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Old 09-20-2021, 03:55 PM   #736
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Toon In With Me looks interesting tomorrow. In today's preview it showed they had a "Hollywood Squares" set. Its title is "Tic Tac Toony."
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Here's a Warner Bros. cartoon quiz I made up:

Can you identify these names?

1. Giovanni Jones

2. Claude

3. Sniffles

4. Thomas

5. Marc Anthony or Marc Antony

6. Ravishing Ronald

7. Pete Puma

8. Heathcliff

9. Dodsworth

10. Dripalong

Answers tomorrow, with the Toon In With Me update, which will be late unless another "Toonster" provides it!
What type of answer are you looking for?
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Well, if I asked who Duck Dodgers was, maybe say he was the character who space-traveled with Porky in the 24-1/2 century, to planet X. Probably I didn't think this out too well!

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Here's a Warner Bros. cartoon quiz I made up:

Can you identify these names?

1. Giovanni Jones
Opera singer who learned the hard way not to cross Bugs (Long-Haired Hare)

2. Claude

3. Sniffles
Cute little mouse who couldn't stay awake on Christmas Eve and missed the opportunity to see Santa in his sleigh
( Bedtime For Sniffles)


4. Thomas

5. Marc Anthony or Marc Antony
Tough bulldog with a big soft spot for a little black kitten (Feed The Kitty)

6. Ravishing Ronald

7. Pete Puma
Could never figure out how many lumps he wanted (Rabbit's Kin)

8. Heathcliff

9. Dodsworth

10. Dripalong

Answers tomorrow, with the Toon In With Me update, which will be late unless another "Toonster" provides it!
I went ahead and answered a few.
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Toon In With Me - Tue. 9/21/21 - New Episode No. 178 "Tic Tac Toony"

The Ducksters (Porky, Daffy - 1950 - Jones)
Pink Posies (Pink Panther - 1967 - Pratt)
The Counterfeit Cat (MGM - 1950 - Avery)
Bill of Hare (Bugs - 1962 - McKimson)
Zoom at the Top (Road Runner, Coyote - 1962 - Jones)
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Here's the rest:

Can you identify these names?

1. Giovanni Jones
Opera singer who learned the hard way not to cross Bugs (Long-Haired Hare)

2. Claude

Cat Jones created that is spooked by mice Hubie and Bertie in a few cartoons, most notably the Hypo-Condri-Cat

3. Sniffles
Cute little mouse who couldn't stay awake on Christmas Eve and missed the opportunity to see Santa in his sleigh
( Bedtime For Sniffles)

4. Thomas

In the 1947 Oscar-winning cartoon Tweetie Pie, Tweety is paired with the cat we know as Sylvester, but in this picture he's called Thomas

5. Marc Anthony or Marc Antony
Tough bulldog with a big soft spot for a little black kitten (Feed The Kitty)

6. Ravishing Ronald

In Bunny Hugged, the menacing wrestler The Crusher faces Ravishing Ronald. After being turned into a punching bag, Ronald bails out and Bugs fills in

7. Pete Puma
Could never figure out how many lumps he wanted (Rabbit's Kin)

"Gimme s lotta lumps"

8. Heathcliff

In a funny Art Davis outing, Dough Ray Me-ow, Louie the parrot tries to get the inheritance of the dumb, big cat Heathcliff. A madcap, violent cartoon, there's a railroad track scene that's sometimes edited out. So far MeTV has bypassed this cartoon.

9. Dodsworth

Dodsworth is a big lazy cat in a couple of McKimson cartoons. In Kiddin' the Kitten he uses the kitten to catch the mice he's too lazy to go after.

10. Dripalong

From Dripalong Daffy, a Jones classic where sheriff Dripalong Daffy faces off against Nasty Canasta. There's a follow-up My Little Duckaroo that couldn't measure up to the original.
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Minus the controversial / banned Looney Tunes and Bosko cartoons, how many Looney Tune shorts haven't been shown on METV yet?
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That's a really good question. For example, on the Dodsworth question I asked above, there are two of those, neither shown. Dough Ray Me-ow hasn't been shown. I don't think Hypo-condri-cat has been on.

