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So, after all the boxed sets and unremastered cartoons used as special features, what's left to release on DVD??

It's simple: A cartoon needs to have been released completely uncut. Opening bullseye, title and credits (or if a Blue Ribbon reissue, just the title), the cartoon, and a "That's all Folks!" end tag (original, reissue, or otherwise). No edits, no widescreen cropping, no foreign audio tracks, no colorization. Period!

For the purposes of this list, we're only looking at the core one thousand Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts released theatrically from 1930's Sinkin' in the Bathtub to 1969's Injun Trouble. Not only is that the period of Warner Bros. animation most enthusiasts are concerned with getting out on home video, but the majority of non-theatrical miscellaneous productions--government shorts, made-for-TV cartoons, more or less everything in the "That's Not All Folks" section of the Beck/Friedwald guide--have found a DVD release anyway. And though they're not going to be counted toward this total, for the sake of utter completeness the non-theatrical seven-minute cartoons Bosko and Honey, Roadrunner a Go-go, and Zip Zip Hooray! have also not been released on DVD.

Along the way, cartoons of particular interest to collectors are noted, as are those that hold significant history to the Warner Bros. cartoon studio. Although most of the "essential" cartoons have thankfully found a DVD or Blu-ray release, a few notable milestones are still sitting in the vault.

And of course, for completists out there, key releases on older home video formats have been noted. Such listings aren't necessarily meant to be complete, as certain cartoons had been used a number of times on past compilations; rather just to help point collectors in the right direction in tracking down the best available copies out there.

Many of the pre-1948 titles are in the public domain, meaning copies of varying quality have often turned up on random, unofficial VHS and DVD collections by various labels. Such releases are not noted below.

373 Warner Bros. cartoons remain unreleased on DVD


Hold Anything (1930)
Box Car Blues (1930)
Ain't Nature Grand! (1931)
Ups 'n Downs (1931)
Dumb Patrol (1931)
Yodeling Yokels (1931)
Bosko's Holiday (1931)
The Tree's Knees (1931)
Bosko Shipwrecked! (1931)
Bosko's Soda Fountain (1931)
Hittin' the Trail for Hallelujah Land (1931)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
Bosko's Fox Hunt (1931)
Red-Headed Baby (1931)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Bosko at the Zoo (1932)
Pagan Moon (1932)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Battling Bosko (1932)
Freddy the Freshman (1932)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Big-Hearted Bosko (1932)
Crosby, Columbo, and Vallee (1932)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Bosko's Party (1932)
Goopy Geer (1932)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Bosko and Bruno (1932)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Canine Corps)
Bosko's Dog Race (1932)
The Queen Was in the Parlor (1932)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Bosko at the Beach (1932)
Bosko's Store (1932)
   (Noteworthy Because: First Warner Bros. cartoon crediting Robert McKimson with animation)
Bosko the Lumberjack (1932)
You're Too Careless with Your Kisses! (1932)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
I Wish I Had Wings (1932)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Bosko the Drawback (1932)
A Great Big Bunch of You (1932)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Bosko's Dizzy Date (1932)
Three's a Crowd (1932)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Bosko's Woodland Daze (1932)
Bosko in Dutch (1933)
Bosko the Speed King (1933)
Bosko's Knight-Mare (1933)
Bosko the Sheep-herder (1933)
Beau Bosko (1933)
Bosko the Musketeer (1933)
Buddy's Show Boat (1933)
Buddy the Gob (1934)
   (Noteworthy Because: First Warner Bros. cartoon crediting Friz Freleng with direction)
Buddy and Towser (1934)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Canine Corps)
Beauty and the Beast (1934)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Buddy's Garage (1934)
Those Were Wonderful Days (1934)
Buddy's Trolley Troubles (1934)
Goin' to Heaven on a Mule (1934)
Buddy of the Apes (1934)
Buddy's Bearcats (1934)
Why Do I Dream Those Dreams (1934)
The Miller's Daughter (1934)
   (Noteworthy Because: First Warner Bros. cartoon crediting Chuck Jones with animation)
Buddy the Detective (1934)
The Girl at the Ironing Board (1934)
Viva Buddy (1934)
Shake Your Powder Puff (1934)
Rhythm in the Bow (1934)
Buddy the Woodsman (1934)
Buddy's Adventures (1934)
Pop Goes Your Heart (1934)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Buddy the Dentist (1934)
Buddy of the Legion (1935)
Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name (1935)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
The Country Boy (1935)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Buddy's Theatre (1935)
Buddy's Pony Express (1935)
Along Flirtation Walk (1935)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Buddy in Africa (1935)
