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Narrated by Leslie Fram
Don Kennedy
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 82
Producer(s) George A. Klein
Running time 15-60 minutes
Original network Cartoon Network
Adult Swim
Original release October 2, 1992 (1992-10-02) – November 23, 2003 (2003-11-23)

ToonHeads is an American animation anthology series consisting of Hanna-Barbera, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Warner Bros. and Popeye cartoon shorts, with background information and trivia, prominently about animators and voice actors like: Mel Blanc, Tex Avery, Hugh Harman, Rudy Ising, David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng, Chuck Jones, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, and Daws Butler. The program was narrated by Leslie Fram and Don Kennedy. Every half-hour episode would have a different theme, including one series of episodes in 1996 featuring the long-unseen Nudnik shorts.[1]

ToonHeads was originally broadcast on Cartoon Network from October 2, 1992 to November 23, 2003. Reruns aired from 2003 to 2005, concluding with the Christmas special on December 24, 2005. The series includes 82 episodes, two one-hour specials, and one half-hour special which was never aired.


Season 1[edit]

The following is a list of episodes that have aired on season 1 of the show[2]

No. in
No. in
Title Original air date
1 1 "El Kabong" December 23, 1996 (1996-12-23)
Cartoons about Hanna-Barbera character Quick Draw McGraw and his alter ego, El Kabong. Features the cartoons El Kabong, El Kabong Meets El Kazing, and El Kabong Bongs Kabong.
2 2 "Barney Bear" Unaired
Cartoons about MGM character Barney Bear. Features the cartoons Wee Willie Wildcat, The Impossible Possum, and The Bear and the Beavers.
3 3 "Tom and Jerry - The Chuck Jones Cartoons" Unaired
Tom and Jerry cartoons made under Chuck Jones's direction in the 1960s. Features the cartoons The Cat Above and the Mouse Below, Much Ado About Mousing, and Cat and Dupli-cat.
4 4 "Ranger John Smith" Unaired
Yogi Bear cartoons featuring Yogi's antagonist, Ranger Smith. Features the cartoons A Bear Living, Bear Face Disguise, and Home Sweet Jellystone.
5 5 "Hollywood" Unaired
Cartoons centered on Hollywood and the celebrities of the era. Features the cartoons Slick Hare, Popeye's 20th Anniversary, and Yankee Doodle Daffy.
6 6 "The Old West" Unaired
Cartoons that parody Westerns. Features the cartoons Hare Trigger, Homesteader Droopy, and Wagon Heels.
7 7 "Music" Unaired
Cartoons that heavily feature music. Features the cartoons Me Musical Nephews, The Rabbit of Seville, and Johann Mouse.
8 8 "Sports" Unaired
Cartoons in which most of the gags center on sports. Features the cartoons Baseball Bugs, The Bowling Alley Cat, and The Football Toucher Downer.
9 9 "Mel Blanc" Unaired
Cartoons featuring Mel Blanc's voice-acting range. Features the cartoons Rabbit Seasoning, Speedy Gonzales, and Daffy Duck Slept Here.
10 10 "Daws Butler" Unaired
Cartoons featuring Daws Butler's voice-acting range. Features the cartoons Mars Little Precious, Tricky Trappers, and Pie Pirates.
11 11 "The Evolution of Tom and Jerry" Unaired
Tom and Jerry cartoons as the years progressed. Features the cartoons Puss Gets the Boot, Mouse Trouble, and Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life.
12 12 "Bugs Bunny in Fairy Tales" Unaired
Fairy tale parodies featuring Bugs Bunny. Features the cartoons Little Red Riding Rabbit, Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears, and Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk.
13 13 "Jay Ward" February 26, 1999 (1999-02-26)
Cartoons from Jay Ward Productions. Features the cartoons Treasure of Sierra Madre (George of the Jungle), Tom Tom the Piper's Son (from "Bullwinkle's Corner" on The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show), Dudley Do-Right, How to Direct Movies (from "Mr. Know-It-All"), and Snow White (from "Fractured Fairy Tales").
14 14 "Valentine's Day" Unaired
Romantic comedy cartoons. Features the cartoons The Zoot Cat, The Stupid Cupid, and Little Tinker.
15 15 "St. Patrick's Day" Unaired
Cartoons featuring leprechauns and Irish caricatures. Features the cartoons The Huck of the Irish, Droopy Leprechaun, and The Wearing of the Grin.

