Ten Classic Halloween Cartoons
I don’t really have anything against too many of the cartoons these days, but for the most part they’re pretty atrocious. Having three kids as I do I pretty much get to check out and rate the new toons that hit the channels, and for the love of God I just can’t understand how and why Japanese animators have taken the jobs away from American artists — like me for instance — and continually manage to grind out cookie-cutter crap. Oh well, I guess as long as the kids approve, right?
Anyway, I often long for and miss the good old days of cartoons from the big two: Disney and Looney Tunes. Back when Disney Channel didn’t feature countless, painful hours of Hanna Montana and Camp Crock, and Cartoon Network stuck to countless hours of Bugs Bunny. Those were the days. Well, thankfully, you can find all of these gems on DVD’s that have been released over the years, and most of them can be located on YouTube and the like. What makes these even greater is the simple fact that they’re all related in one way or another to Halloween! Oh yeah, classic tunes about the most frightening of holidays. Enjoy!
Silly Symphony (Disney) ‘The Skeleton Dance‘ – 1929
Skeleton Frolic ‘Color Rhapsodies’ – 1937
Mickey Mouse (Disney) ‘The Haunted House’ – 1929
Donald Duck (Disney) ‘Trick or Treat‘ – 1952
Mickey, Goofy, Donald (Disney) ‘Lonesome Ghosts‘ – 1937
Looney Tunes (Bugs Bunny) ‘Bewitched Bunny‘ – 1954
Merrie Melodies (Bugs Bunny) ‘Transylvania 6-5000‘ – 1963
Looney Tunes (Bugs Bunny) ‘Broomstick Bunny‘ – 1956
Broom Stick Bunny
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Looney Tunes (Porky Pig) ‘Jeepers Creepers‘ – 1939
Merrie Melodies (Porky Pig and Sylvester) ‘Scaredy Cat‘ – 1948