History Heartwarming / LooneyTunes

17th Nov '17 10:03:01 PM TitoMosquito
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-->'''Daffy:''' Oh he's one of my best friends. He's just a terrific p-p-p-pig!

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-->'''Daffy:''' Oh he's one of my best friends. He's just a terrific p-p-p-pig!p-p-p-pig!
* In "Devil May Hare", after Bugs tricks Taz again, a Bambi-like fawn appears and licks Bugs's hand. Bugs tries to get it to leave, warning it about Taz. When he realize [[RightBehindYou he's behind him]], Bugs protects the fawn by telling Taz its just another fake.
16th Sep '17 5:53:07 PM nombretomado
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* During his guest appearance on "The Pat Paulsen Half-a-Comedy Hour", Daffy, as usual in AnimatedActor mode per guest role, not only gets ''standing ovation'' upon entering, but is later asked what kind of guy PorkyPig is like to work with:

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* During his guest appearance on "The Pat Paulsen Half-a-Comedy Hour", Daffy, as usual in AnimatedActor mode per guest role, not only gets ''standing ovation'' upon entering, but is later asked what kind of guy PorkyPig WesternAnimation/PorkyPig is like to work with:
26th Aug '17 12:52:31 PM Psi001
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* "A Witch's Tangled Hare" shows the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of Witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream of being a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What really makes the scene sweet is that he's just a regular decent guy, and the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then was not due to second thoughts, but that he simply went to the wrong address. It ends with them debating back and forth on who made the mistake all the while walking off arm in arm.

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* "A Witch's Tangled Hare" shows the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of Witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream of being a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What really makes the scene sweet is that he's just a regular decent guy, and the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then was not due to second thoughts, but that he simply went to the wrong address. It ends with them debating back and forth on who made the mistake all the while walking off arm in arm.arm.
* During his guest appearance on "The Pat Paulsen Half-a-Comedy Hour", Daffy, as usual in AnimatedActor mode per guest role, not only gets ''standing ovation'' upon entering, but is later asked what kind of guy PorkyPig is like to work with:
-->'''Daffy:''' Oh he's one of my best friends. He's just a terrific p-p-p-pig!
31st Jul '17 8:34:35 PM Kaltrope
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* "A Witch's Tangled Hare" ends with with the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of Witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream of being a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What really makes the scene sweet is that he's just a regular decent guy, and the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then was not due to second thoughts, but that he simply went to the wrong address. It ends with them debating back and forth on who made the mistake all the while walking off arm in arm.

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* "A Witch's Tangled Hare" ends with with shows the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of Witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream of being a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What really makes the scene sweet is that he's just a regular decent guy, and the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then was not due to second thoughts, but that he simply went to the wrong address. It ends with them debating back and forth on who made the mistake all the while walking off arm in arm.
31st Jul '17 8:33:20 PM Kaltrope
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* "A Witch's Tangled Hare" ends with with the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of Witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream of being a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What really makes the scene sweet is that he's just a regular decent guy, and the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then was not due to second thoughts but that he simply went to the wrong address. It ends with them debating back and forth on who made the mistake all the while walking off arm in arm.

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* "A Witch's Tangled Hare" ends with with the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of Witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream of being a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What really makes the scene sweet is that he's just a regular decent guy, and the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then was not due to second thoughts thoughts, but that he simply went to the wrong address. It ends with them debating back and forth on who made the mistake all the while walking off arm in arm.
31st Jul '17 8:29:44 PM Kaltrope
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* "A Witch's Tangled Hare" ends with with the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream to be a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What makes the seen sweet is that it turns out the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then is that he went to the wrong address. The scene ends with them debating who made the mistake while walking arm in arm.

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* "A Witch's Tangled Hare" ends with with the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of witch Witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream to be of being a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What really makes the seen scene sweet is that it turns out he's just a regular decent guy, and the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then is was not due to second thoughts but that he simply went to the wrong address. The scene It ends with them debating back and forth on who made the mistake all the while walking off arm in arm.
31st Jul '17 4:50:16 PM Kaltrope
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* "Broom-stick Bunny" ends with with the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream to be a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What makes the seen sweet is that it turns out the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then is that he went to the wrong address. The scene ends with them debating who made the mistake while walking arm in arm.

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* "Broom-stick Bunny" "A Witch's Tangled Hare" ends with with the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream to be a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What makes the seen sweet is that it turns out the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then is that he went to the wrong address. The scene ends with them debating who made the mistake while walking arm in arm.
31st Jul '17 4:48:45 PM Kaltrope
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* The opening and closing credits for the 1960s ''The Porky Pig Show'', where we see Foghorn Leghorn, Sylvester, Tweety, Daffy, Sam Sheepdog, Granny, Elmer Fudd, and Yosemite Sam are all gathered at Porky's barn to celebrate Porky. (The closing even has the first four singing sadly (at first) about the show ending!) Porky's also carried around on Daffy and Sylvester's shoulders in a few scenes. Given Porky's occasional ButtMonkey / DemotedToExtra treatment, it's nice to see him get some respect.

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* The opening and closing credits for the 1960s ''The Porky Pig Show'', where we see Foghorn Leghorn, Sylvester, Tweety, Daffy, Sam Sheepdog, Granny, Elmer Fudd, and Yosemite Sam are all gathered at Porky's barn to celebrate Porky. (The closing even has the first four singing sadly (at first) about the show ending!) Porky's also carried around on Daffy and Sylvester's shoulders in a few scenes. Given Porky's occasional ButtMonkey / DemotedToExtra treatment, it's nice to see him get some respect.respect.
* "Broom-stick Bunny" ends with with the running gag background character turning out to be the lost beau of witch Hazel. The man just broke into depression due to giving up on his dream to be a writer before accidentally reuniting with her. What makes the seen sweet is that it turns out the only reason he didn't meet her parents back then is that he went to the wrong address. The scene ends with them debating who made the mistake while walking arm in arm.
5th May '17 5:41:24 PM Rabbitearsblog
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[[caption-width-right:350:Awww....how cute!]]
29th Apr '17 2:35:13 PM JohnnyNevada
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhAye7f67Xk This AT&T Valentine's Day commercial]] which features Pepe and Penelope communicating with each other by using phones.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhAye7f67Xk This AT&T Valentine's Day commercial]] which features Pepe and Penelope communicating with each other by using phones.phones.
* The opening and closing credits for the 1960s ''The Porky Pig Show'', where we see Foghorn Leghorn, Sylvester, Tweety, Daffy, Sam Sheepdog, Granny, Elmer Fudd, and Yosemite Sam are all gathered at Porky's barn to celebrate Porky. (The closing even has the first four singing sadly (at first) about the show ending!) Porky's also carried around on Daffy and Sylvester's shoulders in a few scenes. Given Porky's occasional ButtMonkey / DemotedToExtra treatment, it's nice to see him get some respect.
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