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Studio MDHR's 'Cuphead' brings back the feel of 1930s cartoons.

Do you all remember Merrie Melodies? Those musical cartoons from the 1930s, made by the studios who would eventually bring us Looney Tunes?  These were the cartoons on which your parents and/or grandparents grew up. 184 more words


Animated Animals

Friday Fun today.  Over the years there have been many cartoon characters modeled after animals.  Their anthropomorphic qualities have introduced wildlife to children, adults, and everyone in between. 222 more words


Lady, Play Your Mandolin

Director: Rudolf Ising
Release Date:
 August, 1931
Stars: Foxy
Rating: ★★★½

After twelve Looney Tunes, all starring Bosko, Harman and Ising started a new cartoon series for Warner Bros. 335 more words

Black And White Films

2 Funny: Lights Fantastic

Today’s 2 Funny is one of my favorite “one shot” Looney Tunes shorts. This one directed by the great Friz Freleng. A tribute to the light shows in Times Square/ There’s no plot or story of any kind, just a series of skits and blackout gags, but it’s still hilarious. 44 more words

2 Funny

What the World is Watching: Porky the Wrestler

“Porky the Wrestler”

Long before Bugs Bunny donned a mask and stepped into the squared circle for some slapstick shenanigans, his brother from a Warner Brother, Porky Pig, was the first Looney ‘toon to step into the ring. 467 more words

Pop Culture

The Greatest Short in Cartoon History

This is something you simply have to see to believe. You can find more context for this short on it’s Wikipedia page but you might have more fun without knowing it.  85 more words


Speedy Gonzales Is Your Latest Childhood Memory Being Prepped To Hit The Big Screen

We might not get a Space Jam sequel yet, but everyone’s favorite Mexican mouse is slated to star on the big screen in an animated film produced by Warner Bros. 171 more words