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Columbia began paying Charles Mintz to produce Krazy Kat shorts under their name by 1929, and Mintz completely in-house as their own animation studio by 1934. While the studio produced many popular cartoon series, it never became the powerhouse of animated shorts that it's rivals were.

Columbia Pictures Shorts Theatrical Cartoon Series Cartoon Series:


A Color Rhapsody A Color Rhapsody   (1934-1949, 122 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

Barney Google Barney Google   (1935-1936, 4 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

Fables Fables   (1939-1942, 18 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

Flippy Flippy   (1946, 3 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

The Fox and Crow The Fox and Crow   (1943-1946, 12 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

Krazy Kat Krazy Kat   (1929-1939, 97 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

Lil' Abner Lil' Abner   (1944, 5 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

Phantasy Phantasy   (1939-1943, 56 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

Scrappy Scrappy   (1931-1937, 71 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)



Columbia Pictures Shorts Theatrical Cartoon List :


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How War Came 1941
Columbia Pictures

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The Great Cheese Mystery Picture To Cartoon The Great Cheese Mystery1941
Columbia Pictures, Screen Gems
 featuring Two Mice, Cat.

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The Dumbconscious Mind 1942
Columbia Pictures Corporation, Screen Gems

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The Vitamin G-Man 1943
Columbia Pictures Corporation, Screen Gems

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He Can't Make It Sick 1943
Columbia Pictures Corporation, Screen Gems
 featuring Adolph Hitler.

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