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== 1960 ==
== 1970–present ==
=== Theatrical cartoons ===
==== General theatrical releases ====
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! scope="col" style="width: 150px;" | Title
! scope="col" style="width: 50px;" | Series
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Director
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Animator
! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Characters
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Identification Number
! scope="col" style="width: 125px;" | Release date
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! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Film shown with
! scope="col" style="width: 250px;" |DVD & Blu-ray availability
!Notes
|-
|''The Duxorcist''
|856
| rowspan="2" |[[Greg Ford]],<br>Terry Lennon
|''[[Fastest with the Mostest]]''
|[[Daffy Duck|Daffy]], [[Melissa Duck|Melissa]]
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|255-111
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|November 20, 1987
|Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Ben Washam,<br />Keith Darling
|[[Los Angeles]],<br />[[New York City|New York]]
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|First screened independent, with any feature film of exhibitor's choice. But was also edited into ''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]''<ref>Reading the Rabbit: Explorations in Warner Bros. Animation p21</ref>
|January 9, 1960
|''[[Space Jam]]'' two-disc DVD,<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'',<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'', Volume 5
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Classic Collection'' (WHSmith Exclusive Video) (United Kingdom only)
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes: The Collector's Edition'' Volume 14: Cartoon Superstars
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* First cartoon of the modern-day Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies series.
* First cartoon that the Greg Ford/Terry lennon team worked on.
|-
|''[[The Night of the Living Duck]]''
|857
|Daffy
|''[[West of the Pesos]]''
|255-112
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|September 23, 1988
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Los Angeles.<br />New York
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Tom Ray
|First given limited run at New York Film Festival then tackled onto and shown at the beginning of ''Daffy Duck's Quackbusters''<ref>Reading the Rabbit: Explorations in Warner Bros. Animation p21</ref>
|[[Speedy Gonzales]], [[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], Mouse Señorita
|''[[Space Jam]]'' two-disc DVD,<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]''
|January 23, 1960
|[[Mel Blanc]]'s final short; Branded as a ''Merrie Melodies'' short
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]: Speedy Gonzales in a Flash
|
|-
|{{nowrap|''[[Box-Office Bunny]]''}}
|858
|''[[HorseDarrell HareVan Citters]]''
|Bugs, Daffy, [[Elmer Fudd|Elmer]]
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|255-164
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|{{nowrap|February 11, 1991}}
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Art Davis
|rowspan="3" | {{nowrap|[[United States|US]], [[Canada]]}}, [[Mexico]]
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Yosemite Sam]], Commander, Geronimo, Indian Chief, Mule
|''[[The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter]]''
|February 13, 1960
|''[[The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie]]''
|
|First Bugs Bunny cartoon since 1964 and first Elmer Fudd cartoon since 1962.
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'' Volume 12
|
* Currently not shown on [[television]], due to negative stereotyping.
|-
|''[[Chariots of Fur]]''
|859
|Chuck Jones
|''[[Wild Wild World]]''
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|No Number
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|December 21, 1994
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Tom Ray
|''[[Richie Rich (film)|Richie Rich]]''
|Cave Darroway
|[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks|Supergenius Hijinks]],<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|February 27, 1960
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6'', Disc 4: Most Requested Assorted Nuts and One-Shots (special feature, Bonus cartoons)]]
|
* First LT/MM short directed by [[Chuck Jones]] since 1964.
* First LT/MM short produced by Chuck Jones Film Productions.
|-
|''[[Carrotblanca]]''
|860
|Douglas McCarthy
|''[[Goldimouse and the Three Cats]]''
|Bugs, The Crusher, Daffy, [[Foghorn Leghorn|Foghorn]], [[Barnyard Dawg|Barnyard]], [[Long-Haired Hare|Giovanni Jones]], [[Gossamer (Looney Tunes)|Gossamer]], [[Granny (Looney Tunes)|Granny]], Miss Prissy, [[Rocky and Mugsy|Mugsy]], [[Penelope Pussycat|Penelope]], [[Pepé Le Pew|Pepé]], [[Pete Puma]], [[Porky Pig|Porky]], [[Yosemite Sam|Sam]], [[Wolf and Sheepdog|Sam Sheepdog]], [[Sylvester (Looney Tunes)|Sylvester]], [[Tweety]], & [[Beaky Buzzard|Beaky]]
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Virgil Ross,<br />Art Davis,<br />Gerry Chiniquy
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Sylvester Jr.|Sylvester Junior]], Mrs. Cat, Goldimouse
|March 19, 1960
|
|August 25, 1995
* Laserdisc - ''Wince Upon A Time: Foolhardy Fairy Tales and Looney Legends''
|''[[The Amazing Panda Adventure]]''
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5'', Disc 2]]: Fun-Filled Fairy Tales
|''[[Casablanca (film)|Casablanca]]'' two-disc special edition,<br>''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'',<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
* DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection]]'': Volume 5, Disc 2: Fun-Filled Fairy Tales
|Features more characters than any other cartoon
* DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Sylvester & Hippety Hopper: Marsupial Mayhem]]''
|
* Edited into ''[[Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales]]'' in 1982
|-
|''Superior Duck''
|861
|Chuck Jones
|''[[Person to Bunny]]''
|Daffy, Foghorn, Marvin, Porky, [[Tasmanian Devil (Looney Tunes)|Taz]], Tweety, Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
||No Number
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|August 23, 1996
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Art Davis,<br />Virgil Ross
|rowspan="2" | [[United States|US]] and its territories
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Daffy Duck]], [[Elmer Fudd]], Cedric R. Burrows
|''[[Carpool (1996 film)|Carpool]]''
|April 1, 1960
|''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]'',<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'',<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|
| rowspan="2" |
* VHS - ''[[Ocean's 11]]'' (part of Warner Night at the Movies)
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Daffy Duck: Frustrated Fowl]]''
* VHS, DVD - [[Stars of Space Jam|''Stars of Space Jam'': Daffy Duck]]
* DVD - ''Stars of Space Jam Collection'' Volume 1
|
* Final Bugs and Daffy Cartoon directed by [[Friz Freleng]] and his musical methods and techniques.<ref name="dailymotion.com">{{cite web|url=https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xk0sxw|title=Irreverent Imagination: The Golden Age of Looney Tunes - Video Dailymotion|date=20 July 2011}}</ref>
* Also the final WB cartoon to feature [[Arthur Q. Bryan]] as [[Elmer Fudd]].
|-
|''[[Pullet Surprise]]''
|862
|Darrell Van Citters
|''[[Who Scent You?]]''
|Foghorn, [[LooneyPete TunesPuma|LTPete]]
||No Number
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|March 26, 1997
|Keith Darling,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Ben Washam
|''[[Cats Don't Dance]]''
|[[Pepé Le Pew]], [[Penelope Pussycat]]
|''[[The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie]]'',<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|April 23, 1960
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Pepe Le Pew: Zee Best of Zee Best]]''
|
|-
|''[[Coyote Falls]]''
|863
| rowspan="6" | {{nowrap|[[Matthew O'Callaghan]]}}
|''[[Hyde and Go Tweet]]''
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|345-180
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|July 30, 2010
|Art Davis,<br />Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross
|rowspan="3" | Worldwide
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Tweety]], Dr. Jekyll
|''[[Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore|{{nowrap|Cats & Dogs: The}} Revenge of Kitty Galore]]''
|May 14, 1960
|''[[Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore|{{nowrap|Cats & Dogs: The}} Revenge of Kitty Galore]]'',<br>[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks|Supergenius Hijinks]],<br>''[[Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run]]''
|
| rowspan="6" |Computer animated; directed by [[Matthew O'Callaghan]] and produced by [[Reel FX Creative Studios]]
* Laserdisc - ''Looney Tunes: After Dark: Ghoul, Ghost and Goblin Cartoon Classics''
* VHS - ''Warner Bros. Cartoons Golden Jubilee 24 Karat Collection'': [[Sylvester and Tweety's Crazy Capers]]
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Presents'': Marvin the Martian & K-9: 50 Years on Earth!
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Presents'': Marvin the Martian: Space Tunes (reissue version)
|
* Edited into ''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]'' in 1988.
|-
|''[[Fur of Flying]]''
|864
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|''[[Rabbit's Feat]]''
|345-181
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|September 24, 2010
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|''[[Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole]]''
|Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson
|''[[BugsLegend Bunnyof the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole]]'', <br>[[WileLooney E.Tunes CoyoteSuper and theStars' Road Runner# and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks|WileSupergenius E.Hijinks]],<br>''[[Looney CoyoteTunes: Rabbits Run]]''
|June 4, 1960
|
* VHS - ''The Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: The Scrapes of Wrath''
|
|-
|''[[Rabid Rider]]''
|865
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|''Crockett-Doodle-Do''
|345-182
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|December 17, 2010
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|''[[Yogi Bear (film)|Yogi Bear]]''
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Tom Ray
|''[[Yogi Bear (film)|Yogi Bear]]'',<br>[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks|Supergenius Hijinks]],<br>''[[Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run]]''
|[[Foghorn Leghorn]], [[Egghead, Jr. (Looney Tunes)|Egghead Jr.]]
|June 25, 1960
|
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition'' Volume 15: A Battle of Wits
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Foghorn Leghorn & Friends: Barnyard Bigmouth]]''
|
|-
|''[[I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat]]''
|866
|Sylvester, Tweety, Granny
|''[[Mouse and Garden]]''
|345-193
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|November 18, 2011
|[[Friz Freleng]]
| [[United States|US]] and its territories
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Art Davis,<br />Virgil Ross
|''[[Happy Feet Two]]''
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], Sam Cat, Mouse
|''[[Happy Feet Two]]'',<br>''[[Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run]]''
|July 16, 1960
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 4]]: Kitty Korner
* DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection]]'': Volume 4, Disc 2
* Blu-ray, DVD – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3'', Disc 2]]
|
* Last pairing of Sylvester and Sam Cat.
* [[Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film]] nomination
|-
|''[[Daffy's Rhapsody]]''
|867
|Daffy, Elmer, Bugs (cameo), Taz (cameo), Tweety (cameo), Wile E. Coyote & Road Runner (cameo)
|''[[Ready, Woolen and Able]]''
|342-194
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|February 10, 2012
|[[Chuck Jones]]
| Worldwide
|Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Ben Washam
|''[[Journey 2: The Mysterious Island]]''
|[[Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog]]
| rowspan="2" |N/A
|July 30, 1960
|
* VHS - ''Warner Bros. Cartoons Golden Jubilee 24 Karat Collection'': [[Road Runner vs. Wile E. Coyote: The Classic Chase]]
* VHS - ''Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Chariots of Fur (and Five Other Cartoons)''
|
|-
|''Flash in the Pain''
|868
|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Tweety (cameo), Sylvester (cameo), Granny (cameo)
|''[[Mice Follies (1960 film)|Mice Follies]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Tom Ray
|Ralph Crumden, Ned Morton, Alice Crumden, Trixie Morton
|August 20, 1960
|
| June 10, 2014
* DVD - ''Saturday Morning Cartoons: 1960s'' Volume 1, Disc 1 (as a part of ''The Porky Pig Show'')
| Worldwide
* DVD and Blu-ray – ''[[Looney Tunes Mouse Chronicles: The Chuck Jones Collection]]'' Disc II, starring Hubie and Bertie (special feature, More Mice)
| N/A
|
* Final appearance of [[The Honeymooners#Highest ranked episodes, shows, and characters|The Honey-Mousers]]
|-
|869
|''[[From Hare to Heir]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Art Davis,<br />Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Yosemite Sam]]
|September 3, 1960
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Bugs Bunny: Hare Extraordinaire]]''
|
* Edited into ''[[Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island]]'' in 1983
* * First Merrie Melodies cartoon to feature the "A Vitaphone Release" byline.
|-
|870
|''[[The Dixie Fryer]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Tom Ray
|[[Foghorn Leghorn]], Pappy and Elvis
|September 24, 1960
|
* iTunes/Amazon Video
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
|-
|871
|''[[Hopalong Casualty]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|October 8, 1960
|
* VHS - Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: The Scrapes of Wrath
* Laserdisc - ''Road Runner Vs. Wile E. Coyote: If At First You Don'y Succeed...''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* First Looney Tunes cartoon to feature the "A Vitagraph Release" byline.
 