My Green Fedora (1935)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Buddy's Lost World (1935)
Buddy's Bug Hunt (1935)
Buddy Steps Out (1935)
The Merry Old Soul (1935)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Buddy the Gee Man (1935)
The Lady in Red (1935)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Little Dutch Plate (1935)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Billboard Frolics (1935)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
The Fire Alarm (1935)
Flowers for Madame (1935)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
I Wanna Play House (1936)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
The Phantom Ship (1936)
The Cat Came Back (1936)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
I'd Love to Take Orders from You (1936)
   (Noteworthy Because: First color cartoon directed by Tex Avery)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
When I Yoo Hoo (1936)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Sunday Go to Meetin' Time (1936)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
At Your Service Madame (1936)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Boulevardier from the Bronx (1936)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Don't Look Now (1936)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
He Was Her Man (1937)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
The Fella with a Fiddle (1937)
   (Noteworthy Because: First Warner Bros. cartoon crediting Ken Harris with animation)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Clean Pastures (1937)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
Uncle Tom's Bungalow (1937)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
Streamlined Greta Green (1937)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Sweet Sioux (1937)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
A Sunbonnet Blue (1937)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Dog Daze (1937)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
September in the Rain (1937)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
My Little Buckeroo (1938)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Jungle Jitters (1938)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
The Sneezing Weasel (1938)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
The Penguin Parade (1938)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
The Isle of Pingo Pongo (1938)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
The Major Lied 'Til Dawn (1938)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
A-Lad-in Bagdad (1938)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
A Feud There Was (1938)
   (Noteworthy Because: First on-screen naming of Tex Avery's Elmer character as "Elmer Fudd")
   (Released on VHS on The Best of Bugs Bunny and Friends and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Johnny Smith and Poker-Huntas (1938)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Dog Gone Modern (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Hamateur Night (1939)
   (Released on VHS on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3: Tex Avery and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes)
Robin Hood Makes Good (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2 and on Blu-ray on Dark Victory)
Gold Rush Daze (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
A Day at the Zoo (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Hobo Gadget Band (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Believe It or Else (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Snowman's Land (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
Sioux Me (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Little Lion Hunter (1939)
   (Noteworthy Because: First appearance of Inki and the Mynah Bird)
   (Released on VHS on Little Tweety and Little Inki Cartoon Festival Featuring "I Taw a Putty Tat" and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
The Good Egg (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Fresh Fish (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Fagin's Freshman (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Screwball Football (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
The Curious Puppy (1939)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5)
The Early Worm Gets the Bird (1940)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Mighty Hunters (1940)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Confederate Honey (1940)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
The Hardship of Miles Standish (1940)
   (Released on VHS on Elmer Fudd Cartoon Festival Featuring "An Itch in Time" and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Circus Today (1940)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Ghost Wanted (1940)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Ceiling Hero (1940)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Good Night Elmer (1940)
   (Released on VHS on Elmer! and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Wacky Wildlife (1940)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Of Fox and Hounds (1940)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Canine Corps and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Elmer's Pet Rabbit (1941)
