Tiny Toon Adventures

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  • TV-G
  • 1990
  • 3 Seasons
  • 7.5  (14,325)

Tiny Toon Adventures was an American animated series created by Tom Ruegger and produced by Steven Spielberg for Warner Bros. Animation. The show ran from 1990 to 1995, consisting of 98 episodes over three seasons. The series followed the adventures of a group of young cartoon characters who attended Acme Looniversity, a school where they were taught to become the next generation of Looney Tunes stars.

The main characters of the show were Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny, Plucky Duck, Hamton J. Pig, Dizzy Devil, Shirley the Loon, Fifi La Fume and Calamity Coyote (among others), who were constantly getting into all sorts of wacky situations and misadventures. The show also featured a variety of appearances from classic Looney Tunes characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Tweety Bird, among others.

The show was known for its imaginative and often surreal humor, which blended slapstick comedy with parodies of popular culture, literary references, and pop-culture spoofs. Each episode was made up of multiple segments, each with its own unique story and characters.

The animation style of the show was vibrant and colorful, with fluid and dynamic movement, and often exaggerated expressions and movements on the part of the characters. The show also featured a memorable theme song, which became a pop-culture classic in its own right.

The voice cast of Tiny Toon Adventures was made up of a talented group of voice actors, including Maurice LaMarche, Charlie Adler, Tress MacNeille, Cree Summer, Danny Cooksey, Frank Welker, Don Messick, Rob Paulsen, Joe Alaskey, Candi Milo, Gail Matthius, John Kassir, Kath Soucie, Noel Blanc, Scott Innes, and others. Together they brought a wide range of distinctive and colorful characters to life, each with their own unique voice and personality.

Throughout its run, Tiny Toon Adventures garnered critical and commercial success, winning a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program and igniting a merchandising boom that included clothing, toys, and other merchandise. The show also spawned a successful spin-off in the form of Animaniacs, which shared many of the same creative team and voice actors.

In conclusion, Tiny Toon Adventures was a beloved animated series that captured the hearts and imaginations of fans both young and old. With its unique blend of slapstick humor, pop-culture references, and memorable characters, it remains a classic of the 1990s animation landscape, and a testament to the creative genius of its creators and voice cast.

Tiny Toon Adventures is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (98 episodes). The series first aired on September 14, 1990.

