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Also Known As: Died: February 22, 2002
Born: September 21, 1912 Cause of Death: congestive heart failure
Birth Place: Spokane, Washington, USA Profession: Director ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Another Froggy Evening (1995) as Director
A follow-up to Jone's 1955 cartoon "One Froggy Evening" about a frog with a talent for singing.
2.
Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (1988) as Sequences Director
A mixture of classics and new animation with the traditional Warner Bros favorites.
3.
Porky Pig in Hollywood (1986) as Director
Different aspects of the famed pig's personality are seen in this compilation of Porky Pig cartoons. In addition to his usual fall-guy image, he is sometimes interpreted as boyish, romantic, and daydreaming by his directors Tex Avery, Friz Freleng, Bob Clampett, Frank Tashlin and Chuck Jones.
5.
Uncensored Cartoons (1981) as Director
6.
Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, The (1979) as Director
A retired Bugs Bunny introduces several Warner Bros. cartoons from his luxurious, carrot-filled home in Beverly Hills.
7.
The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) as Director
A bored boy enters a fantasy world where letters and numbers are at war.
8.
Dover Boys (1941)
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Wild Hare (1940) as Director
The debut vehicle for the classic cartoon duo Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd.

Cast (feature film)

10.
Hand Behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story, The (1999)
A look at the life of animation innovator Ub Iwerks, creator of the Mickey Mouse character. Iwerks' contribution to the history of animation and film is examined through interviews with fellow animators Chuck Jones and film historian Leonard Maltin. Born to a poor family in Kansas City, Iwerks met c
11.
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Special Edition (1995) as Interviewee
Phil Hartman looks at the classic about the evil Mr. Grinch.
12.
Magical World of Chuck Jones, The (1992) as Himself
Homage to animator Chuck Jones.
13.
What's Up Doc?: A Salute to Bugs Bunny (Do Not Use) (1990)
This delightful collection of cartoons feature ten classic stories. This fiftieth anniversary video is highlighted by rare, behind the scenes footage from the animators.
14.
Innerspace (1987) as Supermarket Customer
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Gremlins (1984) as Mr Jones
A wholesome, All-American town is turned upside-down, when "gremlins"--some impish little creatures--are accidentally unleashed and wreck havoc.

Writer (feature film)

16.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) as Animation Writing
Chaos results when a developer levels the building which housed a purveyor of Gremlins.
17.
Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, The (1979) as Screenwriter
A retired Bugs Bunny introduces several Warner Bros. cartoons from his luxurious, carrot-filled home in Beverly Hills.
18.
The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) as Screenwriter
A bored boy enters a fantasy world where letters and numbers are at war.
19.
Gay Purr-ee (1962) as Screenwriter
Animated musical in which a French country cat becomes entranced with Parisian city life.

Producer (feature film)

20.
Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, The (1979) as Producer
A retired Bugs Bunny introduces several Warner Bros. cartoons from his luxurious, carrot-filled home in Beverly Hills.

Animation (feature film)

21.
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) as Animation
An out of work voice-over actor and his wife get divorced, with the wife gaining custody of the three children. Unhappy with the alotted time given him to spend with the kids, the father dresses up as an old lady and gets a job as the kids'' nanny.
22.
Stay Tuned (1992) as Animation Director ("Robocat")
A couple get sucked into an alternative television dimension known as Hellvision.
23.
What's Up Doc?: A Salute to Bugs Bunny (Do Not Use) (1990) as Animation Director
This delightful collection of cartoons feature ten classic stories. This fiftieth anniversary video is highlighted by rare, behind the scenes footage from the animators.
24.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) as Animation Director (Bugs Bunny And Daffy Duck)
Chaos results when a developer levels the building which housed a purveyor of Gremlins.
25.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) as Animation Consultant
A tough detective tries to clear a cartoon character charged with murder.
26.
Bugs Bunny's 1001 Rabbit Tales (1982) as Animator
While book salesman Bugs Bunny is competing against Daffy Duck to see who can sell the most copies of a children's book, the bunny winds up in castle of Yosemite Sam. Sam has a harem, and a bratty son named Prince Abalaba. Taken prisoner, Bugs gets the job of reading stories to the prince, and child
27.
Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie (1981) as Animator
In this cartoon compilation, Yosemite Sam makes a deal with the devil to send Bugs Bunny to hell; Daffy and Tweety deal with some bird-napping gangsters; and Bugs causes havoc during the glamorous Oswald Awards.
28.
Bugs Bunny Superstar (1975) as Animator
Fans of the immortal wisecracking rabbit will be entranced by the humor as well as the artistry of the old-fashioned, realistic animation in this collection of 10 cartoons.

Production Companies (feature film)

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The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) as Company
A bored boy enters a fantasy world where letters and numbers are at war.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

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Four Rooms (1995) as Creative Consultant
The city is Los Angeles. The date is New Year's Eve. And the place is the Mon Signor Hotel, a once-grand, now faded old landmark where a dozen of the most unusual guests ever are about to check in... and a lone bellhop named Ted, on his first day on the job, is in for the wildest night of his life!

Director (special)

31.
Happy Birthday, Bugs: 50 Looney Years (1990) as Segment Director (Classic Warner Bros Animation)
A special celebrating the fiftieth birthday of cartoon character Bugs Bunny. Also included is a tribute to the late Mel Blanc, the creator of Bugs' voice.
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Raggedy Ann and Andy in the Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile (1979) as Director
An animated television special. Come-to-life ragdolls Raggedy Ann and Andy bring joy to a pumpkin who has never experienced happiness.
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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (1975) as Director
Rikki is a young mongoose who is adopted by a human family after nearly drowning in the river. He returns the favour by protecting them from two murderous cobra.
34.
Yankee Doodle Cricket (1975) as Director
An animated special in which one Chester C. Cricket and his pals, Harry the Cat and Tucker the Mouse, recall their ancestors' contributions to America's struggle for independence during the Revolutionary War.

Cast (special)

35.
Walt: The Man Behind the Myth (2001) as Interviewee
Documentary profile of Walt Disney to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his birth in 2001. The program reveals the story of many Disney innovations, including the first Disney cartoon with sound ("Steamboat Willie"), the first cartoon in color ("Flowers and Trees"), and the story behind the mammo
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75 Years of Laughter (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary focusing on Warner Bros. classic comedies, including interviews and clips from many of its films.
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Cartoons Go to War (1995) as Interviewee
Examination of the U.S. government-produced animated cartoons used to generate support for World War II among the public and to train the troops. Includes interviews with those who were directly involved in the war animation effort.
38.
Creative Spirit, The (1992)
A four-part series focusing on how people around the world use their creativity to make everyday life more productive and enjoyable.
39.
Roger Rabbit & the Secrets of Toontown (1988)
A special providing a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the feature film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" The documentary also examines today's most advanced cinematic special effects.
40.
Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes All-Star 50th Anniversary (1986)
A special that highlights Warner Brother's half-century contribution to animated art. Included among the "guest stars" are familiar animated characters such as Bugs Bunny himself, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig, the Roadrunner, Yosemite Sam, and Tweety Bird. Comments by live guest stars are inter

Writer (special)

41.
Raggedy Ann and Andy in the Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile (1979) as Writer
An animated television special. Come-to-life ragdolls Raggedy Ann and Andy bring joy to a pumpkin who has never experienced happiness.
42.
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (1975) as Writer
Rikki is a young mongoose who is adopted by a human family after nearly drowning in the river. He returns the favour by protecting them from two murderous cobra.
43.
Yankee Doodle Cricket (1975) as Writer
An animated special in which one Chester C. Cricket and his pals, Harry the Cat and Tucker the Mouse, recall their ancestors' contributions to America's struggle for independence during the Revolutionary War.