I really ought to do a list. I think there's quite a few.

Once in awhile they show first-timers on the daily show, but most of the debuts are on Saturday. Only a guess, but they'd probably rather re-show a name character instead of debuting a miscellaneous cartoon. So, we get a third time around of a Road Runner or Tweety instead of first-time on Dodsworth or Claude the cat.
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That's a really good question. For example, on the Dodsworth question I asked above, there are two of those, neither shown. Dough Ray Me-ow hasn't been shown. I don't think Hypo-condri-cat has been on.

I really ought to do a list. I think there's quite a few.

Once in awhile they show first-timers on the daily show, but most of the debuts are on Saturday. Only a guess, but they'd probably rather re-show a name character instead of debuting a miscellaneous cartoon. So, we get a third time around of a Road Runner or Tweety instead of first-time on Dodsworth or Claude the cat.
Yeah, Stevea...fire that one up!! LOL! I've got over 100 from Boomer that I don't have replacements for as of right now. I'm sure I missed some early on thinking my Boomer's were equal in quality. They are not. I'm probably missing a large amount of Speedy toons as well. Of course, some of those fall under the not likely for metv to air category. Be interesting to know about how many they haven't or are not going to air.
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I have the same situation, but with CN and other dubious sources. I thought the CNs were great until I've looked at some of them. Now I'm getting the MeTV on anything I have on an old DVD--I'm on my 53rd DVD.

My Speedys vary greatly in quality. I thought they were done with him but I think I saw a 60s one with Daffy coming up on one Saturday.

I will do a list and preface it with the fact that I think they are ones not shown yet on MeTV. I did a Bugs list several months ago, but I won't include him, because I'm convinced they're done. Anything left for him just isn't airable, IMO.
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Oh, and there are a lot of b/w Porkys they have shown, but many they haven't yet. Other than censored/banned cartoons i think those Porkys will come around eventually, and they're all out on DVD anyway, so I'm not going to include them on the list, either.

One other comment--since they did that Porky 101 DVD set a few years ago, they really ought to finish him on DVD, into the color years, and include Daffy. AND they need to do a good, complete, totally restored set on Bugs, and totally take care of all those Blue Ribbons they decided to do around the middle of the 20th century. They've whittled those down to around 17 or 18 to clean up. With the computer and photo shopping capabilities that exist now, there's no reason for them to stay in that reissued state. I'll also make a list of those.
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Toon In With Me - Wed. 9/22/21 - New Episode No. 179 "National Hunting & Fishing"

(Well, Leff just confirmed my episode count is correct, vs. TV Guide which is wrong)

Daffy Duck Hunt (Porky, Daffy - 1949 - McKimson) - good cartoon. Watch Daffy emit tons of spit in the early scene where the dog goes and gets him. Kudos to McKimson for keeping Daffy daffy!

Field and Scream (MGM - 1955 - Tex Avery)

Bear De Guerre (The Inspector - 1968 - Gerry Chiniquy)

Bird-Brain Bird Dog (Barney Bear - 1954 - Dick Lundy)

Rabbit Seasoning (Bugs - 1952 - Jones) - aka Pronoun Trouble LOL
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Toon In With Me - Thu. 9/23/21 - Repeat Episode No. 39 "Bill Is Part of a Healthy Breakfast"

(Thu Feb. 25 - Toon In With Me)

WINDBLOWN HARE, THE (1949), BEWARE OF BARNACLE BILL, WHEN I YOO HOO, I'M JUST WILD ABOUT JERRY, THE IMPRACTICAL JOKER

The Windblown Hare - Bugs is involved in the Three Little Pigs story

When I You Hoo (1936) - very early Merrie Melody in Blue Ribbon format--no original title card and no credits [Update: Cartoon was restored]
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Here's a list of 1930s WB cartoons MeTV probably has not shown yet. It does not include b/w Porky (which are all out on DVD), Bosko/Buddy/Beans and other known banned cartoons. Many WB cartoons of the 30s were just plugging their music and didn't have much plot:

1931:

Lady Play Your Mandolin
Smile, Darn Ya, Smile
One More Time
You Don't Know What You're Doin'
Red-Headed Baby

