The Golden Age of Looney Tunes

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Cover for the collection's laserdisc box sets

The Golden Age of Looney Tunes is a collection of LaserDiscs released by MGM/UA Home Video in the 1990s. There were five sets made, featuring a number of discs, and each disc side represented a different theme, being made up of seven cartoons per side. The first collection was also released on home video, with each volume representing one disc side.

Like many other Looney Tunes home video releases by MGM/UA, this set uses faded 16 mm Associated Artists Productions television prints as MGM/UA and Turner Entertainment, owners of the rights to the shorts, then had no access to Warner Bros.' negatives.

With the exception of the "Censored Eleven" shorts, every Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies short in the Turner library was released in this collection.

Volume 1[edit]

The first volume of the set, The Golden Age of Looney Tunes was released on December 11, 1991 on laserdisc. Due to potentially offensive material in the cartoon Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips, later sets were released with that short replaced by Racketeer Rabbit, which was also released on Volume 3. The first volume contains 70 animated shorts from 1931 through 1948 (1933–1948 on the cover).[1] Each side of the first volume's discs contains animated shorts fitting a particular theme or category - this arrangement is used in all five volumes of The Golden Age of Looney Tunes. Each side was also released on VHS as ten separate volumes

  • Side 1, 1930's Musicals, featured several early entries in the Merrie Melodies series. Music played an integral part in each cartoon on this side.
  • Side 2, Firsts, featured debut cartoons for several major characters. One featured cartoon, Daffy Duck and Egghead, technically, was the first Daffy Duck cartoon in color, and the first where the character actually has that name. This was used because Turner did not own the rights to Porky's Duck Hunt.
  • Sides 3 through 6 were each dedicated to cartoons from one of the following directors: Tex Avery (side 3), Bob Clampett (side 4), Chuck Jones (side 5) and Friz Freleng (side 6)
  • Side 7, Bugs Bunny by Each Director, was one of two Bugs-centric sides on the first volume. It featured at least one Bugs Bunny cartoon from each director that did at least one between 1940 through July 1948. Tex Avery, Bob Clampett, Chuck Jones, Robert McKimson and Frank Tashlin each contributed one entry, while Friz Freleng contributed two.
  • Side 8, 1940's Zanies, featured several character-driven cartoons from the 1940s.
  • Side 9, Hooray For Hollywood, was dedicated to cartoons in which show-business itself played a major part. Many cartoons on this side featured caricatures of notable celebrities of the time.
  • Side 10, The Art of Bugs, was the other Bugs-centric side on the first volume. All three Cecil Turtle encounters are on this side, as are the debuts of Beaky Buzzard and Marvin the Martian. Another notable cartoon is The Old Grey Hare, which is famous for its end gag involving the title card.

Volume 2[edit]

The Golden Age of Looney Tunes: Vol. 2 was released on July 1, 1992 on laserdisc. The second volume contains 70 animated shorts from 1931 through 1948.[2] The second volume's categories are as follows:

  • Side 1, Musical Madness, features several musical cartoons from the 1930s, including several Harman and Ising-era cartoons, and two early color entries (before the switch to three-strip Technicolor).
  • Side 2, Early Wabbits, features all the color cartoons starring the Bugs Bunny prototype, and some early cartoons with Bugs himself.
  • Sides 3 through 6 are again dedicated to cartoons from a single (or in one case, a pair of) director(s), in the following order: Frank Tashlin, Chuck Jones, Bob Clampett and McKimson/Davis
  • Side 7, Fables & Fairy Tales, featured cartoons which parodied famous fairy tales.
  • Side 8, The Art of Daffy, is dedicated to Daffy Duck. All four color Looney Tunes released in 1943 are on this side.
  • Side 9, Best Supporting Players, featured cartoons starring several lesser-known characters, and also some entries featuring more famous characters who had few entries sold to a.a.p. since they debuted later in the package.
  • Side 10, Variations on a Theme, was centered on sleep.

Volume 3[edit]

The Golden Age of Looney Tunes: Vol. 3 was released on December 23, 1992 on laserdisc. The third volume contains 70 animated shorts from 1931 through 1948.[3] The third volume's categories are as follows:

  • Side 1, Harman-Ising, exclusively featured cartoons from the era they headed the WB cartoon studio.
  • Side 2, Bugs Bunny, features cartoons starring the titular character
  • Sides 3 through 6, as with previous volumes, are each dedicated to cartoons from a particular director, in the following order: Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Early Avery, Tashlin/Clampett
  • Side 7, Sports, featured cartoons dealing with the world of sport
  • Side 8, The Evolution of Egghead, covers the evolution of Egghead to Elmer Fudd
  • Side 9, Porky and Daffy, featured cartoons starring either character (with one pairing)
  • Side 10, Politically Incorrect, had cartoons that featured stereotypes of Africans or Native Americans

Volume 4[edit]

The Golden Age of Looney Tunes: Vol. 4 was released on July 14, 1993 on laserdisc. The fourth volume contains 73 animated shorts from 1932 through 1948.[4] The fourth volume's categories are as follows:

