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  • 07:35 Popular 大力水手   (Popeye The Sailor)

    大力水手 (Popeye The Sailor)

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  • 06:51 Popular Popeye The Sailor - Beware of Barnacle Bill (1935)

    Popeye The Sailor - Beware of Barnacle Bill (1935)

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    To the classic tune of "Barnacle Bill the Sailor", Olive explains that she can't marry Popeye because she's in love with Barnacle Bill (an unusually large Bluto), who then comes by and proceeds to pound Popeye (until he eats his spinach, of course). Fleis

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  • 06:33 Popular Popeye - Beware of Barnacle Bill  1935

    Popeye - Beware of Barnacle Bill 1935

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    Original Air Date: 25 January 1935 Animators: Willard Bowsky, Harold Walker Notes: * First use of the "anchor" end title design. Fleischer Studios. Released on January 25, 1935 by Paramount Pictures.

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  • 07:39 Popular Superman - Secret Agent

    Superman - Secret Agent

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    Secret Agent (1943) is the last of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character Superman. Produced by Famous Studios, the cartoon was originally released to theaters by Paramount Pictures on July 30, 1943. This is the only

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  • 07:15 Popular Fleischer Cartoon - Color Classic - Hold It (1938) (old Cartoon Vintage Public Domain)

    Fleischer Cartoon - Color Classic - Hold It (1938) (old Cartoon Vintage Public Domain)

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    Fleischer Cartoons - Hold It (old cartoon public domain) cartoons dessin anime from the Color Classics series "Fleischer studios" The night is coming, all the neighborhood cats are preparing for a meeting. Color Classics were a series of animated short su

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  • 07:27 Popular Educated Fish (1937)(old Cartoon Vintage Public Domain)

    Educated Fish (1937)(old Cartoon Vintage Public Domain)

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    Fleischer Cartoons - Color Classics - Educated Fish (1937)(old free classic cartoon public domain) Color Classics were a series of animated short subjects produced by Fleischer Studios for Paramount Pictures from 1934 to 1941 as a competitor to Walt Disne

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