Cartoon Network Looney Tunes Listings: 11/30 to 12/04

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Postby LooneyFan » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:58 pm

oceansoul wrote:They seem to be obsessed with Tweety shorts.



Like I typed before, LT characters like Bugs, Tweety, etc. are probably the most recognizable characters the series has at this point. The viewers of CN had to have seen Bugs and/or Tweety somewhere in their life so far, probably most likely on a t-shirt.

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Postby Matthew Hunter » Sat Nov 28, 2009 11:51 pm

Someone is clearly programming this show to include the best and most recognizable cartoons. It's a nice mix of major and minor characters, and a good introduction to Looney Tunes for those who may not have seen them before. Nice to see Road Runner, Foghorn Leghorn and Pepe Le Pew on the list this week.

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Postby oceansoul » Sun Nov 29, 2009 2:35 am

LooneyFan wrote:Like I typed before, LT characters like Bugs, Tweety, etc. are probably the most recognizable characters the series has at this point. The viewers of CN had to have seen Bugs and/or Tweety somewhere in their life so far, probably most likely on a t-shirt.


Most recognizable along with Marvin, Taz and Lola Bunny. IMHO this shouldn't be a factor in these LT compilations. But of course that's not really a problem, I'm very happy that CN DOES air these instead of some modern [email="cr@p"]cr@p[/email].
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Postby PF9 » Sun Nov 29, 2009 7:52 pm

November 30:
Easter Yeggs - a.a.p.
Birds Anonymous - WB-owned color cartoon
Haredevil Hare - a.a.p.
Bowery Bugs - WB-owned color cartoon
Boyhood Daze - WB-owned color cartoon
Fast And Furry-ous - WB-owned color cartoon

December 1:
Foxy by Proxy - WB-owned color cartoon
For Scentimental Reasons - WB-owned color cartoon
Buccaneer Bunny - a.a.p.
Drip Along Daffy - WB-owned color cartoon
Fowl Weather - WB-owned color cartoon
Don't Give Up the Sheep - WB-owned color cartoon

December 2:
The Impatient Patient - Sunset (computer-colorized most likely)
Hair-Raising Hare - a.a.p.
Honey-Mousers - WB-owned color cartoon
Duck! Rabbit! Duck! - WB-owned color cartoon
Hen House Henry - WB-owned color cartoon
Bunny Hugged - WB-owned color cartoon

December 3:
Home Tweet Home - WB-owned color cartoon
From A to Z-Z-Z-Z - WB-owned color cartoon
Bully for Bugs - WB-owned color cartoon
Hare Grows in Manhattan, A - a.a.p.
Jumpin Jupiter - WB-owned color cartoon
Much Ado About Nutting - WB-owned color cartoon

December 4:
I Taw A Putty Tat - a.a.p.
Often An Orphan - WB-owned color cartoon
Hop, Look And Listen - a.a.p.
Hare Conditioned - a.a.p.
Haredevil Hare - a.a.p.
The Old Grey Hare - a.a.p.

19 WB-owned color cartoons will air, the most of any TV package this week. 9 a.a.p.-owned cartoons will air (one of them twice), and the last will be from the Sunset Productions package - most likely as a computer-colorized version.
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Postby Jon Cooke » Sun Nov 29, 2009 8:06 pm

It will be interesting to see which version of "Impatient Patient" will air. I honestly only remember the computer-colorzied version airing as part of the Norm McCabe episode of Toonheads.

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Postby Jon Cooke » Mon Nov 30, 2009 11:35 am

Random notes for today - The special LT show bumpers are back today. Also, "Boyhood Daze" ran unedited.

Broadcast order:

Bowery Bugs
Birds Anonymous
Boyhood Daze
Easter Yeggs
Fast and Furry-ous
Haredevil Hare

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Postby rrfan3267 » Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:44 am

Buccaneer Bunny was untouched, but they did quite the hackjob on For Scent-imental Reasons. This was never my favorite Pepe cartoon to begin with, and with them removing the glass case/attempted suicide gag, there's virtually nothing left to the cartoon.
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Postby oceansoul » Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:48 am

rrfan3267 wrote:Buccaneer Bunny was untouched, but they did quite the hackjob on For Scent-imental Reasons. This was never my favorite Pepe cartoon to begin with, and with them removing the glass case/attempted suicide gag, there's virtually nothing left to the cartoon.


Oh my, how DARE they remove the best scene from that cartoon? :mad:

Anyway, out of curiousity, which PLP cartoon is your favourite?
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Four to.... GERONIMO!

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Postby rrfan3267 » Tue Dec 01, 2009 12:06 pm

My personal favorite has always been Touche and Go. But I really like Two Scents Worth and A Scent of the Matterhorn as well.:lepew:
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Postby Brandon Panther » Tue Dec 01, 2009 12:37 pm

The Cat's Bah is my favorite Pepe short.

"If you're a camel, you soon learn to put up with anything."

I also like the one with the small dog dressed as a skunk. I always liked how out of all the classic Pepe shorts (not counting his debut "Odor-able Kitty", or the oddball Davis short "Odor of the Day"), this one is sgnificantly different both in plot formula, and ending.
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