Popcorn For Breakfast and Sunday Streets: Singing in Spring

March 08 only

Popcorn for Breakfast is back for

Sunday Streets in the Mission!

Come on out for a *FREE* family-friendly screening! 

This screening is in part to promote the work of our friends Children’s Book Project – please bring a new or gently used children’s book to donate!

Join us for a mix of classic and rare cartoons that feature all the springtime adventures, slapstick hijinks and jaunty melodies that we could cram into 90 minutes.

Image of a cartoon cow on their head and another image of cartoon teapots that are alive getting hot tea put into them.

image of a cartoon mouse screaming into the camera and another image of two cartoon people eating a block of cheese.

Stay in your PJs and head over to the Roxie for popcorn for breakfast while watching an assortment of the best of animated cartoons.


To Spring (Harman-Ising)

Smile Darn Ya (Harman-Ising)

Molly Moo-Cow and the Butterflies (RKO)

Stop That Noise (Fleischer)

Wizard of Oz (Eschbaugh)

Silvery Moon (VanBeuren)

Fiddlesticks (Iwerks)

Corny Concerto (Warner Brothers)

The Swiss Trick (VanBeuren)

Teapot Town (Eschbaugh)

Flies Ain’t Human (Fleischer)

Doggone Tired (MGM)

Pantry Panic (Lantz)


About Children’s Book ProjectA silhouette of a child reads a book while leaning against some upright books.

The Children’s Book Project is a 28-year old San Francisco non-profit that takes books without children and gives them to children without books. With 138,600 free books given last year, the Children’s Book Project anticipates giving away its three millionth book this spring. Bring a new or gently used children’s book to support equity in literacy, learning, and life


Popcorn For Breakfast and Sunday Streets: Singing in Spring: Upcoming Showtimes