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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Noveltoons
Production
company
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release date
November 26, 1943 – June 1, 1967
Running time
6–10 minutes (one reel)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish (usually)

Noveltoons is a series of cartoons produced by Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios from 1943 to the end of the studio during 1967.[1] The series was known for bringing to life characters from Harvey Comics, such as Casper the Friendly Ghost, Wendy the Good Little Witch, Herman and Katnip, Little Audrey, and Baby Huey. All shorts from Baby Huey and Little Audrey are included. It was the successor to the series Color Classics produced by Fleischer Studios. Several Noveltoons feature characters which originated in Color Classics. This series was also similar to the two series from Warner Bros., Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, in that it features several recurring characters with one general title.

In 1956, Paramount sold all of the pre-October 1950 Noveltoons (ending with Saved by the Bell) to television distributor U.M. & M. TV Corporation. Shortly afterward UM&M's assets were acquired by National Telefilm Associates. In the 1980s NTA changed its name to Republic Pictures, and after a brief period of ownership by Spelling Entertainment in 1994, was acquired by Paramount's parent company Viacom, which placed the cartoons back in Paramount's control (Republic Pictures has been renamed Melange Pictures since 2013).

Later in 1962, Paramount sold the Post-Oct 1950 to pre-March 1962 Noveltoons (beginning with Mice Meeting You and ending with T.V. or No T.V.) to Harvey Comics, which was in turn purchased by Classic Media in 2001. Classic Media was purchased by DreamWorks Animation in 2012 (and briefly renamed it DreamWorks Classics), who in 2016 was purchased by Comcast's NBCUniversal and currently distributed by Universal Pictures.

Paramount Pictures continues to own the post-March 1962 Noveltoons.

