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Looney Tunes All Stars features some of the best known characters from Looney Tunes including Buggs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fud. The show features a collection of mini cartoons for these characters. Some of the cartoons are classic and others have a more modern look to them.

Looney Tunes All Stars is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (30 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2008.

Looney Tunes All Stars is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Looney Tunes All Stars on demand atiTunes online.

Warner Bros.
2 Seasons, 30 Episodes
January 1, 2008
Animation & Cartoon, Kids & Family
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Looney Tunes All Stars Full Episode Guide

  • Marc Anthony, the ferocious guard dog, falls for a cute cudly little kitty. An evil cat tries to swipe the kitty and its up to Marc Anthony to protect the kitty.

  • A kitten raised by an old eagle grows up learning how to fly. With this amazing cat ability he saves his love-to-be woman cat from the dangers of a chasing bulldog.

  • Jake needs help at for his shoe repair store. One night as he sleeps, little Fudd-like elves visit him to construct shoes. An Indian snake-charmer elf ties snake-like laces while an ice-skating elf creates insoles.

  • A bashful buzzard has a hard time keeping up with the rest of his siblings on bringing back food.

  • A dog tries to lure a cat in with a sexy-cat puppet. The cat, struck with love, breaks out in a variety of songs.

  • Once upon a time in a dark forest lived a woodchopper and his tiny son, Tom Thumb. One day while doing chores Tom almost drowns in a pan. A bird flies in and saves him, so Tom sets out to find his feathered rescuer.

  • A variety of farm animal gags including a show horse that can gallop and cantor. The latter being an imitation of Eddie Cantor.

  • An unorthodox story about Goldilocks and the three bears.

  • Little Tommy Cat is put in charge of being a watchman when his father becomes too sick to do the job. The local hoodlum mice are bigger than Tommy and they make him serve them food. When he remembers that he is watching the food for his ill father he toughens up and fights the hoodlums away.

  • All the students at Katnip Kollege are in the groove. Johnny the cat starts singing and the Professor makes him wear the dunce cap. A swingin' clock gives Johnny the beat, and he takes it and runs right down to where the cats are havin' a session.

  • W.C. Squeals is an ice-skating pig. When he finds out his dog, St. Bernard, has a thing for gin he tries to rid the dog of it.

  • A little pig is so obsessed with food that he steals one of his mother's pies. When he falls alseep all he dreams about is food, it consumes his every thought.

  • A retelling of Little Red Riding Hood with Egghead, Wolf, Red, and Granny. Granny won't let the Wolf in her house but she lets Egghead walk right in the front door. The Wolf seeing this breaks the door down so he can get inside. The Wolf chases Granny around the house until Red arrives and then he dresses up like Granny and hides in her bed. When the the Wolf starts chasing Red, Egghead hits the Wolf on the head with a mallet.

  • A flea chomps on a dogs rear end making a nice meal for himself. Elmer tells the dog that if he scratches one more time he will have to give him a bath. The flea keeps biting the dog so eventually Elmer does give him a bath in which they both get wet.

  • Beans enters a ski race and struggles against to fight a cheating bully.

  • Beans is a Hollywood hopeful and sneaks into a big studio. He really gets into a mess when he accidentally starts the Frankenstein robot who goes on a rampage. It's up to him to fix his problems and get his shot in Hollywood.

  • A Bear for Punishment--It's father's day in the Three Bears household, and Paw Bear has quite a frustrating time trying to avoid his son's unrelenting passion for loving his father. / Pigs in a Polka--A Looney Tunes parody of the "Three Little Pigs" set to classical music a la Fantasia.

  • Steal Wool--Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog punch in at work together. Ralph's job is to try and steal the sheep while Sam's job is to protect them. / Don't Give Up the Sheep--Sam Sheepdog punches in for work, counts the sheep, and sets about his job of watching them. But Ralph Wolf has plans of his own? A Looney Tunes favorite.

  • Lumber Jerks--As the Looney Tunes Gophers prepare for winter their tree is moved to a local saw mill. As their tree is being grinded in the mill they make a quick escape to safety. Their tree is made into furniture so they follow the delivery truck and take back everything that was made from their tree. They design a new home consisting of chairs, tables, and dressers. / The Honey Mousers--The Honey-Mousers are starved for food and the cat stands between them and the refrigerator. Ralph and his friend concoct no end of unsuccessful cat-passing techniques. The best being a trojan dog made from a barrel.

  • Mouse Wreckers--Looney Tunes' Hubie and Bertie are determined to live in the house that Claude Cat lives in. They drive Claude so crazy that he ends up sleeping outside so they have the house all to themselves. / The Hypo-chondri-cat--The mice Hubie and Bertie enter a new home and warm themselves by the fireplace until they are chased by the house cat, Claude. Claude is a hypochondriac, afraid of catching cold, who takes pills and bundles up. The mice use the power of suggestion to make Claude feel worse and even to make him think he's dead.

  • I Love to Singa--Professor Fritz Owl, Looney Tunes music instructor, hangs his prejudices out in front of his tree on a sign: "teacher of voice, piano & violin, BUT - NO JAZZ!" His youngest child starts singing jazz and the Owl throws him out of the house. Momma Owl calls the police to look for her son after he leaves. The baby Owl stumbles upon a radio station holding an amateur contest which he enters. Once his parents hear him on the radio Fritz Owl changes his mind. / The Coo Coo Nut Groove--A variety of movie stars as animals play out gags at the posh Hollywood nightspot, the Coo Coo Nut Grove.

  • The Trial of Mr. Wolf--The case of the Big Bad Wolf vs. Little Red Riding Hood is presented to a jury of wolves. / Three Little Bops--The story of the Three Little Pigs with a modern Looney Tunes sound.