The TV Felix Filmography (1958-Present)

The first Felix TV series was produced in 1958 by Otto Messmer's former assistant, Joe Oriolo. It introduced Felix's famous Magic Bag of Tricks as well as popular characters like The Professor, Vavoom, Master Cylinder, and Poindexter (named after Oriolo's lawyer). Episode titles come from Jeff Lenburg's Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons; I have corrected a few typographical errors.       A more modern TV series came in 1995 with Film Roman's Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat. Thanks to Phil Roman for our checklist of the 1995-96 episodes, to which I've added some summaries. I haven't seen every episode, though, so the synopses aren't complete; nor is the series' 1996-97 second season included (yet). Anyone who'd like to add plot data or other information is welcome to email me.

1958-1961

Trans-Lux Television release
  • The Magic Bag
  • Into Outer Space
  • Abominable Snowman
  • Felix Out West
  • Felix the Cat Suit
  • Electronic Brainwasher
  • Do-It-Yourself Monster Book
  • Blubberino the Whale
  • Ghostly Concert
  • Captain No-Kiddin'
  • Felix in Egypt
  • Detective Thinking Hat
  • Balloon Blower Machine
  • Friday the 13th
  • Stone Making Machine
  • Penelope the Elephant
  • The Money Tree
  • Oil and Indians Don't Mix
  • The Glittering Jewels
  • The Gold Car and County Fair
  • Sheriff Felix Vs. the Gas Cloud
  • Felix's Gold Mine
  • How To Steal a Gold Mine?
  • Private Eye Felix and Pierre Mustache
  • The Gold Fruit Tree
  • The Flying Saucer
  • Felix Baby-sits
  • Instant Money
  • Master Cylinder — King of the Moon
  • The Invisible Professor
  • Venus and the Master Cylinder
  • The Termites of 1960
  • Moo Moo Island Oysters
  • The Mouse and Felix
  • King Neptune's S. O. S.
  • Relax-a-Lawn Chair
  • The African Diamond Affair
  • Felix's Prize Garden
  • "Finally, the Magic Bag is Mine!"
  • Felix and the Rhinoceros
  • Felix-Finder and the Ghost Town
  • Snoopascope, a Magic Bag of Tricks
  • Stone Age Felix
  • The Gold Silkworms
  • Felix and Vavoom
  • The Jubilee Dime
  • Movie Star Felix
  • Youth Water
  • Game Warden Felix
  • Master Cylinder Captures Poindexter
  • Atomic Drive Explosion of Master Cylinder
  • Supertoy
  • The Jewel Bird
  • The Atomic Rocket Fuel
  • The Hairy Berry Bush
  • General Clang and the Secret Rocket Fuel
  • The Rajah's Elephants
  • The Exchanging Machine
  • The Leprechaun
  • The Master Cylinder's Spacegram
  • The Leprechaun's Gold
  • Felix and the Mid-Evil Ages
  • The Capturing of the Leprechaun King
  • Martin the Martian Meets Felix the Cat
  • The Professor's Committed No Crime!
  • The Martian Rescue
  • The Portable Closet
  • Redbeard the Pirate
  • A Museum, the Professor, and Rock Bottom
  • The Professor's Instant Changer
  • The Vacation Mirage
  • Cat-Napped
  • The Sea Monster and Felix
  • The Diamond Tree
  • King of the Leprechauns
  • The Magic Apples
  • Oysters and Starfishes
  • The Haunted House
  • Gold Dipper Vavoom
  • The Wizard and Sir Rock
  • The Coal Diamonds
  • Out West with Big Brownie
  • Love-Sick Squirt Gun
  • Mechanical Felix
  • The Ski Jump
  • Felix and the Beanstalk
  • The Milky Way
  • The Super Rocket Formula
  • The Weather Maker
  • The Giant Magnet
  • The Instant Truck Melter
  • The Pep Pill
  • Leprechaun Gold From Rainbows
  • The Magnetic Ray
  • The Instant Grower
  • The Professor's Ancestor— The Wizard
  • Luring the Magic Bag of Tricks
  • The Uranium Discovery
  • Chief Standing Bull
  • The Strongest Robot in the World
  • Stairway to the Stars
  • Cleaning House
  • Vavoom Learns How to Fish
  • The Golden Nugget
  • The Genie
  • Felix and Poindexter Out West
  • The Bad Genie
  • The Rajah's Zoo
  • The Loan Business
  • A Treasure Chest
  • The Essence of Money
  • Mercury's Winged Sandals
  • The $10,000 Vacation
  • Brother Pebble Bottom
  • The North Pole and a Walrus Hunt
  • Cleopatra's Beauty Secrets
  • The Trip Back from the North Pole
  • The Golden Whale Baby-sitter
  • North Pole Jail Hole
  • Felix the Handyman
  • Public Enemies Number One and Two