   (Noteworthy Because: First cartoon naming Bugs Bunny on-screen; first official Bugs cartoon directed by Chuck Jones)
   (Released on VHS on Bugs Bunny on Parade and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
The Haunted Mouse (1941)
   (Noteworthy Because: First cartoon written by Michael Maltese)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Tex-Book Looney)
The Crackpot Quail (1941)
   (Released on VHS on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3: Tex Avery and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes)
The Cat's Tale (1941)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Joe Glow the Firefly (1941)
The Wacky Worm (1941)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Inki and the Lion (1941)
   (Released on VHS on Little Tweety and Little Inki Cartoon Festival Featuring "I Taw a Putty Tat" and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Aviation Vacation (1941)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Sport Chumpions (1941)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Snowtime for Comedy (1941)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
All This and Rabbit Stew (1941)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
The Bug Parade (1941)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Saddle Silly (1941)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
The Cagey Canary (1941)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Tex-Book Looney and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Hop, Skip and a Chump (1942)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
The Bird Came C.O.D. (1942)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4 and on Blu-ray on Casablanca)
Aloha Hooey (1942)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Saps in Chaps (1942)
Dog Tired (1942)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Daffy's Southern Exposure (1942)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: A Battle of Wits)
Nutty News (1942)
Hobby Horse Laffs (1942)
Hold the Lion, Please (1942)
   (Released on VHS on Bugs Bunny on Parade and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Gopher Goofy (1942)
Double Chaser (1942)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
The Squawkin' Hawk (1942)
   (Noteworthy Because: First appearance of Henery Hawk)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Cartoon Superstars, on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3, and on Blu-ray on Casablanca)
Fresh Hare (1942)
   (Released on VHS on Here Comes Bugs and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
The Impatient Patient (1942)
The Sheepish Wolf (1942)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
The Daffy Duckaroo (1942)
Ding Dog Daddy (1942)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs (1943)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
Flop Goes the Weasel (1943)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Hop and Go (1943)
Tokio Jokio (1943)
Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk (1943)
   (Released on VHS on Bugs Bunny on Parade and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Tin Pan Alley Cats (1943)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
Inki and the Mynah Bird (1943)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Meatless Flyday (1944)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips (1944)
   (Noteworthy Because: Made headlines and was then subsequently pulled when first issued on home video)
   (Released on VHS on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 7: Bugs Bunny by Each Director and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes)
Angel Puss (1944)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
Slightly Daffy (1944)
   (Released on VHS on Daffy! and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
From Hand to Mouse (1944)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears (1944)
   (Noteworthy Because: Censored 11 cartoon)
The Unruly Hare (1945)
   (Noteworthy Because: First Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin)
   (Released on VHS on Here Comes Bugs and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes)
Behind the Meatball (1945)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Ain't That Ducky (1945)
   (Released on VHS on Just Plain Daffy and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Peck Up Your Troubles (1945)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Quentin Quail (1946)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
The Eager Beaver (1946)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Of Thee I Sting (1946)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Fair and Worm-er (1946)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
The Mouse-Merized Cat (1946)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
The Goofy Gophers (1947)
   (Noteworthy Because: First appearance of the Goofy Gophers; first cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny directed by Arthur Davis)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
The Gay Anties (1947)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Hobo Bobo (1947)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Along Came Daffy (1947)
