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Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography (1929–1939)
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See also: Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography
This is a listing of all the animated shorts released by Warner Bros. under the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies banners between 1930 and 1939, plus the pilot film which was used to sell the Looney Tunes series to Leon Schlesinger and Warner Bros. A total of 270 shorts were released during the 1930s.
1929
Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid is a live-action/animated short film starring a character named Bosko. The film was produced in May 1929, directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising, and shown by the two to various distributors. In the film, a cartoonist (portrayed in live action by Rudolf Ising) draws Bosko, who comes to life. Bosko speaks, sings, dances and plays the piano before the cartoonist sucks him into his ink pen and pours him back into the inkwell. Bosko pops out of the bottle and promises to return. The film is in the public domain.
The film was first made viewable to the public on Cartoon Network's television special Toonheads: The Lost Cartoons on March 12, 2000 in an edited form. The full cartoon is present on disc 4 of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1 as a special feature.
1930
All cartoons are Looney Tunes starring Bosko and are all directed and produced by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising, along with Leon Schlesinger as associate producer. All cartoons are scored by Frank Marsales. All cartoons are in the public domain.
#TitleSeriesDrawn By (Animator)CharactersRelease dateAvailabilityNotes
001Sinkin' in the BathtubLTIsadore Freleng,
Norm Blackburn (unc.),
Rollin Hamilton (unc.),
Hugh Harman (unc.),
Rudolf Ising (unc.)
Carman Maxwell (unc.)
Paul J. Smith (unc.)
Bosko, HoneyApril 19, 1930
002Congo JazzLTMax Maxwell
Paul Smith
BoskoSeptember 22, 1930
003Hold AnythingLTIsadore Freleng
Norm Blackburn
Bosko, HoneyOctober 29, 1930
004The Booze Hangs HighLTIsadore Freleng
Paul Smith
Bosko, Drunken PigDecember 16, 1930
005Box Car BluesLTRollin Hamilton
Max Maxwell
BoskoDecember 25, 1930
1931
This year marks the debut of the Merrie Melodies series. All Merrie Melodies cartoons are directed by Rudolf Ising, and all Looney Tunes cartoons after The Tree's Knees are directed by Hugh Harman. The cartoons star Bosko, Foxy, Piggy, and other characters. All the cartoons are scored by Frank Marsales. All cartoons are in the public domain.
#TitleSeriesDrawn By (Animated)CharactersIdentification NumberRelease dateAvailabilityNotes
006Big Man from the NorthLTIsadore Freleng,
Robert Edmunds
Bosko, Honey4500January 19, 1931
007Ain't Nature Grand!LTIsadore Freleng,
Norm Blackburn
Bosko4626March 14, 1931
A 1973 redrawn colorized version of the cartoon done by Radio and Television Packagers is known to exist.[1][2]
008Ups 'n DownsLTRollin Hamilton
Paul Smith
Bosko4640April 26, 1931
A 1973 redrawn colorized version of the cartoon done by Radio and Television Packagers under the name Off To The Races with a newer animated ending is known to exist.[3][2]
009Dumb PatrolLTIsadore Freleng
Max Maxwell
Bosko, Honey4664May 30, 1931
Not to be confused with the 1964 Looney Tunes cartoon of the same name.
010Yodeling YokelsLTRollin Hamilton
Norm Blackburn
Bosko, Honey4680June 13, 1931
011Bosko's HolidayLTIsadore Freleng,
Paul Smith
Bosko, Honey4694July 18, 1931
012The Tree's KneesLTIsadore Freleng,
Rollin Hamilton
Bosko4725July 25, 1931
Final cartoon directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising together.
013Lady, Play Your Mandolin!MMRollin Hamilton,
Norm Blackburn
Foxy, Roxy4803August 2, 1931[4]
  • First Merrie Melodies cartoon.
  • First appearances of Foxy and Roxy.
014Smile, Darn Ya, Smile!MMIsadore Freleng,
Max Maxwell
Foxy4825September 5, 1931
015Bosko ShipwreckedLTRollin Hamilton,
Larry Martin
Bosko4666September 19, 1931
016One More TimeMMIsadore Freleng,
Paul Smith
Foxy, Roxy4851October 3, 1931
  • Last appearances of Foxy and Roxy.
  • A 1973 redrawn colorized version of the cartoon done by Radio and Television Packagers under the name On Duty with stock music added is known to exist.[5][2]
017Bosko the DoughboyLTRollin Hamilton,
Max Maxwell
Bosko5017October 17, 1931
018You Don't Know What You're Doin'!MMIsadore Freleng,
Norm Blackburn
Fluffy, Piggy4977October 21, 1931
First appearance of Piggy.
019Bosko's Soda FountainLTIsadore Freleng,
Rollin Hamilton
Bosko, Honey, Wilber5045November 14, 1931
First appearance of Wilber.
020Hittin' the Trail for Hallelujah LandMMIsadore Freleng,
Paul Smith
Fluffy, Piggy5025November 28, 1931
  • One of the Censored Eleven and the earliest of them.
  • Last appearance of Piggy in an actual short - he would appear on Merrie Melodies closing cards up until I Love a Parade.
021Bosko's Fox HuntLTRollin Hamilton,
Norm Blackburn
Bosko, Bruno, Fox5046December 12, 1931
First appearance of Bruno.
022Red-Headed BabyMMRollin Hamilton,
Max Maxwell
5038December 26, 1931
1932
All cartoons are directed by Hugh Harman or Rudolf Ising. All cartoons are scored by Frank Marsales.
#TitleSeriesDrawn By (Animated)CharactersIdentification NumberRelease dateAvailabilityIn the public domain?NotesVideo if in the public domain
023Bosko at the ZooLTIsadore Freleng,
Larry Martin
Bosko, Honey5035January 9, 1932Yes
024Pagan MoonMMRollin Hamilton,
Norm Blackburn
Island Boy and Girl, Octopus Musician5064January 31, 1932Yes
025Battling BoskoLTIsadore Freleng,
Paul Smith
Bosko, Honey5040February 6, 1932Yes
026Freddy the FreshmanMMIsadore Freleng,
Paul Smith
Freddy the Freshman5110February 20, 1932Yes
027Big-Hearted BoskoLTIsadore Freleng,
Rollin Hamilton
Bosko, Bruno5075March 5, 1932Yes
028Crosby, Columbo, and ValleeMMRollin Hamilton,
Max Maxwell
5137March 19, 1932Yes
029Bosko's PartyLTIsadore Freleng,
Larry Martin
Bosko, Honey, Wilber5138April 2, 1932Yes
030Goopy GeerMMIsadore Freleng,
Rollin Hamilton
Goopy Geer5130April 16, 1932Yes
First appearance of Goopy Geer.
