (732 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Studios.
Scenario: Max Fleischer; Dir.: Dave Fleischer; Photography: Sol Luby.

Summary: A sick telephone describes to his doctor how he was abused by his boss.

Note: Combines live-action and animation. On reel with: The Re-awakening of Rip Van Winkle.

Nurse Wanted

SEE WANTED--A NURSE

[O'BRIEN OUTTAKES]. [1917]
FLA 1692

Kleine (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (206 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
Animator: Willis O'Brien.

Summary: Outtakes or excerpts from three Willis O'Brien's animated puppet productions. One is identified as The Dinosaur and the Missing Link, the other two cannot be positively identified.

Note: Puppet animation.

Oceans of Trouble

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN OCEANS OF TROUBLE.

OH, WHAT A KNIGHT. (1928)
FEA 6312

AFI/Jarvis (Gordon) Collection
35mm ref. print (513 ft.): b&w.
Series: Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
Prod. Co.: A Winkler Production by Walt Disney; Dist.: Universal Pictures Corp.
Dir.: Walt Disney; Character: Oswald (the Lucky Rabbit).

Summary: Oswald the medieval troubadour approaches a castle riding a mule. He serenades his sweetheart and, outwitting and outfighting her captor, Pete, carries the damsel off with him.

OLD DOCK GLOOM IN HE ORDERS GENTLE EXERCISE. (1916)
FLA 579

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (50 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Animator: Frank Moser; Character: Old Dock Gloom.
Alt. title: He Orders Gentle Exercise.

Summary: Old Dock Gloom orders an overweight patient to take up golf which turns out to be anything but a gentle exercise when the patient encounters an angry bull on the course.

On the Floor of the Atlantic

SEE CATFISHING

On the Ice

SEE ICELAND.

ONE MAN DOG. (1927)
ref. print forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (240 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Stuart Productions Inc.

Note: 1950 reissue with soundtrack added.

Origin of the Shimmie

SEE GOLDWYN-BRAY PICTOGRAPHS, NO. 7006: ORIGIN OF THE SHIMMIE; or, GETTING A STORY

THE ORIGINAL GOLFER. (1921)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Tillmany (Jack) Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate) (850 ft.): b&w (tinted).

OUR LITTLE NELL. (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Braverman (Rich) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (433 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.

Out of the Inkwell

SEE MODELING; and [UNID. ZOUARY NO. 02: EXAMPLE EARLY ANIMATION...]

Out West

SEE FELIX GETS BROADCASTED

OVER THE PLATE. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (300 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

[PA MCGINIS ENDS TRENCH WARFARE]

SEE KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES. [PA MCGINIS ENDS TRENCH WARFARE].

PARCEL POST PETE'S NIGHTMARE. (1916)
FLA 581

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (70 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Animator: Frank Moser; Character: Parcel Post Pete.

Summary: Parcel Post Pete's nightmare involves an encounter with a hungry lion who chases him through the city streets and finally eats him.

PA'S TRIP TO MARS. [191-]
ref. copy forthcoming

Wright (Harry) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (194 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Prod. Co.: Cine Arts Productions.

PAUL REVERE. (1924)
FAA 2241

AFI/Goldstein (Bruce) Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (67 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hysterical History Comedy.
Prod. Co.: Universal.

Note: Most of picture lacking. This copy contains only the beginning.

Summary: Paul Revere as a child daydreams of saving the nation on his rocking horse.

PECK OF TROUBLE. [192-]
FDA 8544

AFI/Pociask (Anton A.) Collection
16mm ref. print (60 ft.): b&w.
Series: Kat Kartoon.
Prod. Co.: Exclusive Movie Studios, Inc.

Summary: [Krazy Kat] is in King Arthur's castle where he befriends a knight in armour. Incomplete.

Note: On reel with: Mutt and Jeff in Bull Fight, and Mutt and Jeff in Getting His Goat .

PETER THE PUP. [19--]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Glass (Murray) Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate) (850 ft.): b&w.

THE PHABLE OF A BUSTED ROMANCE. (1916)
FLA 583

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (65 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Animator: Reil Barre.

Summary: A workman who recovers and returns Miss Gotrox's lost purse containing $10,000 receives a Canadian dime as a reward.

The Phable of Olaf and Louis

SEE COOKS VS. CHEFS: THE PHABLE OF OLAF AND LOUIS.

THE PHABLE OF THE PHAT WOMAN. (1916)
FLA 585

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (65 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Animator: Reil Barre.

Summary: A fat lady unsuccessfully attempts to lose weight.

PHONEY EXPRESS. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (225 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Plastered in Paris

SEE [COMING ATTRACTIONS AT UNIDENTIFIED THEATRE, NO. 2].