Producer (special)

44.
Peter and the Wolf (1995) as Executive Consultant
Animated retelling of the children's classic about a spunky young boy, Peter, and his struggle to outwit a mighty wolf.
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Raggedy Ann and Andy in the Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile (1979) as Producer
An animated television special. Come-to-life ragdolls Raggedy Ann and Andy bring joy to a pumpkin who has never experienced happiness.
46.
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (1975) as Producer
Rikki is a young mongoose who is adopted by a human family after nearly drowning in the river. He returns the favour by protecting them from two murderous cobra.
47.
Yankee Doodle Cricket (1975) as Producer
An animated special in which one Chester C. Cricket and his pals, Harry the Cat and Tucker the Mouse, recall their ancestors' contributions to America's struggle for independence during the Revolutionary War.

Animation (special)

48.
Peter and the Wolf (1995) as Animated Character Designer
Animated retelling of the children's classic about a spunky young boy, Peter, and his struggle to outwit a mighty wolf.
49.
Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes All-Star 50th Anniversary (1986) as Original Animation Director
A special that highlights Warner Brother's half-century contribution to animated art. Included among the "guest stars" are familiar animated characters such as Bugs Bunny himself, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig, the Roadrunner, Yosemite Sam, and Tweety Bird. Comments by live guest stars are inter

Visual Effects (special)

50.
Peter and the Wolf (1995) as Animated Character Creator
Animated retelling of the children's classic about a spunky young boy, Peter, and his struggle to outwit a mighty wolf.

Director (special)