031Bosko and BrunoLTRollin Hamilton,
Paul Smith
Bosko, Bruno5164April 30, 1932Yes
032It's Got Me Again!MMIsadore Freleng,
Thomas McKimson
Music Shop Mice, Hungry Cat5244May 14, 1932Yes
First WB cartoon to be nominated for Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film
033Moonlight for TwoMMIsadore Freleng,
Larry Martin
Goopy Geer5291June 11, 1932Yes
A 1973 redrawn colorized version of the cartoon done by Radio and Television Packagers under the name Barnyard Frolics with stock music is known to exist.[6][2]
034Bosko's Dog RaceLTRollin Hamilton,
Norm Blackburn
Bosko, Bruno, Honey5292June 25, 1932Yes
035The Queen Was in the ParlorMMIsadore Freleng,
Paul Smith
Goopy Geer5343July 9, 1932Yes
036Bosko at the BeachLTIsadore Freleng,
Rollin Hamilton
Bosko, Bruno, Honey, Wilber5345July 23, 1932Yes
037I Love a ParadeMMRollin Hamilton,
Thomas McKimson
Clowns, Marching Band, Lions, Seals5383August 6, 1932Yes
Last appearance of Piggy in a Merrie Melodies closing card.
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038Bosko's StoreLTIsadore Freleng,
Bob McKimson
Bosko, Honey, Wilbur5344August 13, 1932Yes
039Bosko the LumberjackLTIsadore Freleng,
Max Maxwell
Bosko, Honey, Pierre5454September 3, 1932Yes
040You're Too Careless with Your Kisses!MMRollin Hamilton,
Larry Martin
Drunk Husband Bee, Wife Bee, Spider, Horsefly Cavalry5426September 10, 1932Yes
041Ride Him, Bosko!LTIsadore Freleng,
Norm Blackburn
Bosko, Honey5491September 17, 1932No
Earliest Warner Bros. cartoon still under copyright.
042I Wish I Had WingsMMRollin Hamilton,
Paul Smith
Chickens5473October 15, 1932Yes
043Bosko the DrawbackLTIsadore Freleng,
Bob McKimson
Bosko, Honey5514October 22, 1932
N/A
No
044A Great Big Bunch of YouMMRollin Hamilton,
Thomas McKimson
5492November 12, 1932Yes
045Bosko's Dizzy DateLTRollin Hamilton,
Bob McKimson
Bosko, Bruno, Honey, Wilber5245November 19, 1932Yes
Recycles most of its footage from the unreleased cartoon Bosko and Honey.
046Three's a CrowdMMRollin Hamilton,
Larry Martin
Book Characters5529December 10, 1932Yes
047Bosko's Woodland DazeLTIsadore Freleng,
Paul Smith
Bosko, Bruno5530December 17, 1932
N/A
No
A 1973 redrawn colorized version of the cartoon done by Radio and Television Packagers is known to exist.[7][2]
1933
All cartoons through Buddy's Day Out are scored by Frank Marsales.
#TitleSeriesDirectorAnimatorCharactersIdentification NumberRelease dateAvailabilityIn the public domain?Notes
048The Shanty Where Santy Claus LivesMMRudolf IsingRollin Hamilton,
Norm Blackburn
Santa Claus5583January 7, 1933Yes
049Bosko in DutchLTFriz Freleng
Hugh Harman
Isadore Freleng,
Thomas McKimson
Bosko, Bruno, Honey, Wilber5584January 14, 1933
N/A
No
  • First WB cartoon directed by Friz Freleng.
  • Last appearance of Wilber.
050One Step Ahead of My ShadowMMRudolf IsingIsadore Freleng,
Max Maxwell
Chinese People5610February 4, 1933No
051Bosko in PersonLTHugh Harman
Friz Freleng
Rollin Hamilton,
Bob McKimson
Bosko, Honey5611February 11, 1933No
052Young and HealthyMMRudolf IsingRollin Hamilton,
Larry Martin
5661March 4, 1933No
053Bosko the Speed KingLTHugh HarmanIsadore Freleng,
Paul Smith
Bosko, Honey5662March 22, 1933
N/A
No
054The Organ GrinderMMRudolf IsingRollin Hamilton,
Thomas McKimson
The Organ Grinder5733April 8, 1933No
055Wake Up the Gypsy in MeMMRudolf IsingIsadore Freleng,
Larry Silverman
Russian Gypsies5778May 13, 1933No
056Bosko's Knight-MareLTHugh HarmanBob McKimson
Robert Stokes
Bosko, Bruno, Honey5750June 8, 1933
N/A
No
057I Like Mountain MusicMMRudolf IsingIsadore Freleng,
Larry Martin
Magazine Characters5825June 10, 1933No
Two redrawn colorized versions of the cartoon exist. One was done by Radio and Television Packagers in 1973 and was renamed "Magazine Rack" while the other was done by Turner Entertainment in 1995.[2][8][9][10]
058Bosko the Sheep-HerderLTHugh HarmanRollin Hamilton,
Max Maxwell
Bosko, Bruno, Honey5808June 14, 1933
N/A
No
059Beau BoskoLTHugh Harman
Friz Freleng
Rollin Hamilton,
Norm Blackburn
Bosko, Honey5873July 1, 1933
N/A
No
060Shuffle Off to BuffaloMMRudolf Ising
Friz Freleng
Isadore Freleng,
Paul Smith
Babies5874July 8, 1933No
061Bosko's Mechanical ManLTHugh HarmanIsadore Freleng,
Thomas McKimson
Bosko, Honey5888July 29, 1933No
062The Dish Ran Away with the SpoonMMRudolf IsingRollin Hamilton,
Bob McKimson
Dishes and Utensils5945August 5, 1933No
063Bosko the MusketeerLTHugh HarmanRollin Hamilton,
Robert Stokes
Bosko, Bruno, Honey5946August 12, 1933
N/A
No
064Bosko's Picture ShowLTHugh Harman
Friz Freleng
Isadore Freleng
Max Maxwell
Bosko, Honey5955August 26, 1933No
Final Warner Bros. cartoon featuring Bosko and Honey.
065We're in the MoneyMMRudolf IsingIsadore Freleng,
Larry Martin
Toys5954August 26, 1933No
  • Final WB cartoon produced by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising.
  • Final WB cartoon produced by Harman-Ising Productions.
  • Final WB cartoon with characters created by Harman-Ising.
  • Final WB cartoon scored by Frank Marsales.
066Buddy's Day OutLTTom PalmerBill MasonBuddy, Cookie, Elmer (baby), Happy (dog)5957September 2, 1933No
  • First cartoon produced by Leon Schlesinger.
  • First cartoon produced by Leon Schlesinger Productions (later known as Warner Bros. Cartoons).
  • First appearances of Buddy and Cookie.
  • First cartoon scored by Bernard Brown and Norman Spencer.
067I've Got to Sing a Torch SongMMTom PalmerJack King5956September 23, 1933No
068Buddy's Beer GardenLTEarl DuvallJack King,
Tish Tash
Buddy, Cookie5987November 11, 1933No
First cartoon directed by Earl Duvall.
069Pettin' in the ParkMMBernard BrownJack King,
Bob Clampett
Lovebirds, Woodpeckers, Ostrich, Other Birds, Policeman, Nanny5960November 16, 1933No
First cartoon directed by Bernard Brown.
070Buddy's Show BoatLTEarl DuvallJack King,
James Pabian
Buddy, Cookie6033December 9, 1933
N/A
No
071Sittin' on a Backyard FenceMMEarl DuvallJack King,
Don Williams
Cats5988December 16, 1933No
1934
This year marks the beginning of production of color WB cartoons. For this year, most would still be in black and white up until Rhythm in the Bow. All cartoons are under copyright.
