Warner Bros. Animation Links!

Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies Links

History and Information Links:

Jerry Beck's Cartoon Research
Jerry Beck's "official" website features news, information, and more!

Matthew Hunter's Too Looney Page
Matthew's website includes plenty of LT&MM news, images, interviews, and information.

The Non-Stick Looney Page
Features history, pictures, sounds, and more.

Dave Mackey's Animation Page
This page also includes a WB Filmography, and loads of other great cartoon information! Includes the best WB cartoon filmography available on the Internet!

The Official Chuck Jones Website
Everything you've ever wanted to know about the late great animation artist!

Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies: The Early Years
Brian Cruz's comprehesive website offering historical insights, information, and media on the earliest Warner Bros. cartoons.

The Raymond Scott Web Archive
A fantastic salute to the man behind such tunes as Powerhouse, The Toy Trumpet, and Dinner Music for a Pack of Hungry Cannibals among many others. Although the names may not ring a bell, I'm sure you've heard them dozens of times thanks to Carl Stalling's cartoon scores.

E.O. Costello's Warner Bros. Cartoon Companion
The encylopedia of everything Looney Tunes-related!

Hidden Looney Tunes Gags
A great page devoted to jokes you may have missed...

The Official Daws Butler Website
Daws Butler is most famous for being the voice behind such classic characters as Yogi Bear, Quick Draw McGraw, and Huckleberry Hound, and this website is an excellent tribute to his talents. Daws also provided some voices in some classic Warner shorts, including Ralph and Morton in "The Honey-Mousers" cartoons.

Warner Art
Check out this great collection of ORIGINAL vintage Warner Bros. cartoon art and collectables!

Yosemite's Glass Station
A fun page devoted to cartoon glasses...includes lots of Looney Tunes stuff!

The Bugs Bunny Video Guide
The complete history of Bugs on videocassette, laserdisc, and DVD.

One Foggy Site
A page all about Foghorn Leghorn and friends.

Looney Tunes Crash Course
Pictures, sounds, and information about Looney Tunes stars Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote.

Other Animation Links

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