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The Smart Set-Up
A womanizing night club singer who has his pick of many beautiful showgirls tries to climb socially and break into society but soon discovers the social and class differences are insurmountable.
Mr. Bang bets the Skipper ten dollars he can't get the trolley to arrive at the train station on time.
The Tangled Angler
A pelican fisherman tangles with a wise-cracking fish.
The Million Dollar Cat
Tom inherits $1,000,000 from an eccentric aunt on the condition that he not harm any living thing - even a mouse. And guess which mouse keeps following him around and pointing this out to him?
The Mouse Comes to Dinner
Tom invites Toots to an elegant dinner. However, he's made the mistake of trying to put Jerry to work...
Uncle Tom's Cabaña
Uncle Tom tells the blood curdling story of how the evil Simon Legree tried to foreclose on Tom's simple log cabin.
I'm a Monkey's Uncle
Set in the stone age, the stooges are cavemen who must have various misadventures hunting, gathering...
All in a Nutshell
Donald has a walnut-shaped shop where he makes nut butters. When his supply runs out, he taps the tree where Chip and Dale have been storing nuts...
The New Neighbor
As the new neighbor on the block, Donald Duck tries to be courteous to the inconsiderate slob living next door; but eventually a feud erupts, and the television news covers it like a sporting event.
|10||Voi - syntipukkiko? (1957 documentary short)|
|11||Maito (1983 documentary short)|
|12||Korolevskiy buterbrod (1985 short)||6.8/10||58|
|13||Indulgence (1996 short)||8.4/10||18|
|14||Hair on West Texas (2006 short)|
|15||Guns and Butter (2008 short)|
|16||The Kryptic Katzeffs (2008 short)|
|17||A Butter Finger Wedding (2009 short)|
|18||Orson Welles's the Other Side of the Wind: A Film by Orson Welles (2011 short)|
|19||Bake a Cake (2012 short)|
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