List of Cartoons Featuring Hollywood Celebrities

List Of Cartoons Featuring Hollywood Celebrities

The following is a list of animated cartoons featuring Hollywood celebrities, arranged in chronological order. The list may be incomplete:

Cartoon Episode title Premiere date Main Crew Celebrities portrayed
Felix the Cat Felix in Hollywood 15 July 1923
  • Otto Messmer (director, story)
  • Pat Sullivan (story)
  • Gloria Swanson
  • Ben Turpin
  • John Barrymore
  • Will Hays
  • Charlie Chaplin as The Tramp
  • Douglas Fairbanks
  • William S. Hart
  • Cecil B. DeMille
Silly Symphonies The Bird Store 16 January 1932
  • Wilfred Jackson (director)
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Hot for Hollywood 19 May 1930
  • Walter Lantz (director)
  • Al Jolson
  • Charlie Chaplin as The Tramp
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit My Pal Paul 20 June 1930
  • Walter Lantz (director)
  • Paul Whiteman
Krazy Kat Seeing Stars 12 September 1932
  • Ben Harrison (director)
  • Manny Gould (director)
  • Laurel and Hardy
  • The Marx Brothers
  • Ben Turpin
  • Jimmy Durante
  • Marie Dressler
Mickey Mouse Parade of the Award Nominees 18 November 1932
  • Wallace Beery as Andy "Champ" Purcell
  • Jackie Cooper as Dink
  • Fredric March as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  • Alfred Lunt as The Actor
  • Lynn Fontanne as The Actress
  • Helen Hayes as Madelon Claudet
  • Marie Dressler as Emma Thatcher Smith
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Gala Premiere 1 July 1933
  • Burt Gillett (director)
  • Frank Churchill (music)
  • Ben Sharpsteen (animation supervisor)
  • Dick Lundy
  • Art Babbitt
  • Fred Moore
  • Cy Young
  • Joe Grant
  • Ed Love
  • Hardie Gramatky
  • Leonard Sebring (animation)
  • Eddie Cantor
  • Jimmy Durante
  • George Arliss
  • Groucho Marx
  • Chico Marx
  • Zeppo Marx
  • Harpo Marx
  • Harold Lloyd
  • Clark Gable
  • Edward G. Robinson
  • Adolphe Menjou
  • Sid Grauman
  • Bert Wheeler
  • Robert Woolsey
  • Buster Keaton
  • Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula
  • Fredric March as Mr. Hyde
  • Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's monster
  • Joe E. Brown
  • Ben Turpin
  • Ford Sterling
  • Mack Swain
  • Harry Langdon
  • Billy Bevan
  • Charlie Chaplin
  • Mae West
  • Will Hays
  • William Powell
  • Greta Garbo
  • Ed Wynn
  • Douglas Fairbanks
  • Will Rogers
  • Maurice Chevalier
  • Wallace Beery
  • Marie Dressler
  • Lionel Barrymore as Rasputin
  • John Barrymore as Prince Paul Chegodieff
  • Ethel Barrymore as Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna Romanov
  • Stan Laurel
  • Oliver Hardy
  • Bette Davis
  • Joan Crawford
  • Janet Gaynor
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit The Merry Old Soul 11 November 1933
  • Walter Lantz (director)
  • Bill Nolan (director)
  • Charlie Chaplin
  • Greta Garbo
  • Ed Wynn
  • Stan Laurel
  • Oliver Hardy
  • Joe E. Brown
  • Will Rogers
  • Paul Whiteman
  • Roscoe Ates
  • Edna May Oliver
  • W.C. Fields
  • Al Jolson
  • Mae West
  • Jimmy Durante
  • Harold Lloyd
  • Zasu Pitts
  • Marx Brothers
Betty Boop Poor Cinderella 3 August 1934
