History YMMV / LooneyTunes

7th Feb '16 3:19:34 PM nombretomado
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** The series introduced a whole ''army'' of Scrappies in the late 1960s, when the [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation original creative staff]] was dumped and Alex Lovy took over the studio. In a desperate attempt to stay in the game, Lovy created some new characters to supplant the classic line-up, and we were treated to such memorable characters as Cool Cat, Merlin the Magic Mouse, and Bunny & Claude. The new characters proved unimaginative, unfunny and unmemorable, and it was soon game over for the original ''Looney Tunes'' series. One "Cool Cat" cartoon even went to the trouble to introduce "Spooky", a seriously dull ghost character, with a mention in the opening titles. A case of hitching your wagon to a sinking ship there. By this point the few original characters still present in the shorts were considered Scrappies as well. Daffy and Speedy in particular due to personality changes and a questionable teamup of the two, though granted outside this [[DorkAge era]] they are EnsembleDarkhorse[=s=] more than anything else.
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** The series introduced a whole ''army'' of Scrappies in the late 1960s, when the [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation original creative staff]] was dumped and Alex Lovy took over the studio. In a desperate attempt to stay in the game, Lovy created some new characters to supplant the classic line-up, and we were treated to such memorable characters as Cool Cat, Merlin the Magic Mouse, and Bunny & Claude. The new characters proved unimaginative, unfunny and unmemorable, and it was soon game over for the original ''Looney Tunes'' series. One "Cool Cat" cartoon even went to the trouble to introduce "Spooky", a seriously dull ghost character, with a mention in the opening titles. A case of hitching your wagon to a sinking ship there. By this point the few original characters still present in the shorts were considered Scrappies as well. Daffy and Speedy in particular due to personality changes and a questionable teamup of the two, though granted outside this [[DorkAge era]] they are EnsembleDarkhorse[=s=] more than anything else.
14th Jan '16 1:02:19 PM Homemaderat
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** The latest addition is any insinuation that the Looney Tunes aren't WB's top animation section of the library any more. 2015 was not a good year for evidence otherwise.
23rd Dec '15 11:52:28 PM Adept
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** Then there was the famous incident in which ''WesternAnimation/AWildHare'', the first WesternAnimation/BugsBunny cartoon (and the one that pretty much established the kind of cartoons Creator/WarnerBros would put out in the years to come), as well as ''WesternAnimation/PussGetsTheBoot'', the first WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry cartoon, were passed up for an Academy Award for one of [[MGMOneshotCartoons MGM's oneshot shorts]], ''The Milky Way''.
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** Then there was the famous incident in which ''WesternAnimation/AWildHare'', the first WesternAnimation/BugsBunny cartoon (and the one that pretty much established the kind of cartoons Creator/WarnerBros would put out in the years to come), as well as ''WesternAnimation/PussGetsTheBoot'', the first WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry cartoon, were passed up for an Academy Award for one of [[MGMOneshotCartoons MGM's oneshot shorts]], WesternAnimation/MGMOneshotCartoons, ''The Milky Way''.
18th Dec '15 10:55:35 PM LooneyCartoons
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* DorkAge: Every cartoon produced [[http://looney.goldenagecartoons.com/miscelooneyous/1960sarticle.html in the 1960s]] after the WB animation studio initially closed its doors (Except for Norman Normal).
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* DorkAge: Every cartoon Most, if not all, cartoons produced [[http://looney.goldenagecartoons.com/miscelooneyous/1960sarticle.html in the 1960s]] after the WB animation studio initially closed its doors (Except for Norman Normal).in 1964 are often considered as such.
28th Nov '15 10:38:05 PM nombretomado
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* NoProblemWithLicensedGames: The Looney Tunes racing game for the SegaDreamcast, which was very well received. ''Desert Demolition'' and ''Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble'' are also fairly liked.
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* NoProblemWithLicensedGames: The Looney Tunes racing game for the SegaDreamcast, UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, which was very well received. ''Desert Demolition'' and ''Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble'' are also fairly liked.
23rd Nov '15 6:22:45 PM FF32
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* ArchivePanic: Exactly 1,000 classic-era theatrical shorts, plus the SNAFU shorts and other bits of miscellanea--it's been estimated that watching a non stop marathon of them all would require a week without sleep--even getting through all the shorts already on DVD [[note]]Which amounts to somewhere around 524 cartoons, not including misc. shorts only released as extras on live action movie DVDs, such as "Porky & Daffy" and "Hot Cross Bunny" only being available on the "Angels with Dirty Faces" and "Treasure of the Sierra Madre" DVDs[[/note]] will take you around 3685 minutes, or two and a half days of viewing. At least there haven't been new Looney Tunes shorts ''regularly'' made since 1969. That would make the series even more grueling to get through (both in viewing it and for Warner Brothers Studios to actually put out all the classics -- and not-so-classics -- on DVD and/or Blu-Ray).
