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This is a listing of all the animated shorts released by Warner Bros. under the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies banners from 1960 to currently.

A total of 145 shorts were released during the 1960s.

1960

Title Series Director Characters Production Number MPAA Number Release date Availability Notes
Fastest with the Mostest LT Chuck Jones Wile E. and Road Runner 1536 19257 January 19, 1960
West of the Pesos MM Robert McKimson Speedy, Sylvester 1534 19258 January 23, 1960
Horse Hare LT Friz Freleng Bugs, Sam 1539 19259 February 13, 1960
  • Currently not shown on television due to negative stereotyping.
Wild Wild World MM Robert McKimson Cave Darroway 1528 19260 February 27, 1960
Goldimouse and the Three Cats LT Friz Freleng Sylvester, Sylvester Junior 1535 19261 Mar 15, 1960
Person to Bunny MM Friz Freleng Bugs, Daffy, Elmer 1523 ????? April 1, 1960
  • No MPAA number appears onscreen.
Who Scent You? LT Chuck Jones Pepé, Penelope 1492 19375 April 23, 1960
Hyde and Go Tweet MM Friz Freleng Sylvester, Tweety 1526 ????? May 14, 1960
Rabbit's Feat LT Chuck Jones Bugs, Wile E. 1532 19378 June 4, 1960
Crockett-Doodle-Do MM Robert McKimson Foghorn, Egghead Jr. 1531 19270 June 25, 1960
Mouse and Garden LT Friz Freleng Sylvester, Sam Cat 1538 19379 July 16, 1960
Ready, Woolen and Able MM Chuck Jones Ralph and Sam 1519 19271 July 30, 1960
Mice Follies LT Robert McKimson The Honey-Mousers 1542 19380 August 20, 1960
From Hare to Heir MM Friz Freleng Bugs, Sam 1548 19530 September 3, 1960
The Dixie Fryer MM Robert McKimson Foghorn, Pappy & Elvis 1540 19381 September 24, 1960
  • iTunes/Amazon Video (unrestored)
Hopalong Casualty LT Chuck Jones Wile E. and Road Runner 1545 19531 October 8, 1960
Trip for Tat MM Friz Freleng Sylvester, Tweety, Granny 1541 19529 October 29, 1960
Dog Gone People MM Robert McKimson Elmer, Rupert the Dog 1547 19533 November 12, 1960
High Note LT Chuck Jones 1480 19498 December 3, 1960
Lighter Than Hare MM Friz Freleng Bugs, Sam 1553 19527 December 17, 1960

1961

Title Series Director Characters Production Number Release date Availability Notes
Cannery Woe LT Robert McKimson Speedy, Sylvester 1544 January 7, 1961
Zip 'n Snort MM Chuck Jones Wile E. and Road Runner 1498 January 21, 1961
Hoppy Daze LT Robert McKimson Hippety, Sylvester 1549 February 11, 1961
The Mouse on 57th Street MM Chuck Jones Rum Cake-Eating Mouse 1543 February 25, 1961
  • By the time this cartoon was in production, David H. DePatie became the cartoon unit's new Executive Producer. During a sequence in which newspapers are shown in this cartoon, one has a subhead which reads "DePatie Named To Head Cartoon Unit".[1]
Strangled Eggs MM Robert McKimson Foghorn, Henery, Prissy 1546 March 18, 1961
Birds of a Father LT Robert McKimson Sylvester, Sylvester Jr. 1559 April 1, 1961
D' Fightin' Ones MM Friz Freleng Sylvester 1555 April 22, 1961
The Abominable Snow Rabbit LT Chuck Jones

Co-Dir: Maurice Noble

Bugs, Daffy, Hugo 1551 May 20, 1961
Lickety-Splat LT Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Abe Levitow

