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Aesop's Film Fables (1921-1933)



Aesop’s Film Fables

(1921 – 1933)

Cartoons / Kid's Shows

Aesop’s Film Fables (later called Aesop’s Sound Fables) were a collaboration between cartoonist Paul Terry and Van Beuren Studios.

While the earliest short films were loose adaptations of Aesop’s Fables, as time passed the cartoons had less and less to do with actual Aesop’s Fables although they usually ended with a moral.  The morals, however, were more humorous than serious.  Some of the more famous include, "Go around with a chip on your shoulder and someone will knock your block off" or "Marriage is a good institution, but who wants to live in an institution?"


College Capers (1931)

Cracked Ice (1927) 

Radio Racket (1931) 

Spring Antics (1932) 

Skating Hounds (1928)

The Fly Guy (1931) 

The Huntsman (1928)

House Cleaning Time (1929)

Midnight (1930)

Runaway Blackie (1933)

Tumbledown Town (1933)





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