#TitleSeriesDirectorAnimatorCharactersIdentification NumberRelease dateAvailabilityNotes
072Buddy the GobLTFriz FrelengJack King,
Ben Clopton
Buddy6125January 5, 1934
N/A
First cartoon with Friz Freleng as sole director.
073Honeymoon HotelMMEarl DuvallJack King,
Frank Tipper
6126February 17, 1934
074Buddy and TowserLTFriz FrelengJack King,
Bob McKimson
Buddy, Towser (dog), Fox6174February 24, 1934
075Those Were Wonderful DaysMMBernard BrownPaul Smith,
Don Williams
6199April 5, 1934
N/A
076Buddy's GarageLTEarl DuvallJack King,
Sandy Walker
Buddy, Cookie6176April 14, 1934
N/A
Final cartoon directed by Earl Duvall.
077Beauty and the BeastMMFriz FrelengJack King,
Rollin Hamilton
Girl, Fairy Tale Characters6175April 14, 1934
Produced in Cinecolor.
078Buddy's Trolley TroublesLTFriz FrelengBen Clopton,
Frank Tipper
Buddy, Cookie6200May 5, 1934
N/A
079Goin' to Heaven on a MuleMMFriz FrelengRollin Hamilton,
Bob McKimson,
Ben Clopton (unc.),
Chuck Jones (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.),
Don Williams (unc.)
6209May 19, 1934
N/A
080Buddy of the ApesLTBen HardawayPaul Smith,
Sandy Walker
Buddy, Tribal Chief6217May 26, 1934
N/A
First cartoon directed by Ben Hardaway.
081How Do I Know It's SundayMMFriz FrelengFrank Tipper,
Don Williams,
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Merchandise6253June 9, 1934
082Buddy's BearcatsLTJack KingBen CloptonBuddy, Cookie6326June 16, 1934
N/A
First cartoon directed by Jack King.
083Why Do I Dream Those DreamsMMFriz FrelengRollin Hamilton,
Bob McKimson
6373June 30, 1934
N/A
084The Girl at the Ironing BoardMMFriz FrelengFrank Tipper,
Sandy Walker,
Chuck Jones (unc.)
6439August 23, 1934
Streaming - HBO Max (restored)
085The Miller's DaughterMMFriz FrelengRollin Hamilton,
Charles M. Jones
Ceramic Figures6441October 6, 1934
N/A
086Shake Your Powder PuffMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Bob Clampett
Honey, Bunny, Floe6494October 17, 1934
087Buddy the DetectiveLTJack KingPaul Smith,
Don Williams
Buddy, Cookie6442October 17, 1934
N/A
088Rhythm in the BowMMBen HardawayRollin Hamilton,
Ben Clopton
Hobo6495October 20, 1934
N/A
  • Final black and white Merrie Melodies cartoon.
  • Final Merrie Melodies cartoon in the Sunset Productions/Guild Films package
089Buddy the WoodsmanLTJack KingPaul Smith,
Don Williams
Buddy, Cookie6374October 27, 1934
N/A
090Buddy's CircusLTJack KingBob McKimson,
Ben Clopton
Buddy6440November 8, 1934
091Those Beautiful DamesMMFriz FrelengPaul Smith,
Charles Jones
Orphan Girl, Toys6571November 10, 1934
First Warner Bros. cartoon produced in 2-strip Technicolor.
092Buddy's AdventuresLTBen HardawayBob McKimson,
Don Williams
Buddy, Cookie6570November 17, 1934[11]
N/A
093Pop Goes Your HeartMMFriz FrelengFrank Tipper,
Sandy Walker
Turtles, Grasshoppers, Bees, Spiders, Frogs, Worms, Robin, Beavers, Bear, Farmer6609December 8, 1934
Produced in 2-strip Technicolor.
094Viva BuddyLTJack KingFrank Tipper,
Cal Dalton,
Ben Clopton (unc.)
Buddy, Cookie6492December 12, 1934
N/A
095Buddy the DentistLTBen HardawayRollin Hamilton,
Jack King
Buddy, Cookie, Buddy's Dog6610December 15, 1934
N/A
1935
All Merrie Melodies cartoons are in 2-strip Technicolor until the end of the year, when the series adopts 3-strip Technicolor as its new color process, starting with Flowers for Madame.
#TitleSeriesDirectorAnimatorCharactersIdentification NumberIdentification Number (BR)Release dateAvailabilityreissue?Reissue release dateIn the public domain?Notes
096Buddy of the LegionLTBen HardawayBob Clampett,
Charles Jones
Buddy6612January 9, 1935
N/A
noNo
097Mr. and Mrs. Is the NameMMFriz FrelengBen Clopton,
Cal Dalton,
Bob Clampett (unc.),
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Buddy (as a Merman)6611January 19, 1935noNoOnly appearance of Buddy and Cookie in color.
098Buddy's TheatreLTBen HardawayDon Williams,
Sandy Walker,
Nelson Demorest (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Buddy, Cookie6680February 8, 1935
N/A
noNo
099Country BoyMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Paul Smith,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Peter Cottontail6679February 9, 1935noNo
A 1973 redrawn colorized version of the cartoon done by Radio and Television under the named "Country Boy Rabbit" (which was likely taken from a black and white backup print) with an abrupt ending is known to exist.[12][8]
100I Haven't Got a HatMMFriz FrelengRollin Hamilton,
Jack King
Beans, Ham and Ex, Little Kitty, Oliver Owl, Miss Cud, Porky Pig6681March 2, 1935noNo
First appearances of Beans, Porky Pig, Little Kitty and Ham and Ex.
101Buddy's Pony ExpressLTBen Hardaway,Ben Clopton,
Cal Dalton,
Nelson Demorest (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.),
Frank Tipper (unc.)
Buddy, Cookie6757March 9, 1935
N/A
noNo
102Buddy in AfricaLTBen HardawayDon Williams,
Jack Carr,
Nelson Demorest (Unc.)
Buddy6759April 13, 1935
N/A
noNo
103Along Flirtation WalkMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Paul Smith,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Chicken College Students6758April 20, 1935noNo
104My Green FedoraMMFriz FrelengCharles Jones,
Bob Clampett
Peter Rabbit, Elmer (baby rabbit), Weasel6760May 4, 1935noNo
105Buddy's Lost WorldLTJack KingRollin Hamilton,
Sandy Walker,
Nelson Demorest (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Buddy6805May 18, 1935
N/A
noNo
106Buddy's Bug HuntLTJack KingBob McKimson,
Paul Smith,
Nelson Demorest (unc.)
Buddy6860June 6, 1935
N/A
noNo
107Into Your DanceMMFriz FrelengCal Dalton,
Ben Clopton,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Captain Benny, Blackface Quartet, Conductor, Singing Cow, Tough Guy, Stuttering Dog6806June 8, 1935noNo
108Buddy Steps OutLTJack KingChas. Jones,
Bob Clampett,
Nelson Demorest (unc.)
Buddy, Cookie6861July 6, 1935
N/A
noNo
Final appearance of Cookie.
109Country MouseMMFriz FrelengJack Carr,
Don Williams
68571311July 13, 1935yesMarch 14, 1953No
Earliest cartoon to be reissued as a Blue Ribbon.