Wile E. and Road Runner 1573 June 3, 1961
A Scent of the Matterhorn LT Chuck Jones (credited as M. Charl Jones) Pepé, Penelope 1552 June 24, 1961
  • Screen credits appear as French corruptions of actual names.
Rebel Without Claws LT Friz Freleng Sylvester, Tweety 1562 July 15, 1961
Compressed Hare MM Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Bugs, Wile E. 1557 July 29, 1961
The Pied Piper of Guadalupe LT Friz Freleng

Co-Dir: Hawley Pratt

Speedy, Sylvester 1554 August 19, 1961
Prince Violent LT Friz Freleng

Co-Dir: Hawley Pratt

Bugs, Sam 1566 September 2, 1961
  • Retitled Prince Varmint for television distribution, and featuring new title cards.
Daffy's Inn Trouble LT Robert McKimson Daffy, Porky 1560 September 23, 1961
What's My Lion? LT Robert McKimson Elmer, Pete Puma (Rocky the Mountain Lion) 1564 October 21, 1961
  • iTunes/Amazon Video (unrestored)
Beep Prepared MM Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Wile E. and Road Runner 1607 November 11, 1961
The Last Hungry Cat MM Friz Freleng

Co-Director: Hawley Pratt

Sylvester, Tweety, Granny 1569 December 2, 1961
Nelly's Folly MM Chuck Jones

Co-Directors: Maurice Noble & Abe Levitow

Nelly the Singing Giraffe 1558 December 30, 1961

1962

Title Series Director Characters Production Number Release date Availability Notes
Wet Hare LT Robert McKimson Bugs, Blacque Jacque Shellacque 1568 January 20, 1962
A Sheep in the Deep MM Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Ralph and Sam 1563 February 10, 1962
Fish and Slips LT Robert McKimson Sylvester, Sylvester Jr. 1567 March 10, 1962
  • First scene of this cartoon has a soundtrack reference to Treg Brown. The photograph shown may be of him as well.[2]
Quackodile Tears MM Art Davis Daffy 1582 March 31, 1962
Crow's Feat MM Friz Freleng

Co-Director: Hawley Pratt

Elmer (cameo), Jose & Manuel 1561 April 21, 1962
Mexican Boarders LT Friz Freleng

Co-Director: Hawley Pratt

Speedy, Sylvester, Slowpoke Rodriguez 1570 May 12, 1962
Bill of Hare MM Robert McKimson Bugs, Taz 1612 June 9, 1962
Zoom at the Top MM Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Wile E. and Road Runner 1574 June 30, 1962
The Slick Chick LT Robert McKimson Foghorn 1577 July 21, 1962
  • iTunes/Amazon Video (unrestored)
Louvre Come Back to Me! LT Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Pepé, Penelope, Claude 1572 August 18, 1962
Honey's Money MM Friz Freleng Sam 1583 September 1, 1962
The Jet Cage LT Friz Freleng Sylvester, Tweety, Granny 1609 September 22, 1962
Mother Was a Rooster MM Robert McKimson Foghorn, Barnyard Dawg 1571 October 20, 1962
  • iTunes/Amazon Video (unrestored)
Good Noose LT Robert McKimson Daffy 1565 November 10, 1962
Shishkabugs LT Friz Freleng Bugs, Sam 1615 December 8, 1962
Martian Through Georgia LT Chuck Jones & Abe Levitow

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

1556 December 29, 1962

1963

Title Series Director Characters Production Number Release date Availability Notes
I Was a Teenage Thumb MM Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Ralph K. Merlin, Tom Thumb 1578 January 19, 1963
Devil's Feud Cake MM Friz Freleng Bugs, Sam 1653 February 9, 1963
Fast Buck Duck MM Robert McKimson

Co-Director: Ted Bonnicksen

Daffy, Hector (Percy) 1617 March 9, 1963
The Million Hare LT Robert McKimson Bugs, Daffy 1610 April 6, 1963
Mexican Cat Dance LT Friz Freleng Speedy, Sylvester, El Toro 1614 April 20, 1963
Now Hear This LT Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

