Lafflets (lost series of Walt Disney animated shorts; 1922-1923)

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A young Walt Disney.

Sometime between 1922 and 1923, after legendary animator Walt Disney made Laugh-O-Grams, he proceeded to create a series of silent animated shorts which he dubbed Lafflets. There is extremely little information available on Lafflets , the only concrete details being the names of the shorts in the series: "Gold in Slow Motion", "Descha's Tryst with the Moon", "Aesthetic Camping", "Reuben's Big Day", "Rescued", "A Star Pitcher", "The Woodland Potter", and "A Pirate for a Day".

All of the Lafflets shorts have been considered lost for many years now, and it is currently unknown if there are even any copies still in existence.