Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography (1940–49)

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This is a listing of all the animated shorts released by Warner Bros. under the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies banners between 1940 and 1949.

A total of 307 shorts were released during the 1940s.

Identification numbers

Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons were each assigned identification numbers that would appear directly on title cards shown at the beginning of each short. These numbers included cartoon studio production numbers, Vitaphone release numbers, Blue Ribbon re-release numbers, and MPAA certificate numbers. Not all of these types of numbers were listed in the title cards of every cartoon and the numbering schemes were sometimes inconsistent. For example, until 1943 cartoons listed Vitaphone release numbers but not cartoon studio production numbers. These release numbers, in turn, increased to 9999 but then restarted at 1. Complicating matters was the Warner Bros. Blue Ribbon re-release program, in which some cartoons were re-released in theaters with new title cards that often removed original production credits and substituted production or release numbers with new re-release numbers. In many cases, the Blue Ribbon releases are the only available prints of a cartoon, making it challenging to discern these cartoons' correct original production information.[1]

In the list below, Blue Ribbon re-release numbers are noted with "BR" and Vitaphone release numbers are noted with "VP".

1940

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
271 Porky's Last Stand LT Robert Clampett Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 9158 Jan. 6, 1940 No
272 The Early Worm Gets the Bird MM Fred Avery 9103,
BR 1318
Jan. 13, 1940 Yes
273 Africa Squeaks LT Robert Clampett Porky 9160 Jan. 27, 1940 No
274 Mighty Hunters MM Charles Jones 9363,
BR 1314
Jan. 27, 1940 Yes
275 Busy Bakers MM Ben Hardaway
Cal Dalton
9153 Feb. 10, 1940 Yes
  • Final cartoon directed by Ben Hardaway and Cal Dalton.
276 Ali-Baba Bound LT Robert Clampett Porky 9364 Feb. 10, 1940[2]:424 No
277 Elmer's Candid Camera MM Charles Jones Elmer Fudd, Happy Rabbit 9371 Mar. 2, 1940 No
  • First appearance of Elmer Fudd.
278 Pilgrim Porky LT Robert Clampett Porky 9368 Mar. 16, 1940 No
279 Cross Country Detours MM Fred Avery 9423 Mar. 16, 1940 Yes
280 Confederate Honey MM I. Freleng Elmer 9365 Mar. 30, 1940 No
281 The Bear's Tale MM Fred Avery 9369,
BR 2-13
Apr. 13, 1940 Yes
282 Slap-Happy Pappy LT Robert Clampett Porky 9370 Apr. 13, 1940 No
283 Porky's Poor Fish LT Robert Clampett Porky 9372 Apr. 27, 1940 No
284 The Hardship of Miles Standish MM I. Freleng Elmer 9373 Apr. 27, 1940 No
285 Sniffles Takes a Trip MM Charles Jones Sniffles 9367,
BR 1315
May 11, 1940[2]:425 Yes
286 You Ought to Be in Pictures LT I. Freleng Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 9366 May 18, 1940 No
287 A Gander at Mother Goose MM Fred Avery 9535 May 25, 1940 No
288 Tom Thumb in Trouble MM Charles Jones 9425,
BR 1175
Jun. 8, 1940 Yes
289 The Chewin' Bruin LT Robert Clampett Porky 9534 Jun. 8, 1940 No
290 Circus Today MM Fred Avery 9593 Jun. 22, 1940 Yes
291 Little Blabbermouse MM I. Freleng Little Blabbermouse 9159 Jul. 6, 1940 Yes
292 Porky's Baseball Broadcast LT Isadore Freleng Porky 9536 Jul. 6, 1940 No
293 The Egg Collector MM Charles Jones Sniffles 9595 Jul. 20, 1940 Yes
294 A Wild Hare MM Fred Avery Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 9617 Jul. 27, 1940 Yes
  • Also known as The Wild Hare
  • First appearance of Bugs Bunny.
  • First pairing of Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd.
295 Ghost Wanted MM Charles Jones 9537 Aug. 10, 1940 No
296 Patient Porky LT Robert Clampett Porky 9538 Aug. 24, 1940 No
297 Ceiling Hero MM Fred Avery 9361[3]:260 Aug. 24, 1940 No
298 Malibu Beach Party MM I. Freleng 9633 Sep. 14, 1940 No
299 Calling Dr. Porky LT I. Freleng Porky 9616 Sep. 21, 1940 No
300 Stage Fright MM Charles Jones The Curious Puppies 9757 Sep. 28, 1940 Yes
301 Prehistoric Porky LT Robert Clampett Porky 9614 Oct. 12, 1940 No
302 Holiday Highlights MM Fred Avery 9637 Oct. 12, 1940 No
303 Good Night, Elmer MM Charles Jones Elmer 9775 Oct. 26, 1940 No
304 The Sour Puss LT Robert Clampett Porky 9634 Nov. 2, 1940 No
305 Wacky Wildlife MM Fred Avery 9759,
BR 1316
Nov. 9, 1940 Yes
306 Bedtime for Sniffles MM Charles Jones Sniffles 9635 Nov. 23, 1940 Yes
307 Porky's Hired Hand LT I. Freleng Porky 9636 Nov. 30, 1940 No
308 Of Fox and Hounds MM Fred Avery Willoughby 9771,
BR 1362
Dec. 7, 1940 Yes
309 The Timid Toreador LT Robert Clampett
Norman McCabe
Porky 9638 Dec. 21, 1940 No
  • Hand-traced color version
310 Shop Look & Listen MM I. Freleng Little Blabbermouse 9639 Dec. 21, 1940 No

