List of One-shot Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animated Shorts
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List of One-shot Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animated Shorts

This is a list of theatrical animated cartoon shorts distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer which were not part of any other series such as Tom and Jerry, Droopy, Barney Bear, Screwy Squirrel, George and Junior, Spike and Tyke, Spike or Happy Harmonies.[1] All the cartoons were produced in Technicolor.

1930s

# Title Directed by Release Date
1 An Optical Poem Oskar Fischinger February 12, 1938
2 The Little Goldfish Blue ribbon Rudolf Ising April 15, 1939
2 Art Gallery Hugh Harman May 13, 1939
3 The Bookworm Friz Freleng (uncredited) August 26, 1939
4 One Mother's Family Rudolf Ising September 30, 1939
5 The Blue Danube Blue ribbon Hugh Harman October 28, 1939
6 Peace on Earth Hugh Harman December 9, 1939
7 The Mad Maestro Friz Freleng (uncredited) December 30, 1939

1940s

Title card from Gallopin' Gals
# Title Directed by Release Date
1 Home on the Range Rudolf Ising March 23, 1940
2 Swing Social William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
(all uncredited)
May 18, 1940
3 Tom Turkey & His Harmonica Humdingers Hugh Harman June 8, 1940
4 The Milky Way Blue ribbon Hugh Harman June 22, 1940
5 The Bookworm Turns Friz Freleng July 20, 1940
6 Romeo in Rhythm Rudolf Ising August 10, 1940
7 The Homeless Flea Rudolf Ising October 12, 1940
8 Gallopin' Gals Blue ribbon William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
October 26, 1940
9 The Lonesome Stranger Hugh Harman November 23, 1940
10 Mrs. Ladybug Rudolf Ising December 21, 1940
11 Abdul the Bulbul Ameer Rudolf Ising February 22, 1941
12 The Little Mole Hugh Harman April 5, 1941
13 The Goose Goes South William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
April 26, 1941
14 Dance of the Weed Jerry Brewer June 7, 1941
15 The Alley Cat Hugh Harman July 5, 1941
16 Little Cesario Robert Allen (uncredited) August 30, 1941
17 Officer Pooch William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
September 6, 1941
18 The Field Mouse Hugh Harman December 27, 1941
19 The Hungry Wolf Hugh Harman February 21, 1942
20 The First Swallow Jerry Brewer March 14, 1942
21 Little Gravel Voice Rudolf Ising May 16, 1942
22 Bats in the Belfry Jerry Brewer July 4, 1942
23 Blitz Wolf Tex Avery August 22, 1942
24 The Early Bird Dood It! Blue ribbon Tex Avery August 29, 1942
25 Chips Off the Old Block Robert Allen September 12, 1942
26 The Boy and the Wolf Rudolf Ising April 24, 1943
27 Who Killed Who? Tex Avery June 19, 1943
28 One Ham's Family Tex Avery August 14, 1943
29 War Dogs William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
October 9, 1943
30 The Stork's Holiday George Gordon October 23, 1943
31 What's Buzzin' Buzzard? Tex Avery November 27, 1943
32 Batty Baseball Tex Avery April 22, 1944
33 Jerky Turkey Tex Avery April 7, 1945
34 The Hick Chick Tex Avery June 15, 1946
35 Uncle Tom's Cabaña Blue ribbon Tex Avery July 19, 1947
35 Slap Happy Lion Blue ribbon Tex Avery September 20, 1947
36 King-Size Canary Blue ribbon Tex Avery December 6, 1947
37 What Price Fleadom? Blue ribbon Tex Avery March 20, 1948
38 Little 'Tinker Blue ribbon Tex Avery June 15, 1948
39 Lucky Ducky Blue ribbon Tex Avery October 9, 1948
40 The Cat That Hated People Blue ribbon Tex Avery November 20, 1948
41 Bad Luck Blackie Blue ribbon Tex Avery January 22, 1949
42 The House of Tomorrow Blue ribbon Tex Avery June 11, 1949
43 Doggone Tired Blue ribbon Tex Avery July 30, 1949

1950s

# Title Directed by Release Date
1 The Cuckoo Clock Blue ribbon Tex Avery June 10, 1950
2 The Peachy Cobbler Blue ribbon Tex Avery December 9, 1950
3 Symphony in Slang Blue ribbon Tex Avery June 6, 1951
4 Car of Tomorrow Tex Avery September 22, 1951
5 Inside Cackle Corners Tex Avery October 27, 1951
6 Fresh Laid Plans Tex Avery December 22, 1951
7 One Cab's Family Tex Avery May 15, 1952
8 Little Johnny Jet Tex Avery April 18, 1953
9 The T.V. of Tomorrow Tex Avery June 6, 1953
10 Billy Boy Tex Avery May 8, 1954
11 The Farm of Tomorrow Tex Avery September 18, 1954
12 The Flea Circus Tex Avery November 6, 1954
13 Field and Scream Tex Avery April 9, 1955
14 The First Bad Man Tex Avery September 30, 1955
15 Good Will to Men William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
December 23, 1955
16 Cat's Meow Tex Avery January 25, 1957

1960s

# Title Directed by Release Date
1 The Dot and the Line Chuck Jones December 31, 1965
2 The Bear that Wasn't Chuck Jones December 31, 1967

References

  1. ^ Maltin, Leonard, Of Mice and Magic:History of American Animated cartoons 1980

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