Frank Tashlin (1942)

This cartoon features a running-gag and a John Barrymore caricature who is mobbed by fans for his autograph during a burlesqued tour of Hollywood. The narrator conducts a tour of Hollywood Boulevard, Malibu Beach, Santa Anita Race Track, the Brown Derby, and Grauman’s Chinese theatre.

Sid Marcus (1940)

We see a day in the life of Maisie, a secretary who sets out to buy a new hat.

Maisie is a secretary. We watch her dashing to work, then sitting through a typical day, reading novels and eating candy. But that’s all prelude, as she lives to shop, particularly for hats. She tries on a wide variety of hats, but her heart is set on #36, which she’s told must be special ordered. She orders it, and we switch to the hat workshop, where we see the designers, all of them clearly insane. Number 36 is let out long enough to whip one up for Maisie.

Starring Mel Blanc and John Wald. Music by Joe DeNat. Edited by George Winkler. Animated by Art Davis and Herb Rothwill.