1941

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
311 Elmer's Pet Rabbit MM Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 9769 Jan. 4, 1941 No
  • First Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Chuck Jones.
312 Porky's Snooze Reel LT Robert Clampett
Norman McCabe
Porky 9772 Jan. 11, 1941 No
313 The Fighting 69½th MM I. Freleng 9773,
BR 1319
Jan. 18, 1941 Yes
314 Sniffles Bells the Cat MM Charles M. Jones Sniffles 9855 Feb. 1, 1941 Yes
315 The Haunted Mouse LT Fred Avery 9774 Feb. 15, 1941 No
316 The Crackpot Quail MM Fred Avery Willoughby 9853 Feb. 15, 1941 No
317 The Cat's Tale MM I. Freleng 9859 Mar. 1, 1941 Yes
318 Joe Glow, the Firefly LT Charles M. Jones 9784 Mar. 8, 1941

N/A

No
319 Tortoise Beats Hare MM Fred Avery Bugs Bunny, Cecil Turtle 9937 Mar. 15, 1941 No
320 Porky's Bear Facts LT I. Freleng Porky 9806[3]:264 Mar. 29, 1941 No
321 Goofy Groceries MM Robert Clampett 9851 Mar. 29, 1941 Yes
  • Final Merrie Melodies cartoon to use the 1940-41 opening rendition and 1938-41 closing rendition of Merrily We Roll Along
322 Toy Trouble MM Charles M. Jones Sniffles 9949,
BR 1176
Apr. 12, 1941 Yes
  • First Merrie Melodies cartoon to use the 1941-45 opening rendition and 1941-55 closing rendition of Merrily We Roll Along
323 Porky's Preview LT Fred Avery Porky 9808 Apr. 19, 1941 No
324 The Trial of Mr. Wolf MM I. Freleng 9939,
BR 1364
Apr. 26, 1941 Yes
325 Porky's Ant LT Charles M. Jones Porky 9888 May 10, 1941 No
326 Farm Frolics MM Robert Clampett 9857,
BR 1178
May 10, 1941 Yes
327 Hollywood Steps Out MM Fred Avery 9951 May 24, 1941 Yes
328 A Coy Decoy LT Robert Clampett Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 9938 Jun. 7, 1941 No
329 Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt MM I. Freleng Bugs 9953 Jun. 7, 1941 Yes
  • First Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Friz Freleng.
330 Porky's Prize Pony LT Charles M. Jones Porky 9940 Jun. 21, 1941 No
331 The Wacky Worm MM I. Freleng 93 Jun. 21, 1941 Yes
332 Meet John Doughboy LT Robert Clampett Porky 74 Jul. 5, 1941 No
333 The Heckling Hare MM Fred Avery Bugs Bunny, Willoughby the Dog 75 Jul. 5, 1941 No
334 Inki and the Lion MM Charles M. Jones Inki, Mynah bird 79 Jul. 19, 1941 Yes
335 Aviation Vacation MM Fred Avery 91 Aug. 2, 1941 No
336 We, the Animals Squeak! LT Robert Clampett Porky 76 Aug. 9, 1941 No
337 Sport Chumpions MM I. Freleng 77 Aug. 16, 1941 No
338 The Henpecked Duck LT Robert Clampett Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 78 Aug. 30, 1941 No
339 Snowtime for Comedy MM Charles M. Jones Two Curious Puppies 95,
BR 1254
Aug. 30, 1941 Yes
340 All This and Rabbit Stew MM Fred Avery (uncredited) Bugs 173 Sep. 13, 1941[4]:102 No
341 Notes to You LT I. Freleng Porky Pig 174 Sep. 20, 1941 No
342 The Brave Little Bat MM Charles M. Jones Sniffles 177,
BR 1252
Sep. 27, 1941 Yes
343 The Bug Parade MM Fred Avery 211,
BR 1262
Oct. 11, 1941 Yes
344 Robinson Crusoe, Jr. LT Norman McCabe Porky 172 Oct. 25, 1941 No
345 Rookie Revue MM I. Freleng 353 Oct. 25, 1941 No
346 Saddle Silly MM Charles M. Jones 213 Nov. 8, 1941 No
347 Porky's Midnight Matinee LT Charles M. Jones Porky 192 Nov. 22, 1941 No
348 The Cagey Canary MM Fred Avery (uncredited)
Robert Clampett (uncredited)
225 Nov. 22, 1941 Yes
  • Planned by Tex Avery and finished by Bob Clampett.
349 Rhapsody in Rivets MM I. Freleng 175,
BR 1365
Dec. 6, 1941 Yes
350 Wabbit Twouble MM Robert Clampett (credited as Wobert Cwampett) Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 413 Dec. 20, 1941 No
  • First use of the 'fat' Elmer.
  • First Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Bob Clampett.
351 Porky's Pooch LT Robert Clampett Porky 176 Dec. 27, 1941 No

1942

This year marks the beginning of production of color Looney Tunes. For this year and next, most would still be in black and white.

