• 2011
  • 1 Season

Looney Tunes: Speedy Gonzales is an animated television show produced by Warner Bros. Animation. It features a popular character from the Looney Tunes franchise, Speedy Gonzales, who is known for his ability to run at lightning-fast speeds. The show follows Speedy and his friends, including his cousin Slowpoke Rodriguez, as they go on various adventures in Mexico. Speedy's primary goal is to protect his village from harm, often thwarting the plans of villains who seek to cause trouble.

Each episode typically begins with Speedy and his friends enjoying a peaceful day in their village, only to be interrupted by the arrival of a troublemaker. The troublemaker may be a rival gang, a thief, or a foreign invader seeking to take over the village. Regardless of who the villain is, Speedy and his friends always spring into action to save the day.

One of the unique aspects of Looney Tunes: Speedy Gonzales is its use of Mexican culture and folklore. The show incorporates elements of traditional Mexican music, food, and customs, providing a window into the country's rich heritage. In addition, many of the villains are based on Mexican myths and legends, adding an extra layer of cultural depth.

Another notable feature of the show is its humor. Like all Looney Tunes cartoons, Looney Tunes: Speedy Gonzales is filled with slapstick comedy, wordplay, and clever sight gags. Many of the jokes are geared towards a younger audience, but there are also plenty of nods to adult viewers, such as references to classic films or pop culture memes.

The animation style of Looney Tunes: Speedy Gonzales is similar to that of previous Looney Tunes cartoons. The characters are drawn with exaggerated features and colorful designs, with Speedy's signature sombrero and red bandana making him easy to identify. The backgrounds are often detailed and feature a wide range of textures, bringing the Mexican landscape to life.

The show features an ensemble cast of voice actors, with many of the original voice actors from the Looney Tunes franchise reprising their roles. Speedy Gonzales is voiced by Eric Bauza, who also voices Bugs Bunny in other Warner Bros. projects. Other notable voice actors include Grey Griffin, who plays Slowpoke Rodriguez, and Fred Tatasciore, who voices several of the show's villains.

Overall, Looney Tunes: Speedy Gonzales is a fun and lighthearted animated show that offers a refreshing take on traditional Looney Tunes cartoons. With its focus on Mexican culture and humor, the show is a great introduction to a new world of characters and stories. Whether you're a fan of the original Looney Tunes franchise or a newcomer to the world of animation, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Looney Tunes: Speedy Gonzales.

LOONEY TUNES: SPEEDY GONZALES is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (15 episodes). The series first aired on April 25, 2011.

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Pancho's Hideaway
15. Pancho's Hideaway
April 25, 2011
Bandit Pancho Vanilla robs the town bank and everyone in the town is upset about losing their money. Speedy hears about this and decides to steal the money back from Vanilla one coin at a time. Speedy beats Vanilla at all his tricks and is able to return all the money to the bank.
Nuts and Volts
14. Nuts and Volts
April 25, 2011
Sylvester chases Speedy so long he gets tired and tries to use electronics to trap him. Most of the electronics backfire and explode on Sylvester.
A Message to Gracias
13. A Message to Gracias
April 25, 2011
Speedy is trying to deliver a message to General Gracias when Sylvester chases after him. The message says: Happy Birthday and when Speedy sees this and thinks of all that he had to overcome to get the message delivered safely and he is mad at the leader who sent him. He lets Sylvester chase the leader for revenge for sending him on such a dangerous errand for such an unimportant message.
Chili Weather
12. Chili Weather
April 25, 2011
The local Guadalajara mice need food from the local food processing plant. Sylvester won't let them have it and Speedy is called upon to solve the problem.
Mexican Boarders
11. Mexican Boarders
April 25, 2011
Speedy's cousin, Slowpoke Rodriquez, comes to visit and puts Speedy in danger of being caught by Sylvester. Speedy beats of Sylvester by putting Tabasco sauce in his mouth and Slowpoke hypnotizes him into being their slave for the night and has him fix them a snack.
The Pied Piper of Guadalupe
10. The Pied Piper of Guadalupe
April 25, 2011
Sylvester can't catch any mice while chasing them through a Mexican town. He dresses up like a "Pied Piper" and hypnotizes all the mice into doing what he says, except for one. Speedy rescues his friends one by one as Sylvester chases after him. Speedy pulls pranks on Sylvester and wins.
Cannery Woe
9. Cannery Woe
April 25, 2011
Speedy Gonzales is recruited by a local political group to get cheese from a well-guarded cheese shop.
West of the Pesos
8. West of the Pesos
April 25, 2011
In an experimental lab, Mexican mice are guinea pigs awaiting their doom. In their hometown, the mice send Speedy Gonzales to tackle the guard cat, Sylvester and save the mice.
Mexicali Shmoes
7. Mexicali Shmoes
April 25, 2011
The Mexicali Shmoes are two cats who are on the lookout for Speedy. They lure Speedy to them with the promise of having a fiesta, but once Speedy is near they use their instruments as weapons to try and capture him. They never end up catching Speedy, they only injure themselves in their attempts.
Here Today, Gone Tamale
6. Here Today, Gone Tamale
April 25, 2011
The starving mice can only dream of cheese, but when a ship comes to shore packed full of cheese they must figure out a way to get a hold of it. Sylvester guards the ship, but Speedy has a way of getting past all of Sylvester's traps and defenses.
Tortilla Flaps
5. Tortilla Flaps
April 25, 2011
A hungry vulture interrupts a Mexican mouse fiesta, and it is up to Speedy Gonzales to stop the bird and save the mice.
Tabasco Road
4. Tabasco Road
April 25, 2011
Speedy Gonzales has to save his two friends, Pablo and Fernando, from cats they have angered.
Gonzales' Tamales
3. Gonzales' Tamales
April 25, 2011
All the male mice are fed up with Speedy's womanizing ways so they forge a note to Sylvester declaring war on Speedy's behalf. Sylvester fights Speedy, trying to use a gun, a wind-up seniorita doll, and a grenade to try and thwart the quick mouse.
Speedy Gonzales
2. Speedy Gonzales
April 25, 2011
Hungry Mexican mice are kept out of a cheese factory by Sylvester. Speedy has to try to get cheese for the mice.
Cat-Tails for Two
1. Cat-Tails for Two
April 25, 2011
Two cats board a ship going to Mexico to find some Mexican mouse-food. On board the ship they run into Speedy, who's more than they can handle.
LOONEY TUNES: SPEEDY GONZALES is available for streaming on the Warner Bros. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch LOONEY TUNES: SPEEDY GONZALES on demand at Amazon, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    April 25, 2011