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Happy Birthday Bugs Bunny!

Imagine this night, July 27th, only seventy-five years ago.

Let’s say you’ve gone to the local Warner Bros. theater – like the one downtown, now known as the Warner Centre – to take in a movie. 610 more words


Catch The Great Documentary About Looney Toons Director and Animator Chuck Jones

This was awesome to watch. The YouTube channel Every Frame a Painting put out a great video profiling one of the greats behind Looney Tunes, Chuck Jones.   101 more words


"The older I get, the more individuality I find in animals and the less I find in humans"*...

Long-time readers will know of your correspondent’s deep affection and respect for Chuck Jones, who once observed that “the name ‘Chuck Jones,’ according to my uncle, limited my choice of profession to second baseman or cartoonist.”  Happily for the world, he chose the pen over the bat. 189 more words

Hippety Hopper

Director: Robert McKimson
Release Date: November 19, 1949
Stars: Sylvester, Hippety Hopper
Rating: ★★

‘Hippety Hopper’ introduces the kangaroo of the same name, and its only function during its entire career: being mistaken for a mouse. 150 more words

Warner Bros. Films

Toons & Tunes: Blow My Stack

This is another one of the Merrie Melodies segments from Cartoon Network’s The Looney Tunes Show. It’s a rap number (of sorts) starring one of our favorite hotheads, Yosemite Sam, accompanied by a chorus of three amazingly big-hipped background singers. Enjoy “Blow My Stack”.

Toons & Tunes

Toons & Tunes: Daffy Duck the Wizard

Here’s one of the more memorable (and better, in my opinion) Merrie Melodies segments that were featured in The Looney Tunes Show. Specifically, this one aired in the episode “Sunday Night Slice”. 42 more words

Toons & Tunes