1611[3] April 27, 1963
Woolen Under Where MM Phil Monroe and Richard Thompson Ralph and Sam 1620 May 11, 1963
Hare-Breadth Hurry LT Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Bugs, Wile E. 1616 June 8, 1963
Banty Raids MM Robert McKimson Foghorn, Barnyard Dawg 1613 June 29, 1963
Chili Weather MM Friz Freleng Speedy, Sylvester 1650 August 17, 1963
The Unmentionables MM Friz Freleng Bugs, Rocky and Mugsy 1622 September 7, 1963
Aqua Duck MM Robert McKimson Daffy 1619 September 28, 1963
Mad as a Mars Hare MM Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Bugs, Marvin 1667 October 19, 1963
Claws in the Lease MM Robert McKimson Sylvester, Sylvester Jr. 1654 November 9, 1963
Transylvania 6-5000 MM Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Bugs, Count Blood Count, Witch Hazel (cameo) 1621 November 30, 1963
To Beep or Not to Beep MM Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Wile E. and Road Runner 1608 December 28, 1963

1964

Title Series Director Characters Production Number Release date Availability Notes
Dumb Patrol LT Gerry Chiniquy Bugs, Porky (cameo), Sam 1664 January 18, 1964
A Message to Gracias LT Robert McKimson Speedy, Sylvester 1652 February 8, 1964
Bartholomew Versus the Wheel MM Robert McKimson 1661 February 29, 1964
Freudy Cat LT Robert McKimson Hippety, Sylvester, Sylvester Jr. 1657 March 14, 1964
Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare MM Robert McKimson Bugs, Taz 1665 March 28, 1964
Nuts and Volts LT Friz Freleng Speedy, Sylvester 1651 April 25, 1964
The Iceman Ducketh LT Phil Monroe

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Bugs, Daffy 1668 May 16, 1964
War and Pieces LT Chuck Jones

Co-Director: Maurice Noble

Wile E. and Road Runner 1660 June 6, 1964
Hawaiian Aye Aye MM Gerry Chiniquy Sylvester, Tweety, Granny 1662 June 27, 1964
False Hare LT Robert McKimson Bugs, Foghorn (cameo) 1669 July 16, 1964
Señorella and the Glass Huarache LT Hawley Pratt 1606 August 1, 1964
Pancho's Hideaway LT Friz Freleng

Co-Director: Hawley Pratt

Speedy. Yosemite Sam (Pancho Vanilla) No Number October 24, 1964
  • First cartoon produced by DFE
Road to Andalay MM Friz Freleng

Co-Director: Hawley Pratt

Speedy, Sylvester No Number December 26, 1964

1965

  • All cartoons except Cats and Bruises star either Daffy or Wile E. and Road Runner.
  • All cartoons directed by Rudy Larriva are produced by Format Films.
Title Series Director Characters Release date Availability Notes
Zip Zip Hooray! MM Chuck Jones (uncredited) Wile E. and Road Runner, Ralph Phillips January 1, 1965
It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House LT Friz Freleng

Co-Director: Hawley Pratt

Daffy, Granny, Speedy, Sylvester January 16, 1965
  • First cartoon to co-star Daffy & Speedy.
Cats and Bruises MM Friz Freleng

Co-Director: Hawley Pratt

Speedy, Sylvester January 30, 1965
Roadrunner a Go-Go MM Chuck Jones (uncredited) Wile E. and Road Runner February 1, 1965
Wild Chase, The MM Friz Freleng

