YMMV / Foghorn Leghorn

  • Crowning Moment of Awesome: There are two times where Foghorn and Dawg team-up and it results in whoever's the antagonist for that short being terrified:
    • Fox Terror has Dawg finding out that all of the hi-jinks that he's been blaming Foghorn for are actually because of a conniving fox trying to distract him to steal chickens. Dawg wants to go straight after him but Foghorn talks him into giving the fox a taste of his own medicine by pulling the fox's own stunts on him. The fox whimpers when they confront him, well aware of what's going to happen.
    • The High and the Flighty has Foghorn and Dawg realizing that Daffy has been egging the two on in order make a bigger profit. They loudly broadcast this knowledge, which makes Daffy sensibly try to take off and results in him getting caught in the latest prank that he sold the duo.
  • Fan-Preferred Couple: Foghorn and the dog.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: In the Japanese dub of his shorts, he's voiced by Tessho Genda, aka Kurama the Nine-Tailed Fox: You know, foxes likes to eat poultry.
  • The Scrappy: Scrappy's creator admitted to using Henery as his inspiration, although Henery himself isn't a perfect example. In other words, Foghorn Leghorn himself is this to Henry fans, due to stealing the show, or being a lazy loudmouth, but naturally still has a reasonable fan base.
  • "Weird Al" Effect: How many people remember Senator Claghorn versus his animated rooster counterpart? Answer: not many, unless you know your Golden Age of radio history or do a Wikipedia search.
  • We're Still Relevant, Dammit!: The final cartoon, Banty Raids, for it's obvious portrayal of hip music at the time.