A favorite plot at the studio: a character running around the house being terrorized mostly by his own imagination. A sure-fire setup for freak-out animation by Jim Tyer, Carlo Vinci, Conrad "Connie" Rasinski (the director, after whose dog "Pago" was named) and Paul Sommer.
Heckle and Jeckle run a dilapidated old scow that they pass off a sport fishing boat to unsuspecting Dimwit. When things start falling apart, The dopey dog chases the merry birds around the tub until it sinks.
A Terrytoons cartoon released 7 January 1944.
A Terrytoons cartoon released 22 July 1951.
Papa Bear is off for a relaxing day of fishing at the lake, but he is followed by his little cubs, who proceed to make his day miserable. They catch more fish than he does and use unconventional ways to do it, and they are also responsible for him getting dunked in the water several times.
Papa Bear wants to spend his paycheck on something foolish, but the Cubs think he should purchase some interest-paying defense bonds. Disregarding their advice, he buys a mechanical robot to do all the housework. But robots have a high-maintenance cost, and this one has an attitude as it multiplies itself when Papa Bear tries to destroy it.
The Terry Bears tries to enter a photo contest.
A moral story of being good to the little creatures with the Terry Bears.
The Terry Bears find a dog and want to enter him in a dog show. Only thing they have to do is give the dog a bath....
Heckle and Jeckle, the talking magpies, are in need of upgraded-housing and decide to help themselves to the logs and lumber laying unused in Big Pierre's lumber yard. Big Pierre thinks this a bit high-handed on the part of the two birds, and his objections leads to several battles and mêlées, which leads to a big explosion which causes the logs to fall and form a house. But the house collapses, and Heckle and Jeckle shrug it off and depart the premises.
After watching a television commercial, Papa Bear decides to take up gardening but has more than his share of problems. The little bears give him a bag of 'speedy-grow' in stead of weed-killer, and the weeds thrive and take over his garden. Worms are feasting on his tomato crop, and the anti-worm spray he uses engulfs him rather than the vines. Papa Bear, worn-out, in pain and bandaged, is in his easy-chair when the same commercial, that earlier had inspired him, comes on again, and the angry bear rips open the television set and throttles the announcer.
Papa Bear gets extremely tired of his oversized dog Pago causing problems- so much that he is ready to execute him. Of course, he becomes soft-hearted and lets the dog go, only to be treated to another more frustrating experiences as a result of the antics of Pago and his three cubs.
Heckle and Jeckle, the talking Magpies, are running rampant and causing much havoc in a supermarket mush to the dismay of the proprietor. Seveal wild chase ensue, with the store owner on the short end of most of them, until all three are caught inside of a giant soap bubble and carried skyward. The bubble bursts, and H & J are returned to the cartoonist's inkwell.
Papa Bear, his cubs and the Hound Dog go duck hunting and, as usual, the experts (Papa and the dog) have nothing but misadventures, while the amateur hunters bag all the ducks. When Papa returns home, empty-handed, angry and frustrated, he throws the ammunition into the fireplace, followed by a barrage of bullets firing upward through the chimney and bringing down a flock of ducks that were flying overhead.
In Arabia, a feline bandit kidnaps Aladdin's beautiful daughter. Mighty Mouse saves the day in this operetta parody.
A Paul Terry Terrytoon cartoon (production number 5109) in which Gandy Goose gets spring fever (the only mention of the word "spring" in this seven-minute cartoon) and runs away from home, and promptly runs into a fox, proprietor of a roadside diner, who wishes to offer goose-fricassee on his menu. Gandy's goose is about to be cooked, until he develops a sneezing-fit and sneezes his way back home. This cartoon has nothing do do with some MTK3 short with the same title.
Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse is a children's cartoon television show that was produced by Trans-Artists Productions and syndicated by Tele Features Inc. in 1960. The characters were created by Bob Kane as a parody of his earlier works Batman and Robin and in many ways predict the more campy aspects of the later live action series. This series and characters are trademarked and copyrighted and is currently owned by Telefeatures, LLC.