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== 1970–present ==
=== Theatrical cartoons ===
==== General theatrical releases ====
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! scope="col" style="width: 125px;" | Release date
! scope="col" style="width: 200px;" | Film shown with
! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Release location
! scope="col" style="width: 250px;" |DVD & Blu-ray availability
!Notes
|-
|''The Duxorcist''
| rowspan="2" |[[Greg Ford]],<br>Terry Lennon
|[[Daffy Duck|Daffy]], [[Melissa Duck|Melissa]]
|November 20, 1987
|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>
|[[Los Angeles]],<br />[[New York City|New York]]
|''[[Space Jam]]'' two-disc DVD,<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'',<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|
* 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]]''
|Daffy
|September 23, 1988
|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>
|Los Angeles.<br />New York
|''[[Space Jam]]'' two-disc DVD,<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]''
|[[Mel Blanc]]'s final short; Branded as a ''Merrie Melodies'' short
|-
|{{nowrap|''[[Box-Office Bunny]]''}}
|[[Darrell Van Citters]]
|Bugs, Daffy, [[Elmer Fudd|Elmer]]
|{{nowrap|February 11, 1991}}
|''[[The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter]]''
|rowspan="3" | {{nowrap|[[United States|US]], [[Canada]]}}, [[Mexico]]
|''[[The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie]]''
|First Bugs Bunny cartoon since 1964 and first Elmer Fudd cartoon since 1962.
|-
|''[[Chariots of Fur]]''
|Chuck Jones
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|December 21, 1994
|''[[Richie Rich (film)|Richie Rich]]''
|[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks|Supergenius Hijinks]],<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|
* First LT/MM short directed by [[Chuck Jones]] since 1964.
* First LT/MM short produced by Chuck Jones Film Productions.
|-
|''[[Carrotblanca]]''
|Douglas McCarthy
|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]]
|August 25, 1995
|''[[The Amazing Panda Adventure]]''
|''[[Casablanca (film)|Casablanca]]'' two-disc special edition,<br>''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'',<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|Features more characters than any other cartoon
|-
|''Superior Duck''
|Chuck Jones
|Daffy, Foghorn, Marvin, Porky, [[Tasmanian Devil (Looney Tunes)|Taz]], Tweety, Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote
|August 23, 1996
|''[[Carpool (1996 film)|Carpool]]''
|rowspan="2" | [[United States|US]] and its territories
|''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]'',<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'',<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
| rowspan="2" |
|-
|''[[Pullet Surprise]]''
|Darrell Van Citters
|Foghorn, [[Pete Puma|Pete]]
|March 26, 1997
|''[[Cats Don't Dance]]''
|''[[The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie]]'',<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|-
|''[[Coyote Falls]]''
| rowspan="6" | {{nowrap|[[Matthew O'Callaghan]]}}
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|July 30, 2010
|''[[Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore|{{nowrap|Cats & Dogs: The}} Revenge of Kitty Galore]]''
|rowspan="3" | Worldwide
|''[[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]]
|-
|''[[Fur of Flying]]''
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|September 24, 2010
|''[[Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole]]''
|''[[Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole]]'',<br>[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks|Supergenius Hijinks]],<br>''[[Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run]]''
|-
|''[[Rabid Rider]]''
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|December 17, 2010
|''[[Yogi Bear (film)|Yogi Bear]]''
|''[[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]]''
|-
|''[[I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat]]''
|Sylvester, Tweety, Granny
|November 18, 2011
|''[[Happy Feet Two]]''
| [[United States|US]] and its territories
|''[[Happy Feet Two]]'',<br>''[[Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run]]''
|-
|''[[Daffy's Rhapsody]]''
|Daffy, Elmer, Bugs (cameo), Taz (cameo), Tweety (cameo), Wile E. Coyote & Road Runner (cameo)
|February 10, 2012
|''[[Journey 2: The Mysterious Island]]''
| Worldwide
| rowspan="2" |N/A
|-
|''Flash in the Pain''
|Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Tweety (cameo), Sylvester (cameo), Granny (cameo)
| June 10, 2014
| N/A
| Worldwide
|-
|}
 