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
352 Hop Skip and a Chump MM I. Freleng 223 Jan. 3, 1942 Yes
353 Porky's Pastry Pirates LT I. Freleng Porky Pig 226 Jan. 17, 1942 No
354 The Bird Came C.O.D. MM Charles M. Jones Conrad 351 Jan. 17, 1942 No
  • First appearance of Conrad the Cat
355 Aloha Hooey MM Fred Avery (uncredited)
Robert Clampett (uncredited)
227 Jan. 31, 1942[5]:17 No
  • Planned by Tex Avery and finished by Bob Clampett
356 Who's Who in the Zoo LT Norman McCabe Porky 224 Feb. 14, 1942 No
357 Porky's Cafe LT Charles M. Jones Porky Pig, Conrad 444 Feb. 21, 1942 No
358 Conrad the Sailor MM Charles M. Jones Daffy Duck, Conrad 415 Feb. 28, 1942 No
359 Crazy Cruise MM Fred Avery (uncredited)
Robert Clampett (uncredited)
Bugs Bunny (cameo) 445 Mar. 14, 1942 No
  • Planned by Tex Avery and finished by Bob Clampett
360 The Wabbit Who Came to Supper MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 573 Mar. 28, 1942 No
  • Features the 'fat' Elmer.
361 Saps in Chaps LT I. Freleng 446 Apr. 11, 1942
  • N/A
No
362 Horton Hatches the Egg MM Robert Clampett 441 Apr. 11, 1942 Yes
363 Dog Tired MM Charles M. Jones Two Curious Puppies 417 Apr. 25, 1942 No
364 Daffy's Southern Exposure LT Norman McCabe Daffy Duck 442 May 2, 1942 No
365 The Wacky Wabbit MM Robert Clampett Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 603 May 2, 1942 No
  • Features the 'fat' Elmer
366 The Draft Horse MM Charles M. Jones 575 May 9, 1942 No
367 Lights Fantastic MM I. Freleng 443 May 23, 1942 No
368 Nutty News LT Robert Clampett 772 May 23, 1942
  • iTunes/Amazon Video
No
369 Hold the Lion, Please MM Charles M. Jones Bugs 609 Jun. 6, 1942[2]:426[5]:163 No
370 Hobby Horse-Laffs LT Norman McCabe 768 Jun. 6, 1942
  • N/A
No
371 Gopher Goofy LT Norman McCabe 440 Jun. 27, 1942
  • N/A
No
372 Double Chaser MM I. Freleng Hector 607,
BR 1181
Jun. 27, 1942 Yes
373 Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid MM Robert Clampett Bugs Bunny, Beaky Buzzard 605 Jul. 11, 1942 No
374 Wacky Blackout LT Robert Clampett 778 Jul. 11, 1942 No
375 Foney Fables MM I. Freleng 625 Aug. 1, 1942 No
376 The Ducktators LT Norman McCabe 770 Aug. 1, 1942 No
377 The Squawkin' Hawk MM Charles M. Jones Henery 627 Aug. 8, 1942 Yes
378 Fresh Hare MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 629 Aug. 22, 1942 No
  • Final use of the 'fat' Elmer
379 Eatin' on the Cuff or The Moth Who Came to Dinner LT Robert Clampett 798 Aug. 22, 1942 No
380 Fox Pop MM Charles M. Jones 721 Sep. 5, 1942 Yes
381 The Impatient Patient LT Norman McCabe Daffy 774 Sep. 5, 1942 No
382 The Dover Boys at Pimento University or The Rivals of Roquefort Hall MM Charles M. Jones Dover Boys 631 Sep. 19, 1942[2]:427 No
  • Also known by the shortened title The Dover Boys.
383 The Hep Cat LT Robert Clampett Willoughby (Rosebud name) 776,
BR 1177
Oct. 3, 1942 Yes
  • First color Looney Tunes short
384 The Sheepish Wolf MM I. Freleng 719,
BR 1180
Oct. 17, 1942 Yes
385 The Daffy Duckaroo LT Norman McCabe Daffy 802 Oct. 24, 1942
  • N/A
No
386 The Hare-Brained Hypnotist MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 723 Oct. 31, 1942 No
387 A Tale of Two Kitties MM Robert Clampett Babbit and Catstello, Tweety 725 Nov. 21, 1942 Yes
388 Ding Dog Daddy MM I. Freleng Willoughby 825 Dec. 5, 1942 No
389 My Favorite Duck LT Charles M. Jones Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 1085,
BR 1179
Dec. 5, 1942 Yes
  • In color
390 Case of the Missing Hare MM Charles M. Jones Bugs 829 Dec. 12, 1942 No

1943

The Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies re-release program starts this year. Previous color Merrie Melodies shorts would be re-released with the original credits cut. In addition, four more Looney Tunes shorts were produced in 3-hue Technicolor. The series would go into full color the following year.

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
391 Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs MM Robert Clampett 827 Jan. 16, 1943 No
392 Confusions of a Nutzy Spy LT Norman McCabe Porky 804 Jan. 23, 1943 No
393 Pigs in a Polka MM I. Freleng 1100 Feb. 2, 1943[4]:137[6] Yes
394 Tortoise Wins by a Hare MM Robert Clampett Bugs Bunny, Cecil Turtle 915 Feb. 20, 1943 No
395 To Duck or Not to Duck LT Charles M. Jones Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd 800 Mar. 6, 1943 No
  • In color
  • First cartoon to pair Daffy and Elmer
396 The Fifth-Column Mouse MM I. Freleng 913,
BR 1182
Mar. 6, 1943 Yes
  • Reissued as Fifth Column Mouse
397 Flop Goes the Weasel MM Charles M. Jones 1112 Mar. 20, 1943 Yes
398 Hop and Go LT Norman McCabe 1054 Mar. 27, 1943 No
399 Super-Rabbit MM Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny 1029 Apr. 3, 1943 No
400

