Synonyms for looney_tunes_merrie_melodies or Related words with looney_tunes_merrie_melodies

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Examples of "looney_tunes_merrie_melodies"
Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies, Leon Schlesinger Productions:
This phenomenon has existed in animation for years, dating back to early Warner Bros.' "Looney Tunes"/"Merrie Melodies" animated cartoons.
Greene also had a brief stint creating music for six "Looney Tunes"/"Merrie Melodies" shorts from 1966 to 1967:
Another girlfriend of Bugs Bunny's, Lula Belle Bunny, appeared in "Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies Comics" and "Bugs Bunny Comics" between 1947 and 1955 .
The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie is a 1981 "Looney Tunes"/"Merrie Melodies" film with a compilation of classic Warner Bros. cartoon shorts and animated bridging sequences produced by Friz Freleng, hosted by Bugs Bunny. The new footage was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and the first "Looney Tunes"/"Merrie Melodies" film with a compilation of classic Warner Bros. cartoon shorts to be produced by Warner Bros. Animation.
Robert "Bob" Matz (July 8, 1912 – March 28, 2003) was an American animator. He worked on various animated shorts, films, and television projects, such as Looney Tunes, Merrie Melodies, "The Pink Panther", "Peanuts" Cartoons, and "".
Though Fox Pop has yet to make its way onto any official Looney Tunes / Merrie Melodies Collection DVD's, the short was released on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4 LaserDisc, released July 14, 1993
Some of the productions he worked on include the 1965-1967 "Looney Tunes" & "Merrie Melodies" cartoons for Format Films, "Song of the South", "Mr. Magoo", "Gerald McBoing Boing", "Fangface", "The Alvin Show" and The Lone Ranger (animated TV series). He was also the animation director of "The Twilight Zone" opening titles for 1959–1960.
Bugs Bunny: Superstar is a 1975 "Looney Tunes" documentary film narrated by Orson Welles and produced and directed by Larry Jackson. It was the first documentary to examine the history of the Warner Bros. cartoons, and includes nine "Looney Tunes"/"Merrie Melodies" cartoons (six featuring Bugs Bunny) which were previously released during the 1940s:
The myna appears as a "Looney Tunes"/"Merrie Melodies" cartoon character, simply named "The Myna Bird", who appeared in the Inki series during the 40s, and then later appeared in other Warner Bros. cartoon shorts and as well as "Tiny Toon Adventures", "Animaniacs", "The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries" and a "Looney Tune" film "Tweety's High Flying Adventure".
Wilson D. "Pete" Burness (June 16, 1904 – July 21, 1969) was an American animator and animation director. He won two Academy Awards during his career and was perhaps best known for his work on the Mr. Magoo series. He also contributed to the "Tom and Jerry" series, "Looney Tunes", "Merrie Melodies", and "Rocky and His Friends".
Merrie Melodies is an American animated series of comedy short films produced by Warner Bros. between 1931 and 1969, during the golden age of American animation. As with its parent series, "Looney Tunes", "Merrie Melodies" featured some of the most famous cartoon characters ever created; including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd.
In several "Looney Tunes"/"Merrie Melodies" cartoons, Sylvester the Cat is beaten up by Hippety Hopper the baby kangaroo, who always accomplishes this feat after escaping from the captivity of humans who have attempted to take him to a zoo in assorted American cities, and whom Sylvester believes to be an oversized mouse.
Would usually air older content, such as Looney Tunes, Merrie Melodies, Tom and Jerry and various Hanna–Barbera cartoons. When it was removed, its content was spread around the schedule, but over the years the shows have either been removed or moved to Boomerang instead.
In the early 1990s, shows like "The Flintstones", "Scooby-Doo", "The Jetsons", "Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies", and others remained on the schedule. Original animated programming such as "Captain Planet and the Planeteers", "2 Stupid Dogs", and "" were added as well, as part of the "Sunday Morning In Front Of The TV" block.
Clips of numerous cartoons from the Turner library would often pop up spontaneously during segments of the show, especially during the music videos. These included "Tom and Jerry", "Popeye", Tex Avery cartoons, pre-August 1948 "Looney Tunes"/"Merrie Melodies" shorts, "2 Stupid Dogs", "The Flintstones", "The Jetsons", and other classic Hanna-Barbera cartoons.
While the television catalog has often changed hands over the years, the theatrical cartoons continue to be owned by their original distributors: United Artists (via its current corporate parent, MGM) for the Mirisch Company cartoon library and Warner Bros. for the "Looney Tunes"/"Merrie Melodies" cartoons.
Early depictions of the Heap look highly similar to the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies character Gossamer, an orange-furred, practically featureless monster in sneakers who menaced Bugs Bunny in the 1946 animated short "Hair-Raising Hare" before going on to other appearances (named "Rudolph" in one).
"Yogi Bear", "Rocky and Bullwinkle", "The Ren and Stimpy Show", "Amazon Women on the Moon", "Gumby", "Creepshow", "Chespirito", "Davey and Goliath", "El Chavo del Ocho", six Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies cartoons of 1958 and countless other productions have also used cues from the Hi-Q library.
In 1996, Turner was bought by Time Warner. Among the programming changes instituted after the merger was the addition of later "Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies" cartoons, released no earlier than August 1, 1948 (as previously mentioned); the change was promoted with the title of "Super Looney Tunes". Also added were reruns of the WB Animation series "Taz-Mania", which had recently ceased airing on the Fox Kids Network. At this point, TBS's children's programming was now under the banner of the "Disaster Area".