|-
|872
|''[[Trip for Tat]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Tom Ray
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Tweety]], [[Granny (Looney Tunes)|Granny]]
|October 29, 1960
|
* Laserdisc - ''[[Longitude and Looneytude: Globe Trotting Looney Tunes Favorites]]''
|
|-
|873
|''[[Dog Gone People]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Tom Ray
|[[Elmer Fudd]], Rupert the Dog, E.J. Crabtree
|November 12, 1960
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Porky & Friends: Hilarious Ham]]''
|
* First short with [[Hal Smith (actor)|Hal Smith]] voicing [[Elmer Fudd|Elmer]].
|-
|874
|''[[High Note (film)|High Note]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|Richard Thompson,<br />Ken Harris
|Various Musical Notes, Drunken Musical Note
|December 3, 1960
|
* VHS - ''Warner Bros. Cartoons Golden Jubilee 24 Karat Collection'': A Salute to Chuck Jones
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition'' Volume 5: Musical Masterpieces
* DVD – ''[[Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Academy Awards Animation Collection]]''
* DVD - ''[[Cash McCall]]''
* DVD - ''Looney Tunes Musical Masterpieces''
* Blu-ray, DVD – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3'', Disc 2]]
|
* [[Mel Blanc]] provides some uncredited drunken sound effects
* [[Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film]] nomination
|-
|875
|''[[Lighter Than Hare]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Virgil Ross,<br />Art Davis,<br />Gerry Chiniquy
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Yosemite Sam]]
|December 17, 1960
|
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'', Volume 13
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Classic Collection'' (WHSmith Exclusive Video) (United Kingdom only)
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Bugs Bunny: Hare Extraordinaire]]''
|
|}
 
==== 1961Limited releases ====
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|-
! scope="col" style="width: 5px;" | #
! scope="col" style="width: 150px;" | Title
! scope="col" style="width: 50px;" | Series
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Director
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Animator
! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Characters
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Identification Number
! scope="col" style="width: 125px;" | Release date
! scope="col" style="width: 400px100px;" | AvailabilityRelease location
! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Film shown with
! scope="col" style="width: 250px;" |DVD & Blu-ray availability
!Notes
|-
|{{nowrap|''[[Another Froggy Evening]]''}}
|876
| rowspan="2" |Chuck Jones
|''[[Cannery Woe]]''
|[[Marvin the Martian|Marvin]], [[Michigan J. Frog|Michigan]]
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
| rowspan="3" |No Number
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|October 6, 1995
|George Grandpré,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Harry Love (effects)
| rowspan="4" |Los Angeles
|[[Speedy Gonzales]], [[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], José, Manuel, Mayor Raton
| rowspan="4" |Limited release
|{{nowrap|January 7, 1961}}
|''[[Space Jam]]'' two-disc DVD,<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]: Speedy Gonzales in a Flash
|
|-
|''[[From Hare to Eternity]]''
|877
|[[Bugs Bunny|Bugs]], [[Michigan J. Frog|Michigan]] (cameo), [[Yosemite Sam|Sam]]
|''[[Zip 'N Snort]]''
|November 4, 1997
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|''[[The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie]]'',<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]'' (1998 dubbed version),<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|Last cartoon directed by Chuck Jones.
|Bob Bransford,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Richard Thompson
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. and Road Runner]]
|January 21, 1961
|
* Laserdisc - [[Stars of Space Jam|''Stars of Space Jam'' Disc 2, Side 2]]
* VHS, DVD - Stars of Space Jam: Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote
* VHS – ''Warner Bros. Cartoons Golden Jubilee 24 Karat Collection'': Road Runner Vs. Wile E. Coyote: The Classic Chase
* DVD - ''Saturday Morning Cartoons: The 1960s'': Volume 2]]
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
|-
|''[[Father of the Bird]]''
|878
|{{nowrap|Stephen Fossatti}}
|''Hoppy Daze''
|[[Sylvester (Looney Tunes)|LTSylvester]]
|November 14, 1997
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Harry Love (effects)
|[[Hippety Hopper]], [[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], Gruff Cat
|February 11, 1961
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Sylvester and Hippety Hopper: Marsupial Mayhem]]''
|
* First Sylvester cartoon since 1966
* Last cartoon to use [[Traditional animation#Traditional ink-and-paint and camera|cels]]
* Last cartoon produced by Chuck Jones and the last cartoon to have Chuck Jones involved.
* Last cartoon produced by Chuck Jones Film Productions.
 
|-
|''[[Little Go Beep]]''
|879
|Spike Brandt
|''The Mouse on 57th Street''
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. and Road Runner]]
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|255-283
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|November 6, 2000
|Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford
|''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]'',<br>[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks|Supergenius Hijinks]],<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|Little Brown Mouse, Police, Spiffany's Man, Muldoon
|2000 Worldfest Houston International Film Festival<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mynameisearlkress.com/weblog/?p=67|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20080512144025/http://www.mynameisearlkress.com/weblog/?p=67|url-status=dead|archive-date=12 May 2008|title=My Name Is Earl Kress Blog|date=12 May 2008}}</ref>
|February 25, 1961
 
|
*N/A
|
|-
|880}
 
|''[[Strangled Eggs]]''
=== Originally planned for theatrical release ===
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
==== Premiered on Television ====
|[[Robert McKimson]]
{|class="wikitable sortable"
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Tom Ray
|[[Foghorn Leghorn]], [[Henery Hawk]], [[Miss Prissy (Looney Tunes)|Miss Prissy]]
|March 18, 1961
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Foghorn Leghorn & Friends: Barnyard Bigmouth]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
|-
!Title
|881
!Director
|''[[Birds of a Father]]''
!Characters
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
!Identification Number
|[[Robert McKimson]]
!Release date
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré
!Release location
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Sylvester Jr.|Sylvester Junior]], [[Spike the Bird]]
!Film shown with
|April 1, 1961
!DVD & Blu-ray availability
|
!Notes
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'', Volume 1
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Sylvester and Hippety Hopper: Marsupial Mayhem]]''
|
|-
|''[[Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24½th Century]]''
|882
|Chuck Jones
|''[[D' Fightin' Ones]]''
|Daffy, [[Gossamer (Looney Tunes)|Gossamer]], Marvin, Porky
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|No Number
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|November 20, 1980
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Art Davis,<br />Virgil Ross
| rowspan="4" |On Television or Home Media
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], Bulldog
| rowspan="4" |N/A
|April 22, 1961
|''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]'',<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]'',<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'' (special feature)
|
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Planned for theatrical release, then changed into a TV format cartoon, edited into the NBC-TV special ''Daffy Duck's Thanks-for-Giving Special''
* Re-branded as a ''Merrie Melodies'' short
|-
|''[[Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers]]''
|883
| rowspan="2" |Greg Ford,<br>Terry Lennon
|''[[The Abominable Snow Rabbit]]''
|Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Sam, Porky ("Porky drum" ending)
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|255-178
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|August 25, 1992
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
 
|Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray
|''[[Space Jam]]'' two-disc DVD (edited),<br>''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'' (uncut version),<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection (uncut version)
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Daffy Duck]], [[Hugo the Abominable Snowman]]
|May 20, 1961
|
* Planned for theatrical release
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Presents'': Bugs Bunny: Big Top Bunny
* Edited into the television special ''Bugs Bunny's Creature Features''
* Laserdisc - ''Looney Tunes: After Dark: Ghoul, Ghost and Goblin Cartoon Classics''
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5'', Disc 1]]: Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck
* DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection]]'': Volume 5, Disc 1: Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Final cartoon to be produced by [[John W. Burton (film producer)|John Burton, Sr.]]
* Edited into ''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]'' in 1988
|-
|''[[(Blooper) Bunny]]''
|884
|Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Sam
|''[[Lickety-Splat]]''
|255-???
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|June 13, 1997
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1|LTGC Volume 1, Disc 1 (special feature)]]
Co-Director: [[Abe Levitow]]
|Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Harry Love (effects)
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|June 3, 1961
|
* VHS – ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'' Volume 6
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Planned for theatrical release, first shown on [[Cartoon Network]]
* First cartoon to be produced solely by [[David H. DePatie]].
* Final cartoon that the Greg Ford/Terry Lennon team worked on.
* Produced in 1991
|-
|885
|''[[A Scent of the Matterhorn]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Chuck Jones]] (credited as [[Chuck Jones|M. Charl Jones]])
|Tom Ray (credited as M. Tomme Rae),<br />Ken Harris (credited as M. Cannes Harris),<br />Richard Thompson (credited as M. Dicque Thompson),<br />Bob Bransford (credited as M. Robaire Bransford),<br />Harry Love (credited as M. Harré Amour) (effects)
|[[Pepé Le Pew]], [[Penelope Pussycat]]
|June 24, 1961
|
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'' Volume 6
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition'' Volume 15: A Battle of Wits
* Laserdisc - ''Longitude and Looneytude: Globetrotting Looney Tunes Favorites''
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Pepe Le Pew: Zee Best of Zee Best]]''
|
* Screen credits appear as French corruptions of actual names.
|-
|886
|''[[The Rebel Without Claws]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Art Davis,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Art Leonardi (assistant animation)
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Tweety]]
|July 15, 1961
|
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes Presents'': [[Tweety: Tweet and Lovely]]
* DVD - ''I Love Tweety'' Vol. 3 (Japanese release - Restored and in English)
|
|-
|887
|''[[Compressed Hare]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Harry Love (effects)
|[[Bugs Bunny|Bugs]], [[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner#Wile E. Coyote|Wile E. Coyote]]
|July 29, 1961
|
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes: The Collector's Edition'' - Volume 11 - Wabbit Tales
|
|-
|888
|''[[The Pied Piper of Guadalupe]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
Co-Director: [[Hawley Pratt]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Virgil Ross
|[[Speedy Gonzales]], [[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]]
|August 19, 1961
|
* VHS - ''Warner Bros. Cartoons Golden Jubilee 24 Karat Collection'': Speedy Gonzales' Fast Funnies
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition'' Volume 13: Comic Cat-Tastrophies
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]: Speedy Gonzales in a Flash
* DVD - ''[[Gypsy (1962 film)|Gypsy]]''
* Blu-ray, DVD – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3'', Disc 2]]
|
* [[Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film]] nomination
* Edited into ''[[Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales]]'' in 1982
|-
|889
|''[[Prince Violent]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
Co-Director: [[Hawley Pratt]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Art Davis,<br />Bob Matz
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Yosemite Sam]]
|September 2, 1961
|
*N/A
|
* Retitled ''Prince Varmint'' for television distribution.
|-
|890
|''[[Daffy's Inn Trouble]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré
|[[Daffy Duck]], [[Porky Pig]]
|September 23, 1961
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Daffy Duck: Frustrated Fowl]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
|-
|891
|''[[What's My Lion?]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Keith Darling
|[[Elmer Fudd]], Rocky the Mountain Lion
|October 21, 1961
|
* iTunes/Amazon Video
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
|-
|892
|''[[Beep Prepared]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Harry Love (Effects)
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|November 11, 1961
|
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'' Vol. 16
* Laserdisc, VHS, the latter being Europe only - ''Bugs and Friends - Bugs and Road Runner: Runaway Rabbit''
* DVD - ''[[Splendor in the Grass]]''
* Blu-ray, DVD – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3'', Disc 2]]
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* [[Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film]] nomination
|-
|893
|''The Last Hungry Cat''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
Co-Director: [[Hawley Pratt]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Lee Halpern
|Tweety, Sylvester
|December 2, 1961
|
* VHS - ''[[Fanny (musical)|Fanny]]'' (as part of ''Warner A Night at the Movies'')
* VHS - ''Warner Bros. Cartoons Golden Jubilee 24 Karat Collection'': Sylvester and Tweety's Crazy Capers
* DVD - ''I Love Tweety'' Volume 1
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3'', Disc 2]]: Hollywood Caricatures and Parodies
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Tweety & Sylvester: Feline Fwenzy]]''
|
|-
|894
|''[[Nelly's Folly]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Directors:Abe Levitow<br>Maurice Noble
|Ken Harris,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Ben Washam
|Nelly the Giraffe
|December 30, 1961
|
* DVD - ''[[Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Academy Awards Animation Collection]]'' Disc 3
* DVD - ''[[Sex and the Single Girl (film)|Sex and the Single Girl]]''
* DVD - ''Looney Tunes Musical Masterpieces''
* Blu-ray, DVD – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3'', Disc 2]]
|
* [[Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film]] nomination
*This did not end with the familiar "That's all Folks" title card, but rather, with a slide that read: "Merrie Melodies: A Warner Bros. Cartoon. A Vitaphone Release". These words appeared in purple, green, and blue, respectively, against a black background.
|}
 
==== Premiered on Home Video ====
== 1962 ==
All cartoons were produced by [[Sander Schwartz]] and [[Larry Doyle (writer)|Larry Doyle]], and produced in widescreen (but cropped to fullscreen), with the expectation of Daffy Duck for President, which as produced by Spike Brandt. There were several shorts planned and storyboarded in 2004 but all of them were canceled due to the box-office failure of ''Looney Tunes: Back in Action''.{{citation needed|date=December 2010}}
 
