Top 10 Best Looney Tunes CartoonsLooney Tunes is an animated short film series produced by Warner Bros. during the Golden Age of American Animation. They introduced iconic characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam, Sylvester, Tweety, Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Foghorn Leghorn, Pepé Le Pew, and the Tasmanian Devil. Many wonder what the best Looney Tunes cartoons are and here is a take.
You must see Duck Amuck. This episode is a Masterpiece and I got an awesome chance of seeing it on Boomerang.
As a child, this cartoon genius had me laughing almost to death. I truly thank LT for doing it.
This was also a surreal masterpiece.
As much as I want to vote for duck amuck, duck dodgers and the 24th and a half century, and more, this is by far the best! Who wouldn't want to see Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd do a cartoon that's also half an opera performance. This is genius! heck this was so genius that in the 1990s it was the first Looney Tunes cartoon to be in the US house of congress! IKR!? And not to mention, Bugs Bunny really slays at being a woman. I mean, considering how Bugs Bunny cross dresses a lot, he really did so well as a woman. And Elmer fudd is just so funny and filled with emotion. And their duet while bugs is a woman is just so beautiful. Even after the duet, there's still so much emotion when it comes to this cartoon. Especially when Elmer Fudd finally succeeds in killing the wabbit and regretting his mistake. Ending with Bugs Bunny being alive after all. A funny yet dramatic cartoon which really deserves all the Oscars and Grammys in the world. From the music to the characters in general.
The cartoon that paved the way for the surreal sequences in the Beatles movies, the Heffalumps and Woozles' sequence, the dream sequences in Rugrats, etc. It was innovative and cutting-edge, and kind of still is now.
This is a very surreal cartoon and the best Porky cartoon in general
The rubber band
The apex of one-shot characters, Michigan J. Frog's name is actually newer than you think, it was came up with in the SEVENTIES.
The Citizen Kane of cartoon shorts, according to Leonard Malton. I agree.
They put a lot of effort into this cartoon making Porky and Daffy look like they are in the real world.
Love is in the air
This is where Sylvester actually wins and I like it when he wins.
So good, and they were made fast. So they could give more time to other productions.
This is the first apperance of my favorite cartoon character, Daffy Duck.
Just like Duck Amuck but Bugs is the one being tortured by Elmer.
This short is hilarious
The scene where Bugs pretends to die is still very painful to watch.
This is when Bugs became the character we know and love today.
Real Characters, with real problems.
This episode won a oscar and plus Speedy is the best Looney Tunes character his episode should at number 10 at the least!
Speedy is the best
Should be in the top 3! So iconic
This was a much better version of the daffy's first appearance and daffy had a longer screen time.
Brilliant comedy timing and a great soundtrack, plus wonderful animation make this Chuck Jones classic a masterpiece.
How is this so low