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AlexReynard : Now I'll have an answer for, "What's the most demented thing you've ever seen?" Thanks for uploading this in HD!

James Landon : This guy just got sent to Hell, for chasing a chicken?

baigel sdsa : Bimbo in: *Cemetery Confusion* THIS MATCH WILL GET RED HOT! NOW GO! First stage death screen: *Angry Policeman holding the chicken* "Stealing chickens? Give me a rest!" Second stage death screen: *Tombstones and Ghosts* "Brother, you made a grave mistake." Third stage death screen: *The Barn and various ghosts and faces.* "You're getting insane, now we're gonna destroy your brain." (Yes, this was a reference to Cuphead, and it was a bad one.)

harls : *creepypasta voice* I found a tape of a 1930s cartoon at a yard sale...

Matt McArbwill : "Oh how cute the Mickey Mouse style character is having a cartoon fight with a chicken" and suddenly, shit got real intense.

Nolan Fleming : These Fleischer shorts used animation to do things that wouldn't work in live action, Disney was more popular, but they never took advantage of the possibilities of animation to this extent, but they wound up being more influential so not as often do you see animation explored this much.

Alex Bird : The chicken furiously scatting at 5:44 is the most hilarious/terrifying part.

Colt Trow : Current mood: Frog who's really high and is really feeling this song right now but doesn't know the words. 7:53

Dom Foxley : Shockingly creative even by contemporary standards.

20firebird : i'm not entirely sure what i just watched but that was potentially the most beautiful cavalcade of ghosts and monsters i've ever seen.

Marsh The Mime : Crimes would happen less if this was a regular occurrence

Axolotl Hamilton : 6:47 "Brother youre sure gonna get your face lifted!" "and a permanent shave!" I dont know I love that line

A challenger who happened to approach Or something : *Y A* *N E E D E D* *I T*

creekandseminole : I came here because there is a shmup coming out called Cuphead and the creators mentioned this animated short as an inspiration. Go check that game out. It's all done in a 1930's animation style. You'll have to see it to believe it.

Carlos ernandez : I personally love this old school cartoons.

Shunya O'Flaherty : 3:36 Cuphead flower boss

oobleckboy : The ghost at 3:36 is a caricature of well-known (at the time) vaudeville Yiddish dialect comedian Monroe Silver.

Dylan Dominguez : Imagine who disturbing this would actually be if wasn't a cartoon

Austin Morrison : "Brother you sure gonna get your face lifted!(holds up a noose). And a permanent shave!(slit his throat) HAHAHAAA!" God if this was done in cartoons today people would freak out.

Win Entity : This is a very interesting peek into the minds of animation teams outside of the all-encompassing Disney shorts. The style is a bit more janky, but it has a particular surreal (perhaps almost European) flair about it that gives it some unique charm. Considering this work is from 1930, it is truly remarkable how relatively advanced and proficient this group had become so quickly. Imagine if Snow White had flopped, and Fleischer had become the gold standard for animation. That would be an interesting world indeed.

Francis Montague : Old cartoons are the fucking best. Here's one example of why.

TrunkJunky : Superb example of Golden Age cartoons. But how in the hell did you get an HD version?!?!

Marc Hendry : 2:12 Banjo Kazooie

Rami Abdalla : Have any of you people heard of Cuphead? Well, one of the developers mentioned that the flower boss did a hand motion that was a reference to this character in 3:36. Like if you came here because of Cuphead. lol

Jack O Nolan : 3:36 Cagney Carnation

Maggie Pritchard : If you didn't know it was made in the great depression please give some credit to max

Keko : 3:36 i guess thats were they got the plant boss's weird dance.

Rhino 'n Chips : 6:01 The birth of twerking


CDSonic Live : "Don't do anything I wouldn't do." It makes so much sense! Commit a crime, you're gonna get it... Even by ghosts...

Misha Lover : I wonder if 7:07 was the inspiration for the 3rd phase of the Baroness fight.

ᎷᏋᎶᏬᎷᎥ ᏂᏗᏒᏬᏦᎥ : 3:36 what cuphead fans came for

Blackdog Studios : 3:36 CUPHEAD HANS OUT HERE PLZ

KrimzonFlygon1 : 7:08 *Baroness Bon-Bon Flashbacks*

Pixeleous : 6:58 Who thought he was holding a gun

LGViesti : geez these people were really obcessed with butt-slapping, can't watch 30 secs without one

YouDoBlooper : 3:41 "Ya needed it?" That face, tho.

QuaZel : 6:02 WTF

Xavier Horn : 8:07 The first jumpscare?

BoxHead's Corner : 3:37 The plant.

alien34 : 4:30 that's clearly the inspiration of the bats the devil lets out in cuphead


Ollie Olliverio : Swing You Sinners all scenes 0:00 intro/part 0 0:40 intraducshon/page 1:chicken gabing time 1:22 page 2: walking away from the polce and walking backwards problem (intro) 1:36 page 2: walking away from the polce and walking backwards problem 2:22 part 1 grave yard/the madness bigens/the song begins (intro) 2:34 part 1 grave yard/the madness bigens/the song begins 3:50 part 2 bimbo runs away from the gave yard's mostrosaty 4:31 part 3 the singing cames back 5:02 part 4 the grave yard's houce (intro) 5:22 part 4 the grave yard's houce (intro 2) 5:28 part 4 the grave yard's houce 5:44 part 4 the grave yard's houce (break time) 5:58 part 4 the grave yard's houce (break time 2) 6:46 bonus part 1: the monstosaty talks/anoys bimbo 6:53 part 5 bimbo runs away from the gave yard's mostrosaty agen/bimbo runs away from the gave yard's mostrosaty 2 (intro) 7:09 part 5/bonus part 2 : bimbo runs away from the gave yard's mostrosaty 2/the monstosaty talks agen 7:18 part 5 bimbo runs away from the gave yard's mostrosaty agen/bimbo runs away from the gave yard's mostrosaty 2 7:38 part 6 bimbo is afraid of the dark 8:07 bonus part 3/super sort part : BOO 8:08 credits/the end/last part: the credits

Dave Mann : You will hear the E-flat Tuba played as the bass beat, by my father, Edwin G. "Zebe" Mann. Dad was the Tuba player on many of the early vitaphone cartoons from 1928 to 1932. He had to play the Tuba (and sometimes the double-bass Sarousphone) because the earlier mechanical recording equipment would vibrate too much if the double string bass was used. We had at least 50 of the old films he played on until he passed away in 1962. Unfortunately they were printed on nitrate film and when I donated them, almost all were unsalvageable due to the nitrate film disintegration. There is one film, which has been preserved by the National Archives, "Oriental Nights". He played banjo for the Paul Whiteman Orchestra which is featured in that short film. When he passed, my dad was the Principal First Bassist of the San Diego Symphony. One of his famous pupils was "Red" Callandar of jazz bass fame.

Electric Eliott : 3:36 im pretty sure that ghost inspired one of the animations for the flower boss in cuphead!

Im the Worst : Here before the game theory fans show up

Xx_Comic_xX Bookie : 3:37 WAT R THOSE!!!

HUNTER BUTKE : Oh God, Please Dont Tell me that This Cute Cartoon Character Died at the End........ :(

Gstatic : Why is there always so much spanking in Fleischer's cartoons?

optiorespb : 3:37 - That Cuphead boss!