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Skitzo-Wooly Woods
Author Comick


After much searching, a newly discovered scrap of Skitzo the 1920’s Killer Bear has been found! Dating sometime around 1924, animation historians have found little info on this short's full run time. It seems to have barely played in a few random theaters in Colorado near the Rocky Mountains. Once again, all known full versions of this short were burned once their contents were discovered to have deadly results to viewers.

Despite that, this scrap of the rare “Wooly Woods” short had a mostly intact phonograph cylinder and strange whisperings can be heard under the score when played. It was reported that audience viewers who watched a complete version of "Wooly Woods" would cut holes in their throats and then proceed to lodge rocks and nuts into their necks until they choked to death.

This tiny scrap from "Wooly Woods" was discovered in Colorado. Sadly, the film scrap seems to have been vandalized by writings scrapped into the nitrate itself and whoever had it before decided to abandon it in the woods. Sealed deep in a cave, some rock climbers found it buried under a pile of human and animal bones and possibly left there to decay. Fortunately for us, the cold weather preserved this scrap like a mini freezer and we can discover this old Skitzo cartoon once again!


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Skitzo the 1920s Killer Bear (c) 2008-2018 Crystal Gonzalez
Animated in Flash

Music credits: "Swingin Down the Lane"- Isham Jones cc: public domain



Rated 3 / 5 stars

I liked it, but he kills squirrels (my favorite animal), and its a bit too short, and the ending is too abrupt, but the animation is cool, and the music was a good pick.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Why is Skitzo like this? I don't understand. However, that lack of understanding does add to the creepiness of it all. Pretty good, but not amazing.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ah Childhood


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I like the choice of old music.
Animations not bad.

"eh" its ok.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Always horrorfully cute.

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