Filmography

# Title Original release date Reissue release date Direction Animation Story Scenics Characters Lyrics Narration Music Notes
1 No Mutton fer Nuttin' November 26, 1943 Dan Gordon (uncredited) Dave Tendlar
John Walworth
Carl Meyer Blackie and Wolfie Sammy Timberg First Noveltoon cartoon, only Noveltoon recorded with Western Electric Sound in Miami, Florida, and first appearances of Blackie the Lamb and Wolfie Wolf. Only cartoon directed by Dan Gordon.
2 The Henpecked Rooster February 18, 1944 Seymour Kneitel Orestes Calpini
Reuben Grossman
Jack Ward
Jack Mercer
Herman, Henry Winston Sharples First appearances of Herman, Henry, and Bertha. First cartoon directed by Seymour Kneitel. First Noveltoon cartoon with directorial credit, and first Noveltoon recorded with RCA Sound System in New York City.
3 Cilly Goose March 24, 1944 March 10, 1950 Graham Place
Abner Kneitel
Joe Stultz First Noveltoon series short where the solo character speaks.
4 Suddenly It's Spring April 28, 1944 December 2, 1949 Orestes Calpini
Otto Fever
Raggedy Ann First sequel to the 1941 Max Fleischer Color Classic cartoon, Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy (1941).
5 Yankee Doodle Donkey October 27, 1944 May 5, 1950 I. Sparber Nick Tafuri
Tom Golden
Jack Mercer
Jack Ward
Spunky Sammy Timberg Featuring Spunky, an alumnus from the Color Classics series produced by Fleischer Studios. First cartoon directed by Izzy Sparber.
6 Gabriel Churchkitten December 15, 1944 Seymour Kneitel Graham Place
Lou Zukor
George Cannata
Joe Oriolo
Robert Little Winston Sharples Based on three books by Margot Austin.
7 When G.I Johnny Comes Home February 2, 1945 Al Eugster
Otto Feuer
Jack Ward
Bill Turner
First use of the Bouncing Ball in an animated cartoon since 1938
8 Scrappily Married March 30, 1945 Graham Place
John Walworth
Carl Meyer
Jack Ward
Anton Loeb Herman, Henry
9 A Lamb in a Jam May 4, 1945 I. Sparber Dave Tendlar
John Gentillela
Joe Stultz
Carl Meyer
Blackie and Wolfie
10 A Self-Made Mongrel June 29, 1945 Dave Tendlar
John Gentillela
Carl Meyer Dog Face First appearance of Dog Face.
11 The Friendly Ghost November 16, 1945 October 1, 1954 I. Sparber Nick Tafuri
John Walworth
Tom Golden
Bill Turner
Otto Messmer
Shane Miller Casper the Friendly Ghost Frank Gallop First appearance of Casper the Friendly Ghost, and also his first short in the Noveltoons series, and the only short based on the 1939 book of the same name.
12 Cheese Burglar February 22, 1946 October 2, 1953 Jim Tyer
Ben Solomon
William Henning
Carl Meyer
Joe Stultz
Clips of the episode were featured on the 2013 Brooklyn Puppet Conspiracy reboot of The Fuzz
13 Old MacDonald Had a Farm June 7, 1946 Seymour Kneitel Orestes Calpini
Otto Feuer
Bill Turner
Otto Messmer
Robert Little A sing-a-long with the Bouncing Ball.
14 Sheep Shape June 28, 1946 I. Sparber Dave Tendlar
John Gentilella
Joe Stultz Blackie and Wolfie
15 The Goal Rush September 27, 1946 Dave Tendlar
George Germanetti
I. Klein
Jack Ward
Robert Little Ward Wilson A sing-a-long with the Bouncing Ball.
16 Spree for All October 4, 1946 Seymour Kneitel Jim Tyer
William Henning
Bill Turner
Otto Messmer
Snuffy Smith Featuring Snuffy Smith from the comic strip Barney Google and Snuffy Smith. Previously considered a lost cartoon, and currently only exists in black and white format with French subtitles. Only Noveltoon produced in Cinecolor.
17 Sudden Fried Chicken October 18, 1946 October 1, 1954 Bill Tytla Orestes Calpini
Otto Feuer
Carl Meyer
Jack Ward
Herman and Henry This cartoon appeared in Smart House. First cartoon directed by Bill Tytla.
18 The Stupidstitious Cat April 25, 1947 October 2, 1953 Seymour Kneitel Graham Place
John Walworth
Carl Meyer
Jack Ward
Anton Loeb Buzzy the Crow First appearance of Buzzy the Crow.
19 The Enchanted Square May 9, 1947 October 2, 1953 Orestes Calpini
Al Eugster
Shane Miller
Orestes Calpini
Shane Miller Raggedy Ann Second and final sequel to the 1941 Max Fleischer Color Classic cartoon, Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy (1941)
20 Madhattan Island June 27, 1947 I. Klein Robert Little Kenneth Roberts A sing-a-long with the Bouncing Ball, first Noveltoon without animation credits.
21 Much Ado About Mutton July 25, 1947 October 2, 1953 I. Sparber Dave Tendlar
Tom Golden
Joe Stultz
Carl Meyer
Anton Loeb Blackie and Wolfie Last appearance of Blackie the Lamb in the Noveltoon series. He would later appear in the Screen Song The Circus Comes to Clown.
22 The Wee Men August 8, 1947 October 2, 1953 Bill Tytla Al Eugster
Steve Muffatti
George Germanetti
Ewald Ludwig
I. Klein
Jack Ward
Robert Little Buddy Kaye
Dick Manning
23 The Mild West August 22, 1947 Seymour Kneitel Tom Johnson
George Germanetti
Bill Turner
Larry Riley
Anton Loeb A sing-a-long with the Bouncing Ball.
24 Naughty but Mice October 10, 1947 Dave Tendlar
Al Eugster
Bill Turner
Larry Riley
Robert Owen Herman
25 Santa's Surprise December 7, 1947 October 1, 1954 Myron Waldman
Wm.B. Pattengill
Larz Bourne Robert Little Little Audrey Buddy Kaye First appearance of Little Audrey and also her first short in the Noveltoon series.
26 Cat O' Nine Ails January 9, 1948 A lost cartoon.
27 Flip Flap February 13, 1948 I. Sparber Myron Waldman
Wm.B. Pattengill
Bee Lewi
Mickey Klar Marks
Joe Stultz
Larry Riley
Robert Little Ken Roberts (uncredited) Only Noveltoon produced in Polacolor.
28 We're In the Honey March 19, 1948 October 1, 1954 Bill Tytla George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
I. Klein
Jack Mercer
Anton Loeb Buddy Kaye
29 The Bored Cuckoo April 9, 1948 October 1, 1954 George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
Bunny Gough
Bill Turner
Larry Riley
Robert Connavale
30 There's Good Boos Tonight April 23, 1948 I. Sparber Myron Waldman
Morey Reden
Nick Tafuri
Bill Turner
Larry Riley
Anton Loeb Casper the Friendly Ghost Frank Gallop Second appearance of Casper in the Noveltoon series
31 The Land of the Lost May 7, 1948 Myron Waldman
Nick Tafuri
Isabel Manning Hewson (original)

