Looney Tunes (theatrical shorts)

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Looney Tunes
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Production company Harmin-Ising Productions
Leon Schlesinger Productions
Warner Bros. Cartoons
DePatie–Freleng Enterprises
Format Productions
Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Animation
Warner Bros. Animation
Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures
The Vitaphone Corporation
Vitagraph Company of America
Original release April 30, 1930July 26, 1969 (Original run)
November 20, 1987June 10, 2014 (Revival)
Run time 6-10 minutes (one-reel)
Starring Mel Blanc
Arthur Q. Bryan
June Foray
Bea Benadert
Stan Freberg
(more)
Producer(s) Rudolf Ising
Hugh Harman
Leon Schlesinger
Edward Seltzer
John W. Burton
David H. DePatie
Friz Freleng
William L. Hendricks
Music composed by Carl Stalling
Milt Franklyn
William Lava
(more)
Writer(s) Warren Foster
Michael Maltese
Tedd Pierce
(more)
Director(s) Tex Avery
Bob Clampett
Arthur Davis
Friz Freleng
Chuck Jones
Robert McKimson
Rudolf Ising
Hugh Harman
Frank Tashlin
(more)
Second title card
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Looney Tunes is a series of animated screwball comedy theatrical shorts that originally ran from 1930 to 1969, then sporadically since the 1980s. It was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. The shorts were initially produced by Leon Schlesinger and animators Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising until 1933. It ran concurrently with its sister series Merrie Melodies from 1931 onward. Schlesinger assumed full production under Leon Schlesinger Productions from 1933 until 1944, after which he sold it to Warner Bros. and renamed to Warner Bros. Cartoons.

Looney Tunes was an important part in forming what would become known as the Golden Age of animation, developing and/or creating a legacy of memorable and enduring characters such as Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam, Sylvester, Tweety, Granny, the Tasmanian Devil, Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, Pepé Le Pew, Foghorn Leghorn, Speedy Gonzales; and last but certainly not least, Bugs Bunny.

Following its revival in 1987, new theatrical shorts continue to be released sporadically. The main Looney Tunes cast, dubbed simply as "the Looney Tunes" themselves, have also crossed over into other media, such as television series and specials, full-length direct-to-video and theatrical films, comic books, and video games.

Production

Music

The music was composed by a number of artists including Carl W. Stalling, who scored it from 1936 to 1958, in addition to orchestrations by Milt Franklyn; the latter took over as musical director after Stalling's retirement. When Franklyn died in 1962, William Lava took over until the end of the series's original run in 1969. Some of the other composers in the series include Bernard B. Brown, Norman Spencer, Eugene Poddany, John Seely, Walter Greene, Richard Stone, and Christopher Lennertz.

Beginning in 1937, the primary theme music for the series was "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin.

