Cartoon Network Looney Tunes Listings - Week of 12-7 to 12-11-09

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Cartoon Network Looney Tunes Listings - Week of 12-7 to 12-11-09

Postby Jon Cooke » Fri Dec 04, 2009 9:29 am

Here's what we know so far (courtesy of CN's website):

Monday, Dec. 7:
Hurdy Gurdy Hare
Kitty Kornered
Operation: Rabbit
Itch In Time, An
Trap Happy Porky
Hare Force

Tuesday, Dec. 8:
Pest In The House, A
Past Perfumance
Hare Ribbin'
Life with Feathers
Porky & Daffy
Homeless Hare

Wednesday, Dec. 9:
Hold The Lion, Please!
I Love To Singa
Jack-Wabbit and The Beanstalk
Ready..Set..Zoom!
Heckling Hare
Porky in Wackyland

Thursday, Dec. 10:
Rocket-Bye Baby
Satan's Waitin'
High Diving Hare
Slick Hare
Speedy Gonzales
Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol

Friday, Dec. 11:
Rabbit of Seville
Rhapsody Rabbit
Long-Haired Hare
One Froggy Evening
What's Opera Doc
Rabbit Fire

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Postby Bugsy-Kun » Fri Dec 04, 2009 10:18 am

Jon Cooke wrote:Here's what we know so far (courtesy of CN's website):

Monday, Dec. 7:
Hurdy Gurdy Hare
Kitty Kornered
Operation: Rabbit
Itch In Time, An
Trap Happy Porky
Hare Force

Tuesday, Dec. 8:
Pest In The House, A
Past Perfumance
Hare Ribbin'
Life with Feathers
Porky & Daffy
Homeless Hare

Wednesday, Dec. 9:
Hold The Lion, Please!
I Love To Singa
Jack-Wabbit and The Beanstalk
Ready..Set..Zoom!
...

Thursday, Dec. 10:
Rocket-Bye Baby
Satan's Waitin'
High Diving Hare
Slick Hare
Speedy Gonzales
Bugs Bunny' Christmas Carol

Friday, Dec. 11:


Monday included "Hare Force"

Tuesday add "Homeless Hare"

Wednesday add "Porky and Daffy" and "The Heckling Hare" if my memory is good.

Thursday add "Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol".

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Postby LocoCrow » Fri Dec 04, 2009 11:07 am

Nice to see some :speedy: this week and some more :lepew: and :beepbeep:.
I guess CN thought that enough people were familiar with Bugs and Daffy by now.
I suppose Hare Ribbin' will have that censored ending. Some things CN just can't allow, I guess.
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Postby J. B. Warner » Fri Dec 04, 2009 12:25 pm

LocoCrow wrote:I suppose Hare Ribbin' will have that censored ending. Some things CN just can't allow, I guess.


If you're talking about the director's cut where Bugs shoots the dog in the mouth, that's never been shown on TV. (Personally, I think that ending is a hundred times funnier, but that's just me.)

But even in the theatrical cut, the cartoon ends with a suicide gag. I've never seen "Hare Ribbin'" on TV, actually - how have they edited its ending in the past?
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Postby Boy Wonder » Fri Dec 04, 2009 12:37 pm

Wow Jon, we thought this out almost at the exact same time!

As much as the late 40s and early 50s are the peak of WB cartoon making, I have a huge softspot for 1938-1943, and therefore, I cannot wait until next week.

BEWARE OF WRONG END MUSIC OF JACK-WABBIT!!!!
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Postby LocoCrow » Fri Dec 04, 2009 2:41 pm

J. B. Warner wrote:If you're talking about the director's cut where Bugs shoots the dog in the mouth, that's never been shown on TV. (Personally, I think that ending is a hundred times funnier, but that's just me.)

But even in the theatrical cut, the cartoon ends with a suicide gag. I've never seen "Hare Ribbin'" on TV, actually - how have they edited its ending in the past?


