Looney Tunes

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  • 2007
  • 11 Seasons

When it comes to animated cartoon shows "Looney Tunes" is one of the most popular and well-known programs. The show is produced by Warner Brothers Animation and it features all of the "Looney Tunes" cartoon characters that are famous worldwide. Each episode of "Looney Tunes" features several cartoon shorts. Some of the cartoons are classic older shorts while others have been made in recent years. The cartoons include many that have been made by some of the world's greatest cartoon directors. The cartoons are clean and are for all ages. Some of the cartoon directors whose work is shown on "Looney Tunes" include Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Tex Avery and Robert McKimson. The voices of the characters in the cartoons are supplied by well-known voice over artists such as Mel Blanc, Billy Booth, Stan Freberg, Don Messick, Bea Benaderet, Joe Dougherty and Daws Butler. While most of the cartoons shown on "Looney Tunes" are in full color some of the older cartoons are filmed in black and white. When viewing the cartoons on this show one can see the evolution of specific characters. The appearance and voices of some characters changed several times through the years because different artists drew the characters. Among the cartoon characters who can be seen on "Looney Tunes" are Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, Bugs Bunny, Sylvester the Cat and Tweety Bird. The cartoons always feature artwork by some of the world's top animation artists. Some of the other characters who appear on the show are Speedy Gonzales, the Tasmanian Devil, the Road Runner, Granny, Pepe Le Pew and Marvin the Martian. A wonderful feature with the cartoons in"Looney Tunes" is the accompanying music. While an array of musical styles are presented the orchestral sound provides an entertaining and timely complement to the onscreen hijinks. The theme song to "Looney Tunes" which is titled "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" is instantly recognizable to generations of people around the world.

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Back Alley Oproar
10. Back Alley Oproar
May 15, 2012
Elmer Fudd tries to silence a singing Sylvester because Fudd wants sleep.
What's My Lion?
9. What's My Lion?
May 15, 2012
When a mountain lion realizes that hunting season has started, he hides in a tourist lodge, pretending to be a stuffed lion. Elmer Fudd is in the lodge -- completely unaware that he is sharing his accommodations with a mountain lion.
Nutty News
8. Nutty News
May 15, 2012
Narrated by Elmer Fudd, this cartoon parodies newsreels of the day with a rapid succession of wild visual humor and jokes.
A Mutt In A Rut
7. A Mutt In A Rut
May 15, 2012
A dog watches a cartoon thats says when dogs get old their master's will shoot them. Elmer takes the dog hunting, but the dog believes he is going to be shot so he does everything he can to hurt Elmer first. Elmer thinks the dog is saving him from all these disasters so he wants to give him a medal. Once back at the house the dog tries to attack the tv when the announcer who made the previous statement comes on.
Good Night Elmer
6. Good Night Elmer
May 15, 2012
Elmer Fudd makes a buffoon of himself when he tries to go to bed one night. He's so clumsy, that it's frustratingly painful to watch.
Each Dawn I Crow
5. Each Dawn I Crow
May 15, 2012
It's about time for Elmer Fudd to behead the chicken on his farm. It's just too bad for him that the chicken gets wise to the plot, thus starting the cartoon chase.
Dog Gone People
4. Dog Gone People
May 15, 2012
Elmer Fudd does his boss a favor by babysitting his dog. The only problem is that the dog wants to be treated like a human and starts taking over the house.
Crow's Feat
3. Crow's Feat
May 15, 2012
Two crows hitch a ride on a plane that leaves them in Elmer Fudd's farm fields. Fudd discovers the crows and tries to get them out with dynamite.
Ant Pasted
2. Ant Pasted
May 15, 2012
Elmer Fudd gets into a lot of trouble when he decides to upset an ant colony with firecrackers on his vacation.
Heir-Conditioned
1. Heir-Conditioned
May 15, 2012
Sylvester inherits a fortune and Elmer Fudd is determined to convince him to invest.
Description

When it comes to animated cartoon shows "Looney Tunes" is one of the most popular and well-known programs. The show is produced by Warner Brothers Animation and it features all of the "Looney Tunes" cartoon characters that are famous worldwide. Each episode of "Looney Tunes" features several cartoon shorts. Some of the cartoons are classic older shorts while others have been made in recent years. The cartoons include many that have been made by some of the world's greatest cartoon directors. The cartoons are clean and are for all ages.

Some of the cartoon directors whose work is shown on "Looney Tunes" include Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Tex Avery and Robert McKimson. The voices of the characters in the cartoons are supplied by well-known voice over artists such as Mel Blanc, Billy Booth, Stan Freberg, Don Messick, Bea Benaderet, Joe Dougherty and Daws Butler.

While most of the cartoons shown on "Looney Tunes" are in full color some of the older cartoons are filmed in black and white. When viewing the cartoons on this show one can see the evolution of specific characters. The appearance and voices of some characters changed several times through the years because different artists drew the characters.

Among the cartoon characters who can be seen on "Looney Tunes" are Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, Bugs Bunny, Sylvester the Cat and Tweety Bird. The cartoons always feature artwork by some of the world's top animation artists.

Some of the other characters who appear on the show are Speedy Gonzales, the Tasmanian Devil, the Road Runner, Granny, Pepe Le Pew and Marvin the Martian.

A wonderful feature with the cartoons in"Looney Tunes" is the accompanying music. While an array of musical styles are presented the orchestral sound provides an entertaining and timely complement to the onscreen hijinks.

The theme song to "Looney Tunes" which is titled "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" is instantly recognizable to generations of people around the world.

Looney Tunes is a series that is currently running and has 11 seasons (180 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2007.

Where to Watch Looney Tunes

Looney Tunes is available for streaming on the Warner Bros. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Looney Tunes on demand at HBO Max, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Sling, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 2007