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List of Mel Blanc Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Days of Wine and Roses (1962)
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Days of Wine and Roses
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After getting married to Kirsten, an alcoholic man named Joe gets her addicted to drinking as well. Things get ugly, when Kirsten is nearly killed one day, after she causes a fire in her apartment while being drunk. When Joe loses his job too, he decides that they need to stop drinking.  

Starring:
Jack Lemmon, Lee Remick, Jack Klugman, Charles Bickford
Directed By:
2. Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
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Breakfast at Tiffany's
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The movie follows Holly Golightly who has a habit of staring at the windows of Tiffany & Co. and is looking for a wealthy man to marry. Things take a romantic turn when struggling writer Paul Varjak moves in next door. Holly eventually finds true love and happiness with Paul. 

Directed By:
3. A Wave, a WAC and a Marine (1944)
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A Wave, a WAC and a Marine
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Henny is a talent scout working for the Margaret Arnes Film Agency in Hollywood. His boss Sally wants to put a couple of Broadway stars under contract, but Henny mistakenly signs up their understudies instead.

Starring:
Henny Youngman, Sally Eilers, Richard Lane, Ann Gillis
Directed By:
Phil Karlson
4. Champagne for Caesar (1950)
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Champagne for Caesar
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Genius Beauregard Bottomley is rejected in a job interview by Burnbridge Waters, the owner of Milady Soap. Beauregard plans his revenge by entering the game show, Masquerade for Money, sponsored by Milady Soap and winning until the company goes bankrupt. Things get complicated when Waters hires Flame O'Neal to find Bottomley’s weakness. 

Starring:
Celeste Holm, Vincent Price, Ronald Colman, Art Linkletter, Barbara Britton
Directed By:
Richard Whorf
6. The Three Stooges Scrapbook (1963)
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The Three Stooges Scrapbook
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Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Marjorie Eaton, Joe DeRita
Directed By:
Sidney Miller
7. Broadway Melody of 1940 (1940)
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Broadway Melody of 1940
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Starring:
Fred Astaire, Ian Hunter, George Murphy, Frank Morgan, Eleanor Powell
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
8. Speaking of Animals Down on the Farm (1941)
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Speaking of Animals Down on the Farm
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Role:
Various Animals (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Tex Avery, Lou Lilly
9. Kiss Me, Stupid (1964)
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Kiss Me, Stupid
PG-13
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Orville Spooner is a pianist who sends his beautiful wife Zelda away for the night since he has invited a famed singer named Dino for the night, hoping that he can impress him and sell him a song.

Starring:
Ray Walston, Dean Martin, Kim Novak, Felicia Farr, John Fiedler
Directed By:
10. The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)
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The Fuller Brush Girl
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In order to pay for the house she and her fiancé Humphrey wish for, bumbling Sally Elliot takes up door-to-door sales job with Fuller Brush Cosmetics; but unintentionally gets caught in a murder case. Afraid that she will be the first suspect, Sally with Humphrey tries to track the real culprit. The chase leads them to an ocean-going ship with hilarious consequences. 

Starring:
Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert, Jeff Donnell, Carl Benton Reid, Gale Robbins
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
11. The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew (1983)
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The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew
PG
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Bob and Doug are two unemployed brothers who are unable to find success in film-making. Later, they are offered jobs at a brewery of inspecting for mice in beer bottles. However, they soon come across a conspiracy involving the brewery that they are working at.

Starring:
Rick Moranis, Max von Sydow, Paul Dooley, Dave Thomas, Lynne Griffin
Directed By:
12. So You Love Your Dog (1953)
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So You Love Your Dog
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Role:
Dusty (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Creighton Hale, Phyllis Coates, George O'Hanlon, Oscar Blank
Directed By:
Richard L. Bare
13. Rendezvous in Space (1964)
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Rendezvous in Space
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2
Role:
Chinese Magician / Astronaut / Carrot (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Paul Frees, Jim Backus, Marcia McBroom
Directed By:
Frank Capra
14. The Jungle Book (1942)
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The Jungle Book
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Role:
Kaa
15. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979)
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Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
PG
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Starring:
Tim O'Connor, Henry Silva, Pamela Hensley, Gil Gerard
Directed By:
Daniel Haller
16. Neptune's Daughter (1949)
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Neptune's Daughter
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Starring:
Red Skelton, Keenan Wynn, Ricardo Montalban, Esther Williams
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
17. South Sea Woman (1953)
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South Sea Woman
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US Marine, Master Gunnery Sergeant James O-Hearn, is being tried at the San Diego Marine base on several charges including desertion, theft, scandalous conduct and destruction of property, in times of war. However, the soldier refuses to testify or plead guilty or not guilty. 

Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Leon Askin, Chuck Connors, Virginia Mayo, Barry Kelley, Arthur Shields
Directed By:
Arthur Lubin
18. April Showers (1948)
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April Showers
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April Showers is a musical film which tells the story of a struggling vaudeville couple, who manage to find a lot of popularity and success after they add their son to the show. However, things turn upside down when the father begins to take a liking to alcohol, and gets addicted.

Starring:
Ann Sothern, Jack Carson, S.Z. Sakall, Robert Alda
Directed By:
James V. Kern
19. Speaking of Animals and Their Families (1942)
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Speaking of Animals and Their Families
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Role:
Various Animals (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Gayne Whitman
Directed By:
Jerry Fairbanks, Robert Carlisle
20. Fast and Furious (1939)
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Fast and Furious
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A detective couple visit Seaside City for a vacation, where the husband is made one of the judges of a beauty pageant. Together, they witness a scam and investigate a murder.

Starring:
Ann Sothern, Franchot Tone, Lee Bowman, Allyn Joslyn
Directed By:
Busby Berkeley
21. It's a Great Feeling (1949)
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It's a Great Feeling
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Starring:
Doris Day, Eleanor Parker, Michael Curtiz, Jane Wyman, Edward G. Robinson, King Vidor, Errol Flynn
Directed By:
David Butler
22. Jack and the Beanstalk (1952)
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Jack and the Beanstalk
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Starring:
Lou Costello, Bud Abbott, Dorothy Ford, Buddy Baer
Directed By:
Jean Yarbrough
23. Palm Springs Weekend (1963)
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Palm Springs Weekend
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A group of college students from Los Angeles reach Palm Springs for the Easter Weekend. Student Jim falls in love with the daughter of the overprotective local police chief while Biff and Amanda try to seduce each other but get constantly interrupted. Meanwhile, playboy Eric vies with Hollywood stuntman, Doug, for the attention of a girl. 

Starring:
Connie Stevens, Dawn Wells, Ty Hardin, Troy Donahue, Robert Conrad
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
24. Johnny Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1944)
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Johnny Doesn't Live Here Anymore
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Johnny Doesn’t Live Here Anymore is a romantic comedy war film which tells the story of a man who after enlisting in the army, rents out his apartment to a young girl. However, the problem is that he had given his apartment keys to several of his friends and they keep dropping in.  .

Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Alan Dinehart, James Ellison, Simone Simon, William Terry
Directed By:
Joe May
25. This Theatre and You (1949)
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This Theatre and You
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Role:
Bugs Bunny (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Brandon Beach
Directed By:
Felix Jacoves
26. Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961)
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Snow White and the Three Stooges
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The Evil Queen of Fortunia decides to murder her step-daughter Snow White, the rightful heir to the throne. Snow White escapes and is joined by the Three Stooges, who are carrying a boy named Quatro with them, who in reality is Prince Charming having lost his memory. They must defeat the Evil Queen. 

Starring:
Larry Fine, Patricia Medina, Carol Heiss, Edson Stroll
Directed By:
Walter Lang, Frank Tashlin
27. Scalawag (1973)
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Scalawag
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Peg-legged pirate Peg, with parrot ‘Barfly’ and crew of land-locked pirates, is in search of a treasure buried by the deceitful Mudhook and his twin. Peg asks young Jamie and his sister Lucy-Ann to help locate the treasure. As they fight the Native Americans while traversing the rough territory, Peg and Jamie form a bond which is strained by Peg’s untruthful ways. 

Starring:
Danny DeVito, Kirk Douglas, Mark Lester, Neville Brand, George Eastman
Directed By:
28. Orange Blossoms for Violet (1952)
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Orange Blossoms for Violet
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This short comedy film uses sound effects and voices while it shows footage of two male monkeys who are struggling over the female monkey that they are attracted to.

Role:
Harvey / Fred (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Robert C. Bruce
29. Gold Is Where You Lose It (1944)
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Gold Is Where You Lose It
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Role:
Luke - Stuttering Customer
Starring:
Andy Clyde, Emmett Lynn, Judy Malcolm, Al Thompson
Directed By:
Jules White
30. Fifty Years of Bugs Bunny in 3 1/2 Minutes (1989)
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Fifty Years of Bugs Bunny in 3 1/2 Minutes
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Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Starring:
Noel Blanc
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Tex Avery, Robert Clampett, Chuck Workman
31. How's Your Love Life? (1971)
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How's Your Love Life?
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Starring:
Mary Beth Hughes, Leslie Brooks, John Agar, Grant Williams
Directed By:
Russel Vincent

TV Movie(s)

1. The Thread of Life (1960)
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The Thread of Life
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Role:
Ship's Voice (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Frank Baxter, Don Grady, Chet Huntley, Charles Seel
Directed By:
Owen Crump
2. Murder Can Hurt You! (1980)
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Murder Can Hurt You!
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Starring:
Tony Danza, Gavin MacLeod, Connie Stevens, Victor Buono
Directed By:
Roger Duchowny

Animation(s)

About Time (1962)
About Time
Role:
(voices) (uncredited)
Starring:
Les Tremayne, Richard Deacon, Frank Baxter
Directed By:
Owen Crump
Duck Amuck (1953)
Duck Amuck
Plot:

Daffy Duck is infuriated with his unseen animator, who keeps changing his backgrounds, his appearance and even the soundtrack at a whim.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Bugs Bunny (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Bugs Bunny Show (1960)
The Bugs Bunny Show
TV-G
Role:
Bugs Bunny / ... (18 episodes, 1960-1971)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, June Foray, Stan Freberg, Jim Backus
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour (1968)
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour
Role:
Bugs Bunny / ... (voice) (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rabbit of Seville (1950)
Rabbit of Seville
TV-G
Plot:

A cartoon short about a bunny and his archenemy. Rabbit of Seville follows a hunter chasing a bunny through a runtime of 7:13 punctuated by slapstick humor and selected compositions from the opera The Barber of Seville.

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rabbit Seasoning (1952)
Rabbit Seasoning
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rabbit Fire (1951)
Rabbit Fire
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Elephant (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
What's Opera, Doc? (1957)
What's Opera, Doc?
Plot:

Pretending to be a Viking warrior, Elmer is on his pursuit of Bugs Bunny, although his attempts to catch the latter end up failing.

Role:
Bugs Bunny as Brunhilde / Elmer Fudd as Siegfried (screaming) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century (1953)
Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century
Plot:

Duck Dodgers, a well-known space hero, is assigned with the task of locating the uncharted ‘Planet X’, which is the ony known remaining source where they might be able to find the ‘shaving cream atom’. Along with his assistant Porky, he sets out his mission.

Role:
Daffy Duck AKA Duck Dodgers / Porky Pig / Marvin the Martian / Dr. I.Q. Hi (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Duck! Rabbit, Duck! (1953)
Duck! Rabbit, Duck!
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Bugs and Thugs (1954)
Bugs and Thugs
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Rocky / Mugsy / Two Policemen (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show (1978)
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show
Role:
Various Characters (voice) (unknown episodes)
Starring:
June Foray, Larry Storch
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Trollkins (1981)
Trollkins
TV-G
Role:
Additional Voices (13 episodes, 1981)
Starring:
Scatman Crothers, Alan Young, Don Messick, Michael Bell
Hare-Way to the Stars (1958)
Hare-Way to the Stars
Plot:

After Bugs Bunny unwittingly finds himself on a rocket he crashes the spaceship on a space station and runs into Marvin the Martian who is trying to blow up Earth. Bugs Bunny’s attempts to stop Marvin end up having unexpected consequences for Earth and its inhabitants. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Marvin the Martian / Countdown Voice (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hillbilly Hare (1950)
Hillbilly Hare
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is vacationing in the Ozarks, when he enters into the territory of two hillbilly brothers. Things get complicated because the brothers mistake him for a member of their enemy clan, and they begin to shoot at him. In order to fool them, Bugs decides to dress himself as a hillbilly girl.        

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Curt Martin (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg, John T. Smith
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Racketeer Rabbit (1946)
Racketeer Rabbit
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is looking for a place where he can spend the night. He soon finds an abandoned farmhouse, which unknown to him, is the hideout of two gangsters Rocky and Hugo. Things get complicated when Rocky and Hugo returns, being pursued by rival gangsters. They take cover inside the farmhouse, and a gunfight starts.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Hugo (voice)
Starring:
Dick Nelson
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Feed the Kitty (1952)
Feed the Kitty
Role:
Marc Anthony / Pussyfoot (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hair-Raising Hare (1946)
Hair-Raising Hare
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Peter Lorre Scientist / Gossamer / Doctor (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Bully for Bugs (1953)
Bully for Bugs
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Bull Gulping (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Robin Hood Daffy (1958)
Robin Hood Daffy
Role:
Daffy Duck as Robin Hood / Porky Pig as Friar Tuck (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Long-Haired Hare (1949)
Long-Haired Hare
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Giovanni Jones - screaming / Maestro / Delivery Boy / Musicians (voice)
Starring:
Nicolai Shutorov
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Water, Water Every Hare (1952)
Water, Water Every Hare
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Rudolph - Gossamer / Mouse (voice)
Starring:
John T. Smith
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Don't Give Up the Sheep (1953)
Don't Give Up the Sheep
Role:
Ralph Sheepdog / Ralph Wolf / Fred Sheepdog / Wildcat (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Operation: Rabbit (1952)
Operation: Rabbit
Plot:

An animated cartoon directed by Chuck Jones, Operation: Rabbit is set in a desert where Bugs Bunny lives in a burrow. When Wile E. Coyote comes knocking at his door with the intent of eating him, Bugs Bunny has to quickly think of a way of outwitting him.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hare Tonic (1945)
Hare Tonic
TV-G
Plot:

The cartoon in Warner Bros. Looney Tunes series follows the adventures of Bugs Bunny and his arch-nemesis Elmer Fudd. After Elmer purchases Bugs at a grocery store to make rabbit stew, Bugs outwits him, escapes and starts to torment Elmer, making him wish he had never bought Bugs. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rhapsody Rabbit (1946)
Rhapsody Rabbit
Plot:

Rhapsody Rabbit is an animated comedy film where Bugs Bunny is a concert pianist. On his big night, he sits down to deliver Liszi’s Second Hungarian Rhapsody, but a mouse living in his piano begins to cause problems for him.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Coughing Audience Member (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Transylvania 6-5000 (1963)
Transylvania 6-5000
Plot:

Bugs Bunny accidentally ends up in Pittsburghe, Transylvania instead of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. There he encounters the vampire, Count Blood Count, who tries everything to prey on Bugs. But Bugs keeps outwitting him with spells and ultimately drives the Count away from his own castle.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Ben Frommer, Julie Bennett
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Buccaneer Bunny (1948)
Buccaneer Bunny
Plot:

Bugs Bunny steals a treasure from pirate Yosemite Sam, but Sam finds out and chases Bugs, in order to get it back.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Polly Parrot (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Beanstalk Bunny (1955)
Beanstalk Bunny
Plot:

In this animated adaptation of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, Daffy Duck takes on the role of Jack and tosses away some beans in Bugs Bunny’s rabbit hole which turn into giant beanstalks. When both Bugs and Daffy reach the top and find a castle, both of them are chased by the giant Elmer Fudd. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Fast and Furry-ous (1949)
Fast and Furry-ous
Role:
Coyote Effects (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
High Diving Hare (1949)
High Diving Hare
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Telegram Boy (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Scaredy Cat (1948)
Scaredy Cat
Role:
Porky Pig / Mouse in Cuckoo Clock / Sylvester (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Road Runner Show (1966)
The Road Runner Show
TV-G
Role:
Various Characters (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, June Foray, Paul Julian, Hal Smith
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Baby Buggy Bunny (1954)
Baby Buggy Bunny
Plot:

A gangster of short stature, known as Baby-Face Finster, robs a bank and escapes in a pram disguised as a baby. However, when the pram, with all looted money, goes down the rabbit hole of Bugs Bunny, Finster pretends to be a baby and gets adopted by Bunny in order to gain hold of his treasure.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Baby-Faced Finster / Ant Hill Harry / TV Reporter / Sergeant / Clancy (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rabbit Punch (1948)
Rabbit Punch
Plot:

When Champ "Battling McGook" continues to punch Challenger "Dyspectic McBlaster", in spite of defeating him in the first round, Bugs Bunny jeer at him from outside the stadium. Hearing it, the Champ catches him up and throws him into the ring for a match. Although initially cornered, Bugs soon draws up his strategy and very soon two begin to cheat. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Ring Announcer (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Bugs Bunny Rides Again (1948)
Bugs Bunny Rides Again
Plot:

Bugs Bunny Rides Again is an animated comedy western short film which shows us a western showdown of Bugs Bunny against Yosemite Sam, his rival.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Cowboys / Skunk (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Sahara Hare (1955)
Sahara Hare
Plot:

Bugs Bunny pops up from under the ground, expecting that he is in Miami Beach. However, he unfortunately finds himself in the Sahara Desert. As he prepares to spend some time in peace, he is spotted by Yosemite Sam, his arch enemy. Bugs runs and Yosemite follows him on his camel.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam AKA Riff Raff / Daffy Duck (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Porky Pig's Feat (1943)
Porky Pig's Feat
Plot:

Porky Pig’s Feat is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Porky Pig and Daffy Duck, who realize that they owe a huge sum of money to the Broken Arms Hotel. However, since they have run out of money, they decide to escape without making their payment. However, the hotel’s manager turns out to be too smart and all their attempts to escape fail, after which they get locked up in a room.  

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / Broken Arms Hotel Manager / Elevator Gambler / Bugs Bunny (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Hare Do (1949)
Hare Do
Plot:

Elmer Fudd has been hunting for Bugs Bunny with the help of his ‘Wabbit Detector’. However, Bugs Bunny seems to be aware of this, and he misleads Elmer. Eventually, he enters a theater, and disguises himself as an old lady. However, Elmer manages to find him and chases him, until Bugs splatters a pie in his face.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Usher / Lion (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Hare Trigger (1945)
Hare Trigger
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is riding on the mail car of a train, singing a nonsensical song called ‘Go Get the Axe’, when a bandit makes a failed attempt to rob the train. However, he eventually manages to catch up and board the train. While he begins to rob it, the mail clerk wraps himself in a package. When he sees Bugs Bunny, he claims to be Yosemite Sam.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Train Passengers / Narrator (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Kiss Me Cat (1953)
Kiss Me Cat
Plot:

Mark Anthony, the bulldog, is very loving towards Pussyfoot. Horrified to hear that their master will get rid of the kitten if he does not start catching mice, Mark Anthony takes it upon himself to teach his little charge how to behave like a proper cat and catch mice.

Role:
Marc Anthony / Pussyfoot / Tom / Mouse (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Chow Hound (1951)
Chow Hound
Plot:

A hungry dog has a brilliant scheme to get more food. He plants cats in different houses, and bullies them of the food they get from the owners. However, his hunger eventually keeps increasing more and more.  

Role:
Cat / Mouse / Vaughan / K. Harris / Doctor (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Stan Freberg, John T. Smith
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
No Parking Hare (1954)
No Parking Hare
Plot:

Construction is going on for a new freeway. The noise and vibrations wake up Bugs Bunny, and cover him with dirt. Things get even worse when Bugs realizes that the freeway might be built through his home.

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
John T. Smith
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Haredevil Hare (1948)
Haredevil Hare
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Marvin the Martian / K-9 / Radio Jingle Singer / Control Center Technicians (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rabbit Hood (1949)
Rabbit Hood
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Sheriff of Nottingham / Little John (voice)
Starring:
Errol Flynn
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
A Wild Hare (1940)
A Wild Hare
TV-G
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Skunk (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Abbott & Costello (1967)
Abbott & Costello
Starring:
Bud Abbott, John Stephenson, Hal Smith, Don Messick
The Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour (1985)
The Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour
Role:
Bugs Bunny / ... (voice) (unknown episodes)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The New Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Series (1962)
The New Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Series
Role:
Hardy Har Har (26 episodes, 1962-1963)
Starring:
Alan Reed, Bill Thompson, Daws Butler, Don Messick
Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends (1990)
Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends
Role:
Various Characters (archiveFootage) (voice) (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray, Jim Backus
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Daffy Duck Hunt (1949)
Daffy Duck Hunt
Plot:

Porky and the Barnyard Dawg are hunting ducks, but Daffy Duck manages to sneak up behind them and he empties all their gunpowder from their shells.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Barnyard Dog / Angel / Devil (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Bunny Hugged (1951)
Bunny Hugged
Plot:

A wrestling match is fixed between The Crusher and Ravishing Ronald, where Bugs Bunny is Ronald’s mascot. When Bugs sees Ronald getting battered by the massive Crusher, he realizes that his bread & butter is in jeopardy. So Bugs enters the match wearing a mask. Knowing very well that physically he is no match for Crusher, he uses ‘strategy.’