Co-Director: Hawley Pratt

Speedy, Sylvester, Wile E. and Road Runner February 27, 1965
Moby Duck LT Robert McKimson Daffy, Speedy March 27, 1965
Assault and Peppered MM Robert McKimson Daffy, Speedy April 24, 1965
Well Worn Daffy LT Robert McKimson Daffy, Speedy May 22, 1965
Suppressed Duck LT Robert McKimson Daffy June 18, 1965
Corn on the Cop MM Irv Spector Daffy, Granny, Porky July 24, 1965
Rushing Roulette MM Robert McKimson Wile E. and Road Runner July 31, 1965
Run, Run, Sweet Road Runner MM Rudy Larriva Wile E. and Road Runner August 21, 1965
Tease for Two LT Robert McKimson Daffy, Goofy Gophers August 28, 1965
Tired and Feathered MM Rudy Larriva Wile E. and Road Runner September 18, 1965
  • Produced by Format Films
Boulder Wham! MM Rudy Larriva Wile E. and Road Runner October 9, 1965
  • Produced by Format Films
Chili Corn Corny LT Robert McKimson Daffy, Speedy October 23, 1965
Just Plane Beep MM Rudy Larriva Wile E. and Road Runner October 30, 1965
  • Produced by Format Films
Hairied and Hurried MM Rudy Larriva Wile E. and Road Runner November 13, 1965
  • Produced by Format Films
Go Go Amigo MM Robert McKimson Daffy, Speedy November 20, 1965
Highway Runnery LT Rudy Larriva Wile E. and Road Runner December 11, 1965
  • Produced by Format Films
Chaser on the Rocks MM Rudy Larriva Wile E. and Road Runner December 25, 1965
  • Produced by Format Films

1966

  • All Daffy and Speedy cartoons are directed by Robert McKimson.
  • All Wile E. and Road Runner cartoons are directed by Rudy Larriva except Sugar and Spies, which is directed by the former.
Title Series Director Release date Characters Availability Notes
The Astroduck LT Robert McKimson January 1, 1966 Daffy, Speedy
Shot and Bothered LT Rudy Larriva January 8, 1966 Wile E., Road Runner
  • Produced by Format Films
Out and Out Rout MM Rudy Larriva January 29, 1966 Wile E., Road Runner
  • Produced by Format Films
Mucho Locos MM Robert McKimson February 5, 1966 Daffy, Speedy, Porky Pig (cameo)
The Solid Tin Coyote LT Rudy Larriva February 19, 1966 Wile E., Road Runner
  • Produced by Format Films
Mexican Mousepiece MM Robert McKimson February 26, 1966 Daffy, Speedy
Clippety Clobbered LT Rudy Larriva March 12, 1966 Wile E., Road Runner
Daffy Rents LT Robert McKimson March 26, 1966 Daffy, Speedy
A-Haunting We Will Go LT Robert McKimson Apr 16, 1966 Daffy, Speedy, Witch Hazel
Snow Excuse MM Robert McKimson May 21, 1966 Daffy, Speedy
  • DVD – 4 Classic Cartoons promotional DVD
A Squeak in the Deep LT Robert McKimson July 19, 1966 Daffy, Speedy
Feather Finger MM Robert McKimson August 20, 1966 Daffy, Speedy
Swing Ding Amigo LT Robert McKimson September 17, 1966 Daffy, Speedy
Sugar and Spies LT Robert McKimson November 5, 1966 Wile E., Road Runner
A Taste of Catnip MM Robert McKimson December 3, 1966 Daffy, Speedy, Sylvester, Hector (cameo)

1967

  • In 1967, Seven Arts, which had just acquired Warner Bros., decided to internalize cartoon production once more, with William L. Hendricks as producer and Alex Lovy as director.
  • All cartoons, except for Cool Cat, Sam Cat and Merlin the Magic Mouse, co-star Daffy and Speedy.
  • All cartoons produced by Format Films are directed by Rudy Larriva.
  • DFE cartoons are directed by Robert McKimson.
  • All cartoons after the 4th one this year are directed by Alex Lovy at Warner Bros. Animation.
Title Series Release Date Characters Availability Notes
Daffy's Diner MM January 21, 1967 Daffy, Speedy
Quacker Tracker LT April 29, 1967 Daffy, Speedy
The Music Mice-Tro MM May 27, 1967 Daffy, Speedy
  • Produced by Format Films
The Spy Swatter LT June 24, 1967 Daffy, Speedy, Sam cat (Mr. Brain)
  • Produced by Format Films
Speedy Ghost to Town MM July 29, 1967 Daffy, Speedy
  • First cartoon directed by Alex Lovy
Rodent to Stardom LT September 23, 1967 Daffy, Speedy
Go Away Stowaway MM September 30, 1967 Daffy, Speedy
Cool Cat LT October 14, 1967 Cool Cat, Colonel Rimfire
  • First appearances of Cool Cat and Colonel Rimfire
Merlin the Magic Mouse MM November 18, 1967 Merlin, Second Banana, Sam cat
  • First appearances of Merlin the Magic Mouse and Second Banana
Fiesta Fiasco LT December 9, 1967 Daffy, Speedy

