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Eveready Harton in Buried Treasure (1929)

X | | Animation, Short, Adult
Eveready Horton and his behemoth penis venture through the country in search of the penetrable.


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Eveready Horton and his behemoth penis venture through the country in search of the penetrable.

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Pecker Island See more »

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According to Disney animator Ward Kimball, this was the first pornographic animated short film. See more »


Featured in Twisted Sex Vol. 17 (1998) See more »

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Eveready Harton in Buried Treasure is one of the most ribald cartoons I've ever seen!
21 August 2009 | by tavmSee all my reviews

Wow, as discoveries go, this rare item from the late '20s is one of the weirdest that I just found on the ThadBlog. Besides the animated film in question, there are several other little clips of other animated stuff that would be pornographic today and I'm sure certainly was then since I'm sure if this had been shown in some downtown theatres of the time, they would have been closed right away! Anyway, some of the stuff shown outside of this short had Ignaz the Mouse perform some anal stuff on Krazy Kat. Beware of manholes, indeed! There was also a gag of a man and woman in the missionary position performing with the help of a sex machine. Milton Knight thinks that might have been animated by Jim Tyler. Anyway, Eveready Harton in Buried Treasure has the title character with a big...well, you know, performing various acts that have to be seen to be believed. Especially one where he literally gets a crab! According to Ward Kimball, three NY animation studios worked on three segments with none of them knowing what the end result was until it was unveiled at a hotel later on. Those three might have been the Max Fleischer one, the Van Beuren Aseop Fables Studios headed by Paul Terry, and the one that made Mutt and Jeff cartoons of the time. It's also been told that the animators that worked on this were George Stallings, George Canata, Rudy Zamora, and Walter Lantz, yes, the one that later created Andy Panda and Woody Woodpecker! Anyway, I thought the whole thing was hilarious as hell and just seeing this stuff from way before I was born just blows my mind! So on that note, I highly recommend you go to the ThadBlog to seek this one out.

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