Looney Tunes: Foghorn Leghorn

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  • 1963
  • 1 Season

Looney Tunes: Foghorn Leghorn from Warner Bros. is an American animated television show that showcases the antics and misadventures of the iconic character from the Looney Tunes franchise - Foghorn Leghorn. It is a classic masterpiece that has captured the hearts of viewers of all ages since its debut on the small screen.

The show revolves around the comedic exploits of an anthropomorphic rooster, Foghorn Leghorn, who is renowned for his distinctive Southern drawl and his quick wit. Foghorn, with his domineering personality and folksy wit, effortlessly steals the show every time he appears on the screen.

The character of Foghorn Leghorn first appeared in the 1946 short 'Walky Talky Hawky'. However, it wasn't until 1949 that he starred in his very own cartoon, titled 'Henhouse Henery'. From then on, the character of Foghorn developed into a mainstay of the Looney Tunes stable.

The show is a collection of short animated episodes, each lasting around six to seven minutes. The episodes were originally shown before the main feature at movie theaters but later transitioned into being shown on television. The show has a charming and innocent feel to it, even after several decades of its initial release. Cartoon lovers cherish the show for its vibrant visuals, witty humor, and old-school charm.

Foghorn Leghorn is a rooster of substantial size and strength, with his size providing him with the imposing presence that makes him the standout character in the show. He is portrayed as a suave and charismatic character who is always ready with a witty retort or one-liner. His character is typically depicted as a sharp-witted adversary to his fellow farmyard animals, with his closest rival being the simplistic and naive dog, Barnyard Dawg.

The show’s animation style is top-notch, with rich colors and intricate details complementing its humor. The animation is a quintessential representation of the golden age of animation and is responsible for many of the visual tropes that would become popular in later animations.

The show is packed with jokes and comedic situations that draw in the viewer, while Foghorn's witty banter and one-liners keep them hooked. The show’s humor and characterization convey a sense of nostalgia, harking back to a bygone era of American humor.

In summary, Looney Tunes: Foghorn Leghorn from Warner Bros. is an animated series that has captivated viewers for over six decades. The show remains a gem and a testament to the timeless nature of humor and animation. Anyone who has an affinity for classic animation and a sense of humor will enjoy watching Foghorn Leghorn in his misadventures on the farm.

Looney Tunes: Foghorn Leghorn is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (17 episodes). The series first aired on June 29, 1963.

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Weasel While You Work
17. Weasel While You Work
September 6, 1958
During a snow-covered winter, Foghorn Leghorn uses the weasel against the barn's guard dog. The guard dog also uses the weasel against Foghorn, sending him back and forth for both sides.
Weasel Stop
16. Weasel Stop
February 11, 1956
Foghorn Leghorn fools a guard dog into running around crazy-like by yelling, "weasel!" When the real weasel comes, the dog doesn't believe Foghorn, so he doesn't lift a finger to help. Foghorn decides to team up with the weasel to get rid of the dog.
Sock-a-Doodle Doo
15. Sock-a-Doodle Doo
May 10, 1952
Banty is a world champion fighter who begins swinging anytime he hears a bell. He stumbles upon Foghorn's farm. When Foghorn learns about Banty's problem, he plans how to use Banty against his foe -- a farm dog.
The Slick Chick
14. The Slick Chick
July 21, 1962
Widow Hen needs a babysitter for her son. Foghorn Leghorn steps in and volunteers to babysit believing there is no such thing as a bad boy. He learns that the boy is not just a bad boy, but the worst boy.
Plop Goes the Weasel
13. Plop Goes the Weasel
August 22, 1953
Foggy and Br'er Dog can't stand each other, and they use the weasels in their fights. The weasels are easily talked into doing things for either side and end up in the middle of every fight.
Of Rice and Hen
12. Of Rice and Hen
November 14, 1953
None of the hens in the barnyard are nice to Miss Prissy so she tries to commit suicide but Foggy saves her. She immediately falls in love with Foggy. He eventually reciprocates those feelings and they get married.
Mother Was a Rooster
11. Mother Was a Rooster
October 20, 1962
The barnyard dog steals an ostrich egg and places it by Foggy. When Foggy wakes up, he thinks he has laid a huge egg. When the ostrich is born, Foggy introduces him to the dog, who insults him. Foggy, defending for his ostrich "son," plays pranks on the dog, and both the rooster and the dog end up in a water tower, which leaves the ostrich confused and alone.
Lovelorn Leghorn
10. Lovelorn Leghorn
September 8, 1951
Foggy is being attacked by the dog, but turns the situation into a football match where he kicks the dogs head. Prissy is looking for a husband and dresses up a bowling ball in a costume so she can get back at Foggy for hurting the dog.
Little Boy Boo
9. Little Boy Boo
June 5, 1954
Foghorn Leghorn is cold in his shack and decides to befriend the Widow Hen so he can live in her warm house. The Hen agrees as long as Foggy will be a good father to her kid, Junior. Junior out smarts Foggy in every game they play. Foggy gets mad and while trying to set a trap for Junior he blows himself up. He decides to leave the Hen's house because he can now keep warm in his bandages.
Leghorn Blows At Midnight
8. Leghorn Blows At Midnight
May 6, 1950
Foghorn Leghorn, the dog, and Henery Hawk all play pranks on each other in the barnyard. Henery decides to cook the loser as Foggy and the dog are fighting.
A Fractured Leghorn
7. A Fractured Leghorn
September 16, 1950
Foghorn and a cat get into a debacle over a worm that Leghorn is chasing. Foghorn wants to eat the worm, but the cat wants the worm for bait to catch fish.
6. Fox-Terror
May 11, 1957
A sneaky fox tries to use the arguments between Foghorn and the Dog to get into the chicken coop. He tries to trick Foghorn with a variety of salesman ploys to steer both the chicken and dog away from the coop.
Feather Dusted
5. Feather Dusted
January 15, 1955
Foghorn tries to teach Junior to stop reading all his books and to go out into the world. They play all sorts of games, but in each, Junior seems to mess up Foghorn.
Feather Bluster
4. Feather Bluster
May 10, 1958
Foghorn and the farm dog have reached old age and are far past their fighting phase, instead they prefer to sit around and play chess. Seeing their kids fight brings them memories of their past that they reminisce of.
The Dixie Fryer
3. The Dixie Fryer
September 24, 1960
Foghorn gets chased by two hillbilly chicken hawks, Pappy and Elvis. Foghorn eventually outsmarts the shotgun wielding pair.
2. Crockett-Doodle-Doo
June 25, 1960
Foghorn tries to teach the brainy chicken, Egghead Jr., about the great outdoors.
Banty Raids
1. Banty Raids
June 29, 1963
Foghorn finds himself an unexpected father, when a girl-crazy rooster pretends to be Foghorn's son so he can get with the "chicks".
Where to Watch Looney Tunes: Foghorn Leghorn
Looney Tunes: Foghorn Leghorn is available for streaming on the Warner Bros. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Looney Tunes: Foghorn Leghorn on demand at Google Play.
  • Premiere Date
    June 29, 1963