1968

  • All cartoons directed by Alex Lovy except Bunny and Claude.
  • Blue Ribbon re-releases ended this year.
Title Series Director Characters Release date Availability Notes
Hocus Pocus Pow Wow LT Alex Lovy Merlin & Second Banana January 13, 1968
Norman Normal N/A Alex Lovy February 3, 1968
  • Released as a "Cartoon Special" (neither a Looney Tune nor a Merrie Melodie)
  • Used Peter, Paul and Mary's "Norman Normal" as the opening music
Big Game Haunt MM Alex Lovy Cool Cat, Colonel Rimfire February 10, 1968
Skyscraper Caper LT Alex Lovy Daffy, Speedy March 9, 1968
Hippydrome Tiger LT Alex Lovy Cool Cat, Colonel Rimfire March 30, 1968
Feud with a Dude MM Alex Lovy Merlin & Second Banana May 25, 1968
See Ya Later Gladiator LT Alex Lovy Daffy, Speedy June 29, 1968
3 Ring Wing-Ding LT Alex Lovy Cool Cat, Colonel Rimfire August 24, 1968
Flying Circus LT Alex Lovy Ace and Fritz September 14, 1968
Chimp and Zee MM Alex Lovy October 12, 1968
Bunny and Claude (We Rob Carrot Patches) LT Robert McKimson Bunny and Claude November 9, 1968

1969

  • All cartoons directed by Robert McKimson. The Warner Bros. Animation studio shut down in 1969 when the Kinney National Corporation acquired Warner Bros. from Seven Arts. Injun Trouble was the final WB cartoon until 1980, when Warner Bros. reopened its animation department.
Title Series Characters Release date Availability Notes
The Great Carrot-Train Robbery MM Bunny and Claude January 25, 1969
Fistic Mystic LT Merlin & Second Banana March 29, 1969
  • Features a different one-time-use version of "The Merry Go Round Broke Down"
Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too! LT Rapid Rabbit and Quick Brown Fox June 7, 1969
  • Intended as a series, but never materialized due to the closure of the Warner Bros. cartoon studio weeks after completion.
Shamrock and Roll MM Merlin & Second Banana June 28, 1969
Bugged by a Bee LT Cool Cat July 26, 1969
Injun Trouble MM Cool Cat September 20, 1969

1970–present

Theatrical cartoons

Limited releases

Title Series Director Characters Production Number Release date City Notes DVD & Blu-ray availability
Another Froggy Evening LT Chuck Jones Marvin, Michigan No Number October 6, 1995 LA Space Jam two-disc DVD,
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1
From Hare to Eternity LT Chuck Jones Bugs, Michigan (cameo), Sam No Number Mar 24, 1996 LA Last cartoon directed by Chuck Jones The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie,
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1(1998 dubbed version)
Father of the Bird LT Stephen Fossatti Sylvester No Number November 14, 1997 LA
  • First Sylvester cartoon since 1966
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1
Little Go Beep LT Spike Brandt Wile E. and Road Runner 255-283 November 6, 2000 LA Daffy Duck's Quackbusters,
Supergenius Hijinks

