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35mm cartoons pics or online videos please

Discussion in 'Toons on Film' started by Dave Koch, Nov 2, 2013.

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    I am in particular looking fo screenshots of 35mm cartoons of Famous Noveltoons made in 1945, and early 1946. They must be Technicolor orginals, complete with the orginal Paramount titles.

    since I don't have a projector, I would like screenshots or a online video camcorder post

    I am looking for orginals of:

    The Friendly Ghost
    Old MacDonald Had A Farm (complete with Paramount mountain)
    Various 1945 Noveltoons with the Jack-in-the-box opening
    Screen Songs, complete with Paramount mountain, especially Camptown Races
    Bargain Counter Attack
    Suddenly It's Spring with Raggedy Ann

    To broaden my variety I also want Techincolor and/or movie studio orginals of these:

    Betty Boop 1933-1934 season with Paramount opening properly restored
    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (Jam Handy short, Montgomery Ward print, not the reiusses that pop out in many PD vidoes)
    Hunky and Spunky shorts, especially the pilot (only seen one with orignal titles)
    Unaltered Inkwell Imps, no UM&M titles
    Jasper and the Haunted House ( Puppetoon Movie DVD does not complete the the piano introduction and cymbal note after the end fanfare)
    Bright Print of Tubby the Tuba, with Paramount Pictures logos and titles (in the Puppetoon Movie, the Paramount plugs are removed)
    Boy Meets Dog (Orignal Universal Titles and Ipana plugs)

    If anyone has any 35mm Technicolor or orignal print, feel free to post here. I don't have a projecor, so it'd be better off taking screenshots of the films or posting a video to see these cartoons in action.


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    -Uncle Tom, "Uncle Tom's Bungalow" (1937)

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