{{see also|Warner Bros. Animation shorts planned for theatrical release (2003)}}
 
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! scope="col" style="width: 50px;" | Series
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! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Characters
!Film shown with
! scope="col" style="width: 125px;" | Release date
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! scope="col" style="width: 400px;" | Availability
!Notes
|-
|''[[The Whizzard of Ow]]''
|895
|''[[WetBret HareHaaland]]''
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
| rowspan="7" |No Number
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|November 1, 2003
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Keith Darling,<br />George Grandpré
| rowspan="7" |On Home Media
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Blacque Jacque Shellacque]]
| rowspan="7" |N/A
|{{nowrap|January 20, 1962}}
|''[[Looney Tunes: Back in Action]]'',<br />[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks|Supergenius Hijinks]]
|
|Premiered at [[Wal-Mart]] stores.
*HBO Max (restored)
|
|-
|''Museum Scream''
|896
|{{nowrap|Dan Povenmire}}
|''[[A Sheep in the Deep]]''
|Sylvester, Tweety, Granny
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
| rowspan="5" |{{nowrap|March 31, 2004}}
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|''Looney Tunes: Back in Action'' (Blu-ray and Australian DVD edition),<br />[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
| rowspan="3" |
|Bob Bransford,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Richard Thompson
|[[Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog]]
|February 10, 1962
|
* Laserdisc – ''Looney Tunes: Assorted Nuts: Memorable Supporting Players and Cult Classics From the Looney Tunes Vault''
* Streaming - Boomerang
*HBO Max (restored)
|
* Edited into ''[[Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales]]'' in 1982, but removed for future releases
* Last cartoon featuring Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf to be directed by Chuck Jones.
|-
|''[[Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas]]''
|897
|[[Bill Kopp]],<br>[[Peter Shin]]
|''Fish and Slips''
|Bugs, Sam, Wile E. Coyote (cameo), Road Runner (cameo)
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|''Looney Tunes: Back in Action'' (Blu-ray and Australian DVD edition),<br />''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'',<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Sylvester Jr.|Sylvester Junior]]
|March 10, 1962
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Sylvester and Hippety Hopper: Marsupial Mayhem]]'' (restored)
|
|-
|''Attack of the Drones''
|898
|''[[QuackodileRich TearsMoore]]''
|Daffy (as Duck Dodgers),<br />Dr. Zoidberg from ''[[Futurama]]'' (cameo),<br />The Great Gazoo from ''[[The Flintstones]]'' (cameo)
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|''Looney Tunes: Back in Action'' (Blu-ray and Australian DVD edition),<br />''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]''
|[[Arthur Davis (animator)|Art Davis]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Art Leonardi
|[[Daffy Duck]], Honeybunch
|March 31, 1962
|
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes Video Show'' Volume 2
* Streaming - Boomerang App
*HBO Max (restored)
|
|-
|''Cock-A-Doodle Duel''
|899
|Peter Shin
|''Crows' Feat''
|Foghorn Leghorn
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
| rowspan="2" |''Looney Tunes: Back in Action'' (Blu-ray and Australian DVD edition)
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Only cartoon to feature a country music version of the ending theme and after the "That's all Folks!" script writes itself, the ending theme was re-orchestrated.
Co-Director: [[Hawley Pratt]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Virgil Ross
|[[Elmer Fudd]] (silent), Jose & Manuel
|April 21, 1962
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Foghorn Leghorn & Friends: Barnyard Bigmouth]]''
|
|-
|''My Generation G-G-Gap''
|900
|Dan Povenmire
|''[[Mexican Boarders]]''
|Porky
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|Only cartoon to feature a rock and roll version of the ending theme and after the "That's all Folks!" script writes itself, the ending theme was re-orchestrated.
|[[Friz Freleng]]
Co-Director: [[Hawley Pratt]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Lee Halpern
|[[Speedy Gonzales]], [[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], Slowpoke Rodriguez
|May 12, 1962
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]: Speedy Gonzales in a Flash
|
* Edited into ''[[Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales]]'' in 1982
|-
|''[[Daffy Duck for President]]''
|901
|Spike Brandt,<br>{{nowrap|Tony Cervone}}
|''[[Bill of Hare]]''
|Daffy, Bugs
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|November 2, 2004
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 2|LTGC Volume 2, Disc 3 (special feature)]],<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'' (special feature)
|Keith Darling,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Tasmanian Devil (Looney Tunes)|Tasmanian Devil]]
|June 9, 1962
|
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition'' Volume 4: Daffy Doodles
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Presents'': Taz's Jungle Jams
* VHS, DVD - ''Stars of Space Jam'': Tasmanian Devil
* Blu-ray, DVD – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1'', Disc 2]]
|
* Direct-to-DVD short, planned for theatrical release
* Based on the book of the same name by [[Chuck Jones]]
|-
|902
|''[[Zoom at the Top]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|June 30, 1962
|
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes: The Collector's Edition'' Volume 15: A Battle of Wits
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
|-
|903
|''[[The Slick Chick]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Keith Darling
|[[Foghorn Leghorn]]
|July 21, 1962
|
* iTunes/Amazon Video
* Streaming - Boomerang App
*HBO Max (restored)
|
*Uses the Merrie Melodies closing card with the Looney Tunes theme at the end.
|-
|904
|''[[Louvre Come Back to Me!]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Bob Bransford,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Richard Thompson
|[[Pepé Le Pew]], [[Penelope Pussycat|Felice]], [[Claude Cat|Pierre]]
|August 18, 1962
|
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'', Volume 3
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition'' Volume 14: Cartoon Superstars
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Pepe Le Pew: Zee Best of Zee Best]]''
|
* Edited into ''[[Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island]]'' in 1983
|-
|905
|''[[Honey's Money]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Art Leonardi
|[[Yosemite Sam]], Honey, The Wealthy Widow, Wentworth
|September 1, 1962
|
* VHS - ''Yosemite Sam: The Good, The Bad, and The Ornery!''
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3'', Disc 1]]
|
*Yosemite Sam's only solo cartoon.
|-
|906
|''[[The Jet Cage]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Bob Matz
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Tweety]], [[Granny (Looney Tunes)|Granny]]
|September 22, 1962
|
* Laserdisc – ''Bugs and Friends'' - Disc 1: Side 1
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes Presents'': [[Tweety: Home Tweet Home]]
* DVD – ''Saturday Morning Cartoons: The 1960s'': Volume 2 (The Road Runner Show episode)
* DVD – ''I Love Tweety'' Vol. 1 (Japanese release - Restored and in English)
*HBO Max (restored)
|
* First Warner's cartoon with music by [[William Lava]] (uncredited).
|-
|907
|''[[Mother Was a Rooster]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|George Grandpré,<br />Keith Darling,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Warren Batchelder
|[[Foghorn Leghorn]], [[Barnyard Dawg]], Ostrich
|October 20, 1962
|
* iTunes/Amazon Video
* Streaming - Boomerang App
*HBO Max (restored)
|
* Final released cartoon scored by [[Milt Franklyn]].
|-
|908
|''Good Noose''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Keith Darling,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Harry Love (effects)
|[[Daffy Duck]], [[Charles Laughton|Captain]], [[Parrot|Mr. Tristan]]
|November 10, 1962
|
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
|-
|909
|''[[Shishkabugs]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Art Leonardi
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Yosemite Sam]], [[Charles Laughton|Spoiled King]]
|December 8, 1962
|
* Streaming - Boomerang App
*HBO Max (restored)
|
|-
|910
|''[[Martian Through Georgia]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Chuck Jones]] & [[Abe Levitow]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford
|Martian
|December 29, 1962
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6'', Disc 4]]: Most Requested Assorted Nuts and One-Shots
|
* Only cartoon to be produced by both John Burton, Sr. and David H. DePatie.
|}
 
=== 1963Feature films ===
{{Main list|List of Looney Tunes feature films}}
 
== Miscellaneous Looney Tunes shorts==
=== Made-for-TV cartoons ===
{{Main list|List of Looney Tunes television specials}}
 
{|class="wikitable sortable"
|-
! scope="col" style="width: 5px;" | #
! scope="col" style="width: 150px;" | Title
! scope="col" style="width: 50px;" | Series
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Director
! scope="col" style="width: 100px150px;" | AnimatorCharacters
! scope="col" style="width: 200px100px;" | CharactersRelease date
! scope="col" style="width: 125px150px;" | ReleaseDVD date& Blu-ray availability
! scope="col" style="width: 400px;" | Availability
!Notes
|-
|''[[Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol]]''
|911
|''I Was a Teenage Thumb''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Chuck Jones]] (credited as Chuck Jones. Esq.)
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson
|George Ebenezer Thumb, Prunhilda, Ralph K. Merlin Jr., King Arthur
|{{nowrap|January 19, 1963}}
|
*N/A
|
|-
|912
|''[[Devil's Feud Cake]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Bugs, Elmer, Foghorn, Pepé, [[Petunia Pig|Petunia]], Porky, Sam, Sylvester, Tweety
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Arthur Davis (archive)
| rowspan="3" |{{nowrap|November 27, 1979}}
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Yosemite Sam]]
| rowspan="2" |[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)]]
|February 9, 1963
|rowspan="3"|
|
* Edited from the [[CBS]]-TV special ''Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales
* VHS - The Looney Tunes Video Show, Volume 18
* ''Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol'' and ''Freeze Frame'' were re-branded as ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts
|
* Compilation film. Footage reused: ''[[Hare Lift]]'', ''[[Roman Legion-Hare]]'' and ''[[Sahara Hare]]''.
|-
|''[[Freeze Frame (1979 film)|Freeze Frame]]''
|913
|{{nowrap|[[Chuck Jones]]}}
|''Fast Buck Duck''
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner]]
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
Co-Director: Ted Bonnicksen
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Keith Darling,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Harry Love (effects animation)
|[[Daffy Duck]]
|March 9, 1963
|
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Only cartoon to be co-directed by [[Ted Bonnicksen]], a member of [[Robert McKimson]]'s team.
|-
|''[[Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales|Fright Before Christmas]]''
|914
|Friz Freleng
|''[[The Million Hare]]''
|Bugs, Taz, Clyde, Speedy
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)]],<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Keith Darling,<br />Harry Love (effects animation)
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Daffy Duck]]
|April 6, 1963
|
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition'' Volume 14: Cartoon Superstars
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Bugs Bunny: Hare Extraordinaire]]''
* DVD - ''Looney Tunes: The Best of Bugs Bunny''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Uses the Merrie Melodies outro with the Looney Tunes closing theme at the end
|-
|''[[The Yolk's on You]]''
|915
|Tony Benedict<br>Gerry Chiniquy<br>Art Davis<br>Dave Detiege
|''Mexican Cat Dance''
|Daffy, Foghorn, Prissy, Sylvester
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
| rowspan="3" |April 1, 1980
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|LTGC Volume 6, Disc 1 (special feature)]],<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'' (special feature)
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Art Leonardi
|rowspan="3"|
|[[Speedy Gonzales]], [[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]]
* Edited from the [[NBC]]-TV special ''Daffy Duck's Easter Special''
|April 20, 1963
* ''The Yolk's on You'' and ''Daffy Flies North'' were re-branded as ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts
|
*N/A
|
* Contains footage from ''[[Bully for Bugs]]''.
* Similar plot to ''[[Bully for Bugs]]''.
|-
|''The Chocolate Chase''
|916
|Friz Freleng
|''[[Now Hear This (film)|Now Hear This]]''
|Daffy, [[LooneySpeedy TunesGonzales|LTSpeedy]]
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|LTGC Volume 6, Disc 1 (special feature)]],<br> 4 Classic Cartoons promotional DVD,<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'' (special feature)
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Ben Washam,<br />Bob Bransford
|
|April 27, 1963
|
* DVD - ''Crash! Bang! Boom!: The Best of WB Sound FX''
* DVD - ''[[Critic's Choice (film)|Critic's Choice]]''
* DVD - ''[[Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Academy Awards Animation Collection]]'', Disc 3
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6'', Disc 4]]: Most Requested Assorted Nuts and One-Shots
|
* [[Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film]] nomination
|-
|''[[Daffy Flies North]]''
|917
|Tony Benedict<br>Gerry Chiniquy<br>Art Davis<br>Dave Detiege
|''[[Woolen Under Where]]''
|Daffy
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|LTGC Volume 6, Disc 1 (special feature)]],<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'' (special feature)
|[[Phil Monroe]] and [[Richard Thompson (animator)|Richard Thompson]]
|Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris
|[[Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog|Sam Sheepdog, Ralph Wolf]]
|May 11, 1963
|
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes: The Collector's Edition'' Volume 15: A Battle of Wits
|
* Final appearances of [[Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog]]
|-
|''[[Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny]]''
|918
| rowspan="3" |Chuck Jones
|''[[Hare-Breadth Hurry]]''
|Bugs, Elmer, Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner (cameo)
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
| rowspan="3" |May 21, 1980
|[[Chuck Jones]]
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)]]<br>''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'' (special feature)
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|rowspan="3"|
|Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Harry Love (effects)
* Edited from the CBS-TV special ''Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over''
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner#Wile E. Coyote|Wile E. Coyote]]
* ''Soup or Sonic'' was re-branded as a ''Merrie Melodies'' short
|June 8, 1963
|
*N/A
|
|-
|''[[Spaced Out Bunny]]''
|919
|Bugs, Marvin, Hugo
|''[[Banty Raids]]''
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)]],<br>''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'' (special feature)<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|George Grandpré,<br />Keith Darling,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Warren Batchelder
|[[Foghorn Leghorn]], [[Barnyard Dawg]]
|June 29, 1963
|
* VHS - ''[[PT 109 (film)|PT 109]]'' (''Warner Night at the Movies'', tape 1)
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Foghorn Leghorn & Friends: Barnyard Bigmouth]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Edited into ''[[Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island]]'' in 1983.
* Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring [[Foghorn Leghorn]] & [[Barnyard Dawg]].
|-
|''[[Soup or Sonic]]''
|920
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|''[[Chili Weather]]''
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)]]<br>''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'' (special feature)
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Virgil Ross
|[[Speedy Gonzales]], [[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]]
|August 17, 1963
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]: Speedy Gonzales in a Flash
|
* The closing title card was the Looney Tunes card, though the Merrie Melodies theme was still played.
|-
|''Daffy & Porky in the William Tell Overture''
|921
|''[[TheDan UnmentionablesHaskett]]''
|Daffy, Porky
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|2006
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|LTGC Volume 4, Disc 2 (special feature)]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Lee Halpern
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Rocky and Mugsy]]
|September 7, 1963
|
* Edited from the 1991 television special ''Bugs Bunny's Overtures to Disaster''
* Laserdisk – ''Bugs and Friends'' - Disc 2: Side 1
* Branded as a ''Merrie Melodies'' short on the end card
|
* Edited into ''[[The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie]]'' in 1981
* Final Friz Freleng-directed Bugs Bunny cartoon
* Final appearances of [[Rocky and Mugsy]]
|-
|922
|''[[Aqua Duck]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Keith Darling,<br />George Grandpré
|[[Daffy Duck]], Pack-rat
|September 28, 1963
|
*N/A
|
* Beginning clips used in ''[[Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales]]'' in 1982
|-
|923
|''[[Mad as a Mars Hare]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Bob Bransford,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Harry Love (effects)
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Marvin the Martian]]
|October 19, 1963
|
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Presents'': Marvin the Martian: 50 Years on Earth
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Presents'': Marvin the Martian: Space Tunes (reissued version)
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition'', Vol. 11: Wabbit Tales
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Bugs Bunny: Hare Extraordinaire]]''
* Blu-ray, DVD – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1'', Disc 2]]
|
|-
|924
|''[[Claws in the Lease]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Sylvester Jr.|Sylvester Junior]]
|November 9, 1963
|
* DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Sylvester and Hippety Hopper: Marsupial Mayhem]]''
|
|-
|925
|''[[Transylvania 6-5000 (1963 film)|Transylvania 6-5000]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Count Blood Count|Count Bloodcount]]
|November 30, 1963
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5'', Disc 1]]: Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection]]'': Volume 5, Disc 1: Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck
|
* Edited into ''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]'' in 1988
* Last Chuck Jones theatrical cartoon release to feature Bugs Bunny.
|-
|926
|''[[To Beep or Not to Beep]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Harry Love (effects)
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|December 28, 1963
|
* VHS - ''Warner Bros. Cartoons Golden Jubilee 24 Karat Collection'': Road Runner vs. Wile E. Coyote: The Classic Chase
* DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 2]]'', Disc 2: : Road Runner and Friends (special feature, part of ''The Adventures of the Road-Runner'')
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3'', Disc 4]]: All-Stars Cartoon Party
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Contains footage from ''[[Adventures of the Road Runner]]'' with new music soundtrack by [[William Lava]].
|}
 
