The Cobweb Hotel, an animated short by Dave Fleischer, 1936

The Cobweb Hotel, an animated short by Dave Fleischer, 1936

The Cobweb Hotel, 1936

An animated short by Dave Fleischer

“A spider runs a hotel for flies where he keeps his guests captive. A pair of fly newlyweds arrive and check in. Fortunately, the husband is “flyweight champion”. After a pitched battle featuring arrows (fountain pen nibs) and a machine gun (aspirins shot from a perfume atomizer), the spider winds up in a bottle of library paste.” (IMDB)

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Felix the Cat in Neptune Nonsense, an animated short by Burt Gillett, 1936

Felix the Cat in Neptune Nonsense, an animated short by Burt Gillett, 1936

Felix the Cat in Neptune Nonsense, 1936

An animated short by Burt Gillett

“Felix is feeding his various pets: a bird, two dogs, and a goldfish. But Annabelle the goldfish is unhappy; she’s lonely. Felix sets out to catch her a friend. The fish drag him underwater. After a bit of searching, he finds a goldfish, but the fish cries for help, and Felix finds himself on trial before King Neptune. He’s accused of wanting to eat the fish, but after he explains himself, Neptune gives him a fish from the fish orphanage, and everyone lives happily.” (IMDB)

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Curse of the Swamp Creature, 1966

Curse of the Swamp Creature, 1966

Curse of the Swamp Creature, 1966

A film by Larry Buchanan

“Deep in the rural swamps of Texas the mad Dr. Simond Trent is conducting experiments on the local swamp people in an attempt to discover the secret of evolution. When a party of oil surveyors comes upon his isolated laboratory he decides to take the final step and turn one of them into a grotesque amphibious creature.” (IMDB)

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Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview, 1971 (The Pierre Berton Show)

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Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview, 1971

The Pierre Berton Show

A substantive interview with legendary martial artist and filmmaker Bruce Lee. Shot in 1971 for a segment on The Pierre Berton Show, the footage was literally lost before it could air, then broadcast as a TV special in 1994 after it resurfaced. (Browse our Movie Archive)

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