  • Side 1, Bugs Bunny, was dedicated to the titular rabbit
  • Side 2, Early Chuck Jones, featured early entries from that director
  • Side 3, Friz Freleng, featured cartoons from that director
  • Side 4, Cartoon All-Stars, had several character-driven cartoons and two one-shots
  • Side 5, Radio Daze, featured cartoons centered on old-time radio or its stars
  • Side 6, Frantic Forties, featured several one-shots from the 1940s
  • Side 7, Wacky Blackouts, featured cartoons centered on sight gags
  • Side 8, Ben Hardaway & Cal Dalton (and Private Snafu), featured cartoons from the Hardaway-Dalton team along with two Private Snafu cartoons
  • Side 9, Sniffles, was dedicated to the titular mouse
  • Side 10, Merrie Melodies, featured several early entries in that series.

Volume 5[edit]

The Golden Age of Looney Tunes: Vol. 5 was released on April 2, 1997 on laserdisc. The fifth volume contains 55 animated shorts from 1932 through 1949. The fifth volume came out over three and a half years after The Golden Age of Looney Tunes: Vol. 4 was released - by this point, Turner had been bought out by Time Warner.

The final box set in the series contains bonus material such as an alternate version of Hare Ribbin' and two live-action film segments with cameos by Bugs Bunny: My Dream Is Yours and Two Guys from Texas. The set also includes three World War II-era cartoon shorts featuring the sailor Hook that were made specially for the U.S. Armed Forces. The shorts are The Good Egg (not to be confused with the regular Warner Bros. short with the same name), The Return of Mr. Hook and Tokyo Woes.[5] The fifth volume's categories are as follows:

  • Side 1, Black and White Classics, features several cartoons from the Harman-Ising era
  • Side 2, Early Avery, features early cartoons from Tex Avery
  • Side 3, Freleng Follies, has a number of cartoons from Friz Freleng
  • Side 4, Musical Madness, has several musical cartoons from the 1930s
  • Side 5, Pesky Pets, features cartoons centered on animals normally kept as pets, including several Curious Puppies cartoons
  • Side 6, Objects d'Art, features "objects come to life" cartoons
  • Side 7, Animal Antics, features cartoons driven by all-animal casts
  • Side 8, Supplement Material, features the bonus content

Available shorts[edit]

This is a listing of the shorts in the Warner Bros.' Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series (as well as a few non-Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies shorts) available on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes set. See the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography for a more detailed list of all the shorts. All films before Honeymoon Hotel are in black-and-white. Unless otherwise noted, all other cartoons are in three-strip Technicolor.