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The Bear that Wasn't (1967)
In this animated short, a bear wakes from hibernation to find himself in an industrial complex.
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Cat and Dupli-cat (1967)
On a wharf, an opera singing Tom Cat and a feline rival compete for Jerry Mouse.
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Cannery Rodent (1967)
Tom and Jerry get trapped inside a can in Cannery Row.
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Duel Personality (1967)
Tom and Jerry challenge each other to a duel using pistols, swords and more.
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Dog Tired (1967)
Two dogs digging a hole are scared by an automobile and jump over a wall into the nearby zoo. The two dogs encounter a variety of animals as they try to find their way out of the zoo.
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Jerry, Jerry, Quite Contrary (1966)
Jerry keeps attacking Tom in his sleep and although he tries to stay awake it doesn't work as he follows the cat by sleepwalking.
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Love Me, Love My Mouse (1966)
Tom falls in love and offers Jerry as a gift for the female cat but things turn a little unexpected when she lends a sympathetic ear to his plight.
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Year of the Mouse, The (1965)
Jerry and another mouse give Tom a rough time as they pull pranks on him.
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Of Feline Bondage (1965)
Jerry and Tom end up using scissors to cut the fur off the other after a magical potion of invisibility is used.
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The Dot and the Line (1965)
In this animated short, a straight line tries to woo a dot.
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I'm Just Wild About Jerry (1965)
After Tom gets pulverized by a downtown train, he ends up chasing Jerry throughout the toy section of a large department store.
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Bad Day at Cat Rock (1965)
Jerry pulls numerous pranks on Tom at a construction site.
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Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life (1965)
Tom's relentless chase of Jerry even includes pursuing the mouse on the ledge of a tall building.
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Haunted Mouse (1965)
Jerry's uncle, a magician, comes to visit him and along with freeing some animals Tom has eaten, causes all kinds of havoc for the cat.
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Snowbody Loves Me (1964)
In the cold Swiss Alps Jerry and Tom try to stay warm by finding a place indoors to light a fire.
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Cat Above and the Mouse Below (1964)
Tom is a famous opera singer but his performance interrupts Jerry's sleeping and the mouse does his best to ruin the show for the cat.
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Tom-ic Energy (1964)
A high-speed, energetic Tom chases Jerry throughout the city.
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Unshrinkable Jerry Mouse, The (1964)
A kitten shows up and Tom wants to get rid of it but Jerry stops him.
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Much Ado About Mousing (1964)
Tom has problems with a dog as he chases Jerry.
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Is There a Doctor in the Mouse (1964)
Jerry drinks a potion that makes him so fast that he can eat Tom's food without getting caught.
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Sahara Hare (1955)
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Dixieland Droopy (1954)
Droopy brings problems on himself when he keeps playing a jazz record loudly.
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Touche, Pussycat (1954)
Musketeer Jerry's old friend, Fran├žois Mouse, sends his son for training. But when Jerry has to save the tyke from a run-in with Tom, the little one is sent packing until he manages to save Jerry.
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Drag-A-Long Droopy (1954)
Droopy is a shepherd when his sheep graze into the cattle country erupting an angry fight between Droopy and a mean cattle owner.
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Little Johnny Jet (1953)
A B-29 plane has problems finding work in the modern times but his son is a jet and helps out his dad.
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Cat's Tale, A (1951)
An inquisitive mouse questions the pecking order of dogs, cats and mice and tries to change it.
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Rabbit Hood (1949)
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Hick, a Slick and a Chick, A (1948)
The hick and the slick compete for Daisy Lou's affection. First, it's competing for the bigger flower bouquet. Then, it's who has more musical talent. And, it's who can get a fur coat.
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House Hunting Mice (1948)
Hubie and Bertie decide to inspect a House of Tommorow and end up destroying the house with a robot sweeper because they have no idea what buttons they're pushing.
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Little Tinker (1948)
A young skunk looks for a girlfriend but his odor is too much for most of them to handle.
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Gorilla My Dreams (1948)
Bugs is adrift at sea in a barrel when he suddenly finds an island. Upon arrival, he's swept up by a lonesome mother Gorilla and instantly taken up as her baby. Despite his resistance, he eventually gives in to being the gorilla's child.
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Daffy Duck Slept Here (1948)
Porky has trouble finding a hotel room since they're all packed. He finally gets a room but must share it with Daffy. Of course, Daffy's wackiness keeps Porky from sleep.
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Lucky Ducky (1948)
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Haredevil Hare (1948)
The first rabbit in space foils a Martian''''s plans to invade the Earth.
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Horsefly Fleas, A (1948)
A flea and his steed, a horse fly, look for a new home and end up on a dog that already has tenants.
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Slap-Happy Lion (1947)
A lion's fall from king of the beasts to being tormented and driven crazy by a mouse who narrates the tale.
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Gay Anties, The (1947)
While a romantic couple cuddle in the park, the ants sneak away the food from their picnic basket. Ants ski down an ice-cream Sundae, make dresses from the olives, and a string of hot-dogs are moved like a train.
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Catch as Cats Can (1947)
Sylvester and another jealous bird conspire together to take out another bird.
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Doggone Cats (1947)
A bulldog is given strict orders from his master to deliver a package to Uncle Louie. Sylvester and his buddy see a great opportunity to pester the cat-chasing bulldog.
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Goofy Gophers (1947)
A watchdog guarding a vegetable patch spots the Goofy Gophers stocking up on food. He has to stop them but he gets a shovel in the face, a pumpkin on his head and a hot foot.
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Easter Yeggs (1947)
Bugs helps out the exhausted Easter bunny by taking his place for the day. Elmer Fudd waits at his house ready to make rabbit stew.
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Red Hot Rangers (1947)
George and Junior are forest rangers that try to keep the fires out in the woods.
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Pest in the House, A (1947)
A tired businessman goes to Elmer's hotel for some peace and quiet. The only problem is that Daffy is a bellman who doesn't know how to be quiet. Every time the businessman is disturbed he hits Elmer, which turns out to be a lot.
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King-Size Canary (1947)
A hungry cat uses some Jumbo Gro on a scrawny canary to plump him up but soon all the domestic pets are using the elixir to grow big.
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Little Orphan Airedale (1947)
Rags McMutt escapes from the city pound and runs into his old friend Charlie. Charlie tells him how he found an owner so that Rags can hopefully find one too.
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Hobo Bobo (1947)
Bobo's dream is to join the circus. He decides to leave the jungle by sneaking onto a boat, but his attempts to get on the boat fail. When he paints himself pink, he finally succeeds and gets to the circus.
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Foxy Duckling, The (1947)
An insomniac fox reads a book proclaiming the cure to his problems is to use a pillow with duck down feathers. Anxious to cure his insomnia, he tries to catch a duck but they always seem to be just out of reach.
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Hound Hunters (1947)
The hoboes George and Junior try to get jobs as dog-catchers but one of them is afraid of dogs.
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Slick Hare (1947)
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Hare Grows in Manhattan, A (1947)
Now a Hollywood star, Bugs tells a reporter of his humble beginnings on the east side of New York. His story recounts his escape from a gang of dogs and how he appropriately dealt with them.
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Scent-imental Over You (1947)
Stealing a skunk''''s pelt wins a Mexican hairless an unwanted suitor.
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Baby Bottleneck (1946)
A post-war baby-boom era overworks the stork and faulty deliveries are made. Daffy Duck and Porky Pig are then hired as assistants but this leads to more problems than good.
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Book Revue (1946)
Books in a bookshop come to life and have a jam session.
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Hollywood Canine Canteen (1946)
A fast-paced collection of spot gags at the USO Canteen for the pets of Hollywood stars, all drawn as dogs.
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Bacall to Arms (1946)
A Hollywood wolf goes wild in the theaters over his heart throb actor, Laurie Becool.
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Daffy Doodles (1946)
Porky investigates rumors of a mustache maniac who paints mustaches on every picture. It turns out to be Daffy.
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Hair-Raising Hare (1946)
A mad scientist sends a sexy rabbit-robot to lure Bugs in as food for his monster. Bugs follows the robot but when he's face to face with the monster, the long chase begins!
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Kitty Kornered (1946)
Porky gets thrown out of his own house at night by his cats. When Porky gets back inside he finds all the cats and threatens them with his dog. Most of the cats run away until Sylvester comes up with a plan to keep the house for themselves. All the cats dress up like martians and wake Porky from a deep sleep only to scare him enough that he runs outside and the house is theirs again.
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Great Piggy Bank Robbery, The (1946)
Daffy falls asleep reading Dick Tracy comics and becomes Dick Twacy in his dreams. It's up to him to figure out where all the piggy banks went. When he finally does he is confronted by a large number of villains who he beats.
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Hush My Mouse (1946)
At Tuffy's Tavern, tough guy Edward G. Robincat comes in for today's special, Mouse Knuckles. Tavern keeper Art sends his moronic flunky Filligan to catch the over-talkative little Sniffles Mouse.
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Eager Beaver, The (1946)