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Announcer (voice)
Starring:
John T. Smith
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Bewitched Bunny (1954)
Bewitched Bunny
Plot:

It is a short film of ‘Looney Tunes’ cartoon series. The character of ‘Witch Hazel’ first appeared in this short, where Bugs Bunny tries to rescue Hansel and Gretel from her, disguised as a truant officer. The witch, instead, decides to devour Bugs for her dinner. Just in time, Bugs uses her magic power to convert her into a lovely female Bunny. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Hansel / Prince Charming (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Show Biz Bugs (1957)
Show Biz Bugs
Plot:

Bugs and Daffy are both vaudevillians, competing for praise from the audience. Daffy is furious when Bugs receive a lot of attention, unlike him. In addition, Bug’s name is much above him and in much larger letters. This infuriates him even further, and he is determined to prove that he is the star of the show.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Cab Driver / Theatre Manager (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Slick Hare (1947)
Slick Hare
Plot:

The rich and famous Humprhey Bogart visits the Mocrumbo Restaurant, and orders fried rabbit. Elmer Fudd is at a loss regarding where he will get fresh rabbit so late at night. However, he soon sees Bugs Bunny feasting on carrots. Without wasting time, he tries to get Bugs into the pot.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Waiter / Bartender / Ray Milland (voice)
Starring:
Dave Barry, Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Old Grey Hare (1944)
The Old Grey Hare
Plot:

A film about an animated cartoon character who is on a mission to catch his nemesis in a futuristic world after receiving a prophecy.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / God (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
The Milky Waif (1946)
The Milky Waif
Plot:

The Milky Waif is the twenty fourth short film in the Tom and Jerry series. A mouse protects an orphan little mouse who tries to steal milk from a cat's bowl.

Role:
Tom's scream (uncredited)
Starring:
Lillian Randolph
Directed By:
Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
Barbary-Coast Bunny (1956)
Barbary-Coast Bunny
Plot:

A Looney Tunes cartoon short, this animation features Bugs Bunny as he tries to dig a tunnel to San Francisco and on the way, finds a huge gold nugget. Nasty Canasta, an offensive felon, swindles Bunny of the gold and builds a casino in San Francisco. Bunny enters his casino disguised as a naïve country bumpkin and wins back all his money. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Roman Legion-Hare (1955)
Roman Legion-Hare
Plot:

Roman Legion-Hare is an animated adventure comedy short film which takes us to 54 AD. Emperor Nero is looking for someone to be thrown to the lions. Yosemite Sam, who happens to be the captain of the Pretorian Guard, is given the task of fetching a victim for this. Sam finds Bugs Bunny, and decides to make him the victim. He sends his soldiers after Bugs, but Bugs is able to escape with ease.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Emperor Nero / Guard / Commentator (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Hasty Hare (1952)
The Hasty Hare
Plot:

This animated science fiction film tells the story of Marvin the Martian, who is on an expedition to Earth. He aims to bring back an Earthling to Mars; however, things go wrong when he sets his sights on Bugs. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Marvin the Martian / I. Frisby / Trumpet Sound (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
To Hare Is Human (1956)
To Hare Is Human
Plot:

Wile E. Coyote has captured Bugs Bunny with the intention of making a meal out of the rabbit. But Bugs manages to not only escape and outwit Wile E. but even thwart all of his attempts to recapture Bugs using the UNIVAC computer. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
A Star Is Bored (1956)
A Star Is Bored
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is a movie star who is looking for a stunt double for his next movie. Daffy, who wants to be a movie star as well, takes up the job. However, the job seems to be much more dangerous than he had expected.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Yosemite Sam / Producer / Director (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Mouse Wreckers (1948)
Mouse Wreckers
Plot:

Mouse Wreckers is a 1948 animated short film revolving around the mischievous mice Hubie and Bertie, who try to remove Claude the Cat from his house, by driving him insane, so that they can have the whole house to themselves. 

Role:
Hubie / Claude (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Cheese Chasers (1951)
Cheese Chasers
Plot:

Cheese Chasers is an animated short comedy film revolving around two mice, who after stuffing themselves with cheese, start to believe that there is nothing left that is worth living for. 

Role:
Hubie / Claude Cat / Dog (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Windblown Hare (1949)
The Windblown Hare
Plot:

This animated short comedy film is based on the popular folk story of The Three Little Pigs. In this film, the pigs are reading their own story in a book of fairy tales, but decide to circumvent the story, by selling their houses before the Wolf is able to blow them out. Unfortunately, it is Bugs Bunny who gets conned into buying the houses from them. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / The Three Little Pigs / Big Bad Wolf (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Claws for Alarm (1954)
Claws for Alarm
Plot:

Claws for Alarm is an animated short comedy film, which tells the story of Porky Pig and Sylvester Cat, as they are spending the night in an old hotel, which is located in a haunted town. 

Role:
Porky Pig / Sylvester (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rebel Rabbit (1949)
Rebel Rabbit
Plot:

Bugs Bunny notices a sign offering bounties on various animals. He sees $ 50 offered for a fox, $ 75 offered for bears, but only 2 cents offered for a rabbit. This infuriates him and he mails himself to Washington DC, where he learns that the bounty for rabbits is low because they are harmless, while the other animals are ‘obnoxious’ and cause a lot of damage to property. Bugs decides to prove that rabbits can be more ‘obnoxious’  than anybody.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Postal Employee / Game Commissioner / Guard / Southern Senator (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Plane Daffy (1944)
Plane Daffy
Plot:

During World War II, Daffy Duck is working for the Allied Forces as a courier bird. Hatta Mari, a spy working for the Nazis, attempts to seduce him, as she plans to steal the military secret that Daffy Duck is carrying.  However, seducing Daffy does not seem to be as easy as she had hoped.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Pigeon 13 / Hitler / Goering / Goebels (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Rocket Squad (1956)
Rocket Squad
Plot:

In this ‘Dragnet’ parody set in futuristic world, Daffy Duck and Porky Pig are space cops Sgt. Monday and Det. Tuesday, who are assigned to find the Flying Saucer Bandit, whom they identify as George ‘Mother’ Machree. As Machree, who, according to Daffy, ‘had never been suspected of anything,’ gives them a slip, they chase only to get penalized for false arrest.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Sgt. Joe Monday / Porky Pig / Detective Shmoe Tuesday / George 'Mother' Machree / The Chief / Narrator (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
From A to Z-Z-Z-Z (1953)
From A to Z-Z-Z-Z
Plot:

Ralph Philips is a daydreamer. When the other students are learning arithmetic by rote, he imagines that he is flying around in the sky just like a bird. The story picks up when his teacher interrupts his dream and sends him to the blackboard to add a column of numbers. Initially intimidated, he thinks the numbers are mocking at him. 

Role:
Numbers / Indians / Sailors / Shark (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Marian Richman, Dick Beals, Norman Nesbitt
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Nasty Quacks (1945)
Nasty Quacks
Plot:

Nasty Quacks is an animated short film which presents us with a smaller and cuter version of Daffy Duck. He begins to eat nearly everything in sight, and this infuriates his father, and he tries to drive Daffy away.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Agnes' Father / Baby Duck (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
From Hare to Heir (1960)
From Hare to Heir
Plot:

Sam, the Duke of Yosemite, becomes furious after learning that his uncle, the King, has decided to cut off his allowance, leaving him penniless. However, things take a turn with the arrival of Bugs Bunny, who informs him that Sam will inherit 1 million pounds, if he can keep his temper in check. However, it is not going to be so easy, because he will need to endure Bugs Bunny as his guest.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Accountant (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Daffy Doodles (1946)
Daffy Doodles
Plot:

Daffy Doodles is an animated comedy short film in which Daffy Duck is shown to be on a rampage, painting moustaches on every face that he sees. However, he is being pursued by Policeman Porky, who wants to get him  punished for his mischievous behavior.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Judge / Jerry Colonna Jury (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Daffy Dilly (1948)
Daffy Dilly
Plot:

An old business tycoon offers a reward of $ 1 million, to anyone who can make him laugh. When Daffy Duck comes to know about this, he attempts to win the reward.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Reporter / Butler / J.P. Cubish (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rabbit Every Monday (1951)
Rabbit Every Monday
Plot:

Yosemite Sam is out hunting, and upon smelling carrots, he is sure that he must be close to a rabbit. He finds Bugs Bunny, and threatens him with his gun. However, Bugs Bunny sticks his chewing gun into the gun, which makes the gun backfire.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Audience Member (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Ali Baba Bunny (1957)
Ali Baba Bunny
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Hassan / Sultan / Genie (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Porky in Wackyland (1938)
Porky in Wackyland
Role:
Porky Pig / The Do-Do / Various Wackyland Citizens (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
The Great Piggy Bank Robbery (1946)
The Great Piggy Bank Robbery
Role:
Daffy Duck / Duck Twacy / Wolf Man / Rubber Head / Neon Noodle / Pig (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett, Michael Sasanoff
Baseball Bugs (1946)
Baseball Bugs
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Teetotaller / Umpire / Gas-House Gorillas Catcher - Catcalling / Gas-House Gorillas Left Fielder / Announcer - Final scene (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Tedd Pierce, Quartet The Sportsmen, Frank Graham
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Foghorn Leghorn (1948)
The Foghorn Leghorn
Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dawg / Henery Hawk / Grandpa Hawk (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Drip-Along Daffy (1951)
Drip-Along Daffy
Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Bartender / Scared Ice Cubes (voice)
Starring:
John T. Smith
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Broom-Stick Bunny (1956)
Broom-Stick Bunny
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Genie (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Ballot Box Bunny (1951)
Ballot Box Bunny
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Man with Cigar / Ant / Horse / the Women (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Tortoise Beats Hare (1941)
Tortoise Beats Hare
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Cecil Turtle / Chester Turtle / Turtles (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Bunker Hill Bunny (1950)
Bunker Hill Bunny
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam Von Schamm (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Alvin Show (1961)
The Alvin Show
Role:
Additional voices (uncredited) (1 episode, 1961)
Starring:
Lee Patrick, June Foray, Ross Bagdasarian, Shepard Menken
How Bugs Bunny Won the West (1978)
How Bugs Bunny Won the West
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Daffy Duck / Porky Pig (voice)
Starring:
Denver Pyle
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Hal Geer, James Davis
Wabbit Twouble (1941)
Wabbit Twouble
Plot:

Elmer Fudd makes his way to Jellostone National Park, where he plans to get some rest. He sets up a campsite, but his tent is positioned right over Bugs Bunny’s rabbit hole. Upon discovering this, Bugs breaks down the tent and drags it inside. This leads to a fight between Bugs and Elmer.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Bear (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Boobs in the Woods (1950)
Boobs in the Woods
Plot:

Porky sets up a camp in the countryside to enjoy the beauty of nature. He begins to paint a landscape picture, when he is briefly interrupted by Daffy. Daffy asks Porky not to paint the lakes, but he can paint the mountains as they do not belong to him.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / Car Noises (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Big Snooze (1946)
The Big Snooze
Plot:

Elmer Fudd walks out of a typical Bugs cartoon. Infuriated at this, Bugs decides to get back at him by disturbing his sleep.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Hollywood Wolf (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Woody Woodpecker (1941)
Woody Woodpecker
Plot:

Woody Woodpecker spends his day singing loudly as well as pecking holes in trees. This infuriates all the other animals, but Woody doesn’t seem to care. Therefore, they trick him into knocking his head against a statue. He begins to hear weird voices and thinks that he might need a psychiatrist.

Role:
Woody Woodpecker / Dr. Horace N. Buggy / Voice #2 (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Danny Webb, Margaret Hill-Talbot
Directed By:
Walter Lantz
Stop! Look! And Hasten! (1954)
Stop! Look! And Hasten!
Plot:

A hungry Wile E. Coyote trudges across the desert, eating anything he can catch before being flattened by the Road Runner. Visualizing a lovely dinner for himself, he runs after the bird, hoping to catch it. When his endeavors fail, he uses different tricks and traps such as a pulley and a rock trap to smash the bird or a lasso to catch it; but each time his tricks backfire on him. 

Role:
Wile E. Coyote / Burmese Tiger Vocal Effects (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Abominable Snow Rabbit (1961)
The Abominable Snow Rabbit
Plot:

In this animated short, Bugs, Bunny and Daffy Duck, find themselves in a predicament when they end up underground the Himalayan mountains, facing the overbearing love of the Abominable Snowman. All the snowman wants is to love a bunny rabbit as Daffy and Bugs try to escape to Palm Springs. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Hugo the Abominable Snowman (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Back Alley Oproar (1948)
Back Alley Oproar
Plot:

Elmer is getting ready for his bedtime, but Sylvester has other plans. He begins to sing in Elmer’s back yard, which interrupts Elmer’s sleep. Elmer tries to blast him with his shotgun, but Sylvester is able to sing a sweet and gentle lullaby to put Elmer into a deep sleep. However, this doesn’t last long, and Elmer attempts to get rid of Sylvester again, resulting in an explosion, that kills him. As he ascends to heaven, he hopes to get some peace, but nothing seems to go as expected.

Role:
Sylvester (voice)
Starring:
Tudor Williams, Arthur Q. Bryan, Gloria Curran
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Walky Talky Hawky (1946)
Walky Talky Hawky
Plot:

Henery Hawk sets out to find a chicken for himself to eat. He soon finds Foghorn Leghorn, while the latter is teasing a grumpy dog. Foghorn convinces Henery that he is a horse, while the dog is a chicken. Therefore Henery tries to bite the dog, which causes him to wake up and fight against Henery.  

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Henery Hawk / Barnyard Dawg / George K. Chickenhawk (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
14 Carrot Rabbit (1952)
14 Carrot Rabbit
Plot:

During the Klondike Gold Rush in Yukon, Canada, in the late 19th century, Yosemite Sam steals gold from prospectors. However, he is unable to get a good sum of money in exchange for it. He becomes furious when he sees Bugs Bunny getting paid a huge amount in carrots, in exchange for his chunk of gold.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Chillicothe / Yosemite Sam / Louie / Pierre / Military Police (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Southern Fried Rabbit (1953)
Southern Fried Rabbit
Plot:

The carrot crop in Bugs Bunny’s northern home is ruined by a severe drought. After learning about a boom crop in Alabama, Bugs Bunny decides to make a trip, but things get complicated when he runs into Colonel Yosemite Sam, who is under orders not to let anyone cross the Mason-Dixon line.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Mississippi Hare (1949)
Mississippi Hare
Plot:

Bugs Bunny ends up on a riverboat going down the Mississippi River, after a worker in a field mistakes his cottony tail for cotton. On the boat, he disguises himself as a gentleman and seeks out an adversary in gun-toting riverboat gambler Colonel Shuffle and proceeds to make his life a living hell. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Southern Gentleman / Purser (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Quartet The Sportsmen
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Daffy Duck Slept Here (1948)
Daffy Duck Slept Here
Plot:

Porky is looking for a hotel room all over the big city. However, he is unable to find any vacancies. Eventually, he finds a room, but problem is that he will need to share it with Daffy Duck, who is very loud, annoying and obnoxious. And as expected, his night with Daffy turns out to be quite difficult, as the latter pesters him with questions, shakes the bed, and kicks it as well.  

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Hotel Clerks / Manager / Elevator Boy (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
To Beep or Not to Beep (1963)
To Beep or Not to Beep
Plot:

The film begins with Wile E. Coyote licking his mouth as he watches the picture of a baked Road Runner in a cook book, unaware that the bird is actually standing behind him, peeking into the book, licking his mouth too. Turning around, he finds himself snout-to-beak with the bird and enraged tries to catch her. But that is easier said than done. 

Role:
Wile E. Coyote (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Rabbit Rampage (1955)
Rabbit Rampage
Plot:

Rabbit’s Rampage is a 1955 animated short film revolving around the popular character Bugs Bunny, who argues in this film, with the cartoonist who created him on how he should be drawn. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Ducking the Devil (1957)
Ducking the Devil
Plot:

The Tasmanian Devil escapes from his cage at the zoo, and wreaks havoc. Meanwhile, Daffy, who is at home in his duck pond, reads about the escape. Soon, the Tasmanian Devil finds him, and begins to chase him. While running from him, Daffy hears a news bulletin offering a huge sum of money for capturing the Devil. The news also informs that he becomes docile if exposed to music. Therefore, Daffy tries to come up with a plan to capture him, and claim the reward. 

Role:
Daffy Duck / Tasmanian Devil / Announcer / Zookeeper Burton / Delivery Guy / Postman (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Horton Hatches the Egg (1942)
Horton Hatches the Egg
Plot:

Mayzie is a lazy and irresponsible bird who convinces Horton, an elephant, to sit on her egg because she needs to take a short break. However, ignoring all her commitments, she relocates to Palm Beach. Meanwhile, Horton has a hard time, as he is ridiculed by his jungle friends, and is eventually captured by hunters.

Role:
Mouse / Hunters / Audience Member (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Robert Clampett, Kent Rogers, Frank Graham
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Steal Wool (1957)
Steal Wool
Plot:

This shot revolves around Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog, both of whom work at the same sheep meadow, punching at the same time clock, exchanging pleasant chitchats while on the way. However, Ralph is more interested in abducting Sam’s sheep; but inevitably fails, resulting in broken arm or bruised nose. 

Role:
Sam Sheep-Dog / Ralph Wolf (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Birth of a Notion (1947)
Birth of a Notion
Plot:

Daffy Duck decides that he does not wish to fly South for winter. He convinces the simple-witted dog Leopold to let him stay for the winter season by pretending that he had saved Leopold’s life. However, Leopold’s master turns out to be a crazy scientist, who is looking for the wishbone of a duck, for an experiment. When Daffy Duck learns about this, he is angered, and tries to get rid of the scientist. However, Leopold interferes to defend his master.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Leopold / Joe Besser Duck (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
High Note (1960)
High Note
Plot:

A mischievous musical note keeps going missing, keeping an irritated music conductor on his toes during a waltz. This American animation silent but musical short film is part of the Looney Tunes series.

Role:
Drunken Musical Note (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hare Brush (1955)
Hare Brush
Plot:

Elmer Fudd is the president of a huge corporation, who somehow believes that he is a rabbit being targeted by hunters. His colleagues put him in the asylum, believing he has lost his sanity. At the asylum, he dons the costume of a rabbit, and begins to eat carrots. When he sees his arch-rival Bugs Bunny, he tricks the latter into switching places with him. Things get hiliarious, when the authorities mistake Bugs to be Elmer.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Chairman of the Board / Board Members / Dr. Oro Myicin / Driver / Bear / Revenue Agent (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Hare Trimmed (1953)
Hare Trimmed
Plot:

After Granny inherits fifty million dollars, Yosemite Sam plans to marry her in order to take the money. Bugs Bunny, in order to save her from Sam’s clutches, decides to pose as a suitor himself.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Minister (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Sheep in the Deep (1962)
A Sheep in the Deep
Plot:

Sam Sheepdog is guarding a flock of sheep, against Ralph Wolf’s attempts to catch some of them for dinner. Ralph makes use of a lullaby recording to put Sam to sleep, in order to steal one of the sheep, but he is unaware of the fact that it is actually dynamite.

Role:
Ralph Wolf / Sam Sheepdog (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Bugsy and Mugsy (1957)
Bugsy and Mugsy
Plot:

Bugs Bunny finds that Rocky and Mugsy, two jewel robbers, have chosen his new home as their hideout. He decides to teach them a lesson and manipulates them into attacking each other.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Rocky / Mugsy / Radio Announcer (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Along Came Daffy (1947)
Along Came Daffy
Plot:

Yosemite Sam and his twin brother are starving in a snowbound cabin. They are so hungry that they begin to hallucinate about each other as food. Things change with the arrival of Daffy Duck, who is a door-to-door salesman. They target Daffy and try to make him their dinner. However, Daffy Duck manages to explain that he is selling cookbooks, and he will offer them a complimentary turkey dinner. The two are about to begin their meal, when a group of famished mice appear and devour the bird.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Yosemite Sam / Sam's Brother / Duck Decoys (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Fool Coverage (1952)
Fool Coverage
Plot:

Daffy Duck arrives at Porky Pig’s home and tries to persuade the latter to purchase an insurance policy. Porky rejects Daffy’s claim that accidents can happen anytime at home. Therefore, in order to convince Porky, Daffy tries to rig some accidents, but they end up striking only Daffy.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Fair Haired Hare (1951)
The Fair Haired Hare
Plot:

Things get ugly between Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam when the latter builds a house over Bugs Bunny’s rabbit hole. They begin quarreling over who has the rights to the property. When Yosemite Sam refuses to get his house removed, Bugs decides to take the matter to court.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Judge (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Double or Mutton (1955)
Double or Mutton
Plot:

Sam Sheepdog is guarding the sheep, but Ralph Wolf wants to steal them. Therefore, he comes up with various tricks, only to fail each other.

