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How To Have An Accident In The Home
This is a list of animated short films produced by Walt Disney
Walt Disney
and Walt Disney
Walt Disney
Animation Studios from 1921 to the present
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Animated Cartoon
An animated cartoon is a film for the cinema, television or computer screen, which is made using sequential drawings,[Note 1] as opposed to animations in general, which include films made using clay, puppet and other means
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Oh, What A Knight
Oh, What a Knight is an American animated short film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks, and released in 1928 by The Walt Disney
Walt Disney
Studio. The film features Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
trying to save his girlfriend Ortensia from her strict father, Pete, using unusual fighting skills, including him using his own shadow. This short cartoon shows Oswald's distinct personality, inspired by Douglas Fairbanks, for his courageous and adventurous attitude.[1] The cartoon is featured on "The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit" DVD and Epic Mickey, a platform video game designed by Warren Spector and developed by Junction Point Studios
Junction Point Studios
for the Wii
Wii
console. Synopsis[edit] The action takes place in the Middle Ages
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Trolley Troubles
Trolley Troubles
Trolley Troubles
is a 1927 animated short subject film, produced by Charles Mintz and George Winkler
George Winkler
and directed by Walt Disney. Since Poor Papa, the cartoon is noted for being the first appearance of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, a character that Disney and Ub Iwerks
Ub Iwerks
created for Universal Pictures
Universal Pictures
and Charles B. Mintz.Contents1 History 2 Story 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] In the early summer of 1927, Disney finished the first Oswald cartoon, entitled Poor Papa. However, Universal was not very satisfied. They had expected a more Charlie Chaplin-like character and thought Oswald was too elderly and too fat. Disney agreed to make some changes and the cartoon was not released in theatres at the time. Instead, Oswald's second-produced cartoon was submitted for release: Trolley Troubles
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Oh Teacher (film)
Oh Teacher (1927) is an animated cartoon made by Walt Disney, starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, and distributed by Universal Studios. The film was reissued in 1932 by Walter Lantz Productions
Walter Lantz Productions
with added music and sound effects, and is the only known version to survive.[1]Contents1 Story 2 Cast 3 References 4 External linksStory[edit] Oswald rides to his girlfriend's house on a bicycle. On the way, he asks a daisy if she loves him in the standard "She loves me/She loves me not" way. A cat then steals Oswald's bike and his girlfriend. Oswald, ready to bludgeon the cat with a brick, patiently waits. The cat finds him and accidentally knocks himself out with the brick
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The Mechanical Cow
The Mechanical Cow
The Mechanical Cow
is an Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
cartoon from 1927. It was produced by Walt Disney
Walt Disney
Productions. Plot[edit] The cartoon opens with Oswald attempting to get the cow out of bed. When he succeeds, Oswald gets on the cow's back, shouting "MILK! MILK!". He gets some milk for a baby hippopotamus. When Fanny, Oswald's girlfriend, comes over, Oswald tries to flirt with Fanny. Suddenly, a car with some dark, unidentified figures appears, and the figures steal Fanny. In an attempt to rescue her, Oswald quickly starts a streak of surreal moves, including taking the cow's neck and bending it into a C-shape so when a bullet comes, it is shot back in the direction of the dark figures
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Great Guns!
Great Guns! is a 1927 Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
cartoon produced by Walt Disney Productions. It was re-issued by Walter Lantz
Walter Lantz
Productions in 1932. It was originally released on October 17, 1927. Plot[edit] Oswald goes to war. Upon doing this, he is nearly injured and uses an elephant as a cannon. Oswald is turned into dust by one cannonball from the enemies. Using a cocktail shaker, Oswald's girlfriend shakes him in it
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Empty Socks
Empty Socks (1927) is a short animated film made by Walt Disney
Walt Disney
and Ub Iwerks that was considered a lost film until its rediscovery in Norway in 2014.Contents1 Production background 2 Rediscovery 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksProduction background[edit] The film stars Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Disney lost the rights to the Oswald character to Universal Pictures, and then reacquired the rights from Universal in 2006.[1] The film was directed by Walt Disney
Walt Disney
while working for M. J. Winkler Productions. This short is considered Disney's first Christmas-themed cartoon. Mickey's Orphans
Mickey's Orphans
(1931) is considered a remake of Empty Socks with a similar story line.[2] Rediscovery[edit] In December 2014, an almost complete copy of the film, missing about 30 seconds, was discovered in Mo i Rana, Norway
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Disney D23
D23 (full name D23: The Official Disney Fan Club) is the official fan club for The Walt Disney
Walt Disney
Company. Founded in 2009, the organization is known mainly for its biennial[3] exposition event, the D23 Expo
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Africa Before Dark
Africa Before Dark is an American animated short film featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. It was directed by Walt Disney
Walt Disney
and Ub Iwerks, and released in 1928 by The Walt Disney