POLICY & PIE. (1918)
FEB 7728

AFI/Souder (Thomas) Collection
35mm ref. print (605 ft.): b&w.
Series: Katzenjammer Kids.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Prod.: William Randolph Hearst; Dir./Animator: Gregory La Cava; Characters: Katzenjammer Kids; The Captain.

Summary: The Captain gets a life insurance policy and gives it to his wife. In gratitude she makes him a pie. The Katzenjammer Kids play a trick on the Captain and sneak toads in his pie so that he would think that his wife is trying to poison him.

Political Cartoons

SEE FACTS WORTH KNOWING, [UNID. POST NO. 11: CASTRO THE STORMY PETREL OF THE SOUTH AND THE NORTHERN BROOM], [UNID. POST NO. 12: THE COAL TRUST AND THE WINTER SUN], and [UNID. POST NO. 13: WITNESS MOCKEFELLER].

The Pony Express

SEE THE PUPPY EXPRESS.

Prehistoric Poultry

SEE THE LOST WORLD.

PROFESSOR BONEHEAD IS SHIPWRECKED. (1917)
FAB 2149

AFI/Academy of motion Picture Arts & Sciences Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (106 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Gaumont American; Dist.: Mutual Pictures.
Animator: H.S. Palmer; Character: Professor Bonehead.

Summary: Shipwrecked on an island, Professor Bonehead is chased by cannibals and a bear.

Note: Story line lacks continuity; appears incomplete.

THE PUPPY EXPRESS. (1927)
FEA 4638

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
35mm ref. print (534 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Hot Dog Cartoons.
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.
Prod./Dir.: Walter Lantz, Clyde Geronimi; Characters: Pete the Pup, Allie Kat.
Alt. title: The Pony Express.

Summary: Pete the Pup chases the notorious robber "Allie Kat" who has stolen money from the railroad.

PUSS IN BOOTS. [1922-1923]
FEA 8364

AFI/Rhode Island Historical Society/Owens (Henry) Collection
35mm ref. print (864 ft.): b&w.
Series: Laugh-O-Grams
Prod. & Dir.: Walt Disney; Animator: Ubbe Iwerks; Photographer: Red Lyon.

Summary: A boy and his female cat scheme to win the hand of the princess of Kingville. Inspired by Rudolf Vaselino six-reeler called "Throwing the Bull," the boy enters a bull fight as a masked toreador, wins the contest and wins the sweetheart.

Quick Change

SEE JERRY ON THE JOB IN QUICK CHANGE.

R.F.D. 10,000 B.C.

SEE THE LOST WORLD.

RATS IN HIS GARRET. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
35mm dupe neg. (534 ft.): b&w; FPC 8817.
35mm arch. pos (nitrate) (534 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.; Dist.: Pathe Exchange.
Prod.: Amedee J. Van Beuren; Dir.: Paul Terry, Hugh Shields; Animator: Paul Terry.

Note: On reel with Topics of the Day.

The Re-awakening of Rip Van Winkle

SEE NOW YOU'RE TALKING.

REELVIEW. [1926]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Nichol (Donald) Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate) (850 ft.): b&w.
Dist.: Red Seal.
Prod.: Max Fleischer.

Note: Contains three episodes.

The Reunion

SEE KO-KO'S REUNION

RIDING HIGH. (1927)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (225 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Romeeow

SEE FELIX THE CAT AS ROAMEO

RHYTHMUS 21. (1921)
FEA 7912

AFI/Guggenheim Collection
35mm ref. print (413 ft.): b&w.
Animator: Hans Richter.
Alt. title: Rhythm 21 (English).

Note: Credits lacking.

The Runaway

SEE KO-KO THE RUNAWAY

RUNT. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (300 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

SAN FRANCISCO'S FUTURE. (1928)
FEA 5092

AFI/Post (George) Collection
35mm ref. print (320 ft.): b&w.

Summary: Patriotic film that is intended to convince young men to join the armed forces during WWI. Note: Animated sequence at the beginning of film.

A Sand microbe flirtation

SEE CARTOONS ON THE BEACH.

The Sawdust paradise

SEE [COMING ATTRACTIONS AT UNIDENTIFIED THEATRE, NO. 2].

[Say Ah Ed]

SEE SAY AH-H!

SAY AH-H! (1928)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Cromwell (Victor & Walter) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (820 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bowers Comedy Corp.; Dist.: Educational.
Prod.: Charlie Bowers; Dir.: H.L. Muller; Scenario, Photographer, and Cast: Charlie Bowers.
Alt. title: [Say Ah Ed].

Note: Combination live action and puppet animation using the Bowers Process.

SCENTS AND NONSENSE. (1926)
FAA 7789

AFI/Horton (Dorothy) Collection
16mm ref. print (240 ft.): b&w.
Series: Krazy Kat.
Prod. Co.: Winkler Pictures; Dist.: Film Booking Offices.
Prod.: George Winkler; Dir.: Bill Nolan; Animator: Ben Harrison; Character: Krazy Kat.