Key

  • L = Looney Tunes
  • M = Merrie Melodies
  • Blue ribbon = was reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies short
  • NT = Non-Theatrical Shorts
  • X:Y = Volume X, Side Y
  • * = Public Domain
  • Cine = Cinecolor
  • Techni = Technicolor
  1. M Smile, Darn Ya, Smile!* (Ising/Sep 5/1:1) - 1931
  2. M One More Time* (Ising/Oct 3/3:1) - 1931
  3. M You Don't Know What You're Doin'!* (Ising/Oct 31/2:1) - 1931
  4. M Red-Headed Baby* (Ising/Dec 26/3:1) - 1931
  5. M Pagan Moon* (Ising/Jan 23/3:1) - 1932
  6. M Freddy the Freshman* (Ising/Feb 20/3:7) - 1932
  7. M Crosby, Columbo, and Vallee* (Ising/Mar 19/4:5) - 1932
  8. M Goopy Geer* (Ising/Apr 16/2:1) - 1932
  9. M It's Got Me Again!* (Ising/May 14/5:1) - 1932
  10. M Moonlight For Two* (Ising/Jun 11/5:1) - 1932
  11. M The Queen Was in the Parlor* (Ising/Jul 9/4:10) - 1932
  12. M I Love a Parade* (Ising/Aug 6/4:10) - 1932
  13. M You're Too Careless With Your Kisses!* (Ising/Sep 10/5:1) - 1932
  14. M I Wish I Had Wings* (Ising/Oct 15/5:1) - 1932
  15. M A Great Big Bunch of You* (Ising/Nov 12/3:1,5:1) - 1932
  16. M Three's a Crowd* (Ising/Dec 10/2:1) - 1932
  17. M The Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives* (Ising/Jan 7/3:1) - 1933
  18. M One Step Ahead of My Shadow (Ising/Feb 4/3:1) - 1933
  19. M Young and Healthy (Ising/Mar 4/5:1) - 1933
  20. M The Organ Grinder (Ising/Apr 8/4:10) - 1933
  21. M Wake Up the Gypsy in Me (Ising/May 13/3:10) - 1933
  22. M I Like Mountain Music (Ising/Jun 10/5:1) - 1933
  23. M Shuffle Off to Buffalo (Ising and Freleng/Jul 8/1:1) - 1933
  24. M The Dish Ran Away With the Spoon (Ising/Aug 5/3:1) - 1933
  25. M We're in the Money (Ising/Aug 26/2:1) - 1933
  26. M Honeymoon Hotel (Duvall/Feb 17/2:1/Cine) - 1934
  27. M Beauty and the Beast (Freleng/Apr 14/2:7/Cine) - 1934
  28. M Those Beautiful Dames (Freleng/Nov 10/5:6/2-strip Techni) - 1934
  29. M Pop Goes Your Heart (Freleng/Dec 8/5:7/2-strip Techni) - 1934
  30. M Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name (Freleng/Jan 19/5:4/2-strip Techni) - 1935
  31. M Country Boy (Freleng/Feb 9/5:5/2-strip Techni) - 1935
  32. M I Haven't Got a Hat (Freleng/Mar 2/1:2/2-strip Techni) - 1935
  33. M Along Flirtation Walk (Freleng/Apr 6/3:7/2-strip Techni) - 1935
  34. M My Green Fedora (Freleng/Apr 6/5:6/2-strip Techni) - 1935
  35. M Into Your Dance (Freleng/Jun 8/5:4/2-strip Techni) - 1935
  36. M The Country Mouse (Freleng/Jul 13/5:4/2-strip Techni) Blue ribbon - 1935
  37. M The Merry Old Soul (Freleng/Aug 17/5:4/2-strip Techni) Blue ribbon - 1935
  38. M The Lady in Red (Freleng/Sep 7/2:1/2-strip Techni) Blue ribbon - 1935
  39. M Little Dutch Plate (Freleng/Oct 19/5:6/2-strip Techni) Blue ribbon - 1935
  40. M Billboard Frolics (Freleng/Nov 9/4:10/2-strip Techni) - 1935
  41. M Flowers for Madame (Freleng/Nov 30/4:10/2-strip Techni) Blue ribbon - 1935
  42. M I Wanna Play House (Freleng/Jan 11/5:7) - 1936
  43. M The Cat Came Back (Freleng/Feb 8/5:5/2-strip Techni) Blue ribbon - 1936
  44. M Page Miss Glory (Avery/Mar 7/1:1) - 1936
  45. M I'm a Big Shot Now (Freleng/Apr 11/5:7) Blue ribbon - 1936
  46. M Let It Be Me (Freleng/May 9/4:5) Blue ribbon - 1936
  47. M I'd Love to Take Orders From You (Avery/May 16/5:6) - 1936
  48. M Bingo Crosbyana (Freleng/May 30/5:4) - 1936
  49. M When I Yoo Hoo (Freleng/Jun 27/5:7) Blue ribbon - 1936
  50. M I Love to Singa (Avery/Jul 18/1:1) Blue ribbon - 1936
  51. M At Your Service Madame (Freleng/Aug 29/5:7) - 1936
  52. M Toy Town Hall (Freleng/Sep 19/5:6) - 1936
  53. M Boulevardier From the Bronx (Freleng/Oct 10/3:7) - 1936