The Unbearable Bear

MM Charles M. Jones Sniffles 995,
BR 1228
Apr. 17, 1943 Yes
401 The Wise Quacking Duck LT Robert Clampett Daffy 1056 May 1, 1943 No
  • In color
402 Greetings Bait MM I. Freleng 973 May 15, 1943 Yes
403 Tokio Jokio LT Cpl. Norman McCabe 1058 May 15, 1943
  • N/A
No
404 Yankee Doodle Daffy LT I. Freleng Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 1048 Jun. 5, 1943[2]:427[5]:391 Song: Yankee Doodle Daffy the Musical No
  • In color
405 Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk MM I. Freleng Bugs 993 Jun. 12, 1943 No
406 The Aristo-Cat MM Charles M. Jones Hector, Claude, Hubie and Bertie 1031,
BR 1229
Jun. 19, 1943 Yes
  • First appearances of Hubie, Bertie and Claude Cat
407 Wackiki Wabbit MM Charles M. Jones Bugs 1051 Jul. 3, 1943 No
408 Porky Pig's Feat LT Frank Tashlin Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny (cameo) 11-13 Jul. 17, 1943 No
409 Tin Pan Alley Cats MM Bob Clampett 975 Jul. 17, 1943 No
410 Scrap Happy Daffy LT Frank Tashlin Daffy 10-13 Aug. 21, 1943 No
411 Hiss and Make Up MM I. Freleng 3-13,
VP 1149[3]:279
Sep. 11, 1943 Yes
412 A Corny Concerto MM Robert Clampett Elmer Fudd, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 19-12 Sep. 18, 1943 No
413 Fin'n Catty MM Charles M. Jones Claude 21-12,
VP 1164[3]:279
Oct. 23, 1943 Yes
414 Falling Hare MM Robert Clampett Bugs Bunny, The Gremlin 8-13 Oct. 30, 1943 No
415 Inki and the Minah Bird MM Charles M. Jones Inki, Mynah bird 23-12,
VP 1175[3]:279
Nov. 13, 1943 Yes
416 Daffy - The Commando LT I. Freleng Daffy, Adolf Hitler 12-13 Nov. 20, 1943[5]:85 No
  • In color
417 An Itch in Time MM Robert Clampett Elmer, Willoughby, A. Flea 24-12,
VP 1177[3]:279
Dec. 4, 1943 Yes
418 Puss n' Booty LT Frank Tashlin 13-13 Dec. 18, 1943 No
  • Final black-and-white cartoon by Warner Bros.

1944

Leon Schlesinger sold his cartoon studio to Warner Bros. in 1944; Eddie Selzer took over as producer after Buckaroo Bugs was released.

Beginning this year, all cartoons are in color.

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
419 Little Red Riding Rabbit MM I. Freleng Bugs 25-12 Jan. 1, 1944 No
  • First cartoon in which Mel Blanc gets on-screen credit.
420 What's Cookin' Doc? MM Robert Clampett Bugs 22-12 Jan. 8, 1944 No
421 Meatless Flyday MM I. Freleng 1-13 Jan. 29, 1944 No
422 Tom Turk and Daffy LT Charles M. Jones Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tom Turk 1-14 Feb. 12, 1944 No
423 Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears MM Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny, Three Bears 2-13 Feb. 26, 1944 No
424 I Got Plenty of Mutton LT Frank Tashlin 2-14 Mar. 11, 1944 No
425 The Weakly Reporter MM Charles M. Jones 6-13 Mar. 25, 1944 No
426 Tick Tock Tuckered LT Robert Clampett Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 3-14,
VP 1209,[3]:280
BR 1184
Apr. 8, 1944 Yes
427 Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips MM I. Freleng Bugs 4-13 Apr. 22, 1944 No
  • No longer shown on American television due to World War II ethnic stereotyping of Japanese people.
428 Swooner Crooner LT Frank Tashlin Porky 2-15,
VP 1225[3]:281
May 6, 1944 Yes
  • Academy Award nominee
429 Russian Rhapsody MM Robert Clampett 26-12 May 20, 1944 No
430 Duck Soup to Nuts LT I. Freleng Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 5-14,
VP 1237,[3]:281
BR 1227
May 27, 1944 Yes
431 Angel Puss LT Charles M. Jones Claude 4-14 Jun. 3, 1944 No
  • One of the Censored Eleven.
  • First Warner Bros. cartoon with the "Direction" credit, replacing the "Supervision" credit seen on previous cartoons.
432 Slightly Daffy MM I. Freleng Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 20-12,
VP 1241,[3]:281
BR 1224
Jun. 17, 1944 Yes
  • Color remake of Scalp Trouble (1939).
433 Hare Ribbin' MM Robert Clampett Bugs Bunny, Willoughby 10-13 Jun. 24, 1944 No
  • This film has 2 alternate endings. One is shown as a feature on Volume 5 of the Golden Collection
434 Brother Brat LT Frank Tashlin Porky 6-14 Jul. 15, 1944 No
435 Hare Force MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Willoughby (Sylvester name) 9-13 Jul. 22, 1944 No
436 From Hand to Mouse LT Charles M. Jones 9-14,
VP 1257,[3]:282
BR 1255
Aug. 5, 1944 Yes
437 Birdy and the Beast MM Robert Clampett Tweety, Hector 5-13 Aug. 19, 1944 No
438 Buckaroo Bugs LT Robert Clampett Bugs Bunny, Red Hot Ryder 7-14 Aug. 26, 1944 No
  • Final Looney Tunes cartoon produced by Leon Schlesinger.
439 Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears MM I. Freleng 13-13,
VP 1265,[3]:282
BR 1253
Sep. 2, 1944 Yes
  • One of the Censored Eleven.
  • First Merrie Melodies cartoon produced by Eddie Selzer.
440 Plane Daffy LT Frank Tashlin Daffy Duck, Hatta Mari 8-14 Sep. 16, 1944 No
  • First Looney Tunes cartoon produced by Eddie Selzer.
441 Lost and Foundling MM Charles M. Jones Sniffles 1-14,
VP 1271,[3]:282
BR 1187
Sep. 30, 1944 Yes
442 Booby Hatched LT Frank Tashlin 10-14,
VP 1273,[3]:282
BR 1185
Oct. 14, 1944 Yes
443 The Old Grey Hare MM Robert Clampett Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 11-13 Oct. 28, 1944 No
444 The Stupid Cupid LT Frank Tashlin Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd 12-14,
VP 1278,[3]:283
BR 1232
Nov. 25, 1944 Yes
445 Stage Door Cartoon MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 12-13 Dec. 30, 1944[2]:428[4]:156 No

