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Noveltoons was an anthology series of animated cartoons produced by Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios from 1943 to the close of the studio in 1967 Casper the Friendly Ghost, Herman and Katnip, Little Audrey, and Baby Huey all got their start from this series It was the successor series to the Color Classics series produced by Fleischer Studios indeed, several Noveltoons would feature characters who originated in Color Classics This series was also very similar to the two series from Warner Bros, Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, in that it features several recurring characters under one umbrella title

The pre-October 1950 Noveltoons were sold to television distributor UM & M TV Corporation in 1956 National Telefilm Associates acquired those cartoons soon afterward Paramount sold the rest of the Noveltoons to Harvey Comics As new Noveltoons were produced, they were also sold to Harvey, until 1962 Paramount still owns the remaining Noveltoons, and has reacquired the cartoons sold to UM & M, but a number of those cartoons have fallen into the public domaincitation needed

Contents

  • 1 List of Noveltoons
  • 2 Home media
  • 3 Notes
  • 4 External links

List of Noveltoonsedit

  • No Mutton fer Nuttin' 1943a
  • The Henpecked Rooster 1944b
  • Cilly Goose 1944c
  • Suddenly It's Spring 1944d
  • Yankee Doodle Donkey 1944e
  • Gabriel Churchkitten 1944f
  • When GI Johnny Comes Home 1945
  • Scrappily Married 1945
  • A Lamb in a Jam 1945
  • A Self-Made Mongrel 1945g
  • The Friendly Ghost 1945h
  • Cheese Burglar 1946
  • Old MacDonald Had a Farm 1946
  • Sheep Shape 1946
  • The Goal Rush 1946
  • Spree for All 1946i
  • Sudden Fried Chicken 1946j
  • The Stupidstitious Cat 1947k
  • The Enchanted Square 1947l
  • Madhattan Island 1947m
  • Much Ado About Mutton 1947n
  • The Wee Men 1947
  • The Mild West 1947
  • Naughty But Mice 1947
  • Santa's Surprise 1947o
  • Cat o' Nine Ails 1948
  • Flip Flap 1948p
  • We're in the Honey 1948
  • The Bored Cuckoo 1948
  • There's Good Boos To-Night 1948q
  • The Land of the Lost 1948r
  • Butterscotch and Soda 1948
  • The Mite Makes Right 1948
  • Hector's Hectic Life 1948
  • The Old Shell Game 1948s
  • The Little Cut-Up 1949
  • Hep Cat Symphony 1949
  • The Lost Dream 1949
  • Little Red School Mouse 1949
  • A Haunting We Will Go 1949t
  • A Mutt in a Rut 1949 u
  • Campus Capers 1949
  • Leprechauns Gold 1949v
  • Song of the Birds 1949w
  • Quack-a-Doodle-Doo 1949x
  • Land of the Lost Jewels 1950y
  • Teacher's Pest 1950
  • Tarts and Flowers 1950
  • Ups an' Downs Derby 1950
  • Pleased to Eat You 1950
  • Goofy Goofy Gander 1950
  • Saved by the Bell 1950
  • Mice Meeting You 1950
  • The Voice of the Turkey 1950z
  • Sock-a-Bye Kitty 1950
  • One Quack Mind 1951
  • Mice Paradise 1951
  • Hold the Lion Please 1951
  • Land of Lost Watches 1951aa
  • As the Crow Lies 1951
  • Slip Us Some Redskin 1951
  • Party Smarty 1951
  • Cat-Choo 1951ab
  • Audrey the Rainmaker 1951
  • Cat Tamale 1951ac
  • By Leaps and Hounds 1951
  • Scout Fellow 1951
  • Cat Carson Rides Again 1952ad
  • The Awful Tooth 1952ae
  • Law and Audrey 1952
