Most Popular Leon Schlesinger Trailers
Total trailers found: 202
25 September 1942
Private Duck is a camouflage painter. He paints a giant cannon with some very gaudy colors, until Sergeant Pete explains that the point is to make it so the cannon can't be seen.
Yankee Doodle Daffy Trailer (1943)
03 July 1943
Daffy is an agent representing Sleepy LaGoof trying to sell him to talent scout Porky. Daffy spends a great deal of time and energy explaining and demonstrating what the kid can do, while the kid sits on a couch licking a giant sucker.
25 June 1938
Another entry in the "books come alive" subgenre, with possibly more books coming alive than any other.
The Dover Boys Trailer (1942)
19 September 1942
Three fun-loving, morally upright brothers from Pimento University save their fiancée from their fiendish archenemy, Dan Backslide, in this spoof of the Rover Boys.
07 June 1941
Bugs Bunny is hunted by Hiawatha, a stereotyped Native American who fills roughly the same role as Elmer Fudd in other Bugs Bunny cartoons of this era.
11 April 1942
Horton the elephant agrees to watch over lazy Maisie bird's egg while she vacations. Much later, after.
Polar Pals Trailer (1939)
02 June 1939
Porky Pig inhabits an igloo in the Arctic, where he beds with a covering a several live, furry polar bears, bathes in a shower whose water instantly freezes into long icicles, and dances in the ice and snow with the native fauna.
28 November 1931
One of the "Censored 11" banned from T.V. syndication by United Artists in 1968 for alleged racism. Piggy and Fluffy have adventures on a riverboat and Uncle Tom is chased by skeletons promising to take him to Hallelujah Land.
20 September 1941
Bugs heckles a black hunter and escapes from a bear.
Wabbit Twouble Trailer (1941)
20 December 1941
The sign greeting campers says, "Welcome to Jellostone National Park: A Restful Retreat." Elmer Fudd finds this to be a dirty lie when Bugs Bunny torments him for the fun of it.
I Love to Singa Trailer (1936)
18 July 1936
I Love to Singa depicts the story of a young owl who wants to sing jazz, instead of the classical music that his German parents wish him to perform.
02 March 1940
Elmer takes up wildlife photography
20 February 1943
Bugs challenges Cecil Turtle to race, only this time he's wearing an aerodynamic suit like Cecil's. Unfortunately, the gambling ring has bet everything on the rabbit, and Bugs now looks like a tortoise.
Porky's Hare Hunt Trailer (1938)
30 April 1938
Porky goes after a rogue rabbit who manages to frustrate him at each turn. He is unsuccessful and the rabbit comes to visit him just to make recovery tougher for him.
Haunted Gold Trailer (1932)
17 December 1932
John Mason returns to the Sally Ann mine to claim his half share. Janet Cater also returns although her father lost his half share to Joe Ryan.
Porky Pig's Feat Trailer (1943)
17 July 1943
Porky Pig and Daffy Duck owe an outrageous sum to the Broken Arms Hotel. The manager thwarts their efforts to escape without paying their bill.
Russian Rhapsody Trailer (1944)
20 May 1944
As Adolf Hitler personally flies a bomber on a mission to the Soviet Union, the gremlins from the Kremlin set about to stop him.
Pigs Is Pigs Trailer (1937)
08 January 1937
A hungry little pig eats a couple of pies off the windowsill. When it's time for dinner, he ties together the spaghetti of all the other little pigs and eats it all.
11 July 1942
Bugs Bunny Gets The Boid is a 1942 Merrie Melodies cartoon, directed by Bob Clampett, produced by Leon Schlesinger Productions, and released to theatres by Warner Bros.
08 April 1939
A collection of gags set inside a prison.
The Heckling Hare Trailer (1941)
05 July 1941
Bugs is being chased by hunting dog Willoughby, and outsmarts him at every turn, until the end, where they outsmart the audience together.
Meet John Doughboy Trailer (1941)
04 July 1941
Porky introduces a newsreel of wartime spot gags, including a spoof of the RKO Pictures logo, and caricatures of Jack Benny and Rochester.
21 November 1942
Two alley cats, Babbitt and Catsello, decide to make a meal out of Orson as he sleeps in his nest atop a telephone pole.
I Wanna Be a Sailor Trailer (1937)
25 September 1937
Momma parrot is teaching her young-uns to say "Polly want a cracker" but little Peter doesn't want a cracker, he wants to be a sailor like dad.
You're an Education Trailer (1938)
04 November 1938
The brochures in a travel agency come to life. After a series of quick gags (flying fish in airplanes, a wave washing swimmers out to sea and back, etc).
Pigs in a Polka Trailer (1943)
01 February 1943
Dressed in a tuxedo, the Big Bad Wolf announces the evening's program: the tale of the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs, set to the music of Johannes Brahms's Hungarian Dances.
Cracked Ice Trailer (1938)
10 September 1938
It's ice skating time. After a few generic ice-skating gags, we get to the main story. An animal falls through the ice, and a pig doing W.
Hollywood Steps Out Trailer (1941)
24 May 1941
A tour of Ciro's Nightclub packed with caricatures of many top stars, including (in order) 'Cary Grant' , Greta Garbo 'Edward G.
23 January 1943
Constable Porky Pig and his lazy bloodhound are on the trail of a Nazi spy, Missing Lynx, in this World War II propaganda piece (a spoof on the 1939 "Confessions of a Nazi Spy").
Buckaroo Bugs Trailer (1944)
26 August 1944
Red Hot Ryder is sent to catch the Masked Marauder (Bugs Bunny) who is terrorizing a small Western town.
