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52 - Face-off

Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner debuts

It's a Great Feeling 1949 poster

Bugs Bunny makes a cameo in It's a Great Feeling film


Leon Schlesinger dies of viral infection.

1949 is yet another year in the golden age of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies.


  1. Lt icon Wise Quackers (Freleng/January 1/DD: FF) Blueribbon icon
  2. Music note Hare Do (Freleng/January 15/3:1)
  3. Music note Holiday for Drumsticks (Davis/January 22)
  4. Music note Awful Orphan (Jones/January 29/1:3) Blueribbon icon
  5. Lt icon Porky Chops (Davis/February 12/1:2)
  6. Lt icon Mississippi Hare (Jones/February 26/4:1)
  7. Lt icon Paying the Piper (McKimson/March 12/5:2) Blueribbon icon
  8. Lt icon Daffy Duck Hunt (McKimson/March 26/1:4) Blueribbon icon
  9. Music note Rebel Rabbit (McKimson/April 9/3:1) Blueribbon icon
  10. Lt icon Mouse Wreckers (Jones/April 23/2:2) Blueribbon icon
  11. Lt icon High Diving Hare (Freleng/April 30/1:1) Blueribbon icon
  12. Music note The Bee-Deviled Bruin (Jones/May 14)
  13. Lt icon Curtain Razor (Freleng/May 21/PP&F: HH)
  14. Music note Bowery Bugs (Davis/June 4/3:1) Blueribbon icon
  15. Music note Mouse Mazurka (Freleng/June 11) Blueribbon icon
  16. Lt icon Long-Haired Hare (Jones/June 25/1:1)
  17. Lt icon Henhouse Henery (McKimson/July 2) Blueribbon icon
  18. Music note Knights Must Fall (Freleng/July 16)
  19. Music note Bad Ol' Putty Tat (Freleng/July 23/2:3) Blueribbon icon
  20. Lt icon The Grey Hounded Hare (McKimson/August 6/4:1) Blueribbon icon
  21. Music note Often an Orphan (Jones/August 13/6:1) Blueribbon icon
  22. Lt icon The Windblown Hare (McKimson/August 27/3:3)
  23. Music note Dough for the Do-Do (Freleng/September 2/1:2) Blueribbon icon
  24. Lt icon Fast and Furry-ous (Jones/September 16/1:3) Blueribbon icon
  25. Music note Each Dawn I Crow (Freleng/September 23) Blueribbon icon
  26. Music note Frigid Hare (Jones/October 7/1:3)
  27. Lt icon Swallow the Leader (McKimson/October 14/4:4) Blueribbon icon
  28. Music note Bye, Bye Bluebeard (Davis/October 21/3:3) Blueribbon icon
  29. Lt icon For Scent-imental Reasons (Jones/November 12/1:3) Blueribbon icon
  30. Music note Hippety Hopper (McKimson/November 19/S&HH: MM)
  31. Lt icon Which Is Witch (Freleng/December 3)
  32. Lt icon Bear Feat (Jones/December 10/6:1)
  33. Music note Rabbit Hood (Jones/December 24/4:1) Blueribbon icon
  34. Lt icon A Ham in a Role (McKimson/December 31/6:1) Blueribbon icon

Blue Ribbon Reissues

1948 - 1949 Season

  1. Music note Bedtime for Sniffles (Jones/January 1)
  2. Music note Prest-O Change-O (Jones/February 5)
  3. Lt icon Swooner Crooner (Tashlin/February 12) {first Looney Tune to be reissued}
  4. Music note Hop, Skip, and a Chump (Freleng/March 5)
  5. Music note He Was Her Man (Freleng/April 2)
  6. Music note I Wanna Be a Sailor (Avery/April 30)
  7. Music note Flop Goes the Weasel (Jones/May 21)
  8. Music note Horton Hatches the Egg (Clampett/June 18)
  9. Music note The Egg Collector (Jones/July 16)
  10. Music note The Mice Will Play (Avery/August 6)
  11. Music note Inki and the Minah Bird (Jones/August 20)

1949 - 1950 Season

  1. Music note Tom Thumb in Trouble (Jones/September 24)
  2. Music note Farm Frolics (Clampett/October 15)
  3. Lt icon The Hep Cat (Clampett/November 12)
  4. Music note Toy Trouble (Jones/December 31)

Character Debuts




<< 1948 Timeline 1950 >>

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