110The Merry Old SoulMMFriz FrelengRollin Hamilton,
Riley Thompson,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Old King Cole, Woman in the Shoe, Babies, Children, Mary, Lambs69251262August 17, 1935yesAugust 2, 1952No
111Buddy the Gee ManLTJack KingSandy Dalton,
Cal Dalton,
Nelson Demarest (unc.)
Buddy6926August 16, 1935
DVD - G Men
noNo
Final appearance of Buddy in a Warner Bros. cartoon.
112The Lady in RedMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Ben Clopton
Senorita Cockroach69271263September 7, 1935yesOctober 13, 1951No
113A Cartoonist's NightmareLTJack KingDon Williams,
Paul Smith
Beans6982September 14, 1935[13]:421noNo
114Little Dutch PlateMMFriz FrelengPaul Smith,
Bob Clampett,
Ken Harris (unc.)
Little Dutch Boy, Little Dutch Girl, Vinegar Bottle69831312October 19, 1935yesApril 11, 1953No
115Hollywood CapersLTJack KingRollin Hamilton
Charles Jones
Beans, Little Kitty, Oliver Owl, Porky Pig (cameo)6998October 19, 1935noYes
116Gold Diggers of '49LTTex AveryBob Clampett,
Charles Jones,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
Virgil Ross (unc.),
Sidney Sutherland (unc.)
Beans, Little Kitty, Porky Pig7041November 2, 1935noNo
First cartoon directed by Tex Avery.
117Billboard FrolicsMMFriz FrelengCal Dalton,
Sandy Walker,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Billboard Characters, Dave Rub-Em-Off, Eddie Camphor, Worm6999November 16, 1935noNo
  • First Merrie Melodies cartoon to use the "Merrily We Roll Along" theme.
  • Last Warner Bros cartoon in 2-Strip Technicolor.
118Flowers for MadameMMFriz FrelengPaul Smith,
Don Williams
Flowers, Vegetation, Megaphone Director70011236December 14, 1935yesFebruary 3, 1951No
First WB cartoon in 3-strip Technicolor.
119Plane DippyLTTex AverySid Sutherland,
Virgil Ross,
Robert Cannon (unc.)
Porky, Beans, Little Kitty, Oliver Owl, Sergeant, Inventor7139December 29, 1935noNo
Although actually from 1935, a very common misconception goes about that this was from 1936.
1936
This year, the Merrie Melodies series adopts the iconic bullseye rings in its opening titles alongside a script "That's all Folks!" text starting with I Wanna Play House and later the Merrily We Roll Along theme song starting with Boulevardier from the Bronx.
#TitleSeriesDirectorAnimatorCharactersIdentification NumberIdentification Number (BR)Release dateAvailabilityreissue?Reissue release dateIn the public domain?Notes
120I Wanna Play HouseMMFriz FrelengCal Dalton,
Sandy Walker,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Brown Bear Cub, Black Bear Cub, Papa Bear7131January 11, 1936noNo
First WB cartoon to use the rings in the opening and closing titles.
121The Phantom ShipLTJack KingPaul Smith,
Don Williams,
John Carey (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Beans, Ham and Ex, Porky Pig (cameo)7189February 1, 1936
Streaming - HBO Max (restored)
NoNo
122The Cat Came BackMMFriz FrelengBen Clopton,
Bob McKimson
71381361February 8, 1936yesJuly 15, 1944
June 5, 1954
No
123Boom BoomLTJack KingCal Dalton,
Sandy Walker,
John Carey (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Beans, Porky Pig7191February 29, 1936noYes
124Page Miss GloryMMTex Avery (uncredited)Robert Cannon,
Bob Clampett,
Joe D'Igalo,
Cal Dalton,
A.C. Gamer,
Ken Harris,
Chuck Jones,
Charles McKimson,
Robert McKimson,
Virgil Ross,
Paul J. Smith,
Sidney Sutherland,
Riley Thompson,
Sandy Walker,
Don Williams (all unc.)
Abner, Miss Glory7192March 7, 1936noNo
125Alpine AnticsLTJack KingRiley Thompson,
Jack Carr,
John Carey (unc.)
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Beans, Porky Pig7130March 9, 1936noNo
126The Fire AlarmLTJack KingBob McKimson,
Ben Clopton,
John Carey (unc.)
Ham and Ex, Beans7000March 9, 1936
Streaming - HBO Max (restored)
noNo
127The Blow OutLTTex AveryCharles Jones,
Sid Sutherland,
Bob Clampett (unc.)
Porky Pig, The Bomber, Mabel the Fat Lady7262April 4, 1936noNo
128I'm a Big Shot NowMMFriz FrelengJack Carr,
Riley Thompson
Birds7190April 11, 1936yesAugust 4, 1945No
Final cartoon scored by Bernard Brown.
129Westward WhoaLTJack KingPaul Smith,
Ben Clopton,
John Carey (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Beans, Ham and Ex, Kitty, Porky Pig7243April 25, 1936noYes
Final appearances of Ham and Ex, Little Kitty, and Beans.
130Let It Be MeMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Don Williams,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Emily the Chicken, Mr. Bingo, Clem, Chanteuse7260May 2, 1936yesSeptember 16, 1944No
First appearance of Emily.
131I'd Love to Take Orders from YouMMTex AveryBob Clampett,
Cecil Surry
Pa Scarecrow, Ma Scarecrow, Junior Scarecrow7361May 16, 1936noYes
132Fish TalesLTJack KingBob McKimson,
Don Williams,
John Carey (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Porky Pig, Fish7285May 23, 1936noNo
133Bingo CrosbyanaMMFriz FrelengCal Dalton,
Sandy Walker
Bingo Crosbyana7264May 30, 1936noNo
134Shanghaied ShipmatesLTJack KingPaul Smith,
Joe D'Igalo,
John Carey (unc.)
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Porky Pig, Captain, Crew Members7362June 20, 1936[13]:422noNo
135When I Yoo HooMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Sandy Walker
Weavers, Mathews, Roosters7360June 27, 1936noNo
136Porky's PetLTJack KingCal Dalton,
Sandy Walker,
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Porky Pig, Lulu the Ostrich7382July 11, 1936noNo
137I Love to SingaMMTex AveryCharles Jones,
Virgil Ross,
Bob Clampett (unc.)
Owl Jolson, Professor Fritz Owl, Mama Owl, Jack Bunny, Stuttering Bird, Fat Chicken Singer7383July 18, 1936yesNovember 18, 1944No
138Porky the Rain-MakerLTTex AveryCecil Surry,
Sid Sutherland,
Bob Clampett (unc.)
Porky Pig, Porky Pig's Poppa7484August 1, 1936noNo
139Sunday Go to Meetin' TimeMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Paul Smith
7386August 8, 1936
N/A
noNo
One of the Censored Eleven.
140Porky's Poultry PlantLTFrank TashlinDon Williams,
Volney White,
John Carey (unc.)
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Porky Pig7569August 22, 1936noNo
  • First score by Carl Stalling.
  • First cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin.
141At Your Service MadameMMFriz FrelengDon Williams,
Cal Dalton
Piggy Hamhock, W.C. Squeals, Mrs. Hamhock, Children7485August 29, 1936noNo
  • Final score by Norman Spencer.
  • First appearance of Piggy Hamhock.
142Porky's Moving DayLTJack KingPaul Smith,
Joe D'Igalo,
John Carey (unc.)