Eager Beaver is a goofy, ski-capped chap, who is so eager for wood he chops down phone poles. He chews down a giant tree on top the local mountain in order to finish the dam.
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Fair and Wormer (1946)
An apple is chased by a worm who is chased by a crow who is chased by a cat who is chased by a dog who is pursued by a canine-catcher who is being chased by his wife.
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Henpecked Hoboes (1946)
George and Junior are two hungry hoboes looking for a chicken dinner but they run into difficulties trying to catch a hen.
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Trap Happy Porky (1945)
Porky Pig is asleep at a tourist lodge when he is awakened by crashing noises. He goes into the kitchen to find two mice breaking dishes, so Porky sets up traps all over to catch the mice . . . with hilarious results!
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Wagon Heels (1945)
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Odor-Able Kitty (1945)
A tomcat dresses up like a skunk because he thinks it will be easier to get food that way. What he actually does is attract the attention of Pepe LePew who chases him all over the land.
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Fresh Airedale (1945)
A greedy mischievous dog that puts itself in the right place at the right time to steal credit from others and receive under-served food and praise.
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Ain't That Ducky (1945)
Daffy makes an attempt to protect a young duckling from a hunter. Daffy's efforts end up making him the new target of the hunter.
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Hare Trigger (1945)
Sam holds-up a train and challenges Bugs to draw a gun. They both sketch guns but Bugs tells Sam his drawing stinks. Bugs and Sam run all around the train entering all sorts of strange rooms and Bugs tricks Sam into thinking he's bleeding to death with red ink.
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Hare Conditioned (1945)
Bugs gets chased all around the department store he works at when he's told by the store official that he's being transferred to the taxidermy department to be stuffed.
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Screwy Truant (1945)
Screwy Squirrel decides to go fishing instead of going to school and the truant officer dog goes tries to find out why.
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Gruesome Twosome, A (1945)
Two cats seek out a bird so they can get a sexy female feline's attention. Their target becomes Tweety, but he beats the senses out of them with a sledgehammer. The cats then try posing as a pantomime horse but Tweety puts a bee in their costume.
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Draftee Daffy (1945)
A drafter comes to Daffy's house to draft him. Daffy has to figure out how to escape him but just keeps appearing everywhere.
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Hare Tonic (1945)
Elmer Fudd takes Bugs home for his rabbit stew. Bugs replicates a radio announcement saying that all rabbits purchased in the past few days have rabbititus. In a frenzied state, Fudd tries to rid himself of the rabbit but Bugs just won't go away.
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Holiday for Shoestrings (1945)
Jake needs help at for his shoe repair store. One night as he sleeps, little Fudd-like elves visit him to construct shoes. An Indian snake-charmer elf ties snake-like laces while an ice-skating elf creates insoles.
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Hare Force (1944)
On a cold snowy night a frozen Bugs gets taken in by a kind old lady and set by the fireplace. The woman's dog can only think of ways to kill the rabbit and a war begins between the two for who gets the boot outside to the shivering cold.
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Angel Puss (1944)
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What's Cookin' Doc? (1944)
Bugs Bunny tries to change the minds of the Academy Awards voters when they award James Cagney an Oscar instead of him.
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Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears (1944)
The three bears set a trap to catch Goldilocks but their carrot soup attracts Bugs Bunny early on and he grows wise to their plans.
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Innertube Antics (1944)
Embarrassed by his small rubber donation to the war effort a homeowner looks for more and finds an inner tube in his backyard that is half-buried but proves more difficult to excavate than he first thought.
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Big Heelwatha (1944)
The chief promises the hand of his daughter if Big Heel-Watha can bring back an animal of some kind to the meat deprived tribe but unfortunately the first animal he encounters is Screwy Squirrel.
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Birdy and the Beast (1944)
Tweety wreaks havoc on an unsuspecting cat.
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Little Red Riding Rabbit (1944)
Riding Hood takes Bugs over to Granny's house and finds a note to leave Bugs at the door. The wolf tries to eat Bugs but never succeeds.
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Brother Brat (1944)
Porky has a rough time taking care of a war-time infant.
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From Hand to Mouse (1944)
A lion gets suckered into letting a mouse go free after the mouse promised it will save his life one day. The mouse reminds the lion of the promise each time when he's in trouble. But one day this all pays off for the lion.
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Batty Baseball (1944)
A spoof about baseball where the gags continually rise to the level of complete exaggeration.
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Cat Came Back, The (1944)
A mother mouse warns her children to beware of cats while a mother cat trains her kittens to attack mice. However, one mouse and one kitten sneak out, meet and become friends.
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Tree Surgeon, The (1944)
Doctor Donkey is a tree surgeon and accidentally injects himself with a hypodermic needle as he tries to treat a sick sequoia.
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Buckaroo Bugs (1944)
The masked marauder strikes again! A local dopey-hero is hired to catch the villain. Bugs gives the hero a hard time until he realizes the masked marauder is Bugs!
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Plane Daffy (1944)
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Hare Ribbin' (1944)
A Russian dialect dog wants a rabbit sandwich out of Bugs who pretends to be a sexy mermaid and beats the dog with his tail. Eventually Bugs makes a sandwich out of himself and as soon as the dog takes a bite Bugs pretends to be dying.
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Booby Hatched (1944)
A mother duck has trouble finding one her half-hatched eggs, which has walked off into trouble.
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War Dogs (1943)
An army canine unit goes through a training regime but Private Smiley doesn't seem to get the hang of it.
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One Ham's Family (1943)
The big bad wolf dresses up as Santa Claus to try to get a ham dinner from a family of pigs but has trouble dealing with the family's problem child.
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Flop Goes the Weasel (Do Not Use) (1943)
Foggy and Br'er Dog can't stand each other, and they use the weasels in their fights. The weasels are easily talked into doing things for either side and end up in the middle of every fight.
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Red Hot Riding Hood (1943)
Instead of the forest, Grandma lives in the city in this altered version of the classic tale of Red Riding Hood.
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Daffy, the Commando (1943)
Daffy is a commando that parachutes into Germany and causes all kinds of trouble for enemy soldiers.
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Wise Quacking Duck, The (1943)
Mr. Meek has the job of killing Daffy Duck for his wife to cook for dinner. However, Daffy will not go easily.
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Falling Hare (1943)
A gremlin hijacks a World War II bomber, and Bugs must stop him before the gremlin does some serious damage.
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Who Killed Who? (1943)
A detective tries to investigate a murder at a haunted house.
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Bah Wilderness (1943)
Barney Bear decides to spend a quiet night in the wild during a camping trip but, unfortunately for him, there are plenty of nocturnal animals that do their best to deny him any sleep.
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Boy and the Wolf (1943)
A boy herding sheep plays a prank on his dog, pretending to be a wolf, but the prank backfires when later on a real wolf shows up.
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Corny Concerto, A (1943)
A parody of Disney's Fantasia set in Corny-Gee Hall. Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny act out a play from A Tale of Vienna Woods.
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Greetings Bait (1943)
A fisherman lowers his line into the water with the Wacky Worm as bait. The Wacky Worm puts on a bathing cap and goes to the bottom to coax fish into grabbing the bait and getting hooked on the fishing line.
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What's Buzzin' Buzzard? (1943)
Two hungry vultures resort to cannibalism in their desperation.
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Fifth Column Mouse (1943)
A devilish cat enslaves all mice in the house to do his bidding. The mice eventually get together to overthrow the cat.
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Super Rabbit (1943)
When Bugs eats a special carrot, he gets super powers that help him battle a famous rabbit hunter.
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Aristo Cat, The (1943)
Pussy the pampered cat is left to fend for himself when his owner and servant abandon him. Alone, Pussy learns what it means to be a real cat as he faces threats from tricky mice and a loud dog.
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Fin 'N Catty (1943)
A frustrated cat tries to get the goldfish out of its bowl but the goldfish keeps fighting back.
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Hiss & Make Up (1943)
Roscoe the dog and Wellington the cat fight all night. While granny sleeps, they try to set each other up for punishment. Wellington leaves dirty dog prints all over the house and Roscoe lets loose lots of mechanical mice.
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Stork's Holiday, The (1943)
The stork has problems with anti-aircraft guns when trying to deliver babies in World War II Germany.
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Double Chaser (1942)
A cat chasing a mouse is chased by a bulldog.
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Hop, Skip and a Chump (1942)
Two crows try to catch a grasshopper who is much more difficult to catch than the crows imagined.
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Horton Hatches the Egg (1942)
A cartoon based on Dr. Seuss, about Horton, the elephant who promised he'd babysit a bird's eggs. Horton gets captured by some hunters,but that does not stop him from sitting on the eggs, until they hatch into elephant birds.
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Hare-Brained Hypnotist, The (1942)
Elmer Fudd stalks Bugs trying to use hypnotism to get Bugs. Bugs turns it around on Fudd hypnotizing him into thinking he's a rabbit.
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Chips Off the Old Block (1942)
A tomcat named Butch has a delivery of kittens left on his doorstep and he spends his time trying to hide the mischief making kittens from his owner.
