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Daffy rules as the The Wizard

Daffy rules as The Wizard on Cartoon Network's The Looney Tunes Show

It’s certainly not “Duck Season!” Through the decades, Daffy has been an adventurer and comedian, but we don’t ever recall him inheriting super human powers and immensely powerful magic abilities. At least, not yet this season. And, with all that said, here he is, starring in this week’s Merrie Melodies short on The Looney Tunes Show as The Wizard. The animated short will appear as part of Sunday Night Slice, the September 13th episode at 8pm. From the looks of these teaser screen grabs and images, we don’t think Bugs will get too upset next time Daffy eats all the chips.

Bugs details Pizzarriba on Sunday Night Slice

Bugs details Pizzarriba on The Looney Tunes Show: Sunday Night Slice

As fun as they are, Bugs, Daffy, and Porky just want a place to hang out that they can call their own. On this week’s The Looney Tunes Show, they’ll tell the story of how such a place came to be, revisiting the origin store of Pizzarriba! From the very beginning when Girardi’s, the local pizza joint, became available, all the way to the miracle that occurs when Speedy Gonzalez helps turn the place around. How does it all turn out? TOON in to Sunday Night Slice on Cartoon Network this Tuesday, September 13th, at 8pm – grab yourself a slice, and let’s find out! And be sure to stick around for the RoadRunner and Wile E. Coyote CG animated short, Go Fly a Coyote!

The Looney Tunes Show Bugs and Daffy Get a Job on Cartoon Network

The Looney Tunes Show Bugs and Daffy Get a Job on Cartoon Network

Finally, the day is here; the day Bugs and Daffy Get a Job. For years, decades even, we’ve watched their adventures and misadventures, as they go hunting, lounging, inventing, on dinner dates, and any other mess that the crazy folks at Warner Bros. can think up. However, it took Cartoon Network’s The Looney Tunes Show for the pair to finally go out and get some work. On August 30th at 8pm, we get to see exactly how that works out for both of them; Bugs heads over to Porky Pig’s accounting firm, while Daffy gets a different type of job: a nose job. Be sure to also stick around for the newest episode of Merrie Melodies, Skunk Funk, starring everyone’s favorite smelly friend Pepe Le Pew.

The Looney Tunes Show returns with Newspaper Thief on Cartoon Network

The Looney Tunes Show returns with Newspaper Thief on Cartoon Network

Tonight, on Cartoon Network, Bugs and Daffy try to class things up with a dinner party on the latest episode of The Looney Tunes Show. There, Daffy decides he will apologize to everyone on the cul-de-sac (Granny, Yosemite Sam, Gossamer, etc) for all of his rude antics over the years. …sounds like a long dinner party!! However, before he can start with his sorries, he realizes his daily newspaper has gone missing, and he quickly changes the dinner party into a crime-show-like interrogation party! How does it all turn out in the end? TOON in to Warner Bros.’ The Looney Tunes Show’s Newspaper Thief on Cartoon Network at 8pm on August 23rd to find out! In the meantime, check out these teaser shots and clips we have right here.

Greatest TV Cartoon Theme Songs #15: Looney Tunes

Everybody knows Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and the rest of the Looney Tunes characters. They have become a part of our culture, and they have been re-invented and re-booted on TV and in the movies. We almost didn’t include this theme in our list, because then you would have to differentiate between Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes. When you write songs for 10-minute Cartoon Shorts that are meant for the theater, back in the 1930’s and 40’s, it’s different than writing for an introduction for a 30-minute cartoon show, that includes 3 10-minutes cartoons, on TV. Both the Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes openings were followed by each individual cartoon’s title screen and credits, where the music was somewhat different for each cartoon. We are making Looney Tunes #15 on our list of the Greatest Theme Songs of All Toon Time because it is a very iconic theme that has entertained people for 4 generations. It has stood the test of time, and even though most people only know the instrumental, it should be known that there were originally words to the tune.

Looney Tunes, Scooby-Doo, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Young Justice at Comic-Con 2011

Looney Tunes, Scooby-Doo, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Young Justice at Comic-Con 2011

On most typical days, you don’t get to hang out with Scooby-Doo. Bugs Bunny likely isn’t going to walk up to you. And there’d be now regular way to meet the cast of Regular Show. However, at this year’s Comic-Con 2011 in San Diego, the icons of Cartoon Network will be making their way over to the Warner Bros. booth in some way or another. On Sunday, July 24th, Cartoon Network will do a booth takeover of the Warner Bros. section, in the spirit of Comic-Con’s Family Day. That includes meeting folks behind the scenes, and in front of them, from some of your favorite toons! Adventure Time, The Looney Tunes Show, Young Justice, Scooby-Doo Mystery Incorporated, MAD, and more. Check out the full press release for more details.

