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29. Flowers and Trees; July 30, 1932; Director Burton Gillett. Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. First Disney cartoon in color.

The Night Before Christmas - 1933. The original uncut version of The Night Before Christmas, from the Silly Symphonies Collection from Disney. A loose rendition of Clement C. Moore's famous poem. St. Nick is seen delivering the toys he made in last year's "Santa's Workshop."

"The Golden Touch" - the story of King Midas with its own twists. It's a good lesson of being careful what you wish for, as you may get it - and then beware!

▶ 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.

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

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

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

Three Orphan Kittens - A Walt Disney Silly Symphony - YouTube *I used to watch this when I was little!! Love it!!

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