Other theatrical releases

Title Series Director Characters Production Num. Release date Released theatrically in Film shown with DVD & Blu-ray availability Notes
The Duxorcist LT Greg Ford,
Terry Lennon
Daffy, Melissa 255-111 November 20, 1987 Los Angeles/New York City Shown as a scene in Daffy Duck's Quackbusters
Mel Blanc's final Looney Tunes short
Space Jam two-disc DVD,
The Essential Daffy Duck
Night of the Living Duck MM Greg Ford,
Terry Lennon
Daffy 255-112 September 23, 1988 LA/NYC Shown at the beginning of Daffy Duck's Quackbusters
Mel Blanc's final Merrie Melodies short
Space Jam two-disc DVD,
The Essential Daffy Duck
Box Office Bunny LT Darrell Van Citters Bugs, Daffy, Elmer 255-164 February 11, 1991 US, Canada, Mexico The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie
  • First Bugs Bunny cartoon since 1964
  • First Elmer Fudd cartoon since 1962
Chariots of Fur LT Chuck Jones Wile E. and Road Runner No Number December 21, 1994 Richie Rich Supergenius Hijinks
Carrotblanca LT Douglas McCarthy Bugs, The Crusher, Daffy, Foghorn, Barnyard, Giovanni Jones, Gossamer, Granny, Miss Prissy, Mugsy, Penelope, Pepé, Pete Puma, Porky, Sam, Sam Sheepdog, Sylvester, Tweety, & Beaky August 25, 1995 The Amazing Panda Adventure Casablanca two-disc special edition,
The Essential Bugs Bunny
Casablanca 70th Anniversary Edition
  • Features more characters than any other cartoon
Superior Duck LT Chuck Jones Daffy, Foghorn, Marvin, Porky, Taz, Tweety, Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote No Number August 23, 1996 US and its territories Carpool Daffy Duck's Quackbusters,
The Essential Daffy Duck,
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1
Pullet Surprise LT Darrell Van Citters Foghorn, Pete No Number March 26, 1997 Cats Don't Dance The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie
Coyote Falls LT Matthew O'Callaghan Wile E. and Road Runner 345-180 July 30, 2010 Worldwide Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore,
Supergenius Hijinks
  • First cartoon to use computer-generated imagery.
  • First theatrical cartoon produced in 3D since Lumber Jack-Rabbit.
Fur of Flying LT Matthew O'Callaghan Wile E. and Road Runner 345-181 September 24, 2010 Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole,
Supergenius Hijinks
  • Computer animated
Rabid Rider LT Matthew O'Callaghan Wile E. and Road Runner 345-182 December 17, 2010 Yogi Bear Yogi Bear,
Supergenius Hijinks
  • Computer animated
I Tawt I Taw A Puddy Tat LT Matthew O'Callaghan Sylvester, Tweety, Granny 345-193 November 18, 2011 US and its territories Happy Feet Two Happy Feet Two
  • Computer animated
Daffy's Rhapsody LT Matthew O'Callaghan Daffy, Elmer, Bugs (cameo), Taz (cameo), Tweety (cameo), Wile E. Coyote & Road Runner (cameo) 342-194 February 10, 2012 Worldwide Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
  • Computer animated
Flash in the Pain LT Matthew O'Callaghan Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Tweety (cameo), Sylvester (cameo), Granny (cameo) To be released Worldwide To be decided
  • Computer animated