Season 2[edit]

The following is a list of episodes aired on season 2[3]

No. in
No. in
Title Original air date
16 1 "Travelogue Cartoons" November 15, 1998 (1998-11-15)
Cartoons parodying the travelogue, a short film highlighting the sights of a certain location. Features the cartoons Detouring America (edited), Crazy Cruise (edited), and Fresh Fish.
17 2 "Emily the Chicken" November 22, 1998 (1998-11-22)
Cartoons centered on minor WB character Emily the Chicken, a hen who blindly pursued her dreams of being a star, only to be rejected. According to the special, Emily the Chicken is said to be the precursor to Miss Prissy from the Foghorn Leghorn cartoons. Features the cartoons Let It Be Me, A Star Is Hatched, and Strangled Eggs.
18 3 "Baseball Cartoons" November 29, 1998 (1998-11-29)
Cartoons that mock the great American pastime. Features the cartoons Gone Batty, Batty Baseball, and Baseball Bugs.
19 4 "The Early Works of Chuck Jones" December 8, 1998 (1998-12-08)
A look at Chuck Jones's Disney-esque works in his early days as a Warner Bros. director. Features the cartoons The Night Watchman, Dog Gone Modern, and Toy Trouble (edited).
20 5 "Southern Fried Cartoons" December 11, 1998 (1998-12-11)
Cartoons located in the Southern United States. Features the cartoons Southern Fried Rabbit (edited), Backwoods Bunny, and The Dixie Fryer.
21 6 "Midnight in the Bookstore" December 18, 1998 (1998-12-18)
A look at a genre of musical comedy cartoons featuring characters from books and grocery labels coming to life while the store is closed for the night. Features the cartoons Speaking of the Weather, You're an Education, and Book Revue (edited).
22 7 "The Many Faces of Robin Hood" December 25, 1998 (1998-12-25)
A look at cartoons featuring spoofs of the Robin Hood legend. Features the cartoons Robin Hood Makes Good, Robin Hood Daffy, and Robin Hoodwinked.
23 8 "Hollywood Nights" January 3, 1999 (1999-01-03)
More cartoons featuring Hollywood parodies and caricatures of celebrities from the 1930s and 1940s. Features the cartoons The Coo-Coo Nut Grove, Hollywood Steps Out, and Slick Hare.
24 9 "Future Shock" January 10, 1999 (1999-01-10)
A look at cartoons featuring [then thought to be] futuristic devices, such as automated houses and robots. Features the cartoons Dog Gone Modern, House Hunting Mice, and The House of Tomorrow.
25 10 "Movie Star Bugs" January 17, 1999 (1999-01-17)
Cartoons chronicling Bugs Bunny's rise to stardom. Features the cartoons A Hare Grows in Manhattan, What's Up, Doc?, and various clips from other Bugs Bunny shorts.
26 11 "Shut Eye" January 24, 1999 (1999-01-24)
Cartoons in which hilarity ensues when a character tries to go to sleep. Features the cartoons Good Night, Elmer, Back Alley Oproar, and Daffy Duck Slept Here.
27 12 "Egghead" January 31, 1999 (1999-01-31)
Cartoons featuring the prototype Elmer Fudd character, Egghead. Features the cartoons Daffy Duck & Egghead, Count Me Out, and A Day at the Zoo (edited).
28 13 "The Dreams of Bob Clampett" February 5, 1999 (1999-02-05)
A look at Bob Clampett's surrealistic cartoons. Features the cartoons The Old Grey Hare (with edited ending card), The Great Piggy Bank Robbery, and The Big Snooze (edited at the time; the short has aired uncut on Cartoon Network since the premiere of The Bob Clampett Show).
29 14 "Goofy Gophers" May 14, 1999 (1999-05-14)
Cartoons featuring Mac and Tosh, a pair of overly-polite gophers who were Warner Bros. answer to Disney's Chip and Dale. Features the cartoons The Goofy Gophers, I Gopher You, and Tease for Two.
30 15 "Motor Heads" May 21, 1999 (1999-05-21)
Cartoons featuring anthropomorphic vehicles. Features the cartoons Streamlined Greta Green, One Cab's Family, and Little Johnny Jet.
31 16 "Fight Night" May 28, 1999 (1999-05-28)
Cartoons centered on boxing and wrestling. Features the cartoons Let's You and Him Fight, To Duck or Not to Duck, and Rabbit Punch.
32 17 "The Evolution of Tweety" June 6, 1999 (1999-06-06)
A look at the creation of Tweety Bird and his changes in character under Bob Clampett's and Friz Freleng's direction. Features the cartoons A Tale of Two Kitties, Tweetie Pie, and Canary Row.
33 18 "The Year Elmer Fudd Got Fat" June 13, 1999 (1999-06-13)
A look at the handful of cartoons depicting Elmer Fudd as a fat man. Features the cartoons Wabbit Twouble, The Wacky Wabbit, and Fresh Hare (edited).
34 19 "The Nice Mice of Warner Bros." June 20, 1999 (1999-06-20)
