1947 Animated Movies

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Fun and Fancy Free(1947)

| 1h 13min | Animation, Kids & Family, Music
3.2/5 (with 192 votes)

Jiminy Cricket hosts two Disney animated shorts: Bongo about a circus bear escaping to the wild, and Mickey and the Beanstalk, a take on the famous fairy tale.

The Cat Concerto(1947)

3.8/5 (with 66 votes)

Tom enters from stage left in white tie and tails, sits at the piano, gets his focus as the orchestra in the pit beneath him warms up, and begins to play Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody". Unbeknownst to Tom and the audience, Jerry is asleep across several of the high-note keys inside the instrument, so Tom's playing eventually wakes him. Jerry is pummeled by hammers, bounced by wires, and squeezed by Tom as the cat tries to play the concerto while dispensing with Jerry. Jerry's defensive antics add to the brio of the program and answer Tom with Jerry's own skillful musical attack. By the concerto's end, the duet leaves only one animal standing for the audience's applause.

Chip an' Dale(1947)

3.4/5 (with 33 votes)

Donald needs a log for his fire. Unfortunately, the one he picks is occupied by a couple of chipmunks and their stash of acorns. When he cuts it down, Chip and Dale fall out, but their acorns stay behind, so they work at putting out Donald's fire and retrieving their stash. Donald, of course, takes this as calmly and cheerfully as you would expect.

Directed by Jack Hannah

Mickey's Delayed Date(1947)

| 7min | Animation, Comedy
3.2/5 (with 17 votes)

Even though Mickey's evening started slow and lazy, things get moving in a hurry when Minnie calls from outside the big dance, wondering why he's late. Luckily his best pal Pluto is happy to help wrangle the uncooperative evening wear and help get him out the door...without the tickets.

King-Size Canary(1947)

3.5/5 (with 26 votes)

A hungry cat has the idea of giving "Jumbo Gro" fertilizer to a scrawny canary to make him a bigger meal, which leads to a race between the cat, the canary, a dog, and a mouse to see who can grow the biggest.

Directed by Tex Avery

A Pest in the House(1947)

| 7min | Animation, Comedy
3.4/5 (with 16 votes)

After a prologue about the labor shortage being so acute that some employers would hire anybody or anything, a very tired businessman needs some sleep and checks into a hotel run by Elmer Fudd.

Directed by Chuck Jones

The Hunchedback Horse(1947)

3.3/5 (with 15 votes)

Adventures of Ivan the Fool and humpbacked horse in the world of kind magical creatures and cruel people.

Sleepy Time Donald(1947)

3.2/5 (with 20 votes)

Donald Duck would never believe it, but he suffers from sleepwalking. In this blessed innocent state he makes a nightly call at Daisy's, as if it were the time of their romantic appointment; knowing one should not wake or contradict a sleepwalker, she plays along, but finds it increasingly difficult to follow Donald and prevent him coming to harm when he ignorantly strolls the most dangerous places, such as the lion's cage in the zoo, including impossible ones, such as up a wall and even upside down. When she finally gets Donald safely in bed, he wakes up and thinks, seeing her sneak out, she's the sleepwalker.

Directed by Jack King

Clown of the Jungle(1947)

| 6min | Animation
3.0/5 (with 17 votes)

In the African jungle, the narrator introduces us to the various birds living there and to wildlife photographer Donald Duck intent on getting some pictures. Unfortunately, all his attempts to photograph birds are ruined by the "clown of the jungle", the Aracuan Bird. Example: when Donald attempts to photograph a chorus line of hummingbirds, the Aracuan Bird interrupts the picture with a Russian kick dance. Donald becomes aggravated to the point where he gives chase but the bird always manages to outsmart Donald and make short work of his sanity.

Directed by Jack Hannah

Tweetie Pie(1947)

3.4/5 (with 20 votes)

Thomas the cat finds Tweetie in the snow, warming himself by a cigar butt. Thomas's mistress rescues the little yellow bird before her cat can devour him, but Thomas doesn't give up.

Crazy with the Heat(1947)

| 6min | Animation
2.9/5 (with 11 votes)

Donald and Goofy are driving across the desert, apparently the Sahara. The car breaks down (out of gas), and they start walking. Before long, they are out of water, and are seeing mirages of soda fountains and icebergs. Fortunately, they find a camel.

Directed by Bob Carlson

Easter Yeggs(1947)

| 7min | Animation, Action, Comedy
3.1/5 (with 10 votes)

Bugs gets roped into delivering the Easter Rabbit's eggs for him.

Directed by Robert McKimson
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Donald's Dilemma(1947)

| 7min | Animation
3.2/5 (with 13 votes)

Donald and Daisy are walking when he is hit by a flowerpot. He's convinced he's a famous singer, and he croons divinely, but does not recognize Daisy. He in fact does become famous. Daisy is devastated by her inability to get over him and sees a psychiatrist. He tells her she has to choose between the world having Donald, or her getting him back. She picks herself, and drops another flowerpot, which restores him.

Directed by Jack King

A Hare Grows in Manhattan(1947)

| 8min | Animation, Action, Comedy
3.1/5 (with 12 votes)

Bugs Bunny relates his early life in the Manhattan tenements and spotlights his encounter with a gang of canine toughs.

