Posts Tagged ‘theatrical cartoons’

Wolf! Wolf!

August 1, 2020

“Wolf! Wolf!” a 1944 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Mighty Mouse, directed by Mannie Davis, with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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The Champion of Justice

July 25, 2020

“The Champion of Justice, ” a 1944 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Mighty Mouse, directed by Mannie Davis with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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The Wreck of the Hesperus

July 18, 2020

“The Wreck of the Hesperus,” a 1944 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Mighty Mouse, directed by Mannie Davis, with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison. Based on a poem by Longfellow. This is the first cartoon to rename Super Mouse as Mighty Mouse.

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The Lion and the Mouse

July 11, 2020

“The Lion and the Mouse,” a 1943 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Mannie Davis with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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Down With Cats

June 27, 2020

“Down With Cats,” a 1943 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Connie Rasinski, with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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Super Mouse Rides Again

June 20, 2020

“Super Mouse Rides Again, ” a 1943 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Mannie Davis, with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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He Dood It Again

June 13, 2020

“He Dood It Again,” a 1943 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Eddie Donnelly, with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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Pandora’s Box

June 6, 2020

“Pandora’s Box,” a 1943 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Connie Rasinski with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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Frankenstein’s Cat

May 30, 2020

“Frankenstein’s Cat,” a 1942 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Mannie Davis, with music by Philip A. Scheib.

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The Mouse of Tomorrow

May 23, 2020

“The Mouse of Tomorrow,” a 1942 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Eddie Donnelly (also one of the animators). Written by John Foster and Isadore Klein, with music by Philip A. Scheib and narration by Tom Morrison.

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