The Flintstones - "Meet the Flintstones" by Joe Boyd Vigil, "Walk Around in Circles" by Soul CoughingPART 4: The Shorties
The Jetsons - "24th Century Mecha Mix" by Michael Kohler
Quick Draw McGraw - "El Kabong Rides Again" by Calexico
Atom Ant - "We Must All Get Ready Now" by Michael Kohler
Betty Boop - "Rolling" by Soul Coughing
Superfriends - "That Time is Now" by Michael Kohler
Porky Pig - "Pork Jam" by Michael Kohler
Elmer Fudd - "Wascally Wemix" by Todd Eaton
Bugs Bunny/Marvin the Martian - "Mars Forever" by Fantastic Plastic Machine
Magilla Gorilla - "Gorilla 4 Sale" by Michael Ungar
Yogi Bear - "Yogi Bear" by High School Jim
Jabberjaw - "Jabberjaw" by Pain
Josie and the Pussycats - "Music Evolution" by Michael Kohler
Powerpuff Girls - "Signal in the Sky" by The Apples in Stereo, "Go Monkey Go" by Devo, "Chemical X" by Cherish
Courage the Cowardly Dog - "Courage the Cowardly Dog" by They Might Be Giants
Ed, Edd n Eddy - "The Incredible Shrinking Day" by Stuart Hill, "My Best Friend Plank" by Steve Patrick
Dexter's Laboratory - "Secrets" by will.i.am, "Back to the Lab" by Prince Paul, "Dexter (What's His Name)" by Coolio, "Dee Dee and Dexter" by They Might Be Giants
Johnny Bravo - "Hey, Johnny Bravo" by The Reverend Horton Heat
Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks: "Harasscat"PART 5: World Premiere Toons
Pixie and Dixie sue Mr. Jinx for stalking them.
Huckleberry Hound: "Sound Hound"
An exasperated Huckleberry tries to silence a noisy soundscape collage.
Birdman: "Birdman Coffee Break"
Birdman shows Falcon-7 just how trained his companion Avenger is.
Superfriends: "Whiners Can Be Losers"
The Legion of Doom runs into a few issues at its biweekly meeting.
Johnny Quest: "Time is Running Out"
Using sound bites and music from the original series, gamepiece versions of Johnny, Hadji, Race, and Bandit fly over a gameboard outrunning their various opponents.
Hillbilly Bears: "Miss Understanding"
The Hillbilly Bears appear on a Jerry Springer-like show to air out their problems.
Quick Draw McGraw: "City E-Scape"
Quick Draw and Baba Louie, drawn as real horses, travel to New York City to wipe out crime.
Droopy: "Thanks a Latte"
Droopy, a coffeehouse barista, haunts a caffeinated businesswolf who refuses to tip.
Yogi Bear: "When Animals Nap"
Yogi and Boo-Boo try to hibernate despite the efforts of a TV crew working to get footage of a ferocious bear attack.
Wally Gator: "Alligator Liberation"
A cool 3D plastic doll-like version of Wally Gator is "liberated" from the confines of the city zoo by a group of concerned citizens.
"Help?" - Bruno BozzettoNext up, the more popular shorts -- ones that made it to two or three episodes, but didn't quite make the cut.
A cat that pricks his finger while sewing asks for help at the hospital, but the ruthless personnel there offer nothing but pain.
"Boid 'n' Woim" - C. Miles Thompson
A gangly worm hitchhikes through the California desert with a Bird that secretly wants to eat him.
"Kitchen Casanova" - John McIntyre
A first-time cook is preparing dinner for his date, but trouble arises when the wind flips the pages from his cookbook.
"Rat in a Hot Tin Can" - Jerry Reynolds, Russ Harris
A rat and his fly companion try to find a place to stay for the night during winter in the city.
"Tales of Worm Paranoia" - Eddie Fitzgerald
Johnny is a peaceful and forgiving worm until a human steps on him repeatedly. As a result, he becomes paranoid and angered at the human race, seeking revenge.
"Hillbilly Blue" - Butch Hartman
Crawdad Eustace is tired of being treated like food and goes with possum pal Mordechai on a cross-country trip to New Orleans to be "served" in royal fashion.
"Gramps" - Butch Hartman
Gramps tells his grandchildren about his battle against alien invaders, getting corrected by the children repeatedly.
"Larry and Steve" - Seth MacFarlane
Steve, a homeless dog, is adopted by dimwitted Larry (the only man that can understand what he's saying), and experiences disaster when Larry takes him shopping. A prototype of MacFarlane's later hit show, Family Guy.
"Drip Dry Drips" - Jon McClenahan
Brothers Louie and Elmo start a laundry business, expecting to earn some cash. They get a request from the president, but accidentally destroy his suit.