1995-96

Film Roman/CBS TV release
  • Space Time Twister: Felix takes a "ghost train" into a mythical and bizarre realm.
  • Guardian Idiot: When he's captured by a demon butcher who'd like to convert him into cat meat, Felix receives help from an unlikely source.
  • Don't String Me Along: Felix discovers that in his cartoon world, he can destroy the outlines of objects and other characters.
  • The Sludge King: Felix travels to an animation studio, where he sees himself in computer-animated form and meets Candy Kitty, the beautiful sister of his dopey pal Rosco. When Rosco falls into a manhole and meets the Sludge King and his bizarre minions, Felix decides to impress the girl by saving her brother.
  • Mars Needs Felix: In search of food, Felix is duped into taking a trip to Mars and being forced to work in a Martian task force.
  • Step Right Up: Felix is at a carnival when the villainous Peeking Duck and his sumo wrestler sidekick, Wun Ton, try to steal his Magic Bag of Tricks.
  • Now Playing — Felix: After longing for beautiful movie queen Natasha Slinky, Felix is absorbed into a movie screen where he disrupts various cinematic goings-on.
  • Jailhouse Shock: Felix and Roscoe are driving through a weird land when they're captured by its rulers and put on trial in a kangaroo court.
  • The Manhattan Triangle: The Bermuda Triangle (depicted as a humanized character) visits New York City, sending Felix's neighborhood into turmoil until things can be straightened out.
  • The Petrified Cheese
  • Middle Aged Felix: Felix and Sheba are cleaning the garage of Sheba's rock-and-rolling grandma when they discover a book of magic spells. A spell transports Felix and Sheba back to the days of Merlin, a wily sorcerer who tries (unsuccessfully) to outsmart Felix.
  • Felix in Psychedelicland: Harmonica expert Felix finds himself behind the times when he and his gal pal, Sheba, are led by a ghost through a strange realm of neo-Sixties lifeforms.
  • Forever Rafter: It's Sheba's birthday and Felix gives her two tickets to a New York Giants game, but their journey to the ballpark turns out to be via canal when flash floods drench the city.
  • Now Boarding
  • Felix Breaks the Bank
  • Order of the Black Cats
  • Noah's Nightclub
  • Felix's Gold Score: Felix rides his walrus David through the wild west. He mines a mountain of its gold (giving it a toothache), is wooed by a humanized cactus, and faces off with ugly desperadoes in a saloon.
  • The Earth Heist: Da King of Dorsal Fin Planet (populated by sharks) captures the Earth for its velcro supply, and it's up to Felix to get it back.
  • Attack of the Tacky: Avian detective Shamus Goldcrow recruits Felix to help him discover why a mysterious ray is turning people's clothing into fish. The trail leads to a mad ex-fashion-designer.
  • Felix in Nitedrop Land: Homeless Felix bunks for the night in a videotape shop and is swallowed by a VCR. Felix interacts with clips from various old movies, then becomes a videotape himself, leading an unwitting family to insert him into their own TV.
  • Shocking Story: During a lightning storm, the Head General of the Lightning Kingdom sends (humanized) bolts down to wage war on Earth. Felix befriends one of the General's minions, but has to send him back after he eats Felix's electrical appliances.
  • Space Case
  • Love at First Slice
  • Peg Leg Felix
  • Gross Ghost
  • Felix's Big Splash
  • Swedish Meatballs
  • Shell Shock: After finding a matinee ticket in a popcorn bucket, Felix befriends the slug Slimo, who is suffering from exhaustion. He helps the invertebrate find rest and a food supply of juicy worms.
  • The Big Hunt: Peeking Duck succeeds in stealing Felix's Magic Bag, then hides it inside Wun Ton's empty head. Then the villainous Duck's off on a trail of evil — which Felix follows to give him his comeuppance.
  • News Blues: Felix reads in the paper that beautiful film femme fatale Natasha Slinky is to appear at the grand opening of the new Pants Museum. A TV reporter hands him a camera and forces him to cover the event, but the camera has a mind of its own and would rather go on a crash course around the city. (This cartoon, featuring a cameo appearance of Poindexter, was originally titled Stop the Presses.)
  • Wet Paint: Felix and Skidoo the mouse cause lots of chaos when they get their hands on an eccentric scientist's 3-D Paint.
  • Copycat: Felix is tricked into exterminating Skidoo from an office building, and tries to make the job easier by using a copy machine to duplicate himself and create helpers. Unfortunately, even the copied cats don't realize Skidoo has some tricks of his own.

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Last updated 22 July 2007

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