1930 in Film - Animated Short Film Series

Animated Short Film Series

  • Felix the Cat (1919-1936)
  • Aesop's Film Fables (1921–1933)
  • Krazy Kat (1925–1940)
  • Mickey Mouse (1928–1953)
    • Just Mickey
    • The Barnyard Concert
    • The Cactus Kid
    • Wild Waves
    • The Fire Fighters
    • The Shindig
    • The Chain Gang
    • The Gorilla Mystery
    • The Picnic
    • Pioneer Days
    • Minnie's Yoo-Hoo
  • Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
  • Silly Symphonies
    • Summer
    • Autumn
    • The Cannibal Capers
    • Night
    • Frolicking Fish
    • Arctic Antics
    • Midnight in a Toyshop
    • Monkey Melodies
    • Winter
    • Playful Pan
  • Screen Songs (1929–1938)
  • Talkartoons (1929–1932)
    • Dizzy Dishes (first Betty Boop cartoon)
    • Barnacle Bill (second Betty Boop cartoon)
  • Looney Tunes (1930-1969)
    • Sinkin' in the Bathtub
    • Congo Jazz
    • Hold Anything
    • The Booze Hangs High
    • Box Car Blues
  • Flip the Frog (1930-1933)
  • Terrytoons (1930-1964)
  • Toby the Pup (1930-1931)

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