Warner Bros.' enduring legacy of
animated cartoons is still alive, even after 73 years. Creations like Bugs
Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Wile E. Coyote, and Sylvester are only a few
of the dozens of characters the studio created during their 30-+-year
classic cartoon output from 1930-1969, and nearly all continue to appear
in successful merchandising, feature films, cartoons, comic books, and
tons of other miscellany to this very day. Matthew Hunter's Unofficial
Looney Tunes Page, "Too Looney", has now been serving Looney Tunes fans
for close to 5 years. A modest project that has grown considerably,
it is my tribute to the directors, artists, and characters. On this page
you will find information on a variety of characters, from popular stars
like Bugs and Sylvester to lesser lights like Claude Cat and Speedy
Gonzales. This site includes many cool screen grabs from the films
themselves, most of them unavailable anywhere else. I have also
provided TV information and news on the films
themselves. Prepare to go Looney and enjoy your visit to this
The Spotlight Cartoon Archive
Plot Synopsis, history, and pictures of selected Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons
* Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Facts and FAQs
Answers to readers' questions about Looney Tunes, and interesting facts and trivia
* Robert C. Bruce in Warner Bros. Cartoons (interview)
Short but informative interview with a frequent guest voice in many 1940's and 1950's WB cartoons
* The Museum
Random merchandise items featuring the WB characters, from the 1930s to present.
Explore the weird, rare, and obscure odds and ends of Looney
Tunes history. For all toon heads. A collaborative effort of some of the
internet's ultimate cartoon buffs!
* The Twelve Major Stars Of Warner Bros. Cartoons
A brief role call of the twelve most important characters in Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies.
* The History Of Bugs Bunny
The history of arguably the most popular animated character of all time.
* The History of Daffy Duck
One of the most complex and longest lasting characters in animation!
* The History/Films of Sylvester
History, filmography and selected cartoon summaries of Warner's widest-used and most diverse character.
* The Story Of Speedy Gonzales
The Fastest Mouse in All Mexico!
* The Claude Cat Page
Chuck Jones' neurotic feline had anything but a simple history.
* The Wile E. Coyote History and Filmography
Brilliant, persistent, obsessed, and always the loser! His story, start to finish.
* The Story of Buddy
The early Warner Cartoons' most under-appreciated character. Remember him?
* The Looney
Tunes and Merrie Melodies picture index
Alphabetical listing of screen shot images by character. Need a picture of a particular character? This is the place to go.
* Looney Tunes Clip Art
Collection of color line art created from publicity poses,
animation drawings, cels, and more. Use for decoration on documents or as
a drawing reference.
* LT news
Looney Tunes news
* LT TV Specials and Highlights
Comprehensive listing of TV packages and how to see your favorite cartoons on TV.
* The Termite Terrace Trading post (message forum)
A discussion hub for classic animation fans. Free, one-time registration required.
* Looney Links
Other internet sites about Looney Tunes
* Joe Alaskey, voice artist
* David Alvarez, Comic Book Artist
* Robert C. Bruce, narrator/voice artist
* Larry Doyle, Producer of Recent Shorts
Robert McKimson, Jr.
Dan Slott, Looney Tunes Comic Writer
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Too Looney /Matthew Hunter's Unofficial Looney Tunes
page is in no way associated with Warner Brothers, inc.(AOL/Time Warner.) This
page and any material on it are My tribute to the classic Warner Brothers
cartoons. All material falls under fair-use provisions. (This means: "dont sue
All articles on this page are © Matthew
* Hey, bub, ya wanna know
a secret? Hunter left the vault unlocked again.......
I'd like to thank the following major contributors (other credits
are included throughout this site):
Cooke, Pietro Shakarian, Dave Clements, Michael Moore, Martin
information, support, contributions, and other stuff over the years:
Jerry Beck (a WEALTH of
information), Jon Cooke, Robert C. Bruce, Dan Slott, Bob Bergen, Virginia Cueto,
Ken Seaman, Barry Mills, Brian Cruz, and everyone at the Termite Terrace Trading
Post. Also Pietro Shakarian, Jack Tatay, David Gerstein, Thad Komorowski, Dan
P., David Alvarez, the gang at Toon Zone, and if I didn't mention you, you
better let me know and I will!
... and many, many others.