Cartoons featuring singing mice directed by Tex Avery. Features the cartoons Ain't We Got Fun, A Sunbonnet Blue, and The Mice Will Play.
35 20 "Toro! Toro!" June 27, 1999 (1999-06-27)
Cartoons centered on bullfighting. Features the cartoons Bulldozing the Bull, Bully for Bugs, and Señor Droopy.
36 21 "Director Robert McKimson" July 4, 1999 (1999-07-04)
A look at cartoons directed by Robert McKimson. Features the cartoons Daffy Doodles, Easter Yeggs, and Walky Talky Hawky.
37 22 "Our Man Sam" July 11, 1999 (1999-07-11)
A look at cartoons featuring Yosemite Sam as Bugs Bunny's adversary. Features the cartoons Hare Trigger, Along Came Daffy, and Bugs Bunny Rides Again (edited).
38 23 "The Musical Cartoons of Friz Freleng" July 18, 1999 (1999-07-18)
A look at Friz Freleng's all-musical cartoons. Features the cartoons Rhapsody in Rivets, Lights Fantastic (edited), and Rhapsody Rabbit.
39 24 "Night of 1000 Elves" July 25, 1999 (1999-07-25)
Cartoon parodies of the story "The Elves and the Cobbler". Features the cartoons Busy Bakers, Holiday for Shoestrings, and The Peachy Cobbler.
40 25 "One Toon Wonders" August 1, 1999 (1999-08-01)
Cartoons featuring characters who only starred in one cartoon, but still became memorable. Features the cartoons Ghost Wanted, The Crackpot Quail (edited), and One Froggy Evening.
41 26 "Battle of the Bookworms" August 8, 1999 (1999-08-08)
Cartoons featuring worm characters, often depicted as intellectuals. Features the cartoons The Bookworm, Sniffles and the Bookworm, and The Wacky Worm.
42 27 "Crooner Toons" November 19, 1999 (1999-11-19)
Cartoons with caricatures of 1930s & 1940s singers. Features the cartoons Bingo Crosbyana, I Only Have Eyes for You, and Swooner Crooner (edited).
43 28 "Turkey Toons" November 26, 1999 (1999-11-26)
Cartoons featuring turkeys and Thanksgiving themes. Features the cartoons Tom Turkey and His Harmonica Humdingers, Jerky Turkey (edited), and Tom Turk and Daffy.
44 29 "Hobo Flea" December 3, 1999 (1999-12-03)
Cartoons depicting a flea as a drifter hopping from dog to dog. Features the cartoons The Homeless Flea, An Itch in Time (edited), and What Price Fleadom? (edited).
45 30 "Rocky & Mugsy" December 10, 1999 (1999-12-10)
Cartoons starring the infamous mobster duo. Features the cartoons Bugs and Thugs, Bugsy and Mugsy, and The Unmentionables.
46 31 "Salesman Daffy" December 17, 1999 (1999-12-17)
Cartoons depicting Daffy Duck as a pushy door-to-door salesman (or talent agent in the case of "Yankee Doodle Daffy") who won't stop until he gets a customer. Features the cartoons Yankee Doodle Daffy, The Stupor Salesman, and Fool Coverage.
47 32 "Cartoon Christmas" December 24, 1999 (1999-12-24)
A holiday special with Christmas-themed cartoons. Features the cartoons Alias St. Nick, The Captain's Christmas (edited), Peace on Earth, The Night Before Christmas, and Bedtime for Sniffles.
48 33 "Ant's Life" December 26, 1999 (1999-12-26)
Cartoons centered around ants and their war on ruining picnics. Features the cartoons The Fighting 69-1/2th (edited), The Gay Anties, and Ant Pasted.
49 34 "The Lost Cartoons" March 12, 2000 (2000-03-12)
A one-hour special about Warner Bros' rare and unknown cartoon shorts and early television projects and pilots. Features the cartoons (or scenes from) Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid, Crying for the Carolines, Lady, Play Your Mandolin!, Any Bonds Today? (edited), the Private Snafu short Spies (edited), The Return of Mr. Hook, Two Guys from Texas, My Dream Is Yours, So Much for So Little, Orange Blossoms for Violet, Drafty, Isn't It?, a Tang commercial with Bugs Bunny and Marvin Martian, Philbert, and Adventures of the Road Runner.
50 35 "The Wartime Cartoons" July 1, 2001 (2001-07-01)
Another one-hour special episode; this time, featuring cartoons from World War II (some of which are described by the narrator as being "cruel," "outdated" and filled with "outrageous stereotypes"). Features the cartoons Blitz Wolf (edited), Scrap Happy Daffy, Herr Meets Hare (which, coincidentally, was banned from airing during the 2001 June Bugs special that was supposed to feature every Bugs Bunny cartoon ever made, include some that have racial and ethnic stereotypes in them), and Russian Rhapsody and clips from Tokio Jokio, Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips, Scrap the Japs, Plane Daffy, Seein' Red, White, and Blue, and You're a Sap, Mr. Jap.