Non-theatrical cartoons

Made-for-TV cartoons

Title Series Director Characters Release date Notes DVD & Blu-ray availability
Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol MM Friz Freleng Bugs, Elmer, Foghorn, Pepé, Petunia, Porky, Sam, Sylvester, Tweety November 27, 1979 Edited from the CBS-TV special Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)
Freeze Frame MM Chuck Jones Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner November 27, 1979 LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)
Fright Before Christmas MM Friz Freleng Bugs, Taz, Clyde, Speedy November 27, 1979 LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature),
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1
The Yolks on You MM Tony Benedict
Gerry Chiniquy
Art Davis
Dave Detiege
Daffy, Foghorn, Prissy, Sylvester April 1, 1980 Edited from the NBC-TV special Daffy Duck's Easter Special LTGC Volume 6, Disc 1 (special feature),
The Essential Daffy Duck (special feature)
The Chocolate Chase LT Friz Freleng Daffy, Speedy April 1, 1980 LTGC Volume 6, Disc 1 (special feature),
4 Classic Cartoons promotional DVD,
The Essential Daffy Duck (special feature)
Daffy Flies North MM Tony Benedict
Gerry Chiniquy
Art Davis
Dave Detiege
Daffy April 1, 1980 LTGC Volume 6, Disc 1 (special feature),
The Essential Daffy Duck (special feature)
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny MM Chuck Jones Bugs, Elmer, Wile E. Coyote (cameo) May 21, 1980 Edited from the CBS-TV special Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)
The Essential Bugs Bunny (special feature)
Spaced Out Bunny MM Chuck Jones Bugs, Marvin, Hugo May 21, 1980 LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature),
The Essential Bugs Bunny (special feature)
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1
Soup or Sonic MM Chuck Jones Wile E. and Road Runner May 21, 1980 LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)
The Essential Bugs Bunny (special feature)
Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24½th Century MM Chuck Jones Daffy, Gossamer, Marvin, Porky November 20, 1980
  • Planned for theatrical release, then changed into a TV format cartoon, edited from the NBC-TV special Daffy Duck's Thanks-for-Giving
  • First Daffy Duck cartoon since 1968
  • First Porky Pig cartoon since 1966
Daffy Duck's Quackbusters,
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1,
The Essential Daffy Duck (special feature)

Premiered on television/home media

Title Series Director Characters Release date Notes DVD availability
Invasion Of The Bunny Snatchers LT Greg Ford,
Terry Lennon
Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Sam, Porky ("Porky drum" ending) August 25, 1992
  • Planned for theatrical release
Space Jam two-disc DVD (edited),
The Essential Bugs Bunny (uncut version)
(Blooper) Bunny MM Greg Ford,
Terry Lennon
Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Sam June 13, 1997 LTGC Volume 1, Disc 1 (special feature)
Daffy Duck for President LT Spike Brandt,
Tony Cervone
Daffy, Bugs November 2, 2004
  • Direct-to-DVD short, planned for theatrical release
  • Based on the book of the same name by Chuck Jones
LTGC Volume 2, Disc 3 (special feature),
The Essential Daffy Duck (special feature)
Daffy & Porky in the William Tell Overture MM Dan Haskett Daffy, Porky 2006
  • Edited from the 1991 television special Bugs Bunny's Overtures to Disaster
  • Final Merrie Melodies cartoon. Then on "The Looney Tunes Show", Merrie Melodies are now 2 minute songs.
LTGC Volume 4, Disc 2 (special feature)

Premiered elsewhere

Title Series Director Characters Release date Notes DVD & Blu-ray availability
Marvin the Martian in the Third Dimension LT Douglas McCarthy Daffy, Marvin, K-9 October 23, 1996 Theme park attraction at Warner Bros. Movie World Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1

Planned for theatrical release, but never screened theatrically

Originally planned for theatrical release in 2004, but were released direct-to-DVD (except for 'The Whizzard of Ow' which premiered in Wal-Mart stores) due to Looney Tunes: Back In Action's commercial failure. All cartoons are produced by Sander Schwartz and Larry Doyle, and produced in widescreen.

