Sunday, January 21, 2018

Rainy Day Sunshine Fun-Time Sunday Low-Res Cartoon Show #28

I thought I'd show old cartoons like I play old records, but can't find a host. The rights are even more complicated here so I've gotten around it by only embedding things that have already been posted by someone else, absolving me altogether.

I take no responsibility for anything removed by the rightholders, watermarks from previous second-generation sources, editing, cropping, or other ways links that have been broken by parties other than me. Once in a while you'll come across offensive racial stereotypes. Remember the cartoon is about the story and not about them. Yogi Bear: STRANGER RANGER Hanna-Barbera Studios, 1959 These posts can be expensive. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us afloat.
Halas & Batchelor Studios, 1947
dir: Joy Batchelor 'ROUND AND 'ROUND AND 'ROUND
Jam Handy Organization, 1939 Bullwinkle: HOW TO INTERVIEW A SCIENTIST
Jay Ward Productions, 1962 Mutt and Jeff: SLICK SLEUTHS Jefferson Film Corporation, 1926 dir: Bud Fisher OF FOX AND HOUNDS
Schlesinger Studios/Warner Bros Pictures, 1940
Nihon Manga Film Kenkuyo-Jo, 1935
dir: Yoshitaro Katioka TWO LITTLE PUPS
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1936
dir: Rudolf Ising DOODLE FILM
National Film Board of Canada, 1971
dir: Donald Winkler Susie and Bud: THE KIDS FIND CANDY'S CATCHING
Paramount Pictures, 1920
dir: Frank Moser Popeye: FOR BETTER OR NURSE
Famous Studios, 1945
Harvard University Films, 1965
dir: Eliot Noyes Jr.
Nominee: Academy Award, Best Animated Short Subject PAINT POT SYMPHONY
Terrytoons, 1949
dir: Connie Rasinski LUPO THE BUTCHER
International Rocketship Limited, 1987
dir: Danny Antonnucci Scrappy: PUTTIN' OUT THE KITTEN
Columbia Pictures Corporation, 1937
dir: Art Davis

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Magic Whistle Radio Hour 161

Things I've collected over the years or acquired on mixtapes and comps or gathered from the internet or the library or my parents' attic. The different sources are the reason for the volume disparity. I make no claims to "discovering" or "owning" anything. Probably neither do you. It's whatever I feel like playing that week. Every Saturday. No repeats. Things that may or may not be familiar. Who knows? The time's next to each song in case you don't like something or it's icky or if you don't want your kids to hear it. Don't let offense at one song cloud your impression of the curation as a whole. Past weeks here too. Just type "Audio" in the search engine. Or if you're too lazy to press a button more than once, here's everything up to January 2018. You don't get the all playlists, though. You can right-click this if you want to save a zip file of this one (containing an mp3 of the file) for later. Here are some tunes to listen to while the government shuts down:

2:50 THE GOONS- Drop of the Hard Stuff (1958)
5:16 THE CHARLIE BOP TRIO- Tokyo Queen (1958)
7:40 HAPPY GRASSHOPPER- Happy Grasshopper
13:55 TOP CAT- Officer Dibble
15:21 OSCAR MCLOLLIE & JEANETTE BAKER- Hey Boy, Hey Girl (1956)
18:00 ANGELA MARTIN- Two Pairs of Shoes (1963)
20:08 HOMER & JETHRO- She Loves You (1967)
22:29 JACK WEBB- I Thought About Marie (1958)
25:02 CARL BONAFEDE- Werewolf (I'm a Werewolf) (1958)
27:11 THE IGUANAS- Again and Again (1963)
29:30 SCREAMIN' JAY HAWKINS- Baptize Me In Wine (1955)
32:04 IMOGENE LYNN- Oh, Wolfie!
   from Swing Shift Cinderella, 1945
34:08 SYLVIA & MURRAY WINANT- Doc Clock (The Breakfast Time Friend) (1946)
40:19 MICKEY KATZ & HIS ORCHESTRA- Yiddishe Mambo (1954)
43:13 JAMES COPP- Agnes Mouthwash and Friends
   from LP Agnes Mouthwash and Friends (1993)
46:34 UNKNOWN- You're Too Careless With Your Kisses (1932)
47:11 JERRY COYLE & THE NELSONICS- America, Land of Free Enterprise
51:00 AL MILLER- I Found Your Keyhole (1929)
54:04 JIM LOWE- Close the Door (1955)
56:30 FATS & THE CHESSMEN- An Odd Twist
   from LP Let's Twist, 1962

58:57 CONNY & THE BELLHOPS- He's the Law

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Cartoons I don't get #31

Enough with Saul Steinberg for now, back to the head-scratchers.

Punch February 4, 1920
Playboy, August 1960
Did he make everything disappear? I blew this up and it's not clear.
Sex to Sexty, c. 1960s or 1970s
I'm torn. On one hand, this cartoon is incredibly racist like most Sex to Sexty cartoons, but because of the loopy drawing (also a recurring Sex to Sexty feature) it's positive in that it acknowledges women come in different shapes and sizes.
Hello Buddies, c. 1951
Tea rations during WWII? Didn't know about that. Did soldiers drink a lot of tea?
Cavalcade, August 1942
Hello Buddies, Winter 1950
Judge October 9, 1909
More topical humor
London Life, June 1946
New Yorker December 2, 1926
Outpost February 1916
Swagger, January 1951
Punch, c. 1965
Cavalcade, March 1942
Did I accidentally cut the caption off maybe?
1900's, 1910's, 1920's, 1940's, 1960's