Shorts

  1. Sinkin' in the Bathtub - April 19, 1930
  2. Congo Jazz - August 9, 1930
  3. Hold Anything - October 1930
  4. The Booze Hangs High - December 1930
  5. Boxcar Blues - December 25, 1930
  6. Big Man from the North - January 1931
  7. Ain't Nature Grand! - February 1931
  8. Ups 'n Downs - April 4, 1931
  9. Dumb Patrol - May 1931
  10. Yodeling Yokels - June 1931
  11. Bosko's Holiday - July 18, 1931
  12. The Tree's Knees - August 1, 1931
  13. Bosko Shipwrecked! - September 19, 1931
  14. Bosko the Doughboy - October 17, 1931
  15. Bosko's Soda Fountain - November 14, 1931
  16. Bosko's Fox Hunt - December 12, 1931
  17. Bosko at the Zoo - January 9, 1932
  18. Battling Bosko - February 1932
  19. Big-Hearted Bosko - March 5, 1932
  20. Bosko's Party - April 2, 1932
  21. Bosko and Bruno - April 30, 1932
  22. Bosko's Dog Race - June 25, 1932
  23. Bosko at the Beach - July 23, 1932
  24. Bosko's Store - August 13, 1932
  25. Bosko the Lumberjack - September 3, 1932
  26. Ride Him, Bosko! - September 17, 1932
  27. Bosko the Drawback - October 22, 1932
  28. Bosko's Dizzy Date - November 19, 1932
  29. Bosko's Woodland Daze - December 17, 1932
  30. Bosko in Dutch - January 14, 1933
  31. Bosko in Person - February 11, 1933
  32. Bosko the Speed King - March 22, 1933
  33. Bosko's Knight-Mare - June 8, 1933
  34. Bosko the Sheep-Herder - June 14, 1933
  35. Beau Bosko - July 1, 1933
  36. Bosko's Mechanical Man - July 29, 1933
  37. Bosko the Musketeer - August 12, 1933
  38. Bosko's Picture Show - August 26, 1933
  39. Buddy's Day Out - September 9, 1933
  40. Buddy's Beer Garden - November 11, 1933
  41. Buddy's Show Boat - December 9, 1933
  42. Buddy the Gob - January 5, 1934
  43. Buddy and Towser - February 24, 1934
  44. Buddy's Garage - April 14, 1934
  45. Buddy's Trolley Troubles - May 5, 1934
  46. Buddy of the Apes - May 26, 1934
  47. Buddy's Bearcats - June 23, 1934
  48. Buddy the Detective - October 17, 1934
  49. Buddy the Woodsman - October 27, 1934
  50. Buddy's Circus - November 8, 1934
  51. Buddy's Adventures - November 17, 1934
  52. Viva Buddy - December 12, 1934
  53. Buddy the Dentist - December 15, 1934
  54. Buddy of the Legion - January 12, 1935
  55. Buddy's Theatre - February 16, 1935
  56. Buddy's Pony Express - March 9, 1935
  57. Buddy in Africa - April 20, 1935
  58. Buddy's Lost World - May 18, 1935
  59. Buddy's Bug Hunt - June 22, 1935
  60. Buddy Steps Out - July 20, 1935
  61. Buddy the Gee Man - August 24, 1935
  62. A Cartoonist's Nightmare - September 14, 1935
  63. Hollywood Capers - October 19, 1935
  64. Gold Diggers of '49 - November 2, 1935
  65. The Phantom Ship - February 1, 1936
  66. Boom Boom - February 29, 1936
  67. Alpine Antics - March 9, 1936
  68. The Fire Alarm - March 9, 1936
  69. The Blow Out - April 4, 1936
  70. Westward Whoa - April 25, 1936
  71. Plane Dippy - April 30, 1936
  72. Fish Tales - May 23, 1936
  73. Shanghaied Shipmates - June 20, 1936
  74. Porky's Pet - July 11, 1936
  75. Porky the Rain-Maker - August 1, 1936
  76. Porky's Poultry Plant - August 22, 1936
  77. Porky's Moving Day - September 12, 1936
  78. Milk and Money - October 3, 1936
  79. Little Beau Porky - November 14, 1936
  80. The Village Smithy - December 5, 1936
  81. Porky in the North Woods - December 19, 1936
  82. Porky the Wrestler - January 9, 1937
  83. Porky's Road Race - February 6, 1937
  84. Picador Porky - February 27, 1937
  85. Porky's Romance - April 3, 1937
  86. Porky's Duck Hunt - April 17, 1937
  87. Porky and Gabby - May 15, 1937
  88. Porky's Building - June 19, 1937
  89. Porky's Super Service - July 3, 1937
  90. Porky's Badtime Story - July 24, 1937
  91. Porky's Railroad - August 7, 1937
