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Felix The Cat - Pat Sullivan's Felix The Cat

Felix The Cat - Pat Sullivan's Felix The Cat
Pat Sullivan's Felix The Cat
Felix The Cat
Spoken Word
MW 1001
MP3 album size:
2921 mb
FLAC album size:
1458 mb


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  • Artwork By [Cover Designs] – Aldo Rubano
  • Artwork By [Illustrated By] – Joe Oriole
  • Directed By, Producer, Written-ByPaul White , Ruth Roche
  • Recorded ByFelix The Cat Creations
  • Voice ActorJack Mercer


Flexidisc is attached to the front of a Dial-O-Matic Picture Tuner in the shape of an 11.5x11,5" sleeve containing a cardboard Movie-Wheel (dial) with holes on the outside. Each side of the Movie-Wheel has a complete cartoon feature that corresponds with the sounds on the record. Each time you hear a signal, dial down for a new image to appear.

Full title on the Picture Tuner: "Movie-Wheels presents Pat Sullivan's Felix The Cat".

Recorded and manufactured in United States of America.

Printed by Radio Printing Corp., Bridgeport, Conn.

Flexidisc pressed in West Germany.

Patent Pending, Originated and Copyrighted 1960 by Movie-Wheels, Inc., N.Y.C.

©Hanna-Barbera Productions.


Felix the Cat is a funny-animal cartoon character created in the silent film era. The anthropomorphic black cat with his black body, white eyes, and giant grin, coupled with the surrealism of the situations in which his cartoons place him, combine to make Felix one of the most recognized cartoon characters in film history. Felix was the first character from animation to attain a level of popularity sufficient to draw movie audiences. The 1st film appearance of 'Felix the Cat', though in this movie he is referred to as 'Master Tom'. The action takes place in 'Pussyville', and Felix' the Cat originally called Master Tom is a cartoon character from the silent film era, being the first cartoon character in history to win a high level of popularity. While Felix's personality varies by adaption, he is generally always portrayed as mischievous, but good-hearted, and willing to help others in need. Notably, a lot of his 1920s shorts revolve around him trying to get food by any means necessary, even going as far as stealing from other people. In this Movie-Wheels production, Felix the Cat uses his tape recorder to thwart bank robbers. In a second adventure, he gathers scrap from the junkyard to build a locomotive. Directors: Ruth Roche, Paul White. Watch the video. Around The Web. Powered by ZergNet. Create a list . Felix, The, Cat, 1919, Black, White, Feline, Follies. Felix the Cats first appearance as Master Tom. Felix is introduced to the general masses in this cartoon. Here, he's called Master Tom, which is very very odd, and no explanation is around for why that name was chosen. Anyways, he's trying to woo the neighborhood cat, asking it to meet him around the ash bin and all that. Woot He then discovers that his lady love has some secrets, a litter of kittens He doesn't want any of that, and breaks off the relationship. The ending is what kills me, or should I say, kills Felix. That's right, he sees a gas nozzle, puts his mouth on it, and turns it on . Текст песни: Felix the cat The wonderful, wonderful cat Whenever he gets in a fix He reaches into his back of the Cat. Toby, 1951 Series. Published in English United States. 40 April 1953 Cover Gallery. Publication Dates: May 1951 - June 1955. Number of Issues Published. numbering continues with Pat Sullivan's Felix the Cat Harvey, 1955 series 62. View Change History. Series at . Index Status. Partially Indexed. Cover for Pat Sullivan's Felix the Cat 1955 series 113. Classic Cartoons Cool Cartoons Halloween Cartoons 1970s Cartoons June Foray Saturday Morning Cartoons Vintage Cartoon Vintage Tv Bugs Bunny. Felix The Cat plays what appears to be a two-stringed banjo 1930s sheet music cover boasts with Ukulele Arrangement and, well, rocks out on a more conventional ukulele retouched illustration. Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny Looney Tunes Cartoons Old Cartoons Classic Cartoons Animated Cartoons Funny Cartoons Cartoon Crazy Cartoon Shows Cartoon Characters. Felix the Cat - My dad was an animator on this cartoon. Miss you, Dad. for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york. Add a review for Pat Sullivan's Felix the Cat. English only, other review rules - Big post screen. Choose files. or enter url. Image type. Please select Production or behind the scenes photos Concept artwork Cover CDDVDMedia scans Screen captureScreenshot. Felix's origins remain disputed. Australian cartoonistfilm entrepreneur Pat Sullivan, owner of the Felix character, claimed during his lifetime to be