  • Dave Fleischer (director)
  • Murray Mencher
  • Jack Scholl
  • Charles Tobias (music)
  • Mae Questel (voice)
  • Seymour Kneitel
  • Roland Crandall
  • William Henning (animation)
  • Rudy Vallee
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Toyland Premiere 10 December 1934
  • Walter Lantz (director)
  • Bing Crosby
  • Eddie Cantor
  • Stan Laurel
  • Oliver Hardy
  • Shirley Temple
  • Johnny Weissmuller
  • Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's monster
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Polo Team 4 January 1936
  • Dave Hand (director)
  • Art Babbitt
  • Johnny Cannon
  • Grim Natwick
  • Bill Roberts
  • Dick Huemer
  • Paul Hopkins (animation)
  • Jack Holt
  • Stan Laurel
  • Oliver Hardy
  • Harpo Marx
  • Charlie Chaplin as The Tramp
  • Shirley Temple
  • Charles Laughton
  • Eddie Cantor
  • W. C. Fields
  • Harold Lloyd
  • Greta Garbo
  • Edna May Oliver
  • Clark Gable
Silly Symphonies Mother Goose Goes Hollywood 23 December 1938
  • Wilfred Jackson (director)
  • Edward H. Plumb (music)
  • Ward Kimball
  • T. Hee
  • Grim Natwick (animation)
  • Marc Davis (animation assistant)
  • Philip Dike (backgrounds)
  • Katharine Hepburn as Little Bo Peep
  • Hugh Herbert as Old King Cole
  • The Marx Brothers as the Fiddlers Three
  • Ned Sparks as The Jester
  • Joe Penner
  • Charles Laughton as Captain Bligh
  • Spencer Tracy as Manuel
  • Freddie Bartholomew as Harvey Cheyne Jr.
  • W.C. Fields as Humpty-Dumpty
  • Charlie McCarthy
  • Stan Laurel as Simple Simon
  • Oliver Hardy as The Pieman
  • Greta Garbo as See Saw Margery Daw
  • Eddie Cantor as Little Jack Horner
  • Cab Calloway and his Band as the Four and Twenty Blackbirds
  • Wallace Beery as Little Boy Blue
  • Fats Waller
  • Edna May Oliver
  • Joan Blondell
  • ZaSu Pitts
  • Clark Gable
  • George Arliss
  • Fred Astaire
  • Stepin Fetchit
  • Martha Raye
  • Joe E. Brown
Donald Duck The Autograph Hound 1 September 1939
  • Jack King (director)
  • Harry Reeves (writer)
  • Oliver Wallace (music)
  • Larry Clemmons
  • John Elliotte
  • Ward Kimball
  • Ed Love (animation)
  • Greta Garbo
  • Mickey Rooney
  • Henry Armetta
  • Sonja Henie
  • The Ritz Brothers
  • Shirley Temple
  • Clark Gable
  • Charlie McCarthy
  • Stepin Fetchit
  • Roland Young
  • Joe E. Brown
  • Martha Raye
  • Hugh Herbert
  • Irvin S. Cobb
  • Edward Arnold
  • Katharine Hepburn
  • Eddie Cantor
  • Slim Summerville
  • Lionel Barrymore as Dr. Gillespie
  • Bette Davis as Julie Marsden
  • Groucho Marx
  • Harpo Marx
  • Mischa Auer
  • Joan Crawford
  • Charles Boyer as Napoleon Bonaparte
Merrie Melodies Hollywood Steps Out 24 May 1941
  • Tex Avery (director)
  • Melvin Millar (writer)
  • Carl W. Stalling (music)
  • Rod Scribner (animation)
  • Claudette Colbert
  • Don Ameche
  • Cary Grant
  • Greta Garbo
  • Edward G. Robinson
  • Ann Sheridan
  • Henry Binder
  • Leon Schlesinger
  • Bette Davis (only mentioned)
  • Kate Smith (only mentioned)
  • Johnny Weissmuller
  • Sally Rand
  • James Cagney
  • Humphrey Bogart
  • George Raft
  • Harpo Marx
  • Clark Gable
  • Bing Crosby
  • Leopold Stokowski
  • Dorothy Lamour
  • James Stewart
  • Tyrone Power