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Hold the Lion, Please! (1942)
It seems the whole animal kingdom make fun of the lion as a has-been. Anxious to prove them wrong, the lion decides to try and catch a rabbit.
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Case of the Missing Hare (1942)
Bugs ruins a magician's theatre act.
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Ding Dog Daddy (1942)
A love-stricken dog mistakes a statue in the garden as his lover. The local bulldog keeps kicking him out but he just keeps trying to get back in.
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Bats in the Belfry (1942)
A trio of musically inclined bats eagerly show why they are associated with being crazy.
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Hungry Wolf, The (1942)
A wolf is torn between hunger and his affection for a young rabbit.
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Dover Boys (1942)
The Dover Boys are the most popular fellows at Pimento University. They are playing hide and seek with Dainty Dora Standpipe when she gets kidnapped. It's up to the Dover Boys to rescue her.
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Hep Cat, The (1942)
A dog tries to lure a cat in with a sexy-cat puppet. The cat, struck with love, breaks out in a variety of songs.
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Early Bird Dood It!, The (1942)
A worm enlists the help of a cat to get rid of the bird who chases him each morning.
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Conrad the Sailor (1942)
Daffy gives Conrad Cat a hard time on board the deck of a navy ship. Conrad Cat gives chase to Daffy.
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Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (1942)
Beakey Buzzard's mother sends him out on a mission to bring back a rabbit for their nest. He's in for trouble when he chooses Bugs as his target.
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Draft Horse, The (1942)
A desperate horse tries all sorts of acts to impress an army sergeant but fails.
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Fresh Hare (1942)
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Crazy Cruise (1942)
This parody of a travelogue stops at numerous destinations including the Caribbean, the Swiss Alps and the Pyramids.
251.
First Swallow, The (1942)
The story of a single swallow resting from a southern flight that brings about the famed migration to the mission at San Juan Capistrano.
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Fox Pop (1942)
A fox is convinced by listening to the radio that he'll be soon skinned and worn as a fashionable clothing article. In a strange twist of fate, he ends up trying to get into the Sterling Silver Fox Fur farm.
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Little Gravel Voice (1942)
The ear-splitting brays of a little burro prevent any other young animals from befriending him.
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Bird Came C.O.D., The (1942)
Conrad Cat gets himself into more trouble than he bargained for when he plays around with a magic hat.
258.
Foney Fables (1942)
A narrator opens a book of fairy tales and on each page is a new story.
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Aloha Hooey (1942)
A crow and a seagull meet up as stowaways on a cruise to the tropics. Upon arrival, they fall for a local tropic girl and vie for her attention.
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Farm Frolics (1941)
A variety of farm animal gags including a show horse that can gallop and cantor.
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Goofy Groceries (1941)
Late at night in the grocery store, all the products and character labels come to life. One of the gorillas from the animal crackers box escapes and it's up to the Navy beans, turtles from turtle soup, and a bunny to stop him.
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Cagey Canary, The (1941)
A cat tries to get a canary out of its cage in a Sylvester and Tweety fashion.
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Brave Little Bat, The (1941)
Sniffle's car breaks down in a storm. He find's shelter in a nearby windmill where he meets Batty.
269.
Bug Parade (1941)
A series of spot gags based on little-known facts in the world of insects.
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Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt (1941)
Bugs Bunny has a run in with Hiawatha who tries his best to catch the rabbit to eat.
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Abdul the Bulbul Ameer (1941)
Taken from a famous folk song recounting the fight between Abdul & Ivan Skivinsky Skivar.
275.
Elmer's Pet Rabbit (1941)
Elmer buys a rabbit that he pitied seeing in the pet store. The rabbit turns out to be Bugs and makes Elmer's life a living nightmare.
276.
Heckling Hare, The (1941)
A dopey dog goes sniffing down Bug's hole to find a rabbit. While he digs, Bugs comes out and watches. The bunny gives him a big kiss on the face and the dog chases after him in hot pursuit.
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Fighting 69 1/2th, The (1941)
The red and black ants declare war on each other over the leftovers from a picnic.
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Toy Trouble (1941)
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Hollywood Steps Out (1941)
A Hollywood caricature spot-gag cartoon that begins with a shot of Hollywood at night, the spotlights swaying to the conga beat. We then truck in Circo's where dinners are $50.
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Field Mouse, The (1941)
A lazy field mouse proves his worth to his grandfather by rescuing him from a thresher.
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Crackpot Quail, The (1941)
A goofy dog decides to go off hunting for quails. He runs into a wise-guy quail similar to Bugs Bunny, who gives him similar trouble.
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Early Worm Gets the Bird, The (1940)
A hungry fox tries to eat a little black bird that got up early to catch a worm.
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Mrs. Ladybug (1940)
With too many children to handle a mother ladybug puts out an ad for a maid.
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Tom Turkey and His Harmonica Humdingers (1940)
Tom Turkey and His Harmonica Humdingers wreck a general store playing their instruments to the dismay of the owner.
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Papa Gets the Bird (1940)
Papa Bear, in an effort to prove he is worthwhile, decides to give Mama Bear's pet canary a bath with disastrous results.
293.
Milky Way, The (1940)
Three kittens aren't given any milk as punishment for misbehaving so they sail to the Milky Way using a hot air balloon.
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Egg Collector, The (1940)
Sniffles and his friend the bookworm read about barn owls. The bookworm tells Sniffles where they can find one and they go searching for it. Unfortunately, they run into the owl.
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Gallopin' Gals (1940)
Maggie is a horse in a race against stronger, prettier competition where the other contestant horses are portrayed as catty, gossiping women.
296.
Rainy Day, A (1940)
Papa Bear is persuaded by Mama Bear to fix the roof but a storm makes it difficult.
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Good Night Elmer (1940)
Elmer Fudd makes a buffoon of himself when he tries to go to bed one night. He's so clumsy, that it's frustratingly painful to watch.
300.
Holiday Highlights (1940)
A series of spot gags for American holidays. On New Years day an infant baby shouts Happy New Year! Easter has a vicious fox, meekly asking the Easter bunny for an Easter egg, and for April Fools the picture is blank!
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Busy Bakers (1940)
Swenson, the town baker has hardly any bakery goods nor anyone to sell them to. When Swenson gives his last doughnut to a blind man, he is blessed with a store full of bakery goods.
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Ceiling Hero (1940)
A variety of spot gags on air travel such as a pilot who just gets his license shown with a license plate attached the to the back of the plane.
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Gander at Mother Goose, A (1940)
A collection of spot gags on nursery rhymes. Jack and Jill go up the hill but don't come back down. Little Miss Muffet is so ugly she scares the spider away.
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Confederate Honey (1940)
Elmer Fudd is a southern gentleman courting his girl during the U.S. Civil War.
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Elmer's Candid Camera (1940)
A photographer''''s nature shots are compromised by a rascally rabbit.
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Wild Hare, The (1940)
While hunting rabbits, Elmer Fudd comes across Bugs Bunny who tricks and harasses the hunter.
312.
Circus Today (1940)
A slap stick collection of circus gags.
313.
Home on the Range (1940)
A calf ventures out into the dark forest at night and needs to be rescued from a hungry wolf by the other animals.
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Cross Country Detours (1940)
A spot-gag travelogue spoof taking us to Yosemite National Park and other places such as the Grand Canyon.
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Bookworm Turns, The (1940)
A crazed Dr. Jekyll switches out the brain of a crow for that of a bookworm.
316.
Romeo in Rhythm (1940)
The classic romance of Romeo and Juliet in this version is set to Jazz.
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Ghost Wanted (1940)
A little ghost replies to a Haunt Ad to apply for a position in haunting at a mansion house. A fat ghost interviews him for the position and decides to scare the little ghost.
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One Mother's Family (1939)
A hen takes her chicks for a walk and has a difficult time keeping them all out of harm's way.
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Sniffles and the Bookworm (1939)
Literary characters in a bookstore serenade a mouse after hours.
322.
Bars and Stripes Forever (1939)
A romp on life in jail. Prisoner's break out into songs, and try to escape from prison.
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Old Glory (1939)
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Good Egg, The (1939)
This is a story of an orphan turtle who has been shunned by his chicken family and has to prove himself to everyone with a heroic deed.
325.
Dog Gone Modern (1939)
Two dogs move into a house that is maintained by machines. The only problem is the machines can't distinguish that their dogs. The dishwasher grabs one of the dogs and washes it, and the other dog gets folded by the folding machine.
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Hamateur Night (1939)
A night for amateur acts at the local Warner Brothers theatre. Various acts go up from a wide variety of talent such as super small insect that sings to an opera bird. Egghead goes up and wins.
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Prest-O, Change-O (1939)
Two puppies run afoul of a magician''''s rabbit in a haunted house.
328.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears (1939)
Papa bear is a bit accident prone and somewhat cowardly in this version of the classic tale.
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Dangerous Dan McFoo (1939)
The Shooting of Dan McGrew is parodied with a climatic fighting scene and shootout.
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Gold Rush Daze (1939)
A city slicker looking for gold stops at a desert gas station. Upon his arrival we go through flashback gags of looking for gold. Such as panning for goldfish and cooking a pot of gold bullion soup.
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Detouring America (1939)
Take an educational tour of the United States filled with spot gags of political figures of the time and national landmarks.