Larz Bourne
Bill Turner (adaption)

Anton Loeb First of three animated shorts based on the then-popular children's fantasy adventure radio series of the same name.
32 Butterscotch and Soda June 4, 1948 October 1, 1954 Seymour Kneitel Al Eugster
Bill Hudson
Irving Spector
Larz Bourne
Bill Turner
Robert Owen Little Audrey Buddy Kaye
33 The Mite Makes Right October 15, 1948 September 30, 1955 Bill Tytla George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
I. Klein Anton Loeb
34 Hector's Hectic Life November 19, 1948 George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
Joe Stultz
Larry Riley
Robert Connavale Hector
35 The Old Shell Game December 17, 1948 September 30, 1955 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Tom Golden
Joe Stultz
Larry Riley
Robert Connavale
36 The Little Cut-Up January 21, 1949 September 30, 1955 I. Sparber Myron Waldman
George Whittier
I. Klein
M. Marks
Anton Loeb
37 Hep Cat Symphony February 4, 1949 September 30, 1955 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Marty Taras
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Tom Ford
38 The Lost Dream March 18, 1949 Bill Tytla George Germanetti
Harvey Patterson
Steve Muffatti
Bill Turner
Larz Bourne
Shane Miller Little Audrey
39 Little Red School Mouse April 15, 1949 I. Sparber Tom Johnson
John Gentilella
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Robert Connavale
40 A Haunting We Will Go May 13, 1949 Seymour Kneitel Myron Waldman
Irving Dressler
Larz Bourne Anton Loeb Casper the Friendly Ghost Frank Gallop Last appearance of Casper in the Noveltoons series, before the character was given his own series.
41 A Mutt in a Rutt May 27, 1949 I. Sparber Dave Tendlar
Tom Golden
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Robert Little Dog Face
42 Campus Capers July 1, 1949 Bill Tytla George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Robert Connavale Herman
43 Leprechaun's Gold October 14, 1949 September 30, 1955 George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
I. Klein Robert Little Sequel to The Wee Men (1947).
44 The Song of the Birds October 14, 1949 George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
Bill Turner
Larry Riley
Robert Little Little Audrey Short is a semi-remake/reused plot of the 1934 Max Fleischer Color Classic cartoon, The Song of the Birds (1934); featuring Little Audrey.
45 The Land of the Lost Jewels January 6, 1950 I. Sparber Myron Waldman
Gordon Whittier
Isabel Manning Hewson (original)

Bill Turner
Larry Riley (adaption)

Anton Loeb Second of three animated shorts based on the then-popular children's fantasy adventure radio series, Land of the Lost.
46 Quack-a-Doodle-Doo March 3, 1950 Dave Tendlar
Tom Golden
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Martin Taras
Robert Connavale Baby Huey First appearance of Baby Huey.
47 Teacher's Pest March 31, 1950 September 30, 1955 Myron Waldman
Gordon Whittier
I. Klein Tom Ford Junior
48 Tarts and Flowers May 26, 1950 September 30, 1955 Bill Tytla George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
Bill Turner
Larry Riley
Robert Little Little Audrey
49 Ups an' Downs Derby June 9, 1950 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Tom Golden
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Tom Ford Lightning
50 Pleased to Eat You July 21, 1950 September 30, 1955 I. Sparber Myron Waldman
Wm.B Pattengill
Larz Bourne Anton Loeb The Hungry Lion
51 Goofy Goofy Gander August 18, 1950 September 30, 1955 Bill Tytla George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
I. Klein Anton Loeb Little Audrey
52 Saved By the Bell September 15, 1950 September 30, 1955 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Morey Reden
Larz Bourne Tom Ford Herman Last Noveltoon in the UM&M Package.
53 The Voice of the Turkey November 3, 1950 Bill Tytla George Germanetti
Steve Muffatti
Larz Bourne Tom Ford First Noveltoon in the Harveytoon package. First appearances of Timothy the Turkey and the farmer. Final cartoon directed by Bill Tytla.
54 Mice Meeting You November 24, 1950 September 21, 1956 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Martin Taras
Jack Mercer
Carl Meyer
Herman First appearance of Katnip.
55 Sock-a-Bye Kitty December 22, 1950 September 21, 1956 Dave Tendlar
Tom Golden
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Buzzy
56 One Quack Mind January 12, 1951 September 21, 1956 I. Sparber Steve Muffati Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Baby Huey
57 Mice Paradise March 9, 1951 September 21, 1956 Dave Tendlar
Tom Golden
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Tom Ford Herman
58 Hold the Lion, Please April 13, 1951 September 28, 1956 Steve Muffatti
George Germanetti
I. Klein Robert Owen Little Audrey
59 The Land of the Lost Watches May 4, 1951 September 28, 1956 Seymour Kneitel Steve Muffatti
George Germanetti
Isabel Manning Hewson (original)

