See Hell (disambiguation) for other related uses.

Hell's Kitchen is a Bendy cartoon produced by Joey Drew Studios and presented in Sillyvision. It is produced in the early 1930s with no full date revealed.[1]

In Bendy and the Ink Machine, the cartoon is first seen in posters from Chapter 3: Rise and Fall, and a short clip of it in Chapter 5: The Last Reel.

Characters

Plot

The plot of the entire cartoon is unknown, as there is only a clip of it that exists. The clip shows Bendy slicing a steak into strips, and then putting them onto a frying pan.

Trivia

  • In the poster, Bendy has a bandanna on, but in the short clip, he has his bowtie on. This was either most likely an error or a part on the animator's design choice.
  • The cartoon originates from the winner's entry from the fanart contest that was held before Bendy and the Ink Machine: Chapter 3 was released. The fanart was made by Noisypaperdragon.

Gallery

References

  1. "A dash of spice makes all the differences in this comedic Bendy feature from the early 1930s." - Joey Drew Studios Employee Handbook, page ???


Cartoons
General cartoons Little Devil Darlin'The Dancing DemonSheep Songs!Train TroubleSent From AboveHell in a Hand BasketSiren SerenadeHell's KitchenThe Butcher GangNightmare FaireThe Devil's TreasureDemonic TonicRosemary's BabysitterShowbiz BendyConstruction CorruptionBacon Soup AdCowboy BendyMiscellaneous cartoons
Animated shorts Tombstone PicnicHaunted HijinxSnow SilliesCookie CookinTasty Trio TroublesHellfire FighterCheap Seats
Noncanonical shorts The Original SampleBendy VS Cuphead
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