Summary: Krazy Kat loses his girlfriend because he can't dance, but he wins her again when he demonstrates a newfound dancing ability while dodging bullets from an irate furrier.

SCHOOL DAYS. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (225 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Screen Magazine. No. 7, The Montreal Herald

SEE THE MONTREAL HERALD SCREEN MAGAZINE. NO. 7.

SECTION OF BUSTER BROWN SERIES, SHOWING A SKETCH OF BUSTER BY OUTCAULT.
FLA 3326

Paper Print Collection
16mm ref. print (38 ft.): b&w.
Cameraman: Edwin Porter; Artist: Mr. Outcault.

Summary: The camera shows an office wall against which an easel with a white piece of paper is leaning. Standing in front of the easel is a gentleman in a tailcoat and morning trousers. He picks up a piece of black crayon, and starts to draw a picture of a small boy and his dog.

See America First, No. 16

SEE KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES. [PA MCGINIS ENDS TRENCH WARFARE]

SHEIK OF ARABY. (1927)
FEB 7683

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
35mm ref. print (600 ft.): b&w.

Note: Song cartoon. Sound track lacking.

Source: AFI Star database.

SHIP AHOY. (1929)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Columbia Collection
35mm neg. (nitrate).
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Pathe Exchange.

Si Jones Looking for John Smith

SEE LOOKING FOR JOHN SMITH.

SINKING OF THE LUSITANIA. (1918)
FAA 9602

AFI/Shepard (David L.) Collection
16mm ref. print (292 ft.): b&w.
Dist.: Jewel Productions & Universal Films.
Dir.: John D. Tippet; Filmed by: Winsor McCay.

Summary: Animated account of the sinking of the cruise ship the Lusitania on May 7, 1915 by a German submarine. Two torpedos sank the ship and took 1150 lives.

Sins of the fathers

SEE [COMING ATTRACTIONS IN UNIDENTIFIED THEATRE, NO. 2].

Skating Instructions

SEE SKATING INSTRUCTORS.

SKATING INSTRUCTORS. (1926)
FEA 6531

AFI/Horton (Dorothy) Collection
35mm ref. print (449 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Series: Mutt and Jeff.
Dist.: Short Films Syndicate.
Prod.: Bud Fisher; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Skating Instructions.

Summary: Mutt and Jeff fight for the opportunity to teach a young woman how to ice skate. Jeff wins out, but the pupil is the woman's rather more capacious aunt.

S'MATTER PETE. (1927)
FAB 3316

AFI/Badger (Beverly) Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (98 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hot Dog Cartoons.
Prod. Co.: Bray Studios; Dist.: Goldwyn.
Alt. title: [Keystone Reel].

Summary: A man has trouble lighting a stove and cartoon characters are watching in amusement. When the stove blows up a cartoon dog jumps into a picture of a waterfall and diverts the water onto the stove to put the fire out totally flooding the room in the process. Incomplete.

Note: Combination animation and live action. On reel with: Happy Hooligan in the Spider and the Fly; Jerry on the Job in the Tale of a Wag, and Judge Rummy On With the Dance.

Smoke Scream

SEE FELIX THE CAT IN SMOKE SCREAM

Soda Clerks

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN SODA JERKS.

Soda Jerks

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN SODA JERKS.

SOIL CONSERVATION. (1923)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Van Lieshout (Henry) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (850 ft.): b&w.
Series: The United States - A Ten Talent Nation.
Prod. Co.: American Motion Picture Corp.
Writer: Genevieve Lamson; Animator: William Brotherhood.

Summary: A serial course in geography.

Note: Maps by William Brotherhood; edited by Edith Dunham Foster.

The Spider and the Fly

SEE HAPPY HOOLIGAN IN THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.

The Stolen Dream

SEE AMOS ROACH IN THE STOLEN DREAM

The Storm

SEE KO-KO'S STORM

THE STORY OF A MOSQUITO. (1912)
FEA 5609

Cinematheque Canadienne Collection
35mm ref. print (614 ft.): b&w.
Dist.: Vitagraph.
Prod./Dir./Animator: Winsor McCay.
Alt. title: How a Mosquito Operates.

Note: All credits lacking.

SWEET ADELINE. (1929)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Brulatour (Peter) Collection
35mm arch. pos. (nitrate) (850 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.
Prod.: Amedee J. Van Beuren; Dir.: Frank Moser.

Synthetic Sin

SEE [COMING ATTRACTIONS AT UNIDENTIFIED THEATRE, NO. 2].

THE TAIL OF THE MONKEY. (1926)
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Britain (Cassius) Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Bray Productions, Inc.; Dist.: Film Booking Offices.
Prod.: John R. Bray; Dir.: David Hand; Animator: Walter Lantz.

Note: Combination animation and live-action.

Taking a chance

SEE [COMING ATTRACTIONS AT UNIDENTIFIED THEATRE, NO. 2].