  54. M Don't Look Now (Avery/Nov 7/5:2) Blue ribbon - 1936
  55. M The Coo-Coo Nut Grove (Freleng/Nov 28/1:9) - 1936
  56. M He Was Her Man (Freleng/Jan 2/3:10) Blue ribbon - 1937
  57. M Pigs is Pigs (Freleng/Jan 30/3:4) Blue ribbon - 1937
  58. M I Only Have Eyes For You (Avery/Mar 6/5:2) Blue ribbon - 1937
  59. M The Fella with a Fiddle (Freleng/Mar 27/5:4) Blue ribbon - 1937
  60. M She Was an Acrobat's Daughter (Freleng/Apr 10/5:3) - 1937
  61. M Ain't We Got Fun (Avery/May 1/5:2) Blue ribbon - 1937
  62. M Streamlined Greta Green (Freleng/Jun 19/5:6) - 1937
  63. M Sweet Sioux (Freleng/Jul 3/5:3) Blue ribbon - 1937
  64. M Egghead Rides Again (Avery/Jul 17/3:8) - 1937
  65. M Plenty of Money and You (Freleng/Jul 31/5:7) Blue ribbon - 1937
  66. M A Sunbonnet Blue (Avery/Aug 21/5:2) Blue ribbon - 1937
  67. M Speaking of the Weather (Tashlin/Sep 4/1:1) Blue ribbon - 1937
  68. M Dog Daze (Freleng/Sep 18/5:5) - 1937
  69. M I Wanna Be a Sailor* (Avery/Sep 25/3:5) Blue ribbon - 1937
  70. M The Lyin' Mouse (Freleng/Oct 16/5:3) Blue ribbon - 1937
  71. M Little Red Walking Hood (Avery/Nov 6/2:7) Blue ribbon - 1937
  72. M The Woods Are Full of Cuckoos (Tashlin/Dec 4/4:5) - 1937
  73. M September in the Rain (Freleng/Dec 18/4:10) Blue ribbon - 1937
  74. M Daffy Duck and Egghead (Avery/Jan 1/1:2) Blue ribbon - 1938
  75. M My Little Buckeroo (Freleng/Jan 29/5:3) Blue ribbon - 1938
  76. M The Sneezing Weasel (Avery/Mar 12/5:2) Blue ribbon - 1938
  77. M A Star is Hatched (Freleng/Apr 2/5:7) - 1938
  78. M The Penguin Parade (Avery/Apr 23/2:1) - 1938
  79. M Now That Summer is Gone (Tashlin/May 14/5:4) Blue ribbon - 1938
  80. M Katnip Kollege (Dalton and Howard/Jun 11/1:1) Blue ribbon - 1938
  81. M Have You Got Any Castles?* (Tashlin/Jun 25/1:1) Blue ribbon - 1938
  82. M Love and Curses (Hardaway and Dalton/Jul 9/4:8) - 1938
  83. M Cinderella Meets Fella (Avery/Jul 23/1:3) - 1938
  84. M The Major Lied 'Til Dawn (Tashlin/Aug 13/2:3) - 1938
  85. M A-Lad-in Bagdad (Dalton and Howard/Aug 27/2:7) - 1938
  86. M Cracked Ice (Tashlin/Sep 10/2:3) - 1938
  87. M A Feud There Was (Avery/Sep 24/3:8) Blue ribbon - 1938
  88. M Little Pancho Vanilla (Tashlin/Oct 8/3:6) Blue ribbon - 1938
  89. M Johnny Smith and Poker-Huntas (Avery/Oct 22/3:8) Blue ribbon - 1938
  90. M You're an Education (Tashlin/Nov 5/4:10) Blue ribbon - 1938
  91. M The Night Watchman (Jones/Nov 19/1:5) Blue ribbon - 1938
  92. M Daffy Duck in Hollywood (Avery/Dec 12/1:9) - 1938
  93. M Count Me Out (Hardaway and Dalton/Dec 17/3:8) - 1938
  94. M The Mice Will Play (Avery/Dec 31/5:2) Blue ribbon - 1938
  95. M Dog Gone Modern (Jones/Jan 14/5:5) Blue ribbon - 1939
  96. M Hamateur Night* (Avery/Jan 28/1:3) - 1939
  97. M Robin Hood Makes Good* (Jones/Feb 11/2:7) Blue ribbon - 1939
  98. M Gold Rush Daze* (Hardaway and Dalton/Feb 25/4:8) - 1939
  99. M A Day at the Zoo* (Avery/Mar 11/3:8) Blue ribbon - 1939
  100. M Prest-O Change-O* (Jones/Mar 25/2:2) Blue ribbon - 1939
  101. M Bars and Stripes Forever* (Hardaway and Dalton/Apr 8/4:8) - 1939
  102. M Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur* (Jones/Apr 22/3:9) - 1939
  103. M Thugs with Dirty Mugs (Avery/May 6/1:3) Blue ribbon - 1939
  104. M Naughty But Mice (Jones/May 20/4:9) - 1939
  105. M Believe It or Else (Avery/Jun 3/3:8) - 1939
  106. M Hobo Gadget Band (Hardaway and Dalton/Jun 17/4:8) Blue ribbon - 1939
  107. M Old Glory (Jones/Jul 1/1:5) Blue ribbon - 1939
  108. M Dangerous Dan McFoo (Avery/Jul 15/1:3) Blue ribbon - 1939
  109. M Snow Man's Land (Jones/Jul 29/5:5) - 1939
  110. M Hare-um Scare-um (Hardaway and Dalton/Aug 12/2:2) - 1939