Walt Disney
Studio. The film was thought to be lost before a fragment was discovered in 2009 and later a full copy was found at the Austrian Film
Film
Museum in Vienna.[1] The film was restored by Walt Disney
Walt Disney
Animation
Animation
Studios and shown at a screening on June 13, 2015, with live orchestration provided by the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.[1][2][3][4] It has now been released as a bonus item on the 2017 Bambi
Bambi
Blu-Ray release. References[edit]^ a b "The Birth of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit". Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
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Bambi
Bambi
Bambi
is a 1942 American animated film directed by David Hand (supervising a team of sequence directors), produced by Walt Disney and based on the book Bambi, a Life in the Woods
Bambi, a Life in the Woods
by Austrian author Felix Salten. The film was released by RKO Radio Pictures
RKO Radio Pictures
on August 13, 1942, and is the fifth Disney animated feature film. The main characters are Bambi, a mule deer; his parents (the Great Prince of the forest and his unnamed mother); his friends Thumper (a pink-nosed rabbit); and Flower (a skunk); and his childhood friend and future mate, Faline
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Bright Lights (1928 Film)
Bright Lights is a 1928 silent cartoon short by Walt Disney Productions featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. It is among the few short films of the series Disney worked on before leaving that same year.Contents1 Overview 2 Plot summary 3 Versions 4 Home media 5 See also 6 External linksOverview[edit] Previously in 1927, Oswald had an oval face, a chubbier waist, and pants with a single suspender. By 1928, he's given a makeover, having a rounder head, a slimmer waist, and shorts. Despite this change, the rabbit's 1927 appearance would still appear on the title cards until High Up. His shorts would be his only outfit until 1930. Plot summary[edit] A show composed of a concert, circus acts, and broadway is taking place at a theater in the city. One of the stars of the show is a lady cat dancer whom Oswald suddenly has affection for upon seeing a poster. For admission, patrons have to pay 50 cents
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Hungry Hoboes
Hungry Hoboes
Hungry Hoboes
(alternate spelling: Hungry Hobos)[1] is a silent animated short released by Universal studios in 1928. The short features Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
and Peg Leg Pete as the title characters, who hop trains in search of food. Having been lost since before World War II, the short was rediscovered in 2011 in the Huntley Film
Film
Archives,[2] and was later purchased by the Walt Disney
Walt Disney
Company for $31,250.[3] It was then restored in a year-long digital restoration. Hungry Hoboes
Hungry Hoboes
re-debuted in at the Telluride Film
Film
Festival, on September 2, 2012, as part of a special animation shorts program presented by leading film historian and restoration expert Serge Bromberg.[1] References[edit]^ a b Minovitz, Ethan (September 6, 2012). "Lost Disney Short Found, Restored and Shown"
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Tall Timber (1928 Film)
Tall Timber is a 1928 silent animated short film starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and is the 23rd in the series. In terms of production, the film was for many years the last extant Oswald cartoon directed by Walt Disney; until late 2015, when Sleigh Bells, the Oswald cartoon made after Tall Timber, was rediscovered.Contents1 Plot summary 2 Home media 3 Copyright status 4 See also 5 External linksPlot summary[edit] Oswald is canoeing down a rough river. Upon reaching his destination, which is the lake, Oswald brings out his rifle and decides to go duck hunting. The ducks, however, are quite clever, and Oswald ends up shooting a hole in his boat, thus sinking it. Fortunately, he was unintendedly brought to dry ground by a moose. While walking downhill, Oswald is chased by a boulder. His efforts to outrun the large rock are in vain as it rams him flat against a tree. In an attempt to restore his normal shape, Oswald drops a smaller rock on top of himself
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Alice's Orphan
Alice's Orphan is a 1926 short film by MJ Winkler Productions, and is part of the Alice Comedies.Contents1 Plot 2 Availability 3 References 4 External linksPlot[edit] Julius the Cat
Julius the Cat
is spending his time at the winter outdoors, ice skating on a frozen lake. Coincidentally, a female cat places a basket on an edge of the lake, and leaves. Something in the basket made a noise momentarily, and Julius heard it. He then approaches and opens the basket. To his amazement, Julius picks up and finds a lost kitten inside. Without anyone else willing to adopt, the big cat decides to take in the little feline. Julius arrives home with the orphan kitten. Alice, who has been waiting in the living room, was also amazed to see what her friend brought into the house. She then wonders what name the kitten should wear
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Sleigh Bells (film)
Sleigh Bells is an American animated short film featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. It was directed by Walt Disney
Walt Disney
and Ub Iwerks, and released in 1928 by The Walt Disney
Walt Disney
Studio. The film was thought to be lost until a print was discovered in the BFI National Archives in 2015,[3][4] the film was for two years the last extant Oswald cartoon directed by Walt Disney; until 2017, when High Up, the last Oswald cartoon made by Disney, was rediscovered.Contents1 Plot 2 History 3 Seasonal Shorts 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksPlot[edit] The film has Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
playing in an ice hockey game with surreal plot points
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