  • City Kitty 1952
  • Clown on the Farm 1952
  • The Case of the Cockeyed Canary 1952
  • Feast and Furious 1952
  • Starting from Hatch 1953
  • Winner by a Hare 1953af
  • Better Bait Than Never 1953
  • Surf Bored 1953
  • Huey's Ducky Daddy 1953
  • The Seapreme Court 1953
  • Crazytown 1953
  • Hair Today Gone Tomorrow 1954
  • Candy Cabaret 1954
  • The Oily Bird 1954
  • Fido Beta Kappa 1954
  • No Ifs, Ands or Butts 1954ag
  • Dizzy Dishes 1955
  • Git Along Lil' Duckie 1955
  • News Hound 1955
  • Poop Goes the Weasel 1955
  • Rabbit Punch 1955
  • Little Audrey Riding Hood 1955
  • Kitty Cornered 1955
  • Sleuth But Sure 1956
  • Swab the Duck 1956
  • Pedro and Lorenzo 1956
  • Sir Irving and Jeames 1956
  • Lion in the Roar 1956
  • Pest Pupil 1956
  • Fishing Tackler 1957ah
  • Mr Money Gags 1957ai
  • L'Amour the Merrier 1957
  • Possom Pearl 1957
  • Jumping with Toy 1957
  • Jolly the Clown 1957
  • Cock-a-Doodle Dino 1957
  • Dante Dreamer 1957
  • Sportickles 1958aj
  • Grateful Gus 1958ak
  • Finnegan's Flea 1958
  • Okey Dokey Donkey 1958al
  • Chew Chew Baby 1958
  • Travelaffs 1958am
  • Stork Raving Mad 1958
  • Dawg Gawn 1958an
  • The Animal Fair 1959ao
  • Houndabout 1959
  • Huey's Father's Day 1959ap
  • Out of This Whirl 1959aq
  • Be Mice to Cats 1960
  • Monkey Doodles 1960
  • Peck Your Own Home 1960
  • Silly Science 1960
  • Counter Attack 1960 ar
  • Turning the Fables 1960as
  • Munro 1960at
  • Fine Feathered Fiend 1960
  • The Planet Mouseola 1960au
  • Northern Mites 1960
  • Miceniks 1960
  • The Lion's Busy 1961av
  • Hound About That 1961aw
  • Alvin's Solo Flight 1961ax
  • Goodie the Gremlin 1961ay
  • Trick or Tree 1961
  • Cape Kidnaveral 1961
  • Turtle Scoop 1961az
  • Kozmo Goes to School 1961ba
  • Perry Popgun 1962
  • Without Time or Reason 1962bb
  • Good and Guilty 1962bc
  • TV or No TV 1962bd
  • Anatole 1962be
  • Yule Laff 1962bf
  • It's for the Birdies 1962
  • Fiddlin' Around 1962
  • Ollie the Owl 1963
  • Good Snooze Tonight 1963
  • A Sight for Squaw Eyes 1963
  • Self Defense for Cowards 1963bg
  • Gramps to the Rescue 1963
  • Hobo's Holiday 1963bh
  • Hound for Pound 1963
  • The Sheepish Wolf 1963
  • Hiccup Hound 1963bi
  • Whiz Quiz Kid 1964bj
  • Laddy and His Lamp 1964bk
  • A Tiger's Tail 1964bl
  • Homer on the Range 1964bm
  • Horning In 1965bn
  • A Hair-Raising Tale 1965
  • The Story of George Washington 1965bo
  • A Leak in the Dike 1965bp
  • Tally-Hokum 1965
  • Op, Pop, Wham and Bop 1966
  • Sick Transit 1966bq
  • Space Kid 1966br
  • Geronimo & Son 1966bs
  • The Trip 1967bt
  • Robin Hood-winked 1967bu

In total, 170 animated shorts in the series were producedcitation needed

Home mediaedit

On January 23, 2012, Thunderbean Animation released a restored collection of public domain Noveltoons with the following cartoons: Cilly Goose, Suddenly It's Spring, Yankee Doodle Donkey, Scrappily Married, A Lamb in a Jam, Cheese Burglar, Sudden Fried Chicken, The Stupidstitious Cat, The Enchanted Square, Much Ado About Mutton, The Wee Men, Naughty But Mice, Flip Flap, The Bored Cuckoo, Leprechauns Gold, Quack-a-Doodle Doo, Teacher's Pest, Ups an' Downs Derby, Pleased to Eat You and Saved by the Bellcitation needed

