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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Lantz originally planned to make a feature-length animated film, riding off the success of Disney's ''Snow White'', which would have been based on Aladdin and would have starred Creator/AbbottAndCostello. Unfortunately, the project never got off the ground due to the lackluster performance of the Creator/FleischerStudios film ''WesternAnimation/MrBugGoesToTown''. Which ironically canceled plans for feature length films from the rivals such as [[Creator/{{Terrytoons}} Paul Terry]] and [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Warner Bros]].


* The Amazing Recovery of Inbad The Ailer (1939): An industrial film made by Lantz for the World Fair, although it is now considered lost. An 18 page booklet with stills from the film are all that is known to exist of it today.



* Maw and Paw (1953-1955): Lasted for 4 shorts.



* Inspector Willoughby (1958-1965): Lasted for 17 shorts.
* Foolish Fables (1953-1955): Lasted for 3 shorts.



* "WesternAnimation/{{Shhhhhh}}" (1955): One-shot cartoon best remembered as Creator/TexAvery's last theatrical short.

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* Foolish Fables (1953-1955): Lasted for 3 shorts.
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"WesternAnimation/{{Shhhhhh}}" (1955): One-shot cartoon best Best remembered as Creator/TexAvery's last theatrical short.



* Maw and Paw (1953-1955): Lasted for 4 shorts.



* The Amazing Recovery of Inbad The Ailer (1939): An industrial film made by Lantz for the World Fair, although it is now considered lost. An 18 page booklet with stills from the film are all that is known to exist of it today.

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* The Amazing Recovery of Inbad The Ailer (1939): An industrial film made by Lantz Inspector Willoughby (1958-1965): Lasted for the World Fair, although it is now considered lost. An 18 page booklet with stills from the film are all that is known to exist of it today.17 shorts.


* The Enemy Bacteria (1945): An instructional film made for the military.
* Reddy Made Magic (1946): An educational film featuring the Alabama Power Company character Reddy Kilowatt.



* Cola-Cola Ads (1948-1953): Over the course of several years, Lantz cranked out 19 ads for the classic soft drink.



* "WesternAnimation/{{Shhhhhh}} (1955): One-shot cartoon best remembered as Creator/TexAvery's last theatrical short.

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* "WesternAnimation/{{Shhhhhh}} "WesternAnimation/CrazyMixedUpPup" (1955): One-shot cartoon directed by Creator/TexAvery
* "WesternAnimation/{{Shhhhhh}}"
(1955): One-shot cartoon best remembered as Creator/TexAvery's last theatrical short.



* Cola-Cola Ads (1948-1953): Over the course of several years, Lantz cranked out 19 ads for the classic soft drink.



* The Enemy Bacteria (1945): An instructional film made for the military.
* Reddy Made Magic (1946): An educational film featuring the Alabama Power Company character Reddy Kilowatt.


* Nertsury Rhyme: 2 theatrical shorts from 1939.

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* Nertsury Rhyme: 2 theatrical shorts from 1939.Boy Meets Dog (1938): A oneshot toothpaste ad (no kidding) based on the "Reg'lar Fellers" comic strip.



* Nertsury Rhyme: 2 theatrical shorts from 1939.



* The Beary Family (1962-1972): Lasted for 28 shorts.



* Boy Meets Dog (1938): A oneshot toothpaste ad (no kidding) based on the "Reg'lar Fellers" comic strip.


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* The Beary Family (1962-1972): Lasted for 28 shorts.


* Lil' Eightball: A blackface character that was one of several attempts to give Lantz a new star. Only lasted for 3 shorts in 1939.



* Homer Pigeon (1942-1956): A character that popped up in three shorts.



* "WesternAnimation/{{Shhhhhh}} (1955): One-shot cartoon best remembered as Creator/TexAvery's last theatrical short.



* Homer Pigeon (1942-1956): A character that popped up in three shorts.
* Lil' Eightball: A blackface character that was one of several attempts to give Lantz a new star. Only lasted for 3 shorts in 1939.

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** "WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfRockabyePoint" (1955): Oscar nominee.

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** "WesternAnimation/MusicalMomentsFromChopin" (1947): Co-starred Andy Panda. Oscar nominee.

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** "WesternAnimation/ThePoetAndPeasant" (1945): Oscar nominee.


* WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker (1941-1972): Lantz's most famous character. He lasted for an impressive 195 cartoons.

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* WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker (1941-1972): (1940-1972): Lantz's most famous character. He lasted for an impressive 195 cartoons.cartoons.
** "WesternAnimation/{{Knock Knock|1940}}" (1940): Woody's debut, in an Andy Panda cartoon.
** "WesternAnimation/TheCrackedNut" (1941)


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** "WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville" (1944)

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** "WesternAnimation/FishFry" (1944): Oscar nominee.

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