The Tale of the Nude Tail

SEE KRAZY KAT AND IGNATZ MOUSE IN THEIR ONE ACT TRAGEDY, THE TALE OF THE NUDE TAIL.

A Tale of Two Birds

SEE A FOWL ROMANCE; A TALE OF TWO BIRDS.

A Tale That is Knot

SEE KRAZY KAT AND IGNATZ MOUSE IN A TALE THAT IS KNOT.

"THAT'S HOW I FEEL ABOUT YOU". [192-]
FAB 437

AFI/Moyer (Larry) Collection
16mm ref. print (110 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: Advance Trailer Service Corp.

Summary: Song lyrics for "That's How I Feel About You" superimposed over animated silhouettes.

Note: As sung by Belle Baker on Brunswick.

Source: LoC Shelflist Card.

Their One Act Tragedy, The Tale of the Nude Tail

SEE KRAZY KAT AND IGNATZ MOUSE IN THEIR ONE ACT TRAGEDY, THE TALE OF THE NUDE TAIL.

They Shall Not Pass

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN THEY SHALL NOT PASS.

THREE GAME GUYS. (1929)
FAA 1542

AFI/Quinn (Elmer) Collection
16mm ref. print (215 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Van Beuren Corp.
Animators: Paul Terry, Hugh Shields.

Tin Can Caper

SEE COURAGEOUS CAT AND MINUTE MOUSE

TIT FOR TAT. (1927)
ref. print forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (250 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Reissued with soundtrack added.

TOMMY'S TROUBLES. (1926)
FLA 1871

Kleine (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (365 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Carpenter-Goldman Laboratories; Dist.: State Dept. of Public Health Tennessee Dept. of Public Health in cooperation with Tennessee State Dental Association.

Summary: A dental hygiene film for children which emphasizes the importance of diet for oral health. Young Tommy Tupper is visited by the health educator fairy who shows him an animated cartoon in which a gnome tries to build a strong tooth.

Note: Main and end titles lacking.

TONY SARG'S ALMANAC: FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD. (1921)
FEB 7731

AFI/Uhl (Clement) Collection
35mm ref. print: b&w.
Series: Tony Sarg's Almanac.
Prod. Co.: Sarg-Dawley Shadowgraph.
Prod.: Herbert M. Dawley; Animator: Tony Sarg.

Note: Virtually complete deterioration visible throughout print; can be used only as an example of deterioration. Features animated marionettes in silhoutte.

TONY SARG'S ALMANAC: THE FIRST CIRCUS. (1921)
FEB 8413

AFI/Uhl (Bernard) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (495 ft.): b&w.
Series: Tony Sarg's Almanac.
Prod./Editor: Herbert M. Dawley; Animator: Tony Sarg.

Summary: During the stone-age the Stonehenge Circus entertained cavemen and women. The circus had a dinosaur that doubled as a trampoline and tightrope for the acrobats.

Note: First chapter of Tony Sarg's Almanac. Main and end titles lacking.

Topics of the Day

SEE RATS IN HIS GARRET

TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE. [192-]
r ef. copy forthcoming

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm mas. pos. (850 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Studios.
Alt. title: [Zouary Can No. 224].

Note: This film may have a separate sound track.

TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP. (1926)
FEB 0900

AFI/Lippincott (James E.) Collection
35mm ref. print (365 ft.): b&w.
Series: Song CarTune
Prod. Co.: Inkwell Studios; Dist. Red Seal Pictures Corp.
Credits: by Max Fleischer; Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. Title: Tramp, Tramp, The Boys Are Marching.

Summary: A bouncing ball cartoon. Sound track lacking.

Note: On reel with My Old Kentucky Home.

Source: LoC Shelflist Card; AFI Star Database.

Trapped

SEE KO-KO'S BIG CATCH

A Trip to the Moon

SEE HAPPY HOOLIGAN IN A TRIP TO THE MOON.

Tropical nights

SEE [COMING ATTRACTIONS AT UNIDENTIFIED THEATRE, NO. 2].

True heaven

SEE [COMING ATTRACTIONS AT UNIDENTIFIED THEATRE, NO. 2].

'TWAS BUT A DREAM. (1916)
FLA 589

Ernst (Louise) Collection
16mm ref. print (55 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Animator: Reil Barre.

Summary: A bald man tries Doctor Faix' Hair Tonic with unexpected results.

UGLY DUCKLING. (1925)
ref. copy forthcoming

Zouary (Maurice) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (275 ft.): sd., b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.

Note: Sound reissue with soundtrack added.

Uncle Tom's Crabbin'

SEE FELIX THE CAT IN UNCLE TOM'S CRABBIN'

The Underdog

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: THE UNDERDOG.