Title Series Director Characters Release date Notes
The Whizzard of Ow LT Bret Haaland Wile E. and Road Runner November 1, 2003
Museum Scream LT Dan Povenmire Sylvester, Tweety, Granny March 31, 2004
Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas LT Bill Kopp,
Peter Shin
Bugs, Sam March 31, 2004
  • Available on bonus disc of Australian edition of Looney Tunes: Back in Action and The Essential Bugs Bunny
  • Available on Blu-ray edition of Looney Tunes: Back in Action"
  • Cameos of Wile E. and Road Runner.
Attack of the Drones LT Rich Moore Daffy (as Duck Dodgers) March 31, 2004
  • Available on bonus disc of Australian edition of Looney Tunes: Back in Action and The Essential Daffy Duck
  • Available on Blu-Ray edition of Looney Tunes: Back in Action"
  • Cameo by Dr. Zoidberg from Futurama.
  • Cameo of The Great Gazoo from The Flintstones.
Cock-A-Doodle Duel LT Peter Shin Foghorn March 31, 2004
  • Available on bonus disc of Australian edition of Looney Tunes: Back in Action
  • Available on Blu-ray edition of Looney Tunes: Back in Action"
  • Only cartoon to feature a country music version of the ending theme, and after the "That's all Folks!" script writes itself, the ending theme was re-orchestrated.
My Generation G-G-Gap LT Dan Povenmire Porky March 31, 2004
  • Available on bonus disc of Australian edition of Looney Tunes: Back in Action
  • Available on Blu-Ray edition of Looney Tunes: Back in Action"
  • Only cartoon to feature a rock and roll version of the ending theme, and after the "That's all Folks!" script writes itself, the ending theme was re-orchestrated.

There were several stories planned and storyboarded in 2004 but many of them were canceled due to the box-office failure of Looney Tunes: Back in Action.[citation needed]


Miscellaneous shorts

Title Director Release date DVD & Blu-ray availability Notes
Adventures of the Road-Runner Chuck Jones June 2, 1962 LTGC Volume 2, Disc 2 Unsold TV-pilot, screened in theaters
Later cut down into three shorts; To Beep or Not to Beep (1963), Roadrunner a Go-Go (1965), and Zip Zip Hooray! (1965).
Philbert: Three's a Crowd [ichard Donner (live action)
Friz Freleng (animation)
April 1, 1963 LTGC Volume 3, Disc 4 Unsold TV-pilot, screened in theaters
The Door[5] Ken Mundie June 1, 1968 LTPC Volume 1, Disc 3 (special feature) Produced by "Campbell-Silver-Cosby Corporation," a studio co-owned by Bill Cosby, who was then a popular recording artist with Warner Bros. Records. Cosby and Mundie would later team up to create Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids.

Notes

  • I'm Mad from 1994 is not part of the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies series. It was shown with the film Thumbelina and is more a part of the Animaniacs TV series.

Feature films

Main article: List of Looney Tunes feature films

Miscellaneous shorts

Title Director Release date DVD & Blu-ray availability Notes
The Bugs Bunny-Road Runner Movie Chuck Jones June 2, 1962 LTGC Volume 2, Disc 2 Unsold TV-pilot, screened in theaters
Later cut down into three shorts; To Beep or Not to Beep (1963), Roadrunner a Go-Go (1965), and Zip Zip Hooray! (1965).
Philbert: Three's a Crowd [ichard Donner (live action)
Friz Freleng (animation)
April 1, 1963 LTGC Volume 3, Disc 4 Unsold TV-pilot, screened in theaters
The Door[5] Ken Mundie June 1, 1968 LTPC Volume 1, Disc 3 (special feature) Produced by "Campbell-Silver-Cosby Corporation," a studio co-owned by Bill Cosby, who was then a popular recording artist with Warner Bros. Records. Cosby and Mundie would later team up to create Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids.

Television specials

Main article: List of Looney Tunes television specials

Webtoons

Main article: Webtoons

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 http://web.archive.org/web/20131006232901/http://www.davemackey.com/animation/wb/1961.html
  2. http://web.archive.org/web/20131005045024/http://www.davemackey.com/animation/wb/1962.html
  3. Production number shows on screen as 161. Confirmed from original artwork.
  4. http://www.bcdb.com/cartoon-info/4436-Cats-And-Bruises
  5. 5.0 5.1 Independently produced film (1967 copyright) purchased and distributed by WB in 1968

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