  • Sonja Henie
  • The Three Stooges
  • Oliver Hardy
  • Cesar Romero
  • Rita Hayworth
  • Mickey Rooney
  • Judy Garland
  • Lewis Stone
  • Kay Kyser
  • William Powell
  • Spencer Tracy
  • Douglas Fairbanks
  • Errol Flynn
  • Wallace Beery
  • Aubrey Smith
  • Peter Lorre
  • Henry Fonda
  • J. Edgar Hoover
  • Boris Karloff
  • Arthur Treacher
  • Buster Keaton
  • Mischa Auer
  • Ned Sparks
  • Jerry Colonna
  • Groucho Marx
Merrie Melodies Hollywood Daffy 22 June 1946
  • Friz Freleng (director)
  • Michael Maltese (writer)
  • Carl Stalling (music)
  • Mel Blanc (voice)
  • Ken Champin
  • Virgil Ross
  • Gerry Chiniquy
  • Manuel Perez (animation)
  • Hawley Pratt (layouts)
  • Paul Julian (backgrounds)
  • Bette Davis
  • Johnny Weismuller
  • Jimmy Durante
  • Jack Benny (?)
  • Charlie Chaplin as The Tramp (referred to)
  • Bing Crosby (referred to)
Merrie Melodies Slick Hare 1 November 1947
  • Friz Freleng (director)
  • Ted Pierce
  • Michael Maltese (writer)
  • Carl Stalling (music)
  • Mel Blanc
  • Dave Barry
  • Arthur Q. Bryan (voice)
  • Virgil Ross
  • Gerry Chiniquy
  • Manuel Perez
  • Ken Champin (animation)
  • Hawley Pratt (layouts)
  • Paul Julian (backgrounds)
  • Leopold Stokowski
  • Gregory Peck
  • Frank Sinatra
  • Ray Milland
  • Humphrey Bogart
  • Lauren Bacall
  • Groucho Marx (referred to)
  • Harpo Marx
  • Chico Marx
  • Sydney Greenstreet
  • Carmen Miranda
Merrie Melodies 8 Ball Bunny 8 July 1950
  • Charles M. Jones (director)
  • Michael Maltese (writer)
  • Carl Stalling (music)
  • Mel Blanc
  • Dave Barry
  • John T. Smith (voice)
  • Phil Monroe
  • Ben Washam
  • Lloyd Vaughan
  • Ken Harris
  • Emery Hawkins (animation)
  • Peter Alvarado (layouts, backgrounds)
  • Humphrey Bogart as Fred C. Dobbs
Merrie Melodies Wideo Wabbit 27 October 1956
  • Robert McKimson (director)
  • Tedd Pierce (writer)
  • Carl Stalling (music)
  • Mel Blanc
  • Arthur Q. Bryan
  • Daws Butler (voice)
  • Ted Bonnicksen
  • Keith Darling
  • Russ Dyson
  • George Grandpr√© (animation)
  • Robert Gribbroek (layouts)
  • Richard H. Thomas (backgrounds)
  • Groucho Marx (referred to)
  • Liberace (referred to)
  • Art Carney as Ed Norton (referred to)
Chicken Boo The Good, the Boo and the Ugly 26 October 1993
  • Peter Bonerz
  • Charles Visser (directors)
  • Steven Bernstein
  • Carl Johnson
  • Richard Stone (music)
  • Maurice LaMarche
  • Jeff Bennett (voice)
  • Lee Van Cleef as Angel Eyes
  • Eli Wallach as Tuco
Chicken Boo General Boo-Regard 1993
  • Alfred Gimeno
  • Rusty Mills (directors)
  • Steven Bernstein
  • Carl Johnson
  • Richard Stone (music)
  • Frank Welker
  • Jeff Bennett (voice)
  • Clark Gable
Chicken Boo The Chicken Who Loved Me 1994?
  • Dave Marshall
  • Jon McClenahan (directors)
  • Steven Bernstein
  • Carl Johnson
  • Richard Stone (music)
  • Frank Welker
  • Jess Harnell
  • Tress MacNeille (voice)
  • Bernard Lee as M
  • Joseph Wiseman as Dr. No
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
Futurama (many) 1999

Futurama has incorporated the bottled heads of many current celebrities, including

  • Richard M. Nixon
  • Leonard Nimoy

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