=== 1964Other shorts ===
In addition to the shorts listed below is the 1994 short ''I'm Mad'', shown with the film ''[[Thumbelina (1994 film)|Thumbelina]]'', considered more a part of the ''[[Animaniacs]]'' TV series. <!---MIA the Drug prevention films of 1960s for lockhead--->
 
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|''[[Marvin the Martian in the Third Dimension]]''
|927
|{{nowrap|Douglas McCarthy}}
|''[[Dumb Patrol]]''
|Daffy, Marvin, K-9
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|{{nowrap|October 23, 1996}}
|[[Gerry Chiniquy]]
|''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Art Leonardi
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Porky Pig]], [[Yosemite Sam]]
|{{nowrap|January 18, 1964}}
|
*[[Theme park]] attraction at [[Warner Bros. Movie World]]
*Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring Yosemite Sam.
|-
|928
|''[[A Message to Gracias]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|George Grandpré,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />Keith Darling,<br />Harry Love (effects animation)
|[[Speedy Gonzales]], [[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], El Supremo, General Gracias, Manuel, Mice
|February 8, 1964
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]: Speedy Gonzales in a Flash
|
|-
|929
|''[[Bartholomew Versus the Wheel]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré
|Narrator, Boy, Bartholomew, Cat, Arabians, Arabian Dog
|February 29, 1964
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6'', Disc 4: : Most Requested Assorted Nuts and One-Shots (special feature, Bonus cartoons)]]
* DVD – 4 Classic Cartoons promotional DVD
|
*Uses the mid-1960s Abstract WB opening and closing credits
|-
|930
|''[[Freudy Cat]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré
|[[Hippety Hopper]], [[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Sylvester Jr.|Sylvester Junior]], Dr. Freud E. Katt, Psykiatrist
|March 14, 1964
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Sylvester and Hippety Hopper: Marsupial Mayhem]]''
|
|-
|931
|''[[Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré
|[[Bugs Bunny|Bugs]], [[Tasmanian Devil (Looney Tunes)|Tasmanian Devil]]
|March 28, 1964
|
* VHS - ''Bugs Bunny: Truth or Hare''
* VHS, DVD - ''Stars of Space Jam'': Tasmanian Devil
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Presents'': Taz's Jungle Jams
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Bugs Bunny: Hare Extraordinaire]]''
* Blu-ray, DVD – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1'', Disc 2]]
|
|-
|932
|''[[Nuts and Volts (film)|Nuts and Volts]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Lee Halpern
|Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester
|April 25, 1964
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]: Speedy Gonzales in a Flash
|
*Uses the Merrie Melodies ending title cards with the Looney Tunes closing theme
|-
|933
|''[[The Iceman Ducketh]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|Phil Monroe
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Alex Ignatiev,<br />Harry Love (effects animation)
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Daffy Duck]]
|May 16, 1964
|
* VHS - ''Christmas Looney Tunes'' (UK)
* Laserdisc - ''Bugs and Friends''
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Daffy Duck: Frustrated Fowl]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
|-
|934
|''[[War and Pieces]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Chuck Jones]]
Co-Director: [[Maurice Noble]]
|Ken Harris,<br />Richard Thompson,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Tom Ray
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|June 6, 1964
|
* DVD - ''[[Inside Daisy Clover]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* The final cartoon featuring the duo to be directed by [[Chuck Jones]], and the last Chuck Jones-directed Warner Bros. cartoon until the 1970s.
|-
|935
|''[[Hawaiian Aye Aye]]''
|[[Merrie Melodies|MM]]
|[[Gerry Chiniquy]]
|Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Lee Halpern
|[[Sylvester the Cat|Sylvester]], [[Tweety]], [[Granny (Looney Tunes)|Granny]], Sharkey
|June 27, 1964
|
* VHS - ''Looney Tunes Presents'': [[Tweety: Tweet and Lovely]]
* DVD - ''I Love Tweety'' Vol. 3 (Japanese release - Restored and in English)
|
*Last non-Bugs Bunny cartoon to be produced by the original Warner Bros. studio
*The only Tweety cartoon to be directed by Gerry Chiniquy
|-
|936
|''[[False Hare]]''
|[[Looney Tunes|LT]]
|[[Robert McKimson]]
|Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Ted Bonnicksen
|[[Bugs Bunny]], [[Foghorn Leghorn]], Big Bad Wolf, Nephew Wolf
|July 16, 1964
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Bugs Bunny: Hare Extraordinaire]]''
|
* Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny.
* Last cartoon completed by the original Warner Bros. Cartoons studio
|-
|937
|''[[Señorella and the Glass Huarache]]''
|LT
|[[Hawley Pratt]]
|Gerry Chiniquy,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Harry Love (effects)
|Señorella
|August 1, 1964
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5'', Disc 2]]: Fun-Filled Fairy Tales
|
* Final cartoon to be produced solely by David H. DePatie.
* Final cartoon produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons.
|-
|938
|''Pancho's Hideaway''
|LT
|Friz Freleng
Co-Director: Hawley Pratt
|Bob Matz,<br />Norm McCabe,<br />Don Williams
|Speedy Gonzales, Pancho Vanilla
|October 24, 1964
|
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'' Vol. 1 (French version only)
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]
|
* First cartoon produced by [[DePatie–Freleng Enterprises]].
|-
|939
|''[[Road to Andalay]]''
|MM
|Friz Freleng
Co-Director: Hawley Pratt
|Norm McCabe,<br />Don Williams,<br />Bob Matz
|Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester, Malcolm Falcom
|December 26, 1964
|
*N/A
|
|}
 
=== 1965Web shorts ===
<!--This section requires research to determine when each short first appeared online. They bear no copyright info. Some titles have been released on DVD, as shown below.-->
* All cartoons except ''[[Cats and Bruises]]'' star either Daffy or Wile E. and Road Runner.
 
* All cartoons directed by Rudy Larriva are produced by Format Productions.
The following shorts were released onto the web around 2001-2005. However, there is little information about who made them or who voiced the characters. Two collections were released on DVD in 2003, ''Stranger than Fiction'' and ''Reality Check'' (parodies of films and TV shows).
 
