Misbehaving Husbands, film by William Beaudine, 1940

Misbehaving Husbands, film by William Beaudine, 1940

Misbehaving Husbands, 1940

A film by William Beaudine

“The owner of a department store is threatened with divorce by his wife, who has gotten reports that he’s been seen in the arms of a beautiful blonde on the night of their 20th wedding anniversary. He has to find a way to convince her that the “beautiful blonde” in question was actually a store mannequin that he was taking in for repairs.” (IMDB)

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Hector’s Hectic Life, a short animated film by Bill Tytla, 1948

Hector's Hectic Life, a short animated film by Bill Tytla, 1948

Hector’s Hectic Life, 1948

A short animated film by Bill Tytla

Hector the dog assumes the challenging task of caring for three adorable but mischievous and messy puppies, right after his human master warns him that he’s out in the cold if he doesn’t keep the place clean. That’s a challenge that keeps Hector busy.

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Baby Huey: Quack-A-Doodle-Doo, a film by Famous Studios, 1950

Baby Huey: Quack a doodle doo, 1950

Baby Huey: Quack-A-Doodle-Doo, 1950

A film by Famous Studios

“Baby Huey is disliked by all the other ducklings because of his large size and super strength. His strength has caused problems in the past, but ends up saving the day when a fox comes around looking for something to eat.” (The Public Domain Movie Database)

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Here Comes Trouble, a film by Hal Roach Studios, 1948

Here Comes Trouble, a film by Hal Roach Studios, 1948

Here Comes Trouble, 1948

A film by Hal Roach Studios

“A newspaper publisher (Emory Parnell) is being blackmailed by a burlesque queen (Joan Woodbury), and he sends one of his reporters (William Tracy) to talk to her. The girl is murdered and the reporter, the publisher and the publisher’s daughter (Beverly Loyd) all come under suspicion.” (IMDB)

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