Best Family Movies of 1934
Mama's Little Pirate
The gang goes after pirate treasure they believe is hidden in a cave.
Wally (the rich kid of our gang team) brings his pet mule along with the gang back home.
Rich boy Waldo gets his clothes dirty playing football with the gang just before he has to go to his mother's society party. The gang tries to help him clean up.
Three Little Kittens
Three Kittens enjoy their day at play in the kitchen. This is known for the final two minutes involving one of the most infamous moments in early animation when they encounter a rat in the wall
Station ABC broadcasts the Toyland Revue, featuring music from baby-doll singers, a roly-poly bandleader, a jack-in-the-box crooner, a wind-up music box and more.
Mickey's trying to do some yardwork, but Pluto wants to play. They end up indoors; Mickey breaks a screen, spreads flypaper, and they both get stuck.
Those Beautiful Dames
Toys in a shop window come to life and visit a poverty-stricken little girl as she sleeps. She awakens to find that her shack has been refurbished and that the toys are about to throw her a party.
Stand Up and Cheer!
President Franklin Roosevelt appoints a theatrical producer as the new Secretary of Amusement in order to cheer up an American public still suffering through the Depression. The new secretary soon runs afoul of political lobbyists out to destroy his department.
In this early film adaptation of the classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, young Jim Hawkins is caught up with the pirate Long John Silver in search of buccaneer Captain Flint's buried treasure.
Pettin' in the Park
Another cartoon by Warner Brothers that is plugging a song from its movie, "Gold Diggers Of 1933."