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The following is a complete list of cartoons starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit were produced by Walter Lantz during 1929–1943, making 194 cartoons in total.

The following is a complete list of cartoons starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Walt Disney produced 26 cartoons during 1927–1928, 26 cartoons were produced after Walt Disney's departure during in the Winkler years (1928–1929), and 142 cartoons were produced by Walter Lantz during 1929–1943, making 194 cartoons in total.

ShortsEdit

1929Edit

Film Notes
Race Riot
Oil's Well
Permanent Wave
Cold Turkey Lost cartoon
Pussy Willie Lost cartoon
Amateur Nite Soundtrack still missing.
Hurdy Gurdy
Snow Use
Nutty Notes Lost cartoon
Ozzie of the Circus Lost cartoon

1930Edit

Film Notes
Kounty Fair Soundtrack still missing.
Chilly Con Carmen
Kisses and Kurses Lost cartoon.
Broadway Folly
Bowery Bimbos Lost cartoon, only audio track has survived.
The Hash Shop
The Prison Panic
Tramping Tramps
Hot for Hollywood Soundtrack still missing.
Hells Heels
My Pal Paul
Not So Quiet
Spooks
Cold Feet
Snappy Salesman
Henpecked
The Singing Sap The first cartoon on which Tex Avery was credited as an animator (as Fred Avery).[1]
The Detective
The Fowl Ball Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
The Navy Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Mexico Soundtrack still missing. Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Africa Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Alaska Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Mars Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).

1931Edit

Film Notes
China Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
College Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Shipwreck Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
The Farmer Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
The Fireman Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Sunny South Tex Avery was one of the artists (as Fred Avery).
Country School Soundtrack still missing.
The Bandmaster Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Northwoods
The Stone Age Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Radio Rhythm
Kentucky Belles Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Hot Feet
The Hunter Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Wonderland
The Hare Mail
The Fisherman Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
The Clown

1932Edit

Film Notes
Grandma's Pet Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Mechanical Man Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Wins Out
Beau and Arrows Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Making Good Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Let's Eat
The Winged Horse
Cat Nipped
A Wet Knight
A Jungle Jumble
Day Nurse Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
The Busy Barber Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Carnival Capers Tex Avery was one of the artists (as Fred Avery).
Wild and Woolly
Teacher's Pests

1933Edit

Film Notes
The Plumber Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
The Shriek Tex Avery was one of the artists (as Fred Avery).
Going to Blazes Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Beau Best
Ham and Eggs Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Confidence Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Five and Dime Tex Avery was one of the artists (as Fred Avery).
The Zoo Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
The Merry Old Soul
Parking Space

1934Edit

Film Notes
Chicken Reel
The Candy House
The County Fair
The Toy Shoppe A 1984 colorized version also exists.[2]
Kings Up Tex Avery was one of the artists (as Fred Avery).
Wolf! Wolf!
The Ginger Bread Boy
Goldielocks and the Three Bears
Annie Moved Away Tex Avery was one of the artists (as Fred Avery).
The Wax Works
William Tell
Chris Columbus Jr. Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
The Dizzy Dwarf
Ye Happy Pilgrims
Sky Larks Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Spring in the Park
Toyland Premiere The first Oswald cartoon in color (two-strip Technicolor)

1935Edit

Film Notes
Robinson Crusoe Isle
The Hillbilly
Two Little Lambs
Do a Good Deed
Elmer the Great Dane Tex Avery was one of the animators (as Fred Avery).
Springtime Serenade The second Oswald cartoon in color (two-strip Technicolor)
Towne Hall Follies 1st cartoon directed by Tex Avery (as Fred Avery), he was credited as an animator.
At Your Service
Bronco Buster
Amateur Broadcast
The Quail Hunt 2nd cartoon directed by Tex Avery (as Fred Avery), credited as an animator; he then left for Warner Bros.
Monkey Wretches The last of the old Oswald, who had a black and white fur
Case of the Lost Sheep
Doctor Oswald

1936Edit

Film Notes
Soft Ball Game
Alaska Sweepstakes
Slumberland Express
Beauty Shoppe
The Barnyard Five
Fun House
Farming Fools
Battle Royal
Music Hath Charms
Kiddie Revue
Beachcombers
Night Life of the Bugs
Puppet Show
The Unpopular Mechanic
Gopher Trouble

1937Edit

Film Notes
Everybody Sing
Duck Hunt
The Birthday Party
Trailer Thrills
The Wily Weasel
The Playful Pup
Lovesick
Keeper of the Lions
The Mechanical Handy Man
Football Fever
The Mysterious Jug
The Dumb Cluck

1938Edit

Film Notes
The Lamp Lighter
Man Hunt
Yokel Boy Makes Good
Trade Mice
Feed the Kitty
Happy Scouts

1943Edit

Film Notes
The Egg Cracker Suite The final Oswald cartoon and the third in color (three-strip Technicolor)

References Edit

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