Role:
Ralph Wolf / Sam Sheepdog (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
You Ought to Be in Pictures (1940)
You Ought to Be in Pictures
Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / Studio Guard / Stagehand / Animator (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Leon Schlesinger, Robert Clampett, Henry Binder, Gerry Chiniquy
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Knighty Knight Bugs (1958)
Knighty Knight Bugs
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / King Arthur / Sir Osis of Liver / Sir Loin of Beef / The Dragon / Knights (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
What's Up Doc? (1950)
What's Up Doc?
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Al Jolson / Eddie Cantor / Director (voice)
Starring:
Quartet The Sportsmen, Arthur Q. Bryan, Richard Bickenbach
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Tortoise Wins by a Hare (1943)
Tortoise Wins by a Hare
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Cecil Turtle / Mrs. Turtle / Narrators / Rabbit Bookee / Rabbit Thugs (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce, Michael Maltese
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Frigid Hare (1949)
Frigid Hare
Role:
Bugs Bunny / The Inuit Hunter (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Devil May Hare (1954)
Devil May Hare
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Tasmanian Devil / Turtle / Female Devil Noises (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Birds Anonymous (1957)
Birds Anonymous
Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Clarence / B.A. Cats / Sam / TV Chef / Radio Announcer (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
1967 Busch Advertisement (1967)
1967 Busch Advertisement
Role:
Barney Rubble (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Alan Reed, John Stephenson, Gerald Mohr, Gerry Johnson
Directed By:
Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
The Pink Panther Show (1969)
The Pink Panther Show
TV-G
Role:
Drunk / ... (1 episode, 1969)
Starring:
Dave Barry, June Foray, Paul Frees, Rich Little
The New Scooby-Doo Movies (1972)
The New Scooby-Doo Movies
TV-G
Starring:
Don Knotts, Jodie Foster, Dick Van Dyke, Frank Welker, Carolyn Jones, Scatman Crothers, Casey Kasem
Directed By:
Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
8 Ball Bunny (1950)
8 Ball Bunny
Plot:

A cartoon short, 8 Ball Bunny features Looney Tunes character, Bugs Bunny, and Playboy, who is a penguin out of a job and looking for help to get back home. The film sees Bugs and Playboy travelling through New Orleans, Panama Canal and South America to reach the South Pole, whereupon Bugs realizes that he has made a terrible mistake.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Hobo / Man drinking mint julip in New Orleans / Natives (voice)
Starring:
Dave Barry
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Big House Bunny (1950)
Big House Bunny
Plot:

In order to get away from hunters, Bugs Bunny digs a tunnel, but he accidentally ends up in Sing Song Prison. Prison guard Yosemite Sam finds him, and beats him with a club, after mistaking him for a prisoner trying to escape. Sam decides to put Bugs inside a jail cell. However, Bugs pulls a switch which makes Sam lock himself up in the cell. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam Schultz / Warden (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Canned Feud (1951)
Canned Feud
Plot:

Sylvester Cat finds that all his owners are away, and they have left him with only canned food. However, things get complicated because a pesky mouse comes to torment him with the only can opener that is available in the house.  

Role:
Sylvester / Sam / Mouse's Whistle (voice)
Starring:
Marian Richman
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Dough for the Do-Do (1949)
Dough for the Do-Do
Plot:

In search of the Dodo bird, Porky ventures into some of the darkest regions of Africa. He eventually ends up in Wackyland, a surreal place where the sun comes atop a human pyramid.

Role:
Porky Pig / Mystery Voice / Red Monster / Cuckoo / Dancer / Prisoner / The 'Rubber Band' / Bird on a Wheel / Information Clerk / The Do-Do (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng, Robert Clampett
Deduce, You Say (1956)
Deduce, You Say
Plot:

It is one of the ‘Looney Tunes’ cartoons, a spoof of Sherlock Holmes movies. Duffy Duck as ‘Dorlock Homes’ and Porky Pig as ‘Watkins’ are trying to capture notorious ‘Shropshire Slasher.’ After spotting Slasher at his usual hangout, Homes’ efforts to apprehend him are foiled by the stronger Slasher, whereas Watkins’ polite reasoning succeeds in persuading him to give up bad ways.

Role:
Dorlock Homes / Watkins / Shropshire Slasher / Telegram Boy / Alfie / Bartender (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Awful Orphan (1949)
Awful Orphan
Plot:

This cartoon film focuses on the adventures of Charlie, the mongrel. Unable to find a home, he tries to get Porky Pig to adopt him and reaches his apartment in a bird cage. Unwilling, Porky tries to throw him out several times before Charlie’s antics cause him to be beaten up by his upstairs neighbor. Injured, he finally agrees to keep Charlie, but the latter now finds the place too noisy.  

Role:
Porky Pig / Charlie Dog / Neighbor / Delivery Man (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rabbit Transit (1947)
Rabbit Transit
Plot:

Bugs Bunny reads about the original fable of the Hare and the Tortoise, and he becomes infuriated at the idea of a hare being beaten by a tortoise. Cecil, who was nearby, claims that he could outrun Bugs as well. Bugs eventually accepts his challenge for a race, but Cecil has an advantage because his shell is now rocket propelled.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Cecil Turtle / Deliverymen / Telegram Boys (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Wackiki Wabbit (1943)
Wackiki Wabbit
Plot:

The animation opens with two castaways adrift on the ocean, hungry, thirsty and imagining each other and even their own limbs as food. When they find an island and meet Bugs Bunny, they become determined to have Bugs for food but Bugs managed to outwit them both.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce, Michael Maltese, Augie Goupil
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Homeless Hare (1950)
Homeless Hare
Plot:

This animated short film tells the story of a rabbit Bugs Bunny, whose home is destroyed by a construction worker, with a steam shovel. When the latter refuses to repair the damage, Bugs Bunny plans revenge. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
John T. Smith
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hare Conditioned (1945)
Hare Conditioned
Plot:

While working in Stacey's Department Store as part of their display to sell camping gear, Bugs Bunny is informed by the store manager that he intends on killing Bugs and stuffing him up for the taxidermy department. Thus begins a chase where Bugs constantly outwit the manager and makes his life a living hell. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Store Manager (voice)
Starring:
Dave Barry, Dick Nelson
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Super-Rabbit (1943)
Super-Rabbit
Plot:

After eating a super carrot Bugs Bunny gains temporary superpowers that need to be replenished by eating the carrots again and again. Bugs decides to bring down hunter Cottontail Smith who wants to hunt all rabbits. After managing to make Smith’s life hell, Bugs accidentally loses all his carrots to Smith.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Cottontail Smith / Narrator / Horse / Texas Rabbit / Observer (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
A Pest in the House (1947)
A Pest in the House
Plot:

This short opens with a narration that labor shortage being too high, employers are compelled to hire anybody or even anything. Then it goes on to focus on Daffy, a bell boy at Gland Hotel, whose noisy antics keep prompting a sleepy and exasperated guest to sock the manager in his face.   

Role:
Daffy Duck / Drunk / Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Kit for Cat (1948)
Kit for Cat
Plot:

On a cold night, Elmer Fudd finds two cats, Sylvester and a kitten, on his doorstep; but as he can keep only one, Elmer decides to choose next morning and goes to sleep. Both want to be chosen, so they fight to put other in bad light. But their commotion results in all three, Sylvester, the Kitten and Elmer getting thrown out.  

Role:
Sylvester / Kitten / Melvin / Landlord (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Knight-Mare Hare (1955)
Knight-Mare Hare
Plot:

This is a cartoon film based on Mark Twain’s novel, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. It begins with Bugs Bunny reading a book on the Knights of the Round Table. Suddenly an apple falls on his head, transporting him back in time to King Arthur’s England, where he undergoes many weird experiences. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Sir Osis / King / Merlin the Magician / Donkey Owner (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Draftee Daffy (1945)
Draftee Daffy
Plot:

Daffy Duck finds himself in a patriotic mood, after learning that the US fighters are pushing back the Nazi German troops back. However, things change when he learns that the draft board wants to see him for conscription. Out of fear, Daffy Duck tries to run away.

Role:
Daffy Duck / The Little Man from the Draft Board (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Stage Door Cartoon (1944)
Stage Door Cartoon
Plot:

Elmer Fudd tries to catch Bugs Bunny using a carrot on a fish hook. However, Bugs turns out to be too smart, and he attaches the hook to Elmer’s pants. Elmer eventually chases Bugs into a theatre, but this time Bugs manages to hide by disguising himself as a dancer.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Southern Sheriff (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Bugs' Bonnets (1956)
Bugs' Bonnets
Plot:

The cartoon depicts effects of clothes – here, headgears, on the wearer’s behavior, as Bugs and Elmer get into different personas according to their hat. The two switch around various characters like hunter, sergeant, game-warden, pilgrim, Indian, cop, gangster and so on. Finally, Elmer in a bridal veil falls for Bugs wearing a groom’s top hat and the film has romantically happy ending.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Pirate (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce, Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Forward March Hare (1953)
Forward March Hare
Plot:

When his neighbor’s draft notice falls in his hole, Bug Bunny thinks it is for him. Happy at the prospect, he shows up as ordered and although he causes a stir, he successfully goes through army induction process.  But, his troubles start, once he is in the army.    

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Sergeant / Draftee / Doctor / Optometrist / Colonel / General (voice)
Starring:
John T. Smith
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Bedevilled Rabbit (1957)
Bedevilled Rabbit
Plot:

A box of carrots is dropped into the milddle of a jungle in Tasmania. Bugs Bunny pops out of it, but he is unable to determine how he landed up there. He soon meets a crocodile, who hands Bugs a booklet that talks about the Tasmanian devil and the things that it eats.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Tasmanian Devil / Crocodile / She-Devil (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Bowery Bugs (1949)
Bowery Bugs
Plot:

Standing at the base of the famous Brooklyn Bridge, Bugs Bunny tells an old man a story about how and why Steve Brody had jumped off the bridge in July 1886.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Old Man / Little Pool Hall Man (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Hot Cross Bunny (1948)
Hot Cross Bunny
Plot:

Bugs becomes an experimental rabbit at the Eureka Hospital Experimental Laboratory. He is living happily, unaware of the fact that a scientist is planning on switching his brain, with that of a chicken.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Doctor (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Super Snooper (1952)
The Super Snooper
Plot:

The Super Snooper is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Daffy Duck, a detective, who receives a call summoning him to the J Cleaver Axe Handle Estate, in order to investigate a murder. He arrives at a lavish house, and thinking it to be murder site, he suspects its owner, an  amorous lady duck to be the criminal. However, she tells him that he has come to the wrong address, and the only crime she is guilty of, is her love for Daffy.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Butler / Phone Voice (voice)
Starring:
Marian Richman, Grace Lenard
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
You Were Never Duckier (1948)
You Were Never Duckier
Plot:

At the National Poultry Show, the prize for Best Duck is much lesser than the prize for Best Rooster. Therefore, Daffy Duck decides to disguise himself as a rooster to win a bigger prize.  

Role:
Daffy Duck / Henery Hawk / Rooster / George K. Chickenhawk / Contest Moderator (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Mutiny on the Bunny (1950)
Mutiny on the Bunny
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is excited to see a sign on a ship promising a free trip around the world. He gets on board, but once the ship sails, he is tied with iron chains and is forced to work. He finds that it was a scheme by Yosemite Sam. However, Bugs decides not to give up without a fight.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Traumatized Sailor / Mouse (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
My Favorite Duck (1942)
My Favorite Duck
Plot:

Daffy Duck decides to taunt hunter Porky Pig as it is the end of the hunting season. Things take a turn when the 'Duck Hunting Season Open’ signs start going up. 

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Eagle / Baby Eagle (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Mouse That Jack Built (1959)
The Mouse That Jack Built
Plot:

This animated short film was based on the popular radio-TV series, The Jack Benny Program. The short film acts as a regular episode of the show; the only difference is that the entire cast is shown as mice.  

Role:
The Maxwell / Ed the Vault Guard (voice)
Starring:
Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson, Mary Livingstone
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Zip 'N Snort (1961)
Zip 'N Snort
Plot:

This animated comedy short film revolves around the various attempts of Wile E Coyote to catch the Road Runner. However, every time he fails.  

Role:
Wile E. Coyote (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
A-Lad-in His Lamp (1948)
A-Lad-in His Lamp
Plot:

A-Lad in His Lamp is an animated short comedy film which revolves around Bugs Bunny, who finds a magic lantern. However, the genie turns out to be quite uncooperative. He is soon transported to Baghdad, but he is pursued by Caliph Hassan, who wishes to take the lamp from him.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Imad Mani Hassan Pheffer / Rug's Engine (voice)
Starring:
Jim Backus
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Design for Leaving (1954)
Design for Leaving
Plot:

Daffy Duck is a salesman working for a futuristic household appliance company. He visits Elmer Fudd’s house, and without Fudd’s will, he modernizes and upgrades Fudd’s house with several kinds of futuristic gadgets.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Delivery Guy / Mechanical Dog (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Adventures of the Road-Runner (1962)
Adventures of the Road-Runner
Plot:

As Wile Coyote chases the Road Runner continuously, two boys ask him why he wants the Road Runner so badly. Coyote therefore explains it to them in a comedic documentary.      

Role:
Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian, Dick Beals, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Nancy Wible
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble, Tom Ray
Feline Frame-Up (1954)
Feline Frame-Up
Plot:

Claude Cat likes to abuse Cute kitten Pussyfoot. However, when Marc Anthony the bulldog tries to protect the little cat, Claude convinces their owner that Marc is the aggressor, which gets him kicked out, leaving Pussyfoot at the mercy of Claude Cat.

Role:
Marc Anthony / Pussyfoot / Claude Cat (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
People Are Bunny (1959)
People Are Bunny
Plot:

Daffy Duck is excited by a hunting show, which is asking viewers to bring a rabbit to the station, which would lead to a prize of $ 1000. He tries to convince Bugs Bunny to come to the station, but Bugs realizes that Daffy is up to no good. Therefore, Daffy threatens Bugs with a gun.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Host (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Dog Pounded (1954)
Dog Pounded
Plot:

Sylvester Cat is quite hungry, and he is going through trash in search of food. When he looks up, he sees Tweety Bird, who is atop a tall tree inside an enclosure. With the intent to make Tweety his dinner, Sylvester gets inside the enclosure, without realizing that it is actually the city’s dog pound. Sylvester is attacked and driven out by an army of bulldogs. Therefore, Sylvester Cat tries to come up with a way to get by the dogs somehow and reach Tweety.      

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Dogs / Dogcatcher / Pepé le Pew (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Rabbit's Feat (1960)
Rabbit's Feat
Plot:

Wile E Coyote tries multiple times to hunt Rabbit Bugs Bunny for food, but fails in all his attempts. Eventually he tries to shoot down Bugs with a rifle.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Little Boy Boo (1954)
Little Boy Boo
Plot:

Foghorn Leghorn is cold during the winter, and he decides to woo the widowed Miss Prissy, so that he can live in her warm and cozy house. Prissy agrees but only if he is going to be a good father to her kid Junior.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Son (voice)
Starring:
Elvia Allman, Gladys Holland
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Hare Lift (1952)
Hare Lift
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is inside a plane in an airport, pretending that he is a World War II pilot. However, the plane gets hijacked by bank robber Yosemite Sam, who forces Bugs to fly the plane, thinking that he is an actual pilot. Bugs manages to find the ignition button, and the plane sets off. However, the plane seems to be flying towards the moon.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Henhouse Henery (1949)
Henhouse Henery
Plot:

Henery Hawk is on a quest to catch a chicken. Meanwhile, in the barnyard, Foghorn is tormenting the Dawg multiple times. When Henery tells Foggy that he is looking for a chicken, Foggy advises to him to start small. He tries to steal a hen but Foggy stops him. He points to a duck and her ducklings and tells Henery that they are chickens.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Henery Hawk / Barnyard Dog / Ducklings (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
I Gopher You (1954)
I Gopher You
Plot:

A group of vandals steal their vegetables from The Goofy Gophers. When they see a convoy of Ajax Produce Co. trucks leaving the farm, they follow them in hopes of retrieving their food. After some time, they arrive at the Ajaz food processing plant but they are surprised by the giant and complex machinery.

Role:
Mac (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Little Red Riding Rabbit (1944)
Little Red Riding Rabbit
Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (1942)
Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Little Buzzards (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Bugs Bunny: All American Hero (1981)
Bugs Bunny: All American Hero
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Clyde Rabbit / Yosemite Sam / Porky Pig / Tweety / Sylvester (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng, David Detiege
The Daffy Duck Show (1978)
The Daffy Duck Show
Role:
Daffy Duck / ... (voice) (unknown episodes)
Where's Huddles? (1970)
Where's Huddles?
Role:
Bubba McCoy / ... (11 episodes, 1970)
Starring:
Paul Lynde, Joe Besser, Herb Jeffries, Jean Vander Pyl
The Bugs n' Daffy Show (1996)
The Bugs n' Daffy Show
Role:
Various Characters (archiveFootage) (voice) (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray, Stan Freberg, Dick Beals
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Cricket in Times Square (1973)
The Cricket in Times Square
Role:
Tucker the Mouse (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Les Tremayne, Kerry MacLane
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Pinocchio (1940)
Pinocchio
Plot:

Pinocchio is an animated Disney film that revolves around a puppet named Pinocchio created by a wood carver to be his son, and after a fairy makes him come to life, he must prove himself worthy of being alive. With the aid of his appointed 'conscience', Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio stumbles through some events before finally turning into a real boy.

Role:
Gideon (hiccup) / Marionette Soldiers (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Thurl Ravenscroft, Walter Catlett, Marion Darlington, Stuart Buchanan
Directed By:
Wilfred Jackson, T. Hee, Norman Ferguson
Falling Hare (1943)
Falling Hare
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is relaxing at an army air field, reading a book. He laughs when he reads about the notion of ‘gremlins’, i.e. little creatures who can wreak havoc on planes, and cause massive damage. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / The Gremlin (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Robert Clampett
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
My Bunny Lies Over the Sea (1948)
My Bunny Lies Over the Sea
Plot:

A seven-minute short cartoon directed by Warner Bros., My Bunny Lies Over the Sea follows Bugs Bunny who gets lost while tunneling to his favorite vacation spot and ends up near Loch Lomond, Scotland. He goes on to have a fun-filled adventure that includes his meaningless fights with a Scotsman. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / MacRory (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Hypo-Chondri-Cat (1950)
The Hypo-Chondri-Cat
Plot:

Rodents Hubie and Bertie, are confronted by the hypochondriac cat, Claude Cat, after taking shelter in a house. While chasing the two, Claude’s hypochondria takes over as some wind hits him through an open window. Hubie and Bert hatch a plan to use this to get rid of Claude.  

Role:
Hubie / Claude Cat (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Case of the Missing Hare (1942)
Case of the Missing Hare
Plot:

Bugs, the rabbit, has moved from his underground home to live in the hollow of a tree and becomes furious when magician Ala Bahma nails his promotional posters on it, claiming that the act compromises his right to private property.  Hearing this, the magician casually produces a pie from underneath his clothes and splatters it on the rabbit’s face, leading to an all out war between them.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Ala Bahma (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Putty Tat Trouble
Plot:

As Tweety bird is shoveling snow from his cage, two cats race to capture and eat her. As the cats battle each other, Tweety outwits both of them into falling into the freezing water of a pond. 

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Sam / First Woman's Voice (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Wacky Wabbit (1942)
The Wacky Wabbit
Plot:

In order to support the Allied Forces during the Second World War, Elmer Fudd heads off into the desert looking for gold. However, his search is interrupted by the arrival of Bugs Bunny, who seems to be playing games with him.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Screaming Elmer Fudd (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Mad as a Mars Hare (1963)
Mad as a Mars Hare
Plot:

This animated sci-fi film revolves around the popular rabbit Bugs Bunny, who ends up in Mars with the help of a rocket. Though he wants to claim Mars in the name of Earth, Marvin the Martian tries to stop him from doing so. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Marvin the Martian / Cape Canaveral Controller (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
The Heckling Hare (1941)
The Heckling Hare
Plot:

The Heckling Hare is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Bugs Bunny, as he is chased by a hunting dog named Willoughby. In order to escape from the dog, Bugs plants several traps for him, and the dog falls for every one of them.

Role:
Bugs Bunny (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tex Avery
Directed By:
Tex Avery
The Grey Hounded Hare (1949)
The Grey Hounded Hare
Plot:

At the dog race track, Bugs Bunny finds himself attracted to a female rabbit, without realizing that it is actually mechanical. When he sees the dogs released from their boxes, he decides to ‘rescue’ the rabbit, which was meant to be a lure. He jumps into the track and begins to take down the dogs one by one.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / #7 Dog - Gnawbone / Race Announcer / Dogs (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
A Hare Grows in Manhattan (1947)
A Hare Grows in Manhattan
Plot:

The animated short revolves around Hollywood gossip queen Lola Beverly interviewing Bugs Bunny on his rise from the streets of Lower East Side of Manhattan to his mansion in Beverly Hills. The movie follows Bugs’ early life in Manhattan as he struggles with a gang of stray dogs led by a bowler hat wearing bulldog. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Spike / Dogs (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Tedd Pierce, Michael Maltese
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Easter Yeggs (1947)
Easter Yeggs
Plot:

Easter Yeggs is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Bugs Bunny, who finds the Easter Bunny crying and sitting on a rock. Upon asking him the reason, he replies that his feet are sore, which is why he is unable to deliver the Easter eggs. Bugs decides to take up the job, without knowing that every year, the Easter Bunny gets the job done by others.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Easter Rabbit / Bratty Kid (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Oily Hare (1952)
Oily Hare
Plot:

Oily Hair is a 1952 animated short film, which revolves around the rabbit Bugs Bunny, and a Texas oilman who fights with the former, over his property rights to his rabbit hole. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Texan (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Marian Richman
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Hurdy-Gurdy Hare (1950)
Hurdy-Gurdy Hare
Plot:

Bugs Bunny, an entrepreneur, decides to enter the music business, after he reads a classified ad.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Monkey / Gorilla (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Swooner Crooner (1944)
Swooner Crooner
Plot:

Porky Pig, a supervisor at the wartime Flockheed Eggcraft Factory, is facing egg-production problem as all the distracted egg-laying hens are swooning over Frank Sinatra-style crooning of a rooster. Porky auditions various roosters and settles for ‘The Old Groaner,’ a Bing Crosby-clone rooster. As both roosters start crooning, the hens end up laying so many eggs that Porky has his hands full.

