Hurvinek cannot go to a circus because he injured himself when sliding down the stair rail. He daydreams that he is an acrobat riding a scooter and an animal-trainer taming beasts. (MUBI)
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A tamer of horses discovers a large mechanical horse. A conflict develops when the horse tamer attempts to tame the horse and the horse attempts to destroy the man. Considers the relationship between man and technology.
Dud imagines himself as a daring circus performer (which would certainly impress Mamie.)
A man wakes up in his grave and realizes that he's been buried alive. He gets up and arrives home only to find out that his wife and relatives threw a party instead of mourning, looking forward to his big inheritance.
A free transposition of a Kafka novel: the peace of an imaginary insect is disturbed by three little balls.
Max Fleischer is going to a shooting gallery, so he practices on Koko and Fitz, sending them both to Paradise in this slightly erratic but funny cartoon.
A political film written by statesman Shimpei Goto advocating for universal suffrage.
The cartoon starts off with Woody who, tired of flying, stops to rest on a cloud...
Weary of his running-in-circles existence as a merry-go-round horse, the little hobby-horse gets a case of wanderlust. That night he gets out after the fair has closed and takes in the world of the Crazy House, the Wax Museum, the Ferris Wheel and a roller coaster. Battered and beaten from his adventures, he concludes he is better off on his stand at the merry-go-round.
The gregarious Flebus, whom everyone likes, grows desperate when he meets the one person who can't stand him.
"This is a nice fruit tree here. Why don't you eat from it? " Working from about 2,500 images, all painstakingly drawn and painted and textured onto clear 70mm film leader, Nina Paley’s brilliant, camera-less short film paints the proverbial "Fall from Grace" as a labyrinthine trip through Pandora's box. It is a mad race, a dance with death and a rollicking good time in this raucous, vibrant set of color images shimmering and shimmying over a black background, all to the driving insouciance of Scottish punk rockers the Revillos' "Yeah Yeah."
The story of three children who find themselves with a friendly monster that grows at an alarming rate.
A Walter Lantz Andy Panda cartoon released June 28, 1943.
A radio program tells the story: Cats lure mice with a peep show, then drop them into ice cube trays. The semi-frozen mice are then sold to cats for 5 cents each. The dog police come and break things up somewhat, but it takes Mighty Mouse to truly save the day and set the mice free.
A film about traveling artists arriving from Mishima and Odawara.
The Mascot serenades a lady dog. Another dog that listened and liked the song, wants to imprison Mascot so that he sings in his house.
Angel Densetsu is a story about Seiichirou Kitano, a kind and naive boy with the heart of an angel, but the sinister looks of a devil. This causes many misunderstandings, leading people to assume that he is a villain or heroin addict, and results in a career as the head thug, or "school guardian" at his new school.