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Usagi vs. Rei: Nightmare in Dream Land
From Justin Delbert: Ikuhara establishes the arguing relationship between Usagi and Rei in this episode. Many refrences of Nara Dreamland could be found throughout the episode, which is a now defunct theme park that ALMOST was the first fra ...
From S. C. MacPeter: The first cartoon Paramount has put out on home media from it's own cartoon since ???. This short is...okay. For Seymour's last short it's your typical hashery of the time but at least it's a little clever, and some inco ...
From Justin Delbert: Probably my favorite out of all the episodes as it goes through parodies of many famous shows and cartoons including Tom and Jerry, Looney Tunes, Dragonball Z, Speed Racer, Simpsons, and so much more.
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears
From ACMEANYCT: Bea Benderet was the voice of Mama Bear, not Stan Freberg. (Sources: IMDb, Wikipedia, and I recognized her voice on Petticoat Junction when I was seven) (Editor's note: listing has been updated.)
Tin Pan Alley Cats
From CucumberFan: The first appearance of the Rubber Band!
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