So as you may have noticed I have done less editing on this wiki in the past few years then usual. A lot has come up since then. I'm in college right now and am trying to get through it with good grades.
I still edit every now and then, but I have other things to worry about.
Now that the summer's begun, I've decided though, that I'm going to be a regular contribute to this site again. I also have plans to review some more Looney Tunes shorts, something I said I would do over a year and a half ago.Read more >
This is the first in a long line of reviews I’m going to be doing for the original Looney Tunes Cartoons. I’m starting right from the beginning all the way to end in 1970 (or at least I'll try to).
To start, I’m going to be reviewing the short that started it all, Bosko the Talk-in Kid from 1929.
Although Sinkin in the Bathtub is the first Looney Tunes cartoons to be released in theaters, Bosko the Talk-in Kid is the first to be produced. Not really much of a cartoon, Bosko the Talk-in Kid was a pilot made by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising so they could pitch their cartoon Bosko to Leon Schlesinger. He was so impressed by it, that he sold a series of Bosko cartoons to Warner Brothers and thus Looney Tunes was born.
The plot (there really isn’t …Read more >
This wiki has had a total upgrade. Originally the Looney Tunes wiki was a mess, but thanks to likes of users such as SourBout, it could really turn into an excellent resourceful wiki.
I'm quite happy.Read more >
72 years ago on this very day (July 27, 1940) the famous cartoon rabbit officially debuted in a Wild Hare, directed by Tex Avery, since then he's gone to entertain people small and large. I'm giving a birthday shout-out to one of the greatest cartoon characters of all time.
Happy birthday you wascally wabbit.
Anyway here's a link to his first appearance (official, not counting the prototype bugs).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GsX94P6hfkRead more >
So I decided to do the very first blog post and it's review of a classic Warner Brothers Looney Tunes cartoon. It's called Robin Hood Daffy.
This is very funny. I think this has to be my favorite Warner brothers short. I love the scenario between Daffy and Porky, Daffy as the would be- robin hood, and Porky as the friar tuck like character. In the short Daffy tries to show Porky that he is Robin hood, because Porky didn't believe him when he said that he was, but every time he tries to show him, he keeps screwing up. Daffy and Porky were a great combo, and this short really shows why they worked well together.Read more >