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Fagin's Freshman (1939)
A little kitten named Blackie dreams of cops and robbers and joins the ranks of the gangsters but in doing so gets deep into trouble.
336.
Hobo Gadget Band (1939)
A gang of tramps head for a local radio station to make some extra cash performing music.
337.
Sioux Me (1939)
339.
Curious Puppy, The (1939)
A curious dog gets into a lot of trouble when he enters an amusement park after it's closed.
340.
Seal Skinners (1939)
The Captain and crew are after a runaway seal but the must deal with a pirate gang to get the reward.
341.
Fresh Fish (1939)
Blackout gags about funny fish with funny names intercut with a linking story concerning the renowned Professor Mackerel Fishsticks.
342.
Blue Danube, The (1939)
Placid landscapes are seen, along with a family of swans as a conductor leads the title tune.
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Art Gallery (1939)
Statues, paintings and other works of art come to life as night falls over an art gallery and they find themselves in trouble as some attempt to set fire to a picture of Rome.
346.
Day at the Zoo, A (1939)
A variety of zoo gags grouped by the sections of animals.
347.
Wanted: No Master (1939)
J.R. the Wonder Dog gets his master to answer an ad for marriage by using a picture of a pretty girl.
348.
Believe It or Else (1939)
A montage of believe-it-or-not gags.
349.
Mama's New Hat (1939)
Hans and Fritz buy Mama a hat for Mother's Day but accidentally drop it into dirty water so they swipe a hat from a horse which results in a chase.
350.
Petunia Natural Park (1939)
The Captain and crew head out to Petunia National Park to spend a day with Mother Nature.
351.
Bookworm, The (1939)
A raven tries to catch a bookworm for dinner in a library but as the chase continues literary figures and characters from horror books come to life to join the escapade.
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Mad Maestro, The (1939)
A maestro conducts an orchestra of various animals but some of them aren't very good at following his directions.
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Poultry Pirates (1938)
The Captain dreams about chasing the local animals out of his vegetable garden and getting into a confrontation with an angry rooster.
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Old Smokey (1938)
Old Smokey, the faithful fire horse, is in trouble of being replaced by a new engine.
357.
What a Lion (1938)
The Captain and the Inspector are out hunting lions in Africa but they run into trouble with a costumed lion and a real one.
359.
Honduras Hurricane (1938)
A battle between roosters as Captain Katzenjammer must hope his rooster can defeat Long John Silver's rooster, the wild Honduras Hurricane, or lose his house.
360.
Cinderella Meets Fella (1938)
A series of satirical gags having fun with the Cinderella story.
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Have You Got Any Castles (1938)
An illustrated come-to-life musical of famous book characters full of music, gags, and graphics.
364.
Daffy Duck in Hollywood (1938)
Daffy creates chaos at a Hollywood Studio, Wonder Pictures.
366.
Captain's Pup (1938)
Mama doesn't want a dog in the house but the Captain buys a puppy from Pete's Pooch Palace.
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Day at the Beach, A (1938)
A day at the beach for the Captain, his family, and the Inspector.
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Blue Monday (1938)
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Cleaning House (1938)
The Captain wants to get out of his share of house work so he pretends to be sick but unfortunately for him Mama calls for the doctor to give him a physical.
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Captain's Christmas, The (1938)
As a surprise to the kids, the Captain is going to dress up as Santa Claus but the pirate villain John takes his place.
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Count Me Out (1938)
Egghead takes boxing lessons and ends up facing a boxing champ!
377.
Feud There Was, A (1938)
As two neighboring families wage war, Egghead rolls by and tries to bring peace to this meaningless war. Enraged, the two families team up to get Egghead.
379.
The Night Watchman (1938)
A kitten replaces his father as night watchman.
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Buried Treasure (1938)
Captain Kidd's buried treasure is the prize as a group of characters try to outdo one another to claim it.
384.
Daffy Duck and Egghead (1938)
Daffy and Egghead struggle with each other in a very Elmer Fudd and Bugs fashion.
385.
Winning Ticket (1938)
John Silver tries to steal a winning lottery ticket from the Captain and the Kids by dressing up as a frail, old woman.
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Pipe Dreams (1938)
Three monkeys spend some time exploring a tobacco shop.
388.
Cracked Ice (1938)
Comedy ensues as a group of animals hit the ice skating rink.
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Sweet Sioux (1937)
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Wayward Pups (1937)
Escaping from their yard, two small puppies go on an exploring adventure through the suburb where they live.
393.
He Was Her Man (1937)
An all mouse cast does a spoof on the song "Frankie and Johnny".
394.
Hound and the Rabbit, The (1937)
A hunting dog befriends a rabbit.
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Fella with a Fiddle, The (1937)
Grandpa Mouse tells his grandchildren a story of greed and lust of a mouse that made a fortune from pretending to be blind and playing the violin.
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Ain't We Got Fun (1937)
A cat defends his master's home from a group of mischievous mice.
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Dog Daze (1937)
A parody-gag of typical dog shows.
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Egghead Rides Again (1937)
Egghead goes out to the west in hopes of becoming a cowboy. Unfortunately, he is faced with some cowboy tests that he simply cannot handle.
410.
Swing Wedding (1937)
Minnie the Moocher gets married and a bunch of frogs perform the music numbers.
412.
Boulevardier from the Bronx (1936)
The lead pitcher of one baseball team falls for the girl of the other team's leader. Both star players vie for the affection of the girl in the game against each other.
413.
Pups' Picnic, The (1936)
Two puppies at a picnic end up getting involved in a fox hunt.
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Bingo Crosbyana (1936)
A charactization of Bing Crosby as a fly, who comes down to woo all the other insects with his singing talent, and aerial skills.
416.
Pup's Christmas, The (1936)
Two pups experience their very first Christmas and are both excited and fascinated.
417.
Flowers for Madame (1936)
An ugly, ostricized cactus saves the day when a fire engulfs Flower Town.
418.
Don't Look Now (1936)
Cupid and the little devil vie for emotional control over a bear couple throwing them back and forth between love and hate.
419.
Coo-Coo Nut Grove, The (1936)
A variety of movie stars as animals play out gags at the posh Hollywood nightspot, the Coo Coo Nut Grove.
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Early Bird and the Worm (1936)
A young bird tries to get a head start on his worm neighbor by getting up early each morning.
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Little Beau Porky (1936)
Porky Pig is a camel scrubber in the French Foreign Legion who takes on the evil Ali Mode and Arab minions and winds up an unexpected hero.
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Miss Glory (1936)
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To Spring (1936)
Old Man Winter fights to keep the spring from coming as he battles a group of elves in charge of adding color back to the landscape.
430.
Two Little Pups (1936)
Two energetic puppies harass and get harassed by a big chicken that gets over a wall separating their two properties.
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When I Yoo Hoo (1936)
Lines are dawn in a country town between two feuding families of barn animals, the Weavers and the Matthews. The sheriff of the town says the feud will be ended by a rooster fight in which the losers will leave the town.
433.
Alias St. Nick (1935)
A cat, dressed up as Santa Claus, tries to fool Mrs. Mouse and her family of mice on Christmas Eve but Little Cheeser doesn't believe in St. Nick and has doubts about the imposter.
434.
Honeyland (1935)
The utopia of Honeyland is threatened by an evil spider when he captures a girl bee.
436.
Chinese Nightingale (1935)
A musical number about the Chinese Emperor who likes a beautiful nightingale's song but makes the bird feel rejected when a mechanical bird arrives from Japan.
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Billboard Frolics (1935)
Billboard icons and advertisements characters come to life.
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When the Cat's Away (1935)
The house cat is out on a date and the mice and cockroaches celebrate by looting the kitchen.
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Calico Dragon, The (1935)
A little girl's doll and stuffed animals come to life after being read a fairy tale using the landscape of her bed as their world.
444.
Barnyard Babies (1935)
A baby contest is going on in the barn where all the barnyard animals' children compete in a talent contest but the rooster is left out because his baby is taking too much time to arrive so he tries to hurry the process along.
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Country Boy (1935)
A cute bunny rabbit film where Peter Rabbit is constantly causing trouble at the local farm with his youthful antics.
447.
Country Mouse (1935)
Elmer the country mouse boasts of being the strongest in the county. He believes in his strength so much that he enters a fighting competition.
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Honeymoon Hotel (1934)
We're invited to go to Bugtown as the little bugs sing song verses of Honeymoon Hotel. The focus is on a bug couple who get married and head off to Honeymoon Hotel where their love-making seems to be interrupted by everyone.
452.
Tale of the Vienna Woods (1934)
A statue of the mythical Pan comes to life and befriends a deer in the woods.
453.
Toyland Broadcast (1934)
The toys put on a musical special and the toy shop becomes their radio station.
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Dish Ran Away with the Spoon, The (1933)
Mister Spoon proposes to Miss Dish and they're going to get married but the dough monster steals Miss Dish. It's up to the collective good of all the dishes and silverware to save her.
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Young and Healthy (1933)
In 18th-century France, fat King Louis is bored to tears with the doddering old fogies who comprise his court. He discovers children outside playing and decides to join them.
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Crosby, Columbo and Vallee (1932)
Three crooners get on the nerves of a group of Native Americans by stealing the hearts of all the young women of the tribe.
471.
Great Big Bunch of You, A (1932)
Junkyard jive time where discarded store mannequins come to life to sing and dance.
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Pagan Moon (1932)
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Freddie the Freshman (1932)
Freddie the college freshman goes to an a-typical college. There are parties, singing and dancing as well as a final football game sequence.
476.
Goopy Geer (1932)
In a crowded nightclub, everyone comes to see Goopy Gear the star piano-playing dog. Goopy plays a few sets of songs, and the crowd dances along.
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You're Too Careless With Your Kisses (1932)
A domestic comedy about a comic drunkard husband and his plucky wife who has to go out and bring home the bacon when he comes home sloshed at the crack of dawn.
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Producer (special)

