Felix Collectibles

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Welcome to Felix Collectibles

Felix the Cat first hit the screen on November 9, 1919, in Feline Follies. The mischievous feline, created by Otto Messmer for the Pat Sullivan Studio, rocketed to fame, holding a spot as the world's most popular cartoon character until the advent of Mickey Mouse. The wild, witty cartoons made during this period included such classics as Felix in Hollywood (1923), Felix Switches Witches (1927), and Comicalamities (1928). They were released by Paramount Pictures (1919-21), M. J. Winkler (1922-25), Educational Pictures (1925-28), First National (1928-29), and Copley Pictures (1929-31).

When his screen career faded in the 1930s, he spent a few decades in a memorable series of comics; during that era, Messmer's assistant Joe Oriolo rose to the forefront, later to produce the TV series about Felix's Magic Bag of Tricks. Today, Felix is everywhere. He is now once again very popular.

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We carry the following: Plushes, Tin toys, Tin signs, Collectible spoons, Vinyl mats, Christmas stockings, Tee-shirts, Stoneware dishes, Bean filled floppy and lots more. If you would like to view our merchandise, Check out our "Merchandise link" here or on the left side of this page. ALL of our items include free shipping anywhere in the United States for orders $14.00 and under. We currently do not ship internationally. Thank you for visiting our site.

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The Felix plush magnet
above and baby Felix
below are just two
of the many items
we stock. Check out our
Merchandise Link button
here or on the
left side of this
page for a complete list.

Did you know that in 1930 Felix becomes the first image broadcast over television from The RCA laboratories. The image of a Felix the Cat doll is used as a test pattern at the opening and closing of NBC's broadcast day for many years.

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