I. Klein
Larry Riley (adaption)

Tom Ford Third and final animated short based on the then-popular children's fantasy adventure radio series, Land of the Lost.
60 As The Crow Lies June 1, 1951 September 28, 1956 Dave Tendlar
Morey Reden
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Robert Owen Buzzy
61 Slip Us Some Redskin July 6, 1951 September 28, 1956 Dave Tendlar
Martin Taras
Irving Spector Tom Ford
62 Party Smarty August 3, 1951 Dave Tendlar
Morey Reden
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Robert Owen Baby Huey
63 Cat-Choo October 12, 1951 September 13, 1957 Dave Tendlar
Martin Taras
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Tom Ford Buzzy and Katnip
64 Audrey the Rainmaker October 26, 1951 September 13, 1957 I. Sparber Steve Muffatti
Bill Hudson
I. Klein Tom Ford Little Audrey
65 Cat Tamale November 9, 1951 September 13, 1957 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Tom Golden
I. Klein Robert Little Herman and Katnip
66 By Leaps and Hounds December 14, 1951 September 13, 1957 I. Sparber Tom Johnson
John Gentilella
Irving Spector Robert Connavale Herbert
67 Scout Fellow December 14, 1951 September 13, 1957 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Martin Taras
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Robert Owen Baby Huey
68 Cat Carson Rides Again April 4, 1952 September 13, 1957 Dave Tendlar
Martin Taras
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Anton Loeb Herman and Katnip Final appearance of Herman in the Noveltoon series, before he and Katnip were given their own series
69 The Awful Tooth May 2, 1952 September 13, 1957 Al Eugster
George Rufle
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Robert Owen Buzzy and Katnip
70 Law and Audrey May 23, 1952 September 13, 1957 I. Sparber Steve Muffatti I. Klein Little Audrey
71 City Kitty July 18, 1952 September 13, 1957 Al Eugster
George Germanetti
I. Klein Anton Loeb Katnip
72 Clown on the Farm August 22, 1952 September 13, 1957 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Martin Taras
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Robert Connavale Baby Huey
73 The Case of the Cockeyed Canary December 19, 1952 September 12, 1958 Steve Muffati I. Klein Little Audrey
74 Feast and Furious December 26, 1952 September 12, 1958 I. Sparber Myron Waldman
Gordon Whittier
Larz Bourne Robert Owen Finny
75 Starting from Hatch March 6, 1953 September 19, 1958 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Thomas Moore
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Anton Loeb Baby Huey
76 Winner by a Hare April 17, 1953 September 19, 1958 I. Sparber Myron Waldman
Tom Golden
Irving Spector John Zago Tommy Tortoise and Moe Hare First appearances of Tommy Tortoise and Moe Hare.
77 Better Bait Than Never June 5, 1953 September 11, 1959 Seymour Kneitel Dave Tendlar
Martin Taras
Irving Spector Jack Henegan Buzzy and Katnip
78 Surf Bored July 17, 1953 September 11, 1959 I. Sparber Steve Muffatti
Morey Reden
Larz Bourne Robert Connavale Little Audrey
79 Huey's Ducky Daddy November 20, 1953 September 11, 1959 Dave Tendlar
Tom Golden
I. Klein Anton Loeb Baby Huey
80 The Seapreme Court January 29, 1954 September 11, 1959 Seymour Kneitel Tom Golden
Morey Reden
Larz Bourne Robert Owen Little Audrey
81 Crazytown February 6, 1954 September 18, 1959 I. Sparber Al Eugster
Wm.B. Pattengil
I. Klein Robert Little
82 Hair Today Gone Tomorrow April 16, 1954 September 18, 1959 Dave Tendlar
Martin Taras
Irving Spector Joseph Dommerque Katnip Final appearance of Katnip in the Noveltoon series.
83 Candy Cabaret June 11, 1954 Dave Tendlar Martin Taras
Thomas Moore
I. Klein Robert Little A sing-a-long with the Bouncing Ball.
84 The Oily Bird July 30, 1954 September 1960 I. Sparber Myron Waldman
Gordon Whittier
Larz Bourne John Zago Inchy
85 Fido Beta Kappa October 29, 1954 September 1960 Al Eugster
George Germanetti
Irving Spector Robert Little Martin Kanine
86 No Ifs, Ands, or Butts December 17, 1954 September 1960 Dave Tendlar
Thomas Moore
Irving Spector Robert Connavale Buzzy Only appearance of Katsy in the Noveltoon series.
87 Dizzy Dishes February 4, 1955 Tom Golden
Bill Hudson
I. Klein Anton Loeb Little Audrey
88 Git Along Little Ducky March 25, 1955 Dave Tendlar Martin Taras
Thomas Moore
Larz Bourne Robert Connavale Baby Huey
