• The Merrie Melodies start using the color process. Two cartoons, "Honeymoon Hotel" and "Beauty and the Beast", were first produced in Cinecolor. These two Cinecolor cartoons were part of the Associated Artists Productions package.
  • The final black and white Merrie Melodies cartoons were released. These were sold to Sunset Productions for distribution rights.
  • Starting with "Those Beautiful Dames", two-strip Technicolor was used. They went to using three-strip in 1936.


  1. Lt icon Buddy the Gob
  2. Music note Pettin' in the Park
  3. Music note Honeymoon Hotel
  4. Lt icon Buddy and Towser
  5. Lt icon Buddy's Garage
  6. Music note Beauty and the Beast
  7. Music note Those Were Wonderful Days
  8. Lt icon Buddy's Trolley Troubles
  9. Music note Goin' to Heaven on a Mule
  10. Lt icon Buddy of the Apes
  11. Music note How Do I Know It's Sunday
  12. Lt icon Buddy's Bearcats
  13. Music note Why Do I Dream Those Dreams
  14. Lt icon Buddy's Circus
  15. Music note The Miller's Daughter
  16. Lt icon Buddy the Detective
  17. Music note The Girl at the Ironing Board
  18. Lt icon Viva Buddy
  19. Music note Shake Your Powder Puff
  20. Lt icon Buddy the Woodsman
  21. Music note Rhythm in the Bow
  22. Music note Those Beautiful Dames
  23. Lt icon Buddy's Adventures
  24. Music note Pop Goes Your Heart
  25. Lt icon Buddy the Dentist

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