Porky Pig7483September 12, 1936[14]noYes
Final cartoon directed by Jack King.
143Toy Town HallMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Sandy Walker,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Sonny7567September 19, 1936noNo
Final Merrie Melodies to use the "I Think You're Ducky" opening theme.
144Milk and MoneyLTTex AveryCharles Jones,
Virgil Ross,
Bob Clampett (unc.)
Porky Pig, Porky's Poppa, Mr. Viper, Dobbin, Hank Horsefly, Cats7566October 3, 1936noNo
145Boulevardier from the BronxMMFriz FrelengPaul Smith,
Cal Dalton,
Bob McKimson (unc.)
Emily the Chicken, Dizzy Dan7570October 10, 1936noNo
First Warner Bros. cartoon to use the "Merrily We Roll Along" opening theme.
146Don't Look NowMMTex AveryBob Clampett,
Joe D'Igalo,
Virgil Ross (unc.)
Egbert, Devil Cuckoo, Devil Boy, Cassie, Lady Woodpecker, Skunk7568November 7, 1936noNo
Final Merrie Melodies cartoon having the original 1936 end card.
147Little Beau PorkyLTFrank TashlinRobert Bentley,
Nelson Demorest,
John Carey (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Porky Pig7595November 14, 1936noNo
148The Coo-Coo Nut GroveMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Sandy Walker,
Ben Clopton (unc.),
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Ben Birdie, Dionne Quintuplets, W.C. Fields, Helen Morgan, Mouse7603November 28, 1936noNo
149The Village SmithyLTTex AveryCecil Surry,
Sid Sutherland
Porky Pig, Blacksmith, Narrator7602December 5, 1936noNo
First cartoon with Porky's signature opening and closing theme
150Porky in the North WoodsLTFrank TashlinVolney White,
Norman McCabe,
John Carey (unc.),
Nelson Demorest (unc.)
Porky Pig, Betty Beaver, Jean-Baptise7637December 19, 1936noNo
1937
Starting this year, the Looney Tunes series adopts The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down theme song starting with Rover's Rival.
#TitleSeriesDirectorAnimatorCharactersIdentification NumberIdentification Number (BR)Release dateAvailabilityreissue?Reissue release dateIn the public domain?Notes
151He Was Her ManMMFriz FrelengPaul Smith,
Cal Dalton,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Mice7636January 2, 1937yesApril 2, 1949No
152Porky the WrestlerLTTex AveryCharles Jones,
Elmer Wait,
Virgil Ross (unc.)
Porky Pig7635January 9, 1937noNo
153Pigs Is PigsMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
Paul Smith,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Piggy Hamhock, Piggy Children, Mama Pig, Evil Scientist7717January 30, 1937yesFebruary 22, 1947No
Final appearance of Piggy Hamhock.
154Porky's Road RaceLTFrank TashlinRobert Bentley,
Joe D'Igalo,
Nelson Demorest (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Porky Pig, Borax Karoff, Greta Garbo, Elaine Barrie, Leslie Howard, Freddie Bartholomew, George Arliss, Edna May Oliver, W.C. Fields7716February 6, 1937noNo
Stepin Fetchit gag cut from hand tinted prints; restored in computer coloured version.
155Picador PorkyLTTex AveryCharles Jones,
Sid Sutherland,
Bob Clampett (unc.)
Porky Pig7715February 27, 1937noNo
First short where Mel Blanc provides voice characterizations.[15]
156I Only Have Eyes For YouMMTex AveryBob Clampett,
Virgil Ross,
Tom Ray (unc.)
Old Main, Katie Canary, Iceman7638February 27, 1937[16]yesMarch 17, 1945No
157The Fella with a FiddleMMFriz FrelengCal Dalton,
Cal Howard,
Ken Harris (unc.)
J. Field Mouse, Fiddling Mouse, Tax Collector7729March 27, 1937yesJanuary 6,
1945
No
First Merrie Melodies short where Mel Blanc receives onscreen credit.
158Porky's RomanceLTFrank TashlinBob Bentley,
Joe D'Igalo,
Nelson Demorest (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.),
Don Williams (unc.)
Petunia Pig, Porky Pig7751April 3, 1937noNo
  • First appearance of Petunia Pig.
  • Final cartoon where Porky was voiced by Joe Dougherty.
159She Was an Acrobat's DaughterMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
A.C. Garner,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Gabby Goose, Hippo, Dole Promise, Who Dehr, Maestro Stickoutski, Lester Coward, Bette Savis, Little Oscar7750April 10, 1937noNo
Plot reworked in "Bacall to Arms" (1946).
160Porky's Duck HuntLTTex AveryVirgil Ross,
Robert Cannon,
Bob Clampett (unc.)
Chuck Jones (unc.)
Daffy Duck, Porky Pig7749April 17, 1937noNo
  • First appearance of Daffy Duck.
  • First cartoon with Porky being voiced by Mel Blanc.
  • First Porky cartoon to slim him down.
161Ain't We Got FunMMTex AveryCharles Jones,
Bob Clampett
7780May 1, 1937yesApril 21, 1945No
162Porky and GabbyLTUb IwerksCharles Jones,
Bob Clampett
Gabby Goat, Porky Pig7921May 15, 1937noYes
  • First appearance of Gabby Goat.
  • First WB cartoon directed by Ub Iwerks.
163Clean PasturesMMFriz FrelengPaul Smith,
Phil Monroe
Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, Louis Armstrong, St. Peter, Stepin Fetchit, The Heaven All-Stars, Satan, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Al Jolson, The Mills Brothers7876May 22, 1937
Blu-ray - All Scrappy, All Warners
noNo
One of the Censored Eleven.
164Uncle Tom's BungalowMMTex AverySid Sitherland,
Virgil Ross,
Bob Clampett (unc.),
Chuck Jones (unc.),
Tom Ray (unc.),
Irven Spence (unc.)
Uncle Tom, Hound, Simon Legree, Little Eva, Narrator, Topsy, Eliza7912June 5, 1937
N/A
noNo
One of the Censored Eleven.
165Porky's BuildingLTFrank TashlinVolney White,
Norman McCabe,
Nelson Demorest (unc.)
Porky Pig, Dirty Dogg8093June 19, 1937noNo
166Streamlined Greta GreenMMFriz FrelengCal Dalton,
Ken Harris
Junior, Gasoline Service Man7796June 19, 1937noNo
167Sweet SiouxMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
A.C. Gamer,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Trader Drum, Indian Scout, Chief Rain in the Face79222-13June 26, 1937yesApril 8, 1944No
168Porky's Super ServiceLTUb IwerksCharles Jones,
Robert Clampett
Porky Pig8050July 3, 1937noNo
The final cartoon directed by Ub Iwerks.
169Egghead Rides AgainMMTex AveryPaul Smith,
Irvin Spence,
Virgil Ross (unc.)
Egghead, Red7889July 17, 1937noNo
First appearance of Egghead.
170Porky's Badtime StoryLTBob Clampett
Chuck Jones (asst.) (unc.)
Charles Jones,
John Carey (unc.),
Lu Garnier (unc.)
Gabby Goat, Porky Pig7797July 24, 1937noNo
171Plenty of Money and YouMMFriz FrelengCal Dalton,
Phil Monroe
Ostrich, Weasel, Chicks, Hen8052July 31, 1937noNo
172Porky's RailroadLTFrank TashlinJoe D'Igalo,
Robert Bentley,
Nelson Demorest (unc.)
