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!"
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.
The Looney Tunes Show is an all-new, modern comedy series starring Bugs Bunny and his best friend/permanent houseguest, Daffy Duck.
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.
Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck continue the fun in this modern, animated half-hour comedy. Our favorite mismatched roommates hit the ground laughing, along with beloved Looney Tunes characters from the first season, including Porky, Lola, Speedy, Tina and many more. The fun continues in the looniest neighborhood on television! Plus, don't miss all-new Merrie Melodies, featuring Looney Tunes favorites.
Little Tommy Cat is put in charge of being a watchman when his father becomes too sick to do the job. The local hoodlum mice are bigger than Tommy and they make him serve them food. When he remembers that he is watching the food for his ill father he toughens up and fights the hoodlums away.
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.
A tomcat dresses up like a skunk because he thinks it will be easier to get food that way. What he actually does is attract the attention of Pepe LePew who chases him all over the land. Finally Pepe's wife and children show up to take him home and the tomcat decides it's better to be himself and be hungry. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Pepe LePew walks into a perfume shop to sniff the various perfumes. The shopkeeper recruits a cat to fight him off, but Pepe ends up falling in love with the cat when it picks up a white stripe. Another hilarious Looney Tunes love story. Directed by: Charles M. Jones
Hearing that Pussyfoot has "got to do his job and catch mice or we'll just have to get another cat," Marc Antony, the bulldog, takes it upon himself to educate the kitten in the fundamentals of mouse-catching. With the dogs help Pussyfoot gets to stay.
A flea chomps on a dog's rear end making a nice meal for himself. Elmer tells the dog that if he scratches one more time he will have to give him a bath. The flea keeps biting the dog so eventually Elmer does give him a bath in which they both get wet.
Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog punch in at work together. Ralph's job is to try and steal the sheep while Sam's job is to protect them. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Sam Sheepdog punches in for work, counts the sheep, and sets about his job of watching them. But Ralph Wolf has plans of his own… A Looney Tunes favorite. Directed by: Charles M. Jones
Once upon a time in a dark forest lived a woodchopper and his tiny son, Tom Thumb. One day while doing chores Tom almost drowns in a pan. A bird flies in and saves him, so Tom sets out to find his feathered rescuer.
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