was a classic anthology series that aired from October 1992 to November 2003 on Cartoon Network
. Always aired late at night, this program would show a large variety of rare classic cartoons
from many studios, from the Warner Bros.
. and MGM
cartoon catalogs to more obscure studios like Fleischer Studios
. The cartoons were almost always aired uncut and uncensored, which allowed this program to show many cartoons that were taboo for daytime television, like such wholesome fare as "The Ducktators
" and "Blitz Wolf
", and was supplanted by classic cartoon trivia and rare interviews with Golden Age veterans, all of which were narrated by Leslie Fram. The program was a hit, running for 82 episodes, and had two hourlong specials and one half-hour special which was never aired.
The program as we remember it no longer exists, ending in November 2003, with a Christmas Special aired in 2005. Two additonal specials called "Toonheads: The Lost Cartoons" and "Toonheads: The Wartime Cartoons" were made but so far, only the former is on DVD; included on Looney Tunes Golden Collection
Vol. 1 and disc 3 of the blu-ray version of Looney Tunes Platinum Collection
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