   (Released on VHS on Just Plain Daffy and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Inki at the Circus (1947)
   (Released on VHS on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 5: Chuck Jones and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes)
The Foxy Duckling (1947)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Little Orphan Airedale (1947)
   (Noteworthy Because: First appearance of Charlie Dog)
   (Released on VHS on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 8: 1940s Zanies and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes)
Doggone Cats (1947)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Mexican Joyride (1947)
   (Released on VHS on Daffy! and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Catch as Cats Can (1947)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Comic Cat-tastrophies and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
Two Gophers from Texas (1948)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
A Feather in His Hare (1948)
   (Released on VHS on Starring Bugs Bunny! and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
What's Brewin', Bruin? (1948)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 2)
A Hick, a Slick, and a Chick (1948)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Nothing but the Tooth (1948)
   (Released on VHS on Porky Pig and Company and on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 3)
Bone Sweet Bone (1948)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
The Rattled Rooster (1948)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
The Shell-Shocked Egg (1948)
   (Released on laserdisc on The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4)
Hare Splitter (1948)
   (Released on VHS on Stars of Space Jam: Bugs Bunny)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Stars of Space Jam boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
A-Lad-in His Lamp (1948)
   (Released on VHS on Bugs Bunny's Hare-Raising Tales and on laserdisc on Wince Upon a Time)
Holiday for Drumsticks (1949)
   (Released on VHS on Stars of Space Jam: Daffy Duck)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Stars of Space Jam boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
The Bee-Deviled Bruin (1949)
Henhouse Henery (1949)
Knights Must Fall (1949)
   (Released on laserdisc on Hare Beyond Compare)
Which Is Witch (1949)
The Leghorn Blows at Midnight (1950)
   (Released on VHS on Foghorn Leghorn's Fractured Funnies)
A Fractured Leghorn (1950)
   (Released on VHS on Foghorn Leghorn's Fractured Funnies)
Stooge for a Mouse (1950)
   (Released on laserdisc on Sylvester & Tweety's Bad Ol' Putty Tat Blues)
Caveman Inki (1950)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of Inki and the Mynah Bird during the classic era of the studio)
A Fox in a Fix (1951)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: A Battle of Wits)
Rabbit Every Monday (1951)
   (Released on VHS on Yosemite Sam: The Good, the Bad, and the Ornery and on laserdisc on Hare Beyond Compare)
A Bone for a Bone (1951)
The Fair-Haired Hare (1951)
   (Released on VHS on Bugs Bunny: Truth or Hare and on laserdisc on Winner by a Hare)
Leghorn Swoggled (1951)
   (Released on VHS on Foghorn Leghorn's Fractured Funnies)
Sock a Doodle Do (1952)
Cracked Quack (1952)
   (Released on VHS on Porky Pig's Screwball Comedies and on laserdisc on Duck Victory)
The Egg-Cited Rooster (1952)
Hare Lift (1952)
   (Released on VHS on Yosemite Sam's Yeller Fever and on laserdisc on Hare Beyond Compare)
A Mouse Divided (1953)
   (Released on VHS on A Salute to Friz Freleng and on laserdisc on Sylvester & Tweety's Bad Ol' Putty Tat Blues)
Upswept Hare (1953)
   (Released on VHS on Elmer Fudd's School of Hard Knocks)
Fowl Weather (1953)
   (Released on VHS on Tweet & Lovely)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 2, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
There Auto Be a Law (1953)
Tom-Tom Tomcat (1953)
Plop Goes the Weasel (1953)
   (Released on VHS on Foghorn Leghorn's Fractured Funnies)
A Street Cat Named Sylvester (1953)
   (Released on VHS on Sylvester & Tweety's Tale Feathers)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 1, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Easy Peckins (1953)
Catty Cornered (1953)
   (Released on VHS on Tweet & Lovely and on laserdisc on Guffaw and Order)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 1, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Of Rice and Hen (1953)
Robot Rabbit (1953)
   (Released on VHS on Elmer Fudd's School of Hard Knocks and on laserdisc on Hare Beyond Compare)
Design for Leaving (1954)
   (Released on VHS on Superior Duck)
No Parking Hare (1954)
Dr. Jerkyl's Hide (1954)
   (Released on VHS on Sylvester & Tweety's Tale Feathers)
Muzzle Tough (1954)
   (Released on VHS on Sylvester & Tweety's Tale Feathers)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 1, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Quack Shot (1954)
Lumber Jack-Rabbit (1954)
   (Noteworthy Because: Only Warner Bros. cartoon released in 3-D during the classic era of the studio)
   (Released on VHS on Marvin the Martian: Space Tunes and on laserdisc on Wince Upon a Time)
Sheep Ahoy (1954)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Canine Corps)
