Little Red Riding Hood

The year: 1922. The series: “Laugh-O-Gram”. The title: “Little Red Riding Hood”.

Today, July 29, 2013, is the 91st anniversary of the release of the Laugh-O-Gram cartoon Little Red Riding Hood. Here it is straight from This Day in Disney History:

1922:
The first Laugh-O-Gram cartoon Little Red Riding Hood is released. A silent black & white short, it is written, produced, and directed by Walt Disney and animated by Rudolph Ising. It is considered Walt’s first full-length short cartoon as prior to this only minute-long cartoons have been produced.

Now, why don’t you enjoy the YouTube video of the cartoon? After that, make sure you check out the rest of the entries in this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia! Thanks as always goes to my friends Heidi from Heidi’s Head, Jenn from Disney Babies Blog, and Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse for co-hosting with me as well!

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9 Responses to “Little Red Riding Hood – Tiggerific Tuesday!”

  1. Love the classic clips. Can’t believe how old this is and how well it is done for that time. 91 years, amazing. Thanks for hosting us.

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