Willoughby's Magic Hat (1943) - Phantasy Theatrical Cartoon Series

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Willoughby's Magic Hat

Willoughby's Magic Hat (1943) - Phantasy Theatrical Cartoon Series Willoughby's Magic Hat

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  • Phantasy Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Screen Gems
  • Distributed by: Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Cartoon Characters: Willoughby Wren, Delilah, Samson, Hercules, Robot, Damsel.
  • Directed By Bob Wickersham, Ub Iwerks.
  • Produced By Dave Fleischer.
  • Animated By Phil Duncan, Howard Swift.
  • Music: Paul Worth.
  • Originally Released on April 30, 1943.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 7:06 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Delilah knits a cap from the hair (yecch!) of Samson. She then passes it on to her other boyfriend, Hercules. Subsequently, the cap journeys through history,...  (more)

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A fascinating cartoon from one of the most forgotten cartoon studios of Hollywood's golden age. The animation is highly reminiscent of UPA's early style; the backgrounds are very flat and expressionistic. Too bad it wasn't shot in color! The...  (read more)

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