Porky Pig, Dirty Digg7877August 7, 1937noYes
173A Sunbonnet BlueMMTex AveryVirgil Ross,
Irven Spence (unc.),
Sidney Sutherland (unc.)
Susie, Johnny, Rat8055August 21, 1937yesNovember 17, 1945No
174Get Rich Quick PorkyLTBob Clampett
Chuck Jones (asst.) (unc.)
Charles Jones,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
John Carey (unc.),
Bill Hammer (unc.),
Jerry Hathcock (unc.),
Tom Massey (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Gabby Goat, Porky Pig, Oil Land Hustler, Honest John8148August 28, 1937noYes
Final appearance of Gabby Goat.
175Speaking of the WeatherMMFrank TashlinJoe D'Igalo,
Volney White,
Nelson Demorest (unc.)
Conductor, Cholly Jam, Walter Snitchall, Public Enemy #1, Judge8053September 4, 1937noNo
176Porky's GardenLTTex AverySid Sutherland,
Elmer Wait
Porky Pig7785September 11, 1937noYes
177Dog DazeMMFriz FrelengBob McKimson,
A.C. Gamer
Various Animals and Creatures, Mostly Dogs8054September 18, 1937noNo
178I Wanna Be a SailorMMTex AveryBob Clampett,
Irven Spence (unc.)
Peter Parrot, Mama Parrot, Papa Parrot, Gabby Duckling8091September 25, 1937yesApril 30, 1949Yes
179Rover's RivalLTBob Clampett
Chuck Jones (asst.) (unc.)
Charles Jones,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
John Carey (unc.),
Lu Garnier (unc.),
Bill Hammer (unc.),
Jerry Hathcock (unc.)
Porky Pig, Rover8228October 9, 1937noNo
First cartoon to use the Merry-Go-Round Broke Down as its opening theme and the drum ending card with Porky saying "That's all Folks!".
180The Lyin' MouseMMFriz FrelengKen Harris8092October 16, 1937noNo
181The Case of the Stuttering PigLTFrank TashlinVolney White,
Robert Bentley (unc.)
Nelson Demorest (unc.)
Petunia Pig, Porky Pig, Patrick Pig, Peter Pig, Percy Pig, Portis Pig, Lawyer Goodwill8051October 30, 1937noNo
182Little Red Walking HoodMMTex AveryIrven Spence,
Virgil Ross (unc.)
Bob McKimson (unc.)
Paul Smith (unc.)
Cecil Surry (unc.)
Egghead, Little Red Riding Hood, Wolf, Granny8181November 6, 1937yesAugust 17, 1946No
183Porky's Double TroubleLTFrank TashlinJoe D'Igalo,
Nelson Demorest (unc.)
Petunia Pig, Porky Pig7950November 13, 1937noNo
184The Woods Are Full of CuckoosMMFrank TashlinRobert Bentley,
Nelson Demorest (unc.),
Volney White (unc.)
Mr. Gowlin, Tizzie Fish8149December 4, 1937noNo
185Porky's Hero AgencyLTBob Clampett
Chuck Jones (asst.) (unc.)
Charles Jones,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
John Carey (unc.),
Izzy Ellis (unc.),
Lu Guarnier
Porky Pig, Porky's Mother, Emperor Jones, The Gorgon8308December 4, 1937noNo
186September in the RainMMFriz FrelengCal Dalton,
Bob McKimson (unc.)
Blue Dye Bottle, Morton Salt Girl8183December 18, 1937noNo
The Turner prints of this short cut out all blackface scenes, reducing the short to less than five minutes.
1938
#TitleSeriesDirectorAnimatorCharactersIdentification NumberIdentification Number (BR)Release dateAvailabilityreissue?Reissue release dateIn the public domain?NotesVideo if in the public domain
187Daffy Duck & EggheadMMTex AveryVirgil Ross,
Irven Spence (unc.)
Daffy, Egghead, Turtle Referee, Nut House Duck8226January 1, 1938yesApril 20, 1946No
188Porky's PoppaLTBob Clampett
Chuck Jones (asst.) (unc.)
Charles Jones,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
John Carey (unc.),
Bill Hammer (unc.), Jerry Hathcock (unc.)
Porky Pig, Porky's Poppa, Narrator, Duck8352January 15, 1938noNo
189My Little BuckarooMMFriz FrelengBob McKimsonSheriff, Posse, Mexican Bandito, The Terror, Pig Rider8227January 29, 1938yesNovember 6, 1943Yes
190Porky at the CrocaderoLTFrank TashlinVolney White,
Robert Bentley (unc.),
Nelson Demarest (unc.)
Porky Pig, Hollywood Caricatures8090February 5, 1938noNo
191Jungle JittersMMFriz FrelengPhil Monroe,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Natives, Guard, Preacher, Vacuum Cleaner, Salesman, Queen8306February 19, 1938noYes
One of the Censored Eleven.
Play media
Jungle Jitters
192What Price PorkyLTBob ClampettCharles Jones,
Bob Cannon
Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, General Quacko8404February 26, 1938noNo
193The Sneezing WeaselMMTex AverySid Sutherland,
Virgil Ross (unc.),
Irven Spence (unc.)
Weasel, Chicks, Mama Hen, Wilbur8310March 12, 1938noYes
194Porky's Phoney ExpressLTCal Howard
Cal Dalton
Herman CohenPorky Pig, Porky's Boss8368March 19, 1938noNo
First cartoon directed by Cal Dalton and Cal Howard.
195A Star is HatchedMMFriz FrelengBob McKimsonEmily the Chicken, Clem, J. Megga Phone, W.C. Fields8336[17]:441April 2, 1938noNo
  • Final cartoon directed by Friz Freleng in the 1930s. Freleng left Warner Bros. shortly for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer because they paid better for their new Captain and the Kids cartoon series. The series failed to gain a wide audience and was cancelled after 15 shorts. Freleng returned to Warner Bros. in late 1939.
  • Final appearance of Emily.
196Porky's Five & TenLTBob ClampettCharles Jones,
John Carey
Porky Pig8453April 16, 1938noNo
197The Penguin ParadeMMTex AveryPaul Smith,
Virgil Ross (unc.)
Irven Spence (unc.)
Walrus, Drunk Penguin, Dancing Penguin, M.C., Vocalists8311April 23, 1938noNo
198Porky's Hare HuntLTBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton (uncredited)[18]
Volney White,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Porky Pig, Happy Rabbit, Dog8405April 30, 1938noNo
First appearance of Happy Rabbit, who evolved into Bugs Bunny.
199Now That Summer is GoneMMFrank TashlinBob McKimson,
Robert Bentley (unc.),
Ken Harris (unc.),
Volney Whith (unc.)
Johnny Squirrel, Father, City Slicker8403May 14, 1938noNo
200Injun TroubleLTBob ClampettCharles Jones,
I. Ellis,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
John Carey (unc.)
Porky Pig, Sloppy Moe, Trail Boss, Injun Joe8505May 21, 1938noYes
  • Not to be confused with the later 1969 Warner Bros. cartoon of the same name
  • Color remake: Wagon Heels.