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| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: Sufferin' Sasquatch]]''
|N/A
| rowspan="14" | 2001
|''Zip Zip Hooray!''
| rowspan="7" | ''Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction''
|LT
| rowspan="7" |N/A
|Chuck Jones (uncredited)
| rowspan="7" |N/A
Co-director: Maurice Noble (uncredited)
|Ken Harris,<br />Dick Thompson,<br />Ben Washam,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Bob Bransford
|Ralph Phillips, [[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|{{nowrap|January 1, 1965}}
|
*DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 2]]'', Disc 2: : Road Runner and Friends (special feature, part of ''Adventures of the Road-Runner'')
*Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Contains re-edited and reused footage from ''[[Adventures of the Road Runner]]'' but no new animation.
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: Who Wants to Be a Martian-aire?]]''
|940
|''[[It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House]]''
|LT
|Friz Freleng
Co-Director: Hawley Pratt
|Don Williams,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norm McCabe
|Daffy Duck, Granny, Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester
|January 16, 1965
|
* DVD/Blu-ray – ''[[Looney Tunes Mouse Chronicles: The Chuck Jones Collection]]'' Disc II, starting Hubie and Bertie (special feature, More Mice)
|
* First cartoon to co-star Daffy & Speedy.
* Daffy and Granny's final cartoon directed by Friz Freleng
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: Loch Ness Mess]]''
|941
|''[[Cats and Bruises]]''
|MM
|Friz Freleng
Co-Director: Hawley Pratt
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Lee Halpern,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norm McCabe,<br />Manny Perez,<br />Don Williams
|Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester
|January 30, 1965
|
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes Video Show'' Volume 2
|
* Contains Reused animation from ''[[Here Today, Gone Tamale]]'', ''[[The Pied Piper of Guadalupe]]'', ''Dog Pounded'', ''A Pizza Tweety-Pie'' and ''[[Canary Row]]''.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.bcdb.com/cartoon-info/4436-Cats-And-Bruises|title=Cats And Bruises (DePatie-Freleng Enterprises)|first=The Big Cartoon|last=DataBase}}</ref>
* Last Sylvester/Speedy cartoon to have both characters speak.
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: Cropsy Curvy]]''
|N/A
|''[[Road Runner a Go-Go]]''
|MM
|Chuck Jones (uncredited)
Co-director: Maurice Noble (uncredited)
|Ken Harris,<br />Dick Thompson,<br />Ben Washam,<br />Tom Ray,<br />Brad Bransford
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|February 1, 1965
|
*N/A
|
* Contains re-edited and reused footage from ''[[Adventures of the Road Runner]]'' but no new animation.
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: The Bermuda Short]]''
|942
|''[[The Wild Chase]]''
|MM
|Friz Freleng
Co-Director: Hawley Pratt
|Norm McCabe,<br />Don Williams,<br />Manny Perez,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />LaVerne Harding
|Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester, [[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|February 27, 1965
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]: Speedy Gonzales in a Flash
* DVD - ''Saturday Morning Cartoons: 1960s'' Volume 2, Disc 2 (part of The Road Runner Show)
|
* Contains animation from ''[[Zoom and Bored]]'', ''[[Wild About Hurry]]'' and ''[[Hopalong Casualty]]''
* Only Speedy cartoon to also feature Road Runner.
* Final cartoon in the Depatie-Freleng era to be directed by Friz Freleng.
* Only pairing of Sylvester and Wile E. Coyote.
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: The Taming of the Screwball]]''
|943
|''Moby Duck''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Don Williams,<br />Manny Perez,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />Bob Matz,<br />LaVerne Harding,<br />Norm McCabe
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Robinson Crusoe, Sylvester
|March 27, 1965
|
*N/A
|Essentially a remake of ''[[Canned Feud]]'' and ''[[Rabbitson Crusoe]]'' with Daffy and Speedy.
*First Daffy and Speedy cartoon directed by Robert McKimson.
*Final cartoon to pair Speedy and Sylvester.
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: ¡El Chupacabra!]]''
|944
|''[[Assault and Peppered]]''
|MM
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norm McCabe,<br />Manny Perez,<br />Don Williams
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|April 24, 1965
|
* Laserdisc - ''Bugs and Friends'': Disc 2 - Side 2
|
|-
| ''[[Junkyard Run: Part 1]]''
|945
| rowspan="13" | ''Looney Tunes: Reality Check''
|''[[Well Worn Daffy]]''
| rowspan="3" |N/A
|LT
| rowspan="3" | ''[[The Cannonball Run (film)|The Cannonball Run]]'' parody
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norm McCabe,<br />Manny Perez,<br />Don Williams
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Pedro, Jose, Camel
|May 22, 1965
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Junkyard Run: Part 2]]''
|946
|''[[Suppressed Duck]]''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Manny Perez
|Daffy Duck
|June 18, 1965
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Daffy Duck: Frustrated Fowl]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
|-
| ''[[Junkyard Run: Part 3]]''
|947
|''[[Corn on the Cop]]''
|MM
|[[Irv Spector]]
|Manny Perez,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />Bob Matz
|Daffy Duck, Granny, Porky Pig
|July 24, 1965
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Porky & Friends: Hilarious Ham]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
*The only cartoon directed by Irv Spector
|-
| ''[[Survival of the Dimmest]]''
|948
| rowspan="10" |N/A
|''[[Rushing Roulette]]''
| rowspan="10" | ''Toon Marooned'' (''[[Survivor (TV series)|Survivor]]'' parody)
|MM
|Robert McKimson
|Bob Matz,<br />Manny Perez,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />Norm McCabe,<br />Don Williams
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|July 31, 1965
|
* Streaming - Boomerang App
* First Road Runner cartoon directed by Robert McKimson
|
|-
| ''[[Beach, Blanket, Bang-O]]''
|949
|''[[Run, Run, Sweet Road Runner]]''
|MM
|[[Rudy Larriva]]
|Hank Smith,<br />Tom McDonald
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|August 21, 1965
|
* Laserdisc - ''Bugs and Friends'': Bugs and Road Runner: Runaway Rabbit
|
* First cartoon produced by [[Format Films|Format Productions]]
|-
| ''[[Helter Shelter (Looney Tunes)|Helter Shelter]]''
|950
|''[[Tease for Two]]''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Manny Perez
|Daffy Duck, The Goofy Gophers
|August 28, 1965
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Finder's Eaters]]''
|951
|''Tired and Feathered''
|LT
|Rudy Larriva
|Hank Smith,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Bransford
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|September 18, 1965
|
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|-
| ''[[Sandcastle Hassle]]''
|952
| July 31, 2001
|''Boulder Wham!''
|MM
|Rudy Larriva
|Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Hank Smith
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|October 9, 1965
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|-
| ''[[I've Misplaced My Piano!]]''
|953
| August 7, 2001
|''Chili Corn Corny''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Manny Perez
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Loco Crow
|October 23, 1965
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Speared, Seared and Feared]]''
|954
| August 14, 2001
|''Just Plane Beep''
|MM
|Rudy Larriva
|Bob Bransford,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Hank Smith
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|October 30, 1965
|
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|-
| ''[[Oh My Darlin' Serpentine]]''
|955
| August 21, 2001
|''Hairied and Hurried''
|MM
|Rudy Larriva
|Bob Bransford,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Hank Smith
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|November 13, 1965
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|-
| ''[[Obstacles, of Course]]''
|956
| August 28, 2001
|''[[Go Go Amigo]]''
|MM
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Manny Perez
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|November 20, 1965
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Fowl Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain]]''
|957
| September 4, 2001
|''Highway Runnery''
|LT
|Rudy Larriva
|Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Hank Smith
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|December 11, 1965
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|-
| ''[[Judge Granny: Case 1: Tweety vs. Sylvester]]''
|958
| rowspan="3" | Fall 2001
|''[[Chaser on the Rocks]]''
| rowspan="3" | ''Looney Tunes: Reality Check''
|MM
| June Foray as Granny, Joe Alaskey as Sylvester and Tweety
|Rudy Larriva
| rowspan="3" | ''[[Judge Judy]]'' parody
|Hank Smith,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Bransford
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|December 25, 1965
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|}
 