1945

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
446 Odor-able Kitty LT Charles M. Jones Pepé 11-14,
VP 1293,[3]:283
BR 1230
Jan. 6, 1945 Yes
447 Herr Meets Hare MM I. Freleng Bugs, Adolf Hitler 7-13 Jan. 13, 1945 No
448 Draftee Daffy LT Robert Clampett Daffy 1-15 Jan. 27, 1945 No
449 The Unruly Hare MM Frank Tashlin Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 4-14 Feb. 10, 1945 No
  • One of two Bugs Bunny cartoons directed by Frank Tashlin.
450 Trap Happy Porky LT Charles M. Jones Claude Cat, Hubie & Bertie, Hector, Porky Pig 9-15,
BR 1186
Feb. 24, 1945 Yes
451 Life with Feathers MM I. Freleng Sylvester 2-14,
VP 1313,[3]:284
BR 1231
Mar. 24, 1945 Yes
452 Behind the Meat-Ball LT Frank Tashlin (uncredited) Hector, Fido 13-14 Apr. 7, 1945 No
453 Hare Trigger MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam 9-14 May 5, 1945 No
  • First appearance of Yosemite Sam.
  • First pairing of Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam.
  • First cartoon with full credits.
  • First Merrie Melodies cartoon to use the 1945-55 opening rendition of Merrily We Roll Along
454 Ain't That Ducky LT I. Freleng Daffy 5-15,
VP 1321,[3]:284
BR 1313
May 19, 1945 Yes
455 A Gruesome Twosome MM Robert Clampett Tweety, Captain and Snooks, Hector 3-14 Jun. 9, 1945 No
  • Final appearance of Tweety Bird without feathers.
  • Final Tweety cartoon directed by Bob Clampett.
456 Tale of Two Mice LT Frank Tashlin (uncredited) Babbit and Catstello (mice versions) 7-15,
VP 1334,[3]:284
BR 1309
Jun. 30, 1945 Yes
  • Reissued as A Tale of Two Mice
457 Wagon Heels MM Robert Clampett Porky Pig 6-14 Jul. 28, 1945 No
  • Color remake of Injun Trouble (1938)
458 Hare Conditioned LT Charles M. Jones Bugs 5-14 Aug. 11, 1945 No
  • Only post-Schlesinger Bugs short with the Porky Pig drum ending.
459 Fresh Airedale MM Charles M. Jones 3-15,
VP 1362,[3]:285
BR 1259
Aug. 25, 1945 Yes
460 The Bashful Buzzard LT Robert Clampett Beaky 4-15,
VP 1356,[3]:285
BR 1310
Sep. 15, 1945[2]:428[5]:34 Yes
  • Followup to 1942's Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid
461 Peck Up Your Troubles MM I. Freleng Sylvester, Hector 10-15,
VP 1359,[3]:285
BR 1233
Oct. 20, 1945 Yes
  • First appearance of Hector
462 Hare Tonic LT Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd L-8-14 Nov. 10, 1945 No
  • One of two cartoons with the special Bugs Bunny Looney Tunes drum ending.
463 Nasty Quacks MM Frank Tashlin (uncredited) Daffy Duck, Melissa Duck 11-15 Dec. 1, 1945 No
  • First appearance of Melissa Duck

1946

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
464 Book Revue LT Robert Clampett Daffy 8-15,
BR 1234
Jan. 5, 1946 Yes
  • Reissued as Book Review
465 Baseball Bugs LT I. Freleng Bugs 12-14 Feb. 2, 1946 No
  • One of two cartoons with the special Bugs Bunny Looney Tunes drum ending.
466 Holiday for Shoestrings MM I. Freleng 7-14 Feb. 23, 1946 Yes
467 Quentin Quail MM Charles M. Jones Quentin Quail 6-15 Mar. 2, 1946 No
468 Baby Bottleneck LT Robert Clampett Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Drunked stork 12-15,
BR 1256
Mar. 16, 1946 Yes
469 Hare Remover MM Frank Tashlin (uncredited) Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 10-14 Mar. 23, 1946 No
  • Last Warner Bros. cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin.
  • One of two Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin.
470 Daffy Doodles LT Robert McKimson Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 13-15,
VP 1407,[3]:287
BR 1307
Apr. 6, 1946 Yes
  • First cartoon directed by Robert McKimson.
471 Hollywood Canine Canteen MM Robert McKimson 11-14 Apr. 20, 1946 No
472 Hush My Mouse LT Charles M. Jones Sniffles 13-14,
BR 1258
May 4, 1946 Yes
  • Final Looney Tunes cartoon with the 1939-46 Porky Pig drum ending, final Looney Tunes cartoon with the Porky Pig drum ending theme in general and final Looney Tunes cartoon with the 1941-46 ending rendition of The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down.
473 Hair-Raising Hare MM Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny, Gossamer 1-15 May 25, 1946 No
  • First appearance of Gossamer
474 Kitty Kornered LT Robert Clampett Porky Pig, Sylvester 1-16 Jun. 8, 1946 No
  • First cartoon to co-star Porky and Sylvester
  • Only Sylvester cartoon directed by Bob Clampett
  • First color Looney Tunes cartoon to use the written "That's all Folks!", similar to the Merrie Melodies series.
475 Hollywood Daffy MM Friz Freleng (uncredited) Daffy 2-15 Jun. 22, 1946 No
476 Acrobatty Bunny LT Robert McKimson Bugs 3-15 Jun. 29, 1946 No
  • First Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Robert McKimson.
  • Final Looney Tunes cartoon with the 1945-46 opening rendition of The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down.
477 The Eager Beaver MM Charles M. Jones Eager Beaver 2-16,
VP 1475,[3]:289
BR 1354
Jul. 13, 1946 Yes
478 The Great Piggy Bank Robbery LT Robert Clampett Daffy M-4-15 Jul. 20, 1946 No
  • Final Porky Pig and Daffy Duck cartoon directed by Bob Clampett.
  • First Looney Tunes cartoon with the 1946-55 opening and closing renditions of The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down.
479 Bacall to Arms MM Robert Clampett (uncredited, planned),
Arthur Davis (uncredited, finished)
1017 Aug. 3, 1946 No
480 Of Thee I Sting LT I. Freleng 3-16,
VP 1488,[3]:289
BR 1260
Aug. 17, 1946 Yes
481 Walky Talky Hawky MM Robert McKimson Foghorn Leghorn, Henery, Barnyard Dawg 4-16,
VP 1490,[3]:290
BR 1353
Aug. 31, 1946 Yes
482 Racketeer Rabbit LT I. Freleng Bugs Bunny M-5-15 Sep. 14, 1946 No
483 Fair and Worm-er MM Charles M. Jones Pepé Le Pew (cameo) 5-16,
VP [3]:290
BR 1401
Sep. 28, 1946 Yes
484 The Big Snooze LT Robert Clampett (uncredited) Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd L-6-16 Oct. 5, 1946 No
485 The Mouse-Merized Cat MM Robert McKimson Babbit and Catstello (mice versions) 7-15,
VP 1496,[3]:290
BR 1404
Oct. 19, 1946 Yes
486 Mouse Menace LT Arthur Davis Porky 1028,
VP 1499,[3]:290
BR 1358
Nov. 2, 1946 Yes
487 Rhapsody Rabbit MM I. Freleng Bugs 1040 Nov. 9, 1946 No
488 Roughly Squeaking LT Charles M. Jones Claude, Hubie and Bertie, Hector 7-16,
VP 1503,[3]:290
BR 1357
Nov. 23, 1946 Yes

