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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

Yankee Dood It

Director: Friz Freleng
Release date: October 13, 1956
Stars: Sylvester, Elmer Fudd
Rating: ★★★
Review:

‘Yankee Dood It’ was the last of three propaganda cartoons Friz Freleng directed for the Alfred P. 162 more words

★★★

Best Looney Tunes Character: Marvin the Martian

It’s Debate Day on Trope and Dagger! This week we’re discussing the best Looney Tunes character. If you want to view the correct opinion, by all means read on. 969 more words

Debate Day

Jumpin' Jupiter

Director: Chuck Jones
Release date: August 8, 1955
Stars: Porky Pig, Sylvester
Rating: ★★★★
Review:

‘Jumpin’ Jupiter’ was the last of three cartoons in which director Chuck Jones employed Porky Pig, and Sylvester as his frightened cat. 108 more words

★★★★

HOLIDAY FOR DRUMSTICKS (1949) starring Daffy Duck

There’s really no better way to spend Thanksgiving than with a story about generosity and friendship – Daffy Duck style!?

With warm wishes to all here’s a  485 more words

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