89 News Hound June 10, 1955 I. Sparber Al Eugster
George Germanetti
Jack Mercer Robert Owen Snapper
90 Poop Goes the Weasel July 8, 1955 Dave Tendlar Martin Taras
Thomas Moore
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
John Zago Waxey Weasel and Wishbone
91 Rabbit Punch September 30, 1955 Bill Hudson
Thomas Moore
Larz Bourne Robert Little Tommy Tortoise and Moe Hare Final Noveltoon to feature the Jack-in-the-box opening titles and Sammy Timberg's opening fanfare.
92 Lil' Audrey Riding Hood October 14, 1955 Seymour Kneitel Tom Golden
Thomas Moore
Larz Bourne Robert Connavale Little Audrey First Noveltoon to feature the updated title design and opening fanfare.
93 Kitty Cornered December 30, 1955 Dave Tendlar Martin Taras
Thomas Moore
Larz Bourne Robert Connavale Kitty Kuddles
94 Sleuth But Sure March 23, 1956 Morey Reden
Martin Taras
I. Klein Robert Little Tommy Tortoise and Moe Hare
95 Swab the Duck May 11, 1956 Morey Reden
Martin Taras
Carl Meyer Anton Loeb Baby Huey
96 Pedro and Lorenzo July 13, 1956 Morey Reden
Martin Taras
I. Klein Robert Little
97 Sir Irving and Jeames October 19, 1956 Seymour Kneitel Al Eugster Irving Spector
98 Lion in the Roar December 21, 1956 Al Eugster Larz Bourne
99 Pest Pupil January 25, 1957 Dave Tendlar Morey Reden
George Germanetti
Carl Meyer Robert Owen Baby Huey
100 Fishing Tackler March 29, 1957 I. Sparber Tom Golden I. Klein Little Audrey
101 Mr. Money Gags June 7, 1957 Al Eugster
Wm.B Pattengill
Carl Meyer Robert Owen Tommy Tortoise and Moe Hare Final appearances of Tommy Tortoise and Moe Hare.
102 L'Amour the Merrier July 5, 1957 Seymour Kneitel Al Eugster
Dante Barbetta
Wm.B. Pattengill
Nick Tafuri
Irving Spector Hector
103 Possum Pearl September 20, 1957 Tom Johnson
Frank Endres
Jack Mercer John Zago Possum Pearl Featuring Possum Pearl, a character spun off from the Popeye the Sailor short, Hill-billing and Cooing.
104 Jumping with Toy October 4, 1957 Dave Tendlar Wm.B Pattengill Jack Mercer Robert Owen Baby Huey
105 Jolly the Clown October 25, 1957 Seymour Kneitel Al Eugster
Wm.B. Pattengill
Carl Meyer
106 Cock-a-Doodle Dino December 6, 1957 I. Sparber Tom Golden Larz Bourne
107 Dante Dreamer January 3, 1958 Al Eugster
Dante Barbetta
Jack Mercer John Zago
108 Sportickles February 14, 1958 Seymour Kneitel Al Eugster
109 Grateful Gus March 7, 1958 Dave Tendlar Nick Tafuri
Chuck Harriton
Irving Spector Final cartoon directed by Dave Tendlar.
110 Finnegan's Flea April 4, 1958 I. Sparber Tom Johnson
Wm.B. Pattengill
Irving Spector
111 Okey Dokey Donkey May 16, 1958 Al Eugster
Dante Barbetta
Jack Mercer John Zago Spunky Featuring Spunky, from the Hunky and Spunky cartoon sub-series of Max Fleischer's Color Classics
112 Chew Chew Baby August 15, 1958 Tom Johnson
Frank Endres
Irving Spector Robert Owens
113 Travelaffs August 22, 1958 Al Eugster Final cartoon directed by I. Sparber.
114 Stork Raving Mad October 3, 1958 Seymour Kneitel Nick Tafuri
Wm.B Pattengill
Carl Meyer Robert Owen
115 Dawg Gawn December 12, 1958 Tom Johnson
Nick Tafuri
Carl Meyer Robert Owen Little Audrey Last appearance of Little Audrey
119 The Animal Fair January 30, 1959 Al Eugster
John Gentilella
Tom Johnson
Wm.B. Pattengill
Larz Bourne
I. Klein
Robert Little
120 Hound About April 10, 1959 Tom Johnson
Frank Endres
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
121 Huey's Father's Day May 8, 1959 Tom Johnson
Wm.B. Pattengill
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Baby Huey Final appearance of Baby Huey.
122 Out of This Whirl November 13, 1959 Tom Johnson
Wm.B. Pattengill
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Robert Owen Final Noveltoon in the original Harveytoons package. All pre-March 1962 Paramount cartoons would be sold to Harvey in 1962.
123 Be Mice to Cats January 15, 1960 Nick Tafuri
Wm.B. Pattengill
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
124 Monkey Doodles April 1960 Nick Tafuri
Morey Reden
Irving Dressler
125 Peck Your Own Home May 1960 Tom Johnson
Jack Ehret
Irving Dressler
126 Silly Science May 1960 I. Klein
Irving Dressler
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
127 Counter Attack July 1960 Wm.B. Pattengill
Jack Ehret
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Skit and Skat A sequel to this short was produced and was entitled The Planet Mouseola (1960).
