The following is a complete
list of cartoons starring .
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Walt Disney produced 27 cartoons during 1927–1928, 25 cartoons were produced after Walt Disney's departure during the Winkler years (1928–1929), and 142 cartoons were produced by Walter Lantz during 1929–1943, making 194 cartoons in total.
Theatrical shorts [ edit ]
The Disney years [ edit ]
Poor Papa First cartoon produced in series (in 1927), initially rejected but released a year later. Animated by  Ub Iwerks and the entire Disney Oswald staff. Disney was unable to access a print of Poor Papa in time for the 2007 DVD, but today owns a 16mm print of the short, and released it on the "Signature Edition" Blu-Ray of  in 2017.
Trolley Troubles Animated by Ub Iwerks and the entire Disney Oswald staff. The cartoon was reissued in 1931 by Walter Lantz with music and sound effects.
Oh Teacher Cartoon reissued by Walter Lantz. A few sequences went missing and others were reordered when the cartoon was reissued. Animated by Ub Iwerks and the entire Disney Oswald staff.
The Mechanical Cow Cartoon reissued by Walter Lantz. Animated by Ub Iwerks and the entire Disney Oswald staff.
Great Guns! Cartoon reissued by Walter Lantz. Animated by Ub Iwerks and the entire Disney Oswald staff.
Cartoon reissued by Walter Lantz. Directed by Ub Iwerks. Animated by Iwerks and the entire Disney Oswald staff.
The Ocean Hop
A few sequences went missing when the cartoon was reissued. Animated by Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton. The last Disney Oswald cartoon that was reissued by Walter Lantz.
The Ocean Hop at Google Drive
The Banker's Daughter
Lost cartoon. One story sketch page and a sketch of the title card survive. Animated by  Ub Iwerks and Friz Freleng.
Empty Socks A version has been found in 2014 with 30 to 60 seconds missing.   Animated by  Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton.
Lost cartoon. Animated by Ub Iwerks and Friz Freleng.
Lost cartoon. Animation drawings from a small part of this film survive, and were compiled by Disney into a video clip in 2012. Animated by Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton.
Neck 'n' Neck
Rediscovered in 2018, though only as a two-minute cutdown of the original five-minute cartoon.  Animated by  Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton.
The Ol' Swimmin' Hole
Rediscovered in 2016 by Dave Bossert. Animated by  Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton.
Africa Before Dark A few sequences went missing when it was rediscovered. Animated by Ub Iwerks. Available with the Signature Edition of Bambi in 2017.
Animated by Ub Iwerks.
Bright Lights Animated by Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton.
Lost cartoon, but storyboard pages survive. Animated by Ub Iwerks, Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton.
Ride 'Em Plowboy
Lost cartoon, but storyboard pages survive. Animated by  Ub Iwerks, Hugh Harman, Rollin Hamilton, and Friz Freleng.
Ozzie of the Mounted
Survives almost complete, though a few sequences are still missing. Animated by Ub Iwerks, Hugh Harman, Rollin Hamilton, Ben Clopton, and Les Clark.
Hungry Hoboes Available with the latest release of in 2016. A once missing cartoon, it was rediscovered in a vault in England in November 2011.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Oh, What a Knight Remade as a Mickey Mouse 1933 short .
Ye Olden Days
Also referred to as The Sky Scapper Remade as a Mickey Mouse 1933 short, .
Building a Building
The Fox Chase Animated by Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton
Tall Timber Animated by Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton
Sleigh Bells Rediscovered in 2015. Directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks.
Lost cartoon, but a storyboard page of the cartoon survives.
Re-discovered by David Gerstein. Erroneously thought to be a Winkler short before rediscovery proved otherwise.  Last Disney Oswald cartoon. Directed by  Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton.
The Winkler Years [ edit ]
The Walter Lantz/Universal years [ edit ]
Race Riot The first Oswald short produced by Walter Lantz.
Lost cartoon. Oswald speaks for the first time. Many speculate that Oswald was voiced by Bill Nolan.
Survives as a silent print. Uploaded to YouTube in 2016 by Walter’s Lantz with no soundtrack.
Ozzie of the Circus
Kounty Fair Exists only as a silent print.
Chilly Con Carmen
Kisses and Kurses
The Hash Shop
King of Jazz A Universal Film that was a vehicle for Paul Whiteman, who would later appear in an Oswald cartoon called My Paul Paul. First color appearance of Oswald, although only as a brief cameo.
The Prison Panic
Hot for Hollywood
Vitaphone disc of the soundtrack was found in 2005.
My Pal Paul
Produced to promote the 1930 Universal Studios feature film . Paul Whiteman is caricatured.
King of Jazz
Not So Quiet
A drawing made by the animators attributed to this short shows Oswald playing a radiator like an accordion. This idea never made it to the final cartoon.
Possibly a withheld 1929 entry.