201The Isle of Pingo PongoMMTex AveryIrven Spence,
Virgil Ross (unc.)
Egghead8402May 28, 1938
N/A
yesAugust 19, 1944No
202Porky the FiremanLTFrank TashlinRobert BentleyPorky Pig8182June 4, 1938noNo
203Katnip KollegeMMCal Dalton
Cal Howard
Joe D'Igalo,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Johnny Cat, Kitty Bright, Mr. Jones8487June 11, 1938yesMay 4, 1946No
204Porky's PartyLTBob ClampettCharles Jones,
Norman McCabe,
Robert Cannon (unc.)
Izzy Ellis (unc.)
Porky Pig, Black Fury, Penguin, Goosey, Silkworm8592June 25, 1938noNo
205Have You Got Any Castles?MMFrank TashlinKen Harris,
Bob McKimson (unc.),
Phil Monroe (unc.)
Paul J. Smith (unc.)
Town Crier, Praying Earth, Rip Van Winkle, Emily Host, Aladdin, Vocal Group, Old King Cole, W. C. Fields, Whistler's Mother, Heidi8425June 25, 1938yesFebruary 1, 1947Yes
DVD version restores Alexander Woolcott scenes, cut after his death when the cartoon was re-released.
Play media
Have You Got Any Castles?
206Love and CursesMMBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Herman Cohen,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Harold, Emily, Roger St. Clair8504July 9, 1938noNo
207Cinderella Meets FellaMMTex AveryVirgil Ross,
Irven Spence (unc.)
Egghead, Cinderella, Fairy Godmother, Cuckoo Clock, Royal Guard8424July 23, 1938noNo
208Porky's Spring PlantingLTFrank TashlinJoe D'IgaloPorky Pig, Streamline the Dog, Rooster, Chickens8307July 25, 1938noYes
Follow-up to 1937's Porky's Garden.
209Porky & DaffyLTBob ClampettRobert Cannon,
John Carey,
Izzy Ellis (unc.)
Chuck Jones (unc.)
Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, The Champ8594August 6, 1938noNo
210The Major Lied 'Til DawnMMFrank TashlinPhilip MonroeThe Major, Young Boy, Elephant8488August 13, 1938noNo
211Wholly SmokeLTFrank TashlinRob't BentleyPorky Pig, Nick O'Teen8309August 27, 1938noNo
212A-Lad-In BagdadMMCal Howard
Cal Dalton
Volney White,
Robert McKimson (unc.),
Rod Scribner (unc.),
Martha Sigall (unc.)
Egghead, Genie8595August 27, 1938noNo
213Cracked IceMMFrank TashlinBob McKimson,
Volney White (unc.)
W.C. Squeals, Charlie McCarthy8507September 10, 1938noNo
This cartoon has a special opening take of "Merrily We Roll Along".
214A Feud There WasMMTex AverySid Sutherland,
Irven Spence (unc.),
Virgil Ross (unc.)
Egghead85061317September 24, 1938yesSeptember 11, 1943
September 13, 1952
No
First cartoon with the name Elmer Fudd, though "The Isle of Pingo Pongo" mentions this on its lobby card.
215Porky in WackylandLTBob ClampettNorman McCabe,
I. Ellis
Porky Pig, Yo-Yo Do-Do8608September 24, 1938noNo
216Little Pancho VanillaMMFrank TashlinBob McKimsonPancho, Three Senoritas, Bull8599October 8, 1938yesMarch 20, 1948No
217Porky's Naughty NephewLTBob ClampettRobert CannonPorky Pig, Pinky Pig8674October 15, 1938noNo
218Johnny Smith and Poker-HuntasMMTex AveryPaul Smith,
Virgil Ross
Egghead, Poker-Huntas8597October 22, 1938yesJune 22, 1946No
219Porky in EgyptLTBob ClampettNorman McCabePorky Pig, Humpty Bumpty8682November 5, 1938noNo
220You're an EducationMMFrank TashlinBob McKimson,
A.C. Gamer (unc.)
Travel Brochures, Flying Fish, Swimmers, Hungary Boys, Cook Island Thief of Bagdad, Pawnee Indians, Baby, Central America Bobbies, Mounties, Scotland Yard, Dude Ranch Hand, Lone Stranger, Lone Stranger's Horse, Sherlock Holmes, Singing Tibetan8681November 5, 1938noNo
Final cartoon in the 1930s to be directed by Frank Tashlin.
221The Night WatchmanMMChuck JonesKen Harris,
Keith Darling (unc.),
A.C. Gamer (unc.),
Bob McKimson (unc.),
Phil Monroe (unc.),
Rod Scribner (unc.),
Ben Washam (unc.)
Tommy Cat8607November 19, 1938yesMay 18, 1946No
First cartoon directed by Chuck Jones, taking over Tashlin's old unit.
222The Daffy DocLTBob ClampettJohn Carey,
Vive Risto,
Izzy Ellis (unc.),
Norman McCabe (unc.)
Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Dr Quack8686November 26, 1938noNo
223Daffy Duck in HollywoodMMTex AveryVirgil Ross,
Irven Spence (unc.)
Daffy Duck, I. M. Stupendous, Mark Von Hemburger, Rooster Actor, Assistant Directors, Katharine Hepburn, Chicken, Fat Lady8609December 12, 1938[13]:423noNo
First solo Daffy Duck cartoon.
224Porky the GobLTBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Gil Turner,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Porky Pig8610December 17, 1938noNo
225Count Me OutMMBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Herman Cohen,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Egghead, Biff Stew8687December 17, 1938noNo
226The Mice Will PlayMMTex AverySid Sutherland,
Virgil Ross (unc.),
Irven Spence
Johnny Mouse, Susie Mouse8683December 31, 1938noNo
1939
#TitleSeriesDirectorAnimatorCharactersIdentification numberIdentification number (BR)Release dateAvailabilityreissue?Reissue release dateIn the public domain?NotesVideo if in the public domain
227The Lone Stranger and PorkyLTBob ClampettI. Ellis,
Robert Cannon
Porky Pig8748[17]:437January 7, 1939noNo
228Dog Gone ModernMMChuck JonesPhilip MonroeTwo Curious Puppies8745January 14, 1939noNo
229It's an Ill WindLTBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Herman Cohen,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Porky Pig, Dizzy Duck8684January 28, 1939noNo
First appearance of Dizzy Duck
230Hamateur NightMMTex AveryPaul SmithEgghead, Various Contestants, Audience with crushed feet, Hippo, Flea, Juliet Hen, Master of Ceremonies8685January 28, 1939noYes
231Robin Hood Makes GoodMMChuck JonesBob McKimsonThree Squirrels, Fox8751February 11, 1939yesJuly 6, 1946Yes
Play media
Robin Hood Makes Good
232Porky's Tire TroubleLTBob ClampettNorman McCabe,
John Carey (unc.),
Izzy Ellis (unc.),
Vive Risto (unc.)
Porky Pig, Porky's Boss, Flat Foot Flookey8750February 18, 1939noNo
233Gold Rush DazeMMBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Gil TurnerCop, Seabiscuit, City Slicker, Old Prospector, Old Timer, Driver, Scandinavian8749February 25, 1939noYes
Play media
Gold Rush Daze
234A Day at the ZooMMTex AveryRollin Hamilton,
Virgil Ross (unc.)
