To Duck... or Not to Duck Season 5
1000 Beprotiškų melodijų 5 Sezonas
This is a listing of all the animated shorts released by Warner Bros. under the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies banners between 1940 and 1949.
VOL 5 - 1943 - 1946
The Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies re-release program starts this year. Previous color Merrie Melodies shorts would be re-released with the original credits cut. In addition, four more Looney Tunes shorts were produced in 3-hue Technicolor. The series would go into full color the following year. Final Porky Pig short to be directed by Norman McCabe. First short with Robert McKimson's Bugs Bunny design. Followup to 1941's Tortoise Beats Hare. Final appearance of Daffy Duck in black and white.
From this year onward, all cartoons are under copyright. Leon Schlesinger sold his cartoon studio to Warner Bros. in 1944; Eddie Selzer took over as producer after Buckaroo Bugs was released. Beginning this year, all cartoons are in color. First appearance of The Three Bears. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. First Looney Tunes short to be re-released under the Blue Ribbon program.
First appearance of Pepé Le Pew (called Henry). Last cartoon to have the PRODUCED BY WARNER BROS. CARTOONS at the ending and RELEASED BY WARNER BROS. PICTURES INC. Final cartoon to use the 1944-45 blue rings and red background. Last Tweety cartoon directed by Bob Clampett. Last Tweety cartoon before he is permanently paired with Sylvester. Final appearance of Tweety without feathers. First appearance of Hector.
One of two cartoons with the special Bugs Bunny Looney Tunes drum ending. Last Warner Bros. cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin. One of two Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin. Final appearance of Sniffles (his only appearance in a Looney Tunes cartoon). Also the last Looney Tunes cartoon to use the Porky Pig Drum ending sequence. Last cartoon to use the 1945-46 red rings and black background. First appearance of Rocky.
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