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     Notable Film Franchises, 1930- 1939 
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    Cartoons 
The Golden Age of Animation took off in this decade as Walt Disney and others stepped up their game.
  • The Little King (1933-1934)
  • Sentinel Louie (1933) Two shorts based on a companion strip to the Little King comics that Van Beuren adapted, released as Aesop's Fables shorts.
  • Amos' N Andy (1934): Two shorts based on the famous radio show of the day.
  • Toddle Tales (1934)
  • Parrotville Parrots (1934-1935): A 3 short gag series centered around a group of bumbling parrots, released as part of the Rainbow Parade series.
  • Molly Moo Cow (1935-1936): A 7 short pantomime series centered around a nimble, friendly bovine, who helps out whoever she can. Released under the Rainbow Parade banner.
  • The Sunshine Makers (1935)
  • Felix the Cat (Classic) (1936): A very short lived revival of the classic cartoon character as part of the Rainbow Parade series. Lasted three shorts, with a fourth one in the planning stages before Van Beuren went belly up in 1936.
  • Toonerville Trolley (1936); An adaptation of Fontaine Fox's classic comic strip, lasting three shorts, with the third being the very last cartoon released by the studio. Released as part of the Rainbow Parade series.

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