Egghead87471308March 11, 1939yesNovember 8, 1952Yes
235Porky's Movie MysteryLTBob ClampettErnest GeePorky Pig8752March 11, 1939
  • Laserdisc - Guffaw and Order: Looney Tunes Fight Crime
  • DVD - Porky Pig 101
noNo
236Prest-O Change-OMMChuck JonesKen HarrisTwo Curious Puppies
Happy Rabbit, Cuckoo Clock
8833March 25, 1939yesFebruary 5, 1949Yes
Last short with the first design of Happy Rabbit before he is redesigned as a grey rabbit.
237Chicken JittersLTBob ClampettRobert Cannon,
Vive Risto
Porky Pig8860April 1, 1939noYes
238Bars and Stripes ForeverMMBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Rod ScribnerWarden Paws, Barber, Jerry Colonna88351470April 8, 1939noYes
239Daffy Duck and the DinosaurMMChuck JonesA.C. GamerDaffy Duck, Fido, Casper Caveman8839April 22, 1939noYes
Final Warner Bros. cartoon to open with "VITAPHONE" and "Presents".
240Porky and TeabiscuitLTBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Herman CohenPorky Pig8864April 29, 1939noNo
241Thugs with Dirty MugsMMTex AverySidney SutherlandFlat Foot Flanigan, Killer Diller, Bank Clerk, Annoyed Mobster, Audience Member, Secret Agents,8753May 6, 1939noNo
242Kristopher Kolumbus Jr.LTBob ClampettNorman McCabe,
I. Ellis,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
John Carey (unc.)
Porky Pig, Queen Isabella8862May 13, 1939noNo
243Naughty but MiceMMChuck JonesPhil MonroeSniffles the Mouse, Cat8861May 20, 1939noNo
First appearance of Sniffles.
244Believe It or ElseMMTex AveryVirgil Ross,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Egghead8837June 3, 1939[13]:424noNo
  • Final appearance of Egghead.
  • This cartoon has a special WARNER BROS. on the banner. The WB shield is big like the VITAPHONE Presents cartoons from 1936 to 1939.
245Polar PalsLTBob ClampettJohn Carey,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
Izzy Ellis (unc.)
Porky Pig8922June 3, 1939noNo
246Hobo Gadget BandMMBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Richard Bickenboch,
Rod Scribner (unc.),
Gil Turner (unc.)
Mr. Sneer8859June 17, 1939yesFebruary 14, 1948No
247Scalp TroubleLTBob ClampettNorman McCabe,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
John Carey (unc.),
Izzy Ellis (unc.)
Daffy Duck, Porky Pig8924June 24, 1939noNo
248Old GloryMMChuck JonesBob McKimson,
Ken Harris (unc.),
Rudy Larriva (unc.)
Porky Pig, Uncle Sam92391363July 1, 1939yesAugust 25, 1945
September 12, 1953
No
Ending flagshot cue restored on DVD release, which was cut on re-release to replace the Leon Schlesinger credit.
249Porky's PicnicLTBob ClampettRobert Cannon,
Vive Risto
Petunia, Porky Pig8926July 15, 1939noNo
250Dangerous Dan McFooMMTex AveryPaul SmithDan McFoo, Sue, Character Who Fights Dan McFoo, Narrator, Fight Commentator,8863July 15, 1939yesJanuary 31, 1948No
251Snowman's LandMMChuck JonesKen Harris,
Bob McKimson (unc.)
Phil Monroe (unc.)
Head Mountie, Little Mountie, Dirty Pierre8925July 29, 1939noNo
252Wise QuacksLTBob ClampettI. Ellis,
Robert Cannon (unc.),
John Carey (unc.)
Daffy Duck, Porky Pig8928August 5, 1939noNo
253Hare-um Scare-umMMBen Hardaway, Cal DaltonGil TurnerHappy Rabbit, Hunter8923August 12, 1939noNo
254Detouring AmericaMMTex AveryRollin HamiltonNarrator, Mr. Butterfinger8927August 26, 1939noNo
Nominated for an Academy Award for best animated film in 1939.
255Little Brother RatMMChuck JonesBob McKimsonSniffles, Father Owl, Baby Owls, Scavenger Hunt Clerk, Other Mice8931September 2, 1939yesJune 8, 1946No
256Porky's HotelLTBob ClampettJohn Carey,
Norman McCabe
Porky Pig9098September 2, 1939noNo
257Sioux MeMMBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Herman CohenIndian Chief, Rainmaker, Indian Boy, Baby Turtle, Inventor, Narrator, Indian Bass Singer89291235 (not on Screen)September 9, 1939noNo
258Land of the Midnight FunMMTex AveryCharles McKimson,
Bob McKimson (unc.),
Virgil Ross (unc.)
9097September 23, 1939noNo
259Jeepers CreepersLTBob ClampettVive Risto,
Robert Cannon (unc.)
John Carey (unc.)
Izzy Ellis (unc.)
Porky Pig, Ghost, Singing Ghost, Police Dispatcher9100September 23, 1939noNo
260Naughty NeighborsLTBob ClampettI. EllisPetunia, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck (cameo), Happy Rabbit (cameo)9102October 7, 1939noNo
261The Little Lion HunterMMChuck JonesPhil Monroe,
Ken Harris (unc.),
Rudy Larriva (unc.)
Bob McKimson (unc.)
Inki, Mynah Bird9105October 7, 1939noNo
First appearances of Inki & the Mynah Bird.
262The Good EggMMChuck JonesKen Harris,
Bob McKimson (unc.)
9099October 21, 1939yesJanuary 5, 1946No
263Pied Piper PorkyLTBob ClampettJohn Carey,
Dave Hoffman
Porky Pig9104November 4, 1939
  • Laserdisc - Wince Upon A Time: Foolhardy Fairy Tales and Looney Legends
  • DVD - Porky Pig 101, Disc 4
  • DVD - A Night at the Movies
  • Streaming - HBO Max (restored)
noNo
264Fresh FishMMTex AverySid Sutherland,
Virgil Ross (unc.),
Rod Scribner (unc.)
9161November 4, 1939yesApril 6, 1946No
265Fagin's FreshmanMMBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Rod ScribnerMama Cat, Blackie the Kitten, Three Little Kittens, Fagin91011226November 18, 1939yesSeptember 16, 1950No
266Porky the Giant KillerLTBen Hardaway
Cal Dalton
Gil Turner,
Rod Scribner (unc.)
Porky Pig, The Giant9106November 18, 1939noNo
267Sniffles and the BookwormMMChuck JonesBob McKimsonSniffles, Bookworm91971251December 2, 1939yesNovember 10, 1951No
First appearance of Bookworm.
268Screwball FootballMMTex AveryVirgil RossCoach9155December 16, 1939noNo
269The Film FanLTBob ClampettNorman McCabe,
Vive Risto,
John Carey (unc.),
Izzy Ellis (unc.)
Porky Pig9156December 16, 1939noNo
270The Curious PuppyMMChuck JonesPhilip Monroe,
Ken Harris,
Robert McKimson
Two Curious Puppies9157December 30, 1939noNo
Further reading
See also
References
  1. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-457w9CzzY
  2. ^ a b c d e f​http://calvincrowe.tripod.com/redrawn/misc.htm
  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cz_Zg6M3s2I
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