1947

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
489 One Meat Brawl MM Robert McKimson Barnyard Dawg, Porky 1015,
VP 1508,[3]:290
BR 1360
Jan. 18, 1947 Yes
  • First Barnyard Dawg cartoon without Foghorn Leghorn. In his shorts with Porky Pig, he is called "George P. Dog".
490 The Goofy Gophers LT Bob Clampett (uncredited, planned)
Arthur Davis (uncredited, finished)
Goofy Gophers, Bugs Bunny (cameo) 1021,
VP 1514,[3]:290
BR 1375
Jan. 25, 1947 Yes
  • First appearance of the Goofy Gophers
  • Planned by Bob Clampett and finished by Arthur Davis.
491 The Gay Anties MM I. Freleng 8-15,
VP 1522,[3]:290
BR 1351
Feb. 15, 1947 Yes
492 Scent-imental Over You LT Charles M. Jones Pepé 1016,
VP 1523,[3]:290
BR 1356
Mar. 8, 1947 Yes
493 A Hare Grows in Manhattan MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Hector 1020 Mar. 22, 1947[2]:429 No
494 Birth of a Notion LT Robert McKimson Daffy Duck 1018,
VP 1530,[3]:291
BR 1352
Apr. 12, 1947 Yes
495 Tweetie Pie MM Bob Clampett (planned)
I. Freleng (finished)
Sylvester, Tweety 1026,
VP 1534,[3]:291
BR 1374
May 3, 1947 Yes
  • First pairing of Sylvester and Tweety.
  • First time that Tweety has feathers.
  • First Warner Bros. cartoon to win an Oscar.
  • First Tweety cartoon directed by Friz Freleng.
496 Rabbit Transit LT I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Cecil Turtle 1025 May 10, 1947 No
497 Hobo Bobo MM Robert McKimson Bobo Elephant, Mynah bird 1022,
VP 1562,[3]:291
BR 1359
May 17, 1947 Yes
498 Along Came Daffy LT I. Freleng Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam 1019,
VP 1557,[3]:291
BR 1355
Jun. 4, 1947 Yes
  • Followup to 1943's Wackiki Wabbit
499 Inki at the Circus MM Charles M. Jones Inki, Mynah bird 1029,
VP 1563,[3]:292
BR 1376
Jun. 21, 1947 Yes
500 Easter Yeggs LT Robert McKimson Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 1027 Jun. 28, 1947 No
  • First Elmer Fudd cartoon directed by Robert McKimson.
501 Crowing Pains LT Robert McKimson Foghorn, Barnyard Dawg. Henery, Sylvester 1030,
BR 1371
Jul. 12, 1947 Yes
  • First Sylvester cartoon directed by Robert McKimson.
  • Only pairing of Foghorn Leghorn and Sylvester in the original shorts era
502 A Pest in the House MM Charles M. Jones Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd 1024 Aug. 2, 1947[2]:429 No
503 The Foxy Duckling MM Arthur Davis 1031,
VP 1558,[3]:291
BR 1366
Aug. 23, 1947 Yes
504 House Hunting Mice LT Charles M. Jones Hubie and Bertie 1049,
VP 1617,[3]:293
BR 1370
Sep. 6, 1947 Yes
505 Little Orphan Airedale LT Charles M. Jones Charlie, Porky Pig, Rags McMutt 1032,
VP 1561,[3]:291
BR 1411
Oct. 4, 1947 Yes
506 Doggone Cats MM Arthur Davis Sylvester, Wellington 1054,
VP 1616,[3]:293
BR 1401
Oct. 25, 1947 Yes
  • Reissued as Dog Gone Cats.
  • Cinecolor
507 Slick Hare MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 1033 Nov. 1, 1947 No
508 Mexican Joyride LT Arthur Davis Daffy 1034 Nov. 29, 1947 No
509 Catch as Cats Can MM Arthur Davis Sylvester 1038 Dec. 6, 1947 No
510 A Horse Fly Fleas LT Robert McKimson A. Flea 1060,
BR 1410
Dec. 13, 1947 Yes
  • Cinecolor

1948

1948 marks the year that the Warner Bros. cartoons are split into three packages. The Associated Artists Productions package, also known as the pre-1948 package, which features all color cartoons released prior to Aug. 1948, plus the Harman-Ising Merrie Melodies shorts except one, the Guild Films package, which features all black-and-white cartoons, plus "Smile Darn Ya Smile", and the post-1948 package, which features all Warner Bros. cartoons from Aug. 1948 until the original studio's closure in 1969.

