Bray Cartoon Title Card Gallery
Pathe Era Titles (1913-1915)
Pathe titles from 1913 and 1914.
Rare National Board of Censors introductory title from 1915. Special thanks to Larry Groebe.
Paramount Era Titles (1916-1919)
Rare Paramount-Bray Cartoon introductory title present on the films for at least some of the 1916 season. It has only been seen intact on two prints viewed.
The initial title card design for the 1916 Paramount season.
The final ‘standard’ title card from the Paramount era.
Goldwyn Era Titles (1919-1921)
Title card sequence from 1920. Note the card which crediting International Film Service with production of the film. The second card is missing from most extant films.
Three different title cards for Us Fellers cartoons (1919-1920)
The last Goldwyn title cards: generic cards for the Jerry on the Job, Happy Hooligan, and Judge Rummy series.
Bray Magazine Reissue Titles (ca1922)
Examples of title cards from the Bray Magazine series which were compilations of reissued films sold on a states-rights basis.
Walter Lantz-era Titles (1922-1927)
Some title cards from the second incarnation of Col. Heeza Liar (1922-1924). Each card had a different illustration.
Early Bray Reissues (1929-1930s)
“Hot Dog Cartoons” reissue titles for Pete the Pup and Goodrich Dirt cartoons.
Title card from the 1930s sound reissues of Dinky Doodle cartoons.
Thanks to Dave Stevenson
Title cards from French reissues of Dinky Doodle cartoons, usually with added sound. It is unclear whether these were done by arrangement with Bray.
Keystone Mfg. and Dover Film Corp. 16mm Toy Film Titles (1932-1950s)
Bray Archive Replacement Titles (1940s-1950s)
Two examples of replacement titles prepared by the studio for archival subjects in the old film vault.
Television Titles (1949)
Text for a title card in the TV-era Bray files. It is unclear whether this title was ever shot or used with the cartoons in distribution.
Title cards for Dinky Doodle/Pete the Pup and Unnatural History cartoons and Walter Lantz credit title.
End title card used on most of the TV prints.