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* ArchivePanic: Exactly 1,000 classic-era theatrical shorts, plus the SNAFU shorts and other bits of miscellanea--it's been estimated that watching a non stop marathon of them all would require a week without sleep--even getting through all the shorts already on DVD [[note]]Which amounts to somewhere around 524 cartoons, not including misc. shorts only released as extras on live action movie DVDs, [=DVDs=], such as "Porky & Daffy" and "Hot Cross Bunny" only being available on the "Angels with Dirty Faces" and "Treasure of the Sierra Madre" DVDs[[/note]] [=DVDs=][[/note]] will take you around 3685 minutes, or two and a half days of viewing. At least there haven't been new Looney Tunes shorts ''regularly'' made since 1969. That would make the series even more grueling to get through (both in viewing it and for Warner Brothers Studios to actually put out all the classics -- and not-so-classics -- on DVD and/or Blu-Ray).
19th Oct '15 7:32:11 AM Psi001
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Several of the reoccurring antagonists. Jerks or not, it was hard not to eventually feel for them after their millionth painful fail. Especially when it came to characters who were just hunting for prey out of instinct, like Wile E. and Sylvester.
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Several of the reoccurring antagonists. Jerks or not, it was hard not to eventually feel for them after their millionth painful fail. Especially when it came to characters who were just hunting for prey out of instinct, like Wile E. and Sylvester. FrizFreleng outright admitted to this difficulty in making shorts with ElmerFudd, claiming Bugs was more liable to look like a bully against him.
16th Oct '15 4:20:47 AM GeminiSparkSP
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** ''VideoGame/BugsBunnyLostInTime'' and ''Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters'' for the PS1 and PC is a great ''Rayman 2''-esque 3D Platformer which is very fun and captures the style of the show perfectly, and was also very well received.
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** ''VideoGame/BugsBunnyLostInTime'' and ''Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters'' ''VideoGame/BugsBunnyAndTazTimeBusters'' for the PS1 and PC is a great ''Rayman 2''-esque 3D Platformer which is very fun and captures the style of the show perfectly, and was also very well received.
24th Sep '15 2:23:57 AM GeminiSparkSP
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** ''VideoGame/BugsBunnyLostInTime'' for the PS1 and PC is a great ''Rayman 2''-esque 3D Platformer which is very fun and captures the style of the show perfectly, and was also very well received.
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** ''VideoGame/BugsBunnyLostInTime'' and ''Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters'' for the PS1 and PC is a great ''Rayman 2''-esque 3D Platformer which is very fun and captures the style of the show perfectly, and was also very well received.
15th Aug '15 2:19:28 AM OffTheDeepEnd
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* MexicansLoveSpeedyGonzales: Speedy Gonzales, despite being perceived as an EthnicScrappy by Cartoon Network and even banned from airing, was very popular with Latin Americans, Mexicans to be more specific.
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* MexicansLoveSpeedyGonzales: The TropeNamer. Speedy Gonzales, despite being perceived as an EthnicScrappy by Cartoon Network and even banned from airing, was very popular with Latin Americans, Mexicans to be more specific.

** A lot of people feel that Tweety deserves this title too, though he also has his fans. ** Pepe Le Pew due to how formulaic his shorts are or because his amorous pursuit of Penelope comes off as very creepy and/or gross in this era where BlackComedyRape is becoming less and less funny. ** Henery Hawk from the WesternAnimation/FoghornLeghorn cartoons is practically the UrExample of a Scrappy in as much as he even share's Scrappy Doo's personality and physical traits (Mark Evanier admitted outright he used Henery's character as a basis for Scrappy). He's a belligerent, loudmouthed little pipsqueak who picks fights with other characters many times bigger than him.
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** [[TastesLikeDiabetes A lot of people feel feel]] that Tweety deserves this title too, though he also has although his fans. original, violent incarnation is well liked. ** Pepe Le Pew due to how formulaic his shorts are or Pew, not only because he is [[TastesLikeDiabetes overly mushy]] but because his amorous pursuit of Penelope comes off as very creepy and/or gross in this era where BlackComedyRape is becoming less and less funny. ** Henery Hawk from the WesternAnimation/FoghornLeghorn cartoons is practically the UrExample of a Scrappy in as much as he even share's due to Scrappy Doo's personality (both are belligerent, loudmouthed little pipsqueaks who picks fights with other characters many times bigger than them) and physical traits (Mark traits. The fact that Mark Evanier admitted outright he used Henery's character as a basis for Scrappy). He's a belligerent, loudmouthed little pipsqueak who picks fights with other characters many times bigger than him.Scrappy doesn't help at all.
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