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It's a Wonderful Tiny Toon Christmas Special
20. It's a Wonderful Tiny Toon Christmas Special
December 6, 1992
Buster thinks that he has failed in putting together a stellar Christmas show for Acme Looniversity that he wishes that he was never born. A rabbit named Harvey (really Bugs in disguise) shows Buster what life would be life if he was never created.
Best of Buster Day
19. Best of Buster Day
November 23, 1992
In this series finale, Buster is finally being busted by Principal Bugs Bunny. Compromising Principals: Yosemite Sam is being hired by another school, and Buster and the gang try everything to mess it up for him.
A Cat's Eye View
18. A Cat's Eye View
November 16, 1992
Little Dog Lost: Byron runs away from Elmyra and finds a home with a nice and wealthy woman who treats him nicely.
Weekday Afternoon Live
17. Weekday Afternoon Live
November 16, 1992
This episode pays homage to the many acts that Saturday Night Live did on its long-running show. Blard Simpleton (a take on Bart Simpson) is the guest star host.
Sport Shorts
16. Sport Shorts
November 13, 1992
Minister Golf: Baby Plucky is back again. This time, his dad is teaching him how to play miniature golf, and gets hurt by balls in the process. I think this is where Plucky starts cheating and conniving to get his way.
The Horror of Slumber Party Mountain
15. The Horror of Slumber Party Mountain
November 12, 1992
Elmyra, dressed up as Elvira, tells the story about an evil bunny who wants revenge when ridicule drives him to his death. Buster, Babs, Plucky, Hamton, Fifi, and Shirley are having a sleep-out in that same area where the monster hangs out. They are playing practical jokes on one another, but the jokes start to get really scary when they start disappearing one by one. Buster is the last one left, but he is caught and captured. The monster uncovers itself as Elmyra!
Music Day
14. Music Day
November 11, 1992
It's Music Day and each episode is filled with musical stories. Loon Lake: Shirley is becoming a big success in her ballet class, but the older loons are jealous of her and want to sabotage her dance skills. Babs helps her out by teaching the older loons a lesson in acting on jealousy.
Grandma's Dead
13. Grandma's Dead
November 10, 1992
The Duff Family is back, without the maid. This time, Elmyra's grandmother comes for a visit and also leaves to go on a vacation. At the same time she leaves, Elmyra has six hamsters named after the Brady Bunch and one dies (Jan Brady). Elmyra is sad because her hamster died, but the way she told people, many think that her grandmother had died. Misunderstanding ensues until the grandmother comes back home.
Toon TV
12. Toon TV
November 9, 1992
Buster and Babs do a countdown of their favorite music videos, done toon style.
11. Washingtoon
November 4, 1992
That annoying lady from the Adults Against Funny Cartoons comes by and takes Acme Acres away from its cartoon heritage and makes it educational and a boring place to live. Bustre and Babs go to Washington to see if President Bush (in his last act of presidency before Clinton takes over) can help them out.
Buster's Directorial Debut
10. Buster's Directorial Debut
November 2, 1992
Buster has a chance to direct his own episode, but he is distracted by his fellow co-stars. Fit to Be Stewed: Buster and Babs come across a Carrot Cake house with a witch named Sandy that lives inside. Buster watches in horror as Babs is turned into a real rabbit. So he has to defeat the Witch in order to bring his friend back. In fact, she remains a real rabbit until the end of the show.
Two-Tone Town
9. Two-Tone Town
September 28, 1992
Buster and Babs put their jobs on the line in order to get three classic black-and-white stars a chance to have their own show.
Toons From the Crypt
8. Toons From the Crypt
September 22, 1992
Buster is the Cryptkeeper in this Tales of the Crypt-inspired episode.
Toons Take Over
7. Toons Take Over
September 21, 1992
Buster, Babs and Plucky are tired of the same old stuff and they want to develop their own episode, which is a dramatic piece. Everywhere they go, everyone keeps telling them that ""Comedy is what you do"". When their episode is screened, Cooper DevIlle likes it, but doesn't want them to do another one again! So Buster, Babs, and Plucky go back to where the show begins, but a little wiser for the wear.
The Return of Batduck
6. The Return of Batduck
September 19, 1992
Plucky Duck gets his own show on FOX, and it begins with this episode. Plucky cames back at Batduck and trying to get Tim Burton to give him the role in the new Batman movie that he thinks he deserves.
Flea For Your Life
5. Flea For Your Life
September 18, 1992
Remember the Flea-o Family? Well, they return in this episode and still living on Furrball. This time, they are working for an evil tick boss who wants to marry Itchy an work all the other insects to death.
What Makes Toon Tick
4. What Makes Toon Tick
September 17, 1992
Buster and Calamity explore the reasons why many TTA characters are the way they are. Whirlwind Romance: Dizzy is lonely and sad, until he comes across a girl whirlwind whom he think is a devil. She then disappears as quickly as she came and then Dizzy meets the beautiful sexy ladies that he always displays.
Fox Trot
3. Fox Trot
September 16, 1992
Buster and Babs are chased by two foxes while presenting three cartoons. My Brilliant Revenge: Hamton relaxes in his home watching his favorite show when Plucky breaks the sound barrier with his god-awful bagpipes. Hamton then destroys Plucky's pipes, and he and Hamton are about to duke it out in the wrestling ring. Hamton then apologizes for his behavior, and Plucky accepts but forgetting that he had a big boombox strapped to Hamton's chair so that it would blare off bagpipe music at a certain time. Plucky gets there too late, but saves Hamton when the music starts blasting.
New Class Day
2. New Class Day
September 15, 1992
It's a whole new year in Acme Looniversity and Buster and Babs guide us through their new class schedules. Just-Us League of Super Toons: Batduck and Decoy are back again, but now they fight for a chance to be in a super hero league.
1. Thirteensomething
September 14, 1992
Babs tires of the day-to-day cartoon structure of Tiny Toon Adventures and decides to leave it for an all-new show called ""thirteensomething"", but then realizes that she was much more happier when she was with Buster, Plucky and the gang.
Where to Watch Tiny Toon Adventures
Tiny Toon Adventures is available for streaming on the Warner Bros. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Tiny Toon Adventures on demand at Amazon and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 14, 1990
  • IMDB Rating
    7.5  (14,325)