Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon 1972 >

Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon was Australia's first animated feature film,[2] released in 1972 and directed by Eric Porter. The two sequence directors were Porter's animation director Cam Ford (who had previously worked on the Beatles' Yellow Submarine) and Peter Gardiner.

Blowhard 1977 >

This animated short tells the story of J.B. Edwards, an Easterner who went west to create a fuel company called Consolidated Dragons. When the supply of dragons starts drying up, the company's profits are sorely affected and a solution has to be found.

Elf 17 1987 >

Muscat Tyler is the 108th prince of the Galaxy Empire, who is known as the eccentric persons. He travels around the universe accompanying a Walking Arsenal, K.K, and Lu of the Light Wing Race, the strongest creature in the universe. Where they go, there is a trouble.

The Boy and the Snow Goose 1984 >

This animated short tells the story of a young boy who finds an injured snow goose and nurses it back to health. Constant companions through the sun-filled days of summer, the two sadly separate in the fall when the bird obeys the call to join its flock for the annual flight south. Will the friendship endure?

Rain Dance 1988 >

A farming family and their livestock dance during a much-needed downpour in this Quay Brothers short made for Sesame Street.

Petal to the Metal 1992 >

In delivering a bouquet of flowers across town to a stunning starlet named Fawn Deer, a delirious delivery cat named Bonkers D. Bobcat turns a relatively easy assignment into a catalog of catastrophes. Racing against the clock to meet his five-minute delivery deadline, Bonkers encounters a wide array of ridiculous roadblocks, ranging from banana peels to the world's slowest taxi driver, in his frantic attempts to meet the deadline and keep his job.

Deadsy 1990 >

An abstract animation plus a stream-of-consciousness voice-over follow Deadsy as they undergo a sex change.

Croakus Pocus 1971 >

After waiting 400 years for a first kiss, the witch gets impatient and decides to make a brew that will make her attractive. She needs a hair of a frog to complete her brew, so Toro and Pancho is in the chase to avoid being caught by the witch.

Odd Ant Out 1970 >

A grocery truck loses a shipment of chocolate-covered ants. The Aardvark and another green aardvark fight over a can of ants, which they can't seem to open.

Pay Your Buffalo Bill 1973 >

Hoot Kloot tries to arrest Crazywolf for selling medicine without a license. However, Hoot gets a deal on his medicine which makes his strong, though only problem is it wears off quick.

Ten Miles to the Gallop 1973 >

Hoot, thinking it's impossible to catch Crazywolf on his horse Fester, he replaces him with a police-car. Crazywolf of course makes it impossible for him to catch him even with his car.

Big Beef at the O.K. Corral 1974 >

Hoot Kloot is guarding the cattle from the notorious cattle rustler Billy the Kidder. Billy's strange goal? Steal the cows so he can set them free in the wild.

Digging to China 1977 >

Slated for inclusions on the Boston based Infinity Factory educational program alongside Map Projections, Digging to China explores a familiar childhood activity on a global scale.