Titles You Haven't Rated (44)
Ordered by Year | PSI
Yukon Have It (1959) - Short Film
A hungry Chilly Willy notices the good food the mounties get and enrolls for the job. Unfortunately, his enrollment photo is placed over a wanted poster for criminal Caribou Lou and officer Smedley presumes Chilly is Lou and gives chase. (imdb)
Hot and Cold Penguin (1955) - Short Film
More adventures of Chilly Willy and his quest to stay warm.
A Kiddies Kitty (1955) - Short Film
To escape a bulldog, Sylvester Cat allows himself to be adopted by a little girl. The little girl turns out to be rougher than the bulldog... (imdb)
I'm Cold (1954) - Short Film
Chilly Willy is freezing in his igloo home (he lives in Coldernell, Alaska) and burning everything he owns in the fireplace to keep warm. He notices an ad for the local fur factory and realizes that warmth is only a visit away. Unfortunately, it is guarded by a rather unexcitable watchdog who foils Chilly's attempts to steal the furs. Finally, he locks every fur in the storage bin but this doesn't stop Chilly who starts eyeing the watchdog's fur and makes various attempts to remove it from him. (imdb)
A wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder.
Lonesome Lenny (1946) - Short Film
Screwy Squirrel is bought in a pet shop to be the companion of a daft dog so strong that he squeezes his playmates to death. (imdb)
Apple Andy (1946) - Short Film
Andy Panda is very fond of apples and he eats a bushel of green apples, falls asleep and has a nightmare in which the devil is trying to entice him into Hades and stuffs him full of apple juice, applesauce and more apples. (In Andy's defense, since Andy was taught not to eat green apples, the devil had spray-painted the green apples red.) (imdb)
Baby Bottleneck (1946) - Short Film
With an overworked stork, Porky and Daffy volenteer to help out the stork with... delivering babies. Then an unidentified egg shows up and trouble stirrs up when Daffy is assigned to sit on it.
Book Revue (1946) - Short Film
The ultimate Warner Brothers "books come to life" cartoon. Parodies and caricatures of Harry James, Frank Sinatra, 'Benny Goodman', Tommy Dorsey, Gene Krupa, 'Jimmy Durante' and, in a wild take-off on Danny Kaye, Daffy launches into a Russian-accented version of "Carolina in the Morning," then scat-sings his way through the tale of "Red Riding Hood" with Margaret O'Brien as Red.
It's Murder She Says... (1945) - Short Film
A haggard mosquito complains how tough life is with the military taking the proper precautions against malaria infection. (imdb)
Booby Hatched (1944) - Short Film
Winter. A duck struggles mightily, and finally hatches her eggs in the bitter cold, after candling them and seeing the chicks skiing, skating, and otherwise enjoying winter inside the shells. All but one, that is: poor little Robespierre. She doesn't notice until after the rest of the brood has gone swimming and Robespierre has sprouted legs and run off in search of warmth.
Censored (1944) - Short Film
When Snafu gets his wish to have his personal mail uncensored by the military, he inadvertently reveals military secrets that lead to disaster. (imdb)
Lost and Foundling (1944) - Short Film
Sniffles hatches an egg that's rolled into his home, and raises the chick, naming him "Orville." Then he finds out the bird is really a mouse-eating hawk. Unfortunately, Orville finds out also. (imdb)
Canine Commandos (1943) - Short Film
A Walter Lantz Andy Panda cartoon released June 28, 1943.