128 Turning the Fables August 1960 Irving Spector
Wm.B. Pattengill
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Mortimer Tortoise and The Hare
129 Fine Feathered Friend September 1960 Tom Johnson Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
130 The Planet Mouseola October 1960 Myron Waldman
Jack Ehret
I. Klein Skit and Skat A sequel to Counter Attack (1960)
132 Northern Mites November 1960 Nick Tafuri
Wm.B. Pattengill
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
133 Miceniks December 1960 Tom Johnson
William Henning
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
134 The Lion's Busy February 1961 Martin Taras
Al Pross
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Sir Reginald Tweedledum IV Final Noveltoon sold to Harvey Comics.
135 Hound About That April 1961 Martin Taras
Al Pross
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Harry Hound
136 Alvin's Solo Flight April 1961 Nick Tafuri
I. Klein
John Stanley Little Lulu
137 Goodie the Gremlin April 1961 Martin Taras
Jim Logan
Irving Dressler Goodie the Gremlin
138 Trick or Tree July 1961 Morey Reden
John Gentilella
Irving Dressler
139 Cape Kidnaveral August 1961 Myron Waldman Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
140 Turtle Scoop October 1961 Nick Tafuri
George Germanetti
Sam Stimson
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Mortimer Tortoise and the Hare
141 Kozmo Goes to School November 1961 Nick Tafuri
Jack Ehret
Sam Stimson
Carl Meyer
Jack Mercer
Kozmo the Space Kid
142 Good and Guilty February 1962 Morey Reden
George Germanetti
Wm.B. Pattengill
I. Klein Goody the Gremlin
143 T.V or No T.V March 1962 Irving Spector
George Germanetti
I. Klein
Ralph and Percy
144 Yule Laff October 1962 Martin Taras
George Germanetti
Jim Logan
I. Klein Goodie the Gremlin Santa Claus' second Noveltoon appearance following from Santa's Surprise (1947).
145 It's For the Birdies November 1962 Nick Tafuri
Dante Barbetta
Larry Silverman
Irving Dressler Grumble Cogwell
146 Fiddlin' Around December 1962 Nick Tafuri
John Gentilella
I. Klein
I. Klein
147 Good Snooze Tonight February 1963 Martin Taras
John Gentilella
Jim Logan
Irving Dressler
148 A Sight for Squaw Eyes March 1963 Hip Chick
149 Gramps to the Rescue September 1963 Morey Reden Jack Mercer
I. Klein
Hip Chick
150 Hobo's Holiday September 1963 Morey Reden Morey Reden Robert Little Final Bouncing Ball sing-a-long produced by Paramount Cartoon Studios, ending an on-again-off-again run that lasted nearly 40 years dating to the studio's origins as Inkwell Studios.
152 Hound for Pound October 1963 Nick Tafuri
Jim Logan
Larry Silverman
Jack Mercer
153 The Sheepish Wolf November 1963 Nick Tafuri Irv Dressler
154 Hiccup Hound November 1963 Wm.B. Pattengill Irv Dressler
Jack Mercer
Goodie the Gremlin Final appearance of Goodie the Gremlin.
155 Ollie the Owl December 1963
156 Whiz Quiz Kid February 1964 Jack Mercer
Irv Dressler
Final cartoon released in Seymour Kneitel's lifetime.
157 Laddy and his Lamp September 1964 Martin Taras Tony Peters Robert Little Laddy and the Genie Final cartoon directed by Seymour Kneitel.
158 A Tiger's Tail October 1964 Martin Taras Tony Peters Laddy and the Genie
159 Homer on the Range November 1964 Howard Post Wm.B. Pattengill Howard Post First Noveltoon directed by Howard Post.
160 The Story of George Washington February 1965 Jack Mendelsohn Al Eugster Jack Mendelsohn Jacky
161 A Leak in the Dike March 1965 Jack Mendelsohn Martin Taras Jack Mendelsohn Jacky
162 Tally-Hokum October 1965 Howard Post Martin Taras Eli Bauer Hangdog and Moxie Foxie
163 Horning In November 1965 Morey Reden Howard Post King Artie
164 Op, Pop, Wham. and Bop January 1966 Martin Taras Eli Bauer Robert Little
165 Sick Transit January 1966 Martin Taras Howard Post Final Noveltoon directed by Howard Post.
166 Space Kid February 1966 Seymour Kneitel Larry Silverman Irving Dressler Kozmo the Space Kid Final Noveltoon directed by Seymour Kneitel.
167 Geronimo & Son December 1966 Shamus Culhane Chuck Harriton
Nick Tafuri
Howard Beckerman First Noveltoon directed by Shamus Culhane.
168 The Trip April 1967 Howard Beckerman Howard Beckerman
169 Robin Hood-winked June 1967 Al Eugster
Nick Tafuri
Heywood Kling Sir Blur The very last Noveltoon ever produced after the studio closed down. Final cartoon directed by Shamus Culhane.