  92. Get Rich Quick Porky - August 28, 1937
  93. Porky's Garden - September 11, 1937
  94. Rover's Rival - October 9, 1937
  95. The Case of the Stuttering Pig - October 30, 1937
  96. Porky's Double Trouble - November 13, 1937
  97. Porky's Hero Agency - December 4, 1937
  98. Porky's Poppa - January 15, 1938
  99. Porky at the Crocadero - February 5, 1938
  100. What Price Porky - February 26, 1938
  101. Porky's Phoney Express - March 19, 1938
  102. Porky's Five & Ten - April 16, 1938
  103. Porky's Hare Hunt - April 30, 1938
  104. Injun Trouble - May 21, 1938
  105. Porky the Fireman - June 4, 1938
  106. Porky's Party - June 25, 1938
  107. Porky's Spring Planting - July 25, 1938
  108. Porky & Daffy - August 6, 1938
  109. Wholly Smoke - August 27, 1938
  110. Porky in Wackyland - September 24, 1938
  111. Porky's Naughty Nephew - October 15, 1938
  112. Porky in Egypt - November 5, 1938
  113. The Daffy Doc - November 26, 1938
  114. Porky the Gob - December 17, 1938
  115. The Lone Stranger and Porky - January 7, 1939
  116. It's an Ill Wind - January 28, 1939
  117. Porky's Tire Trouble - February 18, 1939
  118. Porky's Movie Mystery - March 11, 1939
  119. Chicken Jitters - April 1, 1939
  120. Porky and Teabiscuit - April 29, 1939
  121. Kristopher Kolumbus Jr. - May 13, 1939
  122. Polar Pals - June 3, 1939
  123. Scalp Trouble - June 24, 1939
  124. Porky's Picnic - July 15, 1939
  125. Wise Quacks - August 5, 1939
  126. Porky's Hotel - September 2, 1939
  127. Jeepers Creepers - September 23, 1939
  128. Naughty Neighbors - October 7, 1939
  129. Pied Piper Porky - November 4, 1939
  130. Porky the Giant Killer - November 18, 1939
  131. The Film Fan - December 16, 1939
  132. Porky's Last Stand - January 6, 1940
  133. Africa Squeaks - January 27, 1940
  134. Ali-Baba Bound - February 10, 1940
  135. Pilgrim Porky - March 16, 1940
  136. Slap-Happy Pappy - April 13, 1940
  137. Porky's Poor Fish - April 27, 1940
  138. You Ought to Be in Pictures - May 18, 1940
  139. The Chewin' Bruin - June 8, 1940
  140. Porky's Baseball Broadcast - July 6, 1940
  141. Patient Porky - August 24, 1940
  142. Calling Dr. Porky - September 21, 1940
  143. Prehistoric Porky - October 12, 1940
  144. The Sour Puss - November 2, 1940
  145. Porky's Hired Hand - November 30, 1940
  146. The Timid Toreador - December 21, 1940
  147. Porky's Snooze Reel - January 11, 1941
  148. The Haunted Mouse - February 15, 1941
  149. Joe Glow, the Firefly - March 8, 1941
  150. Porky's Bear Facts - March 29, 1941
  151. Porky's Preview - April 19, 1941
  152. Porky's Ant - May 10, 1941
  153. A Coy Decoy - June 7, 1941
  154. Porky's Prize Pony - June 21, 1941
  155. Meet John Doughboy - July 5, 1941
  156. We, the Animals Squeak! - August 9, 1941
  157. The Henpecked Duck - August 30, 1941
  158. Notes to You - September 20, 1941
  159. Robinson Crusoe, Jr. - October 25, 1941
  160. Porky's Midnight Matinee - November 22, 1941
  161. Porky's Pooch - December 27, 1941
  162. Porky's Pastry Pirates - January 17, 1942
  163. Who's Who in the Zoo - February 14, 1942
  164. Porky's Cafe - February 21, 1942
  165. Saps in Chaps - April 11, 1942
  166. Daffy's Southern Exposure - May 2, 1942
  167. Nutty News - May 23, 1942
  168. Hobby Horse-Laffs - June 6, 1942
  169. Gopher Goofy - June 27, 1942
  170. Wacky Blackout - July 11, 1942
  171. The Ducktators - August 1, 1942
  172. Eatin' on the Cuff or The Moth Who Came to Dinner - August 22, 1942
  173. The Impatient Patient - September 5, 1942
  174. The Hep Cat - October 3, 1942
  175. The Daffy Duckaroo - October 24, 1942
  176. My Favorite Duck - December 5, 1942
  177. Confusions of a Nutzy Spy - January 23, 1943
  178. To Duck or Not to Duck - March 6, 1943
  179. Hop and Go - March 27, 1943