Actually, I was wondering that myself. How could they show either ending; the suicide or the murder? They're both pretty out there for CN. :confused:
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Postby The "Chase" » Fri Dec 04, 2009 2:50 pm

Allow me to explain the "Hare Ribbin" situation:

Murder or suicide, last time Cartoon Network aired it, it was cut, and I bet that'll be the print we'll see. From what I remember, after Bugs says "Do you mean it?", it quickly cuts to when the dog lays down in the ground after the suicide scene (you can tell they cut it because they didn't bother to "fix" the soundtrack).

Or, to help out further, the Bob McKimson animation scenes of Bugs handing the gun to the dog and the brief part of the dog falling right after that is cut out. Again, you can't miss it.

Hope that helps! :)

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Postby Matthew Hunter » Fri Dec 04, 2009 3:27 pm

LocoCrow wrote:Actually, I was wondering that myself. How could they show either ending; the suicide or the murder? They're both pretty out there for CN. :confused:


The way I remember it, The dog says "I wish I were dead!" and then it just cuts to the dog lying there dead and Bugs putting a little flower on him and swimming away. They completely remove any reference to guns.

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Postby LocoCrow » Fri Dec 04, 2009 9:57 pm

The "Chase" wrote:Allow me to explain the "Hare Ribbin" situation:

Murder or suicide, last time Cartoon Network aired it, it was cut, and I bet that'll be the print we'll see. From what I remember, after Bugs says "Do you mean it?", it quickly cuts to when the dog lays down in the ground after the suicide scene (you can tell they cut it because they didn't bother to "fix" the soundtrack).

Or, to help out further, the Bob McKimson animation scenes of Bugs handing the gun to the dog and the brief part of the dog falling right after that is cut out. Again, you can't miss it.

Hope that helps! :)

It does, thanks! :)
But doesn't that present a lot of confusion?… Well, this is CN we're talking.
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Postby PF9 » Sat Dec 05, 2009 3:53 am

This appears to be the final schedule:

Monday, Dec. 7:
Hurdy Gurdy Hare - WB-owned color cartoon
Kitty Kornered - a.a.p.
Operation: Rabbit - WB-owned color cartoon
Itch In Time, An - a.a.p.
Trap Happy Porky - a.a.p.
Hare Force - a.a.p.

Tuesday, Dec. 8:
Pest In The House, A - a.a.p.
Past Perfumance - WB-owned color cartoon
Hare Ribbin' - a.a.p.
Life with Feathers - a.a.p.
Porky & Daffy - Sunset (computer-colorized most likely)
Homeless Hare - WB-owned color cartoon

Wednesday, Dec. 9:
Hold The Lion, Please! - a.a.p.
I Love To Singa - a.a.p.
Jack-Wabbit and The Beanstalk - a.a.p.
Ready..Set..Zoom! - WB-owned color cartoon
Porky in Wackyland - Sunset (computer-colorized most likely)
The Heckling Hare - a.a.p.

Thursday, Dec. 10:
Rocket-Bye Baby - WB-owned color cartoon
Satan's Waitin' - WB-owned color cartoon
High Diving Hare - WB-owned color cartoon
Slick Hare - a.a.p.
Speedy Gonzales - WB-owned color cartoon
Bugs Bunny' Christmas Carol - post-1969

Friday, Dec. 11:
Rabbit of Seville - WB-owned color cartoon
Rhapsody Rabbit - a.a.p.
Long-Haired Hare - WB-owned color cartoon
One Froggy Evening - WB-owned color cartoon
What's Opera Doc - WB-owned color cartoon
Rabbit Fire - WB-owned color cartoon

14 WB-owned color cartoons
13 a.a.p.-owned cartoons
2 Sunset-owned cartoons (most likely to be comp-colorized)
1 post-1969 cartoon (after the classic era)

Cartoons which MAY air as a.a.p. versions: A Pest in the House and I Love to Singa
"Let's bury the hatch-, I say let's bury the hatchet, but not in our cartoons boy!"

~ - 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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