forgottentoons:

the karnival kid (1929) - u.b. iwerks

Mickey and Minnie Mouse in Walt Disney’s Steamboat Willie (November 18th, 1928) - Animation by U.B. Iwerks

Mickey’s debut in film - Happy 85th Birthday!

All’s well that ends well for Mickey and Minnie Mouse in “Wild Waves” (1929) - U.B. Iwerks

Mickey Mouse in Walt Disney’s Haunted House (1929)

Mickey Mouse and a spooky friend in “The Haunted House” (1929) - U.B Iwerks

"Hell’s Bells" (1929)

"The Haunted House" (1929)

"The Haunted House" (1929)

Hell’s Bells (1929) Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies - U.B. Iwerks

bettybooplover:

Ub Iwerks Flip the Frogs Flapper Girlfriend in “Funny Face” (1933)

First person to draw Betty Boop “Grim Natwick" who also classed himself as the creator of Betty Boop drew this character for the Flip the Frog cartoons. The character’s look was based on Betty Boop’s. In the opening credits Flip the Frog can be seen “Booping”.  In the new release of Funny Face all of her curls have been cut off and her head looks nothing like it did in the original.

Acrobatic squirrels in Walt Disney’s “Autumn” (1930) - U.B. Iwerks

Mickey Mouse in Disney’s “The Haunted House” (1929) - Animated by U B Iwerks

Mickey Mouse in Walt Disney’s Haunted House (1929) - Animation by U.B. Iwerks

All’s well that ends well for Mickey and Minnie Mouse in “Wild Waves” (1929) - U.B. Iwerks


Mickey and Minnie Mouse flirt in Disney’s “Plane Crazy” (1928) - U.B. Iwerks

Mickey and Minnie Mouse flirt in Disney’s “Plane Crazy” (1928) - U.B. Iwerks


Minnie Mouse and her nifty parachute bloomers - “Plane Crazy” (1928)

Minnie Mouse and her nifty parachute bloomers - “Plane Crazy” (1928)