Bobby Bumps is a series of short subjects featuring one Bobby Bumps character. The series was created by Earl Hurd, who directed and/or animated most of the entries in the series until he left the Bray studios in 1918. The Bobby Bumps cartoons were the first to be produced using the cel animation process. The shorts were produced by Bray Productions, and released by Paramount Pictures as part of it's Paramount Magazine short subject package. The Series ran from 1915-25.