Top 10 Forgotten Cartoons of All Time

The first to create cartoons by tracing live-action footage, Producer Max Fleischer and his brother, director Dave Fleischer, used this patented invention to revolutionize animation. Although these classic cartoons have long been overlooked, here's a second chance to experience some of the most hilarious animated antics ever caught on celluloid. Includes 'Dancing on the Moon' (1935) and 'All's Fair at the Fair' (1938) by Dave Fleischer, Tex Avery's 'Doggone Tired' (1949), Ub Iwerks' legendary 'Happy Days' (1936) and more.

Year: 2002
Genre: Cult Animation, Animation, Classic Animation
Country: USA
Director: Dave Fleischer
Duration: 78 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Cult (Classic Animation)



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