Cartoon Network Looney Tunes Schedule - Week of 11-16 - 11-20-09

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Postby Geezil » Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:24 pm

rrfan3267 wrote:It seems like the only footage that was cut was footage that referenced drinking or smoking. All the violent gags that used to be censored were left intact this time around (most notable in Baby Buggy Bunny).

Besides, there's not many cartoons that feature drugs or alcohol. And most of us have the full cartoons on the Golden Collection anyways. :)


As also mentioned elsewhere above, one notable exception in this marathon was "Scaredy Cat," from which all footage involving guns was excised (thus turning at least one scene into mincemeat, so to speak). :shame:
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Postby J. B. Warner » Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:24 pm

jonmayo15 wrote:That gag was trimmed before the short's release, and is believed to be lost.


I know the "Don't touch that dial" line was cut by the censors in 1946, I'm just saying that Cartoon Network trimmed the gag even further today.
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Postby cartoonfan4ever » Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:25 pm

Jon Cooke wrote:Random note: The Durante stork is still gone from "Baby Bottleneck". Umbriago!


Yet in A Gruesome Twosome, they kept the two gags where the cat shoots the dog.

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Postby PF9 » Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:41 pm

The score:

a.a.p. - 4 (Baseball Bugs, A Gruesome Twosome, A Corny Concerto, Baby Bottleneck)
WB-owned color - 3 (Baby Buggy Bunny, Beanstalk Bunny, Cat Feud)

Cat Feud is the first unscheduled cartoon on the 11 AM hour.
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~ - Foghorn Leghorn on cartoon censorship, from "Crowing Pains" (original line altered) ~

In other words, air the LT cartoons as they were originally released. I appreciate being able to watch them on TV again, but eventually CN needs to stop censoring them.

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Postby rrfan3267 » Mon Nov 16, 2009 4:31 pm

Geezil wrote:As also mentioned elsewhere above, one notable exception in this marathon was "Scaredy Cat," from which all footage involving guns was excised (thus turning at least one scene into mincemeat, so to speak). :shame:


Yeah, I caught that. I was referring to the cartoons they showed today.
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Postby jonmayo15 » Mon Nov 16, 2009 6:15 pm

J. B. Warner wrote:I know the "Don't touch that dial" line was cut by the censors in 1946, I'm just saying that Cartoon Network trimmed the gag even further today.
Okay, sorry didn't know.
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Postby The Silver Fox » Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:15 am

I did notice that the Censor of Baby Buggy Bunny, they did a good job of the edit on it, not like it was done years ago via CBS or Syndication ( the local Station near springs when they did show the LT (years before CN/Boomerang/TNT) did a crappy job of the edit of the gun that Finster had.

I was lucky, the Syndication on San Diego's XETV 6 ( before they had Fox/CW afflication) and after they left ABC ( 76 to 86 and still till i hear around 94) ran Unedited cartoons (wb/popeye/Woody/Rockey/Schooby)
in the early AM and after 2 pm, cause i remember watching an unedited baby bottleneck.

I wondering if there be a censor on Buckaroo on Wens, cause in the mid 80's WGN would edit this cartoon when it ran on there Bozo show.

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Postby Jon Cooke » Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:36 pm

Today's broadcast order:

Book Revue
The Bashful Buzzard
Canary Row
Big House Bunny
Cheese Chasers
Daffy Doodles
Hare-way to the Stars

Random notes: Oddly, no special bumpers today like there were yesterday.

Edits: Daffy and the wolf running through "Uncle Tom's Cabin" in "Book Revue". The 'hanging' scene is now gone from "Big House Bunny".

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Postby PF9 » Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:48 pm

the WB-owned color cartoons have evened this week's score:

WB: 4 (Big House Bunny, Canary Row, Cheese Chasers, Hare-way to the Stars)
a.a.p.: 3 (The Bashful Buzzard, Book Revue, Daffy Doodles)

it's now 7-all this week
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~ - Foghorn Leghorn on cartoon censorship, from "Crowing Pains" (original line altered) ~



In other words, air the LT cartoons as they were originally released. I appreciate being able to watch them on TV again, but eventually CN needs to stop censoring them.

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Postby Brandon Panther » Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:49 pm

Jon Cooke wrote:The 'hanging' scene is now gone from "Big House Bunny".

CN always edited that.
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