History WMG / LooneyTunes

16th Feb '18 3:03:28 PM cwf123
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** And actually this can sorta be considered canon. One of the online produced flash toons that most people don't even want to talk about was called "WebAnimation/TheMatwix" with Bugs and Elmer in a matrix parody. Too bad it's not on DVD.

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** And actually this can sorta be considered canon. One of the online produced flash toons that most people don't even want to talk about was called "WebAnimation/TheMatwix" with Bugs and Elmer in a matrix Matrix parody. Too bad it's not on DVD.



[[WMG: Loony Toons is a Black Mesa simulation]]

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[[WMG: Loony Toons Looney Tunes is a Black Mesa simulation]]



None of the characters are actually foes with each other. They are just bound to a lifetime contract with Creator/WarnerBros, and, being the noble people they are, they stick to it, because they promised. Only once did someone try to break it (Elmer Fudd in "The Big Snooze", 1946), but he ended up returning to it because Bugs kept pestering him (with all right, he wanted Elmer to stick to what he promised). And, don't track me down to kill me, but if we take ''Film/SpaceJam'' as cannon, the foes and heroes seemed to be on good terms with each other outside the shorts, and it's simple: they aren't actually belligerent. Except maybe Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner during the film, but we can't all be friends with our colleagues, now can we?

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None of the characters are actually foes with each other. They are just bound to a lifetime contract with Creator/WarnerBros, and, being the noble people they are, they stick to it, because they promised. Only once did someone try to break it (Elmer Fudd in "The Big Snooze", 1946), but he ended up returning to it because Bugs kept pestering him (with all right, he wanted Elmer to stick to what he promised). And, don't track me down to kill me, but if we take ''Film/SpaceJam'' as cannon, canon, the foes and heroes seemed to be on good terms with each other outside the shorts, and it's simple: they aren't actually belligerent. Except maybe Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner during the film, but we can't all be friends with our colleagues, now can we?
13th Feb '18 1:41:56 AM jormis29
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** And actually this can sorta be considered canon. One of the online produced flash toons that most people don't even want to talk about was called "The Matwix" with Bugs and Elmer in a matrix parody. Too bad it's not on DVD.

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** And actually this can sorta be considered canon. One of the online produced flash toons that most people don't even want to talk about was called "The Matwix" "WebAnimation/TheMatwix" with Bugs and Elmer in a matrix parody. Too bad it's not on DVD.
31st Jan '18 8:45:22 PM GoblinCipher
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** The Devil in the Looney Tunes cartoons is just another toon, the soul of a self-aggrandizing Richelieu-type priest whose politicking hurt thousands, now condemned to cause the same suffering he did in life but no longer able to keep his hands clean. All visions of Hell and Heaven seen in Looney Tunes cartoons are just the same Purgatory hallucinations.
** In fact, the universe of the Looney Tunes (including its fake Heaven and Hell, populated by the souls of sinners whose worst punishment would be a sucky afterlife) is the Hell/Purgatory of another universe -- specifically, WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic. Ponies who do not practice the Elements of Harmony are punished by being sent to a place with nothing but backstabbing, constant murder attempts, and CarnivoreConfusion. This only seems strange to us because we got our view of their universe's Hell over a half-century before we saw its Earth.
31st Jan '18 8:37:53 PM GoblinCipher
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* Jossed. The Devil exists in the Looney Tunes universe and none of the characters are in hell. See "Devil's Feus Cake" and "Satan's Waitin".

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* Jossed. The Devil exists in the Looney Tunes universe and none of the characters are in hell. See "Devil's Feus Feud Cake" and "Satan's Waitin".




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*** More specific reference, please?
27th Jan '18 12:04:35 PM nombretomado
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* Pity TheWB didn't realize this.