Swing Your Partner (1943) - Short Film
A horse (with a Jack Benny attitude and voice) is treated like a horse and doesn't like it, so he gets even with his owner. (bcdb.com)
Aloha Hooey (1942) - Short Film
Sammy Seagull and Cecil Crow have stowed away on the same ship. Cecil, from Iowa, wants to see a hula dancer; fortunately, they've just come within flying distance of a tropical island with a lovely dancer. They take turns trying to impress her, with such stunts as skywriting hearts (Cecil almost drowns) and fancy dives (Cecil almost crashes, then gets into a fight with a shark, a turtle, and a starfish). (imdb)
The Squawkin' Hawk (1942) - Short Film
Henery Hawk, making his first appearance in a Warner Bros. cartoon, refuses the worm his mother is trying to feed him; after all, he's a chicken hawk. That night, he sneaks out to the hen house, but comes up against a protective rooster. (imdb)
Air Raid Warden (1942) - Short Film
A Walter Lantz Andy Panda cartoon released December 21, 1942.
The Daffy Duckaroo (1942) - Short Film
Singing cowboy Daffy retires to the Painted Desert (still wet). He falls for an Indian maiden with a Brooklyn accent, but her very large boyfriend catches them. Daffy dresses in drag, which fools him for a while until Daffy's wig falls off. The boyfriend chases Daffy into the Petrified Forest (where Daffy freezes and breaks tomahawks). The Indian sends smoke signals from a phone booth and his tribe attacks Daffy, trapping him under his house trailer. (imdb)
Wacky Blackout (1942) - Short Film
We tour a farm and see how the various animals are preparing for the war, in a series of blackout skits. (imdb)
Foney Fables (1942) - Short Film
A series of fractured fairy tales vignettes. (imdb)
Good-Bye Mr. Moth (1942) - Short Film
Andy Panda is very happy running his tailor shop until a huge, hungry moth flies through the keyhole, and starts making a buffet dinner out of all the clothes in Andy's shop. Andy's attempts to get him out are unsuccessful, until the moth has had his fill---all of Andy's stock---and departs the premises. (imdb)
The Gullible Canary (1942) - Short Film
A hobo crow tricks a canary out of his comfortable cage with inflated promises of happiness in the outside world. (imdb)
Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (1942) - Short Film
A dullwitted buzzard tries to catch Bugs for dinner. (Sengir)
Under the Spreading Blacksmith Shop (1942) - Short Film
Andy Panda is helping his pop out in his blacksmith shop and expresses a desire of his to shoe a horse. Pop tells him he couldn't even shoe a fly (laughs!!!) and decides to prove it to him by taking him up on the offer... namely by disguising himself as a horse (named Charlie) to fool his son. Andy agrees to shoe "Charlie" but the plan goes awry when all manner of disaster befalls the disguised pop culminating in his swallowing several magnets. (imdb)
Nutty Pine Cabin (1942) - Short Film
Andy is trying to build a cabin in the peace and quiet of a primeval forest with new lumber (and the assistance of various woodland friends). The lumber twists and turns, and the cabin falls. A bunch of eager beavers are trying to build a dam. They learn that Andy has some lumber, and they come to borrow some. Andy thinks that they are cute, and, in a generous (and joking) mood, he gives a curious little beaver a piece of beaverboard.
Andy Panda's Pop (1941) - Short Film
Andrew P. Panda (Andy's pop) asks the local roofing company if they will repair his shoddy roof. (imdb)
We, the Animals - Squeak! (1941) - Short Film
Porky hosts a radio program, where animals tell their stories. The guest star is Kansas City Kitty, the best mouser in the country. She tells the story of her life, including her marriage to Tom Collins, the birth of Little Patrick (not necessarily in that order), and the turning point of her life. The mice have plotted out a major operation like gangsters. They sneak out and kidnap Patrick and hold him hostage... (imdb)
Hollywood Steps Out (1941) - Short Film
A tour of Ciro's Nightclub packed with caricatures of many top stars, including (in order) Cary Grant, Greta Garbo, Edward G. Robinson, Ann Sheridan, Johnny Weissmuller, James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, George Raftan and others. (imdb)
Hysterical High Spots in American History (1941) - Short Film
"Hysterical High Spots in American History" (1941) is a Technicolor cartoon from Walter Lantz that offers a six-and-a-half-minute survey of scenes from New World and American history with obvious gags added to them, e.g. the first Thanksgiving ("Thank you," "Thank you," etc.), the call to arms of the Minutemen ("Okay, wait a minute, just a minute, gimme a minute"), and Lincoln's Gettysburg address (take a wild guess). (imdb comments)
Mouse Trappers (1941) - Short Film
When Andy Panda's father brags about what a great hunter he is to Andy, Andy's mother immediately challenges her husband to get rid of a mouse in their home. Andy's father tries all kinds of traps and even brings in a cat. But the cat turns out to be an old friend of the mouse's, and none of the traps work. Finally, Andy's father takes more drastic measures.
