I’ll Be Glad when You’re Dead You Rascal, You – 1930’s

Max Fleischer paired Betty Boop with viper man Louis Armstrong in the mid 1930’s. In it Fleischer mixes jazz, live action,

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Betty Boop and the Little King – 1936

Is it any wonder that the first alternative comic book artists like R. Crumb and Kim Deitch give immense credit

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Animation: What Makes Us Tick – 1952

An animated, idealized illustration of how the stock market works, produced lovingly by the New York Stock Exchange in 1952.

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Trailer: Bug-o-rama – 1950’s

This is a humorous gag trailer for a horror movie night that a local US theater ran in the 1950’s,

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American Gothic Cornflakes – 1960’s

Amazing to think that professional people got paid to cook up masterpieces such as Gothic American Cornflakes. But are times

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Drive-In Movie Advertisement – 1950’s

Smoke. Talk. Relax. In your own car. There’s always is a Good Show the Drive-in.     Please support Weirdo Video

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So They Tell Me – 1919

So They Tell Me, circa 1919, skewers the top headlines of its day, the World War I era. Crude animation

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