We all love the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes and [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]] cartoon series, but it didn't get made overnight or from one mind--rather, it was the result of the collaboration of hundreds of staffers, directors, animators, inkers and others from [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation the golden age]] and [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation dark age of animation.]] While it might it be impossible to list every single person, this list will attempt to cover as many people as possible.

Compare to NoteworthyDisneyStaff and NoteworthyFleischerStaff.
!!Noteworthy Staffers Include:

* Leon Schlesinger: The producer between 1930 and 1944. According with the staff, he was quite affable in comparison to successor Eddie Selzer.
* Eddie Selzer: Succeeded Schlesinger as producer.
* [[Creator/HarmanAndIsing Hugh Harman And Rudolph Ising]]: Ex-Disney employees who started up the studio. They quit in 1933, taking their creation Bosko with them to MGM.
* Creator/FrizFreleng: Another ex-Disney. Became a director in the late Harman-Ising era and held the post until 1962 (except for a brief stint at MGM in 1938-39). He also produced the 1964-67 era cartoons.
* Earl Duvall: Another director of the immediate post-Harman & Ising era. The most noteworthy fact about him is that he directed the first color Merrie Melody "Honeymoon Hotel" (1934, animated by Clampett and Jones).
* Ben Hardaway: Director and writer. WesternAnimation/BugsBunny is named after his nickname "Bug" Hardaway. Also helped create WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker.
* Creator/MelBlanc: Provided most (more like ''almost all'') the voices for the studios between 1937 and 1939.
* Creator/JuneForay: The main female VA for the studio, and the only one after 1950.
* Creator/StanFreberg
* Creator/ShamusCulhane: Had a ''very'' brief stay at the studio, working for Creator/ChuckJones on ''Inki and the Mynah Bird'' and ''Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears''.
* Creator/ChuckJones
* Creator/TexAvery
* Creator/BobClampett
* Creator/ArtDavis: One of the unsung directors of the studio (late 1940s). He also animated for Freleng before and after his brief directorial stint.
* Creator/RobertMcKimson
* Creator/FrankTashlin: Had ''three'' stints at the studio: In 1933, in 1936-38 and 1944-46.
* Tedd Pierce: Writer (mainly for Friz Freleng), Storyboard Artist and Voice Actor
* Mike Maltese: Writer, mainly for Chuck Jones.
* Warren Foster: Writer, mainly for Robert [=McKimson=]
* Bob Givens: Helped design Bugs Bunny, and did layouts for every director bar Freleng. One of the few that stayed right until the studio closed in 1969.
* Martha Sigall: Ink and paint artist.
* Virgil Ross: Animator for the Friz Freleng unit.
* Ken Harris: Animator for the Chuck Jones unit. Also worked with Jones for Creator/RichardWilliams on ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler''.
* Bill Melendez: Animator for the Bob Clampett unit, and later the Davis and [=McKimson=] units. Later became famous as the producer of (and voice of Snoopy in) the ''{{Peanuts}}'' television specials.
* Rod Scribner: Animator for the Clampett and [=McKimson=] units, known for producing some of the [[DerangedAnimation wildest]] and [[AnimationBump most expressive]] animation of the Golden Age.
* Maurice Noble: Layout man for Chuck Jones. His stylish designs are featured on such classics as ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersInTheTwentyFourthAndAHalfCentury'', ''WesternAnimation/WhatsOperaDoc'', and the ''WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner'' series.
* Hawley Pratt: Friz Freleng's layout man and chief character designer for almost two decades. In this role he designed Sylvester and Yosemite Sam, and created the definite versions of Tweety and Speedy Gonzales. He later became a director in his own right at the very end of the studio's life.
* Robert Gribbroek: Did Chuck Jones's layouts for quite a while before Maurice Noble showed up, and later did the same job for Robert [=McKimson=]. Although most agree that his work in Jones's unit was sorely lacking compared to what Noble later did, his work for [=McKimson=] tends to be much better-regarded.
* Carl W. Stalling: Music director. TropeCodifier for MickeyMousing (he started out at Disney composing the score for ''SteamboatWillie'', making him the TropeMaker as well).
* Tregoweth "Treg" Brown: Film editor and sound effects wizard. Won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for his work on ''Film/TheGreatRace''.