Peel of Fortune hits The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network

Peel of Fortune hits The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network

Tonight, on The Looney Tunes Show, Daffy goes a little bonkers for money. Now, if you only know Daffy from Cartoon Networks The Looney Tunes Show, then you’ll know this is nothing new for the iconic figure. However, if you’ve known Daffy Duck’s whole background through out Warner Bros. history, then you’ll know this definitely is nothing nothing new for him. This time, after seeing how his roomie Bugs can spend money on great toys, Daffy tries inventing new products until he comes up with a winner. Unfortunately for him, and his karma, when he finally hits on one, it’s actually something he stole from Bugs. Check out a sneak peek of Peel of Fortune right here, then TOON in tonight, July 12th, at 8pm on Cartoon Network.

The Looney Tunes Show Peel of Fortune has Daffy strike it rich

The Looney Tunes Show Peel of Fortune has Daffy strike it rich

On July 12th, Daffy Duck strikes it rich! Or, at least, for a little while. That’s the premise of the latest episode of The Looney Tunes Show, Peel of Fortune, which once again pits Daffy and Bugs against one another. Seeing Bugs lavishly spend his money on TVs, furniture, and other fun products, Daffy decides he’s going to steal one of Bugs Bunny’s big ideas, and turn it into a get-rich-quick scheme. Has to work out perfectly, right? C’mon, that’s not the Daffy Duck way! Then, Lola Bunny stars in Merrie Melodies, singing “We Are In Love,” which doesn’t sound stalker-ish at all, does it. And, of course, there’s the Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner CG animated short, Heavy Metal, which sounds like a plot for the upcoming Iron Man 3 film! TOON in to Cartoon Network tomorrow at 8pm to see it all go down.

The Looney Tunes Show: Eligible Bachelors

The Looney Tunes Show: Eligible Bachelors

When Porky Pig steps in to host a bachelor auction, Bugs and Daffy are both put up for bid. With a large sum of money and a trip to Paris on the table, it sounds like an exciting adventure for both of them. Lola Bunny comes out swinging with an enormous bid towards Bugs, hoping to see all attractions in France’s City of Lights. Daffy doesn’t seem to fair so well, when it’s Granny who steps in with an offer. How’s it all turn out? TOON into The Looney Tunes Show tonight, at 8pm on Cartoon Network, to see the latest episode of the Warner Bros. series, Eligible Bachelors.

The Looney Tunes Show The Foghorn Leghorn Story

The Looney Tunes Show The Foghorn Leghorn Story

Tonight, Cartoon Network tells us The Foghorn Leghorn Story. When the Looney Tunes Show kicks off at 8pm, we turn our attentions to Foghorn Leghorn, who has written a movie about his own life. As the director and, I say I say, producer, he can’t also star in the film, so he turns to the next best man …er… bird, Daffy Duck. While Bugs would normally intervene, he’s busy fighting with Yosemite Sam about some valuable items found in the yard. As if that weren’t enough Warner Bros. inspired fun, The Looney Tunes will also feature a Merrie Melodies pitting a RoadRunner Ninja against a Wile E. Coyote Ninja. Don’t believe us? Take a look at the sneak peek teaser trailers, clips, and stills right here.

Mel Blanc voices The Looney Tunes again in Daffy’s Rhapsody

Mel Blanc voices The Looney Tunes again in Daffy's Rhapsody

A few weeks back, we caught wind that Warner Bros. was bringing the Looney Tunes to the big screen. Riding high on the success of the relaunched characters in Cartoon Network’s The Looney Tunes Show, Daffy, Elmer Fudd, and other icons will be appearing in three new 3D, CG animated shorts. We’ve since learned that two of the spots, Daffy’s Rhapsody and I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat, will feature the original voice actor himself, the iconic Mel Blanc! Prior to his death in 1989, Mel Blanc spent over 50 years voicing almost every classic Looney Tunes character, from Bugs Bunny to Yosemite Sam. Now, Blanc’s unique and memorable personalities will live on, courtesy of never-before-used recordings. The first of the shorts, Daffy’s Rhapsody, will be in theaters November 18th, 2011, along with the film Happy Feet 2.

The Looney Tunes Show gets Devil Dog tonight on Cartoon Network

The Looney Tunes Show gets Devil Dog tonight on Cartoon Network

Things go a little wacky tonight on Cartoon Network, when Bugs and Daffy decide they’re going to get a pet. When Pete Puma mistakenly sends the roomies a Tasmanian Devil instead of your regular dog, there’s nothing but a shear path of destruction to follow – hence the episode’s title, Devil Dog. Even despite the madness, Speedy convinces Bugs to keep “Poochie,” much to Daffy’s disappointment. Knowing Taz like we do all these years, it’s difficult to imagine he’s going to stay calm enough to be entered in the Westminster Dog Show. So how’s it all turn out? Find out tonight, in the June 21st episode of The Looney Tunes Show at 8pm on Cartoon Network.

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