A Yarn of Wool (1932) - Watch Online. Directed by Harry Bailey

Genres Animation     Short    
Director        
Country USA
Language English
Plot ... search for A Yarn of Wool on IMDb

Streaming resources for this Harry Bailey Animation, Short Movie

  • A Yarn of Wool (1932) - IMDb

    Directed by Harry Bailey, John Foster. ... Editors' Spotlight Fall TV Premiere Week. Many of your favorite shows are coming back, along with plenty of series premieres.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0147734/

  • A Yarn Of Wool (1932) - Aesop's Fables Theatrical Cartoon Series

    A Yarn Of Wool (1932) - Aesop's Fables Theatrical Cartoon Series A Yarn Of Wool: ... Harry Bailey. Produced By Amadee J. Van Beuren. Originally Released on December 16, 1932. Originally Released Theatrically. Running Time: 7 minutes. Black & White;

    http://www.bcdb.com/cartoon/3499-Yarn_Of_Wool.html

Those are web search results for "A Yarn of Wool 1932" and may change in time. We are not affiliate with any of these websites. If some of the links harm copyright laws please see our DMCA and Copyright page.

Other movies you might find interesting

  • Brownie Bucks the Jungle (1933)

     

      Directors: Harry Bailey   John Foster
     

  • Club Life in the Stone Age (1940)

    A cave-boy comes to woo a cave-girl, but her cave-father is against it. A giant stone valentine is catapulted into her high rise cave, but it hits father instead. In the end, girl clubs boy in a reversal of standard antediluvian courting techniques.

      Directors: Mannie Davis
    Writers: John Foster

  • Fly Frolic (1932)

    Houseflies open a window and fly to the local cabaret, which has been made from a coffeepot. There's good music and good dancing; but everyone is terrified when a monstrous spider walks in. He performs a song, then kidnaps a girl housefly. He takes h...

      Directors: Harry Bailey   John Foster
     

  • Happy Circus Days (1942)

     

      Directors: Connie Rasinski
    Writers: John Foster

  • Making 'Em Move (1931)

     

      Directors: Harry Bailey   John Foster