Role:
Porky Pig / Al Jolson Rooster (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sara Berner, Richard Bickenbach, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
The Stupid Cupid (1944)
The Stupid Cupid
Plot:

Elmer Fudd plays Cupid, and he shoots arrows at various male animals. He is amused how they fall for the next female they see, even if it belongs to a different species. He tries to shoot Daffy, while the latter is taking a bath. However, he is unaware of the fact that Daffy has prepared a bow of his own, and he begins to shoot Elmer with it.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Elmer Fudd / Rooster / Dog / Cat / Bluebird / Emily (voice)
Starring:
Frank Graham
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Apes of Wrath (1959)
Apes of Wrath
Plot:

A stork who delivers babies loses the gorilla baby belonging to Mr and Mrs Elvis Ape. He realizes that if he doesn’t find the baby soon, he is going to be kicked out of The Stork Club. He soon finds Bugs Bunny singing a song and roasting a carrot. The stork knocks him out and dresses him up as a baby ape, and delivers him instead, at the gorilla house.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Stork / Elvis Gorilla / Daffy Duck (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Porky's Duck Hunt (1937)
Porky's Duck Hunt
Plot:

Porky is ready to begin his duck hunting, and he seems well equipped for it. He manages to spot some ducks, but other duck hunters appear and shoot at them. Soon, when Daffy Duck appears, Porky tries to shoot him. However, he fails to hit him and Daffy Duck only makes things complicated for Porky.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Quartet The Sportsmen
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Jumpin' Jupiter (1955)
Jumpin' Jupiter
Plot:

This short by Warner Bros. is a Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring Porky Pig and Sylvester. It's part of a three-part series of horror cartoons starring the two. The story shows the duo encountering aliens when they're spending the night in a desert.

Role:
Porky Pig / Coyote Howl / Sylvester Effects (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hyde and Go Tweet (1960)
Hyde and Go Tweet
Plot:

Sylvester Cat is sleeping on the ledge of a tall building, just outside the window of the office of Dr Jekyll. After waking up, he notices Tweety Bird, and gives chase. Tweety escapes into Dr Jekyll’s laboratory and with the help of a formula, Tweety manages to become a giant bird monster, and begins to chase Sylvester.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Mr. Hyde / Two Cats (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Satan's Waitin' (1954)
Satan's Waitin'
Plot:

Sylvester Cat is chasing Tweety Bird all over the rooftops, and he eventually falls off a building, which leads to his death. Although he has eight other lives left, a satanic bulldog tries to make him lose all the other remaining lives, by trying to make him chase Tweety again, into risky situations.   

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Devil Dog / Mugsy / Robber (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Captain Hareblower (1954)
Captain Hareblower
Plot:

Yosemite Sam is a one-man pirate who is sailing over the ocean. When he looks through the telescope, he sees a trading sailship nearby. He decides to steal the ship for himself, and therefore, he fires a warning shot from his cannon, to order the ship to surrender. Although the crew on the ship decides to surrender and abandon it, Bugs Bunny, who also happens to be on the ship, seems to have other ideas.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Captain / Crewmen (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Hare We Go (1951)
Hare We Go
Plot:

In 1492, Christopher Columbus has a heated argument with the King of Spain whether the earth is flat or spherical. In order to prove that he is correct, Columbus decides to go on a voyage around the earth.  Rabbit Bugs Bunny also decides to accompany him as a mascot.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Christopher Columbus / King Ferdinand / Bald Sailor / Crewmen (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Greedy for Tweety (1957)
Greedy for Tweety
Plot:

Greedy for Tweety is an animated comedy short film in which Tweety, Sylvester and Hector are shown to be at the hospital, after being injured during one of their chases. However, even at the hospital, Sylvester and Hector are unable to resist causing trouble.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Hector the Bulldog (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Tick Tock Tuckered (1944)
Tick Tock Tuckered
Plot:

Porky and Daffy, who are roommates, share a common problem, which is getting to work on time. Their boss warns them that if they are late again, they will be fired. Therefore, from that day, they decide to go to bed early, so that they can reach work on time. However, things don’t go as planned.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / Boss (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Cracked Quack (1952)
Cracked Quack
Plot:

Due to a terrible blizzard, Daffy Duck is forced to take shelter in a mansion, belonging to Porky Pig, that is filled with mounted animals. Daffy pretends to be a stuffed duck, but after some time, Rover, Porky’s dog becomes suspicious. The dog tries to tell Porky that it is a real one, but Porky insists that it is a stuffed duck.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Rover / Fly / Duck (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Compressed Hare (1961)
Compressed Hare
Plot:

Compressed Hare is an animated short comedy film in which Rabbit Bugs Bunny battles against the cunning Wile E Coyote.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Ready, Woolen and Able (1960)
Ready, Woolen and Able
Plot:

Ready, Woolen and Able is an animated comedy short film which tells the story of Sam the sheepdog and Ralph Wolf who despite working together, don’t like each other. Therefore, they try to play tricks on each other to make the other’s workload more difficult than it actually is.

Role:
Ralph Wolf / Sam Sheepdog (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
A Mouse Divided (1953)
A Mouse Divided
Plot:

A Mouse Divided is an animated short comedy film which revolves around Sylvester and his wife, who receive a mouse baby from a drunken stork. Mrs Sylvester wants to adopt the little rodent, and therefore Sylvester has no option but to protect it from the neighborhood cats.

Role:
Sylvester / Baby Mouse / Mr. Stork / Various Cats (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Knights Must Fall (1949)
Knights Must Fall
Plot:

Bugs Bunny finishes a carrot and disposes of it in the suit of a Knight named Sir Pantsalot of Drop Seat Manor. They eventually agree to settle their feud with a joust.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Sir Pantsalot of Dropseat Manor / Usher / Announcer (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Mouse-Merized Cat (1946)
The Mouse-Merized Cat
Plot:

This animation short film takes us to the United States, to a fictional state known as Mouseahewsetts. Catstello Cat is trying to catch Babbit Mouse, but despite his efforts, Babbit manages to hypnotize him instead. He makes him think he is a chicken and then a dog.

Role:
Catstello (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce, Richard Bickenbach, Sam Glaser, Bob Lyons
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Stork Naked (1955)
Stork Naked
Plot:

Stork Naked is an animated comedy short film in which a drunken stork arrives at the home of Mr and Mrs Daffy Duck with a baby. However, Daffy Duck does not want another mouth to feed. He is forced to take extreme measures to make the stork leave, and keep it away, such as planting anti-aircraft guns on their roof.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Drunken Stork / Expectant Fathers / Mrs. Daffy Duck / Mr. Pierce / the Frenchman (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Sheep Ahoy (1954)
Sheep Ahoy
Plot:

This animated comedy short film revolves around Ralph Wolf who makes multiple attempts to steal the sheep which are guarded by Sam Sheepdog.

Role:
Fred Sheepdog / Ralph Sheepdog / George Wolf / Sam Wolf (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Tree for Two (1952)
Tree for Two
Plot:

Spike, a rough and tough bulldog sets out with his admirer Chester, a small dog, to beat up a cat. They soon meet Sylvester Cat, and give him a chase. They find themselves in a junkyard, unaware that a black panther, which had escaped from a zoo is also hiding there. Spike mistakes the panther for Sylvester, and every time he tries to trash him, he is clawed into pieces.

Role:
Sylvester / Spike (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Tweet and Sour (1956)
Tweet and Sour
Plot:

One afternoon Granny leaves the house after waving goodbye to Tweety. However, as she drives by the house, she sees Sylvester entering the house, who plans to have Tweety for his supper. Sylvester is stopped by Granny in time and she warns Sylvester that if he ever tried to harm Tweety, he will be sent to the violin string factory, to be turned into violin strings. Granny leaves, but Tweety finds herself in trouble as a one-eyed orange tabby tries to get her. Now the onus is on Sylvester to rescue Tweety, else he will get in trouble and will be sent off to the violin factory by Granny!

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Punch Trunk (1953)
Punch Trunk
Plot:

This animated comedy short film tells the story of 5-inch tall dwarf elephant, as he goes on a series of misadventures.

Role:
Birdbath Owner / Asylum Collector / John / Drunk / Circus Cat / Dr. Robert Bruce Cameron (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Robert C. Bruce, June Foray, Marian Richman
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
House Hunting Mice (1948)
House Hunting Mice
Plot:

House Hunting Mice is an animated comedy short film which tells the story of two mice, Hubbie and Bertie, who find themselves battling with robots, in their hunt for cheese.

Role:
Hubie (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Riff Raffy Daffy (1948)
Riff Raffy Daffy
Plot:

Daffy Duck is shown as a homeless person who is trying to find a place to sleep in a City Park. Porky Pig is shown as a patrolling cop, who tells Daffy that sleeping in the park is illegal. Therefore, Daffy tries to look for places where he can spend the night.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Gopher / Cuckoo Bird (voice)
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Mexican Joyride (1947)
Mexican Joyride
Plot:

Daffy Duck drives to Mexico for a vacation. However, the local cuisine “sets his mouth on fire”. He next goes to a bullfighting ring in order to observe the spectacle. Things get complicated when Daffy is challenged by the bull to fight in the ring.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Bull / Mexican Voice / Program Guy / Counterrman (voice)
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
The Scarlet Pumpernickel (1950)
The Scarlet Pumpernickel
Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Sylvester / Highwayman / J.L. / Elmer Fudd (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Dexter the Dragon & Bumble the Bear (1983)
Dexter the Dragon & Bumble the Bear
Starring:
Corey Burton, Tony Curtis, Vincent Price, Luc Lutz
Directed By:
Harrie Geelen, Bjørn Frank Jensen, Bert Kroon
Peace on Earth (1939)
Peace on Earth
Role:
Grandpa Squirrel (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Choir Boys The Hollywood
Directed By:
Hugh Harman
Hemo the Magnificent (1957)
Hemo the Magnificent
Role:
Squirrel / Turtle / Alligator / Rabbit (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Richard Carlson, June Foray, Frank Baxter
Directed By:
Frank Capra
Scooby's Laff-A Lympics (1977)
Scooby's Laff-A Lympics
TV-G
Role:
Captain Caveman / ... (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Scatman Crothers, Daws Butler, Joe Besser, Julie Bennett
The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo (1964)
The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Scatman Crothers, Bill Scott, June Foray, Stan Freberg
The Flintstones (1960)
The Flintstones
TV-G
Role:
Barney Rubble / ... (164 episodes, 1960-1966)
Starring:
Elizabeth Montgomery, Ann-Margret, Tony Curtis, Bea Benaderet, Alan Reed
Directed By:
Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
The Sylvester & Tweety, Daffy & Speedy Show (1981)
The Sylvester & Tweety, Daffy & Speedy Show
Role:
Daffy Duck / ... (voice) (unknown episodes)
The Sylvester & Tweety Show (1976)
The Sylvester & Tweety Show
Role:
Various Characters (voice) (unknown episodes)
Starring:
June Foray, Stan Freberg, Daws Butler, Nancy Wible
The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show (1986)
The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show
Role:
(18 episodes, 1986-1992)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray, Stan Freberg, Daws Butler
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Alice in Wonderland
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Plot:

Alice, a young girl, is a day dreamer who dislikes literature or poems. One day while following a large rabbit, she accidentally falls into rabbit hole and finds herself in a vibrant wonderland. During her adventurous journey, she meets various characters like the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and the Cheshire Cat. She also encounters the king and the queen with their army of playing cards.

Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Thurl Ravenscroft, Ed Wynn, Jerry Colonna
Directed By:
Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi
Gorilla My Dreams (1948)
Gorilla My Dreams
Plot:

Mrs Gruesome Gorilla, who desperately wants a child, decides to adopt Bugs Bunny as her son. She presents him to her husband, but things get problematic, because he is quite rough with his ‘child’.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Gruesome Gorilla / Mrs. Gruesome Gorilla / Tarzan / Gorillas (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Canary Row (1950)
Canary Row
Plot:

Canary Row is an animated short film of the ‘Merrie Melodies’ series. When Sylvester, the cat sees Tweety on the window sill of a San Francisco apartment, he plots to capture Tweety. However, with the cat-hating desk clerk and Granny in the way, it is not a simple task. 

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Desk Clerk / Monkey (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Golden Yeggs (1950)
Golden Yeggs
Plot:

Porky finds a golden egg in his henhouse. Although it was laid by a goose, the goose is afraid of what might happen to him. Therefore, he tells Porky that the egg was laid by Daffy. Learning about this, Rocky and his gang decide to purchase Daffy, but things get complicated for Daffy when Rocky begins to demand him to lay more eggs.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Rocky the Gangster / Nick / Hotel Employee / Chickens / Goose (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Ducksters (1950)
The Ducksters
Plot:

The animated short finds Porky Pig participating in a radio quiz show called Truth or AAAAHHH!! where physical harm will befall him if he fails to answer ridiculously difficult questions. But instead, it’s the host Daffy Duck who ends up suffering the penalties and Porky has his revenge. 

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Audience Member (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hyde and Hare (1955)
Hyde and Hare
Plot:

A cartoon about a bunny who gets adopted by a kind person who truns evil after drinking a potion.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Dr. Jekyll (voice)
Starring:
Jack Edwards
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Tale of Two Kitties (1942)
A Tale of Two Kitties
Plot:

Babbit and Catstello are two cats who are looking for food to get rid of their hunger. Babbit is eventually able to spot a bird, and he gets a ladder. Catstello goes up the ladder, and despite their repeated attempts, they are unable to catch the bird.    

Role:
Catstello / Tweety (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Tweety's S.O.S. (1951)
Tweety's S.O.S.
Plot:

The film revolves around the cat Sylvester who boards a seagoing passenger liner in his attempt to catch Tweety Bird. 

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Ship Captain (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Acrobatty Bunny (1946)
Acrobatty Bunny
Plot:

Bugs Bunny’s peaceful life is interrupted when a circus is set up just above his rabbit hole, causing a lot of vibration and noise. To make things worse, the lion cage has been set up directly above Bugs Bunny’s hole, and he realizes this only after coming up to the surface.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Nero the Lion / Elephant Trumpeting (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Baby Bottleneck (1946)
Baby Bottleneck
Plot:

After the end of the Second World War, baby boom explode. An overworked stork gets drunk in the Stork Club, and complains that he has to do all the work, but all the credit goes to the fathers. Meanwhile, other animals are also working to deliver babies, but to their inexperience, babies are getting delivered to the wrong parents.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / Narrator / Stork / Scotty Dog / Dog Inventor / Various Babies (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
To Duck... or Not to Duck (1943)
To Duck... or Not to Duck
Plot:

This animated film shows us the story of Elmer Fudd who shoots Daffy Duck while he is hunting fowl. However, the latter, who was wearing a bullet-proof vest pretends to be wounded, despite being unharmed.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Duck Referee / Duck Spectators / Laramore (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Kitty Kornered (1946)
Kitty Kornered
Plot:

When all the cat owners in the neighborhood throw their cats out for the night, Porky Pig decides to do the same. However, his four cats, one of them Sylvester, turns the tables, and instead throws him out into the snow. Porky starts banging on the door, and demands to be let in, but his cats have other ideas.

Role:
Porky Pig / Sylvester / Small Cat / Tiny Cat / Drunk Cat / Goldfish Wife / Moose / Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Robert Clampett
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Rabbit Romeo (1957)
Rabbit Romeo
Plot:

A man gets a female rabbit from his uncle who asks him to take care of her until he arrives. On realizing the rabbit is lonely and sad, he calls another bunny who finds himself in a pickle as he tries to evade romantic advances made by the female rabbit.

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Ain't She Tweet (1952)
Ain't She Tweet
Plot:

Sylvester Cat discovers Tweety Bird in a pet store window, and follows the delivery truck which takes Tweety to its new owner, Granny. Guarded by an army of bulldogs, Granny’s house is well-secured, but Sylvester makes multiple attempts, to pass the dogs and reach Tweety. 

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Dogs / Old Man (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Hold the Lion, Please (1942)
Hold the Lion, Please
Plot:

Hold the Lion, Please is an animated short comedy film, which revolves around a dim-witted lion, who wants to prove that he is still the King of the Jungle. Therefore, in order to do this, he tries to catch Bugs Bunny. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Monkey / Giraffe / Mrs. Bugs Bunny (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tex Avery, Tedd Pierce, Harry Lang
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Wise Quacking Duck (1943)
The Wise Quacking Duck
Plot:

Mr. Meek, a mild-mannered duck, tells his audience that he needs to kill a duck for dinner, as ordered by his wife. Unfortunately for him, he chooses Daffy Duck as his victim. Daffy fakes his death, after which Mr. Meek, filled with guilt, takes him home.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Mr. Meek (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Stupor Duck (1956)
Stupor Duck
Plot:

Inspired by Superman, Daffy Duck plays the role of Super Duck, and fights against the villainous Aardvark Ratnik.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Aardvark Ratnik / Second Voice / First Climber (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Bashful Buzzard (1945)
The Bashful Buzzard
Plot:

Beaky Buzzard’s mother sends him, along with his brothers, to bring home some food. Unlike his brothers, Beaky has little success, and he could only return with a bumble bee. Things get even worse when he is attacked by a larger bee, presumably a parent of the bee he had captured.

Role:
Farmer / Lover in Buggy / Old Rooster / Dragonh (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Bye, Bye Bluebeard (1949)
Bye, Bye Bluebeard
Plot:

Bluebeard the killer seems to be on the loose. Meanwhile, in Porky Pig’s home, a crafty mouse disguises himself as Bluebeard in order to scare Porky Pig to provide him with food. However, Porky realizes that the mouse is too tiny to be Bluebeard. However, soon the real Bluebeard appears, and ties Porky to a rocket.

Role:
Porky Pig / Mouse / Bluebeard / Workout Host / News Reporter (voice)
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
The Stupor Salesman (1948)
The Stupor Salesman
Plot:

Notorious bank robber Slug McSlug manages to escape the police by hiding out in an abandoned country house. He is soon visited by Daffy Duck, a door-to-door salesman, who is determined to sell him something. McSlug tries to get rid of him, but Daffy is persistent.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Slug McSlug / Radio Announcer / Newspaper Boy / Police Dispatcher (voice)
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Cat Feud (1958)
Cat Feud
Plot:

A ferocious guard dog Marc falls for a cute little kitten. However, when an evil cat plants to harm the kitty, it is up to Marc to protect the feline.  

Role:
Marc Anthony / Pussyfoot (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Puss n' Booty (1943)
Puss n' Booty
Plot:

A lady, Rudolph the cat’s mistress, is clueless about the fate of her birds and wonders why her pet birds keep vanishing. Rudolph says nothing other than burping feathers. When the lady brings in little canary ‘Petey,’ Rudolph meets his match. He plots and plans to get the canary, but Petey outsmarts the cat and clinches the finale with an unusual twist.

Role:
Rudolph - Petey Bird (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
I Taw a Putty Tat (1948)
I Taw a Putty Tat
Plot:

A woman’s pet birds keep disappearing mysteriously, and soon she orders another bird from the pet shop, which is a little yellow canary named ‘Tweety’. Upon Tweety’s arrival, Sylvester pretends to be nice so that he can eventually make a meal of the canary.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Bulldog (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Fractured Leghorn (1950)
A Fractured Leghorn
Plot:

In this animation comedy short film, Foghorn Leghorn is fighting over a worm with a cat. While Foghorn wants to snack on the worm, the cat wants to use the worm as a bait for fishing.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Cat / Worm (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Hole Idea (1955)
The Hole Idea
Plot:

Professor Calvin Q Calculus successfully creates a portable hole invention, though his wife disapproves of it. Although it seems that his creation can benefit humanity, a thief steals his briefcase containing the portable holes,  and starts using them for his criminal activities.

Role:
Prof. Calvin Q. Calculus / Newspaper Man / Baby / Scientists / News Reporter / Devil (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Wet Hare (1962)
Wet Hare
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is taking a shower under a waterfall but all of a sudden, the water stops flowing. It soon seems that the villainous Blacque Jacque Shellacque, is behind this. He has built an illegal rock dam in order to control the water supply, so that he can sell the water at inflated prices. However, Bugs plans to teach him a lesson.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Blacque Jacque Shellacque (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Wild and Woolly Hare (1959)
Wild and Woolly Hare
Plot:

This animated comedy short film takes us to 1889, to a town named Canasta, somewhere near the Old West. Yosemite Sam enters a saloon and introduces himself loudly. However, Bugs Bunny, one of the patrons tells him to shut up. Bugs then challenges Sam to a duel, but during the duel, both of them agree to fight dirty. Upon hearing a train whistle, Sam decides that he is more interested in train robbery rather than dueling against Bugs.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Two Cowboys / Injun Joe / Gambler / Old Timer / Old Man (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Ant Pasted (1953)
Ant Pasted
Plot:

On his picnic on the 4th of July, Elmer Fudd throws some of his firecrackers into an ant colony. This angers the ants, making them go mad. But Elmer is only amused by this, and he deliberately begins to blast the anthill to pieces. The eventually declare war on him, for which they organize and train a strong military force.  