  180. The Wise Quacking Duck - May 1, 1943
  181. Tokio Jokio - May 15, 1943
  182. Yankee Doodle Daffy - June 5, 1943
  183. Porky Pig's Feat - July 17, 1943
  184. Scrap Happy Daffy - August 21, 1943
  185. Daffy – The Commando - November 20, 1943
  186. Puss n' Booty - December 11, 1943
  187. Tom Turk and Daffy - February 12, 1944
  188. I Got Plenty of Mutton - March 11, 1944
  189. Tick Tock Tuckered - April 8, 1944
  190. Swooner Crooner - May 6, 1944
  191. Duck Soup to Nuts - May 27, 1944
  192. Angel Puss - June 3, 1944
  193. Brother Brat - July 15, 1944
  194. From Hand to Mouse - August 5, 1944
  195. Buckaroo Bugs - August 26, 1944
  196. Plane Daffy - September 16, 1944
  197. Booby Hatched - October 14, 1944
  198. The Stupid Cupid - November 25, 1944
  199. Odor-able Kitty - January 6, 1945
  200. Draftee Daffy - January 27, 1945
  201. Trap Happy Porky - February 24, 1945
  202. Behind the Meat-Ball - April 7, 1945
  203. Ain't That Ducky - May 19, 1945
  204. Tale of Two Mice - June 30, 1945
  205. Hare Conditioned - August 11, 1945
  206. The Bashful Buzzard - September 15, 1945
  207. Hare Tonic - November 10, 1945
  208. Book Revue - January 5, 1946
  209. Baseball Bugs - February 2, 1946
  210. Baby Bottleneck - March 16, 1946
  211. Daffy Doodles - April 6, 1946
  212. Hush My Mouse - May 4, 1946
  213. Kitty Kornered - June 8, 1946
  214. Hollywood Daffy - June 22, 1946
  215. Acrobatty Bunny - June 29, 1946
  216. The Great Piggy Bank Robbery - July 20, 1946
  217. Of Thee I Sting - August 17, 1946
  218. Racketeer Rabbit - September 14, 1946
  219. The Big Snooze - October 5, 1946
  220. Mouse Menace - November 2, 1946
  221. Roughly Squeaking - November 23, 1946
  222. The Goofy Gophers - January 25, 1947
  223. Scent-imental Over You - March 8, 1947
  224. Birth of a Notion - April 12, 1947
  225. Rabbit Transit - May 10, 1947
  226. Along Came Daffy - June 14, 1947
  227. Easter Yeggs - June 28, 1947
  228. Crowing Pains - July 12, 1947
  229. House Hunting Mice - September 6, 1947
  230. Little Orphan Airedale - October 4, 1947
  231. Mexican Joyride - November 29, 1947
  232. A Horse Fly Fleas - December 13, 1947
  233. Gorilla My Dreams - January 3, 1948
  234. A Feather in His Hare - February 7, 1948
  235. What Makes Daffy Duck - February 14, 1948
  236. What's Brewin', Bruin? - February 28, 1948
  237. Hop, Look and Listen - April 17, 1948
  238. Buccaneer Bunny - May 8, 1948
  239. The Rattled Rooster - June 26, 1948
  240. The Up-Standing Sitter - July 3, 1948
  241. Haredevil Hare - July 24, 1948
  242. You Were Never Duckier - August 7, 1948
  243. The Pest That Came to Dinner - September 11, 1948
  244. Odor of the Day - October 2, 1948
  245. A-Lad-In His Lamp - October 23, 1948
  246. Kit for Cat - November 6, 1948
  247. The Stupor Salesman - November 20, 1948
  248. Riff Raffy Daffy - November 27, 1948
  249. Wise Quackers - January 1, 1949
  250. Porky Chops - February 12, 1949
  251. Mississippi Hare - February 26, 1949
  252. Paying the Piper - March 12, 1949
  253. Daffy Duck Hunt - March 26, 1949
  254. Mouse Wreckers - April 23, 1949
  255. High Diving Hare - April 30, 1949
  256. Curtain Razor - May 21, 1949
  257. Long-Haired Hare - June 25, 1949
  258. Henhouse Henery - July 2, 1949
  259. The Grey Hounded Hare - August 6, 1949
  260. The Windblown Hare - August 27, 1949
  261. Fast and Furry-ous - September 17, 1949
  262. Swallow the Leader - October 15, 1949
  263. For Scent-imental Reasons - November 12, 1949
  264. Which Is Witch - December 3, 1949
  265. Bear Feat - December 10, 1949
  266. A Ham in a Role - December 31, 1949
  267. Boobs in the Woods - January 28, 1950
  268. Mutiny on the Bunny - February 11, 1950