Feather Dusted (1955)
   (Released on VHS on Foghorn Leghorn's Fractured Funnies)
Pests for Guests (1955)
   (Released on VHS on Elmer Fudd's School of Hard Knocks)
Beanstalk Bunny (1955)
   (Released on VHS on Daffy Duck: The Nuttiness Continues... and on laserdisc on Hare Beyond Compare)
Stork Naked (1955)
   (Released on VHS on Superior Duck and on laserdisc on Duck Victory)
Hare Brush (1955)
   (Released on VHS on Elmer Fudd's Comedy Capers)
Tweety's Circus (1955)
   (Released on VHS on Tweet & Lovely and on laserdisc on Looney Tunes Curtain Calls)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 1, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
This Is a Life? (1955)
   (Released on VHS on Yosemite Sam's Yeller Fever)
Double or Mutton (1955)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes Video Show #3)
A Kiddie's Kitty (1955)
Dime to Retire (1955)
   (Released on VHS on Daffy Duck's Madcap Mania)
Pappy's Puppy (1955)
Tweet and Sour (1956)
   (Released on VHS on Sylvester & Tweety: The Best Yeows of Our Lives)
Mixed Master (1956)
Rabbitson Crusoe (1956)
   (Released on VHS on Bugs Bunny's Hare-Raising Tales and on laserdisc on Wince Upon a Time)
Tree Cornered Tweety (1956)
   (Released on VHS on Home Tweet Home)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 2, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Napoleon Bunny-Part (1956)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Tugboat Granny (1956)
   (Released on VHS on Tweet & Lovely)
Half Fare Hare (1956)
Tweet Zoo (1957)
   (Released on VHS on Stars of Space Jam: Sylvester and Tweety)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Stars of Space Jam boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 2, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Piker's Peak (1957)
Boston Quackie (1957)
   (Released on VHS on Stars of Space Jam: Daffy Duck and on laserdisc on Guffaw and Order)
Bugsy and Mugsy (1957)
   (Released on laserdisc on Guffaw and Order)
Greedy for Tweety (1957)
   (Released on VHS on Tweet & Lovely and on laserdisc on Sylvester & Tweety's Bad Ol' Putty Tat Blues)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 1, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Don't Axe Me (1958)
   (Released on VHS on Elmer Fudd's School of Hard Knocks and on laserdisc on Duck Victory)
Hare-Less Wolf (1958)
A Pizza Tweety Pie (1958)
   (Released on VHS on Tweet & Lovely and on laserdisc on Longitude and Looneytude)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 3, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
A Waggily Tale (1958)
Feather Bluster (1958)
Now, Hare This (1958)
To Itch His Own (1958)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final cartoon scored by Carl Stalling)
Dog Tales (1958)
A Bird in a Bonnet (1958)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 3, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Pre-Hysterical Hare (1958)
Hip Hip- Hurry! (1958)
   (Released on VHS on The Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote's Crash Course)
China Jones (1959)
   (Released on VHS on Porky Pig Tales)
Hare-Abian Nights (1959)
Trick or Tweet (1959)
Apes of Wrath (1959)
   (Released on VHS on Stars of Space Jam: Bugs Bunny)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Stars of Space Jam boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Hot Rod and Reel (1959)
   (Released on VHS on Stars of Space Jam: Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Stars of Space Jam boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Backwoods Bunny (1959)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes Video Show #4)
Tweet and Lovely (1959)
   (Released on VHS on Tweet & Lovely)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 2, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Wild and Woolly Hare (1959)
   (Released on VHS on Yosemite Sam: The Good, the Bad, and the Ornery)
Bonanza Bunny (1959)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Wild About Hurry (1959)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: All-Stars)
Unnatural History (1959)
Tweet Dreams (1959)
People Are Bunny (1959)
   (Released on VHS on A Night at the Movies 1959: The Young Philadelphians)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Fastest with the Mostest (1960)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Cartoon Superstars)
Horse Hare (1960)
Person to Bunny (1960)
   (Released on VHS on Stars of Space Jam: Daffy Duck)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Stars of Space Jam boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Hyde and Go Tweet (1960)
   (Released on VHS on Marvin the Martian: Space Tunes and on laserdisc on Looney Tunes After Dark)
Rabbit's Feat (1960)
   (Released on VHS on The Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote: The Scrapes of Wrath)
Ready, Woolen, and Able (1960)
   (Released on VHS on Chariots of Fur)
From Hare to Heir (1960)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
The Dixie Fryer (1960)
Hopalong Casualty (1960)
   (Released on VHS on The Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote: The Scrapes of Wrath and on laserdisc on The Road Runner vs. Wile E. Coyote: If at First You Don't Succeed...)