Role:
Ants (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Tweety's Circus (1955)
Tweety's Circus
Plot:

Sylvester Cat pays a visit to a circus that is now out of business, where he finds Tweety Bird in one of the cages. All of a sudden, Tweety bird escapes the cage and flees Sylvester, when the chase begins. Meanwhile, Sylvester also needs to flee from an uncaged lion whom he had earlier angered.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Really Scent (1959)
Really Scent
Role:
Pepé le Pew / Crewmen / Shoppers / Sewer Rat (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Abe Levitow
Each Dawn I Crow (1949)
Each Dawn I Crow
Plot:

John Rooster is proudly crowing until a mysterious voice points out to him that Elmer Fudd is sharpening his axe, which means that he is going to kill a chicken soon for dinner. Therefore, John steals the axe and buries it in the garden. He also comes up with various ways to distract Elmer.

Role:
John Rooster (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, Frank Graham
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Two's a Crowd (1950)
Two's a Crowd
Plot:

Claude Cat used to be quite happy with his life, but things get ugly until his owner gets home a new puppy for his wife. Claude is so terrified of the puppy, that a single bark sends him jumping to the ceiling.

Role:
John / Frisky Puppy / Claude Cat (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Speedy Gonzales
Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Sylvester / Various Mice (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Corny Concerto (1943)
A Corny Concerto
Role:
Ducklings (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
For Scent-imental Reasons (1949)
For Scent-imental Reasons
Role:
Pepe Le Pew / Perfume Shop Owner / Gendarme / Cat (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears (1944)
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Henry 'Papa' Bear (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Billy Bletcher, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Unchained Goddess (1958)
The Unchained Goddess
Role:
Hail / Rain (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Richard Carlson, Hans Conried, Frank Baxter, Bernard C. Hunt
Directed By:
Richard Carlson
Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Lady and the Tramp
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Plot:

After her owners have a baby, and a dog-hating relative moves into the house, pampered cocker spaniel Lady is forced to run off following a debacle involving two scheming Siamese cats. She is protected by street-smart stray mutt Tramp, but their budding romance is cut short when Lady is caught by dog catchers while Tramp is distracted.

Starring:
Peggy Lee, George Givot, Stan Freberg, Verna Felton
Directed By:
Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi
Rabbit's Kin (1952)
Rabbit's Kin
Plot:

Rabbit’s Kin is an animated short film, which revolves around Bugs Bunny, who meets a rabbit named Shorty, who was being chased by Pete Puma. Bugs agree to help him, and proceeds to play tricks on Pete.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Shorty (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Wabbit Who Came to Supper (1942)
The Wabbit Who Came to Supper
Plot:

An animated cartoon about a bunny and his archenemy, whose uncle promises him to leave him his will on the condition that he harms no animals - especially rabbits. When it turns out he will have no money left for himself anyway because of all the taxes and fees, he decides to take revenge on the bunny.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Telegram Boy / Delivery Man (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Baton Bunny (1959)
Baton Bunny
Plot:

This seven minutes short Looney Tunes cartoon focuses on Bug Bunny conducting Franz von Suppé's Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna for the Warner Brothers Symphony Orchestra. While he does so, a bothersome fly keeps on disturbing him and his reactions are taken by the musician as directions, resulting in all round chaos.  

Role:
Coughing Bum (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Abe Levitow
The Hare-Brained Hypnotist (1942)
The Hare-Brained Hypnotist
Plot:

The Hair Brained Hypnotist is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Elmer Fudd, who manages to learn about hynotism by reading a book. He is able to test it on a bear and when it turns out to be successful, he decides to hypnotize Bugs Bunny. However, Bugs Bunny refuses to cooperate.

Role:
Bugs Bunny (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Fresh Hare (1942)
Fresh Hare
Plot:

Elmer Fudd is a mountie, who is attempting to arrest Bugs Bunny, who is shown to be ‘Wanted- Dead or Alive’ by several posters. He follows the rabbit tracks to a burrow, and attempts to lure out Bugs using a carrot. He manages to lure out the latter’s hand and gets a handcutt around the rabbit’s wrist. However, Bugs somehow gets his arm out of the cuff, and disappears from the burrow.

Role:
Bugs Bunny (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Quartet The Sportsmen, Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Gift Wrapped (1952)
Gift Wrapped
Plot:

Sylvester is dissatisfied with his Christmas gift of a rubber mouse and switches gift-tags with Granny’s gift, new Tweety in a cage. Sylvester chases Tweety around, and is distracted by big bulldog Hector, who tries gulping Sylvester but is saved by Granny. Sylvester uses several tricks to get Tweety, so finally tired of their predatory games, Granny tapes Sylvester and Hector’s mouths.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Dog (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Daws Butler
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Buckaroo Bugs (1944)
Buckaroo Bugs
Plot:

A bunny who steals carrots plays pranks on Brooklyn's famous cowboy who is meant to arrest him.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Red Hot Ryder / Villagers (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Duck Soup to Nuts (1944)
Duck Soup to Nuts
Plot:

Daffy is relaxing at a pond when there is suddenly a gunshot, forcing all the ducks to take cover. It seems that it is Porky, who is the shooter. Porky fires off another shot, which sends all of them flying away. Porky then takes aim at Daffy, and orders him to come out. However, Daffy manages to disarm Porky.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Last Hungry Cat (1961)
The Last Hungry Cat
Plot:

Sylvester Cat is waiting outside Granny’s apartment as she puts Tweety bird to sleep and goes to pay a visit to her neighbor. Finding the perfect opportunity to catch Tweety, he sneaks into the apartment, and tries to reach the bird cage, by stacking a bunch of furniture. However, the stack collapses, and the fall knocks him out, allowing Tweety to escape.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Starring:
Ben Frommer, June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt
No Barking (1954)
No Barking
Plot:

No Barking is an animated comedy film, which revolves around Claude Cat, who is utterly disturbed by the loud yapping of Frisky Puppy. 

Role:
Tweety, Frisky Puppy, Claude Cat / Dog Effects (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
A Feather in His Hare (1948)
A Feather in His Hare
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is being chased by a spectacle-wearing myopic and hungry Mohican, with intentions of cooking him up. He ties up Bugs and proceeds to cut vegetables in a kettle placed on fire near Bugs. But as Bugs keeps shifting, the Mohican picks up the kettle every time and moves near Bugs. Then Bugs, too, finds ways to get back at him. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Baby Rabbits / Indian Screaming (voice)
Starring:
Michael Maltese
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hollywood Daffy (1946)
Hollywood Daffy
Plot:

Hollywood Daffy is an animated short film, which tells the story of Daffy Duck, who sneaks into a Hollywood studio posing as a tour guide. 

Role:
Daffy Duck / Studio Guard / Jack Benny / Jimmy Durante / Johnny Weissmuller's Yell (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sara Berner, Richard Bickenbach
Directed By:
Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt
Lumber Jack-Rabbit (1954)
Lumber Jack-Rabbit
Plot:

This 3-D animation features Bugs and Paul Bunyan, the giant folk-hero lumberjack. Busy singing, Bugs doesn’t realize that he has entered an enormous vegetable garden and is ecstatic to discover a huge carrot. Paul Bunyan, owner of the vegetable patch, leaves it in care of mammoth dog Smigden. Alerted by Bug’s singing, Smigden soon discovers him and then they have a ‘field-day.’ 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Smidgen (voice)
Starring:
Norman Nesbitt
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Napoleon Bunny-Part (1956)
Napoleon Bunny-Part
Plot:

After taking a wrong turn at the Hollywood freeway, Bugs Bunny finds himself in the headquarters of Napoleon Bonaparte.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Napoleon / Mugsy / Guard / Two Men in White Coats (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Lovelorn Leghorn (1951)
Lovelorn Leghorn
Plot:

This Looney Tunes cartoon features rooster Foghorn Leghorn, his arch-nemesis Barnyard Dawg, and Miss Prissy, the spinster hen wearing blue bonnet and wire-rimmed glasses. Foghorn is having his usual feud with Dawg, when Prissy arrives with a rolling pin, looking for a husband. Dawg gives her ideas to trap Foghorn, knock him out, and then take him along in her picnic basket. 

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dog (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The High and the Flighty (1956)
The High and the Flighty
Plot:

An animated comedy about a duck who arrives at a farm and provokes a rooster and the barnyard dog to continue fighting with each other.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Daffy Duck / Barnyard Dog (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
What Makes Daffy Duck (1948)
What Makes Daffy Duck
Plot:

It’s duck hunt season, and Daffy Duck is sneaking across the meadow dodging several bullets from a hunter. In order to escape, he tries to play a fox and the hunter against each other.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Fox (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Foxy by Proxy (1952)
Foxy by Proxy
Plot:

Foxy by Proxy is an animated comedy drama short film which revolves around a group of hunters and hunting dogs, who are out on a hunt. When they pass over Bugs Bunny’s hole, it wakes him up. In order to have a little fun, he disguises himself as a fox to confuse the hunting dogs.

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Dough Ray Me-ow (1948)
Dough Ray Me-ow
Plot:

Louie the Parrot is second in line to inherit the family fortune after Healthcliff, the family’s cat. Louie begins to think of ways to get rid of Healthcliff, so that he can inherit the fortune himself.

Role:
Louie the Parrot / Heathcliff / Radio Music (voice)
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Hopalong Casualty (1960)
Hopalong Casualty
Plot:

Wile E Coyote tries to catch the Road Runner using a dynamite stick on a fishing pole and other methods. However, he soon learns that it doesn’t affect the Road Runner.

Role:
Wile E. Coyote (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rabbitson Crusoe (1956)
Rabbitson Crusoe
Plot:

Yosemite Sam is shipwrecked on a small island for two decades. With all the ship’s supplies used up, the only food source is a coconut tree on an adjacent island. However, due to a man-eating shark, even crossing between the islands is a difficult task. Sam finds company eventually with the arrival of Bugs Bunny, who has been shipwrecked as well.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Dopey Dick (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Unruly Hare (1945)
The Unruly Hare
Plot:

Elmer Fudd is a surveyor working for a railroad company. Bugs Bunny is disturbed during his surveys, as the path of the new railroad goes directly over his residence. Therefore, Bugs decides to take revenge on Elmer, by playing tricks on him.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Railroad Workers (voice)
Starring:
Quartet The Sportsmen, Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
All Fowled Up (1955)
All Fowled Up
Plot:

In order to catch a chicken for his dinner, little Henery the Hawk ventures into a farm. Meanwhile, a war is going on in the farm between Foghorn Leghorn and the Barnyard Dawg.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Henery Hawk / Barnyard Dog (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Dog Gone South (1950)
Dog Gone South
Plot:

Dog Gone South is an animated short comedy film which tells the story of Charlie Dog who wants an owner. He soon forces himself on a Colonel, but unfortunately he already has a pet bulldog.

Role:
Charlie Dog / Colonel / Man kicking Charlie Dog off train / Belvedere (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk (1943)
Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk
Plot:

Bugs is chopping down gigantic carrots, which belong to a dim-witted giant. When the giant finds out that his garden is being invaded, he is furious, but Bugs manages to evade him.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Giant / Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Go Fly a Kit (1957)
Go Fly a Kit
Plot:

Adopted by a mother eagle, a kitten soon learns to fly using his tail as propeller. After leaving the nest, he saves a pretty cat from a chasing bulldog, using his flying skills. They fall in love and beget four flying kittens. Every winter, the kittens fly South with their father, and by spring time, return to their mother in North.

Role:
Customer / Cats / Bulldog (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Robot Rabbit (1953)
Robot Rabbit
Plot:

Elmer Fudd is a farmer who is quite busy in his carrot farming. However, when Bugs Bunny begins to steal his carrots, Elmer brings out his shotgun and shoots at him, but Bugs manages to dive into his hole. Therefore, Elmer decides to call for pest control service, and they send a robot to get rid of Bugs. However, apparently the robot doesn’t know what a rabbit looks like.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Horse (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Bonanza Bunny (1959)
Bonanza Bunny
Plot:

Bugs Bunny walks into a saloon with a bag that is filled with gold nuggets. Unaware about the value of gold, he says that he confused ‘karats’ with ‘carrots’, and he has no use for these rocks. When he requests a glass of carrot juice, the eager Bartender gives him his best serving, after which Bugs pays him with a gold stone. Soon, a wanted criminal approaches Bugs and tells him to hand over the stones. Although Bugs doesn't realize its value, he refuses to hand over the bag.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Blacque Jacque Shellacque (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Tom Turk and Daffy (1944)
Tom Turk and Daffy
Plot:

Daffy Duck is making a snowman when he hears some gunshots followed by a powerful crash. Suddenly a turkey named Tom Turk appears, and asks Daffy for his help, as he is being chased by Porky Pig, who wants to have Tom Turk for dinner.    

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Touché and Go (1957)
Touché and Go
Plot:

Pepé is an amorous skunk who chases a female cat named Penelope by the seaside. He eventually is able to find her after which he embraces and kisses her, but she escapes into the sea with a diving mask and an oxygen tank.

Role:
Pepé le Pew / Penelope / Streetpainter / Dog / Boat Captain / Shark (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Goofy Gophers (1947)
The Goofy Gophers
Plot:

An anthromorphic dog is guarding a vegetable garden, when he falls asleep. When he wakes up and spots two rodents eating up the carrots, he disguises himself as a tomato vine in the garden. However, the gophers manage to spot him before he catches them, and they begin to attack him by throwing vegetables.

Role:
Mac / Dog / Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Dime to Retire (1955)
Dime to Retire
Plot:

Dime to Retire is an animation comedy short film which shows Porky Pig as a tired traveler who drives into a town looking for a place to spend the night. He eventually manages to find a hotel that charges only 10 cents per night. However, the manager Daffy Duck infests Porky’s room with animals, that disturb his sleep. Daffy asks for an increasingly hefty sum, each time Porky asks him to remove the animal from the room.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Cat and Dog Effects (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Leghorn Blows at Midnight (1950)
The Leghorn Blows at Midnight
Plot:

A young naive chicken hawk is tricked by Foghorn Leghorn into believing that the barnyard dog is a pheasant.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Henery Hawk / Barnyard Dog (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Leghorn Swoggled (1951)
Leghorn Swoggled
Plot:

Little Henery the Chicken Hawk is looking for ways to trap Foghorn Leghorn for his dinner. Barnyard Dawg says that he will help him catch Foghorn, but only if Henery can help him find a bone.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Henery Hawk / Barnyard Dog / Cat (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Prince Violent (1961)
Prince Violent
Plot:

When Viking Yosemite Sam arrives to storm a castle, Bugs Bunny decides to take charge of the defenses. Due to his foolishness, Sam is unable to threaten the castle seriously, even with the help of an elephant.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Elephant / Peasants / Guard (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt
It's Hummer Time (1950)
It's Hummer Time
Plot:

A green hummingbird is shown to be flying around outside of a local park. He soon attracts the attention of a cat who wants to grab him. The cat gives chase, but the bird manages to escape. However, the cat still doesn’t give up, and continues to give chase repeatedly, but he finds himself stumbling in the property of a bulldog again and again.

Role:
Cat / Humming Bird / Bulldog / Bee (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Prize Pest (1951)
The Prize Pest
Plot:

Porky Pig earns a grand prize after listening to one of his favorite radio programs. He is awarded with a big box. When he unwraps the box, Daffy Duck hops out of it and insists on staying with Porky forever. Though, Porky makes umpteen attempts to throw Daffy out of the house, Daffy has other plans.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / Radio Announcers / Delivery Man (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Dr. Jerkyl's Hide (1954)
Dr. Jerkyl's Hide
Plot:

Dr Jerkyl’s Hide is an animated comedy short film in which Sylvester Cat is being chased by two dogs into the lab of Dr Jerkyl. When the cat drinks the Hyde formula, it transforms him into a wildcat. He is able to claw the dogs into little pieces.

Role:
Sylvester / Alfie (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Piker's Peak (1957)
Piker's Peak
Plot:

In the Swiss Alps, a mayor announces a prize money of 50,000 kronkites to the one who can climb the Schmatterhorn. Yosemite Sam volunteers to scale it, but while climbing, Bugs Bunny emerges from a rabbit hole. He hears a band playing and crowd cheering and upon inquiring, Sam brags about the challenge and the prize. Upon hearing this, Bugs decides that he will scale the mountain and claim the prize for himself.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Saint Bernard with Hiccups (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Crockett-Doodle-Do (1960)
Crockett-Doodle-Do
Plot:

Foghorn Leghorn is going for a hike in the woods, when he notices that Egghead Jr. is reading a book about basic sciences. Foghorn decides to take him along, to the woods, so that he can learn scouting and woodcraft.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Egghead Jr. (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Upswept Hare (1953)
Upswept Hare
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is preparing to go to sleep at night, but soon after, Elmer Fudd drives up as he has seen a rare desert flower next to Bugs’ hole, which he wishes to put in his tropical garden. Elmer does not notice the rabbit hole, nor is he aware of Bugs’ presence. He decides to take the flower back to his penthouse apartment, without realizing that he is also taking Bugs along with it.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Honey's Money (1962)
Honey's Money
Plot:

Honey’s Money is an animated comedy short film which shows us Yosemite Sam getting married to a widow for her wealth. However, once their honeymoon is over, she reveals her ugly and loud mouthed side to him. Sam is introduced to her son, a huge and oafish kid. Unable to tolerate his clumsiness, Sam thinks of a way to do away with him.

Role:
Yosemite Sam (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Billy Booth
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Woolen Under Where (1963)
Woolen Under Where
Plot:

Although they are friends and living as roommates, Ralph Wolf attempts to steal the sheep that Sam Sheepdog is guarding after they finish their breakfast. After Ralph’s initial attempt fails, he comes up with more plans and attempts to steal the sheep.    

Role:
Ralph Wolf / Sam Sheepdog (voice)
Directed By:
Phil Monroe, Richard Thompson
Thumb Fun (1952)
Thumb Fun
Plot:

This animated comedy film revolves around Daffy Duck, who decides to hitchhike his way to the South. However, he doesn’t seem to have any luck. Therefore he paints an excavation hole in the road, which makes Porky who is in his red sports car, stop in front of the “hole”. Daffy stuffs all his luggage, and he puts them in the trunk. They set off, but Daffy’s antics lead to Porky getting in trouble with the cops.  

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / Obnoxious Motorist / Cop (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Ain't That Ducky (1945)
Ain't That Ducky
Plot:

Daffy Duck is taking a bubble bath in a pond, when he is suddenly able to hear the sobbing of a Little Yellow Duck with a briefcase. Duffy asks him what’s wrong, and what’s in the briefcase, but the Little Yellow Duck is hesitant to tell him. Soon, a hunter arrives and asks the litte duck if he can help in any way, but the duck responds the same way.  

Role:
Daffy Duck / Sobbing Duckling (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Victor Moore
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Roughly Squeaking (1946)
Roughly Squeaking
Plot:

Two mice Hubie and Bertie, convince a foolish cat, after shaving him, that he is actually a lion, and they also tell him that the bulldog outside is a moose. They also convince the dog that he is actually a gazelle.  

Role:
Hubie / Cat / Dog (voice)
Starring:
Dick Nelson, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Brother Brat (1944)
Brother Brat
Plot:

During the Second World War, a working mother hires Porky Pig as a babysitter for her infant. However, things get complicated for Porky when he finds out that the baby has a terrible temper. He tries to take help from a child psychology book to control the baby, but doesn’t find any success. Eventually, the mother returns and decides to spank the child.

Role:
Porky Pig / Baby Butch (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Bugs Bunny's Easter Special (1977)
Bugs Bunny's Easter Special
Plot:

When the Easter Bunny falls ill, Granny needs a replacement for him soon. Eventually, she thinks that Bugs Bunny can be the replacement. However, problem arises when she finds out that Bugs Bunny is tied up working in a film.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Yosemite Sam / Tweety / Sylvester / Pepe le Pew / Foghorn Leghorn / Porky Pig (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Gerry Chiniquy
Terrier-Stricken (1952)
Terrier-Stricken
Plot:

Claude Cat gets into a heap of troublesome situations due to playful antics and sudden barking of Frisky Puppy. The Cat crazily runs through the house, out of the door, in and out of faucets, down the chimney, and finally dives into an empty swimming pool.