[Unid. AFI Misc. No. 3: 1920'3 or 1930's footage]

SEE FELIX THE CAT HITS THE NORTH POLE

[Unid. Animated Film: No. 02]

SEE [UNID. EBERHART. NO. 1, THE GUMPS CARTOON].

[UNID. ATKINSON NO. 06: FELIX THE CAT]. [1925]
FEB 7806

AFI/Atkinson (Dennis) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (760 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat
Prod.: Pat Sullivan; Character: Felix the Cat.

Summary: Felix the Cat becomes a part of the Russian Revolution.

[Unid. B.E. Sullivan Antiques No. 01: Bobby Bumps Goes Fishing]

SEE BOBBY BUMPS GOES FISHING.

[UNID. BORIS NO. 06: FELIX THE CAT]. [1919-1925]
FEA 8823

AFI/Boris (Nicholas M.) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (47 ft.): b&w.
Series: Felix the Cat.
Prod. and Animator: Pat Sullivan; Character: Felix the Cat.

Note: Main and end titles and part of picture lacking. May be out of sequence.

[UNID. BREWSTER NO. 03: ANDY GUMP CARTOON]. [192-]
ref. copy forthcoming

Brewster (Ben) Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate) (50 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Characters: The Gumps.

Note: Based on "The Gumps" comic strip. Combination animation and live-action.

[UNID. BROWN NO. 01: AESOP'S FABLE]. [192-]
FEA 5982

AFI/Brown (William) Collection
35mm ref. print (442 ft.): b&w.
Series: Aesop's Fables.
Prod. Co.: Fables Pictures, Inc.; Dist.: Pathe Exchange.

Summary: Cartoon about a little spotted dog who is in a butcher shop eating sausages and the adventures he has with mice, the butcher, a skunk, and other dogs.

Note: Title and credits lacking.

[UNID. CRAIG NO. 02: FRENCH COMEDY]. [19--]
FEA 2908

AFI/Craig (John) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (102 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Pathe.

Summary: A man has problems having his tooth pulled.

[UNID. DANIELS NO. 1, CARTOON]. [1919]
FEB 4739

AFI/Daniels (Wayne) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (195 ft.): b&w.

Summary: Cal, a short, stocky bald man in a suit is very frugal and spending any money upsets him. He gets so upset about money that he can't read the newspaper, buy a steak from the butcher, or buy a pair of shoes.

Note: The character Cal may be a reference to Calvin Coolidge and his legendary frugality.

[UNID. EBERHART. NO. 1, THE GUMPS CARTOON]. [1920 OR 1921]
FEB 5565

AFI/Eberhart (Jean) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (459 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: [Celebrated Films Players Corp.]
Dir./Prod./Animator: Wallace Carlson; Characters: The Gumps.
Alt. title: [Unid. Animated Film, No. 2].

Summary: Andy invites a co-worker home for dinner. Andy introduces his friend to wife, Min. She is mad because Andy brought a friend home for dinner without telling her. She yells at Andy in bed that night and he puts on earmuffs.

Note: Combination animation and live-action. Lacking main title, beginning credits, part of picture, end credits, and end title.

[UNID. GLASS NO. 08]. [19--]
FEC 1600

AFI/Glass (Murray) Collection
35mm ref. print: b&w.
Prod. Co.: Pathe Films.

Summary: Features stop-motion animation of toy figures on a nightstand.

[UNID. HAMRICK NO. 01: CARTOON]. [1922]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Hamrick Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate) (80 ft.): b&w.

[UNID. HAWK NO. 024363: ANIMATION, FELIX THE CAT]. (1923)
ref. copy forthcoming

Hawk (Charlie) Collection
35mm pos. (nitrate) (795 ft.): b&w.
Character: Felix the Cat.

[Unid. Lee No. 01: Katzenjammer Kids]

SEE DER CAPTAIN IS EXAMINED FOR INSURANCE.

[UNID. MISC. NO. 2: FARMER AL FALFA CARTOON]. [1917]
FLA 2824

Miscellaneous Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (82 ft.): b&w.
Animator: Paul Terry; Character: Farmer Al Falfa.

Summary: A farmer is chased by his cow after he gives it an alcoholic drink.

Note: On reel with Man Higher Up, adds for a hospital drive and the W.S.S. Thriftettes war bond drive.

[UNID. MISC. NO. 17: BOBBY BUMPS FILM CO.]. [1925]
FAA 5364

Miscellaneous Collection
16mm ref. print (inc.) (255 ft.): b&w.
Dist.: Educational Film Exchanges.
Animator: [Earl Hurd]; Character: Bobby Bumps.
Alt. title: [Bobby Bumps Film Co.].

Summary: The story of a real boy filming the fishing misadventures of an animated boy and his dog.

Note: Combination animation and live-action. Lacks main title, credits, and part of picture.

