Gabby (film series)
Gabby was a Max Fleischer animated cartoon series distributed through Paramount Pictures. Gabby debuted as the town crier in the 1939 animated feature Gulliver’s Travels produced by Fleischer. Shortly afterward Paramount and Fleischer saw fit to give Gabby his own Technicolor cartoon series, eight entries of which were produced between 1940 and 1941. Gabby was voiced by Pinto Colvig, the voice of Walt Disney's Goofy.
The Gabby cartoons were sold to U.M.&M. T.V. Corp. in 1955, which later became part of National Telefilm Associates, which became Republic Pictures, and was then sold to Paramount's current parent Viacom in 1999. Today, the Gabby cartoons are in the public domain. For official releases, the cartoons are currently syndicated on television by Trifecta Entertainment & Media (inherited from CBS Television Distribution and other companies), original distributor Paramount owns the theatrical rights, and Olive Films owns the DVD rights. However, most Gabby cartoons can be found in faded public domain television prints, usually featuring National Telefilm Associates openings.
A complete Gabby cartoon can be viewed on in-game televisions within the video game The Darkness.
- King for a Day (1940)
- The Constable (1940)
- All's Well (1941)
- Two for the Zoo (1941)
- Swing Cleaning (1941)
- Fire Cheese (1941)
- Gabby Goes Fishing (1941)
- It's a Hap-Hap-Happy Day (1941)
- Gabby at Don Markstein's Toonopedia
- The short film Gabby Goes Fishing (1941) is available for free download at the Internet Archive [more]
- The short film Gabby: Fire Cheese (1941) is available for free download at the Internet Archive [more]
- The short film Gabby: All's Well (1941) is available for free download at the Internet Archive [more]
- The short film Swing Cleaning (1941) is available for free download at the Internet Archive [more]
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