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Tag Archives: Looney Tunes
CotD: In “Show Biz Bugs” we learned that the only problem with a great trick like Daffy’s is that you can only do it once.
CotD: Its that time of year and Bugs Bunny is celebrating the season in 1978’s “Bugs Bunny’s Howl-Oween Special”
CotD: Poor Ralph Phillips from “From A To Z-Z-Z-Z” is still daydreaming his life away, 57 years later
CotD: Always interested in Bob Clampett cartoons, “The Big Snooze” was also, unfortunately, his last at WB…
CotD: Obviously inspired by the works of Salvador Dali, Bob Clampett’s 1938 masterpiece “Porky In Wackyland” took cartoons to their limits… and then some. Worth a look if you’ve never seen it.
CotD: Bugs’ first starring role in a Looney Tunes cartoon was 1944’s “Buckaroo Bugs” Watch this classic today ~
CotD: You gotta love the Looney Toons with Adolf in them; “Scrap Happy Daffy” was also Daffy Duck’s last appearance in black and white ~
CotD: Lost on his way to the Coachella Valley and Carrot Festival therein, our favorite bunny goes “Bully For Bugs” in this great cartoon ~
CotD: The little penguin made his second appearance in 1950’s “8 Ball Bunny” Do you remember his first film?
CotD: One of Leon Schlesingers’ wartime cartoons, “Meet John Doughboy” featured Draftee Porky hawking War Bonds ~
As Bugs Bunny reads a book on “How to Multiply,” he is interrupted by a crying Easter Bunny who complains of sore feet. Bugs volunteers, “I’ll deliver the Technicolor hen fruit for ya!” Reminded to “keep smiling,” Bugs sings a gooney song, “I’m the Easter Rabbit, Hooray.“
Pepé chases that cat all over the Alps.
Two of the new shorts — Daffy’s Rhapsody and I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat – will feature the voice of the late, great Mel Blanc. The legendary actor/comedian known as The Man of a Thousand Voices brought to life some of the most revered characters in animation history during a celebrated career spanning six decades. Blanc will appear in the shorts — which are created using state-of-the-art CG animation and rendered in stereoscopic 3D — via original songs he recorded in character in the 1950s.
It’s a battle of wills at Porky’s house this winter evening, as it’s time for cats to go out for the night. But with the snow on the ground, Porky’s four cats (who all look like Sylvester) have other plans. Porky scares them out of the house for the night, but they get revenge on him by broadcasting news through his radio of flying saucers and Martians landing. The cats wind up throwing Porky out, and take over his house eating, smoking cigars and drinking.
Daffy leaves rabbit tracks to Bugs’ hole for Elmer to follow, and the debate over who is in season begins.