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Here's a list of 1950s cartoons MeTV probably hasn't shown yet. Not including Bugs, because I think they've shown all they're going to show, Speedy, because I'm pretty well convinced they're not going to show any, and any known banned/censored cartoons:

1950:

Strife With Father
The Hypo-Condri-Cat
It's Hummer Time
Stooge for a Mouse
Two's a Crowd

1951:

A Fox in a Fix
Corn Plastered
Chow Hound (an excellent Michael Maltese/Chuck Jones cartoon!)
Sleepy Time Possum
Dog Collared
The Prize Pest

1952:

Who's Kitten Who
Kiddin' the Kitten
Little Red Rodent Hood
The Turn-Tale Wolf
Hoppy-Go-Lucky
The Egg-Cited Rooster

1954:

By Word of Mouse

1955:

Pizzicato Pussycat
Heir Conditioned

1956:

Rocket-Bye Baby

1957:

Boyhood Daze

I didn't include Gift Wrapped since it's a Christmas cartoon. If there are any other missing Tweetys or Pepes they'll probably come around. There may be a couple of Cool Cats from the late 60s yet to be shown. i didn't find anything else from the 60s. There are a few Speedy and Daffys which will also probably be shown eventually.

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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
A Great Big Bunch Of You

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
A Cartoonist's Nightmare
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:

The Sneezing Weasel
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
Okay, here are three that I have from metv.

1) A Great Big Bunch of You (Maybe aired twice so far) 1932
2) A Cartoonists Nightmare 1935
3) The Sneezing Weasel 1938

I'll check the 40's list as best I can next. Obviously, I could miss some too!!
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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
Hollywood Steps Out
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
The Squawkin' Hawk
Eatin' on the Cuff
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
Of Thee I Sting
Fair and Worm-er
The Mouse-merized Cat
Mouse Menace

1947:

One Meat Brawl
The Gay Anties
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.
Okay, here's what I have from the 40's.
1) Hollywood Steps Out 1941
2) The Squawkin' Hawk 1942
3) Eatin' on the Cuff 1942
4) Of thee I Sting 1946
5) The Gay Anties 1947

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Here's a list of 1950s cartoons MeTV probably hasn't shown yet. Not including Bugs, because I think they've shown all they're going to show, Speedy, because I'm pretty well convinced they're not going to show any, and any known banned/censored cartoons:

1950:

Strife With Father
The Hypo-Condri-Cat
It's Hummer Time
Stooge for a Mouse
Two's a Crowd

1951:

A Fox in a Fix
Corn Plastered
Chow Hound (an excellent Michael Maltese/Chuck Jones cartoon!)
Sleepy Time Possum
Dog Collared
The Prize Pest

1952:

Who's Kitten Who
Kiddin' the Kitten
Little Red Rodent Hood
The Turn-Tale Wolf
Hoppy-Go-Lucky
The Egg-Cited Rooster
Terrier Stricken

1953:

A Peck O' Trouble
Cat's Aweigh

1954:

By Word of Mouse

1955:

Pizzicato Pussycat
Lumber Jerks
Heir Conditioned

1956:

Rocket-Bye Baby

1957:

Go Fly a Kit
Boyhood Daze

I didn't include Gift Wrapped since it's a Christmas cartoon. If there are any other missing Tweetys or Pepes they'll probably come around. There may be a couple of Cool Cats from the late 60s yet to be shown. i didn't find anything else from the 60s. There are a few Speedy and Daffys which will also probably be shown eventually.
Same as Stevea, these were probably shown as far as I can tell.

1) Terrier Stricken 1952
2) A Peck O' Trouble 1953
3) Cats Aweigh! 1953
4) Lumber Jerks 1955
5) Go Fly a Kit 1957
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Well I had to search this thread for these toons:

A Great Big Bunch of You was on Toon In With Me (TIWM) on 1-22-21
A Cartoonist's Nightmare, I could not find as being on but I do remember not copying a Beans cartoon (probably the only one MeTV showed)
The Sneezing Weasel was on TIWM on 3-2-21

Hollywood Steps Out and The Squawkin' Hawk were on the Saturday show 6-19-21
Eatin' on the Cuff was on TIWM 2-12-21
Of Thee I Sting was on TIWM 3-24-21
The Gay Anties was on TIWM 3-4-21

Checking the DVDs they would have been on, shows I didn't transfer them. 8 errors in 9 months--it bugs me, but not bad. For the 50s toons I had them all from CN or elsewhere but my memory was just bad.

Oh, and I corrected the lists for all the ones you found--thanks!
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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
I really can't find Herr Meets Hare anymore offensive than a typical episode of Hogans Heroes. Also, I think The Paging Miss Glory cartoon was on an episode of TIWM, or a previous Saturday so many months back.

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I really can't find Here Meets Hare anymore offensive than a typical episode of Hogans Heroes. Also, I think The Paging Miss Glory cartoon was on an episode of TIWM, or a previous Saturday so many months back.
Mr. Grynch, do you have record of (Page) Miss Glory? I searched the forum and came up empty. ISTR seeing it, too.
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Mr. Grynch, do you have record of (Page) Miss Glory? I searched the forum and came up empty. ISTR seeing it, too.
I don't see it on any of my M-F or Saturday shows. Might have missed it, but I don't think so. Although, I've made many more than 8 errors since these cartoons began airing on metv!! I've only been saving the LT/MM or PP & "friends", so any other cartoons I could certainly miss. Don't have any recollection of "Page", and it falls under the category that I dvr.
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Here's the count of cartoons MeTV hasn't shown yet; of course, this is probably off a little. It doesn't include the early 30s Bosko/Buddy or other KNOWN censored/banned cartoons (because they won't show those), nor does it include b/w Porkys, which are on DVD and most will almost definitely be shown. Bugs is not included because they haven't added any for quite awhile--they've probably showed all the Bugs they're going to show.

