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"Felix The Cat" Debut With Us In 1919

"Felix the Cat" is a Smooth and cool-animal cartoon character developed in 1919 by Rub Sullivan and also Otto Messmer throughout the silent film period. A human like black feline with white eyes, a black body, and also a large smile, he is one of the most acknowledged cartoon characters in film history. Felix The Cat was a silent film which tried to move to sound in the late 20's but was not to successful and even in the 30's was short lived. Felix Came back to life in 1953 on TV in the United States and had good success. For complete history go here.  
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