Wowiiee! I had no idea YouTube was so well stocked! Imagine the goodies I found wheh I typed either Silly Symphonies and Merry Melodies in? Silly Symphonies was quite limited but I aim to find more burried treasure. Hehehe,the Brewmeisters found a lot already from the looks of things. Check out their site if u miss any goodies out there...http://www.cartoonbrew.com/ They found The Monk and the Fish and Dixieland Droopy,2 shows I was dying to watch but couldn't get my hands on. Thank you,Cartoon Brew! I grew up with Dixieland Droopy but regretfully almost all my old vids didn't survive the passage of time. So good to be trotting back thru' memory lane.
Among some of the goodies in Silly Symphonies is Egyptian Melodies 1931,to my mind,must be the first attempt at virtual reality or something(Lemme know if I'm wrong),and below,The Skeleton Dance and The Ugly Duckling which I didn't check out coz I must've seen like hundreds of time already when I was growing up.
I had more finds in the Merry Melodies section with,Ooooo,first things first,my favorite,Fedd the Kitty,Fresh Hare 1942,Injun Trouble starring Cool Cat 1969(last real WB animation?),Jungle Jitter (sensored for being politically incorrect), All this and Rabbit Stew,Hare-um-Scare-um 1939, Daffy Doc 1938,Falling Hare,Cheese Chasers,Hyde and go Tweet and lots more. Check out the 2 images from Feed the Kitty....good ol YouTube is a jackpot for animation references,inspirations,memories etc. all jammed up in their site. I highly recommend a whole days,weeks,months perusing their gold tuckshop. No regrets! ;)