Amon is a boy who can control the wind. Branik, ruler of the Empire of the Golden Snake, wants Amon's power to complete the ultimate weapon and sends his troops to capture the boy. Amon, using his talents, manages to runs away with Maria, one of the People of the Sea. Together, they try to stop the Empire of the Golden Snake from destroying and conquering everything.
When the temperature reaches 110 degrees, Bessie decides to buy an air conditioner. After being threatened with a rolling pin, Charlie agrees, but decides to install it himself to save money. A series of mishaps ensues and by the end of the cartoon, half the house is ruined.
This Swing Symphony cartoon from Walter Lantz features the sweet trombone playing (for Jackson)of Jack Teagarden and baritone Lee Sweetland as the speaking and singing voice of Jackson, the trombone-playing merchant-marine sailor who is shipwrecked in the icy wastes of the far north. His trombone playing knocks the native seals and penguins out of their sox, and his jive and jazz keeps everyone steppin', truckin' and warm, and he is crowned the Sliphorn King of Polaroo.
Nathan becomes a super hero style of character in people's dreams to rescue them from their nightmares, only to realize he's not the only one. Not only that, but he has been manipulated to become one by them in order to help these good guys defeat a new foe, the Nemesis. Nathan is reluctant at first but comes around to figure out exactly where the Nemesis is coming from, and why, and how they might be able to stop it.
A wanted man out West pastes Woody's picture over his own wanted poster, and Calamity Jane goes after the reward. Woody outsmarts Jane, but she falls in love with the outlaw when she sees his ugly face.
On his day off work, Inspector Clouseau goes grocery shopping. On leaving the store, he thoughtlessly takes his shopping cart with him and is chided by a narrator for having committed theft and broken the law! Clouseau tries to return the cart to the store but sees a policeman on patrol and, spooked, runs in the opposite direction with the cart. Prodded by the narrator into feeling guilty and fearful of arrest, Clouseau makes several attempts to lose the cart, but it keeps coming back to him! NOTE: Last "Inspector" cartoon.
On August 10 2002, the eruption of Mount Fuji, as well as a series of large-scale earthquakes and tsunamis, inflicts tremendous damage to Japan, sending the country into a state of emergency. Furthermore, another massive earthquake hits Japan on August 15, splitting the country into two.
Through a series of still images portrayed in a three-dimensional fashion, we are told the story of a car accident and its implications. The camera moves constantly through objects and its reflections to introduce each new segment which, put together, create a full story. -Edgar Cochran
Karas: The Revelation is about the battle between supernatural forces on the streets of modern-day Japan. The Revelation covers the true identity of newly-minted Karas (spiritual protector of humanity from demonic forces) Otaha, who returns to his hometown to rescue a friend from gangsters. Meanwhile, evil Karas Eko continues his campaign of terror against mankind with the aid of a multi-headed dragon summoned by the powers of rogue demon Nue.
Barney takes his air-raid warden post too seriously, telling first an owl (shining eyes) and then a firefly to put their lights out. The firefly isn't at all happy and keeps pestering Barney. Then Barney finds a huge offender: a cabin that's all lit up. Looks familiar...
Bluto, the daring hot air balloon rider, catches the eye of Olive at a carnival, much to Popeye's chagrin. Bluto manages to make Popeye look bad several times, eventually winning a ring at the ball toss and taking her up in his balloon. Of course, he tries to get fresh with her, and Popeye comes to the rescue with the help of some fireworks. The hot air balloon gets a bit too hot, putting Olive in even more danger.