486.
Nelly's Folly (1961) as Producer

Animation (special)

487.
Nelly's Folly (1961) as Animator

Director (special)

488.
Bugs Bunny's Wild World of Sports (1989) as Director
In this animated special, Bugs Bunny and his Looney Tune friends compete for the title of "Sportsman of the Year."
489.
Bugs Bunny's Mad World of Television (1985) as Director
A compilation special that utilizes classic Warner Brothers footage of the mischievous Bugs Bunny. The QQTV Network decides to hire a new president, and Bugs Bunny is hired for the job.
490.
Bugs Bunny's Howl-O-Ween Special (1981) as Director
New animation and excerpts from theatrical cartoons are used to tell how Bugs Bunny falls into the clutches of the evil witch, Hazel, while trick-or-treating.
491.
Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over (1980) as Director
An animated special comprised of three vignettes. In the first, Bugs Bunny recalls his childhood where an infant Elmer Fudd is seen with his popgun waiting for the opening of "Wabbit Season." In the second episode, Bugs welcomes in Springtime and has an encounter with Marvin the Martian. The third s
492.
Bugs Bunny's Mystery Special (1980) as Director
The story relates Bugs Bunny's efforts to prove he is innocent of a daring daytime bank robbery--despite the persistent efforts of special agent Elmer Fudd to convict Bugs of the crime.
493.
Daffy Duck's Thanks-for-Giving (1980) as Director
When a resistant producer refuses to back a sequel to his 1953 cartoon classic "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century," Daffy fights for the opportunity to showcase is career by presenting excerpts from all his "great films of the past." Finally worn down, the producer allows Daffy to star in "The Retu
494.
Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tale (1979) as Sequence Director (Road Runner Segment)
Bugs Bunny spins three yuletide yarns: "A Christmas Carol (Bunny style)" with Porky Pig as Bob Cratchit, Yosemite Sam as Ebenezer Scrooge, and Tweetie Bird as Tiny Tim. The second tale relates Wile E. Coyote's attempts to catch himself a Christmas dinner -- the Road Runner. In the final story, the
495.
Bugs Bunny's Valentine Special (1979) as Director
Bugs Bunny is smitten with romance when shot with an arrow by Cupid (played by Elmer Fudd). Problems arise when Bugs falls head over heels with an electric rabbit at the dog track.
496.
Great Santa Claus Caper, The (1978) as Director
An animated Christmas special. Come-to-life ragdolls Raggedy Ann, her brother, Andy, and their sheep dog, Raggedy Arthur, battle the villanous Alexander Graham Wolf, who plans to take over Santa's workshop and turn it into a modernized factory that operates only for profit, not for charity.
497.
Bugs Bunny's Easter Special (1977) as Director
The story finds Bugs desperately seeking to find a replacement for the Easter Bunny, who is bedridden with a cold and unable to make his perennial Easter morning rounds.
498.
Bugs Bunny in Space (1977) as Director
A compilation of scenes from various Bugs Bunny adventures, all having something to do with outer space.
499.
Cricket in Times Square, The (1973) as Director
The story of Chester C. Cricket, a Connecticut cricket who possesses the ability to make any tune sound like a violin solo. Concerns his adventures as he travels to New York and becomes a star on Broadway.
500.
Horton Hears a Who (Do Not Use) (1970) as Director
An animated special based on the children's book by Dr. Seuss.
501.
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966) as Director
Bitter and hateful, the Grinch is irritated at the thought of the nearby village having a happy time celebrating Christmas. So disguised as Santa Claus with his dog Max made to look like a reindeer, he raids the village to steal all the Christmas things.

