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Favorite Looney Tunes Cartoon

Discussion in 'Back To The Inkwell - Classic Cartoons Discussion' started by shoohorn, Jul 21, 2015.

  1. shoohorn

    shoohorn Banned

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    Here are my Favs
    All Daffy Duck Cartoons, especially:
    Duck Amuck
    Duck Dodgers in the 24½ Century
    Nasty Quacks
    You Ought To Be In Pictures
    Slightly Daffy
    Daffy Duck Hunt
    Duck Soup To Nuts
    Book Revue
    Plane Daffy
    My Favorite Duck
    What Makes Daffy Duck
    Golden Yeggs
    Others
    High Diving Hare
    Hold the Lion Please!
    Whats Up Doc?
    A Hare Grows In Manhattan
    From A to Z-z-z-z-z-z-z-zs
    Odorable Kitty
    Wideo Wabbit
    The Big Snooze
    Transylannia 6-5000
    No Barking
    An Itch In Time
    Tick Tock Tuckered
    High Note
    All Sylvester & Tweety cartoons
    All Road Runner Cartoons
    Rabbit Seasoning
    All Elmer Fudd Cartoons
    A Pest In The House
    Many Porky Pig Cartoons
    All Yosemite Sam Cartoons
    All other Looney Tunes Cartoons, not as much as the ones listed
    Whats Yours?
     
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  2. DVDLooney

    DVDLooney Active Member

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    My Favorite Merrie Melodies/Looney Tunes shorts.

    "Rebel Rabbit"
    "Detouring America"
    "The Big Snooze"
    "Hare Conditioned"
    "The Rebel Without Claws"
    "Kitty Kornered"
    "Cross-Country Detours"
    "Trap Happy Porky"
    "Upswept Hare"
    "The Grey Hounded Hare"
    "Which is Witch"
    "A Gander at Mother Goose"
    "Ain't That Ducky"
    "Book Revue"
    "Rabbitson Crusoe"
    "Of Rice and Hen"
    "Lights Fantastic"
    "Crazy Cruise"
    "Goofy Groceries"
    "From Hand to Mouse"
    "Brother Brat"
    "Behind the Meatball"
    "Baby Bottleneck"
    "Land of the Midnight Fun"
    "The Mighty Hunters"
    "Mexican Joyride"
    "The Mouse-Merized Cat"
    "Fresh Fish"

    There are more cartoons, but I'll come back and edit if there's more I can think of that I like.

    I enjoy watching these on Laserdisc and DVDs. Especially, "Rabbitson Crusoe," , "Land of the Midnight Fun" and "Detouring America".
     
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  3. ToonReel

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    My favourites tended to be the Porky vs Daffy series for the large part, especially the ones made by Robert McKimson. Notables are probably 'Daffy Doodles', 'Baby Bottleneck' and 'The Ducksters'.

    Favorite Bugs Bunnys are probably 'Rebel Rabbit', 'Easter Yeggs' and 'Bugs Bunny Gets The Boid', along with the usual iconic lot such as the Hunting Trilogy and 'What's Opera Doc?'.
     
  4. BartWinkle

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    Mine tend to be the Tweety and Sylvester ones. Can't think of any particular ones.
     
  5. hobbyfan

    hobbyfan Well-Known Member

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    The Bugs-Daffy-Elmer "Rabbit/Duck Season" trilogy. The Bugs/Wile E. Coyote "Super Genius" trilogy. Anything with Speedy Gonzales and/or Foghorn Leghorn.
     
  6. shoohorn

    shoohorn Banned

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    I Love the entire elmer hunting trilogy
     
  7. Daffyfan2002

    Daffyfan2002 $enior member

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    I loved "What's Yours?" That's definitely one of my favorites. Just kidding there.

    My fave has got to be "Duck Dodgers."
     
  8. shoohorn

    shoohorn Banned

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    YOU JOINED ON MY BIRTHDAY! THE YEAR I WAS BORN TO BE EXACT
     
  9. Dr.Pepper

    Dr.Pepper Well-Known Member

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    I always liked Porky in Wackyland.
     
  10. jaylop97

    jaylop97 L Twins

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    I like tick tock Tuckered, and Duck twacy both were very hilarious and nicely made.
     
  11. Goldstar Neo

    Goldstar Neo Good Morning!

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    Guys, don't forget to give some actual reason(s) why you like these cartoons. It makes for better discussion.
     
  12. DVDLooney

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    OK.

    I'll start explaining why I like the cartoons I like:

    "Which is Witch" (I enjoy it because it's not often Bugs gets paired up with a Witch Doctor.)
    "The Land of the Midnight Fun" (I enjoy this from beginning from end. When Robert C. Bruce, the narrator, narrates, the gags are good. i.e, The Boat stopping, then dropping anchor, whistling "All Aboard!" and People getting off the boat. I also liked the Eskimo skier in the end. Great Cartoon by Tex Avery.)
    "Brother Brat" (Porky babysits Percy, then gets chased by the boy that has a clever in his hand. What was really funny was that the Cat ran in 6 different directions when Percy tried to get him.)
    "The Mighty Hunters" (Was a good early Chuck Jones Cartoon. I seldomly enjoy early WB Chuck Jones Cartoons. This one changed my opinion on that, though. They're little Indians just wandering around. Not a bad cartoon.)
    "Detouring America" (Was a great cartoon, in my opinion, because I liked the gags. The one I didn't understand, if anyone has ever seen the uncut version of this cartoon, is the one where there's a Black Hitchhiker "Carry Me Back to Ol' Virginny". Also, the parth with the Native American Woman carrying her big, overweight son might offend some Native Americans, but I thought that part was funny.)
    "The Big Snooze" (Funny Cartoon. Bugs just tortures Elmer throughout his nightmare.)
    "Rabbitson Crusoe" (Usually all Bugs and Sam Cartoons are entertaining, and this one isn't any different. This was funny when Sam was stranded, then tries to get Bugs only to have to keep dealing with a Shark that time and time again eats him.)
    Cross-Country Detours (Enjoyable to me because a Lizard stripping funny and Frog commiting suicide were kind of funny. Also, the Bear at the Beginning saying "Listen, stupid, can't you read!?" was more funnier in my opinion than the monkey from "A Day at the Zoo" (1939) WB Cartoon saying "Hey, Sister, can't you read!?
     
  13. Uncle Scrooge

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    Duck Amuck, Rabbit's Feat, Birds Anonymous , Hare Way to the Stars and Soup or Sonic are among my favourites. Plus all the Screwy Squirrel outings.
     
  14. Kevin Mo

    Kevin Mo @Bugssponge

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    Detouring America has the uncut dubbed fully remastered version on DailyMotion by CartoonNostalgia. I love detouring America the part when the big baby cries is funny and the part where the man screams HELLPPPP!!! Is also a great laugh.
     

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