==== Limited releases ====
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! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Release location
! scope="col" style="width: 250px;" |DVD & Blu-ray availability
!Notes
|-
|{{nowrap|''[[Another Froggy Evening]]''}}
| rowspan="2" |Chuck Jones
|[[Marvin the Martian|Marvin]], [[Michigan J. Frog|Michigan]]
|October 6, 1995
| rowspan="4" |Limited release
| rowspan="4" |Los Angeles
|''[[Space Jam]]'' two-disc DVD,<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|
|-
|''[[From Hare to Eternity]]''
|[[Bugs Bunny|Bugs]], [[Michigan J. Frog|Michigan]] (cameo), [[Yosemite Sam|Sam]]
|November 4, 1997
|''[[The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie]]'',<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]'' (1998 dubbed version),<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|Last cartoon directed by Chuck Jones.
|-
|''[[Father of the Bird]]''
|{{nowrap|Stephen Fossatti}}
|[[Sylvester (Looney Tunes)|Sylvester]]
|November 14, 1997
|''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|
* 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]]''
|Spike Brandt
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner|Wile E. and Road Runner]]
|November 6, 2000
|''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]'',<br>[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks|Supergenius Hijinks]],<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|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>
 
|-
|}
 
=== Originally planned for theatrical release ===
==== Premiered on Television ====
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!Title
!Director
!Characters
!Release date
!DVD & Blu-ray availability
!Notes
|-
|''[[Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24½th Century]]''
|Chuck Jones
|Daffy, [[Gossamer (Looney Tunes)|Gossamer]], Marvin, Porky
|November 20, 1980
|''[[Daffy Duck's Quackbusters]]'',<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]'',<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'' (special feature)
|
* 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]]''
| rowspan="2" |Greg Ford,<br>Terry Lennon
|Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Sam, Porky ("Porky drum" ending)
|August 25, 1992
 
|''[[Space Jam]]'' two-disc DVD (edited),<br>''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'' (uncut version),<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection (uncut version)
|
* Planned for theatrical release
* Edited into the television special ''Bugs Bunny's Creature Features''
|-
|''[[(Blooper) Bunny]]''
|Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Sam
|June 13, 1997
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1|LTGC Volume 1, Disc 1 (special feature)]]
|
* Planned for theatrical release, first shown on [[Cartoon Network]]
* Final cartoon that the Greg Ford/Terry Lennon team worked on.
* Produced in 1991
|-
|}
 
==== Premiered on Home Video ====
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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!Title
!Director
!Characters
!Release date
!DVD & Blu-ray availability
!Notes
|-
|''[[The Whizzard of Ow]]''
|[[Bret Haaland]]
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|November 1, 2003
|''[[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.
|-
|''Museum Scream''
|{{nowrap|Dan Povenmire}}
|Sylvester, Tweety, Granny
| rowspan="5" |{{nowrap|March 31, 2004}}
|''Looney Tunes: Back in Action'' (Blu-ray and Australian DVD edition),<br />[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]
| rowspan="3" |
|-
|''[[Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas]]''
|[[Bill Kopp]],<br>[[Peter Shin]]
|Bugs, Sam, Wile E. Coyote (cameo), Road Runner (cameo)
|''Looney Tunes: Back in Action'' (Blu-ray and Australian DVD edition),<br />''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'',<br>Looney Tunes Parodies Collection
|-
|''Attack of the Drones''
|[[Rich Moore]]
|Daffy (as Duck Dodgers),<br />Dr. Zoidberg from ''[[Futurama]]'' (cameo),<br />The Great Gazoo from ''[[The Flintstones]]'' (cameo)
|''Looney Tunes: Back in Action'' (Blu-ray and Australian DVD edition),<br />''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]''
|-
|''Cock-A-Doodle Duel''
|Peter Shin
|Foghorn Leghorn
| rowspan="2" |''Looney Tunes: Back in Action'' (Blu-ray and Australian DVD edition)
|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.
|-
|''My Generation G-G-Gap''
|Dan Povenmire
|Porky
|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.
|-
|''[[Daffy Duck for President]]''
|Spike Brandt,<br>{{nowrap|Tony Cervone}}
|Daffy, Bugs
|November 2, 2004
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 2|LTGC Volume 2, Disc 3 (special feature)]],<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'' (special feature)
|
* Direct-to-DVD short, planned for theatrical release
* Based on the book of the same name by [[Chuck Jones]]
|-
|}
 