The Singing Sap The first cartoon on which Tex Avery was credited as an animator (as Fred Avery)
The Fowl Ball
The Navy Oswald wears shoes for the first time.
Robinson Crusoe Isle
Two Little Lambs
Do a Good Deed
Elmer the Great Dane
The first appearance of Oswald's first dog, Elmer the Great Dane.
Springtime Serenade Lyrics by Walter Lantz.
Town Hall Follies The storyline was reworked by Avery ten years later in MGM's (this time set in the Wild West) featuring Wild and Woolfy Droopy.
At Your Service
The Quail Hunt In the public domain.
The final appearance of Oswald in his original design, the first appearance of Meany, Miny and Moe (who were supporting characters). their popularity led to their development into a series of their own for Universal.
Case of the Lost Sheep
The first cartoon to feature the white Oswald, a concept by Manuel Moreno. Despite retaining the name, this later version of Oswald looks like a completely different character.
From this point onward, the character is referred to as "Oswald Rabbit" instead of "Oswald the Lucky Rabbit" in the title cards.
Soft Ball Game
The Barnyard Five
Music Hath Charms
Beach Combers In the public domain.
Night Life of the Bugs
The title parodies that of the 1935 Universal feature film " Night Life of the Gods."
The Unpopular Mechanic
The first Oswald cartoon to feature the more streamlined, slimmer variation of Manuel Moreno's Oswald.
The Birthday Party
This cartoon celebrates the 10th anniversary of Oswald.
The Wily Weasel
The Playful Pup
Keeper of the Lions
The Mechanical Handy Man
The Mysterious Jug
The Dumb Cluck
The Lamp Lighter
Alternate title: "The Lamplighter
Alternate title: " The Manhunt ".
Yokel Boy Makes Good
The First appearance of Snuffy Skunk, The final appearance of The Dumb Cluck.
Copyrighted as " The Trade Mice ".
Feed the Kitty
The final cartoon in the Oswald series. Oswald appears in two further shorts, Happy Scouts and .
The Egg Cracker Suite
Alex Lovy's directorial debut.
The last Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoon shot in black and white.
The Egg Cracker Suite This title is a play on The Nutcracker Suite, composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Though Oswald's screen career concludes in this cartoon, he would have a long run in comic books and a cameo in and Well Oiled . This was one of the few Oswald cartoons produced in color. Emery Hawkins' first onscreen credit at Walter Lantz Productions, and the only Lantz short directed by Ben Hardaway and Hawkins.
The Woody Woodpecker Polka
The New Disney years [ edit ]
Get a Horse! cartoon. First appearance by Oswald in a Disney cartoon following reacquisition in 2006.
Miscellaneous [ edit ]
Video Games [ edit ]
Internet [ edit ]
Oswald Holiday Greeting Card
Short cartoon. First non-cameo appearance of Oswald since The Egg Cracker Suite.
Feature Films [ edit ]
Big Hero 6 Disney movie. Oswald's second cameo in a film, but the first movie he appeared that was made by Disney. Also a movie based on a Marvel comic.
Television [ edit ]
Mickey Mouse (TV series)
Stayin' Cool Disney animated series. Oswald's first cameo.
Entombed Disney animated series. Oswald appears as a hieroglyphic in a cameo during the episode. Second television appearance.
Canned Disney animated series. Oswald appears in a cameo during the episode. Oswald's third cameo in television.
Year of the Dog Disney animated series. Oswald appears as a marketing billboard for a soda product as "Oswald the Lucky Soda". This marks Oswald's fourth cameo in television.
References [ edit ]
". Archived from Poor Papa at The Encyclopedia of Disney Animated Shorts" the original on 2010-11-27 . Retrieved . 2010-12-12
"幻のディズニー短編、日本にあった ミッキーの「原点" (in Japanese). Livedoor. November 13, 2018 . Retrieved . November 14, 2018
Blair, Gavin (November 14, 2018). "Lost Disney 'Oswald' Cartoon, Precursor to Mickey Mouse, Found in Japan". The Hollywood Reporter . Retrieved . November 14, 2018
"Baxterfilms : I come with Oswald goodies! Storyboard pages for..."
". 'Lost' Disney cartoon Sleigh Bells to be screened" BBC News . Retrieved . November 3, 2015
"Baxterfilms : Storyboard pages for the last of the Disney..."
"Dave Bossert on Instagram: Here is a frame from the climax of HIGH UP. It is the 27th Walt Disney Oswald short that was rediscovered by my friend David Gerstein. There is more information on it in my Oswald book. BTW, if you've got a copy of the Oswald book and like, please consider doing a quick review on Amazon".
"Disney Rarities Reveals the Lost Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Cartoon!".
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"Tex Avery". IMDb.
"The Walter Lantz Cartune Encyclopedia: Miscellaneous Cartunes". goldenagecartoons.com. Archived from the original on 2011-05-14.