Role:
Frisky Puppy / Claude Cat (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Bugs Bunny/Road-Runner Movie (1979)
The Bugs Bunny/Road-Runner Movie
G
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Marvin the Martian / Wile E. Coyote / Pepe le Pew / Dr. I.Q. High / Hassan (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, Paul Julian, Nicolai Shutorov
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Phil Monroe
Book Revue (1946)
Book Revue
Role:
Daffy Duck / Big Bad Wolf / Cop / Cuckoo / Sailor / Henry VIII / Mice (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sara Berner, Richard Bickenbach, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
The Hoober-Bloob Highway (1975)
The Hoober-Bloob Highway
Role:
Bub (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Hal Smith, Lennie Weinrib, Bob Holt
Directed By:
Alan Zaslove
The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show (1967)
The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show
TV-G
Starring:
Janet Waldo, Paul Frees, Howard Morris, Henry Corden
Off to See the Wizard (1967)
Off to See the Wizard
Role:
Cowardly Lion / ... (25 episodes, 1967-1968)
Starring:
Adam West, Barbara Eden, Steve Martin, William Shatner, Jim Nabors, Hal Holbrook, Vivian Vance
Directed By:
John Florea, Richard Kinon
Bugs Bunny's Howl-oween Special (1977)
Bugs Bunny's Howl-oween Special
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Sylvester / Tweety / Dr. Jekyll / Speedy Gonzales / Daffy's Nephew (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, David Detiege
Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over (1980)
Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Elmer Fudd / Grouchy Butterfly / Marvin the Martian / Hugo the Abominable Snowman (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Phil Monroe
The Flintstones: Wind-Up Wilma (1981)
The Flintstones: Wind-Up Wilma
Role:
Barney Rubble / Dino (voice)
Starring:
Henry Corden, Don Messick, Jim MacGeorge, Paul Winchell
Directed By:
Carl Urbano, Chris Cuddington
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
TV-14
Plot:

Set in a world where humans and cartoons co-exist, a toon superstar Roger Rabbit suspects his wife of having an affair with Marvin and hires private detective Eddie to investigate. However, Marvin is soon found murdered and Roger Rabbit becomes the prime suspect. It is now up to Eddie, a toon hater, to find the real culprit and save Roger Rabbit.

Starring:
Christopher Lloyd, Jim Cummings, Kathleen Turner, Bob Hoskins, Joanna Cassidy, Charles Fleischer
Directed By:
Robert Zemeckis
Tweetie Pie (1947)
Tweetie Pie
Plot:

A Warner Bros. cartoon film, Tweetie Pie stars Tweety, a yellow canary, and Sylvester the Cat, who tries to eat Tweety whenever he gets the chance, much to the chagrin of his owner who is committed to saving Tweety. A very popular film, it won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 1948.

Role:
Tweety / Thomas aka Sylvester (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Sword in the Stone (1963)
The Sword in the Stone
Plot:

The movie tells the story of King Arthur and his rise from humble beginnings to the throne of England. 12 years old Arthur who is known as Wart, stumbles upon the wizard Merlin in a forest, who proclaims Arthur is destined for greatness. The prophecy comes true when he retrieves Uther Pendragon’s sword from the stone. 

Starring:
Thurl Ravenscroft, Sebastian Cabot, Ginny Tyler, Karl Swenson
Directed By:
Wolfgang Reitherman
Daffy - The Commando (1943)
Daffy - The Commando
Plot:

During the Second World War in Germany, Commander Von Vultur is expressing his frustration over the fact that many American commandos have managed to slip behind German enemy lines. He is unaware of the fact that one of them who is causing a lot of havoc is Commando Daffy Duck.

Role:
Daffy Duck / General Von Vulture / Hitler (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Herr Meets Hare (1945)
Herr Meets Hare
Plot:

When Bugs Bunny comes across Nazi leader Hermann Goering in the Black Forest, he decides to disguise himself as Adolf Hitler.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Goering / Hitler / Bird / Stalin / Winchell (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Hare Force (1944)
Hare Force
Plot:

Hare Force is an animated comedy short film, which revolves around Bugs Bunny, who is frozen outside on a cold snowy night. He is taken in by a kind old lady. However, her dog starts to think of ways to kill Bugs, which leads to a war between them.   

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Tedd Pierce, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Hare Remover (1946)
Hare Remover
Plot:

A mad scientist makes a potion to turn a bunny into a monster. The bunny, on the other hand, dupes him into drinking his own mixture.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Rover (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Bad Ol' Putty Tat (1949)
Bad Ol' Putty Tat
Plot:

A cartoon about a bird who tries to escape a cat who wants to catch it.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Badminton Player (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Daffy Duck & Egghead (1938)
Daffy Duck & Egghead
Plot:

Egghead is being annoyed by a man in the theatre, who refuses to sit down. Therefore, Egghead decides to shoot him, but it turns out that the man is actually Daffy Duck. They fight against one another, and soon, a tortoise comes, and tries to give both of them new weapons.         

Role:
Daffy Duck / Turtle Referee / Nut House Duck (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Danny Webb
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Russian Rhapsody (1944)
Russian Rhapsody
Plot:

After the failure of Nazi bombers to make it to Moscow during the Second World War, Hitler is infuriated and decides that he will personally fly a heavy bomber to attack the Russians. 

Role:
Adolf Hitler / Gremlins (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Snow Business (1953)
Snow Business
Plot:

Because of a heavy snowstorm, Granny is stuck up in the highway, unable to return to her mountain cabin, where her two pets, Sylvester the Cat and Tweety, are waiting for her. There is no cat food at home, only bird seed and so a hungry Sylvester decides to cook and eat Tweety, while a delirious mouse takes him for his food. 

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Mouse / Man / Radio Reporter (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Bird in a Guilty Cage (1952)
A Bird in a Guilty Cage
Plot:

Sylvester Cat spots Tweety Bird through the window of a store. He manages to sneak inside, but Tweety is aware of his presence, and hides himself. Sylvester shoots at him with a rifle, after which Tweety launches a dynamite attack.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
An Itch in Time (1943)
An Itch in Time
Plot:

Elmur Fudd is reading a comic book, sitting on his chair. His dog is sleeping comfortably near the fireplace. All is peaceful till a flea arrives. The dog begins to scratch himself again and again, and Elmer threatens to give him a bath unless he stops.

Role:
Dog / Cat / A. Flea - screaming (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Room and Bird (1951)
Room and Bird
Plot:

Pets aren’t allowed in the Spinsters Arms Hotel, and therefore, their owners try to keep Sylvester Cat and Tweety Bird out of sight of the hotel owner. Meanwhile, Sylvester chases Tweety in and out of the hotel rooms. 

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Mouse / House Detective / Dog / Monkey (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare (1964)
Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare
Plot:

The Tasmanian Devil aka Taz comes to the jungle, and all the animals begin to hide and run. Bugs Bunny, however, continues to take a bath, unaware of the arrival of Taz. Taz puts ketchup on Bugs, but Bugs freaks out, thinking it to be blood.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Tasmanian Devil (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Daffy Doc (1938)
The Daffy Doc
Plot:

Doctor Quack is doing an operation, with Daffy Duck as his assistant. However, Daffy is unable to perform his job efficiently, and he goes crazy and begins to jump around the room, tossing the instruments in the air.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Dr. Quack (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Mouse and Garden (1960)
Mouse and Garden
Plot:

Sylvester Cat and his friend Sam are rummaging through some trash cans, hoping to find some food. They eventually find a mouse, and agree to share it for breakfast the next morning. However, they are not able to wait,  and during the night time, both try to have the mouse for himself.

Role:
Sylvester / Mouse (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Million Hare (1963)
The Million Hare
Plot:

Daffy Duck visits Bugs Bunny, and they begin to watch television together. They begin to watch a game show called ‘Beat Your Buddy’, where after a draw, Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck turn out to be the new contestants. After hearing that the first one to reach the TV studio is going to receive a million bucks, both of them begin to race to the headquarters of the TV station.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Now Hear This (1962)
Now Hear This
Plot:

The Devil loses one of his horns on the sidewalk. An elderly man, however, mistakes it to be an ear trumpet, and soon he starts causing bodily harm to himself through it. 

Role:
Vocal effects (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
The Case of the Stuttering Pig (1937)
The Case of the Stuttering Pig
Plot:

On a dark and stormy night, Porky’s lawyer Goodwill informs him and his brothers that they will inherit a fortune from their deceased rich uncle Solomon. However, soon Goodwill walks into a secret laboratory, and drinks a special juice, which turns him into a monster. Intent on keeping the inheritance for himself, he begins to kidnap the brothers one by one. 

Role:
Porky Pig / Guy in the Third Row (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Sara Berner
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Wideo Wabbit (1956)
Wideo Wabbit
Plot:

Wideo Wabbit is an animated short comedy film in which Bugs Bunny is shown being chased by Elmer Fudd throughout a TV studio and its various productions, after he declines to be part of a program.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / QTTV Producer / Elmer Fudd - Yelping (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
A Witch's Tangled Hare (1959)
A Witch's Tangled Hare
Plot:

A Witch’s Tangled Hare is an animated short comedy film in which William Shakespeare, famous playwright, is looking for inspiration for his latest play. He soon arrives at the castle of Macbeth, where he sees Bugs Bunny fighting against Witch Hazel.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Sam Krubish (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Abe Levitow
The Aristo-Cat (1943)
The Aristo-Cat
Plot:

This animated comedy short film tells the story of a pampered cat, who plays practical jokes on the family’s butler. However, when the butler leaves the job, the cat is terrified as he has never dealt with mice before.

Role:
Cat / Madam / Meadows (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce, Michael Maltese
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Red Riding Hoodwinked (1955)
Red Riding Hoodwinked
Plot:

Red Riding Hoodwinked is an animated comedy short film which retells the popular story of Little Red Riding Hood, with a difference and a new twist. Sylvester Cat unites with the Big Bad Wolf to capture Red as well as Tweety.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Big Bad Wolf (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
I Got Plenty of Mutton (1944)
I Got Plenty of Mutton
TV-G
Plot:

Deprived of meat during the war, a wolf sees an article in the newspaper about a sheepdog leaving his flock to join the army. He finds it as a great opportunity, since the sheep will now be unguarded. He decides to dress himself as an attractive lady sheep, and tries to lure a ram.

Role:
Wolf / Killer Diller (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Fastest with the Mostest (1960)
Fastest with the Mostest
Plot:

Wile E Coyote tries to drop a rocket bomb on the Road Runner from a balloon in order to capture him, but instead he inflates himself. As his plan fails, he attempts to trap the Road Runner on the edge of a cliff.

Role:
Wile E. Coyote (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hare-Breadth Hurry (1963)
Hare-Breadth Hurry
Plot:

Bugs Bunny replaces Roadrunner, who has ‘sprained a giblet,’ and takes Acme Super Speed pills to run fast like Roadrunner. As its effect diminishes, Bugs must rely on his wits. When Koyote uses carrot as bait for Bugs, he gets a fish instead. More gags follow with pipes added to gun, glue spread on road, and an anvil that finds its target. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Zoom at the Top (1962)
Zoom at the Top
Plot:

Zoom at the Top is an animated short comedy film which revolves around Wile Coyote, who in order to catch the Road Runner, sets up a bear trap in the middle of the road. When this plan fails, he tries other methods, which includes a jet rocket, an ice-making machine, and a boomerang.

Role:
Wile E. Coyote (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Trap Happy Porky (1945)
Trap Happy Porky
Plot:

While trying to relax at Uncle Tom’s Cabins, Porky’s sleep is disturbed by noisy mice. When the traps fail, Porky gets a cat to throw them out. As Porky tries to sleep, the cat invites some friends, indulging in drunken singing. Exasperated, Porky hires a bulldog, but he, too, joins their singing. Porky has no other alternative, but to join the party.

Role:
Porky Pig / Mouse / Drunk Cats / Bulldog (voice)
Starring:
Quartet The Sportsmen
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Wise Quackers (1949)
Wise Quackers
Plot:

Wise Quackers is an animation comedy short film which shows us Daffy Duck, who falls from the sky onto Elmer Fudd’s farm. In order to avoid being shot, he begs Elmer to take him as a slave. 

Role:
Daffy Duck (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Wild Over You (1953)
Wild Over You
Plot:

During the Paris Exposition of 1900, tourists are taking a tour of a zoo, but soon, when a wildcat escapes, they start panicking. Meanwhile, when the wildcat sees that an animal controller from the zoo is pursuing her, she paints herself to look like a skunk, which scares away the animal controller. However, she soon attracts the attention of the amorous Pepé Le Pew.  

Role:
Pepé le Pew / Wildcat / Zookeeper / Le Hyena / Newsboy / Le Policier / Dog (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Louvre Come Back to Me! (1962)
Louvre Come Back to Me!
Plot:

Louvre Come Back to Me! is an animated short comedy film which revolves around Pepe Le Pew, the amorous skunk, who is in Paris, where he pursues a female cat, thinking that she is a girl skunk.

Role:
Pepe Le Pew (voice)
Starring:
Julie Bennett
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Often an Orphan (1949)
Often an Orphan
Plot:

After being abandoned by his owner, Charlie Dog tries to convince Porky Pig to adopt him. He is eventually adopted. However, his pranks attract the attention of the dog pound.

Role:
Porky / Charlie Dog / Charlie Dog's Master / Various Other Dogs (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Feather Dusted (1955)
Feather Dusted
Plot:

Miss Prissy goes for a party leaving her son Egghead Jr. who shakes his head to say yes and nods to say no. Foghorn decides to entertain him by playing some games. But as he plays croquet, cops and robbers, cowboys and Indians, genius Egghead outsmarts him at every game. Finally, Foghorn concludes that it’s not safe to play games with the child. 

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Widow's Son / Cop (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Quackodile Tears (1962)
Quackodile Tears
Plot:

Daffy Duck’s wife orders him to sit on their egg in a nest. Daffy Duck tries to adjust the nest in order to make it more comfortable, but unfortunately, the egg begins to roll away. It eventually lands between eggs belonging to crocodiles.  

Role:
Daffy Duck / George Crocodile (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
A Street Cat Named Sylvester (1953)
A Street Cat Named Sylvester
Plot:

During a blizzard, Tweety bird is seeking shelter and soon he arrives at Granny’s door. Sylvester Cat answers the door and tries to use this as an opportunity to capture Tweety. However, Granny’s bulldog Hector gets in his way, as he wants revenge on Sylvester for his broken leg.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Hector the Bulldog (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Fowl Weather (1953)
Fowl Weather
Plot:

When Granny is going away for a while, she assigns a bulldog named Hector to take care of her Tweety Bird in her absence. However, Sylvester Cat disguises himself as a Scarecrow and sneaks up on Tweety Bird, but Tweety runs away and hides in a shelter coop. Seeing that Tweety is gone, Hector decides to paint Sylvester yellow and puts him in Tweety’s cage in order to fool granny.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Hector / Rooster / Hen (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Weasel Stop (1956)
Weasel Stop
Plot:

A shaggy dog is working as a guard at a farm’s chicken coop. Soon, a weasel come along, with the hope to gain access to the chickens. Foghorn Leghorn offers to help him, by getting the guard dog removed. Although both of them try various ways to get rid of the dog, they fail miserably.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Willy the Weasel / Dog - Barking / Hen (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Past Perfumance (1955)
Past Perfumance
Plot:

Past Perfumance is a short comedy animated film which tells the story of the skunk Pepe Le Pew, as he tries to pursue his latest love, a cat which has been made to resemble a skunk, by a movie crew.

Role:
Pepe Le Pew / the Director / the Assistant Director / the Guard / Second Director (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, Michael Maltese
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Curtain Razor (1949)
Curtain Razor
Plot:

Curtain Razor is an animated comedy short film in which Porky Pig is shown as a talent agent, who is auditioning various performers. However, a fox keeps causing problems and interruptions, and he promises that he will provide Porky with the act of the century.

Role:
Porky Pig / Grasshopper / Turtle / Al Jolson / Janitor / Dog / Flea Circus Dog (voice)
Starring:
Dave Barry, Cliff Nazarro, Dorothy Lloyd, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Pest That Came to Dinner (1948)
The Pest That Came to Dinner
Plot:

Porky Pig comes to know that a termite is the reason behind all his belongings crumbling to dust. However, despite all attempts, he is unable to exterminate the termite by himself. He goes to an expert who provides him several methods of getting rid of the termite, but none of them turn out to be successful.

Role:
Porky Pig / Pierre the Termite / Sureshot (voice)
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Too Hop to Handle (1956)
Too Hop to Handle
Plot:

Sylvester Cat hears the story of The Pied Piper of Hamelin from his son but he refuses to believe that such a character can lure mice into their home to catch. However, Junior tries it and Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo appears, pretending to be a giant mouse. This makes Sylvester believe in the power of the pipe.

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. / Zoo Official / Man in Park / Dog, Pig and Cow Sounds (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Muzzle Tough (1954)
Muzzle Tough
Plot:

Granny moves into a city brownstone with her Tweety Bird. A stray cat named Sylvester is delighted and plans to catch Tweety. He tries all sorts of disguises, but each of his tricks fail due to Granny’s bulldog.    

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Hector / Dogs (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Mutt in a Rut (1959)
A Mutt in a Rut
Plot:

While Elmer is out, his dog is watching a cartoon which says that dogs are going to be shot by their masters as soon as they get old. Meanwhile, Elmer returns and decides that he should take his dog out for hunting but the dog is scared as he believes that he is going to be shot by his master.  

Role:
Rover / Television Announcer / Carlton Canine / Cat Sounds (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Rebel Without Claws (1961)
The Rebel Without Claws
Plot:

The Rebel Without Claws is an animated short comedy film which takes us to the time of the American Civil War. When the confederate soldiers realize that all their carrier pigeons have been shot down, they realize that their last hope is Tweety Bird. When the Union Forces realize this, they decide to counter with their ‘Messenger Destroyer’ which turns out to be none other than Sylvester.   

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Southern Colonel / Soldier (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Hound for Trouble (1951)
A Hound for Trouble
Plot:

Charlie puts on his best Italian accent and forces himself upon a pizzeria owner to work as a waiter after being kicked off the boat in Italy. Customers are not amused by Charlie's musical rendition and his barefoot stomping. He is tricked by the pizzeria owner and is left stranded holding the leaning Tower of Pisa.

Role:
Charlie Dog / Pizzeria Owner (voice)
Starring:
Michael Maltese
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Dog Collared (1950)
Dog Collared
Plot:

It’s ‘Be Kind to Animals’ Week, and Porky Pig decides to set an example. He affectionately pets a large dog. The dog takes an instant liking to Porky, and begins to follow him wherever he goes.

Role:
Porky Pig / Announcer / Old Man / the Butler (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Asterix and Cleopatra (1968)
Asterix and Cleopatra
Plot:

In this animated historical comedy film, Queen Cleopatra makes a bet claiming that she can have a magnificent palace constructed for Julius Caesar within just three months. The task is given to an architect named Numerobis, who is informed that if he fails to get it done, he will be fed to the crocodiles.

Starring:
Roger Carel, Jacques Morel, Micheline Dax, Jacques Balutin
Directed By:
René Goscinny, Albert Uderzo
The Fox and the Grapes (1941)
The Fox and the Grapes
Role:
Fox / Crow (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
The Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie (1981)
The Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie
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Role:
Bugs Bunny / King Arthur / Sir Osis of Liver / Sir Loin of Beef / Yosemite Sam / Gerry the Idgit Dragon / Daffy Duck / Sylvester / Tweety Pie / Porky Pig / Speedy Gonzales / Treasury Director / Rocky / Mugsy / Judge / Clancy / O'Hara / Cops / Pepe Le
Starring:
June Foray, Stan Freberg, Frank Nelson, Ralph James
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Dover Boys at Pimento University or The Rivals of Roquefort Hall (1942)
The Dover Boys at Pimento University or The Rivals of Roquefort Hall
Role:
Dan Backslide / telegraph boy (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Tedd Pierce, Quartet The Sportsmen, John McLeish
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Speaking of Animals in the Zoo (1941)
Speaking of Animals in the Zoo
Role:
Various Animals (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Tex Avery
A Flintstone Christmas (1977)
A Flintstone Christmas
Role:
Barney Rubble / Dino (voice)
Starring:
Henry Corden, Lucille Bliss, Virginia Gregg, Don Messick
Directed By:
Charles A. Nichols
Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales (1979)
Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Porky Pig / Foghorn Leghorn / Pepe le Pew / Tweety / Sylvester / Tasmanian Devil / Light Company Man / Airplane Pilots / Santa Claus / Elmer Fudd (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng
The Bugs Bunny Mystery Special (1980)
The Bugs Bunny Mystery Special
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Porky Pig / Elmer Fudd / Yosemite Sam / Wile E. Coyote / Sylvester / Tweety / Rocky / Mugsy (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Gerry Chiniquy
Tales of Washington Irving (1970)
Tales of Washington Irving
Starring:
Don Messick, Nancy Wible, Joan Gerber, George Furth
Directed By:
Zoran Janjic
The Porky Pig Show (1964)
The Porky Pig Show
TV-Y
Role:
Porky Pig / ... (4 episodes, 1964-1965)
Starring:
Cal Howard
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Young Samson & Goliath (1967)
Young Samson & Goliath
Role:
Goliath (20 episodes, 1967-1968)
Starring:
John Stephenson, Tim Matheson
The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie (1972)
The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie
Starring:
Richard Dawson, Susan Olsen, Mike Lookinland, Kim Richards, Eve Plumb, Richard Long, Maureen McCormick
Directed By:
Joseph Barbera, William Hanna, Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr., Charles A. Nichols
Yogi Bear's All-Star Comedy Christmas Caper (1982)
Yogi Bear's All-Star Comedy Christmas Caper
Role:
Barney Rubble / Bulldog / Security Guard #1 (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler, Henry Corden, Allan Melvin, Don Messick
Directed By:
Steve Lumley
The Aristocats (1970)
The Aristocats
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Plot:

Madame Adelaide Bonfamille decides to leave all her fortune to her beloved cat, Duchess, and her three kittens: Berlioz, Marie, and Toulouse, and her butler, Edgar. But the devious Edgar kidnaps the cats and abandons them in the countryside. There they are helped by alley cat, Thomas O’Malley, to return home and expose Edgar. 

