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International Film Service

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Animation studio owned and run by the Hearst Corporation and International News Service. Hearst saw many of his former employees like Winsor McCay, George McManus, and Bud Fisher transition from print to motion pictures with their Hearst comic strips ("Little Nemo", The Newlyweds, and Mutt and Jeff), and Hearst wanted in on the deal.

International Film Service was based in New York.

International Film Service Studio Directories Cartoon Series:


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Abie the Agent   (1917, 2 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)
Bringing Up Father   (9 Theatrical Films.)
Happy Hooligan Happy Hooligan   (1916-1919, 40 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

Jerry On The Job   (1916-1917, 7 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)
Joys and Gloom   (1916, 11 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)
Judge Rummy   (1918-1919, 10 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)
The Katzenjammer Kids   (1916-1918, 37 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)
Krazy Kat Krazy Kat   (1916-1917, 28 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)

Little Jimmy   (1916, 1 Episode Theatrical Cartoon.)
Maud the Mule   (1916, 4 Episodes Theatrical Cartoons.)
Old Dock Gloom   (1916, 1 Episode Theatrical Cartoon.)
Phables   (1916, 6 Theatrical Films.)