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All Daffy and Speedy cartoons are directed by Robert McKimson. These words appeared in purple, green, and blue, respectively, against a black background. A total of 147 shorts were released during the 1960s. All cartoons directed by Rudy Larriva are produced by Format Productions. All Looney Tunes media released in 1969. The closing title card was the Looney Tunes card, though the Merrie Melodies theme was still played.
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Final cartoon produced by DePatie–Freleng Enterprises. First cartoon produced by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Animation. Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring Yosemite Sam. D&D Beyond Last Sylvester/Speedy cartoon to have both characters speak. Final cartoon produced by Format Productions. Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Animation shut down in 1969 when, Last short to have Mel Blanc voicing a character, Features a different one-time-use version of "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down". First Road Runner cartoon directed by Robert McKimson. Warner Bros. closes their cartoon studio ending the Golden Age of Looney Tunes. This did not end with the familiar "That's all Folks" title card, but rather, with a slide that read: "Merrie Melodies: A Warner Bros. Last theatrical short before 1987.
Last cartoon of the original Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies series. * First Merrie Melodies cartoon to feature the "A Vitaphone Release" byline. Later that year, the Golden Age of American Animation came to an end.
Last Chuck Jones theatrical cartoon release to feature Bugs Bunny. First short to feature the redesigned opening and closing titles with the "W7" logo. All cartoons directed by Robert McKimson. Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring any classic Looney Tunes character. A Vitaphone Release". Cartoon. Final cartoon produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons.
Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny. Intended to be a series, but it was never made due to the closure of the Warner Bros. cartoon studio weeks after completion. First appearance of Merlin the Magic Mouse and Second Banana, All cartoons directed by Alex Lovy except. All cartoons after the fourth one this year are directed by Alex Lovy at Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Animation. This is a listing of all the animated shorts released by Warner Bros. under the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies banners between 1960 and 1969. Last cartoon completed by the original Warner Bros. Cartoons studio. Final Warner Bros. cartoon to feature the standard "Abstract WB" versions of the opening/closing logos from 1963. This is a listing of all the animated shorts released by Warner Bros. under the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies banners between 1960 and 1969. Beginning with this cartoon, the color scheme on the "Abstract W7" opening and closing logos are changed, so the background is now blue and the W7 shield is yellow. First appearance of Cool Cat and Colonel Rimfire. All cartoons produced by Format Productions are directed by Rudy Larriva. Released as a "Cartoon Special" (neither a Looney Tune nor a Merrie Melody), The ending titles contain the byline "A Vitaphone Release".
Final cartoon to be produced solely by David H. DePatie. A slightly different arrangement of the theme is only heard in this cartoon and in, Starting with this cartoon, VITAPHONE and VITAGRAPH are flipped on the end titles, so every Merrie Melodies short would now have "A VITAGRAPH release" and every Looney Tunes short would now have "A VITAPHONE release". This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 14:07. Only cartoon to be produced by both John Burton, Sr. and David H. DePatie.
Final cartoon to pair Speedy with Sylvester. It is known for introducing Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, Yosemite Sam, Foghorn Leghorn, Marvin the Martian, Pepé Le Pew, Speedy Gonzales, Tasmanian Devil, Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote, and many other cartoon characters. VHS - The Looney Tunes Video Show, Volume 18, Uses the Merrie Melodies outro with the Looney Tunes closing theme at the end, Final classic-era WB theatrical cartoon featuring. All Wile E. and Road Runner cartoons are directed by Rudy Larriva except, Final Road Runner Cartoon directed by Rudy Larriva, Final classic-era WB cartoon featuring Wile E. and the Road Runner. First Daffy and Speedy cartoon directed by Robert McKimson. A total of 147 shorts were released during the 1960s. Uses the Merrie Melodies ending title cards with the Looney Tunes closing theme, The final cartoon featuring the duo to be directed by, Last non-Bugs Bunny cartoon to be produced by the original Warner Bros. studio, The only Tweety cartoon to be directed by Gerry Chiniquy. Last appearances of Merlin the Magic Mouse and Second Banana. Final Friz Freleng-directed Bugs Bunny cartoon. Last cartoon featuring Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf to be directed by Chuck Jones. Only Speedy cartoon to also feature Coyote and Road Runner. VHS - Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote: The Scrapes of Wrath. However, WB would resume making cartoons in 1979, but as for television. VHS, DVD - Stars of Space Jam: Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote. Last Warner Bros. cartoon to be produced by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Animation. After Bugs Bunny became the breakout recurring star of … Screen credits appear as French corruptions of actual names. Uses the Merrie Melodies closing card with the Looney Tunes theme at the end.