Bobby Bickert
3 months ago
I discovered this while going through the blocks of Looney Tunes on Boomerang. (But they're only available until April 1st.) In the order they're listed:

"False Hare"
"The Abominable Snow Rabbit"
"What's Up Doc?" (incorrect release date of 6/17/60)
"Showbiz Bugs" (sic)
"Barbary Coast Bunny"
"Napoleon Bunny-Part"
"Bully For Bugs"
"Duck Amuck"
"Rabbit Seasoning"
"Big Top Bunny"
"French Rarebit"
"Rabbit of Seville"
"Rabbit Fire"
"Bunker Hill Bunny"
"The Windblown Hare"
"Rhapsody Rabbit"
"Fair and Wormer"
"Acrobatty Bunny"
"Buckaroo Bugs"
"Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid"
"Wabbit Twouble"
"Tortoise Beats Hare"
"Carrotblanca"
"Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers"
"Box Office Bunny"
"Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny"
"Spaced Out Bunny"

Doing a search for "Looney Tunes" on my cable TV's "on demand" channel also yielded 10 episodes of New Looney Tunes, 38 episodes of the infamous Baby Looney Tunes, and the recent direct-to-video movie Rabbits Run (which isn't free), all only available until April 1st as well.

In recent months a sampling of episodes of The Flintstones, The Jetsons and Top Cat have been available on the "on demand" channel, though only for a short time. And during "Scoobtober" in October, a lot of Scooby Doo TV series are available, plus some of the direct-to-video Scooby Doo movies that usually cost $3.99 for a 48-hour "rental" are free.

EDIT: It occurred to me that maybe the reason for all of this Bugs Bunny (classic and recent) on the "on demand" channel is because Easter is on March 31st. (But if it is, why didn't they include "Easter Yeggs"? There's also a Bugs Bunny Easter special from the 1970's, which ends with Bugs (and Granny) letting Daffy "win".)
Bobby Bickert
2 months ago
I just noticed today that another batch of classic Looney Tunes (and Merrie Melodies) is on my cable TV's "on demand" channel. This time there's a little more variety, including a few B & W cartoons:

"Fish and Slips"
"Hyde and Go Tweet"
"Knighty Knight Bugs"
"Birds Anonymous"
"What's Opera, Doc?"
"Napoleon Bunny-Part"
"Rabbitson Crusoe"
"A Street Cat Named Sylvester"
"Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century"
'"Duck Amuck"
"Ballot Box Bunny"
"French Rarebit"
"Rabbit of Seville"
"Fast and Furry-ous"
"Baseball Bugs"
"The Film Fan"
"Porky's Duck Hunt"
"The Fire Aarm"
"Flowers For Madame"
"The Foghorn Leghorn"
"Carrotblanca"
"Chariots of Fur"
"Freeze Frame"

"Fish and Slips", "The Film Fan", "The Fire Alarm", "Flowers For Madame" and The Foghorn Leghorn" are available until May 1st. The rest are available until May 3rd.

Rabbits Run and episodes of Baby Looney Tunes are still available on my cable TV's "on demand" channel, but New Looney Tunes are gone.

Bobby Bickert
a month ago
Only a small batch of cartoons this time, but a couple of interesting choices. These are available until May 31st:

"Hairied and Hurried"
"Guided Muscle"
"Gorilla My Dreams"
"Greetings Bait"
"A Great Big Bunch of You"

Rabbits Run and Baby Looney Tunes are still on my cable TV's "on demand" channel. And ten episodes of Scooby Doo, Where Are You? (all from Season One), ten episodes of What's New Scooby Doo? (all from Season One) and ten episodes of Be Cool, Scooby Doo! (all from Season One) are available until June 3rd.

Bobby Bickert
a month ago
Another small batch of cartoons, mostly Bugs Bunny. These are available until June 15th:

"Half-Fare Hare"
"The Hasty Hare"
"Hare We Go"
"A Ham in a Role"
"Hare Force"

Rabbits Run and Baby Looney Tunes are still on my cable TV's "on demand" channel. And ten different episodes of Scooby Doo, Where Are You? (from Season One and Season Two), ten different episodes of What's New Scooby Doo? (from Season One and Season Two) and ten different episodes of Be Cool, Scooby Doo! (all from Season One) are available until July 1st.
Bobby Bickert
21 days ago
Another small batch of cartoons, including one directed by Norm McCabe and the first color Looney Tune. These are available until June 30th:

"Hawaiian Aye Aye"
"Heir-Conditioned"
"The Hep Cat"
"Hobby Horse-Laffs"
"The Heckling Hare"


Bobby Bickert
6 days ago
Only four cartoons this time, but some interesting choices. These are available until July 15th:

"Honey's Money"
"The Honeymousers"
"Hop, Look and Listen"
"Holiday For Shoestrings"

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