Off topic post, I watched Pingu as a kid and this was the most terrifying episode ever.

Off topic post, I watched Pingu as a kid and this was the most terrifying episode ever.

(Source: creepyweirdcartoons, via dutchster)

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fortunecookied:

Popeye fills his camel up on gas in Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba’s Forty Thieves (1937)

fortunecookied:

Popeye fills his camel up on gas in Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba’s Forty Thieves (1937)

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skunkandburningtires:

Did you know?

Betty Boop’s Red Hot Mamma (1934) was once banned in the U.K. (via)

Reblogging for the “Cold shoulder” and “icy stare” gags.

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(Source: rhade-zapan, via rhade-zapan)

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(Source: vintagemickeymouse, via eyever)

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BIMBO-Mysterious Mose- Fleisher Studios 1930

A repeat pose of a catchy little short that came out of Fleischer Studios in 1930. Though the character would go on to become Betty Boop, this predates her official release. Here she is more of a dog like character (her dog ears would later be remodeled as hoop earrings)

As the opening titles show, Fleischer Studios had high hopes for the character “Bimbo”, but he was upstaged by his girlfriend, who went on to become one of the most recognised characters in animation,as well as becoming much of the modern legacy of this once prolific animation studio.

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bigfaceallovertheplace:

bettybooplover:

On with the New (1938)

Never much cared for this redesign of betty :S

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plutopupstyle:

plutopupstyle:

Pluto butt bouncing a live bee’s nest in 1944’s Springtime for Pluto

Pretty sure I didn’t spent over an hour to manually craft this gif photoset for only three notes, people.

(via disneytoonland)

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gameraboy:

Mickey’s Mechanical Man (1933)

(via i-killed-dr-sex)

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gameraboy:

Tower defense. Gulliver Mickey (1934)

gameraboy:

Tower defense. Gulliver Mickey (1934)

(via i-killed-dr-sex)

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bettybooplover:

Crazy Town (1932)

(via odlaws)

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vintagemickeymouse:

Mickey’s Steam Roller (1934)

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dfilms:

The Pet Store, 1933

dfilms:

The Pet Store, 1933

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