30s - 73
40s - 70
50s - 22
60s - a few Speedy and Daffys, and maybe a Cool cat or two, but so few they're not counted
Total - 165

See posts 749-751 for cartoons on the list by decades.
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Here's the count of cartoons MeTV hasn't shown yet; of course, this is probably off a little. It doesn't include the early 30s Bosko/Buddy or other KNOWN censored/banned cartoons (because they won't show those), nor does it include b/w Porkys, which are on DVD and most will almost definitely be shown. Bugs is not included because they haven't added any for quite awhile--they've probably showed all the Bugs they're going to show.

30s - 73
40s - 70
50s - 22
60s - a few Speedy and Daffys, and maybe a Cool cat or two, but so few they're not counted
Total - 165

See posts 749-751 for cartoons on the list by decades.
Nice effort! Now rest...

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Here are the Bugs Bunny cartoons Warners needs to locate original opening rings for:

My Bunny Lies Over the Sea (1948)
Mississippi Hare (1949) (they're around because I have them)
Rebel Rabbit (1949)
High Diving Hare (1949)
Bowery Bugs (1949)
The Grey-Hounded Hare (1949)
Rabbit Hood (1949)
Hurdy Gurdy Hare (1950)
Homeless Hare (1950)
Eight Ball Bunny (1950)
Bunny Hugged (1951)
Rabbit Fire (1951)
French Rarebit (1951)
His Hare-Raising Tale (1951)
Ballot Box Bunny (1951)
Big Top Bunny (1951)

Total of 16

These were recently located for Bugs 80th Blu-Ray:

Hot Cross Bunny (1948)
Hare Splitter (1948)
Knights Must Fall (1949)
Upswept Hare (1953)
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Toon In With Me - Fri. 9/24/21 - New Episode No. 180 "Fan-Tastic Friday #4"

Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk (Bugs - 1943 - Freleng) - story by Michael Maltese

Smarty Cat (Tom & Jerry - 1955 - Hanna & Barbera)

The Dover Boys (WB - 1942 - Jones) - story by Ted Pierce (later he would add the second 'd' and go by 'Tedd'), this is an early Chuck Jones classic - full title The Dover Boys at Pimento University or The Rivals of Roquefort Hall

La Feet's Defeat (The Inspector - 1968 - Chiniquy)

What's My Lion? (Elmer Fudd - 1961 - McKimson) - Elmer was originally voiced by Arthur Q. Bryan, who died in 1959. In this short he's voiced by Hal Smith.
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Bugs Bunny And Friends - Sat. 9/25/21

The Unmentionables (Bugs, Rocky and Mugsy - 1963 - Freleng) - clever spoof of the Untouchables, one of Freleng's better cartoons, not seen on TV too much.

Good Noose (Daffy - 1962 - McKimson) - Daffy vs. a parrot, aboard ship. Pretty ho-hum.

Plop Goes The Weasel (Foghorn Leghorn - 1953 - McKimson) - Foggy vs. the barnyard dog, as usual, with a weasel complicating things.

Hare Trigger (Bugs, Yosemite Sam - 1945 - Freleng) - substitution for originally-scheduled People Are Bunny

Quentin Quail (1946 - Jones) - first time on MeTV, and first time on regular TV for many years, probably.

Who Scent You? (Pepe - 1960 - Jones) - the standard plot, white stripe painted on kitty, but keep these coming! First time on MeTV, I think.

This Is A Life? (Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Y. Sam - 1955 - Freleng) - Bugs recounts his life (with copious reused animation), and Daffy is irritated to be sidelined.

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Bugs Bunny And Friends - Sat. 9/25/21

The Unmentionables (Bugs, Rocky and Mugsy - 1963 - Freleng) - clever spoof of the Untouchables, one of Freleng's better cartoons, not seen on TV too much.

Good Noose (Daffy - 1962 - McKimson) - Daffy vs. a parrot, aboard ship. Pretty ho-hum.

Plop Goes The Weasel (Foghorn Leghorn - 1953 - McKimson) - Foggy vs. the barnyard dog, as usual, with a weasel complicating things.

Hare Trigger (Bugs, Yosemite Sam - 1945 - Freleng) - substitution for originally-scheduled People Are Bunny

Quentin Quail (1946 - Jones) - first time on MeTV, and first time on regular TV for many years, probably.

Who Scent You? (Pepe - 1960 - Jones) - the standard plot, white stripe painted on kitty, but keep these coming! First time on MeTV, I think.

This Is A Life? (Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Y. Sam - 1955 - Freleng) - Bugs recounts his life (with copious reused animation), and Daffy is irritated to be sidelined.
Now Hare This from 1958 was scheduled. The Unmentionables was aired. It aired previously on a Saturday. Don't know when they changed it. People Are Bunny was scheduled. Hare Trigger was aired. It aired earlier on the M-F show. I just checked, and People Are Bunny is still listed for today and Hare Trigger isn't. Strange.

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When I originally posted this last night, The Unmentionables was on the schedule.

When I checked the schedule after the fact, People Are Bunny was still there as noted ^.

The only thing I can figure is the time still wasn't adding up after the first change. They only seem to have these problems when they schedule seven cartoons.

Does anyone know if these things happen on the other Saturday cartoons?
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