Notesedit

  1. ^ First Noveltoon cartoon, and first appearances of Blackie the Lamb and Wolfie Wolf Only cartoon directed by Dan Gordon
  2. ^ First appearances of Herman, Henry, and Bertha First cartoon directed by Seymour Kneitel, and this is the first Noveltoon cartoon with the directorial credit
  3. ^ First cartoon without dialogue, except that the news broadcasting fox speaks
  4. ^ First sequel to the 1941 Max Fleischer Color Classic cartoon, Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy 1941
  5. ^ Featuring Spunky, an alumus from the Color Classics series produced by Fleischer Studios First cartoon directed by Izzy Sparber
  6. ^ Based on three books by Margot Austin Only cartoon to be animated by four animators
  7. ^ First appearance of Dog Face First cartoon directed by Dave Tendlar
  8. ^ First appearance of Casper the Friendly Ghost, and also his first in the Noveltoons series
  9. ^ Featuring Snuffy Smith from the comic strip Barney Google and Snuffy Smith; served as the bridge between the 1934-1936 Charles Mintz/Screen Gems Barney Google cartoon series and the 1963 Snuffy Smith cartoons produced specifically for the animated television series King Features Trilogy Previously considered a lost film, and currently only exists in black and white with French subtitles
  10. ^ This cartoon appeared in Smart House First cartoon directed by Bill Tytla
  11. ^ First appearance of Buzzy the Crow
  12. ^ Second and final sequel to the 1941 Max Fleischer Color Classic cartoon, Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy 1941
  13. ^ First cartoon without animation credits
  14. ^ Last appearance of Blackie the Lamb in the Noveltoon series, before he moved to the first Screen Songs color cartoon, Circus Comes to Clown
  15. ^ First appearance of Little Audrey
  16. ^ This cartoon was narrated by Ken Roberts
  17. ^ Second appearance of Casper in the Noveltoons series
  18. ^ First of three animated shorts based on the then-popular children's fantasy adventure radio series of the same name
  19. ^ First appearances of Tommy Tortoise and Moe Hare
  20. ^ Last appearance of Casper in the Noveltoons series, before he moved on to his own series
  21. ^ A dog is at his wits' end when his mistress adopts a stray kitten, but a nightmare about Dog Heaven and Dog Hell makes Dogface change his ways DVD 100 Cartoon Classics, Treeline Films, 2004
  22. ^ Sequel to The Wee Men 1947
  23. ^ Short is a semi-remake/reused plot of the 1934 Max Fleischer Color Classic cartoon, The Song of the Birds 1934; featuring Little Audrey
  24. ^ First appearance of Baby Huey
  25. ^ Second of three animated shorts based on the then-popular children's fantasy adventure radio series, Land of the Lost
  26. ^ First special short, and first appearances of Timothy the Turkey and the farmer Final cartoon directed by Bill Tytla
  27. ^ Third and final animated short based on the then-popular children's fantasy adventure radio series, Land of the Lost
  28. ^ First of two Buzzy and Katnip cartoons in the Noveltoon series
  29. ^ First of two Herman and Katnip cartoons in the Noveltoon series
  30. ^ Second and last of two Herman and Katnip cartoons in the Noveltoon series, before they moved on to their own series
  31. ^ Second and last of two Buzzy and Katnip cartoons in the Noveltoon series
  32. ^ First cartoon where Moe Hare stars as his main antagonist
  33. ^ Banned from being aired on television, due to its exploitations and exhibitings of smoking habits
  34. ^ The 100th Noveltoon cartoon
  35. ^ Final appearances of Tommy Tortoise and Moe Hare The only cartoon directed by Al Eugster, and his only off-screen directorial credit, but his animator still got an animation credit, and Izzy Sparber, his director, still got his directorial credit