[UNID. NFSA: NCN 044751: MAYBELLE CARMEN AND THE SMUGGLERS]. [1916]
FEC 1031

AFI/National Film & Sound Archive-Australia Collection
35mm ref. print (545 ft.): b&w (tinted).
Prod.: [Otto Messmer]; Characters: Don Jose, Maybelle Carmen, and Fatty Lucas, Bullfighter.

Summary: Maybelle Carmen, Don Jose, and Fatty Lucas are involved with some sort of smuggling operation in regard to the El Cabbage Cigar Works.

Note: Main title lacking, no credits. Don Jose- Animated figure of Charlie Chaplin, Maybelle Carmen- Animated figure of Mabel Normand, and Fatty Lucas, Bullfighter- Animated figure of Fatty Arbuckle.

Unid. Nichol, No. 32: Pathe Comedy

SEE A CONTINUOUS LINE OF THOUGHT

[Unid. Nichol No. 149: Joy and Gloom Cartoons]

SEE DOCTOR SOAKEM and HIS SILK SHIRT.

[Unid. Peterson No. 4: Koko the Clown and Mutt Sought By Detective]

SEE KO-KO BAFFLES THE BULLS

[UNID. POST NO. 01: ANIMATED CHAPLIN - ARBUCKLE]. (1919)
FEA 3436
FEA 3437
FEA 5407

AFI/Post (George) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (109 ft.): b&w.
35mm ref. print (inc.) (109 ft.): b&w.
35mm ref. print (inc.) (109 ft.): b&w.
Animator: Otto Messmer; Characters: Charlie Chaplin, Fatty Arbuckle.
Alt. title: Animated Fatty Arbuckle and Charlie Chaplin.

Summary: Cartoon featuring animated characters of Fatty Arbuckle and Charlie Chaplin.

Note: Film contains no titles and story line begins and ends abruptly.

[UNID. POST NO. 11: CASTRO, THE STORMY PETREL OF THE SOUTH AND THE NORTHERN BROOM]. [192-]
FAB 1707

AFI/Post (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (17 ft.): b&w.
Alt. title: [Political Cartoons].

Summary: An early animated political cartoon.

Note: On reel with: An Animated Hair Cartoon, Subject L; The fate of foxes; A winter day in Chicago; [Unid. Post No. 12: The Coal trust and the winter sun]; [Unid. Post No. 13: Witness Mockefeller]; and Facts Worth Knowing.

[UNID. POST NO. 12: THE COAL TRUST AND THE WINTER SUN]. [192-]
FAB 1707

AFI/Post (George) Collection
16mm ref. print: (22 ft.): b&w.
Alt. title: [Political Cartoons].

Summary: An early animated political cartoon.

Note: On reel with: An Animated Hair Cartoon, Subject L; The fate of foxes; A winter day in Chicago; [Unid. Post No. 11: Castro, the stormy petrel of the south and northern broom]; [Unid. Post No. 13: Witness Mockefeller]; and Facts Worth Knowing.

[UNID. POST NO. 13: WITNESS MOCKEFELLER]. [192-]
FAB 1707

AFI/Post (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (17 ft.): b&w.
Alt. title: [Political Cartoons].

Summary: An early animated political cartoon.

Note: On reel with: An Animated Hair Cartoon, Subject L; The fate of foxes; A winter day in Chicago; [Unid. Post No. 11: Castro, the stormy petrel of the south and northern broom; [Unid. Post No. 12: The Coal trust and the winter sun]; and Facts Worth Knowing.

[UNID. ZOUARY: DR. WORSEN PLUMBER]. [192-]
FEA 4022

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print (ca. 350 ft.): b&w.
Character: Doctor Worsen Plumber.
Alt. title: Anti-Fat.

Summary: Real hand draws billboard which says, "Dr. Worsen Plumber - Chemist: Dr. Worsen Plumber's Great Discovery - Anti-Fat will make a Venus of an elephant, works while you wait -- Anti-Lean, guaranteed to put flesh on anybody's skeleton." Film is animation from now on. A couple enters store - he fat, she thin; Dr. Plumber pours two drinks, one of each. They get switched and the woman becomes a stick and the man gets excessively fat.

Note: On reel with: [Unid. Zouary No. 02: Example Early Animation and Live Action, Can No. 188]. Combination animation and live action.

[UNID. ZOUARY NO. 02: EXAMPLE EARLY ANIMATION AND LIVE ACTION, CAN NO. 188]. [192-]
FEA 4022

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (892 ft.): b&w.
Series: Out of the Inkwell.
Character: Ko-Ko.
Alt. title: Out of the Inkwell, [Ko-Ko Cartoon].

Summary: The animated clown, Ko-Ko, and his dog disrupt the cartoonist's train trip. The animated characters have several experiences on their drawn train then they leap back to the real train and have more fun. In the end, as the train rounds a bend, a real hand holding an inkwell sideways comes down and the train appears to go into the inkwell. Hand holds inkwell upright and other hand puts stopper in it as smoke from the train comes from it.

