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Looney Tunes Awards


Winners are highlighted in yellow.


1931-32

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • FLOWERS AND TREES, Walt Disney
  • MICKEY'S ORPHANS, Walt Disney
  • IT'S GOT ME AGAIN, Warner Bros., Director: Rudolph Ising

1939

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • DETOURING AMERICA, Warner Bros., Director: Tex Avery
  • PEACE ON EARTH, MGM
  • THE POINTER, Walt Disney
  • THE UGLY DUCKLING, Walt Disney

1940

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • MILKY WAY, MGM
  • PUSS GETS THE BOOT, MGM
  • A WILD HARE, Warner Bros., Director: Tex Avery

1941

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY OF COMPANY B, Walter Lantz
  • HIAWATHA'S RABBIT HUNT, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • HOW WAR CAME, Columbia
  • LEND A PAW, Walt Disney 
  • THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, MGM
  • RHAPSODY IN RIVETS, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • THE ROOKIE BEAR, MGM
  • RHYTHM IN THE RANKS, George Pal Puppetoon
  • SUPERMAN NO. 1, Max Fleischer
  • TRUANT OFFICER DONALD, Walt Disney

1942

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • ALL OUT FOR V, Terrytoons
  • THE BLITZ WOLF, MGM
  • DER FUEHRER'S FACE, Walt Disney
  • JUKE BOX JAMBOREE, Walter Lantz
  • PIGS IN A POLKA,Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • TULIPS SHALL GROW, George Pal Puppetoon

1943

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • THE DIZZY ACROBAT, Walter Lantz
  • THE FIVE HUNDRED HATS OF BARTHOLOMEW CUBBINS, George Pal Puppetoon
  • GREETINGS, BAIT, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • IMAGINATION, Columbia
  • REASON AND EMOTION, Walt Disney
  • YANKEE DOODLE MOUSE, MGM

1944

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • AND TO THINK I SAW IT ON MULBERRY STREET, George Pal Puppetoon
  • THE DOG, CAT AND CANARY, Columbia
  • FISH FRY, Walter Lantz
  • HOW TO PLAY FOOTBALL, Walt Disney
  • MOUSE TROUBLE, MGM
  • MY BOY, JOHNNY, Terrytoons
  • SWOONER CROONER, Warner Bros., Director: Frank Tashlin

1945

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • DONALD'S CRIME, Walt Disney
  • JASPER AND THE BEANSTALK, George Pal Puppetoon
  • LIFE WITH FEATHERS, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • MIGHTY MOUSE IN GYPSY LIFE, Terrytoons
  • POET AND PEASANT, Walter Lantz
  • QUIET PLEASE, MGM
  • RIPPLING ROMANCE, Columbia

1946

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • THE CAT CONCERTO, MGM
  • CHOPIN'S MUSICAL MOMENTS, Walter Lantz
  • JOHN HENRY AND THE INKY POO, George Pal Puppetoon
  • SQUATTER'S RIGHTS, Walt Disney
  • WALKY TALKY HAWKY, Warner Bros., Director: Robert McKimson

1947

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • CHIP 'N DALE, Walt Disney
  • DR. JEKYLL AND MR. MOUSE, MGM
  • PLUTO'S BLUE NOTE, Walt Disney
  • TUBBY THE TUBA, George Pal Puppetoon
  • TWEETIE PIE, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng

1948

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • THE LITTLE ORPHAN, MGM
  • MICKEY AND THE SEAL, Walt Disney
  • MOUSE WRECKERS, Warner Bros., Director: Chuck Jones
  • ROBIN HOODLUM, UPA
  • TEA FOR TWO HUNDRED, Walt Disney

1949

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • FOR SCENT-IMENTAL REASONS, Warner Bros., Director: Chuck Jones
  • HATCH UP YOUR TROUBLES, MGM
  • MAGIC FLUKE, UPA
  • TOY TINKERS, Walt Disney

1953

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • CHRISTOPHER CRUMPET, UPA
  • FROM A TO Z-Z-Z-Z, Warner Bros., Director: Chuck Jones
  • RUGGED BEAR, Walt Disney
  • THE TELL-TALE HEART, UPA
  • TOOT, WHISTLE, PLUNK AND BOOM, Walt Disney

1954

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • CRAZY MIXED-UP PUP, Walter Lantz
  • PIGS IS PIGS, Walt Disney
  • SANDY CLAWS, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • TOUCHE, PUSSY CAT, MGM
  • WHEN MAGOO FLEW, UPA

1955

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • GOOD WILL TO MEN, MGM
  • THE LEGEND OF ROCK-A-BYE-POINT, Walter Lantz
  • NO HUNTING, Walt Disney
  • SPEEDY GONZALES, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng

1957

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • BIRDS ANONYMOUS, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • ONE DROOPY KNIGHT, MGM
  • TABASCO ROAD, Warner Bros., Director: Robert McKimson
  • TREES AND JAMAICA DADDY, UPA
  • THE TRUTH ABOUT MOTHER GOOSE, Walt Disney

1958

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • KNIGHTY-KNIGHT BUGS, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • PAUL BUNYAN, Walt Disney
  • SIDNEY'S FAMILY TREE, Terrytoons

1959

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • MEXICALI SCHMOES, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • MOONBIRD, Storyboard, Inc.
  • NOAH'S ARK, Walt Disney
  • THE VIOLINIST, Pintoff Productions

1960

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • GOLIATH II, Walt Disney
  • HIGH NOTE, Warner Bros., Director: Chuck Jones
  • MOUSE AND GARDEN, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng
  • MUNRO, Rembrandt Films (released by Paramount)
  • A PLACE IN THE SUN, George K. Arthur - Go Pictures, Inc.

1961

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • AQUAMANIA, Walt Disney
  • BEEP PREPARED, Warner Bros., Director: Chuck Jones
  • ERSATZ (The Substitue), Zagreb Film
  • NELLY'S FOLLY, Warner Bros., Director: Chuck Jones
  • THE PIED PIPER OF GUADALUPE, Warner Bros., Director: Friz Freleng

1962

Academy Award: Best Animated Short Subject:

  • THE HOLE, Storyboard, Inc.
  • ICARUS MONTGOLFIER WRIGHT, Format Films
  • NOW HEAR THIS, Warner Bros., Director: Chuck Jones
  • SELF DEFENSE -- FOR COWARDS, Rembrandt Films
  • SYMPOSIUM ON POPULAR SONGS, Walt Disney

1981

Primetime Emmy Award: Outstanding Animated Program:

  • Bugs Bunny: All American Hero (CBS)
    Airdate: May 21, 1981
    Hal Geer, Executive Producer; Friz Freleng, Producer
  • Faeries (CBS)
  • Gnomes (CBS)
  • It's Magic, Charlie Brown (CBS)
  • Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown (CBS)

Oscar Nominations: 26
Oscar Wins: 5
Emmy Nominations: 1
Emmy Wins: 0

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