Mannie Davis (1944)

While sleeping with Sourpuss, Gandy dreams about Sourpuss’s girlfriend, so Sourpuss keeps waking him and beating him up. Later, Sourpuss figures out how he can get into the dreams, too.

Terrytoons was an animation studio in New Rochelle, New York, that produced animated cartoons for theatrical release from 1929 to 1972. Terrytoons was founded by Paul Terry, Frank Moser, and Joseph Coffman, and operated out of the “K” Building in downtown New Rochelle.

Connie Rasinski (1945)

The superist hero of them all, Mighty Mouse, easily brushes aside molten lava and stems the tide of an island volcano, set off by the torrid dancing of Krakatoa Katy, the hottest dancer of them all. Then he carries all of the island natives to the safety of higher ground, where Katy leads them all in a jive-chanting jitterbug dance in tribute to their hero.

Mighty Mouse in Krakatoa is a 1945 Terrytoons animated short. It is the 25th cartoon short of the Mighty Mouse theatrical series. Story written by John Foster.

Terrytoons (1944)

The Cat Came Back is a 1944 Terrytoons cartoon directed by Connie Rasinski.

The Cat Came Back is a comic song written by Harry S. Miller in 1893. It has since entered the folk tradition and been recorded under variations of the title—”But the Cat Came Back”, “And the Cat Came Back”, etc. It is also a popular children’s song.

If you enjoyed The Cat Came Back, check out these other two adaptations of the classic folk song by clicking on the links below. Thanks for watching!

https://hobomooncartoons.com/2019/01/05/the-cat-came-back/

https://hobomooncartoons.com/2020/04/01/the-cat-came-back-2/