Elmer Fudd tries to silence a singing Sylvester because Fudd wants sleep.
Narrated by Elmer Fudd, this cartoon parodies newsreels of the day with a rapid succession of wild visual humor and jokes.
A dog watches a cartoon thats says when dogs get old their master's will shoot them. Elmer takes the dog hunting, but the dog believes he is going to be shot so he does everything he can to hurt Elmer first.
Elmer Fudd makes a buffoon of himself when he tries to go to bed one night. He's so clumsy, that it's frustratingly painful to watch.
Elmer Fudd does his boss a favor by babysitting his dog. The only problem is that the dog wants to be treated like a human and starts taking over the house.
Porky enters a hospital with a stomach ache and contends with a crazy cat patient posing as a doctor.
Caveman Porky, searching for a new fur suit, finds the animals violently reluctant to part with their pelts.
Porky Pig's dog, Rover, tells the story of how he got the reluctant Porky to adopt him.
Eskimo Porky, the protector of all the animals living at the North Pole, has his tranquility shattered by the arrival of a trigger-happy trapper.
When a hawk attacks Porky's poultry, Porky leaps into his plane to fight the pesky bird.
When Porky goes to lunch, the unusual fish in his pet shop must defend themselves against a hungry cat.
Porky Pig is in the French Foreign Legion and left alone at the fort as he tried to defend it against the evil Sheik Ali Mode.
Porky Pig spends some time in a pyramid in Egypt and gets frightened a lot.
Foghorn Leghorn fools a guard dog into running around crazy-like by yelling, "weasel!" When the real weasel comes, the dog doesn't believe Foghorn, so he doesn't lift a finger to help. Foghorn decides to team up with the weasel to get rid of the dog.
Banty is a world champion fighter who begins swinging anytime he hears a bell. He stumbles upon Foghorn's farm. When Foghorn learns about Banty's problem, he plans how to use Banty against his foe -- a farm dog.
Widow Hen needs a babysitter for her son. Foghorn Leghorn steps in and volunteers to babysit believing there is no such thing as a bad boy. He learns that the boy is not just a bad boy, but the worst boy.
Looney Tunes: Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote
Think you know Porky? Think again. The first true animated star to break out in the Golden Age of Warner Bros. animation, Porky Pig is featured front and center as something of an animated Everyman in this treasure trove of fifteen classic shorts from 1936 to 1949. Not only is he a farmer, a lumberjack, an Eskimo, and a Caveman, but, when it comes to Porky Pig, "Th-th-th-that's not all folks!"
Foghorn J. Leghorn, the loudest mouth in the South, rules the roost in these Looney Tunes shorts. The ever-courtly barnyard banterer always has something crow about in these rarely seen cartoon classics. Voiced by the incomparable Mel Blanc, this unforgettable collection follows Foggy's funny farmyard adventures as goes claw to paw against his nemesis, the Barnyard Dawg and much more.
Cool, collected, carrot-chomping Bugs Bunny outsmarts all and now anyone can enjoy seeing Looney Tunes rascally wabbit get the last laugh with this wonderful collection of his wackiest adventures.
Looney Tunes: Daffy Duck
Looney Tunes All Stars
The Looney Tunes Show is an all-new, modern comedy series starring Bugs Bunny and his best friend/permanent houseguest, Daffy Duck.
Every wacky, looney, crazed animated star to ever make theatergoers howl with laughter--from the first time that Bugs Bunny emerges from his rabbit hole to ask "What's Up Doc?" to the insane plots that Wile E. Coyote conceives to capture the Road Runner.
Looney Tunes: Porky Pig
The world's most famous rabbit is back in this classic collection of 20 unforgettable shorts. Dating from an early appearance in 1940 - his first meeting with Elmer Fudd - all the way through 1954, this Looney Tunes anthology features many firsts-such as the first appearance of the Tasmanian Devil and Bugs's first close encounter with a nameless Martian (later named Marvin) and his pet dog K-9.
The biggest hare in Hollywood is back in this continuing anthology of 20 unforgettable shorts. Dating from 1941 to 1957, Bugs is set against two of his favorite sparring partners -Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam - as he travels from the high seas to the scorching desert...and also from Ancient Rome to the futuristic world of 2000 AD! Don't miss a moment of the wascally wabbit in this latest collection.
Looney Tunes: Bugs Bunny Volume 2
It's Elmer Fudd as you've never seen him before! Before he started hunting "wascally wabbits," the short-tempered city dweller set his sights on roosters, ants, Mexican crows and alley cats named Sylvester. Originating as the 1937 Egghead character, Fudd was a newscaster, a corporate pet-sitter and even a financial advisor. Elmer Fudd's not hunting "wabbits" here, but big laughs!
A little pig is so obsessed with food that he steals one of his mother's pies. When he falls alseep all he dreams about is food, it consumes his every thought.
Looney Tunes: Back in Action is a 2003 Warner Bros. film that combines live-action and animation to tell the story of a hapless stuntman, DJ Drake (played by Brendan Fraser), who stumbles his way into a plot to possess a mysterious blue diamond in the course of rescuing his famous actor father (played by Timothy Dalton). In his globe-trotting adventure, he is aided (and confounded) by his animated Hollywood friends, Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, as well as the studio executive who fired him (played by Jenna Elfman). Written by Larry Doyle and directed by Joe Dante, this film is essentially a feature-length Looney Tunes cartoon, with all the wackiness and surrealism typical of the genre.
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