  269. The Lion's Busy - February 18, 1950
  270. The Scarlet Pumpernickel - March 4, 1950
  271. Big House Bunny - April 22, 1950
  272. The Leghorn Blows at Midnight - May 6, 1950
  273. What's Up, Doc? - June 17, 1950
  274. All a Bir-r-r-d - June 24, 1950
  275. 8 Ball Bunny - July 8, 1950
  276. It's Hummer Time - July 22, 1950
  277. The Ducksters - September 2, 1950
  278. Pop 'im Pop! - October 28, 1950
  279. Bushy Hare - November 18, 1950
  280. Caveman Inki - November 25, 1950
  281. Rabbit of Seville - December 16, 1950
  282. Two's a Crowd - December 30, 1950
  283. Canned Feud - February 3, 1951
  284. Rabbit Every Monday - February 10, 1951
  285. A Bone for a Bone - April 7, 1951
  286. The Fair-Haired Hare - April 14, 1951
  287. Rabbit Fire - May 19, 1951
  288. Chow Hound - June 16, 1951
  289. The Wearing of the Grin - July 14, 1951
  290. His Hare Raising Tale - August 11, 1951
  291. Lovelorn Leghorn - September 8, 1951
  292. A Bear for Punishment - October 20, 1951
  293. Tweet Tweet Tweety - December 15, 1951
  294. The Prize Pest - December 22, 1951
  295. Who's Kitten Who? - January 5, 1952
  296. Operation: Rabbit - January 19, 1952
  297. Gift Wrapped - February 16, 1952
  298. Putty Tat Trouble - February 24, 1952
  299. Thumb Fun - March 1, 1952
  300. 14 Carrot Rabbit - March 15, 1952
  301. Water, Water Every Hare - April 19, 1952
  302. Sock a Doodle Do - May 10, 1952
  303. The Hasty Hare - June 7, 1952
  304. Ain't She Tweet - June 21, 1952
  305. Hoppy-Go-Lucky - August 9, 1952
  306. A Bird in a Guilty Cage - August 30, 1952
  307. Mouse-Warming - September 8, 1952
  308. The Super Snooper - November 1, 1952
  309. Fool Coverage - December 13, 1952
  310. Hare Lift - December 20, 1952
  311. Don't Give Up the Sheep - January 3, 1953
  312. Snow Business - January 17, 1953
  313. Forward March Hare - February 14, 1953
  314. Kiss Me Cat - February 21, 1953
  315. Duck Amuck - February 28, 1953
  316. A Peck o' Trouble - March 28, 1953
  317. Southern Fried Rabbit - May 2, 1953
  318. Ant Pasted - May 9, 1953
  319. There Auto Be a Law - June 6, 1953
  320. Wild Over You - July 11, 1953
  321. Bully for Bugs - August 8, 1953
  322. Plop Goes the Weasel - August 22, 1953
  323. A Street Cat Named Sylvester - September 5, 1953
  324. Lumber Jack-Rabbit - September 26, 1953
  325. Easy Peckin's - October 17, 1953
  326. Of Rice and Hen - November 14, 1953
  327. Robot Rabbit - December 12, 1953
  328. Punch Trunk - December 19, 1953
  329. Dog Pounded - January 2, 1954
  330. Feline Frame-Up - February 13, 1954
  331. Bugs and Thugs - March 2, 1954
  332. The Cats Bah - March 20, 1954
  333. Design for Leaving - March 27, 1954
  334. No Parking Hare - May 1, 1954
  335. Dr. Jerkyl's Hide - May 8, 1954
  336. Little Boy Boo - June 5, 1954
  337. Devil May Hare - June 19, 1954
  338. Bewitched Bunny - July 24, 1954
  339. Satan's Waitin' - August 7, 1954
  340. Yankee Doodle Bugs - August 28, 1954
  341. Gone Batty - September 4, 1954
  342. By Word of Mouse - October 2, 1954
  343. From A to Z-Z-Z-Z - October 16, 1954
  344. All Fowled Up - February 19, 1955
  345. Sahara Hare - March 26, 1955
  346. Sandy Claws - April 2, 1955
  347. The Hole Idea - April 16, 1955
  348. Ready.. Set.. Zoom! - April 30, 1955
  349. Rabbit Rampage - June 11, 1955
  350. Lumber Jerks - June 25, 1955
  351. Double or Mutton - July 23, 1955
  352. Hyde and Hare - August 27, 1955
  353. Dime to Retire - September 3, 1955
  354. Red Riding Hoodwinked - October 29, 1955
  355. Roman Legion-Hare - November 12, 1955
  356. Heir-Conditioned - November 26, 1955
  357. Guided Muscle - December 10, 1955
  358. Too Hop to Handle - January 28, 1956
  359. Weasel Stop - February 11, 1956
