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.
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.
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.