Like the time he tried to kill himself after he thought Minnie cheated on him.
Who knew the Mouse had it in him to be so sly.
In honor of everyone’s favorite short-tempered mallard turning the big 8-0, the folks over D23 shared these exclusive rarely seen story sketches from the never-produced The Delivery Boy cartoon.
Interest in the films appears to have caused the British Council’s website to crash.
From as early as 1916, the ladies have been gettin’ it done.
Because life was better in black and white.
You know that the New Girl pair are soulmates, but do you know how you know?
It just might change how you view these classics.
And it’s weirdly awesome.
Go away, e-cards. These relics of the past are a million times sweeter.
MOMA isn’t the only institution to house famous works by Salvador Dalí and Andy Warhol.
Here’s what the iconic SF landscape looked like in the 1930s. Also, heights: scary.
These are all still 100% applicable today.
How do you say “Can’t sleep, clown will eat me” in French?
“Th-th-th-that’s all folks!”
The lyrics to Lucille Bogan’s 1935 song, “Shave ‘Em Dry,” are so explicit they would make even Prince blush. (Lyrics NSFW)
One still very popular board game has been around since before the Civil War.
Luckily the creepy killer robot did not come to fruition. Yet.
These wonderful photos will transport you to beautiful pre-war Paris.
Your favorite characters are almost unrecognizable in these early sketches and concept art.
A 1938 Popular Mechanics article tried to prove that cats could make excellent nannies.
You and I have been constantly misquoting them our entire lives.
The National Gallery of Art’s, Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop exhibit, is a fascinating look at manipulated photography before the digital age.
Prohibition gave us both booze cruises and Boardwalk Empire. Also, the KKK was a big fan.
This beloved classic movie has many fans, including one very evil person.
15 Photos from the 1930s. Enter the time machine.
They weren’t created to destroy us, just pose with us.
Looks more like Miss “Swimsuit Cannibal.” Early 1930s, Florida.
These depression-era kids didn’t let their problems keep them down.
Harmless-looking now but at the time, they were definitely boundary-pushing. Illustrated by legendary pin-up artist George Petty.