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Walt Disney's "Broken toys" (1935) A Silly Symphony, classic holiday cartoons, from the Golden Age of animation.

"The Cookie Carnival". This is so cute and so yummy-looking. This makes a perfect little Christmas film.

▶ Silly Symphony - Music Land (1935) - YouTube /// This is for all you young'uns on the internet that have never had the pleasure of watching Silly Symphony shorts on Saturday mornings. A Violin and a Saxophone. Still a better love story than Twilight.

The Tortoise And The Hare (1935) -- This early cartoon animation shows how this classic fable was used as a way to teach children a lesson about arrogance and true strength. Through media outlets such as this one, the turtle who remains "slow and steady" ends up winning the race against the fast hare. While teaching a valuable lesson, these types of kid-oriented renditions result in the belief by most people, since childhood, that the only thing you need know about the turtle is that it is slow.

▶ Silly Symphony - ''Who killed cock Robin?'' - 1935 - YouTube

Walt Disney Treasures - Hawaiian Holiday (1937): "Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, and Pluto relax in sunny Hawaii in this classic 1937 cartoon!"

The Little House!!! A short Walt Disney film based (I think) on the book, "The Little House" by Virginia Lee Burton.

I DO NOT OWN THIS VIDEO! This is the Farmyard symphony, with a short introduction by the creator Walt Disney.

Little Hiawatha (Despite a few socially awkward references, Little Hiawatha remains a good message for youngsters. Protect fellow creatures.)

La Cigale et la fourmi - Watch this Walt Disney retelling of the fable and think about similarities / differences with Jean de La Fontaine's version.