Trip for Tat (1960)
   (Released on laserdisc on Longitude and Looneytude)
Lighter Than Hare (1960)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Zip N' Snort (1961)
   (Released on VHS on Stars of Space Jam: Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Stars of Space Jam boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
The Mouse on 57th Street (1961)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final Warner Bros. cartoon written by Michael Maltese during the classic era of the studio)
D' Fightin' Ones (1961)
Lickety-Splat! (1961)
The Rebel Without Claws (1961)
   (Released on VHS on Tweet & Lovely)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 3, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Compressed Hare (1961)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Wabbit Tales)
Prince Violent (1961)
   (Noteworthy Because: Infamously retitled Prince Varmint in the mid-1970s for Saturday morning television)
Daffy's Inn Trouble (1961)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
What's My Lion? (1961)
Wet Hare (1962)
A Sheep in the Deep (1962)
   (Released on laserdisc on Looney Tunes Assorted Nuts)
Quackodile Tears (1962)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes Video Show #2)
Zoom at the Top (1962)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: A Battle of Wits)
The Slick Chick (1962)
The Jet Cage (1962)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final cartoon scored by Milt Franklin)
   (Released on VHS on Home Tweet Home)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 1, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
Mother Was a Rooster (1962)
Good Noose (1962)
Shishkabugs (1962)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
I Was a Teenage Thumb (1963)
Devil's Feud Cake (1963)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final Warner Bros. cartoon crediting Warren Foster as writer)
Fast Buck Duck (1963)
The Million Hare (1963)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Cartoon Superstars)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Mexican Cat Dance (1963)
Woolen Under Where (1963)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog during the classic era of the studio)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: A Battle of Wits)
Hare-Breadth Hurry (1963)
The Unmentionables (1963)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of Rocky and Mugsy during the classic era of the studio)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Aqua Duck (1963)
Dumb Patrol (1964)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of Yosemite Sam during the classic era of the studio)
The Iceman Ducketh (1964)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Hawaiian Aye Aye (1964)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of Tweety during the classic era of the studio; final cartoon written by Tedd Pierce)
   (Released on VHS on Tweet & Lovely)
   (Released on Region 2 DVD in Japan on I Love Tweety Vol. 3, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play on a region-free or otherwise modified player)
False Hare (1964)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of Bugs Bunny and Foghorn Leghorn during the classic era of the studio; final cartoon put into production by the studio before the 1963 shutdown)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Road to Andalay (1964)
Cats and Bruises (1965)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes Video Show #2)
Moby Duck (1965)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final cartoon edited by Treg Brown)
Assault and Peppered (1965)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Well Worn Daffy (1965)
Suppressed Duck (1965)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Rushing Roulette (1965)
Run, Run, Sweet Road Runner (1965)
   (Released on laserdisc in Japan in the Bugs & Friends boxed set, which is mastered in the North American-compatible NTSC color format and will play in a U.S. player)
Tease for Two (1965)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of the Goofy Gophers during the classic era of the studio)
Tired and Feathered (1965)
Chili Corn Corny (1965)
Just Plane Beep (1965)
Go Go Amigo (1965)
The Astroduck (1966)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes Video Show #4)
Muchos Locos (1966)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of Porky Pig during the classic era of the studio)
Mexican Mouse-Piece (1966)
Daffy Rents (1966)
A Squeak in the Deep (1966)
Feather Finger (1966)
Swing Ding Amigo (1966)
A Taste of Catnip (1966)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of Sylvester during the classic era of the studio)
Daffy's Diner (1967)
Quacker Tracker (1967)
   (Released on VHS on Looney Tunes Video Show #3)
The Music Mice-Tro (1967)
The Spy Swatter (1967)
Speedy Ghost to Town (1967)
Rodent to Stardom (1967)
Go Away Stowaway (1967)
Cool Cat (1967)
   (Noteworthy Because: First appearance of Cool Cat)
Fiesta Fiasco (1967)
Hocus Pocus Pow Wow (1968)
Big Game Haunt (1968)
Skyscraper Caper (1968)
Hippydrome Tiger (1968)
Feud with a Dude (1968)
See Ya Later, Gladiator (1968)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final appearance of Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales during the classic era of the studio)
3 Ring Wing Ding (1968)
Flying Circus (1968)
Chimp and Zee (1968)
Fistic Mystic (1969)
Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too (1969)
Shamrock and Roll (1969)
Bugged by a Bee (1969)
Injun Trouble (1969)
   (Noteworthy Because: Final Warner Bros. theatrical cartoon until late 1980s revival)


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