Season 3[edit]

The following is a list of episodes aired on season 3[3]

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Title Original air date
51 1 "The Evolution of Elmer Fudd" November 4, 2001 (2001-11-04)
Cartoons that show Elmer Fudd's original design versus his most common design. Features the cartoons A-Lad-In Bagdad, Dangerous Dan McFoo, Elmer's Candid Camera, The Hardship of Miles Standish, and A Wild Hare.
52 2 "The Early Works of Hanna & Barbera" November 11, 2001 (2001-11-11)
Cartoons from the duo's first few years at MGM, which, like Chuck Jones' work, was considered a carbon copy of Disney's animated shorts. Features the cartoons To Spring, Puss Gets the Boot,Gallopin' Gals, Officer Pooch and The Yankee Doodle Mouse.
53 3 "Moon Toons" November 25, 2001 (2001-11-25)
Cartoons centered on characters going to the moon and space travel. Features the cartoons Little Buck Cheeser, The Cat That Hated People, and Haredevil Hare.
54 4 "The Great Cartoon Controversy" November 25, 2001 (2001-11-25)
An episode centered on the allegations of plagiarism between Warner Bros. Rhapsody Rabbit and MGM's The Cat Concerto. Features the cartoons Rhapsody Rabbit, The Cat Concerto and Tweetie Pie.
55 5 "Tasmanian Devil" December 2, 2001 (2001-12-02)
Cartoons featuring Robert McKimson's savage whirling dervish, who, despite being short-lived in the golden age of Looney Tunes, has become popular in later years (mostly in modern Looney Tunes fare, like Taz-Mania and Space Jam and on merchandise). Features the cartoons Devil May Hare, Ducking the Devil, and Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare.
56 6 "Before Bedrock" December 2, 2001 (2001-12-02)
Cartoons that take place in prehistoric times before Hanna-Barbera's sitcom The Flintstones made it popular. Features the cartoons Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur, The First Bad Man (edited), and Wild Wild World.
57 7 "The Early Works of Friz Freleng" December 9, 2001 (2001-12-09)
More musical cartoons created by Friz Freleng in the 1930's. Features the cartoons Lady, Play Your Mandolin!, Beauty and the Beast,Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name, I Haven't Got a Hat and A Star is Hatched.
58 8 "Night at the Opera" December 16, 2001 (2001-12-16)
Cartoons parodying opera performances. Features the cartoons Long-Haired Hare, Rabbit of Seville, and What's Opera, Doc?.
59 9 "Sufferin' Succotash!" December 16, 2001 (2001-12-16)
Cartoons starring Sylvester the Cat, Warner Bros' most versatile cartoon character. Features the cartoons Life with Feathers (edited), Crowing Pains and Scaredy Cat (edited).
60 10 "Beaky Buzzard" December 23, 2001 (2001-12-23)
Cartoons starring Beaky, a bashful, dim-witted buzzard created by Bob Clampett. Features the cartoons Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid, The Bashful Buzzard, and Strife with Father.
61 11 "Baby Boom Toons" December 23, 2001 (2001-12-23)
Cartoons that spoof the popular myth of storks delivering babies. Features the cartoons The Stork's Holiday, Baby Bottleneck (edited), and Stork Naked.
62 12 "Tish Tash" December 30, 2001 (2001-12-30)
Cartoons supervised by semi-known Warner Bros. director Frank "Tish Tash" Tashlin. Features the cartoons Porky's Poultry Plant, You're an Education,Puss n' Booty, Swooner Crooner (edited), and Nasty Quacks.
63 13 "Cartoon Newsreels" December 31, 2001 (2001-12-31)