Starring:
Eva Gabor, Scatman Crothers, Sterling Holloway, Thurl Ravenscroft, Phil Harris
Directed By:
Wolfgang Reitherman
Lumber Jerks (1955)
Lumber Jerks
Plot:

After moving into a new tree, the Gophers learn that the bulk of it has been cut down and taken away to a lumber mill. They embark on a mission to get back their tree, before their home is transformed into furniture.

Role:
Mac (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Hollywood Steps Out (1941)
Hollywood Steps Out
Plot:

Hollywood Steps Out is an animated comedy short film which takes us to a nightclub where we are shown caricatures of some of Hollywood’s top stars such as Cary Grant, Ann Sheridan, James Cagney, etc.

Role:
Jerry Colonna / Peter Lorre (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Dave Barry, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Pigs in a Polka (1943)
Pigs in a Polka
Plot:

A parody of Three Little Pigs (1939) and Fantasia (1940), this 1943 short retells the story of three little pigs, this time busy building their houses. The first pig builds his house with straw, the second with match boxes and the third with bricks. Then comes the Big Bad Wolf, dressed up as gypsy. 

Role:
Big Bad Wolf / Third Little Pig (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sara Berner
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Broken Leghorn (1959)
A Broken Leghorn
Plot:

On Old McDonald’s farm, other hens are ridiculing Miss Prissy due to her inability to lay an egg. To boost her confidence, Foghorn takes pity on her, and slips her one of the other hen’s eggs.  However, things don’t go as expected.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Junior Rooster (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Daffy Duck in Hollywood (1938)
Daffy Duck in Hollywood
Plot:

At Wonder Studios, Daffy Duck asks for an acting position. He is soon taken on set, but he begins to wreak havoc. Despite this, his creative editing manages to impress I M Stupendous, the producer.

Role:
Daffy Duck / I. M. Stupendous / Rooster Actor / Assistant Directors (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Herman Bing, Sara Berner
Directed By:
Tex Avery
French Rarebit (1951)
French Rarebit
Plot:

French Rarebit is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Bugs Bunny, who was inside a crate, that was lost by a delivery truck. He finds himself in the middle of the road, surrounded by carrots, and he tries to figure out where he is.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Francois (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Odor-Able Kitty (1945)
Odor-Able Kitty
Plot:

This animated short comedy film revolves around a homeless cat who disguises himself as a skunk in order to find food. However, it ends up attracting the romantic attention of a real amorous skunk by the name of Pepe Le Pew.  

Role:
Pepé le Pew / Cat / Dog / Screaming Lady with Broom / Mouse / Bugs Bunny (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Pied Piper of Guadalupe (1961)
The Pied Piper of Guadalupe
Plot:

Sylvester is being taunted by the mice in Guadalupe, and in order to take revenge, he decides to imitate the Pied Piper of Hamelin, and tries to lure the mice out of the city, so that he can trap all of them in a jar. He is mostly successful, but his flute is unable to have any effect on Speedy Gonzales, who decides to rescue all of his friends.

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Sylvester / Mice (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt
Scrap Happy Daffy (1943)
Scrap Happy Daffy
Plot:

During the time of the Second World War, Daffy Duck begins a junkyard to supply metal to the Allied Forces. When Hitler comes to know about this, he sends a goat in order to destroy the junkyard.  

Role:
Daffy Duck / Hitler / Nazi Soldiers / Submarine Captain / Billy Goat / Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Uncle Dillingham Duck / Minuteman Duck / Pioneer Duck / Admiral Duck / Lincoln Duck / Daffy's Ancestors (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce, Dorothy Lloyd
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Hare Ribbin' (1944)
Hare Ribbin'
Plot:

A dog is hunting for a rabbit by sniffing a trail. He eventually comes across Bugs, who starts tormenting him. Therefore, the dog gives him a chase, but they both soon find themselves underwater in a lake nearby.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Russian Dog - speaking like Elmer Fudd (voice)
Starring:
Sam Wolfe
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Gonzales' Tamales (1957)
Gonzales' Tamales
Plot:

Majority of the male mice in a Mexican village are upset because they think Speedy Gonzales has been getting in between them and the ‘pretty girls’. Therefore they decide to bring Sylvester Cat to chase Speedy out of their village. They forge a note from Speedy, challenging Sylvester to a fight, hoping that this will start a war between the two. 

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Sylvester / Pedro / Friend of Jose (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Porky's Preview (1941)
Porky's Preview
Plot:

Porky’s Review is an animated short comedy film which revolves around Porky Pig, who has arranged for a film theatre for a group of barnyard animals. The film turns out to be a  series of sketches of various primitive characters. However, things get complicated with the arrival of the skunk, whose presence drives all the other animals away.    

Role:
Porky Pig / Kangaroo / Firefly Usher / Skunk (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Cliff Nazarro
Directed By:
Tex Avery
What's Cookin' Doc? (1944)
What's Cookin' Doc?
Plot:

When James Cagney wins the Oscar, Bugs Bunny feels that he is the one who should have won the award. Bugs demands a recount, and in order to make his point, he shows a clip from ‘Hiawatha’s Rabbit Hunt’.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Emcee / Hiawatha / Audience Member / Hollywood Wolf (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Friz Freleng, Robert Clampett
Crowing Pains (1947)
Crowing Pains
Plot:

Henery Hawk hides himself inside an egg in an attempt to catch his first chicken. However, Foghorn Leghorn tells him that Sylvester is the real chicken. Things get even more complicated due to the Barnyard Dawg.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Sylvester / Henery Hawk / Barnyard Dog (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
My Little Duckaroo (1954)
My Little Duckaroo
Plot:

My Little Duckaroo is an animated comedy adventure film which revolves around the adventures of Daffy Duck and his sidekick Porky Pig, who are outlaws fighting for justice.

Role:
Daffy Duck AKA Masked Avenger / Porky Pig / Nasty Canasta (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Tweety and the Beanstalk (1957)
Tweety and the Beanstalk
Plot:

A mother is angry at her son for trading a cow for three beans as they seem to be useless. The beans are thrown out of the window and they end up under Sylvester Cat’s bed. Things get interesting when the beans sprout into a giant beanstalk and reaches into the heavens, taking the sleeping Sylvester with it. When he eventually awakens, he is in for a shock.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Giant Bulldog / Mouse (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Up-Standing Sitter (1948)
The Up-Standing Sitter
Plot:

Daffy Duck is sent to the hen house in order to baby-sit an egg. After a while, the egg hatches a little chick but it seems to be afraid of strangers. It runs away from Daffy, out of fright, and Daffy is forced to chase the chicken all over the barnyard.

Role:
Daffy Duck / I. Squeel / Hen / Baby Chick (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Mexican Boarders (1962)
Mexican Boarders
Plot:

Slowpoke Rodriguez, the lethargic cousin of Speedy Gonzales, comes to visit Speedy’s hacienda. Upon seeing him, Sylvester is confident that although Speedy may be too fast for him, he can definitely catch Slowpoke for dinner.

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Sylvester (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler, Tom Holland
Directed By:
Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt
Porky's Party (1938)
Porky's Party
Plot:

Porky’s Party is an animated comedy short film in which Porky’s uncle sends him a silwork on his birthday. The silkwork is able to churn out articles of clothing as soon as it hears the word ‘sew’. Things get complicated when one of his guests accidentally eat up the worm.

Role:
Porky Pig / Black Fury / Penguin (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
The Bear's Tale (1940)
The Bear's Tale
Plot:

The three bears go out for a bicycle ride while letting their porridge cool down. Meanwhile, Goldilocks, who was coming, takes a stop at Grandmother’s house, thinking it to be the house of the three bears. However, she meets the Big Bad Wolf from the tale of Little Red Riding Hood.

Role:
Wolf (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sara Berner, Tex Avery, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Booby Hatched (1944)
Booby Hatched
Plot:

After a lot of struggle, a duck manages to finally hatch her eggs. However, a wolf begins to target one of them.

Role:
Robespierre / Bear / Chick (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
This Is a Life? (1955)
This Is a Life?
Plot:

Elmer Fudd is hosting a show, where Bugs Bunny is the chief guest. However, this makes Daffy Duck disappointed, and jealous because the show is not about him. Meanwhile, Yosemite Sam, Bugs Bunny’s arch enemy, tries to use this event as an opportunity to  take revenge.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Yosemite Sam / Announcer (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Lighter Than Hare (1960)
Lighter Than Hare
Plot:

Lighter than Hare is an animated science fiction comedy short film which revolves around Yosemite Sam, an invader from outer space, who comes to Earth to capture a living creature. He soon targets Bugs Bunny, and sends his robots after him. But none of the robots are able to successfully complete the task. Angered at this, Sam decides that he shall go after Bugs himself. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Robot ZX29B / Robot Ferret / Bugs Robot / Alien King (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Scent-imental Romeo (1951)
Scent-imental Romeo
Plot:

Hungry Penelope Pussycat, disguising herself as skunk, sneaks in a zoo at the feeding time. Mistaking her as ‘le petite femme skunk,’ Pepe le Pew the Skunk pursues her while she tries to escape. The chase continues into a tunnel of love and across Paris where Pepe scares off people and animals alike. He sings and dances, only to get hit by Penelope. 

Role:
Pepé le Pew / Penelope / Zookeeper / Lion / Popcorn Cart Bird / Pigeon Feeder / Poodle (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Cat-Tails for Two (1953)
Cat-Tails for Two
Plot:

Two cats decide to hunt for mice on a Mexican ship, and they come across Speedy Gonzales, who is reputed as the fastest mouse in all of Mexico. They try to come up with various schemes to catch him, but all of their plans fail.

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / George (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Daffy's Inn Trouble (1961)
Daffy's Inn Trouble
Plot:

Daffy Duck is working for Porky Pig who is running a hotel business on the western frontier. The film starts with Daffy sweeping the floor, and expressing his dissatisfaction with the job. He eventually decides to resign and begin his own hotel business. In order to attract customers to his establishment, he decides to hang signs offering certain free offers. But still it is Porky’s hotel which is receiving all the business. Angered by this, Daffy decides to destroy Porky’s business by force.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Robber (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Hare Splitter (1948)
Hare Splitter
Plot:

Bugs Bunny and his neighbor are both preparing to go on a date with Daisy Lou. They both leave their rabbit holes with flowers for Daisy Lou, but they eventually begin clashing against one another for her affection. Bugs manages to reach her house first, but he receives a note saying that she has gone shopping, and will be back shortly. When he sees Casbah coming, he decides to dress himself as Daisy in order to trick him.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Casbah (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Cats Bah (1954)
The Cats Bah
Plot:

Penelope, an American tourist cat, gets a stripe of white paint down her back as a result of a mishap, which leads to a case of mistaken identity. The infatuated romantic skunk Pepe Le Pew not only pursues Penelope through the Casbah, but also serenades her with his performance of ‘As Time Goes By….’

Role:
Pepe Le Pew / Camel (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Home, Tweet Home (1950)
Home, Tweet Home
Plot:

Home, Tweet Home is an animated short comedy film which shows us Tweety Bird as he is taking a bath and singing in the park. However, Sylvester Cat is sitting not far away, reading a newspaper. He starts peering through a peephole in the newspaper, looking at Tweety, planning to capture him.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Dog (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Pizzicato Pussycat (1955)
Pizzicato Pussycat
Plot:

After Mr and Mrs Jones hear a piano being played in their living room, they assume that it is their cat who is making the music, when it is actually a mouse inside the piano, whom the cat has forced into becoming his stooge. Within a short time, the cat begins to gain media attention and is soon invited to play at Carnegie Hall.

Role:
John Jones / John the Mouse / Cat / Doctors / Concert Audience Members (voice)
Starring:
Marian Richman, Norman Nesbitt
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Half-Fare Hare (1956)
Half-Fare Hare
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is on his way to Chattanooga, but on the train, he meets two hoboes, who haven’t eaten for days. They decide to eat Bugs Bunny, and begin to chase him all across the train.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Train Caller / Detective (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Don't Axe Me (1958)
Don't Axe Me
Plot:

Farmer Elmer Fudd has a number of animals on his farm. One day he accepts his wife's wish and agrees to serve duck to her for dinner. Daffy Duck has been a freeloader on his farm. Elmer chases Daffy with the help of his dog in order to slaughter the black pesty duck.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Barnyard Dog (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Henpecked Duck (1941)
The Henpecked Duck
Plot:

In this animated comedy short film, Mrs Daffy Duck sues her husband Daffy for divorce, as she feels that his actions have led her to lose their egg.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / Junior Duck / Divorce Court Crowd (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Elvia Allman, Sara Berner
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Lickety-Splat (1961)
Lickety-Splat
Plot:

In his attempts to catch the Road Runner, Wile E Coyote releases a number of explosive darts, but unfortunately all his attempts fail.

Role:
Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Abe Levitow
Roadrunner a Go-Go (1965)
Roadrunner a Go-Go
Plot:

This animated comedy short film revolves around Wile E Coyote who uses slow motion photography to record all his attempted failures in catching the Road Runner. He hopes of detecting where exactly he went wrong, and tries to come up with a foolproof plan.   

Role:
Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Boston Quackie (1957)
Boston Quackie
Plot:

In this animated comedy short film, Daffy Duck is shown as Boston Quackie, an American agent who is having a good time in Paris with his girlfriend Mary and their little dog. Things take a turn when Inspector Faraway comes to him with an assignment. He needs to deliver a briefcase with valuable contents to the Slobovian consulate in West Slobovia. He is warned that the contents are quite valuable, and 'every spy in the country' will make attempts to steal it.   

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / The Man in the Green Hat / Slobovian Consulate / Train Salesman / Narrator / Cabbie / Dog Noises (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Plop Goes the Weasel (1953)
Plop Goes the Weasel
Plot:

Barnyard Dawg is guarding the hen house from a supposedly dangerous weasel. Meanwhile, Foghorn, who is on other side of the fence, begins to distract him, and lets a young chick escape from the barnyard. Barnyard Dawg tries to give chase, but Foghorn allows another chick to escape.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dog / Weasel (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Little Beau Pepé (1952)
Little Beau Pepé
Plot:

This animated comedy short film revolves around the amorous skunk Pepe who mistakes a cat for a female skunk and pursues her.

Role:
Pepe Le Pew / Foreign Legion Soldiers (voice)
Starring:
Michael Maltese
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hare-Less Wolf (1958)
Hare-Less Wolf
Plot:

Hare-Less Wolf is an animated short film which shows us an absent-minded wolf, who sets out to catch Bugs Bunny for his dinner, upon being asked by his wife. However, he keeps forgetting the fact that he is after a rabbit.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Charles M. Wolf (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Weasel While You Work (1958)
Weasel While You Work
Plot:

Weasel While You Work is an animated comedy short film in which Foghorn dresses up Barnyard Dawg as a snowman. However, Dawg makes him fall through the ice. In revenge, Foghorn rolls a snowball downhill towards Dawg. However, fortunately Dawg manages to move out of the way.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dog / Willy the Weasel (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Two Scent's Worth (1955)
Two Scent's Worth
Plot:

In order to scare few people out of a bank, a crook disguises a cat as a skunk. However, when the amorous skunk Pepe sees her, she starts to chase her.

Role:
Pepe Le Pew / Robber / Cat / Three Bank Customers (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Jeepers Creepers (1939)
Jeepers Creepers
Plot:

Porky is a police officer who gets a call from his chief to investigate the occurences at a haunted house. The house is indeed actually haunted, and the mischievous ghost likes to play pranks on others. He plays pranks on Porky, one after the other.

Role:
Porky Pig / Singing Ghost / Police Dispatcher (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Pinto Colvig
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Who's Kitten Who? (1952)
Who's Kitten Who?
Plot:

Hippety Hopper is a baby kangaroo who breaks free from a crate at the Zoo Office. Then he hops into the house of Sylvester Cat and Junior where Sylvester is trying to teach his son to catch mice. When they see Hippety, they confuse him to be a huge mouse. Despite multiple attempts, Sylvester fails to catch him.

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. / Delivery Guy (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Tweet Zoo (1957)
Tweet Zoo
Plot:

Sylvester Cat is with a tour group visiting the City Zoo, when he finds Tweety Bird in one of the exhibits. He begins to give chase, and they end up in various places such as a bear’s den and a lion’s cage. Sylvester is eventually frustrated and he decides to strike birds off his list.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / George the Zoo Guide / Rhinosaurus / Bengal Tigers / Zoo Keeper / Cedric / Terry Tiger (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Holiday for Drumsticks (1949)
Holiday for Drumsticks
Plot:

A turkey is being fattened by the patriarch of a family to slaughter for Thanksgiving Day dinner. In order to fatten him, he is providing him with a veritable feast. Daffy Duck is extremely jealous of the turkey and wants to have all the food for himself. Daffy informs the turkey about the hill billies plan to slaughter him for Thanksgiving dinner and urges him to lose weight, inturn gorging on the delicacies being served to the turkey. On the D-day the turkey becomes toothpick-thin whereas Daffy becomes overweight. The patriach changes his plan and now eyes Daffy as their meal!

Role:
Daffy Duck / Tom Turkey / Maw / Paw (voice)
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Pop 'im Pop! (1950)
Pop 'im Pop!
Plot:

Sylvester Cat is bragging to his son about how he took on a mouse who was his own size. However, Hippety the kangaroo shows up behind him, which causes Sylvester to panic, thinking him to be an actual giant mouse. Junior asks him to fight Hippety, saying that it would otherwise disillusion his faith in his father. Therefore, Hippety and Sylvester begins to fight. Hippety initially wins but Sylvester then begins to chase him with an axe.  

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. / Carny Barker / Stage Manager / Puppy (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Quack Shot (1954)
Quack Shot
Plot:

Quack Shot is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Elmer Fudd who is hunting for ducks at a lake. Daffy Duck pops out of the water and threatens Elmer that if he shoots any more ducks, he would be in serious trouble. However, instead of being threatened, Elmer decides to shoot Daffy Duck at point blank range, which removes Daffy’s scalp. Daffy therefore decides to declare war.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Large Fish (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Fast Buck Duck (1963)
Fast Buck Duck
Plot:

Daffy Duck is in the middle of a junkyard when he reads about a millionaire who is seeking a loyal as well as entertaining boon companion. He decides to apply for the job, but upon reaching the millionaire’s estate, he finds that it is guarded by a bulldog. He will not allow Daffy access to the manor house, and Daffy realizes that he will need to use his wits.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Dog / Cat / Millionaire (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson, Ted Bonnicksen
Pests for Guests (1955)
Pests for Guests
Role:
Mac, Furniture Salesman (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Bone for a Bone (1951)
A Bone for a Bone
Plot:

A Bone for a Bone is an animated comedy short film which shows us the Gophers playing a gin game in their hole in the ground outside a house. However, things get complicated when a dog arrives, wanting to bury his bone there.

Role:
Mac / Dog (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Now, Hare This (1958)
Now, Hare This
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is trying to escape from the Big Bad Wolf, who is trying to catch him with his nephew. When the elder wolf is unsuccessful in catching Bugs through traditional means, he receives inspiration from his nephew, who gives him ideas from nursery rhymes.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Big Bad Wolf / Nephew (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Porky's Badtime Story (1937)
Porky's Badtime Story
Plot:

Porky and Gabby oversleeps and are late for office, and their boss warns them that if they are late again, they are going to be fired. Therefore, that night, Porky reminds Gabby about their boss’s threat, and therefore he sets the alarm on time. They go to bed early, but unfortunately they face one disturbance after the other.

Role:
Porky Pig / Gabby Goat / Boss (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Two Gophers from Texas (1948)
Two Gophers from Texas
Plot:

A theatrical dog decides to answer the call of the wild, and go hunting for his food. The first animals whom he notices are two polite twin gophers, and he attempts to kill them using various schemes. However, they manage to ruin all of these schemes.

Role:
Mac / Dog (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
The Bee-Deviled Bruin (1949)
The Bee-Deviled Bruin
Plot:

Three bears sit down to eat their breakfast and realise that they have run out of honey. Pa bear gets annoyed and in a fit of rage marches outside the house with the empty jar to get more honey. Though Mama tries to tell him something, he just asks her to 'Shaaddup!!.' Soon Pa lands himself in a soup and literally risks his life while he tries to raid a nearby beehive. He sure should have listened to Mama, but is it too late?

Role:
Vocal effects (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Billy Bletcher, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Lonesome Stranger (1940)
The Lonesome Stranger
Plot:

The Killer Diller Boys, a group of nasty bandits, comes to town and kills the sheriff. The Lonesome Stranger receives a telegram delivered by an Indian from Western Onion, after which he goes to the town in order to deal with the thugs.