1932:

Pagan Moon
Freddy the Freshman
Crosby, Columbo and Vallee
Goopy Geer
It's Got Me Again
Moonlight for Two
I Love a Parade
You're Too Careless With Your Kisses
I Wish I Had Wings

1933:

The Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives
Three's A Crowd
One Step Ahead of My Shadow
The Organ Grinder
Shuffle Off To Buffalo
We're In The Money
I've Got To Sing a Torch Song
The Dish Ran Away With the Spoon
Sittin' On A Backyard Fence

1934:

Pettin' In the Park
Honeymoon Hotel (first color cartoon)
Beauty and the Beast
The Girl at the Ironing Board
The Miller's Daughter
Those Beautiful Dames

1935:

Mr. and Mrs. is the Name
Rhythm in the Bow (last b/w Merrie Melody)
The Country Boy
Along Flirtation Walk
My Green Fedora
Into Your Dance
The Country Mouse
Flowers for Madame

1936:

I Wanna Play House
The Cat Came Back
Miss Glory/Page Miss Glory
At Your Service Madame
The Coo Coo Nut Grove

1937:

He Was Her Man
I Only Have Eyes For You
The Fella With the Fiddle
Ain't We Got Fun
Streamlined Greta Green
Plenty of Money and You
A Sunbonnet Blue
I Wanna Be a Sailor
The Lyin' Mouse
The Woods Are Full of Cuckoos

1938:

A Star is Hatched
The Penguin Parade
Have You Got Any Castles?
Love and Curses
Cracked Ice
You're an Education
The Night Watchman
The Mice Will Play

1939:

Robin Hood Makes Good
Gold Rush Days
A Day at the Zoo
Thugs With Dirty Mugs
Naughty But Nice (first Sniffles cartoon)
Hobo Gadget Band
Dangerous Dan McFoo
Little Brother Rat
Land of the Midnight Fun
The Good Egg
Fagin's Freshman
Sniffles and the Bookworm
Screwball Football

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Here's a list of 1940s cartoons MeTV probably hasn't shown yet. It does not include b/w Porkys (which are out on DVD), Bugs (I think they've shown all they're going to show), or known censored/banned cartoons:

1940:

The Early Worm Gets the Bird
The Hardship of Miles Standish
Tom Thumb in Trouble
The Egg Collector
Ghost Wanted
Ceiling Hero
Malibu Beach Party
Stage Fright
Wacky Wildlife
Of Fox and Hounds
Shop, Look and Listen

1941:

Sniffles Bells the Cat
The Haunted Mouse
The Cat's Tale
Goofy Groceries
Toy Trouble
Farm Frolics
The Wacky Worm
Snowtime for Comedy
Brave Little Bat
The Bug Parade
Rookie Revue
Saddle Silly

1942:

Hop, Skip, and a Chump
The Bird Came C.O.D.
Aloha Hooey
Crazy Cruise
Saps in Chaps
Dog Tires
Daffy's Southern Exposure
Hobby Horse-Laffs
Gopher Goofy
Double Chaser
Wacky Blackout
Foney Fables
Fox Pop
The Sheepish Wolf
Ding Dog Daddy

1943:

Pigs in a Polka
Fifth Column Mouse
Flop Goes the Weasel
Hop and Go
The Unbearable Bear
The Aristo Cat
Hiss and Make Up
An Itch in Time

1944:

Slightly Daffy
From Hand to Mouse
Lost and Foundling
Booby Hatched

1945:

A Tale of Two Mice
Fresh Airedale
Peck Up Your Troubles


1946:

Hollywood Canine Canteen
Hush My Mouse
Kitty Kornered
Fair and Worm-er
The Mouse-merized Cat
Mouse Menace

1947:

One Meat Brawl
Doggone Cats
Catch as Cats Can

1948:

What's Bruin' Bruin?
Dough Ray Me-Ow
House-Hunting Mice
Kit for Cat
A Horse Fly Fleas

1949:

Hippety Hopper
Bear Feet
A Ham in a Role

I didn't include Tom Turk and Daffy and Holiday for Drumsticks because they might be shown at Thanksgiving.

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