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Since 1929, Warner Brothers have produced outstanding theatrical and (later) television cartoon shorts. Although their output has declined since the golden era of animation, they have produced enough quality shorts to satisfy any audience.
Presented here is the complete Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes cartoon shorts in order of release. Feature films and television specials (not shorts) have been excluded from this list.
This list includes all Silly Symphonies, Looney Tunes, Merry Melodies, Tex Avery, Chuck Jones, Fleischer, Walt Disney, Popeye, Tom & Jerry, Felix the Cat, Betty Boop, Woody Woodpecker and UPA cartoons on iCheckmovies Top lists, in chronological order.
This list contains every movie in The Animated Movie Guide by Jerry Beck not including some of the Appendix titles at the end of the book.
This list contains nearly every animated feature film to be released in the United States since 1926 up to 2004.
"United Productions of America, better known as UPA, was an American animation studio of the 1940s through present day, beginning with industrial films and World War II training films.
UPA Pictures' legacy in the history of animation has largely been overshadowed by the commercial success of the vast cartoon libraries of Warner Brothers and Disney. Nonetheless, UPA had a significant impact on animation style, content, and technique, and its innovations were recognized and adopted by the other major animation studios and independent filmmakers all over the world. UPA pioneered the technique of limited animation, and though this style of animation came to be widely abused during the 1960s and 1970s as a cost-cutting measure, it was originally intended as a stylistic alternative to the growing trend (particularly at Disney) of recreating cinematic realism in animated films."
The Fleischer & Famous Superman cartoons are a series of seventeen animated Technicolor short films released by Paramount Pictures and based upon the comic book character Superman.
The pilot and first eight shorts were produced by Fleischer Studios from 1941 to 1942, while the final eight were produced by Famous Studios, a successor company to Fleischer Studios, from 1942 to 1943. Superman was the final animated series initiated under Fleischer Studios, before Famous Studios officially took over production in May 1942.
All of the films are in the public domain.