  360. Broom-Stick Bunny - February 25, 1956
  361. Tweet and Sour - March 24, 1956
  362. Mixed Master - April 14, 1956
  363. Rabbitson Crusoe - April 28, 1956
  364. Gee Whiz-z-z-z-z-z-z - May 5, 1956
  365. Stupor Duck - July 7, 1956
  366. Barbary-Coast Bunny - July 21, 1956
  367. Raw! Raw! Rooster! - August 25, 1956
  368. A Star Is Bored - September 15, 1956
  369. Deduce, You Say - September 29, 1956
  370. There They Go-Go-Go! - November 10, 1956
  371. The Honey-Mousers - December 8, 1956
  372. Three Little Bops - January 5, 1957
  373. Scrambled Aches - January 26, 1957
  374. Go Fly a Kit - February 23, 1957
  375. Cheese It, the Cat! - May 4, 1957
  376. Piker's Peak - May 25, 1957
  377. Steal Wool - June 8, 1957
  378. Boston Quackie - June 22, 1957
  379. Tabasco Road - July 20, 1957
  380. Bugsy and Mugsy - August 31, 1957
  381. Greedy for Tweety - September 28, 1957
  382. Show Biz Bugs - November 2, 1957
  383. Gonzales' Tamales - November 30, 1957
  384. Tortilla Flaps - January 18, 1958
  385. A Pizza Tweety Pie - February 22, 1958
  386. Hare-Way to the Stars - March 29, 1958
  387. A Waggily Tale - April 26, 1958
  388. Now, Hare This - May 31, 1958
  389. Dog Tales - July 26, 1958
  390. Knighty Knight Bugs - August 23, 1958
  391. Hook, Line and Stinker - October 11, 1958
  392. Pre-Hysterical Hare - November 1, 1958
  393. Gopher Broke - November 15, 1958
  394. Baton Bunny - January 10, 1959
  395. China Jones - February 14, 1959
  396. Hot-Rod and Reel! - May 9, 1959
  397. A Mutt in a Rut - May 23, 1959
  398. Mexicali Shmoes - July 4, 1959
  399. Wild and Woolly Hare - August 1, 1959
  400. Cat's Paw - August 15, 1959
  401. Here Today, Gone Tamale - August 29, 1959
  402. A Broken Leghorn - September 26, 1959
  403. A Witch's Tangled Hare - October 31, 1959
  404. Tweet Dreams - December 5, 1959
  405. Fastest with the Mostest - January 19, 1960
  406. Horse Hare - February 13, 1960
  407. Goldimouse and the Three Cats - March 19, 1960
  408. Who Scent You? - April 23, 1960
  409. Rabbit's Feat - June 4, 1960
  410. Mouse and Garden - July 16, 1960
  411. Mice Follies - August 20, 1960
  412. Hopalong Casualty - October 8, 1960
  413. High Note - December 3, 1960
  414. Cannery Woe - January 7, 1961
  415. Hoppy Daze - February 11, 1961
  416. Birds of a Father - April 1, 1961
  417. The Abominable Snow Rabbit - May 20, 1961
  418. Lickety-Splat - June 3, 1961
  419. A Scent of the Matterhorn - June 24, 1961
  420. The Rebel Without Claws - July 15, 1961
  421. The Pied Piper of Guadalupe - August 19, 1961
  422. Prince Violent - September 2, 1961
  423. Daffy's Inn Trouble - September 23, 1961
  424. What's My Lion? - October 21, 1961
  425. Wet Hare - January 20, 1962
  426. Fish and Slips - March 10, 1962
  427. Mexican Boarders - May 12, 1962
  428. The Slick Chick - July 21, 1962
  429. Louvre Come Back to Me! - August 18, 1962
  430. The Jet Cage - September 22, 1962
  431. Good Noose - November 10, 1962
  432. Shishkabugs - December 8, 1962
  433. Martian Through Georgia - December 29, 1962
  434. The Million Hare - April 6, 1963
  435. Mexican Cat Dance - April 20, 1963
  436. Now Hear This - April 27, 1963
  437. Hare-Breadth Hurry - June 8, 1963
  438. Dumb Patrol - January 18, 1964
  439. A Message to Gracias - February 8, 1964
  440. Freudy Cat - March 14, 1964
  441. Nuts and Volts - April 25, 1964
  442. The Iceman Ducketh - May 16, 1964
  443. War and Pieces - June 6, 1964
  444. False Hare - July 16, 1964
  445. Señorella and the Glass Huarache - August 1, 1964
  446. Pancho's Hideaway - October 24, 1964
  447. Zip Zip Hooray! - January 1, 1965
  448. It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House - January 16, 1965
  449. Moby Duck - March 27, 1965
