Color Classics is a series of 36 cartoons produced by Fleischer Studios for Paramount Pictures between 1934 and 1941.
They were the studio's answer to Walt Disney's 'Silly Symphonies'.
'Poor Cinderella', the first in the series was photographed using the two-color Cinecolor process. The studio then filmed using two-strip Technicolor and from 1936 onwards three-strip Technicolor was used.
Christmas Comes But Once A YearIt is Christmas at the orphanage, but the children are sad because the toys they have received are broken. Luckily, passing by in his sleigh is Professor Grampy, who has a plan to make their Christmas merry. Originally released: 4 December 1936. Runtime: 8:32.
Dancing On The MoonIt's the ultimate honeymoon, a trip to the moon. A variety of newlywed animals climb on board to enjoy the views and to dance on the moon. Originally released: 12 July 1935. Runtime: 7:38.
Play SafeA young boy is playing with toy trains in his yard, keeping an eye on him is his big old dog. Things take a strange turn when outside the yard a real train stops and the boy climbs aboard. Originally released: 16 October 1936. Runtime: 7:06.