  111. M Detouring America (Avery/Aug 26/5:2) - 1939
  112. M Little Brother Rat (Jones/Sep 2/4:9) Blue ribbon - 1939
  113. M Sioux Me (Hardaway and Dalton/Sep 9/3:10) Blue ribbon - 1939
  114. M Land of the Midnight Fun (Avery/Sep 23/4:7) - 1939
  115. M Little Lion Hunter (Jones/Oct 7/2:4) Blue ribbon - 1939
  116. M The Good Egg (Jones/Oct 21/4:2) Blue ribbon - 1939
  117. M Fresh Fish (Avery/Nov 4/4:7) Blue ribbon - 1939
  118. M Fagin's Freshman (Hardaway and Dalton/Nov 18/4:8) Blue ribbon - 1939
  119. M Sniffles and the Bookworm (Jones/Dec 2/4:9) Blue ribbon - 1939
  120. M Screwball Football (Avery/Dec 16/3:7) - 1939
  121. M The Curious Puppy (Jones/Dec 30/5:5) Blue ribbon - 1939
  122. M The Early Worm Gets the Bird* (Avery/Jan 13/3:10) Blue ribbon - 1940
  123. M Mighty Hunters (Jones/Jan 27/3:10) Blue ribbon - 1940
  124. M Busy Bakers (Hardaway and Dalton/Feb 10/4:8) Blue ribbon - 1940
  125. M Elmer's Candid Camera (Jones/Mar 2/2:2) - 1940
  126. M Cross-Country Detours (Avery/Mar 16/1:3) Blue ribbon - 1940
  127. M Confederate Honey (Freleng/Mar 30/3:8) - 1940
  128. M The Bear's Tale (Avery/Apr 13/1:3) Blue ribbon - 1940
  129. M The Hardship of Miles Standish (Freleng/Apr 27/2:9) - 1940
  130. M Sniffles Takes a Trip (Jones/May 11/1:5) Blue ribbon - 1940
  131. M A Gander at Mother Goose (Avery/May 25/2:7) - 1940
  132. M Tom Thumb in Trouble (Jones/Jun 8/2:7) Blue ribbon - 1940
  133. M Circus Today (Avery/Jun 22/3:5) Blue ribbon - 1940
  134. M Little Blabbermouse (Freleng/Jul 6/4:5) Blue ribbon - 1940
  135. M The Egg Collector (Jones/Jul 20/4:9) Blue ribbon - 1940
  136. M A Wild Hare (Avery/Jul 27/1:2, 4:1) Blue ribbon - 1940
  137. M Ghost Wanted (Jones/Aug 10/4:2) - 1940
  138. M Ceiling Hero (Avery/Aug 24/4:7) - 1940
  139. M Malibu Beach Party (Freleng/Sep 14/4:5) - 1940
  140. M Stage Fright (Jones/Sep 28/5:5) Blue ribbon - 1940
  141. M Holiday Highlights (Avery/Oct 12/3:5) - 1940
  142. M Good Night, Elmer (Jones/Oct 26/2:10) - 1940
  143. M Wacky Wildlife (Avery/Nov 9/4:7) Blue ribbon - 1940
  144. M Bedtime For Sniffles (Jones/Nov 23/2:10) Blue ribbon - 1940
  145. M Of Fox and Hounds (Avery/Dec 7/2:9) Blue ribbon - 1940
  146. M Shop, Look & Listen (Freleng/Dec 21/5:6) - 1940
  147. M Elmer's Pet Rabbit (Jones/Jan 4/2:2) - 1941
  148. M The Fighting 69½th (Freleng/Jan 18/5:3) Blue ribbon - 1941
  149. M Sniffles Bells the Cat (Jones/Feb 1/4:9) Blue ribbon - 1941
  150. M The Crackpot Quail (Avery/Feb 15/1:3) - 1941
  151. M The Cat's Tale (Freleng/Mar 1/3:4) Blue ribbon - 1941
  152. M Tortoise Beats Hare (Avery/Mar 15/1:10) - 1941
  153. M Goofy Groceries (Clampett/Mar 29/2:5) Blue ribbon - 1941
  154. M Toy Trouble (Jones/Apr 12/4:9) Blue ribbon - 1941
  155. M The Trial of Mr. Wolf (Freleng/Apr 26/4:3) Blue ribbon - 1941
  156. M Farm Frolics* (Clampett/May 10/3:6) Blue ribbon - 1941
  157. M Hollywood Steps Out* (Avery/May 24/1:9) Blue ribbon - 1941
  158. M Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt (Freleng/Jun 7/2:2) Blue ribbon - 1941
  159. M The Wacky Worm (Freleng/Jun 21/3:4) Blue ribbon - 1941
  160. M The Heckling Hare (Avery/Jul 5/1:7) - 1941
  161. M Inki and the Lion (Jones/Jul 19/3:10) Blue ribbon - 1941
  162. M Aviation Vacation (Avery/Aug 2/3:5) - 1941
  163. M Sport Chumpions* (Freleng/Aug 16/3:7) - 1941
  164. M Snow Time For Comedy (Jones/Aug 30/4:2) Blue ribbon - 1941
  165. M The Brave Little Bat (Jones/Sep 27/4:9) Blue ribbon - 1941
  166. M The Bug Parade (Avery/Oct 11/4:7) Blue ribbon - 1941
  167. M Rookie Revue* (Freleng/Oct 25/5:3) - 1941
  168. M Saddle Silly (Jones/Nov 8/4:7) - 1941