"No Tip" - Robert Alvarez
A delivery boy must deliver a pizza to Antarctica safe and sound and before time runs out, or he won't get a tip.
"Awfully Lucky - Robert Alvarez
A valuable yet cursed pearl brings both great luck and disaster to its hapless owner.
"Buy One, Get One Free" - Charlie Bean
A neurotic cat is afraid when a newcomer trashes his abusive owner's apartment.
"School Daze" - Robert Alvarez
A Wild West outlaw needs to finish the fourth grade, and deal with his obnoxious class rival Little Timmy.
"Lost Control" - Zac Moncrief
Two zoo animals lose their prized remote control and must travel to the waterworks to retrieve it.
"A Clean Getaway" - Meinert Hansen
Captain Buzz Cheeply and his robot sidekick Sly must escape a planet whose inhabitants have abnormally sized foreheads but tiny brains, while also finding a place to do their laundry.
"Raw Deal in Rome" - Eugene Mattos
A superpowered flea named Flick has a strange vendetta against a local performer, a dog named Shake, in an anachronistic Roman setting.
"Mr. Monkeyman" - Van Partible
Jealous King Raymond stains Jungle Boy's heroic reputation by impersonating him and causing mayhem.
"Hard Luck Duck" - William Hanna
Hard Luck Duck, after venturing away from Crocodile Harley's watch, is a hungry fox chef's next target.
"Bow-wow Buccaneers" - Mike Milo
Bloo and his fellow dogs sneak out of their owner's houses at midnight to set on a pirate adventure in the city.
"Ignoramooses" - Mike Milo
Two moose believe they're going to be adopted by a rich hunter, and wreak havoc in his mansion.
Pfish and Chip - Butch Hartman"Short Pfuse" (clip) - Pfish and Chip (a carefree shark and a short-tempered lynx) attempt to stop their foe, the Mad Bomber. The only problem is that the chief needs to take his nap and demands quiet.
"Blammo the Clown" (clip 1, 2) - The bomb squad face an evil clown, with several gag traps. They also find themselves taking care of the chief's teddy bear while he's at the circus with his mother.
Malcolm and Melvin - Ralph Bakshi"Malcolm and Melvin" - Melvin is an alienated looser, until he meets Malcolm, a trumpetist cockroach.
"Babe, He Calls Me" - Melvin's saga continues, as his partnership with Malcolm is compromised by an urban superhero's intrusion. Meanwhile, Melvin's mother aids a criminal after being unable to meet with her son.
Mina and the Count (5 episodes) - Rob Renzetti
Yuckie Duck - Patrick A. Ventura"Short Orders" (works, slow) - Yuckie Duck works as a cook and waiter in a dirty restaurant, and delivers unappealing orders to the demanding customers.
"I'm On My Way" (unavailable) - Yuckie Duck works as a paramedic, but does more harm than good to his patients.
George and Junior - Patrick A. VenturaFinally, the shorts that became pilots for successful series.
(based on the 1940s short "Henpecked Hoboes", in turn based on Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men characters)"Look Out Below" - A bird crashes a light bulb so it doesn't disturb his sleep and sits in the empty socket. Geroge and Junior, the building's janitors/engineers, are sent to fix it.
"George and Junior's Christmas Spectacular" - George and Junior are forced to deliver Santa's presents to the kids, as they fail to deliver one of Santa's letters.
Dexter's Laboratory - Genndy Tartakovsky"Changes" - Dee-Dee and Dexter battle turning each other into animals, using Dexter's latest invention.
"The Big Sister" (unavailable) - Dexter prevents giant Dee-Dee from attacking the city.
"Old Man Dexter" - Dexter uses a machine to age himself and be able to watch a late-night movie, but ends up aging far too much.
"Dimwit Dexter" - Dexter's brain shuts down after exhaustive activity, and he becomes the neighborhood's laughing stock.
Cow and Chicken - David Feiss"No Smoking" - Chicken is saved from damnation of smoking by Super Cow, who is his sister, Cow.
Johnny Bravo - Van Partible"Johnny Bravo" - Johnny Bravo tries to score with a zookeeper girl by capturing a runaway gorilla.
"Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women" - Johnny Bravo is left stranded in an island filled with beautiful tall women, and their bodyguard elephant.
The Powerpuff Girls - Craig McCracken"Meat Fuzzy Lumkins" - The Powerpuff Girls fight to stop Fuzzy Lumkins' plot to turn everything into meat.
"Crime 101" (unavailable) - The girls aid bumbling Amoeba Boys in becoming able criminals.
Courage the Cowardly Dog - John R. DilworthPART 6: SPECIAL MUSICAL BONUS!!"The Chicken From Outer Space" - A fearful dog tries to stop an alien chicken's plans to invade Earth while in his owners' farm. Oscar-nominated.
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