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gameraboy:

The Cat’s Out (1931)

(via lady-bodhisattva)

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gravesandghouls:

Mickey Mouse in The Mad Doctor (1933)

(via i-killed-dr-sex)

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neilsanders:

SUGAR HIGH!!

neilsanders:

SUGAR HIGH!!

(via fuckyeahanimation)

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bettybooplover:

  • The Dancing Fool (1932)

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1400 followers! I love you all from the bottom of my rubber hose heart.

I am going to find, wine, dine and then become distant with every single one of you. 

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gravesandghouls:

Betty Boop’s Halloween Party (1933)

gravesandghouls:

Betty Boop’s Halloween Party (1933)

(via fiftyyearstoolate)

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Seven Monsters- Sesame Street & Maurice Sendak

Got to love that spooky music!

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bettybooplover:

  • Grampy’s Indoor Outing (1936) Featuring Betty Boop’s nephew Junior.

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Valse Triste- Allegro Non Troppo.

"Sibelius's Valse triste, a cat wanders in the ruins of a large house. The cat remembers the life that used to fill the house when it was occupied. Eventually all of these images fade away, as does the cat, just before the ruins are demolished.”

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bettybooplover:

  • Bimbo’s Express (1931)

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Geppetto’s clocks, “Pinocchio” (1940)

(Source: 100percento, via i-killed-dr-sex)

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