=== Feature 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}}
 
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! scope="col" style="width: 100px;" | Release date
! scope="col" style="width: 150px;" | DVD & Blu-ray availability
!Notes
|-
|''[[Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol]]''
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|Bugs, Elmer, Foghorn, Pepé, [[Petunia Pig|Petunia]], Porky, Sam, Sylvester, Tweety
| rowspan="3" |{{nowrap|November 27, 1979}}
| rowspan="2" |[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)]]
|rowspan="3"|
* Edited from the [[CBS]]-TV special ''Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales
* ''Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol'' and ''Freeze Frame'' were re-branded as ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts
|-
|''[[Freeze Frame (1979 film)|Freeze Frame]]''
|{{nowrap|[[Chuck Jones]]}}
|[[Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner]]
|-
|''[[Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales|Fright Before Christmas]]''
|Friz Freleng
|Bugs, Taz, Clyde, Speedy
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)]],<br>''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|-
|''[[The Yolk's on You]]''
|Tony Benedict<br>Gerry Chiniquy<br>Art Davis<br>Dave Detiege
|Daffy, Foghorn, Prissy, Sylvester
| rowspan="3" |April 1, 1980
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|LTGC Volume 6, Disc 1 (special feature)]],<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'' (special feature)
|rowspan="3"|
* Edited from the [[NBC]]-TV special ''Daffy Duck's Easter Special''
* ''The Yolk's on You'' and ''Daffy Flies North'' were re-branded as ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts
|-
|''The Chocolate Chase''
|Friz Freleng
|Daffy, [[Speedy Gonzales|Speedy]]
|[[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)
|-
|''[[Daffy Flies North]]''
|Tony Benedict<br>Gerry Chiniquy<br>Art Davis<br>Dave Detiege
|Daffy
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6|LTGC Volume 6, Disc 1 (special feature)]],<br>''[[The Essential Daffy Duck]]'' (special feature)
|-
|''[[Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny]]''
| rowspan="3" |Chuck Jones
|Bugs, Elmer, Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner (cameo)
| rowspan="3" |May 21, 1980
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)]]<br>''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'' (special feature)
|rowspan="3"|
* Edited from the CBS-TV special ''Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over''
* ''Soup or Sonic'' was re-branded as a ''Merrie Melodies'' short
|-
|''[[Spaced Out Bunny]]''
|Bugs, Marvin, Hugo
|[[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]]''
|-
|''[[Soup or Sonic]]''
|Wile E. and Road Runner
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5|LTGC Volume 5, Disc 4 (special feature)]]<br>''[[The Essential Bugs Bunny]]'' (special feature)
|-
|''Daffy & Porky in the William Tell Overture''
|[[Dan Haskett]]
|Daffy, Porky
|2006
|[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4|LTGC Volume 4, Disc 2 (special feature)]]
|
* Edited from the 1991 television special ''Bugs Bunny's Overtures to Disaster''
* Branded as a ''Merrie Melodies'' short on the end card
|-
|}
 
=== Other 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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!Title
!Director
!Characters
!Release date
!DVD & Blu-ray availability
!Notes
|-
|''[[Marvin the Martian in the Third Dimension]]''
|{{nowrap|Douglas McCarthy}}
|Daffy, Marvin, K-9
|{{nowrap|October 23, 1996}}
|''[[Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1]]''
|
*[[Theme park]] attraction at [[Warner Bros. Movie World]]
|-
|}
 