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
511 Gorilla My Dreams LT Robert McKimson Bugs Bunny, Gruesome Gorilla 1036 Jan. 3, 1948 No
  • First appearance of Gruesome Gorilla
512 Two Gophers from Texas MM Arthur Davis Goofy Gophers 1066,
BR 1403
Jan. 17, 1948 Yes
  • Cinecolor
513 A Feather in His Hare LT Charles M. Jones Bugs 1023 Feb. 7, 1948 No
514 What Makes Daffy Duck? LT Arthur Davis Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd 1069 Feb. 14, 1948 No
  • Cinecolor
515 What's Brewin', Bruin? LT Charles M. Jones Three Bears 1035,
VP 1573,[3]:292
BR 1372
Feb. 28, 1948[2]:429[4]:182 Yes
516 Daffy Duck Slept Here MM Robert McKimson Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 1039 Mar. 6, 1948 No
517 A Hick a Slick and a Chick MM Arthur Davis 1073 Mar. 13, 1948 No
  • Cinecolor
518 Back Alley Oproar MM I. Freleng Elmer, Sylvester 1037,
BR 1377
Mar. 27, 1948 Yes
  • Color remake of Notes to You (1941)
  • First pairing of Elmer Fudd & Sylvester.
519 I Taw a Putty Tat MM I. Freleng Sylvester, Tweety, Hector 1072,
VP 1685,[3]:295
BR 1407
Apr. 2, 1948 Yes
  • The American and European Turner "dubbed" prints cut all blackface scenes.
  • Cinecolor
520 Rabbit Punch MM Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny, The Crusher 1043 Apr. 10, 1948 No
  • First appearance of Crusher
521 Hop, Look and Listen LT Robert McKimson Hippety Hopper, Sylvester, Hector 1042,
BR 1373
Apr. 17, 1948 Yes
  • First appearance of Hippety Hopper
522 Nothing But the Tooth MM Arthur Davis Porky 1041 May 1, 1948 No
523 Buccaneer Bunny LT I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam 1047 May 8, 1948 No
524 Bone Sweet Bone MM Arthur Davis Shep, Hector 1082,
BR 1404
May 22, 1948 Yes
  • Cinecolor
525 Bugs Bunny Rides Again MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam 1050 Jun. 12, 1948 No
526 The Rattled Rooster LT Arthur Davis 1048,
VP 1594,[3]:292
BR 1402
Jun. 26, 1948 Yes
527 The Up-Standing Sitter LT Robert McKimson Daffy, Hector 1087 Jul. 3, 1948 No
  • Cinecolor
528 The Shell Shocked Egg MM Robert McKimson 1045,
VP 1604,[3]:293
BR 1368
Jul. 10, 1948 Yes
529 Haredevil Hare LT Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny, Marvin the Martian 1052 Jul. 24, 1948 No
530 You Were Never Duckier MM Charles M. Jones Daffy Duck, Henery Hawk 1046,
BR 1369
Aug. 7, 1948 Yes
  • First cartoon in the post-1948 package.
531 Dough Ray Me-ow MM Arthur Davis Heathcliff and Louie 1088 Aug. 14, 1948 No
  • Cinecolor
532 Hot Cross Bunny MM Robert McKimson Bugs Bunny 1053,
VP 1629[3]:294
Aug. 21, 1948 Yes
533 The Pest That Came to Dinner LT Arthur Davis Porky Pig 1051,
VP 1618,[3]:293
BR 1505
Sep. 11, 1948 Yes
534 Hare Splitter MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny 1059,
VP 1641,[3]:294
BR 1501
Sep. 25, 1948 Yes
535 Odor of the Day LT Arthur Davis Pepé, Wellington 1093,
VP 1730[3]:296
Oct. 2, 1948 No
  • Cinecolor
536 The Foghorn Leghorn MM Robert McKimson Foghorn, Henery 1057,
BR 1405
Oct. 9, 1948 Yes
537 A-Lad-In His Lamp LT Robert McKimson Bugs Bunny 1065 Oct. 23, 1948 No
538 Daffy Dilly MM Charles M. Jones Daffy Duck 1064,
VP 1731,[3]:296
BR 1413
Oct. 30, 1948 Yes
539 Kit for Cat LT I. Freleng Elmer Fudd, Sylvester 1055,
BR 1409
Nov. 6, 1948 Yes
540 The Stupor Salesman LT Arthur Davis Daffy Duck 1058 Nov. 20, 1948 No
541 Riff Raffy Daffy LT Arthur Davis Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 1079 Nov. 27, 1948 No
  • Cinecolor
542 My Bunny Lies over the Sea MM Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny 1062,
VP 1667[3]:295
Dec. 4, 1948 Yes
543 Scaredy Cat MM Charles M. Jones Porky Pig, Sylvester 1056,
BR 1412
Dec. 18, 1948 Yes
  • First use of Sylvester's name
  • First appearance of Sylvester in a Chuck Jones cartoon

