A Happy Harmonie with Bosko.
Disabled in a thunderstorm, Betty Boop and Grampy's plane lands on a tropic island where Grampy soon re-invents the comforts of home... until hostile, racially-stereotyped natives intrude.
Baseball: Bluto's Bears vs. Popeye's Pirates, and both Bluto and Popeye have girlfriends cheering them on.
Olive asks Popeye to walk her dog Fluffy, but Popeye is embarrassed because Fluffy is as weak looking as the name implies. Sure enough, when Bluto and his bulldog come by, the dogs (and their owners) get in a fight.
Charlie decides not to pay a professional to wash his windows, convinced he can do things just fine by himself...
Woody mistakenly drinks a strength giving, secret tonic stolen by a master spy.
Chilly Willy and his friend the polar bear play rock music, which disturbs a ship's captain.
Horse Play is the 158th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Woody has a run-in with an Indian who has a bad taste for Woody's horse.
The Nautical Nut is the 156th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Woody is mistakenly captured and brought aboard a ship, where he makes things difficult for the captain and his first mate.
Chilly stows away in a woodchopper's travel bag while the woodchopper is on his way to Smedley's Rest Home.
Woody Woodpecker befriends a dog.
In this one, Max has run low on ink, so Ko-Ko finishes drawing himself and then heads over to the camera room, where he creates his own characters, a mechanical dancing Dresden doll with whom he falls in love and a couple of automaton musicians. He gets rid of the musicians, but, alas, the bulbs used for film projectors are too hot and everyone melts.
The story of an apparitious extraterrestrial and a vertically mobile prepubescent.
Abou Ben Boogie Release Date: 9/18/44 Direction: James Cullhane Story: Ben Hardaway and Milt Schaffer Animation Layout: Art Heinemann Animation: Paul Smith Musical Arrangement: Darrell Calker Backgrounds: Philip DeGuard Lyrics: Tot Seymour Music: Vee Lawnhurst Notes: Production Number: D-7 A Swing Symphony cartoon The second and final appearance of "Miss X." Michael Fitzgerald incorrectly lists this cartoon as an August release. Click here to see Abou Ben Boogie sheet music. Some animation of "Miss X" by Pat Matthews, deemed "too sexy," was cropped out of Castle Films home use prints.
Travel along on the adventure of a lifetime as a young Viking boy banished from Iceland by bloodthirsty conquerors becomes the first European ever to set foot on American soil in an animated epic adventure from the acclaimed animation director Phil Nibbelink (Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Black Cauldron). The year is 1000 A.D. and young Leif Ericson has just fled to Greenland to escape the vicious plundering of his native Iceland. When Eric falls for a beautiful slave girl and his disapproving father casts a dark shadow over the relationship, the heartbroken young adventurer sets out on the uncharted seas to tempt fate and find his destiny in the New World. Subsequently forced to return to Greenland after learning that his father is in grave danger, Leif sets sail once again to help his father, and reclaim his one true love.
A bored youth, a bored fish, a can of pop - the results are explosive!
Bluto decides he's exhausted and needs a complete rest; fortunately, there's a hospital nearby where he can fake exhaustion. Popeye discovers the deception and poses as his nurse.
Andy Panda wants roast chicken for his Meatless Tuesday dinner...but the farmyard rooster isn't being cooperative.
Popeye is doing a great job of sinking Japanese ships (complete with toilet-flush sound effect). A carrier pigeon brings him notice that he's been granted a month furlough, which he plans to spend with Olive and his nephews. But on arrival, he's run over by Olive, who immediately leaves him alone with his nephews, who are practicing home defense.