  36. ^ First cartoon with music sections from Famous Studios cartoons by Winston Sharples, and first cartoon with additional direction by Izzy Sparber uncredited
  37. ^ Final cartoon directed by Dave Tendlar
  38. ^ Featuring Spunky, from the Hunky and Spunky cartoon sub-series of Max Fleischer's Color Classics
  39. ^ Final cartoon directed by Izzy Sparber Final cartoon released in Izzy Sparber's lifetime Only cartoon with additional direction by Seymour Kneitel uncredited
  40. ^ Last appearance of Little Audrey
  41. ^ Second and final cartoon with additional direction by Izzy Sparber uncredited due to his death in previous year
  42. ^ Last appearance of Baby Huey, but he moved on to the television shows, the direct-to-video Easter movie and his own website series
  43. ^ Prototype of the two shorts, Kozmo Goes to School 1961 and its direct sequel Space Kid 1965
  44. ^ Featuring Scat the Cat, a sequel to this short was produced and was entitled The Planet Mouseola 1960
  45. ^ Featuring Mortimer Tortoise and the hare
  46. ^ Munro 1960 was a co-production with Rembrandt Films First cartoon directed by Gene Deitch Only cartoon to win an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film
  47. ^ Featuring Scat the Cat, a sequel to Counter Attack 1960
  48. ^ Featuring Sir Reginald Tweedledum IV
  49. ^ Featuring Harry Hound
  50. ^ One of the only two post-1948 cartoons featuring the belated return of Little Lulu after the end of her own cartoon series, the other being the 1962 Comic Kings cartoon Frog's Legs
  51. ^ First appearance of Goodie the Gremlin
  52. ^ Last special short, and last appearances of Mortimer Tortoise and the hare
  53. ^ Featuring Kozmo the Space Kid, a short sequel followed just five years later under the title Space Kid 1965
  54. ^ Featuring Ralph and Percy, a sequel short followed this cartoon and was called TV or No TV 1962
  55. ^ Second appearance of Goodie the Gremlin
  56. ^ Featuring Ralph and Percy, a sequel to Without Time or Reason 1962
  57. ^ Anatole 1962 was a co-production with Rembrandt Films
  58. ^ Third appearance of Goodie the Gremlin, Santa Claus' second Noveltoon appearance following from Santa's Surprise 1947
  59. ^ Self Defense for Cowards 1963 was a co-production with Rembrandt Films Final cartoon directed by Gene Deitch Also final cartoon without animation credits Only cartoon to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film
  60. ^ The second and final of the two Screen Songs homages in the Noveltoons series
  61. ^ Last appearance of Goodie the Gremlin
  62. ^ Final cartoon released in Seymour Kneitel's lifetime
  63. ^ Featuring Laddy and the Genie, a sequel later followed titled A Tiger's Tail 1964
  64. ^ Featuring Laddy and the Genie, a sequel to Laddy and His Lamp 1964
  65. ^ First cartoon directed by Howard Post
  66. ^ Featuring King Artie
  67. ^ Featuring Jacky, a sequel short followed entitled A Leak in the Dike 1965 First of two cartoons directed by Jack Mendelsohn
  68. ^ Featuring Jacky, a sequel to The Story of George Washington 1965 Second and final of two cartoons directed by Jack Mendelsohn
  69. ^ Final cartoon directed by Howard Post
  70. ^ Featuring Kozmo the Space Kid, a sequel to Kozmo Goes to School 1961 Final cartoon directed by Seymour Kneitel due to his death in 1964
  71. ^ First cartoon directed by Shamus Culhane
  72. ^ An animated short caper in the same vein as the stylized UPA limited animation cartoons of the 1950s and '60s, and final cartoon without dialogue
  73. ^ Featuring Sir Blur, the very last Noveltoon ever produced after the studio closed down Final cartoon directed by Shamus Culhane

External linksedit

  • Freely downloadable Noveltoons shorts

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