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* Pity TheWB Creator/TheWB didn't realize this.
22nd Sep '17 1:37:38 PM SeptimusHeap
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Next time we see him in "AWildHare," he's 'hunting wabbits.' But whenever Bugs fakes his own death, Elmer begins to break down again because deep down, he appreciates animals. The depression evidently led to his obesity problems in the early 40's.

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Next time we see him in "AWildHare," "WesternAnimation/AWildHare," he's 'hunting wabbits.' But whenever Bugs fakes his own death, Elmer begins to break down again because deep down, he appreciates animals. The depression evidently led to his obesity problems in the early 40's.
11th Jul '17 10:18:29 AM Stinkoman87
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* He can get anything he wants through the mail. I think he can afford to buy some omaha steaks.
29th May '17 11:33:22 AM nombretomado
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None of the characters are actually foes with each other. They are just bound to a lifetime contract with WarnerBros, and, being the noble people they are, they stick to it, because they promised. Only once did someone try to break it (Elmer Fudd in "The Big Snooze", 1946), but he ended up returning to it because Bugs kept pestering him (with all right, he wanted Elmer to stick to what he promised). And, don't track me down to kill me, but if we take ''Film/SpaceJam'' as cannon, the foes and heroes seemed to be on good terms with each other outside the shorts, and it's simple: they aren't actually belligerent. Except maybe Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner during the film, but we can't all be friends with our colleagues, now can we?

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None of the characters are actually foes with each other. They are just bound to a lifetime contract with WarnerBros, Creator/WarnerBros, and, being the noble people they are, they stick to it, because they promised. Only once did someone try to break it (Elmer Fudd in "The Big Snooze", 1946), but he ended up returning to it because Bugs kept pestering him (with all right, he wanted Elmer to stick to what he promised). And, don't track me down to kill me, but if we take ''Film/SpaceJam'' as cannon, the foes and heroes seemed to be on good terms with each other outside the shorts, and it's simple: they aren't actually belligerent. Except maybe Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner during the film, but we can't all be friends with our colleagues, now can we?
28th May '17 3:09:49 PM General_A_S
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At the end of "Porky Pig's Feat", Daffy refers to Bugs Bunny as his hero, a far different opinion from his jealousy/rivalry when they started to become a team almost a decade later. But in that short, [[spoiler: Daffy calls Bugs expecting him to help him and Porky escape from the hotel, only to learn that Bugs is also a prisoner there.]] Therefore, with Bugs unable to help Daffy when he expected him to be capable of it, Daffy no longer saw Bugs as a hero, and later on would resent him, even wanting him killed from time to time.

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At the end of "Porky Pig's Feat", Daffy refers to Bugs Bunny as his hero, a far different opinion from his jealousy/rivalry when they started to become a team almost a decade later. But in that short, [[spoiler: Daffy calls Bugs expecting him to help him and Porky escape from the hotel, only to learn that Bugs is also a prisoner there.]] Therefore, with Bugs unable to help Daffy when he expected him to be capable of it, Daffy no longer saw Bugs as a hero, and later on would resent him, even wanting him killed from time to time.time.

[[WMG: Bugs has powers similar to those of Quicksilver from the X-Men franchise.]]
[[WMG: Fudd's bullets hurt, but don't kill.]]
He actually said that he hunts as a sport. Not to mention how many times he hit Daffy.
[[WMG: Fudd believes cheap costumes because he is practically blind.]]
He might actually wear glasses when he isn't hunting.
12th May '17 8:32:17 AM TomServo
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** Egghead did evolve into Elmer Fudd, according to WordOfGod. Egghead was originally based on comedian Joe Penner. A later cartoon featuring Egghead actually labelled him, "Elmer Fudd, Peacemaker". Elmer's Candid Camera switched his voice actor to Arthur Q. Bryan, but his character design was actually based on the existing Egghead, slightly modified so at that point he looked about halfway between Egghead and Elmer Fudd's eventual design in "A Wild Hare". Between those two cartoons, Elmer lost the remaining influences of Egghead and became more dippy and harmless.
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