== 1966 ==
* All Daffy and Speedy cartoons are directed by Robert McKimson.
* All Wile E. and Road Runner cartoons are directed by Rudy Larriva except ''[[Sugar and Spies]]'', which is directed by [[Robert McKimson]].
{|class="wikitable sortable"
|-
| ''[[Judge Granny: Case 2: Coyote vs. Roadrunner]]''
! scope="col" style="width: 5px;" | #
| June Foray as Granny, Joe Alaskey as Wile E. Coyote, Greg Burson as Foghorn Loghorn, Paul Julian as Road Runner (uncredited)
! scope="col" style="width: 150px;" | Title
! scope="col" style="width: 50px;" | Series
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Director
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Animator
! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Characters
! scope="col" style="width: 125px;" | Release date
! scope="col" style="width: 400px;" | Availability
!Notes
|-
| ''[[Judge Granny: Case 3: Fudd vs. Duck]]''
|959
| June Foray as Granny, Joe Alaskey as Daffy Duck, Billy West as Elmer Fudd
|''[[The Astroduck]]''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norm McCabe,<br />Manny Perez,<br />Don Williams
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Realtor
|{{nowrap|January 1, 1966}}
|
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes Video Show'' Volume 4
|
|-
| ''[[The Matwix]]''
|960
| September 2001
|''Shot and Bothered''
|LTN/A
| Billy West as Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd and the Top Salesman
|Rudy Larriva
| ''[[The Matrix]]'' parody
|Bob Bransford,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Hank Smith
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|January 8, 1966
|
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'' Vol. 1 (French version only)
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|-
| ''[[Planet of the Taz]]''
|961
| rowspan="3" | 2001
|''Out and Out Rout''
| rowspan="3" | ''Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction''
|MM
| rowspan="3" |N/A
|Rudy Larriva
| rowspan="3" | ''[[Planet of the Apes (1968 film)|Planet of the Apes]]'' parody
|Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Hank Smith
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|January 29, 1966
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|-
| ''[[Beneath the Planet of the Taz]]''
|962
|''[[Mucho Locos]]''
|MM
|Robert McKimson<br>Chuck Jones (''Robin Hood Daffy'' and ''Deduce, You Say'' sequences)<br>Friz Freleng (''Mexicali Shmoes'' sequence)
|
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Porky Pig, Jose
|February 5, 1966
|
*N/A
|
* Compilation film. Footage reused: ''[[Robin Hood Daffy]]'', ''[[Tortilla Flaps]]'', ''[[Deduce, You Say]]'', ''[[Mexicali Shmoes]]'' and ''[[China Jones]]'' with new animation and soundtracks.
* Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring [[Porky Pig]].
|-
| ''[[Enough With the Planet of the Taz]]''
|963
|''[[The Solid Tin Coyote]]''
|LT
|Rudy Larriva
|Hank Smith,<br />Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Bransford
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|February 19, 1966
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|-
| ''[[Tech Suppork]]''
|964
| rowspan="9" | 2002
|''[[Mexican Mousepiece]]''
| rowspan="6" | ''Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction''
|MM
| rowspan="6" |N/A
|Robert McKimson
| rowspan="2" |N/A
|George Grandpré,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Manuel Perez
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|February 26, 1966
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''Satellite Sam''
|965
|''[[Clippety Clobbered]]''
|LT
|Rudy Larriva
|Bob Bransford,<br />Hank Smith,<br />Virgil Ross
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner]]
|March 12, 1966
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Produced by Format Productions
* Final Road Runner cartoon directed by Rudy Larriva
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Gone in 30 Minutes]]''
|966
| rowspan="4" | ''The Royal Mallard'' series
|''[[Daffy Rents]]''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|George Grandpré,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norman McCabe,<br />Manuel Perez
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Dr. Ben Crazy, Herman the Robot
|March 26, 1966
|
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes Video Show'' Volume 6
|
* Only cartoon to be scored by [[Irving Gertz]]
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Window Pains]]''
|967
|''[[A-Haunting We Will Go (1966 film)|A-Haunting We Will Go]]''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Manny Perez,<br />Norm McCabe (unc.),<br />Don Towsley (unc.)
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Witch Hazel
|Apr 16, 1966
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4'', Disc 3]]: Speedy Gonzales in a Flash
* DVD – ''4 Classic Cartoons'' promotional DVD
* Blu-ray – [[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1|''Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1'', Disc 2]]
* Digital – ''Looney Tunes: Daffy Duck'' (paired with ''[[A Pest in the House]]'')
|
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Daffy's Meet Market]]''
|968
|''[[Snow Excuse]]''
|MM
|Robert McKimson
|George Grandpré,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norman McCabe,<br />Manuel Perez,<br />Don Williams
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|May 21, 1966
|
* VHS - ''Christmas Looney Tunes'' (UK)
* DVD – ''4 Classic Cartoons'' promotional DVD
|
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Cube Wars]]''
|969
|''A Squeak in the Deep''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norman McCabe,<br />Manuel Perez
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|July 19, 1966
|
*N/A
|
* First cartoon scored by [[Walter Greene]]
|-
| ''[[Sports Blab#1]]''
|970
| rowspan="2" | ''Looney Tunes: Reality Check''
|''[[Feather Finger]]''
| rowspan="4" |N/A
|MM
| rowspan="4" |N/A
|Robert McKimson
|Manny Perez,<br />Norm McCabe,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Don Williams
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Mayor Phur E. Katt
|August 20, 1966
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Sports Blab#2]]''
|971
|''Swing Ding Amigo''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Manny Perez
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|September 17, 1966
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[The Island of Dr. Moron]]''
|972
| rowspan="3" | ''Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction''
|''[[Sugar and Spies]]''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Bob Matz,<br />Manny Perez,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />Dale Case,<br />Ted Bonnicksen
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. and Road Runner]]
|November 5, 1966
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* Streaming - Boomerang App
|
* Final classic-era WB cartoon featuring Wile E. and the Road Runner
|-
| ''[[Twick or Tweety]]''
|973
| October 2002
|''[[A Taste of Catnip]]''
|MM
|Robert McKimson
|Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />George Grandpré,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norman McCabe,<br />Manuel Perez
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester, Butch
|December 3, 1966
|
*N/A
|
* Final classic-era WB cartoon featuring [[Sylvester Cat|Sylvester]].
|}
 
== 1967 ==
* In 1967, [[Seven Arts Productions|Seven Arts]], which had just acquired Warner Bros., brought cartoon production in-house, with [[William L. Hendricks]] as producer and [[Alex Lovy]] as director.
* All cartoons, except for ''Cool Cat'' and ''Merlin the Magic Mouse'', co-star Daffy and Speedy.
* All cartoons produced by Format Productions are directed by Rudy Larriva.
* DFE cartoons are directed by Robert McKimson.
* All cartoons after the fourth one this year are directed by Alex Lovy at Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Animation.
{|class="wikitable sortable"
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Hogs & Kisses]]''
! scope="col" style="width: 5px;" | #
| rowspan="4" | 2003
! scope="col" style="width: 150px;" | Title
|N/A
! scope="col" style="width: 50px;" | Series
| ''The Royal Mallard'' series
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Director
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Animator
! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Characters
! scope="col" style="width: 125px;" | Release date
! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Availability
!Notes
|-
| ''[[Tear Factor]]''
|974
| rowspan="3" |''Looney Tunes: Reality Check''
|''[[Daffy's Diner]]''
| rowspan="1" |N/A
|MM
| ''[[Fear Factor]]'' parody
|Robert McKimson
|Manny Perez,<br />Warren Batchelder,<br />Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Art Leonardi,<br />Don Williams,<br />Bob Matz,<br />Norm McCabe
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, El Supremo, Garbage Man
|January 21, 1967
|
*N/A
|
* Final cartoon produced by DePatie–Freleng Enterprises.
* Final Looney Tunes production produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises until 1967.
|-
| ''[[Aluminum Chef: Elmer Fudd vs. Yosemite Sam]]''
|975
| rowspan="2" |N/A
|''[[Quacker Tracker]]''
| rowspan="2" | ''[[Iron Chef]]'' parody
|LT
|Rudy Larriva
|Virgil Ross,<br />Bob Bransford,<br />Ed Friedman,<br />Hank Smith
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Mouse, Hunter, Club President
|April 29, 1967
|
* VHS – ''Looney Tunes Video Show'' Volume 3
|
* Produced by Format Productions
* Only cartoon scored by [[Frank Perkins (composer)|Frank Perkins]]
|-
| ''[[Aluminum Chef: Sylvester Cat vs. Tweety Bird]]''
|976
|''The Music Mice-Tro''
|MM
|Rudy Larriva
|Bob Bransford,<br />Ed Friedman,<br />Virgil Ross
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|May 27, 1967
|
*N/A
|
* Produced by Format Productions
|-
| ''[[Cat Stays in the Picture]]''
|977
| rowspan="4" | August 2004
|''[[The Spy Swatter]]''
| rowspan="22" |N/A
|LT
| rowspan="22" |N/A
|Rudy Larriva
| rowspan="12" |N/A
|Bob Bransford,<br />Ed Friedman,<br />Virgil Ross
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Sam Cat
|June 24, 1967
|
*N/A
|
* Final cartoon produced by Format Productions.
|-
| ''[[H2Uh-Oh!]]''
|978
|''[[Speedy Ghost to Town]]''
|MM
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Miguel
|July 19, 1967
|
*N/A
|
* First cartoon directed by Alex Lovy.
* First cartoon produced by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Animation.
* Released in theaters with [[Up the Down Staircase(film)|Up the Down Staircase]]
|-
| ''[[Bunk Bedlam]]''
|979
|''[[Rodent to Stardom]]''
|LT
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|September 23, 1967
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Yosemite Slam]]''
|980
|''[[Go Away Stowaway]]''
|MM
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|September 30, 1967
|
*N/A
|
*Final Warner Bros. cartoon to feature the standard "Abstract WB" versions of the opening/closing logos from 1963.
|-
| ''[[Parallel Porked]]''
|981
| rowspan="2" | September 2004
|''[[Cool Cat (film)|Cool Cat]]''
|LT
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Cool Cat, Colonel Rimfire
|October 14, 1967
|
*N/A
|
* First appearance of Cool Cat and Colonel Rimfire
* First short to feature the redesigned opening and closing titles with the "W7" logo.
|-
| ''Full Metal Racket''
|982
|''[[Merlin the Magic Mouse (film)|Merlin the Magic Mouse]]''
|MM
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Merlin the Magic Mouse, Second Banana, Sam Cat
|November 18, 1967
|
* DVD/Blu-ray – ''[[Looney Tunes Mouse Chronicles: The Chuck Jones Collection]]'' Disc II, starring Hubie and Bertie (special feature, More Mice)
|
* First appearance of Merlin the Magic Mouse and Second Banana
* Final appearance of Sam Cat
|-
| ''[[Daffy Dentist D.D.S.]]''
|983
| October 2004
|''[[Fiesta Fiasco]]''
|LT
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|December 9, 1967
|
* VHS - ''The Looney Tunes Video Show'', Volume 8
|
|}
 