  169. M The Cagey Canary (Avery and Clampett/Nov 22/3:5) Blue ribbon - 1941
  170. M Rhapsody in Rivets (Freleng/Dec 6/1:6) Blue ribbon - 1941
  171. M Wabbit Twouble (Clampett/Dec 20/1:4) - 1941
  172. M Hop, Skip, and a Chump (Freleng/Jan 13/4:6) Blue ribbon - 1942
  173. M The Bird Came C.O.D. (Jones/Jan 17/4:2) - 1942
  174. M Aloha Hooey (Avery and Clampett/Jan 31/3:5) - 1942
  175. M Conrad the Sailor (Jones/Feb 28/4:4) - 1942
  176. M Crazy Cruise (Avery and Clampett/Mar 14/3:5) - 1942
  177. M The Wabbit Who Came to Supper* (Freleng/Mar 14/4:1) - 1942
  178. Any Bonds Today?* (Clampett/Apr 2/4:1) - 1942
  179. M Horton Hatches the Egg (Clampett/Apr 11/1:4) Blue ribbon - 1942
  180. M Dog Tired (Jones/Apr 25/4:2) - 1942
  181. M The Wacky Wabbit* (Clampett/May 2/2:5) - 1942
  182. M The Draft Horse (Jones/May 9/2:4) - 1942
  183. M Lights Fantastic (Freleng/May 23/3:4) - 1942
  184. M Hold the Lion, Please (Jones/Jun 13/2:2) - 1942
  185. M Double Chaser (Freleng/Jun 20/4:3) Blue ribbon - 1942
  186. M Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (Clampett/Jul 11/1:10) - 1942
  187. M Foney Fables* (Freleng/Aug 1/4:7) - 1942
  188. M The Squawkin' Hawk (Jones/Aug 8/3:3) Blue ribbon - 1942
  189. M Fresh Hare* (Freleng/Aug 22/2:2) - 1942
  190. M Fox Pop* (Jones/Sep 5/4:2) Blue ribbon - 1942
  191. M The Dover Boys at Pimento University* (Jones/Sep 19/1:5) - 1942
  192. L The Hep Cat (Clampett/Oct 3/1:4) Blue ribbon - 1942
  193. M The Sheepish Wolf* (Freleng/Oct 17/4:3) Blue ribbon - 1942
  194. M The Hare-Brained Hypnotist (Freleng/Oct 31/4:1) - 1942
  195. M A Tale of Two Kitties* (Clampett/Nov 21/1:2) Blue ribbon - 1942
  196. M Ding Dog Daddy* (Freleng/Dec 5/3:4) - 1942
  197. L My Favorite Duck (Jones/Dec 5/1:5) Blue ribbon - 1942
  198. M Case of the Missing Hare* (Jones/Dec 12/4:1) - 1942
  199. M Pigs in a Polka* (Freleng/Feb 6/1:6) Blue ribbon - 1943
  200. M Tortoise Wins By a Hare (Clampett/Feb 20/1:10) - 1943
  201. M The Fifth-Column Mouse* (Freleng/Mar 6/5:3) Blue ribbon - 1943
  202. L To Duck... or Not to Duck* (Jones/Mar 6/2:8) - 1943
  203. M Flop Goes the Weasel* (Jones/Mar 20/2:4) Blue ribbon - 1943
  204. M Super Rabbit (Jones/Apr 3/3:2) - 1943
  205. M The Unbearable Bear (Jones/Apr 17/2:10) Blue ribbon - 1943
  206. L The Wise Quacking Duck (Clampett/May 1/2:8) - 1943
  207. M Greetings Bait (Freleng/May 15/3:7) Blue ribbon - 1943
  208. L Yankee Doodle Daffy* (Freleng/Jun 5/2:8) - 1943
  209. M Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk (Freleng/Jun 12/2:7) - 1943
  210. M The Aristo-Cat (Jones/Jun 19/1:5) Blue ribbon - 1943
  211. M Wackiki Wabbit* (Jones/Jul 3/3:2) - 1943
  212. Spies* (Jones/Aug/4:8) - 1943
  213. M Hiss and Make Up (Freleng/Sep 11/4:3) Blue ribbon - 1943
  214. M A Corny Concerto* (Clampett/Sep 25/1:4) - 1943
  215. M Fin'n Catty* (Jones/Oct 23/3:3) Blue ribbon - 1943
  216. M Falling Hare* (Clampett/Oct 30/3:6) - 1943
  217. M Inki and the Minah Bird* (Jones/Nov 13/3:3) Blue ribbon - 1943
  218. L Daffy-The Commando* (Freleng/Nov 20/2:8) - 1943
  219. M An Itch in Time[6] (Clampett/Dec 4/2:5) Blue ribbon - 1943
  220. M Little Red Riding Rabbit (Freleng/Jan 1/1:6) - 1944
  221. M What's Cookin' Doc? (Clampett/Jan 8/1:9) - 1944
  222. M Meatless Flyday (Freleng/Jan 29/4:6) - 1944
  223. L Tom Turk and Daffy (Jones/Feb 12/4:4) - 1944
  224. M Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears (Jones/Feb 26/3:2) - 1944
  225. L I Got Plenty of Mutton (Tashlin/Mar 11/3:6) - 1944
  226. M The Weakly Reporter (Jones/Mar 25/4:2) - 1944
  227. Snafuperman* (Freleng/Mar/4:8) - 1944
