CotD: Friz gives us his version of an old Harmon-Ising style cartoon with “The Fifth-Column Mouse” updated to World War II themes.
CotD: Daffy Duck’s tour de force, “Duck Amuck ” is one of his most memorable cartoons, and one of Chuck Jones’ greatest shorts.
CotD: A cartoon version of the Hope/Crrosby Buddy pictures “Ali Baba Bunny ” paired Bugs against Daffy… and anyone knows who will win that match up.
CotD: Part war film and part Disney send up, “Coal Black And De Sebben Dwarfs” is funny enough and sure to offend, but too good a short to be ignored.
CotD: Is Bruno the best act in the circus? Watch “Big Top Bunny” and see who gets the last laugh!
CotD: Coming out about a month to late (for Halloween!) “Transylvania 6-5000” was a great foray into horror by Mr. Jones and pal Bugs.
CotD: One of Chuck Jones’ first major characters, Sniffles from “Bedtime For Sniffles“, was voiced by a mystery woman.
CotD: Probably one of the least politically correct Warner Bros. cartoon, “Inki And The Minah Bird” had a character that re-occurred in four other shorts, too.
CotD: One of the most enigmatic mysteries in animation: which came first, “Rhapsody Rabbit” or MGM’s The Cat Concerto.
CotD: “The Hare-Brained Hypnotist” is quite a scary tale for your Halloween pleasure- Enjoy!
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