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Alternate Series Title: Bray Pictures Corporation



Founded in December of 1914 by J. R. Bray, Bray Productions was an important early pioneer in cartoon production. The first studio to specialize in animated films, J. R. Bray gave many animators their start in the business, including Walter Lantz, Paul Terry, James "Shamus" Culhane, Clyde Geronimi and David Hand. Even Dave and Max Fleischer joined the studios ranks in 1916.

Bray Productions Theatrical Cartoons Cartoon Series:


Bobby Bumps   (1915-1919, 49 Theatrical Cartoons.)

Bray Magazine   (1922-1923, 3 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1927, 5 Theatrical Cartoons.)

Dinky Doodle   (1924-1926, 23 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1916-1920, 6 Theatrical Films.)

Farmer Al Falfa   (1916, 11 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1915-1920, 24 Theatrical Cartoons.)

Goldwyn-Bray Pictographs   (1920-1922, 127 Theatrical Cartoons.)

Goodrich Dirt   (1917-1919, 21 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1917, 18 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1922-1923, 3 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1920, 23 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1928, 1 Theatrical Cartoon.)

  (1919-1920, 9 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1916-1917, 3 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1917, 4 Theatrical Cartoons.)

Paramount Pictograph   (1913-1924, 79 Cartoons.)
Alternate Series Title: Paramount-Bray Pictographs


Pete The Pup   (1926-1929, 13 Theatrical Cartoons.)
Alternate Series Title: Hot Dog Cartoons


  (1917, 8 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1916, 6 Theatrical Cartoons.)

Police Dog   (1914-1916, 12 Theatrical Cartoons.)

Silhouette Fantasies   (1916, 6 Theatrical Cartoons.)

  (1922-1923, 6 Theatrical Cartoons.)

Unnatural History   (1925-1927, 16 Theatrical Cartoons.)
Alternate Series Title: Un-Natural History


Us Fellers   (1919-1920, 12 Theatrical Cartoons.)



Related Cartoon Series:

Out of the Inkwell
  (1921-1926, 62 Cartoons)


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