  228. L Tick Tock Tuckered (Clampett/Apr 8/2:10) Blue ribbon - 1944
  229. M Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips (Freleng/Apr 22/1:7) - 1944
  230. L The Swooner Crooner (Tashlin/May 6/1:9) Blue ribbon - 1944
  231. M Russian Rhapsody (Clampett/May 20/3:6) - 1944
  232. L Duck Soup to Nuts (Freleng/May 27/1:6) Blue ribbon - 1944
  233. M Slightly Daffy (Freleng/Jun 17/3:9) Blue ribbon - 1944
  234. M Hare Ribbin' (Clampett/Jun 24/1:7, 5:8) - 1944
  235. L Brother Brat (Tashlin/Jul 15/2:3) - 1944
  236. M Hare Force (Freleng/Jul 22/3:2) - 1944
  237. L From Hand to Mouse (Jones/Aug 5/3:3) Blue ribbon - 1944
  238. M Birdy and the Beast (Clampett/Aug 19/3:6) - 1944
  239. L Buckaroo Bugs (Clampett/Aug 26/2:5) - 1944
  240. L Plane Daffy (Tashlin/Sep 16/2:3) - 1944
  241. M Lost and Foundling (Jones/Sep 30/2:4) Blue ribbon - 1944
  242. L Booby Hatched (Tashlin/Oct 14/3:6) Blue ribbon - 1944
  243. M The Old Grey Hare (Clampett/Oct 28/1:10) - 1944
  244. L The Stupid Cupid (Tashlin/Nov 25/2:8) Blue ribbon - 1944
  245. M Stage Door Cartoon (Freleng/Dec 30/3:2) - 1944
  246. L Odor-Able Kitty (Jones/Jan 6/1:2) Blue ribbon - 1945
  247. M Herr Meets Hare (Freleng/Jan 13/3:2) - 1945
  248. L Draftee Daffy (Clampett/Jan 27/2:5) - 1945
  249. M The Unruly Hare (Tashlin/Feb 10/1:7) - 1945
  250. L Trap Happy Porky (Jones/Feb 24/2:10) Blue ribbon - 1945
  251. M Life With Feathers (Freleng/Mar 24/1:2) Blue ribbon - 1945
  252. L Behind the Meat-Ball (Tashlin/Apr 7/2:3) - 1945
  253. M Hare Trigger (Freleng/May 5/1:6) - 1945
  254. L Ain't That Ducky (Freleng/May 19/3:9) Blue ribbon - 1945
  255. M A Gruesome Twosome (Clampett/Jun 9/2:5) - 1945
  256. L A Tale of Two Mice (Tashlin/Jun 30/2:3) Blue ribbon - 1945
  257. M Wagon Heels (Clampett/Jul 28/3:9) - 1945
  258. L Hare Conditioned (Jones/Aug 11/4:1) - 1945
  259. M Fresh Airedale (Jones/Aug 25/3:3) Blue ribbon - 1945
  260. L The Bashful Buzzard (Clampett/Sep 15/1:8) Blue ribbon - 1945
  261. M Peck Up Your Troubles (Freleng/Oct 20/3:4) Blue ribbon - 1945
  262. L Hare Tonic (Jones/Nov 10/1:7) - 1945
  263. M Nasty Quacks (Tashlin/Dec 1/1:8) - 1945
  264. The Return of Mr. Hook* (McKimson/5:8) - 1945
  265. Tokyo Woes* (Clampett/5:8) - 1945
  266. The Good Egg* (Jones/5:8) - 1945
  267. L Book Revue (Clampett/Jan 5/1:8) Blue ribbon - 1946
  268. L Baseball Bugs (Freleng/Feb 2/3:7) - 1946
  269. M Holiday for Shoestrings (Freleng/Feb 23/4:3) Blue ribbon - 1946
  270. M Quentin Quail (Jones/Mar 2/4:5) - 1946
  271. L Baby Bottleneck (Clampett/Mar 16/1:8) Blue ribbon - 1946
  272. M Hare Remover (Tashlin/Mar 23/2:3) - 1946
  273. L Daffy Doodles (McKimson/Apr 6/1:8) Blue ribbon - 1946
  274. M Hollywood Canine Canteen (McKimson/Apr 20/2:6) - 1946
  275. L Hush My Mouse (Jones/May 4/4:5) Blue ribbon - 1946
  276. M Hair-Raising Hare (Jones/May 25/1:8) - 1946
  277. L Kitty Kornered (Clampett/Jun 8/1:4) - 1946
  278. M Hollywood Daffy (Freleng/Jun 22/1:9) - 1946
  279. L Acrobatty Bunny (McKimson/Jun 29/2:6) - 1946
  280. M The Eager Beaver (Jones/Jul 13/3:3) Blue ribbon - 1946
  281. L The Great Piggy Bank Robbery (Clampett/Jul 20/1:4) - 1946
  282. M Bacall to Arms (Clampett and Davis/Aug 3/2:5) - 1946
  283. L Of Thee I Sting (Freleng/Aug 17/4:3) Blue ribbon - 1946
  284. M Walky Talky Hawky (McKimson/Aug 31/1:2) Blue ribbon - 1946
  285. L Racketeer Rabbit (Freleng/Sep 14/1:7, 3:4) - 1946
  286. M Fair and Worm-er (Jones/Sep 28/2:4) Blue ribbon - 1946
  287. L The Big Snooze (Clampett/Oct 5/1:4) - 1946
  288. M The Mouse-Merized Cat (McKimson/Oct 19/2:6) Blue ribbon - 1946
  289. L Mouse Menace (Davis/Nov 2/2:6) Blue ribbon - 1946