Cartoons that parody the old newsreels shown before films in the theater. Features the cartoons She Was an Acrobat's Daughter, Going Home, and The Hole Idea.
64 14 "Ralph Phillips" July 21, 2002 (2002-07-21)
Cartoons focused on Chuck Jones' short-lived cartoon character Ralph Phillips, an ordinary boy who daydreamed having exciting adventures. Features the cartoons From A to Z-Z-Z-Z (edited), Boyhood Daze, and A Waggily Tale.
65 15 "Rabbit Season, Duck Season" July 28, 2002 (2002-07-28)
An episode focused on a trio of cartoons known as the "Hunters' Trilogy", in which Daffy sets up Bugs to be hunted by Elmer Fudd and the two argue over which hunting season it is. Features the cartoons Rabbit Fire, Rabbit Seasoning and Duck! Rabbit, Duck!.
66 16 "Hubie & Bertie" August 4, 2002 (2002-08-04)
Cartoons starring Hubie and Bertie, Chuck Jones' trouble-making mice who tormented a neurotic cat named Claude. Features the cartoons The Aristo-Cat, Mouse Wreckers and Cheese Chasers.
67 17 "The Great Race" August 11, 2002 (2002-08-11)
Episodes about racing (most of which are a subset of Bugs Bunny cartoons that spoof the Aesop fable of "The Tortoise and the Hare" and feature a turtle character named Cecil). Features the cartoons Tortoise Beats Hare, Porky's Road Race,Tortoise Wins by a Hare, Porky's Naughty Nephew and Rabbit Transit.
68 18 "Cartoons in the Real World" August 18, 2002 (2002-08-18)
Cartoons that mixed live-action with animation in the days before Who Framed Roger Rabbit?. Features the cartoons "Adventures Of Popeye" and You Ought to Be in Pictures, along with clips from "Betty Boop's Rise To Fame" and "Bosko The Talk-Ink Kid".
69 19 "Director Arthur Davis" September 1, 2002 (2002-09-01)
Cartoons supervised by another semi-known Warner Bros. director. This time, it's Arthur Davis, who was Bob Clampett's short-lived contemporary and directed cartoons from 1946 to 1949 (with a brief return in 1962). Features the cartoons Mouse Menace, Bowery Bugs, and Quackodile Tears.
70 20 "Before They Were Stars" December 21, 2002 (2002-12-21)
The early appearances of famous cartoon characters. Features the cartoons A Tale of Two Kitties (early version of Tweety Bird), Fast and Furry-ous (early version of The Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote) and Stage Door Cartoon(early version of Yosemite Sam).
71 21 "Gangster Toons" December 24, 2002 (2002-12-24)
Cartoons that parody the mobster crime movie genre. Features the cartoons I'm a Big Shot Now, Thugs with Dirty Mugs and Bunny and Claude (We Rob Carrot Patches).
72 22 "The Movie Parodies of Porky & Daffy" December 26, 2002 (2002-12-26)
Cartoons featuring Porky and Daffy in send-ups of popular movie genres. Features the cartoons Drip-Along Daffy (Western parody), Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century (sci-fi and space travel parody), and Deduce, You Say! (Sherlock Holmes-style mystery parody).
73 23 "The Three Faces of Tom & Jerry" December 27, 2002 (2002-12-27)
A look at Tom and Jerry cartoons under the directions of William Hanna and Joe Barbera, Gene Dietch, and Chuck Jones. Features the cartoons Mouse Trouble (Hanna/Barbera), High Steaks (Dietch), and Purr-Chance to Dream (Jones).
74 24 "Director Norman McCabe" December 28, 2002 (2002-12-28)
