Best Animation Movies of 1916
Animation from the Mut and Jeff series is a bit crude in it's movement and it's wife with rolling pin humor but even now it's passably amusing.
A hungry man tries to get in an accident to collect on his insurance.
Captain Grogg's Wonderful Journey
Kapten Groggs and his companion Kalle sail to foreign shores, encountering wild animals, stormy weather, and friendly villains.
Charlie's White Elephant
A cartoon based on Charlie Chaplin's "Little Tramp", with Chaplin himself supplying some gags.
Krazy and Ignatz Discuss the Letter 'G'
The setting has Krazy doing the serving and the cooking at a diner, flipping pan-cakes as Ignatz enters to ask for "goose giblets 'n gravy." This leads Krazy to show off some of his characteristic fascination with "woids;" while proceeding to fix the meal of his "dolink," he points out how many names that begin with the letter - oh yes you guessed it - "G."
Farmer Al Falfa Sees New York
Farmer Al Falfa goes to New York, money bag in hand. He is immediately spotted by a crook who dispatches a fetching lady to shake him down. At a restaurant, she gets him drunk and lays him out with knockout drops. But what's in the bag is not what she is expecting, and she flees. The now-drunken farmer has stepped dizzily outside to acquaint himself with a lamppost when another sharper steps up and hauls him into a crooked card game. While prospects do not look good for Farmer Al Falfa, he has more tricks up his sleeve than the city slickers realize.
Bobby Bumps at the Circus
A little boy and his beloved puppy find themselves in and out of mischief.
Bobby Bumps Helps Out a Book Agent
Bobby Bumps is up to his usual mischief, trying skates to his sleeping father's shoes and then tipping off a humble book agent to ring the doorbell.
Farmer Al Falfa's Revenge
Sir Henry Bonehead is poaching Farmer Alfalfa's "game preserve", stunning animals with the scent of his pipe tobacco and shooting at what he imagines to be goats but which turn out to be Alfalfa himself. That's the standard of humor in this early Paul Terry cartoon for the Bray studio.
The Adventures of Wee Rob Roy
An animated film of the adventures of Wee Rob Roy.