Fleischer Studios, later called Famous Studios after being acquired by Paramount, produced seventeen Superman cartoons and were shown to Cinema audiences between 1941 and 1943. For those not acquainted with the history of entertainment, it was typical for movie theatres to show at least one short cartoon before the feature film, which has since been replaced with straight advertising. This was the original venue for the Superman cartoons, though they have appeared on television since then.
The Superman cartoons now reside in the public domain so we've gathered together the complete set of 17 and thrown them together for you on one Dreamcast CD image. The CD contains DCDivX by Mark Dukette, which is an MP3 player and DivX (AVI) movie player for the Dreamcast, this has enabled us to bring you the entire collection of Superman cartoons on one CD, DCDivX also has disc swap capabilities so you can swap the CD with your MP3 or movie collection CD's (please note that your movies will need to be encoded to suit DCDivX's limitations).
The Cartoons: Superman [10:22 mins] September 26, 1941 The Mechanical Monsters [10:14 mins] November 28, 1941 Billion Dollar Limited [8:35 mins] January 9, 1942 The Arctic Giant [8:35 mins] February 27, 1942 The Bulleteers [8:02 mins] March 27, 1942 The Magnetic Telescope [7:38 mins] April 24, 1942 Electric Earthquake [8:42 mins] May 15, 1942 Volcano [7:56 mins] July 10, 1942 Terror on the Midway [8:03 mins] August 28, 1942 Japoteurs [9:05 mins] September 18, 1942 Showdown [8:14 mins] October 16, 1942 Eleventh Hour [7:58 mins] November 20, 1942 Destruction, Inc. [8:32 mins] December 25, 1942 The Mummy Strikes [7:46 mins] February 19, 1943 Jungle Drums [8:00 mins] March 26, 1943 The Underground World [8:13 mins] June 18, 1943 Secret Agent [7:39 mins] July 30, 1943