Short Film Series
- Mickey Mouse (1928–1952)
- Looney Tunes (1930–1969)
- Merrie Melodies (1931–1969)
- Popeye (1933–1957)
- The Three Stooges (1934–1959)
- Donald Duck (1936–1956)
- Pluto (1937–1951)
- Goofy (1939–1953)
- Tom and Jerry (1940–1958)
- Bugs Bunny (1940–1962)
- The Fox and the Crow (1941-1950)
- Mighty Mouse (1942–1955)
- Chip and Dale (1943–1956)
- Yosemite Sam (1945–1963)
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