Can't miss cartoon classics!
Cartoons, by design, often have some pretty strange story lines and themes. But some are so bizarre, so out there, that through the years they have obtained a cult classic status. Our program spotlights a crazed collection of some of the most odd-ball cartoons ever made from animation’s golden era of the 1930s, 40s and 50s. Some of the selections from our vaults are well known—others are more rare and often unseen today. They're just waiting for an audience to give them a cult classic certification!
Titles included in this crazed collection are: MYSTERIOUS MOSE (1930), GOOFY GOAT ANTICS (1931), THE CRYSTAL GAZEBO (1932), GRANDFATHER’S CLOCK (1934), SUNSHINE MAKERS (1935), BALLOONLAND (1935), THE FRESH LOBSTER (1936), WILD OYSTERS (1941), THE BROTHERHOOD OF MAN (1946), SH-H-H-H-H (1956) and MORE! (100 minutes.)
Screening 16mm, the way it was meant to be seen!