Directed by Friz Freleng

Wide Open Spaces(1947)

| 7min | Animation
3.0/5 (with 14 votes)

Donald is travelling the countryside and decides to rest for the night. He refuses to stay at the motel because of its $16 fee so he sets up camp in a woodland area. First he has problems blowing up the air mattress, then by a troublesome boulder, and finally after the air mattress is blown up, it deflates sending Don riding through the air back to the motel where it is presumed he changed his mind and slept there for the night and must pay the $16.

Directed by Jack King

Pluto's Blue Note(1947)

| 7min | Animation
3.6/5 (with 8 votes)

Pluto wants to sing along with the birds, bee and cricket, but he is tone deaf.

Straight Shooters(1947)

| 6min | Animation
2.9/5 (with 8 votes)

Donald runs a shooting gallery. His nephews come by and he offers them a free shot, but when the first one hits all the targets, the notoriously cheap Donald switches a cheap prize for the correct one. He then gives the other two boys gimmicked guns; the last one is empty, but the targets break anyway because one boy is hitting them from behind. Donald chases them off; they use the mystic's booth next door to get revenge.

Directed by Jack Hannah

Scent-imental Over You(1947)

3.2/5 (with 7 votes)

Striving to be like all the high-class dogs in their fine coats, a little hairless pooch borrows a black and white fur coat of her owner, not realizing it makes her appear to be a skunk. Once she has it on, she finds everyone fleeing from her - everyone, that is, except for the amorous Pepé Le Pew.

Directed by Chuck Jones

Bootle Beetle(1947)

| 7min | Animation
2.8/5 (with 13 votes)

An older beetle of a rare variety advises a young passerby against crossing a stream, where he is likely to get trapped by bug collector Donald, as he himself almost was when he was young.

Directed by Jack Hannah

Slap Happy Lion(1947)

3.2/5 (with 7 votes)

The king of the jungle, after a well-spent day terrorising the rest of the animals, is petrified by a mouse.

Directed by Tex Avery

The Crab with the Golden Claws(1947)

2.7/5 (with 5 votes)

Tintin finds himself involved in a mystery related to a drowned man, a can of crabmeat and a ship called Karaboudjan. After investigating the ship, Tintin discovers that the shipment of cans does not contain exactly crabmeat.

Directed by Claude Misonne, João B. Michiels

Birth of a Notion(1947)

3.6/5 (with 7 votes)

Daffy Duck, hoping to avoid flying south by finding a sucker who will let him stay, ends up at the house of a mad scientist and his dog, Leopold.

Directed by Robert McKimson

Slick Hare(1947)

| 8min | Animation, Comedy
3.4/5 (with 15 votes)

Humphrey Bogart visits the Mocrumbo Restaurant. He orders fried rabbit and Elmer Fudd has twenty minutes to serve it.

Directed by Friz Freleng

Tubby the Tuba(1947)

3.2/5 (with 6 votes)

In this Puppetoon animated short film (an Academy Award Best Short Subject, Cartoons nominee), Tubby the Tuba is disappointed that his sound limits what he's permitted to do in an orchestra of self-playing instruments that, unlike him, get to play pretty melodies. A chance meeting with a bullfrog changes everything.

Directed by George Pal

A Horse Fly Fleas(1947)

2.9/5 (with 6 votes)

A flea befriends a horsefly, who has hooves like those of a horse, and rides the horsefly into the hair of a dog. The flea chops down strands of the dog's hair to use as "logs" with which to build a cabin, unaware that the dog's coat is the sacred territory of a tribe of Indian fleas, who declare war on the interlopers. The Indians capture and are about to burn the flea and the horsefly when the dog jolts in pain from the fire. The flea and the horsefly free themselves and flee the Indians through the hairs on the dog's carcass.

Directed by Robert McKimson

The Way of Peace(1947)

18min | Animation, Drama, War
2.8/5 (with 2 votes)

Punctuated with stories from the Bible, the film’s purpose was to reinforce Christian values in the atomic age by condemning the consequences of human conflict with scenes of the crucifixion, lynching and Nazi fascism.

Directed by Frank Tashlin - With Lew Ayres

Rabbit Transit(1947)

| 8min | Animation, Comedy
3.5/5 (with 9 votes)

This time Bugs' race with Cecil Turtle features a rocket-powered tortoise shell.

Directed by Friz Freleng

Crowing Pains(1947)

6min | Animation
3.1/5 (with 8 votes)

Henery Hawk hides in an egg to catch his first chicken, while Foghorn Leghorn tells him that Sylvester is the real chicken and the farm dog joins in the fun.

Directed by Robert McKimson

Motion Painting No. 1(1947)

11min | Animation
3.2/5 (with 11 votes)

Motion Painting No. 1 is a 1947 experimental short animated film in which film artist Oskar Fischinger put images in motion to the music of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto no. 3, BWV 1048. It is a film of a painting (oil on acrylic glass); Fischinger filmed each brushstroke over the course of 9 months. In 1997, this film was selected for inclusion in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”.

Directed by Oskar Fischinger

The Goofy Gophers(1947)

3.1/5 (with 3 votes)

Two polite twin gophers raid a vegetable patch guarded by a rather smug dog, whose various unsuccessful schemes to nullify the crafty and modest gophers involve a female gopher disguise, a hand grenade, and a carrot stuffed with TNT.

Directed by Bob Clampett
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