  450. Well Worn Daffy - May 22, 1965
  451. Suppressed Duck - June 18, 1965
  452. Tease for Two - August 28, 1965
  453. Tired and Feathered - September 18, 1965
  454. Chili Corn Corny - October 23, 1965
  455. Highway Runnery - December 11, 1965
  456. The Astroduck - January 1, 1966
  457. Shot and Bothered - January 8, 1966
  458. The Solid Tin Coyote - February 19, 1966
  459. Clippety Clobbered - March 12, 1966
  460. Daffy Rents - March 26, 1966
  461. A-Haunting We Will Go - April 16, 1966
  462. A Squeak in the Deep - July 19, 1966
  463. Swing Ding Amigo - September 17, 1966
  464. Sugar and Spies - November 5, 1966
  465. Quacker Tracker - April 29, 1967
  466. The Spy Swatter - June 24, 1967
  467. Rodent to Stardom - September 23, 1967
  468. Cool Cat - October 14, 1967
  469. Fiesta Fiasco - December 9, 1967
  470. Hocus Pocus Pow Wow - January 13, 1968
  471. Skyscraper Caper - March 9, 1968
  472. Hippydrome Tiger - March 30, 1968
  473. See Ya Later Gladiator - June 29, 1968
  474. 3 Ring Wing-Ding - August 24, 1968
  475. Flying Circus - September 14, 1968
  476. Bunny and Claude (We Rob Carrot Patches) - November 9, 1968
  477. Fistic Mystic - March 29, 1969
  478. Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too! - June 7, 1969
  479. Bugged by a Bee - July 26, 1969
  480. The Duxorcist - November 20, 1987
  481. Box-Office Bunny - February 8, 1991
  482. Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers - August 25, 1992
  483. Chariots of Fur - December 21, 1994
  484. Carrotblanca - August 25, 1995
  485. Another Froggy Evening - October 6, 1995
  486. Superior Duck - August 23, 1996
  487. Pullet Surprise - March 26, 1997
  488. (Blooper) Bunny - June 13, 1997
  489. From Hare to Eternity - November 4, 1997
  490. Father of the Bird - November 17, 1997
  491. Little Go Beep - November 6, 2000
  492. The Whizzard of Ow - November 1, 2003
  493. Museum Scream - March 31, 2004
  494. Here and Loathing in Las Vegas - March 31, 2004
  495. Duck Dodgers in Attack of the Drones - March 31, 2004
  496. Cock-A-Doodle Duel - March 31, 2004
  497. My Generation G-G-Gap - March 31, 2004
  498. Daffy Duck for President - November 2, 2004
  499. Coyote Falls - July 30, 2010
  500. Fur of Flying - September 24, 2010
  501. Rabid Rider - December 17, 2010
  502. I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat - November 18, 2011
  503. Daffy's Rhapsody - February 10, 2012
  504. Flash in the Pain - June 10, 2014

In popular culture

  • In the Young Sheldon episode "An Ugly Car, An Affair, and Some Kickass Football:" As Georgie is showing Mandy the kids section of Video Village, he mentions they have Looney Tunes, Flintstones, and Fraggle Rock. There is also a poster of Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island.
  • In The Goldbergs episode "Weird Science," in which Barry didn't want Carla to be his new girlfriend, describing her to her face as an "aggressive Looney Tune."
  • In the Riverdale episode "Chapter One Hundred and Twenty-Eight: Halloween II," Betty described what she saw to Archie as a "little Looney Tunes" after seeing the Milkman at the window.
  • In the 2023 film The Flash, the alternate 2013 version of Barry Allen has a Looney Tunes background screen on his computer.

Helluva Boss

  • "Spring Broken": Blitz's nickname for his daughter Loona is "Loonie Toonie".
  • "Exes and Ohhs": When Blitz and Millie have to crash Chadwick and Moxxie's wedding, Blitz steals a car and starts flipping through the radio stations, with one of them being called "Lusty Tunes".
  • "Western Energy": Blitz once again refers to Loona as "Loonie Toonie" when he takes her to the vet.

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