== 1968 ==
* All cartoons directed by Alex Lovy except [[Bunny and Claude]].
* Blue Ribbon re-releases ended this year.
{|class="wikitable sortable"
|-
| ''[[Wile E. Coyote Ugly]]''
! scope="col" style="width: 5px;" | #
| rowspan="2" | November 2004
! scope="col" style="width: 150px;" | Title
! scope="col" style="width: 50px;" | Series
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Director
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Animator
! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Characters
! scope="col" style="width: 125px;" | Release date
! scope="col" style="width: 400px;" | Availability
!Notes
|-
| ''[[Oh Taz, You Devil!]]''
|984
|''Hocus Pocus Pow Wow''
|LT
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />LaVerne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Merlin the Magic Mouse, Second Banana, Lo
|{{nowrap|January 13, 1968}}
|
*N/A
|
* Beginning with this cartoon, the color scheme on the "Abstract W7" opening and closing logos are changed, so the background is now blue and the W7 shield is yellow.
|-
| ''[[Multiplex Mallard]]''
|985
| December 2004
|''[[Norman Normal]]''
|N/A
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Norman, Norman's Boss, Norman's Father
|February 3, 1968
|
* DVD – [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|''Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6'', Disc 4]]: Most Requested Assorted Nuts and One-Shots
|
* Released as a "Cartoon Special" (neither a Looney Tune nor a Merrie Melody)
* Used [[Peter, Paul and Mary]]'s "Norman Normal" as the opening music
|-
| ''Snow Business''
|986
| rowspan="3" | January 2005
|''Big Game Haunt''
|MM
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Cool Cat, Colonel Rimfire, Spooky
|February 10, 1968
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Maximum Tazocity]]''
|987
|''[[Skyscraper Caper]]''
|LT
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|March 9, 1968
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Noie Da Topo]]''
|988
| ''Mouse Trouble'' in English
|''Hippydrome Tiger''
|LT
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Cool Cat, Colonel Rimfire
|March 30, 1968
|
*N/A
|
*The ending titles contain the byline "A Vitaphone Release"
|-
| ''[[Dating Do's and Don'ts: How to Be a "Mr. Good-Date"]]''
|989
| February 2005
|''Feud with a Dude''
| rowspan="9" |N/A
|MM
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Merlin the Magic Mouse, Second Banana
|May 25, 1968
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Fast Feud]]''
|990
| rowspan="2" | April 2005
|''[[See Ya Later Gladiator]]''
|LT
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales
|June 29, 1968
|
*N/A
|
* Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring [[Daffy Duck]] & [[Speedy Gonzales]].
* Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring any classic Looney Tunes character.
* A slightly different arrangement of the theme is only heard in this cartoon and in ''3 Ring Wing-Ding''.
|-
| ''[[Stunt Duck]]''
|991
|''3 Ring Wing-Ding''
|LT
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Cool Cat, Colonel Rimfire
|August 24, 1968
|
* Streaming - HBO Max
|
* Last appearance of Colonel Rimfire
* Starting with this cartoon, VITAPHONE and VITAGRAPH are flipped on the end titles, so every Merrie Melodies short would now have "A VITAGRAPH release" and every Looney Tunes short would now have "A VITAPHONE release"
|-
| ''[[Psycho Kitty]]''
|992
| rowspan="2" | May 2005
|''Flying Circus''
|LT
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Ace, Fritz Von Wienerschnitzel
|September 14, 1968
|
*N/A
|
|-
| ''[[Wild KingDumb]]''
|993
|''Chimp and Zee''
|MM
|Alex Lovy
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Chimp, Zee, Hunter/Professor
|October 12, 1968
|
*N/A
|
*Last cartoon Alex Lovy directed for Warner Bros.-Seven Arts.
|-
| ''[[Malltown and Tazboy]]''
|994
| rowspan="3" | June 2005
|''[[Bunny and Claude (We Rob Carrot Patches)]]''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Jim Davis,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Ed Solomon
|Bunny and Claude, Sheriff
|November 9, 1968
|
* VHS - ''Bugs Bunny'' - Volume 1 (1990) (In Italy)
* DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Porky & Friends: Hilarious Ham]]''
|
* First appearance of [[Bunny and Claude]]
|}
 
== 1969 ==
* All cartoons directed by Robert McKimson. Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Animation shut down in 1969 when [[Kinney National Company]] acquired Warner Bros. from Seven Arts. ''Injun Trouble'' was the final WB cartoon until 1980, when [[Warner Bros. Animation]] reopened its animation department.
{|class="wikitable sortable"
|-
| ''[[Little Pet Shop of Horrors]]''
! scope="col" style="width: 5px;" | #
! scope="col" style="width: 150px;" | Title
! scope="col" style="width: 50px;" | Series
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Director
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Animator
! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Characters
! scope="col" style="width: 125px;" | Release date
! scope="col" style="width: 400px;" | Availability
!Notes
|-
| ''[[Grand Master Rabbit]]''
|995
|''[[The Great Carrot Train Robbery]]''
|MM
|Robert McKimson
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Jim Davis,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Ed Solomon
|Bunny and Claude, Sheriff
|January 25, 1969
|
* DVD – ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Porky & Friends: Hilarious Ham]]''
|
* Last appearance of Bunny and Claude
* Last short to have Mel Blanc voicing a character
|-
| ''[[Dux's Tux's]]''
|996
| July 2005
|''Fistic Mystic''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Jim Davis,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Norman McCabe,<br />Ed Solomon
|Merlin the Magic Mouse, Second Banana
|March 29, 1969
|
* Streaming – ''[[HBO Max]]''
|
* Features a different one-time-use version of "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down"
|-
|997
|''[[Quick Brown Fox and Rapid Rabbit|Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too!]]''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Jim Davis,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Norman McCabe,<br />Ed Solomon
|Rapid Rabbit, Quick Brown Fox
|June 7, 1969
|
*N/A
|
* Intended to be a series, but it was never made due to the closure of the Warner Bros. cartoon studio weeks after completion.
|-
|998
|''Shamrock and Roll''
|MM
|Robert McKimson
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Jim Davis,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Norm McCabe,<br />Ed Solomon
|Merlin the Magic Mouse, Second Banana, O'Reilly the Leprechaun
|June 28, 1969
|
*N/A
|
* Last appearances of Merlin the Magic Mouse and Second Banana
|-
|999
|''[[Bugged by a Bee]]''
|LT
|Robert McKimson
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Jim Davis,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Volus Jones,<br />Ed Solomon
|Cool Cat
|July 26, 1969
|
* Streaming – ''[[HBO Max]]''
|
*Last ''Looney Tunes'' before 1980.
|-
|1000
|''[[Injun Trouble (1969 film)|Injun Trouble]]''
|MM
|Robert McKimson
|Ted Bonnicksen,<br />Jim Davis,<br />Laverne Harding,<br />Ed Solomon
|Cool Cat
|September 20, 1969
|
*N/A
|
*Last ''Merrie Melodies'' before 1979.
*Last appearance of Cool Cat before ''[[Tweety's High-Flying Adventure]]''.
*Last Warner Bros. cartoon to be produced by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Animation.
*Last cartoon of the original Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies series.
*Last theatrical short before 1987. However, WB would resume making cartoons in 1979, but as for television.
|}
 
'''Commercials'''
== Further reading ==
* "Anvil-O's" (cereal)
* ''Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies: A Complete Illustrated Guide to the Warner Bros. Cartoons'', by Jerry Beck and Will Friedwald (1989), Henry Holt, {{ISBN|0-8050-0894-2}}
* "Caves" (parody of ''[[MTV Cribs]]'')
* ''Chuck Amuck: The Life and Times of an Animated Cartoonist'' by Chuck Jones, published by Farrar Straus & Giroux, {{ISBN|0-374-12348-9}}
* "D.I.P.S. (Department of Investigations of Paranormal Sightings)"
* ''That's Not All, Folks! My Life in the Golden Days of Cartoons and Radio'' by Mel Blanc, Philip Bashe. Warner Books, {{ISBN|0-446-39089-5}} (Softcover) {{ISBN|0-446-51244-3}} (Hardcover)
* "Da Beepo" (2002) (Road Runner's psychic hotline)
* ''Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons'' by Leonard Maltin, revised edition 1987, Plume {{ISBN|0-452-25993-2}} (Softcover) {{ISBN|0-613-64753-X}} (Hardcover)
* "The Law Firm of Duck, Duck, McKimson & Duck" (law firm)
* "Elmer Fudd's Extreme Wabbit Hunt Wampage 3: Elmer's Wevenge" (2001) (video game)
* "Looney Tunes Cruise Lines"
* "Porky's Pizza Palace"
* "Stone Cold Duck"
* "50/50" (''[[20/20 (US television series)|20/20]]'' parody)
* "Twick or Tweety"
 
== See also ==
 
== References ==
{{Reflistreflist}}
 
== Further reading ==
* ''Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies: A Complete Illustrated Guide to the Warner Bros. Cartoons'', by Jerry Beck and Will Friedwald (1989), Henry Holt, {{ISBN|0-8050-0894-2}}
* ''Chuck Amuck : The Life and Times of an Animated Cartoonist'' by Chuck Jones, published by Farrar Straus & Giroux, {{ISBN|0-374-12348-9}}
* ''That's Not All, Folks!'' by Mel Blanc, Philip Bashe. Warner Books, {{ISBN|0-446-39089-5}} (Softcover) {{ISBN|0-446-51244-3}} (Hardcover)
* ''Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons'', Leonard Maltin, Revised Edition 1987, Plume {{ISBN|0-452-25993-2}} (Softcover) {{ISBN|0-613-64753-X}} (Hardcover)
 
== External links ==
* {{Official|https://www.wbkidsgo.com/looney-tunes}}
* The [[Big Cartoon DataBase]] entry for [https://archive.today/20121204170735/http://www.bcdb.com/cartoons/Warner_Bros_/Merrie_Melodies/index.html Merrie Melodies Cartoons] and for [https://archive.today/20121205000401/http://www.bcdb.com/cartoons/Warner_Bros_/Looney_Tunes/index.html Looney Tunes Cartoons]
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20090706080219/http://looney.goldenagecartoons.com/ Golden Age Cartoons' ''The Ultimate Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Website'' by Jon Cooke]
* [https://www.wbkidsgo.com/looney-tunes Official site]
* [http://www.conmicro.cx/~eocostello/wbcc/eowbcc-glossary.html "Warner Brothers Cartoon Companion", a wealth of trivia about the Warner cartoons]
 
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