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Tom Palmer
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Total Titles at Criticker: 18 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated: Director (18) | Actor (3)
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Molly Moo Cow and Robinson Crusoe (1936)
Molly Moo Cow washes to shore on an island, the one occupied by Robinson Crusoe. Much of the short is Crusoe extolling the virtues of the solitary life, Molly trying to ingratiate herself to Crusoe and Crusoe trying to get rid of her. He finally succeeds-just before cannibals come ashore, capture Crusoe and dump him in a pot. From the time they grab him Crusoe is yelling for help (from whom is unclear, given that he wants the island to himself). (imdb comments)
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A Waif
Troublemaking kid is not happy with his new adopted brother.
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Toonerville Trolley (1936)
The Skipper's morning trolley run is disrupted by several forces (imdb)
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Cupid Gets his Man (1936)
A look into the whole cupid operation; we see how the process is supposed to work, with cupids practicing their archery, and the couples handed off to the stork. But there's one particularly resistant couple (the man is a W.C. Fields caricature) who takes the whole crew to finally corral. (imdb)
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The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg (1936)
Felix is handing out relief, thanks to a goose that lays golden eggs. The evil Captain Kidd sees the goose and breaks into Felix's house to get it. (imdb)
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Trolley Ahoy (1936)
Trolley Ahoy (1936) - Short Film
The terrible tempered Mr. Bang is commuting to work. When the trolley takes more than 5 seconds to arrive, he follows the tracks to the Skipper's house, where he bets him $10 he won't get to work on time. So motivated, the Skipper cuts breakfast short, but he hasn't paid the bill and his power is off. His wife rigs a sail, which gets him going, but a typhoon blows them off course. They land atop Mr. Bang's train... (imdb)
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Molly Moo-Cow and the Indians (1935)
A Conestoga Wagon leads Molly Moo-Cow and some ducks through the hills. The ducks stop for a swim by a tepee and go to explore the settlement. Molly misses her friends and goes to look for them; when she finds them she discovers they're behaving like Native Americans, and she joins in. Meanwhile, a Native woman downstream loses her baby in the stream and chases after her. Seeing the baby's in trouble, Molly pursues it as well, and eventually retrieves it. (imdb)
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Molly Moo-Cow and Rip Van Wrinkle (1935)
Despite the warnings from her conscience, Molly drinks the same brew that got poor Rip Van Winkle drunk and made him sleep for 20 years. The bizarre bovine has a close encounter with little men, throws her own private keg party, bowls against her ghostly double and awakens the famous Washington Irving character just in time for the iris out. Just plain weird! (bcdb.com)
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Bird Scouts (1935)
Bird Scouts (1935) - Short Film
13th Cartoon in the Van Beuren Rainbow Parade Series. (imdb)
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Molly Moo-Cow and the Butterflies (1935)
Molly rescues a bunch of butterflies after they are captured by a butterfly collector. (imdb)
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Spinning Mice (1935)
A girl is sewing in her playroom when a boy sneaks in and lets loose a horde of mice into her doll house. She discovers them and is fascinated by them, one in particular who can speak. (imdb)
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Parrotville Post Office (1935)
A mother and her two rowdy children come into the Parrotville Post Office. The postmaster is annoyed by the children at first. Later, the children come in handy. A notorious mail thief sneaks into the post office, and the kids and postmaster apprehend him. They put the thief in a mail sack and send him to prison via the next mail delivery. (imdb)
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The Picnic Panic (1935)
Three singing kettles go on a picnic. (imdb)
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Parrotville Old Folks (1935)
Some elderly parrots are washing and cleaning up around the house, when one of them is phoned by Matron Birdkins, who invites them over to the Old Folks Home to play some tunes. They're hindered by a snowstorm, but make it none the worse for wear, warming themselves by a fire they help stoke. They play and sing some songs, and then a chaotic dinner ensues. This is followed by more singing and dancing, and a good time is had by all. (imdb)
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Buddy
This cartoon has some amusing sight gags like a car going back through a fence and crashing into various animals before landing in Cookie's yard or a train that seems on its way into crashing into a car with Elmer and Happy inside when Buddy and Cookie use a ladder to derail the locomotive in another direction. (imdb comments)
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I
Blackout gags and music, including the title song originated in the movie musical Gold Diggers of 1933. Hollywood figures caricatured include Tallulah Bankhead, Joan Blondell, James Cagney, Bing Crosby, Guy Kibbee, Zasu Pitts, Mae West, Bert Wheeler and Bob Woolsey, Ed Wynn, George Bernard Shaw, Mussolini, Ben Bernie, The Boswell Sisters and Greta Garbo, who does the "Dat's all, folks!".
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Alpine Antics (1929)
Oswald and his dog go up the mountains to rescue a pussycat dangling from a ridge.
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Yanky Clippers (1929)
A puppy is forced into a barber shop run by Oswald the Rabbit. Oswald can't shave the dog's back at first, as the hair keeps growing back. He eventually realizes the mutt's drinking hair tonic and so he takes the bottle away and finishes the job. A hippo's next in line, then an elephant, then a truculent and lascivious bear, all with equally humorous results. (imdb)
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