Note: Combines animation with live-action. On same reel with: [Unid. Zouary: Dr. Worsen Plumber].

[UNID. ZOUARY NO. 04: FRIDAY THE 13TH (?)]. [1925]
FEA 8905

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print (inc.) (248 ft.): b&w.
Animator: [Herbert M. Dawley].

Note: Silhouette animation. Formerly identified as [Unid. Zouary No. 04: Silhouette Animation], and [Unid. Zouary No. 19: Early Animation Cartoon].

[Unid. Zouary No. 04: Silhouette Animation]

SEE [UNID. ZOUARY NO. 04: FRIDAY THE 13TH (?)]

UNID. ZOUARY NO. 7; CAN NO. 184: ANIMATION STOCK SHOTS. [192-]
FEA 8503

AFI/Zouary (Maurice) Collection
35mm ref. print: b&w.

Note: On reel with Fable of the Alley Cat.

[Unid. Zouary No. 19: Early Animation Cartoon]

SEE [UNID. ZOUARY NO. 04: FRIDAY THE 13TH (?)]

US FELLERS: DUD LEAVES HOME. (1919)
FAA 8332

AFI/Marshall (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (170 ft.): b&w.
Series: Goldwyn-Bray Pictographs; Dreamy Dud.
Prod. Co.: Bray Pictures Corp.
Writer: Wallace Carlson; Characters: Dreamy Dud, Maime, Wag.

Summary: Dud wants to buy his girlfriend Maime and ice creams cone so he breaks open his mother's bank and split their last dime in half in the process. His mother punishes him so he runs away. Dud is scared by imaginary ghosts in the dark so he runs back home where he gets a spanking from his mother.

WANTED--A NURSE. (1906)
FLA 5800

Paper Print Collection
16mm ref. print (329 ft.): b&w.
Cameraman: F.A. Dobson.

Summary: This film uses stop-action photography to show the conversation between an old man, and his friend in ballons on the black wall behind them. An old man with his head bandaged is in need of a nurse to take care of him at home so his friend places an add in the paper. The add has an overwhelming response and the old man is scared off by all of the nurses. His friend is left to cope with the nurses.

Note: The original paper print films bears the title Nurse Wanted.

Westward Whoa!

SEE MUTT AND JEFF IN WESTWARD WHOA!

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN ACCIDENTS WON'T HAPPEN. (1925)
FAB 1672

16mm ref. print (180 ft.): col.
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Mutt and Jeff in Accidents Won't Happen.

Summary: Mutt wants Jeff to invest his money in an accident insurance policy, but Jeff doesn't want to because he believes that accidents won't happen. Mutt tries to cause Jeff to have accidents and ends up getting hurt himself. Jeff lets Mutt hit him with a brick to make him feel better.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN DOG MISSING. (1926)
FAB 1677

16mm ref. print (252 ft.): col.
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. titles: Dog Gone, Mutt and Jeff in Dog Missing.

Summary: When Jeff dresses up in a dog costume to win a dog contest that Mutt is judging the other dogs become jealous and chase him out of the show. Jeff and the other dogs are caught by Schultz the sausage man who turns dogs into sausages. Mutt rescues Jeff and is almost made into a sausage himself.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN EGYPTIAN DAZE. [192-]
FAB 1675

16mm ref. print (288 ft.): col.
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Mutt and Jeff in Egyptian Daze.

Summary: Mutt and Jeff steal a mummy so that they can make a fortune. Their plan is foiled by the tomb's guards and they have to give the mummy back.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN MIXING IN MEXICO. (1925)
FAB 1678

16mm ref. print (216 ft.): col.
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Mutt and Jeff in Mixing in Mexico.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN OCEANS OF TROUBLE. (1925)
FAB 1671

16mm ref. print (252 ft.): col.
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Mutt and Jeff in Oceans of Trouble.

Summary: Mutt and Jeff are out in the ocean trying to catch rum runners in a submarine shaped like a whale. The rum runners end up taking over the sub but a giant fish swallows them. The police give the giant fish a medal for catching the rum runners instead of Mutt and Jeff.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN SODA JERKS. (1925)
FAB 1599

16mm ref. print (216 ft.): b&w.
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. titles: Mutt and Jeff in Soda Jerks; Soda Clerks.

Summary: Mutt and Jeff have jobs at a soda shop and Jeff accidentally refills the soda fountain with PEP, a powerful tonic that gives people super human strength. The customers are soon tearing apart the soda shop and the town so the police try to close it down, but Jeff drinks some of the tonic and chases the cops away.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN THE INVISIBLE REVENGE. (1925)
FAB 1674

16mm ref. print (252 ft.): col.
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Mutt and Jeff in The Invisible Revenge.