1949

# Title Series Director Characters Ident. # Release date Availability Blue ribbon reissue? Notes
544 Wise Quackers LT I. Freleng Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd 1063,
VP 1651[3]:294
Jan. 1, 1949 Yes
545 Hare Do MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd 1068 Jan. 15, 1949 No
546 Holiday for Drumsticks MM Arthur Davis Daffy Duck, Tom Turk 1096 Jan. 22, 1949 No
  • Cinecolor
547 Awful Orphan MM Charles M. Jones Charlie, Porky Pig 1067,
VP 1657,[3]:294
BR 1516
Jan. 29, 1949 Yes
548 Porky Chops LT Arthur Davis Porky Pig 1061 Feb. 12, 1949 No
549 Mississippi Hare LT Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny, Colonel Shuffle 1071,
VP 1684,[3]:295
BR 1508
Feb. 26, 1949 Yes
550 Paying the Piper LT Robert McKimson Porky Pig 1070,
VP 1675,[3]:295
BR 1451
Mar. 12, 1949 Yes
551 Daffy Duck Hunt LT Robert McKimson Barnyard Dawg, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig 1078,
VP 1695,[3]:296
BR 1458
Mar. 26, 1949 Yes
552 Rebel Rabbit MM Robert McKimson Bugs Bunny 1074,
VP 1683,[3]:295
BR 1517
Apr. 9, 1949 Yes
553 Mouse Wreckers LT Charles M. Jones Claude, Hubie and Bertie, Hector 1076,
VP 1690,[3]:295
BR 1452
Apr. 23, 1949 Yes
554 High Diving Hare LT I. Freleng Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam 1077,
VP 1691[3]:295
Apr. 30, 1949 Yes
555 The Bee-Deviled Bruin MM Charles M. Jones The Three Bears 1084,
VP 1700[3]:296
May 14, 1949
  • N/A
Yes
556 Curtain Razor LT I. Freleng Porky Pig 1081 May 21, 1949 No
557 Bowery Bugs MM Arthur Davis Bugs Bunny, Steve Brody, Shep (Cameo) 1085,
VP 1709[3]:296
Jun. 4, 1949 Yes
  • Only Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Arthur Davis.
558 Mouse Mazurka MM I. Freleng Sylvester 1075,
VP 1710,[3]:296
BR 1460
Jun. 11, 1949 Yes
559 Long-Haired Hare LT Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny 1080 Jun. 25, 1949 No
560 Henhouse Henery LT Robert McKimson Foghorn, Henery 1090,
VP 1718,[3]:296
BR 1454
Jul. 2, 1949
  • N/A
Yes
561 Knights Must Fall MM I. Freleng Bugs Bunny 1086,
VP 1715[3]:296
Jul. 16, 1949 Yes
562 Bad Ol' Putty Tat MM I. Freleng Sylvester, Tweety 1095,
VP 1761,[3]:297
BR 1462
Jul. 23, 1949 Yes
563 The Grey Hounded Hare LT Robert McKimson Bugs Bunny 1083,
VP 1717[3]:296
Aug. 6, 1949 Yes
564 Often an Orphan MM Charles M. Jones Charlie, Porky Pig 1098,
VP 1740[3]:297
Aug. 13, 1949 Yes
565 The Windblown Hare LT Robert McKimson Bugs Bunny 1094 Aug. 27, 1949 No
566 Dough for the Do-Do MM I. Freleng (uncredited) Porky Pig 1101,
VP 1766,[3]:297
BR 1453
Sep. 3, 1949 Yes
567 Fast and Furry-ous LT Charles M. Jones Wile E. and Road Runner 1091,
VP 1751,[3]:297
BR 1455
Sep. 17, 1949 Yes
568 Each Dawn I Crow MM I. Freleng Elmer Fudd 1092,
VP 1741,[3]:297
BR 1461
Sep. 24, 1949 Yes
569 Frigid Hare MM Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny, Playboy Penguin 1089 Oct. 8, 1949 No
570 Swallow the Leader LT Robert McKimson 1100,
VP 1762,[3]:297
BR 1456
Oct. 15, 1949 Yes
571 Bye, Bye Bluebeard MM Arthur Davis Porky Pig 1093,
VP 1770[3]:298
Oct. 22, 1949 Yes
572 For Scent-imental Reasons LT Charles M. Jones Pepé, Penelope 1104,
VP 1774,[3]:298
BR 1457
Nov. 12, 1949 Yes
573 Hippety Hopper MM Robert McKimson Hippety, Sylvester, Hector 1097,
VP 1773,[3]:298
BR 1463
Nov. 19, 1949 Yes
574 Which Is Witch LT I. Freleng Bugs Bunny 1099 Dec. 3, 1949 N/A No
575 Bear Feat LT Charles M. Jones The Three Bears 1113,
VP 1776,[3]:298
BR 1459
Dec. 10, 1949 Yes
576 Rabbit Hood MM Charles M. Jones Bugs Bunny 1102 Dec. 24, 1949 Yes
577 A Ham in a Role LT Robert McKimson Goofy Gophers 1106 Dec. 31, 1949[2]:430[4]:204 Yes Some sources list the release date as Dec. 31, 1949[9]:246

See also

References

  1. ^ Mackey, Dave (2013-03-26). "Field Guide To Titles And Credits". Archived from the original on 2013-03-26. Retrieved 2016-08-17.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Maltin, Leonard. Of Mice And Magic: A History Of American Animated Cartoons (Revised ed.). New York, NY: Plume. ISBN 0-452-25993-2.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by Liebman, Roy (2003). Vitaphone Films: A Catalogue of the Features and Shorts. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. ISBN 978-0-7864-4697-1.
  4. ^ a b c d e Beck, Jerry; Friedwald, Will (1989). Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies: A Complete Illustrated Guide to the Warner Bros. Cartoons. New York, NY: Henry Holt and Company. ISBN 0-8050-0894-2.
  5. ^ a b c d e Webb, Graham (2011). The Animated Film Encyclopedia: A Complete Guide to American Shorts, Features and Sequences 1900-1999 (2nd ed.). Jefferson, NC: McFarland. ISBN 978-0-7864-4985-9.
  6. ^ McCall, Douglas L. (1998). Film Cartoons: A Guide to 20th Century American Animated Features and Shorts. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. p. 180. ISBN 978-0786405848.
  7. ^ a b c Appears in Bugs Bunny: Superstar, Part 1
  8. ^ As the Barnyard Dawg usually appears alongside Foghorn, only those cartoons in which Dawg appears without him will list Barnyard in the "Characters" column.
  9. ^ Schneider, Steve (1988). That's All Folks!: The Art of Warner Bros. Animation. New York, NY: Henry Holt and Company. ISBN 978-0805008890.

External links

  • The Big Cartoon DataBase entry for Merrie Melodies Cartoons and for Looney Tunes Cartoons
  • Golden Age Cartoons' The Ultimate Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Website by Jon Cooke
  • Official Looney Tunes site
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