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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shanetheduck:

theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”

A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.

Objectively the greatest physical comedian to ever live.

(via eyever)

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gameraboy:

The Haunted House (1929)

gameraboy:

The Haunted House (1929)

(via i-killed-dr-sex)

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comics-tillyoubleed:

Little Nemo (1911)

(via hey-really-giger)

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vintagegal:

Betty Boop: Minnie The Moocher (1932)

vintagegal:

Betty Boop: Minnie The Moocher (1932)

(via eyever)

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mothgirlwings:

Betty Boop’s Halloween Party (1933) - by Max Fleischer

(via eyever)

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dfilms:

Blue Rhythm, 1931

dfilms:

Blue Rhythm, 1931

(Source: vintagemickeymouse)

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

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bronantha:

Squirrel Nut Zippers - The Ghost of Stephen Foster

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJzWGkgFcTU

(via hey-really-giger)

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cesarsebastian:

Fleischer studios promo art.

(Source: cartoonresearch.com, via bigfaceallovertheplace)

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