  290. M Rhapsody Rabbit (Freleng/Nov 9/4:1) - 1946
  291. L Roughly Squeaking (Jones/Nov 23/2:9) Blue ribbon - 1946
  292. M One Meat Brawl (McKimson/Jan 18/2:6) Blue ribbon - 1947
  293. L The Goofy Gophers (Davis/Jan 25/2:9) Blue ribbon - 1947
  294. M The Gay Anties (Freleng/Feb 15/4:3) Blue ribbon - 1947
  295. L Scent-imental Over You (Jones/Mar 8/2:9) Blue ribbon - 1947
  296. M A Hare Grows in Manhattan (Freleng/Mar 22/1:7) - 1947
  297. L Birth of a Notion (McKimson/Apr 12/2:8) Blue ribbon - 1947
  298. M Tweetie Pie (Freleng/May 3/1:6) Blue ribbon - 1947
  299. L Rabbit Transit (Freleng/May 10/1:10) - 1947
  300. M Hobo Bobo (McKimson/May 17/4:4) Blue ribbon - 1947
  301. L Along Came Daffy (Freleng/Jun 14/3:9) Blue ribbon - 1947
  302. M Inki at the Circus (Jones/Jun 21/1:5) Blue ribbon - 1947
  303. L Easter Yeggs (McKimson/Jun 28/3:2) - 1947
  304. L Crowing Pains (McKimson/Jul 12/2:9) Blue ribbon - 1947
  305. M A Pest in the House (Jones/Aug 2/2:10) - 1947
  306. M The Foxy Duckling (Davis/Aug 23/4:6) Blue ribbon - 1947
  307. L House-Hunting Mice (Jones/Sep 6/3:3/Cine) Blue ribbon - 1947
  308. L Little Orphan Airedale (Jones/Oct 4/1:8) Blue ribbon - 1947
  309. M Doggone Cats (Davis/Oct 25/4:4/Cine) Blue ribbon - 1947
  310. M Slick Hare (Freleng/Nov 1/1:9) - 1947
  311. L Mexican Joyride (Davis/Nov 29/2:6) - 1947
  312. M Catch as Cats Can (Davis/Dec 6/2:6) - 1947
  313. L A Horse Fly Fleas (McKimson/Dec 13/4:4/Cine) Blue ribbon - 1947
  314. L Gorilla My Dreams (McKimson/Jan 3/1:7) - 1948
  315. M Two Gophers from Texas (Davis/Jan 17/4:4/Cine) Blue ribbon - 1948
  316. L A Feather in His Hare (Jones/Feb 7/3:10) - 1948
  317. L What Makes Daffy Duck? (Davis/Feb 14/2:8/Cine) - 1948
  318. L What's Brewin', Bruin? (Jones/Feb 28/2:4) Blue ribbon - 1948
  319. M Daffy Duck Slept Here (McKimson/Mar 6/2:10) - 1948
  320. M A Hick, a Slick, and a Chick (Davis/Mar 13/4:6/Cine) - 1948
  321. M Back Alley Oproar (Freleng/Mar 27/1:6) Blue ribbon - 1948
  322. M I Taw a Putty Tat (Freleng/Apr 3/4:4/Cine) Blue ribbon - 1948
  323. M Rabbit Punch (Jones/Apr 10/2:4) - 1948
  324. L Hop, Look, and Listen (McKimson/Apr 17/2:9) Blue ribbon - 1948
  325. M Nothing But the Tooth (Davis/May 1/3:9) - 1948
  326. L Buccaneer Bunny (Freleng/May 8/4:1) - 1948
  327. M Bone Sweet Bone (Davis/May 22/4:6/Cine) Blue ribbon - 1948
  328. M Bugs Bunny Rides Again (Freleng/Jun 12/1:10) - 1948
  329. L The Rattled Rooster (Davis/Jun 26/4:6) Blue ribbon - 1948
  330. L The Up-Standing Sitter (McKimson/Jul 3/3:9/Cine) - 1948
  331. M The Shell-Shocked Egg (McKimson/Jul 10/4:6) Blue ribbon - 1948
  332. L Haredevil Hare (Jones/Jul 24/1:10) - 1948

References[edit]

  1. ^ Julien WILK. "LaserDisc Database - Golden Age of Looney Tunes, The: vol.1 [ML102400]". Lddb.com. Retrieved 2011-12-18.
  2. ^ Julien Wilk. "LaserDisc Database - Golden Age of Looney Tunes, The: vol.2 [ML102714]". Lddb.com. Retrieved 2011-12-18.
  3. ^ Julien WILK. "LaserDisc Database - Golden Age of Looney Tunes, The: vol.3 1931-1948 [ML102964]". Lddb.com. Retrieved 2011-12-18.
  4. ^ Julien WILK. "LaserDisc Database - Golden Age of Looney Tunes, The: vol.4 [ML103943]". Lddb.com. Retrieved 2011-12-18.
  5. ^ Julien WILK. "LaserDisc Database - Golden Age of Looney Tunes, The: vol.5 [ML105135]". Lddb.com. Retrieved 2011-12-18.
  6. ^ The cartoon's original version was released without copyright protection. For the Blue Ribbon reissue, a copyright was filed. The reissue remains under copyright, but the original is in the public domain.

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