The Henpecked Duck (1941) - Short Film
Mrs. Duck sues Daffy for divorce in Judge Porky Pig's courtroom, charging her husband with losing their egg in an abortive magic trick. (imdb)
Pantry Panic (1941) - Short Film
Woody's friends warn him that the groundhog has predicted a blizzard. Unconcerned, Woody decides not to go South with his pals. Soon enough, the blizzard sweeps in and destroys the loony woodpecker's stash of food. Facing starvation, a glimmer of hope arrives in the form of a cat. The cat is also starving and it turns into a match of brawn and wits to see who eats who. (imdb)
The Brave Little Bat (1941) - Short Film
When his car breaks down out in the country, Sniffles the mouse takes shelter in an old mill, where he meets up with "Batty," a non-stop-talking little bat who later save Sniffles from a hungry cat. (imdb)
Mrs. Ladybug (1940) - Short Film
A mother ladybug has too many children to handle, so she puts out an ad for a maid to help with the chores. A big black spider dresses up as a maid to get in the door.
Gallopin' Gals (1940) - Short Film
Time for the big horse race. We drop in on the fillies, who gossip in New York accents. That's followed by a pre-race fashion parade. In both of these, Maggie doesn't join in; she runs every year, but suffers from hay fever. The actual race is run, and Maggie is far back in the field. The other horses hear it's going to be a photo finish, though, and they all come to an abrupt stop and pose except Maggie, who keeps running and wins the race. (imdb)
Holiday Highlights (1940) - Short Film
Blackout gags about the holidays. New Year's (the baby speaks to us). Valentine's Day, Washington Day, etc.
Fresh Fish (1939) - Short Film
A tour of the waters near a South Sea island, introducing us to the various kinds of marine life, including the pickled herring... (imdb)
Life Begins for Andy Panda (1939) - Short Film
Walter Finchell, the tattletale gossip of the jungle, broadcasts from the treetop that Mr. and Mrs. Panda were presented with a bay boy, whom Mrs. Panda names Andy. All the birds and animals go to the Panda's home to welcome the new arrival. As Andy grows, Mr. Panda takes Andy for a walk in the jungle to get him acquainted with Mother Nature and point out some of the perils. (imdb)
Land of the Midnight Fun (1939) - Short Film
A cruise to Nome, Alaska, starts with some cruise-ship jokes: the ship pulls out of the harbor like a car... (imdb)
Fagin's Freshman (1939) - Short Film
Momma's singing "Three Little Kittens" with her brood, but Blackie thinks it's for sissies and he'd rather listen to crime dramas on the radio... (imdb)
The Good Egg (1939) - Short Film
A hen adopts an abandoned egg which hatches into a turtle. The baby turtle becomes the butt of all the real chicks' jokes until danger threatens. (imdb)
I Only Have Eyes for You (1937) - Short Film
The iceman is in love with a pretty girl, and an old spinster is pining and cooking for him. But his dreamgirl prefers crooners like bing Crosby, Rudy Vallee or Eddie Cantor. After leaving her, he spots a sign of an imitator, and thinks he could ask him to do the crooning for him while he is trying to date his girl. The imitator accepts, and at first the trick is working, until the imitator gets to cold among the ice in the back of the van and the girl gets suspicious. (imdb)