This collection of free cartoon movies can be watched online or downloaded to your computer and transferred to a mobile device. There is no charge to play or download these cartoons. But, if you want to stream these cartoons on a cell phone connection, read more about mobile players to avoid cell phone charges.
All of these films are children friendly and absolutely free for kids of all ages. EMOL.org (Entertainment Magazine) links to dozens of classic American-produced cartoons are now in the public domain. No registration or subscription is required to play or own these cartoon movies. Find out more about watch and downloading cartoons in the Free Movie FAQ.
These free movies are in the public domain and can be watched online or downloaded without charge.
These free movie trailers are provided to EMOL.org by Fandango.com. Watch trailers of the most popular films showing now or upcoming soon.
Watching any streaming movie using a cellular network may occur extra charges! Cellular cost for streaming video on an iPad, iPhone or Android is expensive. The free option is to download the movie first.
The best option is to download the movie on your PC, then synch it to your mobile device to watch later offline. A Wi-Fi connection, however, usually will not cause extra charges on your device.
Once downloaded, transfer - or synch- the cartoon to mobile devices, MP3 players, Androids, iPods, iPads and iPhones. Some mobiles devices and tablets require certain formats (MPEG) in order to play. Read more about how to watch and download cartoons for mobile players.
The first Looney Toons cartoon short will be seen with "Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore;" the second with "Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole," and the third with "Yogi Bear." Read about the history of American cartoons.
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The Entertainment Magazine (EMOL.org) has been a legitimate and legal resource of free movies for over nine years. EMOL.org is one of the oldest web sites on the Internet- online since 1995. Movies are linked from reliable and approved public domain sources that store free public content.