Summary: While working as a chemist's assistant, Jeff comes across a potion to make things invisible. Jeff steals a little of the potion to trick Mutt into thinking that he is going crazy. Mutt figures out what Jeff is up to but Jeff is still able to trick him and knock him silly.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN THEY SHALL NOT PASS. (1925)
FAB 1669

16mm ref. print (180 ft.): col
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Mutt and Jeff in They Shall Not Pass.

Summary: Mutt has Jeff hide in his sweater to help him win a bicycle race by prohibiting the other riders from passing him. Mutt's bike breaks apart and Jeff ends up winning the race instead of Mutt.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN WHEN HELL FROZE OVER. (1926)
FAB 1679

16mm ref. print (252 ft.): col.
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Mutt and Jeff in When Hell Froze Over.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN WHERE AM I? (1925)
FAB 1676

16mm ref. print (288 ft.): col.
Series: Mutt and Jeff; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: Mutt and Jeff in Where Am I?

Summary: Mutt accidentally gets Jeff's head stuck in a pan. Jeff can't see where he is going so he wanders away from Mutt and ends up at a construction site at the top of a skyscraper. Jeff falls and lands on Mutt as the pan pops off his head.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: THE UNDERDOG. (1929)
FAB 1671

16mm ref. print (216 ft.): col.
Series: Aesop's Fables; When Funnies Were Funny.
Dist.: Radio and Television Packagers, Inc.
Prod.: William D. Cayton; Characters: Mutt and Jeff.
Alt. title: The Underdog.

Note: Re-release version, 1973.

When Hell Froze Over

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN WHEN HELL FROZE OVER.

Where Am I?

SEE WHEN FUNNIES WERE FUNNY: MUTT AND JEFF IN WHERE AM I?

WHO SAID THEY NEVER COME BACK? (1916)
FLA 2922

Miscellaneous Collection
16mm ref. print (60 ft.): b&w.
Series: Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial.
Prod. Co.: International Film Service.
Story: Tom E. Powers; Character: Red Smith.

Summary: An escaped convict Red Smith returns to prison unintentionally when the load of hay in which he is hidden is delivered there.

A WINTER DAY IN CHICAGO. [192-]
FAB 1707

AFI/Post (George) Collection
16mm ref. print (40 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Gaumont.

Note: On reel with: An Animated Hair Cartoon, Subject L; The fate of foxes; [Unid. Post No. 11: Castro, the stormy petrel of the south and northern broom]; [Unid. Post No. 12: The Coal trust and the winter sun]; [Unid. Post No. 13: Witness Mockefeller]; and Facts Worth Knowing.

WOODEN SOLDIERS. [1928]
ref. copy forthcoming

AFI/Melzer (Leo) Collection
16mm arch. pos. (66 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co.: Kinex Studios.
Character: Chip, the wooden man.

Note: Puppet animation.

YOU'RE THE CREAM IN MY COFFEE. [1928]
FAA 1996

AFI/Moyer (Larry) Collection
16mm ref. print (125 ft.): b&w.
Prod. Co. & Dist.: Advance Trailer Service Corp.

Summary: An animated song film with lyrics on the screen for the song "You're the Cream in My Coffee."

Note: As sung by Harry Richman on the Brunswick.

Source: LoC Shelflist Card.

[Zouary Can No. 187]

SEE KO-KO NUTS.

[Zouary Can No. 189]

SEE ESCAPADES OF ESTELLE, KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES (THE HAT), and KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES (WOMEN'S DRESSES).

[Zouary Can No. 192]

SEE KO-KO'S STORM

[Zouary Can No. 193]

SEE THE FORTUNE TELLER.

[Zouary Can No. 224]

SEE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Gifford, Denis. American Animated Films: The Silent Era, 1897-1929. Jefferson: McFarland & Company, Inc., 1990.

Lenburg, Jeff. The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons. New York: Facts on File, 1991.

LoC Shelflist Card, Library of Congress Shelflist Card- Motion Pictures, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division.

Maltin, Leonard. TV Movies and Video Guide, 1987 Edition. New York: New American Library, 1987.

Magliozzi, Ron. Treasures from the Film Archives: A Catalog of Short Silent Fiction Films held by FIAF Archives. Metcheun: Scarecrow, 1988.

Merritt, Russell and Kaufman, J.B. Walt in Wonderland: The Silent Films of Walt Disney. Pordenone: Edizioni Biblioteca dell'Immagine, 1992.

Motion Picture News, New York: Cinematograph Publishing Company, 1912-1930.

Moving Picture World, New York: The World Photographic Publishing Company, 1907-1931. (Name changes to Motion Picture Herald in 1931).

ONLINE DATABASES

AFI Star Database, American Film Institute, 1993.

CDS Star Database, Library of Congress Cataloging Distribution Service.

FMS Nitrate Control System, Library of Congress online nitrate materials catalog.

Library of Congress MUMS Database, Library of Congress online catalog.

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