Home media

On January 23, 2012, Thunderbean Animation released a restored collection of public domain Noveltoons on DVD entitled Noveltoons Original Classics with the following cartoons:

  1. Cilly Goose
  2. Suddenly It's Spring
  3. Yankee Doodle Donkey
  4. Scrappily Married
  5. A Lamb in a Jam
  6. Cheese Burglar
  7. Sudden Fried Chicken
  8. The Stupidstitious Cat
  9. The Enchanted Square
  10. Much Ado About Mutton
  11. The Wee Men
  12. Naughty But Mice
  13. Flip Flap
  14. The Bored Cuckoo
  15. Leprechauns Gold
  16. Quack-a-Doodle Doo
  17. Teacher's Pest
  18. Ups an' Downs Derby
  19. Pleased to Eat You
  20. Saved by the Bell.


On October 1, 2019, Thunderbean Animation released a restored collection of public domain Noveltoons on Blu-ray entitled Noveltoons Original Classics. It included the following cartoons:

  1. Cilly Goose
  2. Suddenly It's Spring
  3. Yankee Doodle Donkey
  4. Scrappily Married
  5. A Lamb in a Jam
  6. Cheese Burglar
  7. Old MacDonald Had A Farm
  8. The Stupidstitious Cat
  9. The Enchanted Square
  10. Much Ado About Mutton
  11. Quack-a-Doodle Doo
  12. The Wee Men
  13. Naughty But Mice
  14. Flip Flap
  15. The Bored Cuckoo
  16. The Old Shell Game
  17. Teacher's Pest
  18. Ups an' Downs Derby
  19. Pleased to Eat You
  20. Saved by the Bell.

See also

Notes

References

  1. ^ Lenburg, Jeff (1999). The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons. Checkmark Books. pp. 113–114. ISBN 0-8160-3831-7. Retrieved June 6, 2020.

External links

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