One-hour episode featuring cartoons directed by lesser-known (and, at the time, surviving) Warner Bros. director Norman "Norm" McCabe. Features the cartoons Who's Who in the Zoo, Daffy's Southern Exposure, The Ducktators, Gopher Goofy, and Hop and Go.
75 25 "Speedy Gonzales" December 31, 2002 (2002-12-31)
Cartoons starring Speedy Gonzales, "...the fastest mouse in all Mexico". Features the cartoons Cat-Tails for Two, Speedy Gonzales, and The Pied Piper of Guadalupe.
76 26 "The Captain and the Kids" October 19, 2003 (2003-10-19)
A look at MGM cartoons based on the comic strip The Captain and the Kids. Features the cartoons "Cleaning House", "Poultry Pirates", "Old Smokey", "Petunia Natural Park", and "Mama's New Hat".
77 27 "The Early Works of Porky Pig" October 26, 2003 (2003-10-26)
A look at Porky Pig's early animated shorts from the 1930s. Features the cartoons I Haven't Got a Hat, The Blow Out, Westward Whoa, Porky's Romance and Porky's Duck Hunt.
78 28 "Private SNAFU" November 9, 2003 (2003-11-09)
Cartoons centered on Private Snafu, an incompetent Army private whose shorts were instruction in what not to do while in the military during World War II. Features the cartoons: Coming!! Snafu, Spies (edited), Booby Traps, Snafuperman and Censored (edited).
79 29 "Red" November 9, 2003 (2003-11-09)
Cartoons starring Tex Avery's sexy showgirl, unofficially known as Red due to her red hair and appearance in the cartoon Red Hot Riding Hood. Features the cartoons Red Hot Riding Hood, Wild and Woolfy and Little Rural Riding Hood.
80 30 "The Many Moods of Daffy Duck" November 16, 2003 (2003-11-16)
Cartoons chronicling Daffy's different attitudes, from his earlier, wackier persona to his later persona, where he's angry, driven by greed and envy, and considered Bugs' Bunny's rival/enemy. Features the cartoons The Wise Quacking Duck, Duck Amuck and Ali Baba Bunny.
81 31 "Pepe Le Pew" November 16, 2003 (2003-11-16)
Cartoons starring Chuck Jones' amorous French skunk. Features the cartoons Odor-able Kitty, For Scent-imental Reasons, and Louvre Come Back to Me!.
82 32 "The Boys from Kansas City" November 9, 2003 (2003-11-09)
Cartoons directed by the early animation directors who came from Kansas City, Kansas such as Hugh Harman and Rudy Ising. Features the cartoons: Smile, Darn Ya, Smile!, Porky and Gabby, Porky's Hare Hunt, Bottles (1936) and The Milky Way.

Banned Episode[edit]

There exists a ToonHeads episode that never aired called "The Bugs Bunny 12". The episode was to have featured twelve Bugs Bunny cartoons that have been banned from airing on Cartoon Network's 2001 "June Bugs" marathon due to Bugs' enemy being an ethnic/racial stereotype, though most have aired on Cartoon Network before, such as Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt, What's Cookin' Doc (which was banned because it had clips from Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt), Herr Meets Hare (which aired on the ToonHeads special about World War II-era cartoons), Any Bonds Today (which aired, albeit edited, on the ToonHeads special about lost and rare animated shorts from Warner Bros), and Frigid Hare (which aired following Chuck Jones' death in 2002 as part of a special, four-hour compilation of Looney Tunes shorts). This episode was planned to air as a substitute for having the cartoons air on the 2001 June Bugs marathon, but the episode was shelved and ToonHeads was canceled.

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