=== Web 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.-->
 
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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! scope="col" style="width: 250px;" | DVD & Blu-ray availability
! scope="col" style="width: 250px;" | Voice Cast
! Notes
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: Sufferin' Sasquatch]]''
| rowspan="14" | 2001
| rowspan="7" | ''Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction''
| rowspan="7" |N/A
| rowspan="7" |N/A
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: Who Wants to Be a Martian-aire?]]''
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: Loch Ness Mess]]''
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: Cropsy Curvy]]''
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: The Bermuda Short]]''
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: The Taming of the Screwball]]''
|-
| ''[[Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained: ¡El Chupacabra!]]''
|-
| ''[[Junkyard Run: Part 1]]''
| rowspan="13" | ''Looney Tunes: Reality Check''
| rowspan="3" |N/A
| rowspan="3" | ''[[The Cannonball Run (film)|The Cannonball Run]]'' parody
|-
| ''[[Junkyard Run: Part 2]]''
|-
| ''[[Junkyard Run: Part 3]]''
|-
| ''[[Survival of the Dimmest]]''
| rowspan="10" |N/A
| rowspan="10" | ''Toon Marooned'' (''[[Survivor (TV series)|Survivor]]'' parody)
|-
| ''[[Beach, Blanket, Bang-O]]''
|-
| ''[[Helter Shelter (Looney Tunes)|Helter Shelter]]''
|-
| ''[[Finder's Eaters]]''
|-
| ''[[Sandcastle Hassle]]''
| July 31, 2001
|-
| ''[[I've Misplaced My Piano!]]''
| August 7, 2001
|-
| ''[[Speared, Seared and Feared]]''
| August 14, 2001
|-
| ''[[Oh My Darlin' Serpentine]]''
| August 21, 2001
|-
| ''[[Obstacles, of Course]]''
| August 28, 2001
|-
| ''[[Fowl Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain]]''
| September 4, 2001
|-
| ''[[Judge Granny: Case 1: Tweety vs. Sylvester]]''
| rowspan="3" | Fall 2001
| rowspan="3" | ''Looney Tunes: Reality Check''
| June Foray as Granny, Joe Alaskey as Sylvester and Tweety
| rowspan="3" | ''[[Judge Judy]]'' parody
|-
| ''[[Judge Granny: Case 2: Coyote vs. Roadrunner]]''
| June Foray as Granny, Joe Alaskey as Wile E. Coyote, Greg Burson as Foghorn Loghorn, Paul Julian as Road Runner (uncredited)
|-
| ''[[Judge Granny: Case 3: Fudd vs. Duck]]''
| June Foray as Granny, Joe Alaskey as Daffy Duck, Billy West as Elmer Fudd
|-
| ''[[The Matwix]]''
| September 2001
|N/A
| Billy West as Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd and the Top Salesman
| ''[[The Matrix]]'' parody
|-
| ''[[Planet of the Taz]]''
| rowspan="3" | 2001
| rowspan="3" | ''Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction''
| rowspan="3" |N/A
| rowspan="3" | ''[[Planet of the Apes (1968 film)|Planet of the Apes]]'' parody
|-
| ''[[Beneath the Planet of the Taz]]''
|-
| ''[[Enough With the Planet of the Taz]]''
|-
| ''[[Tech Suppork]]''
| rowspan="9" | 2002
| rowspan="6" | ''Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction''
| rowspan="6" |N/A
| rowspan="2" |N/A
|-
| ''Satellite Sam''
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Gone in 30 Minutes]]''
| rowspan="4" | ''The Royal Mallard'' series
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Window Pains]]''
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Daffy's Meet Market]]''
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Cube Wars]]''
|-
| ''[[Sports Blab#1]]''
| rowspan="2" | ''Looney Tunes: Reality Check''
| rowspan="4" |N/A
| rowspan="4" |N/A
|-
| ''[[Sports Blab#2]]''
|-
| ''[[The Island of Dr. Moron]]''
| rowspan="3" | ''Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction''
|-
| ''[[Twick or Tweety]]''
| October 2002
|-
| ''[[The Royal Mallard: Hogs & Kisses]]''
| rowspan="4" | 2003
|N/A
| ''The Royal Mallard'' series
|-
| ''[[Tear Factor]]''
| rowspan="3" |''Looney Tunes: Reality Check''
| rowspan="1" |N/A
| ''[[Fear Factor]]'' parody
|-
| ''[[Aluminum Chef: Elmer Fudd vs. Yosemite Sam]]''
| rowspan="2" |N/A
| rowspan="2" | ''[[Iron Chef]]'' parody
|-
| ''[[Aluminum Chef: Sylvester Cat vs. Tweety Bird]]''
|-
| ''[[Cat Stays in the Picture]]''
| rowspan="4" | August 2004
| rowspan="22" |N/A
| rowspan="22" |N/A
| rowspan="12" |N/A
|-
| ''[[H2Uh-Oh!]]''
|-
| ''[[Bunk Bedlam]]''
|-
| ''[[Yosemite Slam]]''
|-
| ''[[Parallel Porked]]''
| rowspan="2" | September 2004
|-
| ''Full Metal Racket''
|-
| ''[[Daffy Dentist D.D.S.]]''
| October 2004
|-
| ''[[Wile E. Coyote Ugly]]''
| rowspan="2" | November 2004
|-
| ''[[Oh Taz, You Devil!]]''
|-
| ''[[Multiplex Mallard]]''
| December 2004
|-
| ''Snow Business''
| rowspan="3" | January 2005
|-
| ''[[Maximum Tazocity]]''
|-
| ''[[Noie Da Topo]]''
| ''Mouse Trouble'' in English
|-
| ''[[Dating Do's and Don'ts: How to Be a "Mr. Good-Date"]]''
| February 2005
| rowspan="9" |N/A
|-
| ''[[Fast Feud]]''
| rowspan="2" | April 2005
|-
| ''[[Stunt Duck]]''
|-
| ''[[Psycho Kitty]]''
| rowspan="2" | May 2005
|-
| ''[[Wild KingDumb]]''
|-
| ''[[Malltown and Tazboy]]''
| rowspan="3" | June 2005
|-
| ''[[Little Pet Shop of Horrors]]''
|-
| ''[[Grand Master Rabbit]]''
|-
| ''[[Dux's Tux's]]''
| July 2005
|-
|}
 
'''Commercials'''
* "Anvil-O's" (cereal)
* "Caves" (parody of ''[[MTV Cribs]]'')
* "D.I.P.S. (Department of Investigations of Paranormal Sightings)"
* "Da Beepo" (2002) (Road Runner's psychic hotline)
* "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 ==
* [[Looney Tunes]]
* [[Merrie Melodies]]
* [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection]]
 
== References ==
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== 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 ==
* 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]
 
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