Little Beau Porky Trailer (1937)
13 October 1937
Porky's in the foreign legion. But he's not allowed to fight; all he can do is scrub camels, and he's not particularly good at that.
28 March 1942
Bugs Bunny exploits the situation when an uncle leaves Elmer Fudd three million dollars on the condition that he harm no animals, especially rabbits.
The Big Stampede Trailer (1932)
08 October 1932
Deputy Sheriff John Steele recruits bandit Sonora Joe to help him find out who's been bumping off all the local lawmen and rustling the cattle.
18 May 1940
Daffy Duck convinces Porky Pig to quit the cartoon biz and try his luck in the features. Porky's adventures begin when he tries to enter the studio.
Katnip Kollege Trailer (1938)
11 June 1938
At the Katnip Kollege, we see a roomful of cats taking a course in Swingology. Everyone swings except Johnny, who can't cut it and has to sit in the dunce chair.
21 April 1944
Bugs fights stereotyped Japanese during World War II.
An Itch in Time Trailer (1943)
04 December 1943
Elmer threatens to give his dog a bath if he doesn't stop scratching, but the poor pooch is the victim of a hungry flea whose tools of the trade include pickaxes and dynamite.
Porky in Wackyland Trailer (1938)
24 September 1938
Porky Pig goes on a hunt to catch the surreal elusive last Do-Do bird.
11 March 1944
A wolf, deprived of meat by war rationing and starving, sees an article in the newspaper about a sheepdog leaving his flock to join the army and thinks it will be easy pickings.
Egghead Rides Again Trailer (1937)
29 November 1937
City dweller Egghead dreams of being a cowboy, but his bouncing around gets him kicked out of his boarding house.
Ride Him, Cowboy Trailer (1932)
27 August 1932
John Drury saves Duke, a wild horse accused of murder, and trains him. When he discovers that the real murderer, a bad guy known as The Hawk, is the town's leading citizen, Drury arrested on a fraudulent charge.
Hare-um Scare-um Trailer (1939)
12 August 1939
Facing high meat prices, a man decides to take his dog and go hunt for his own, but the crazy rabbit they are after is not very easy to catch.
05 September 1931
The wacky/jolly/hair-raising adventures of singing streetcar conductor Foxy.
Super-Rabbit Trailer (1943)
03 April 1943
Bugs Bunny becomes a superhero who does battle with a rabbit hating cowboy and horse.
07 January 1933
Christmas Eve. A poor orphan boy trudges through the snow, pathetically. He finally arrives at his miserable cabin.
I Haven't Got a Hat Trailer (1935)
09 March 1935
It's recital day at the schoolhouse. First up: Porky, who recites The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere. A nervous kitten recites Mary Had a Little Lamb.
31 October 1942
This time Elmer Fudd goes after Bugs using hypnotism, only the plan backfires.
Buddy's Day Out Trailer (1933)
09 September 1933
This cartoon has some amusing sight gags like a car going back through a fence and crashing into various animals before landing in Cookie's yard or a train that seems on its way into crashing into a car with Elmer and Happy inside when Buddy and Cookie use a ladder to derail the locomotive in another direction.
Puss n' Booty Trailer (1943)
10 December 1943
Woman wonders why her little pet birds keep disappearing. Rudolph the cat knows, but other than burping feathers, he's not saying.
17 January 1942
Porky owns a bakery. A hungry fly stares in through the window, as a bee shows up and tells him he should just go for it.
Milk and Money Trailer (1936)
27 December 1936
Porky's father is going to lose his farm. Porky goes to town with his horse and works a milk route, with a warning that if he breaks a bottle he's fired.
Porky & Daffy Trailer (1938)
06 August 1938
Porky is Daffy's fight manager who gets Daffy a fight with "The Champion", but things get looney.
Goofy Groceries Trailer (1941)
29 March 1941
Grocery store products come to life, along with caricatures of Jack Benny, Rochester and Ned Sparks, and take-offs on Superman and King Kong.
04 January 1944
Bugs, the Wolf and bobby-soxer Red chase each other around while Grandma is off working at Lockheed aircraft.
Slap Happy Pappy Trailer (1940)
13 April 1940
Porky runs a farm; we see him plowing the fields. But it's primarily a poultry farm; as the sign says, "For sale: Miracle eggs if it's a good egg, it's a miracle.
Patient Porky Trailer (1940)
14 September 1940
Porky checks into a hospital with a tummyache; he has the bad luck to encounter a patient posing a "Dr.
Fresh Hare Trailer (1942)
21 August 1942
Bugs Bunny is wanted "dead or alive" by the Mounted Police, led by Elmer Fudd. The "Fresh Hare" episode was banned from television for almost 30 years because it was considered too racey for the time.
Love Thy Neighbor Trailer (1940)
27 December 1940
Capitalizing on the famous radio 'feud' between comedians Jack Benny and Fred Allen. The two stars play versions of themselves, constantly at each other's throats due to real and imagined slights.
09 April 1937
An evening at the local movie theater, including a sing-along led by Maestro Stickoutski at he Mighty "Fertilizer" organ, a "Goofy-Tone" newsreel, and the feature, "Petrified Florist," a spoof of 'The Petrified Forest (1936)' featuring caricatures of Bette Davis and 'Leslie Howard'.
Count Me Out Trailer (1938)
17 December 1938
Egghead decides his road to riches is through a boxing correspondence course. When he graduates, he takes on champion Biff Stew.