Writer (special)

502.
Bugs Bunny's Mad World of Television (1985) as Writer
A compilation special that utilizes classic Warner Brothers footage of the mischievous Bugs Bunny. The QQTV Network decides to hire a new president, and Bugs Bunny is hired for the job.
503.
Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over (1980) as Writer
An animated special comprised of three vignettes. In the first, Bugs Bunny recalls his childhood where an infant Elmer Fudd is seen with his popgun waiting for the opening of "Wabbit Season." In the second episode, Bugs welcomes in Springtime and has an encounter with Marvin the Martian. The third s
504.
Daffy Duck's Thanks-for-Giving (1980) as Writer
When a resistant producer refuses to back a sequel to his 1953 cartoon classic "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century," Daffy fights for the opportunity to showcase is career by presenting excerpts from all his "great films of the past." Finally worn down, the producer allows Daffy to star in "The Retu
505.
Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tale (1979) as Writer
Bugs Bunny spins three yuletide yarns: "A Christmas Carol (Bunny style)" with Porky Pig as Bob Cratchit, Yosemite Sam as Ebenezer Scrooge, and Tweetie Bird as Tiny Tim. The second tale relates Wile E. Coyote's attempts to catch himself a Christmas dinner -- the Road Runner. In the final story, the
506.
Great Santa Claus Caper, The (1978) as Writer
An animated Christmas special. Come-to-life ragdolls Raggedy Ann, her brother, Andy, and their sheep dog, Raggedy Arthur, battle the villanous Alexander Graham Wolf, who plans to take over Santa's workshop and turn it into a modernized factory that operates only for profit, not for charity.
507.
Cricket in Times Square, The (1973) as Writer
The story of Chester C. Cricket, a Connecticut cricket who possesses the ability to make any tune sound like a violin solo. Concerns his adventures as he travels to New York and becomes a star on Broadway.

Producer (special)

508.
Daffy Duck's Thanks-for-Giving (1980) as Producer
When a resistant producer refuses to back a sequel to his 1953 cartoon classic "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century," Daffy fights for the opportunity to showcase is career by presenting excerpts from all his "great films of the past." Finally worn down, the producer allows Daffy to star in "The Retu
509.
Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over (1980) as Producer
An animated special comprised of three vignettes. In the first, Bugs Bunny recalls his childhood where an infant Elmer Fudd is seen with his popgun waiting for the opening of "Wabbit Season." In the second episode, Bugs welcomes in Springtime and has an encounter with Marvin the Martian. The third s
510.
Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tale (1979) as Sequence Producer (Road Runner Segment)
Bugs Bunny spins three yuletide yarns: "A Christmas Carol (Bunny style)" with Porky Pig as Bob Cratchit, Yosemite Sam as Ebenezer Scrooge, and Tweetie Bird as Tiny Tim. The second tale relates Wile E. Coyote's attempts to catch himself a Christmas dinner -- the Road Runner. In the final story, the
511.
Great Santa Claus Caper, The (1978) as Producer
An animated Christmas special. Come-to-life ragdolls Raggedy Ann, her brother, Andy, and their sheep dog, Raggedy Arthur, battle the villanous Alexander Graham Wolf, who plans to take over Santa's workshop and turn it into a modernized factory that operates only for profit, not for charity.
512.
Cricket in Times Square, The (1973) as Producer
The story of Chester C. Cricket, a Connecticut cricket who possesses the ability to make any tune sound like a violin solo. Concerns his adventures as he travels to New York and becomes a star on Broadway.
513.
Dr. Seuss' Cat in the Hat (1971) as Producer
An animated special based on the Dr. Seuss children's story, "The Cat in the Hat," about two bored children and the cagey cat who enters their lives one rainy day to help them have fun in a wild, surreal fashion.
514.
Horton Hears a Who (Do Not Use) (1970) as Producer
An animated special based on the children's book by Dr. Seuss.
515.
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966) as Producer
Bitter and hateful, the Grinch is irritated at the thought of the nearby village having a happy time celebrating Christmas. So disguised as Santa Claus with his dog Max made to look like a reindeer, he raids the village to steal all the Christmas things.

Animation (special)

516.
Bugs Bunny's Overtures to Disaster (1991) as Original Animation Director ("Rabbit Of Seville") ("What'S Opera, Doc?") ("Baton Bunny")
An animated special with new animation sequences and scenes from classic Looney Tunes cartoons.
517.
Bugs Bunny's Wild World of Sports (1989) as Animation Director
In this animated special, Bugs Bunny and his Looney Tune friends compete for the title of "Sportsman of the Year."
518.
Bugs Bunny's Thanksgiving Diet (1979) as Animation Director
Bugs Bunny, as Dr. Bunny, advises his animated friends Porky Pig, Sylvester the Cat, and Millicent the Slobbovian Rabbit, who are stricken with anxieties over their culinary temptations during the Thanksgiving holiday season. He enlists the aid of his friends and foes Yosemite Sam, the Road Runner,
519.
Bugs Bunny's Valentine Special (1979) as Animation Director
Bugs Bunny is smitten with romance when shot with an arrow by Cupid (played by Elmer Fudd). Problems arise when Bugs falls head over heels with an electric rabbit at the dog track.

Misc. Crew (special)

520.
Chipmunk's Christmas, The (1982) as Creative Consultant
The story follows Alvin, leader of the Chipmunks, as he tries to help a seriously-ill boy enjoy the Christmas holidays.

Director (short)

521.
In the Aleutians (1945)
Private Snafu endures the harsh conditions on the Aleutian Islands.
522.
Private Snafu vs. Malaria Mike (1944)
Private Snafu pays for ignoring regulations that prevent malaria.
523.
Lecture on Camouflage, A (1944)
Private Snafu learns the secrets of camouflage the hard way.
524.
The Infantry Blues (1943)
Private Snafu learns that his problems in the infantry are common issues for all military men.
525.
Coming!! Snafu (1943)
The military''s goofiest recruit screws up everything assigned to him.

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