Role:
Lone Stranger / Killer Diller Boy Leader / Sheriff / Indian Telegramer (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Hugh Harman
Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales (1982)
Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales
G
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Yosemite Sam / Sylvester / Sylvester, Jr. / Speedy Gonzales / Tweety / Genie / Hassan / Big Bad Wolf / Beanstalk Giant / Elvis Gorilla / Stork (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, June Foray, Tom Holland, Shepard Menken
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Robert McKimson
Bugs Bunny in Space (1977)
Bugs Bunny in Space
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Marvin the Martian / Daffy Duck / Porky Pig (voice)
Yogi's Gang (1973)
Yogi's Gang
Starring:
Tom Bosley, Daws Butler, Henry Corden, Julie Bennett, Don Messick
Fred Flintstone and Friends (1977)
Fred Flintstone and Friends
Role:
Barney Rubble / ... (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Danny Bonaduce, Daws Butler, Joe Besser, Henry Corden
The Woody Woodpecker Show (1957)
The Woody Woodpecker Show
TV-G
Starring:
Homer Brightman, June Foray, Paul Frees, Daws Butler
Galaxy Goof-Ups (1978)
Galaxy Goof-Ups
TV-Y7
Role:
Quack-Up (unknown episodes)
Starring:
John Stephenson, Daws Butler, Joe Besser
The Bugs Bunny Mother's Day Special (1979)
The Bugs Bunny Mother's Day Special
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Stork / Foghorn Leghorn / Sylvester (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng, Arthur Davis, James Davis
Yankee Doodle Daffy (1943)
Yankee Doodle Daffy
Plot:

Daffy is an agent who is representing Sleepy Lagoon, and trying to sell him to Porky, a talent scout. Daffy spends a significant amount of time and energy explaining as well as demonstrating what the kid can do.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Sleepy Lagoon - Coughing (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Big Top Bunny (1951)
Big Top Bunny
Plot:

An animated short about a bunny and a bear who try to outdo each other at a circus.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Bruno the Bear / Colonel Korny (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Wearing of the Grin (1951)
The Wearing of the Grin
Plot:

While traveling to Dublin in a stormy and rainy night,Porky Pig asks for lodging in a nearby Irish castle. Although the caretaker informs him that no one other than himself and the leprechauns live in the castle he does not listen and slams the front door causing a mace to fall on his head, rendering him unconscious. 

Role:
Porky Pig / O'Mike (voice)
Starring:
John T. Smith
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Have You Got Any Castles? (1938)
Have You Got Any Castles?
Plot:

Characters from popular works of literary fiction come to life in a library.

Role:
Town Crier / Praying Baby / Rip Van Winkle / Emily Host / Alladin (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Delos Jewkes, Blackbirds The Four, Tedd Pierce, Georgia Stark
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin, Friz Freleng
All a Bir-r-r-d (1950)
All a Bir-r-r-d
Plot:

The title of this cartoon is taken from train-conductor’s call, ‘All Aboard!’ Tweety is being sent by train, wherein Sylvester is a co-traveler. Every time Sylvester tries to capture Tweety, the train-conductor reprimands him or Tweety pulls the emergency cord sending Sylvester flying in locomotive furnace. A bulldog riding the same car wastes no time in chasing Sylvester, inadvertently keeping Tweety safe.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Conductor / Dog (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Tweet Tweet Tweety (1951)
Tweet Tweet Tweety
Plot:

Tweet Tweet Tweety is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Sylvester Cat, as he goes out bird hunting at Yellowstone National Park. He discovers an egg in a nest, and waits for it to hatch. Once Tweety bird hatches, he pokes Sylvester with a  pin and runs, while Sylvester gives chase. Tweety hides in the hole of a tree, but Sylvester uses an air pump  to force him out.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Ranger (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Gruesome Twosome (1945)
A Gruesome Twosome
Plot:

A Gruesome Twosome is an animated comedy film, which tells the story of two cats who fight violently for the affection of a beautiful female cat. She, however, is willing to settle for the one who is able to bring her a bird. 

Role:
Tweety / Durante Cat / Dumb Cat (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sara Berner
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Duck Pimples (1945)
Duck Pimples
Plot:

After being enhanced by scary stories on the radio and books, Donald Duck’s imagination moves into a seemingly real crime world.

Role:
Salesman, / J. Harold King / Dopey Davis (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Clarence Nash, Bill Thompson, Mary Lenahan
Directed By:
Jack Kinney
A Day at the Zoo (1939)
A Day at the Zoo
Plot:

Various visitors explore the local zoo while a hunter continues to tease a lion inside a cage until the lion can take it no more.

Role:
Egghead / Elk Named Bill / Monkey / Parrot / Stool Pigeon / Mother Ostrich / Joe Jumbo / Wildcat (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tex Avery, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Goliath II (1960)
Goliath II
Plot:

Goliath I, the biggest elephant of the jungle, is unhappy with Goliath II, his 8-year-old miniature son. But Goliath’s loving mother protects him, especially from Raja, the tiger. Once Goliath runs away, lands in trouble, and receives spanking after being rescued by mother. When the herd encounters a mouse, all elephants panic, but Goliath bravely defeats the mouse, earning his father’s respect. 

Role:
Raja the Tiger (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Barbara Jo Allen, Paul Frees, Verna Felton
Directed By:
Wolfgang Reitherman
Bill of Hare (1962)
Bill of Hare
Plot:

The Tasmanian Devil aka Taz, breaks free from a cargo ship, and comes on shore. He can smell food being cooked. He sees that Bugs Bunny is under the pier trying to cook a meal in his kettle. Taz throws Bugs into his pot, but Bugs tricks Taz into switching places. Then Bugs puts the pot inside a cannon and fires it into the ocean. However, Taz is not willing to give up.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Tasmanian Devil / Captain / Shark (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Goldimouse and the Three Cats (1960)
Goldimouse and the Three Cats
Plot:

Three cats, Sylvester, Mrs. Sylvester and Sylvester Junior live in a cottage. When they find their porridge too hot, they decide to go for a walk in the woods, and give their porridge some time to cool down. When they are away, a mouse named Goldimouse enter and eat up all the porridge. Afterwards, he decides to take a nap on Junior Sylvester’s bed.   

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Porky & Daffy (1938)
Porky & Daffy
Plot:

Porky and Daffy is an animated short comedy film which shows us Daffy Duck and Porky Pig living in the same house. But Porky is angry at Daffy as the latter is a lazy sloth. When Porky finds an ad inviting someone to take on a boxing rooster named The Champ, Porky volunteers Daffy to fight him.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / The Champ / Pelican Referee (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Sandy Claws (1954)
Sandy Claws
Plot:

Sandy Claws is an animated short comedy film, which tells the story of Tweety Bird and Sylvester Cat. When Granny takes Tweety Bird to the beach, he is spotted by Sylvester Cat, who makes an attempt to catch Tweety. However, due to the tidal waves, his mission becomes difficult.      

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Little Red Rodent Hood (1952)
Little Red Rodent Hood
Plot:

An elderly mouse narrates the story of Little Red Riding Hood to her grandson, who starts thinking of the story in cat-and-mouse terms. He thinks of himself as Red and Sylvester as the Big Bad Wolf.

Role:
Sylvester / Little Red Rodent Hood / Mouse / Cat / Kitten (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Life with Feathers (1945)
Life with Feathers
Plot:

After being left by his wife, a lovebird decides to commit suicide. The bird goes to Sylvester Cat and asks him to eat him. However, Sylvester suspects that something might be wrong. The lovebird changes his mind when he receives a telegram telling him that his wife has decided to move out of their house.  

Role:
Sylvester / Lovebird / Telegram Guy (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Danny Webb, Dave Barry
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Unexpected Pest (1956)
The Unexpected Pest
Plot:

Sylvester Cat is pressured to catch mice by his master or be thrown out of the house. He therefore finds an outdoor mouse, who agrees to play the part.

Role:
Sylvester / John / Mouse (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Shishkabugs (1962)
Shishkabugs
Plot:

Yosemite Sam is working for a spoiled monarch who asks him to make a dish, for which a rabbit is required as the basic ingredient. When Bugs Bunny arrives at their door, asking to borrow some carrots, Sam decides to use Bugs for the dish.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / King (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Iceman Ducketh (1964)
The Iceman Ducketh
Plot:

Daffy Duck hears that good money is being paid at the Klondike trading post for furs. Just as winter sets in, he sets out on a hunting expedition hoping to collect fur, but Bugs Bunny decides to trick him by making a snow rabbit.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Frenchman / Indian / Clerk (voice)
Directed By:
Maurice Noble, Phil Monroe
Wagon Heels (1945)
Wagon Heels
Plot:

Porky Pig is leading a wagon train to California, but he also needs to keep an eye out for ‘Super Chief’ Injun Joe, a Herculean Native American.

Role:
Porky Pig / Injun Joe / Sloppy Moe / Trail Boss (voice)
Starring:
Robert Clampett, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
A Ham in a Role (1949)
A Ham in a Role
Plot:

After being tired of appearing in cartoons, a dog decides to go home and study the works of William Shakespeare and take up dramatic acting. However, he finds out that two twin gophers have taken over his abode. He throws them out but they decide to retaliate.

Role:
Mac / Dog / Director (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Trial of Mr. Wolf (1941)
The Trial of Mr. Wolf
Plot:

The Trial of Mr Wolf is an animation short comedy film in which The Big Bad Wolf is brought to trial before a jury of wolves, for harassing Little Red Riding Hood. In order to defend himself, he comes up with a fake story, where he portrays Little Red Riding Hood and Grandma to be scheming against him.

Role:
Mr. Wolf / Owl Judge / Dog Defense Attorney / Birdie (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Wise Quacks (1939)
Wise Quacks
Plot:

Mrs. Daffy surprises Daffy Duck by telling him that she has several eggs that are waiting to be hatched. After some time, the eggs begin to hatch, and they are visited by Porky Pig, who has come to congratulate his old friend. But, they are unaware of the fact that an eagle is targeting them and is trying to make off with one of the babies.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Eagle / Baby Duckling / Dog (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Robert Clampett
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Birdy and the Beast (1944)
Birdy and the Beast
Plot:

Tweety Bird is sitting on a nest, unaware that a cat is watching him, looking for an opportunity to ambush. When Tweety flies off, the cat tries to chase after him, but he falls on the ground due to his inability to fly. The cat continues to pursue Tweety, and the latter decides to fool him by hiding in the bulldog’s dish.

Role:
Tweety / Putty Tat (voice)
Starring:
Robert Clampett
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Eatin' on the Cuff or The Moth Who Came to Dinner (1942)
Eatin' on the Cuff or The Moth Who Came to Dinner
Plot:

A piano player narrates the story of a Moth and a Bee, who are in love. The Moth is making his way to their marriage, but things get ugly when he falls into the clutches of Black Widow, an amorous black spider, on the way. She seduces him using a cigarette lighter. Thinking that she has been ditched, his bride-to-be begins to cry, but later she suspects that something might be wrong.

Role:
Piano-Playing Narrator / Moth / Rochester (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Leo White, Elvia Allman, Sara Berner
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Paying the Piper (1949)
Paying the Piper
Plot:

Pied Piper Porky Pig vows to help the town of Hamelin get rid of all of its rats. However, this causes him to develop an enmity with the cats, as they think he has ‘stolen’ their jobs of catching rats. In order to discredit him, one of them disguises himself as a large rat. He tries to make it seem that Porky didn’t fulfill his promise in front of the town Mayor.  

Role:
Porky Pig / Supreme Cat / Various Cats / Mayor (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Fox-Terror (1957)
Fox-Terror
Plot:

Foghorn is going fishing, but a fox suggests him to get a hunting dog and go hunting instead. When he takes away the dog, this gives the fox an opportunity to come after the chickens. However, one of them manages to trigger the alarm and the dog comes running back. The fox therefore comes up with another plan, and pretends to be a quiz show host.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dog / Fox / Small Rooster (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Prehistoric Porky (1940)
Prehistoric Porky
Plot:

Prehistoric Porky is an animated short comedy film which takes us to the prehistoric age. The film shows us Porky Pig, who reads about bearskins in a magazine. He makes up his mind to kill a bear in order to obtain bearskin, and heads off into the forest.   

Role:
Porky Pig / Prehistoric Black Panther / Rover / Vulture / Tyrannosaurus Rex / Singing Bird (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Thurl Ravenscroft, Sara Berner, Quartet The Sportsmen, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Daffy's Southern Exposure (1942)
Daffy's Southern Exposure
Plot:

Daffy Duck is starving during the middle of winter. He is invited by a fox and a weasel into their cabin, where they feed him beans. However, they have an ulterior motive. They are actually sick of eating beans, and would now like to eat a duck. 

Role:
Daffy Duck / Wolf (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, June Foray
Directed By:
Norm McCabe
Backwoods Bunny (1959)
Backwoods Bunny
Plot:

Backwood’s Bunny is an animated comedy short film in which Bugs Bunny is showing arriving at the Ozarks. He is spotted by a bumpkin buzzard and his son Elvis. Elvis attempts to lure bugs using a carrot, but Bugs turns out to be too clever for them.

Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Fresh Airedale (1945)
Fresh Airedale
Plot:

In his master’s eyes, Shep is the perfect dog, but he is easily bought off by a burglar with a bone, and then takes credit for it after the cat chases away the crook. He soon goes looking for a canine hero who is named as the nation’s ‘Number 1 Dog’ on the newspaper.

Role:
Cat / Prowler / Nightmare Voices / Shep (voice)
Starring:
Frank Graham
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hop, Look and Listen (1948)
Hop, Look and Listen
Plot:

In this animated comedy short film, a baby kangaroo is shown hoping out of his zoo cage and he begins roaming the surrounding city by himself. Meanwhile, Sylvester Cat is trying to hunt for mice using a fishing rod. However, he ends up catching the kangaroo instead, but thinks of it as a giant mouse.

Role:
Sylvester / Bulldog / Hyena / Mother Kangaroo / Hippity Hopper the Kangaroo (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Wild Wife (1954)
Wild Wife
Plot:

An arrogant husband believes that the life of a housewife is quite easy. However, after his wife describes to him about her activities throughout the day, he starts learning otherwise.

Role:
John / Son / Mailman / Bank Teller / Red Cross Nurse / Casper J. Fragile / Soda Jerk / Pedestrian / Officer (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Bear Feat (1949)
Bear Feat
Plot:

This animated comedy short film revolves around a Bear Family, including Papa Bear, Mama Bear, and Junyer Bear. When Papa Bear finds an ad, that shows requirements for vaudeville performers, he decides to take part in it, with his family, although Mama Bear is hesitant about it. They soon begin their training, but things don’t go as they expected.

Role:
Pa Bear Shout (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Billy Bletcher, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Turn-Tale Wolf (1952)
The Turn-Tale Wolf
Plot:

The Big Bad Wolf’s nephew learns at school that his uncle was a fiend who blew up the house of the Three Little Pigs. Ashamed of his uncle, he decides to confront him. However, his uncle tells him a complete different story, about how he was an innocent and nature-loving kid, and that it was the three little pigs actually, who had tormented.him. 

Role:
Big Bad Wolf / Wolf's Nephew / Three Little Pigs / Caterpiller (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Unmentionables (1963)
The Unmentionables
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is assigned by his chief to infiltrate the gangster underworld in Chicago. However, things get ugly as two of the gangsters Rocky and Mugsy discover his identity. Bugs is thrown into Lake Michigan at night, but luckily he manages to hop out. The next day, the gangsters unite to celebrate Rocky’s birthday, as well as Bugs Bunny's demise, but Bugs is out to take revenge. 

Role:
Elegant Mess - Bugs Bunny / Rocky / Mugsy / Snitch / Agency Director (voice)
Starring:
Julie Bennett, Ralph James
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Odor of the Day (1948)
Odor of the Day
Plot:

A dog is seeking shelter on a cold winter day. He first approaches a dog house, and then a hawk’s nest and finally a turtle shell, but he is rejected every time. He eventually finds shelter at the home of Pepe Le Pew, who is currently out. However, he returns, the dog tries to get rid of the skunk from his own home, due to his odor.

Role:
Skunk / Dog / Bulldog (voice)
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Birds of a Father (1961)
Birds of a Father
Plot:

When Sylvester’s son brings home a bird named Spike, Sylvester is not pleased at all. In order to teach his son about feline instinct, he decides to take his son bird hunting.    

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Bell Hoppy (1954)
Bell Hoppy
Role:
Sylvester / Loyal Order Cat Leader / Cats / Zookeeper / Delivery Man (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Tugboat Granny (1956)
Tugboat Granny
Plot:

Tugboat Granny is an animated short comedy film in which Granny and Tweety are shown to be piloting a rented tugboat in a harbor, and happily singing songs. Soon, Sylvester appears, planning to catch and eat Tweety.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Of Rice and Hen (1953)
Of Rice and Hen
Plot:

Of Rice and Hen is an animated comedy short film which tells the story of Miss Prissy, a slow-witted hen, who is on a mission to find a husband. Unable to find one, she tries to commit suicide, but Foghorn saves her life. She starts seeing Foghorn as a potential husband, but Foghorn seems uninterested.   

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dog / Rooster Minister (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Of Fox and Hounds (1940)
Of Fox and Hounds
Plot:

An adorable but dim-witted hound, Willoughby is friends with a sly fox, George. Willoughby keeps asking George about where the fox went. He never reckons that George is the fox. George tricks Willoughby by telling him that the fox is on the other side of the fence, which is the edge of a steep cliff!

Role:
Fox / Bear (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tex Avery
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Little Orphan Airedale (1947)
Little Orphan Airedale
Plot:

Little Orphan Airedale is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Rags McMutt, a dog, who manages to escape from the dog pound. He accidentally meets his old friend Charlie in a car which he had used for hiding. Charlie tells Rags about his troubles in finding a new master.  

Role:
Porky Pig / Charlie Dog / Rags McMutt / City Geek (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
His Bitter Half (1950)
His Bitter Half
Plot:

His Better Half is an animated short comedy film in which Daffy learns that a refined, lady duck with an income is looking for a suitable groom for marriage. Hoping for a life of luxury, Daffy decides to meet her and agree to the marriage. However, things get complicated when he finds out that her personality is as domineering as her size, and she orders Daffy to do all the housework.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Wentworth Duck (voice)
Starring:
Martha Wentworth
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Aqua Duck (1963)
Aqua Duck
Plot:

While wandering across a desert, Daffy begins to suffer from hyperthermia and dehydration. Although unable to find water, he manages to find a gold nugget. He meets a rat who is willing to give him water in exchange of the gold, but Daffy refuses. But the heat and thirst begins to take a toll on his sanity.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Pack Rat (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Cheese It, the Cat! (1957)
Cheese It, the Cat!
Plot:

After arriving home from work, Ralph prepares a surprise birthday party for Alice, his wife. However, things get problematic as a cat in the kitchen causes trouble for him.  

Role:
Cat (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Cats A-Weigh! (1953)
Cats A-Weigh!
Plot:

Sylvester brings his son to the wharf, in order to scavenge for fish heads. However, Junior is quite upset with this. They soon see a ship advertising for a mouser. Upon seeing this, Junior urges Sylvester to apply. Due to his son’s pressure, Sylvester eventually decides to apply for the job.

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. / Roaring Mouse (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
A Horse Fly Fleas (1947)
A Horse Fly Fleas
Plot:

After befriending a horsefly, a flea rides with him together into the hair of a dog. Together, they build a cabin by chopping down strands of hair of the dog. However, they are unaware that the dog’s coat is considered sacred territory by a group of Red Indian fleas.  

Role:
A. Flea / Horsefly / Dog / Indian Cries / Engine Noise (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Horse Hare (1960)
Horse Hare
Plot:

Sergeant Bugs Bunny, who is working at the United States Cavalry, is ordered to guard Fort Lariat, when the cavalry is on a special mission. Bugs carries on his patrol duty, when an army of Native Indians led by Renegade Sam, attacks, attempting to take over. Bugs tries to beat all the Native Indians on his own.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Commander / Geronimo / Indian Chief / Mule (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Mouse-Placed Kitten (1959)
Mouse-Placed Kitten
Plot:

A kitten in a sack is dropped out of a car. It rolls down a hill and arrives at the door of Clyde and Matilda Mouse. Matilda thinks that the kitten is sent from heaven, and decides to keep him. After several days, Clyde tries to convince Matilda that the kitten should be left with human beings.

Role:
Clyde / Junior (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Mouse on 57th Street (1961)
The Mouse on 57th Street
Plot:

The Mouse on 57th Street is an animated comedy short film which tells the story of a mouse in a yellow hat who mistakes a rum cake to be a huge lump of cheese. He takes a bite, but he gets drunk, and soon finds himself in a severe hangover. Meanwhile, the sound of construction at a nearby site gives him pain, and he starts looking for ice to apply on his head.                                           

Role:
Mouse / Cops / Spiffany's Man / Muldoon (voice)
Starring:
Julie Bennett
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Circus Today (1940)
Circus Today
Plot:

This animated comedy short film shows us a man who is trying to draw customers to the circus. He points out some amazing acts as well as sights to see, and guides the audience through several amazing sights such as a troupe of trapeze artists, a lion who puts his head in the tamer’s mouth, etc.

Role:
Balloon Vendor / Firewalker / Monkey / Stork / Gorilla / Elephant / Conductor (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tex Avery, Eddie Marr
Directed By:
Tex Avery
To Itch His Own (1958)
To Itch His Own
Plot:

Mighty Angelo the Flea takes a vacation on a dog’s body. Eventually, the muscular insect is forced to become the dog’s protector when Butcher the Bulldog tries to bully him.  

Role:
Butcher / Dogcatcher / TV Actor / Bulldog (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hiss and Make Up (1943)
Hiss and Make Up
Plot:

An old woman owns a cat, a dog and a canary. The cat and the dog are constantly fighting one another, which is why she threatens to throw them both out, if there is any more trouble. However, hilariously, this only worsens the rivalry between the dog and the cat.  

Role:
Roscoe / Cat (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Unnatural History (1959)
Unnatural History
Plot:

Clips of several animals are played in this animated short comedy film, showing their quirky behavior, with narration from Professor Beest Lee. The clips include that of an ant rolling a round object from one anthill to the other, an orangutan who sees a banana hanging from the ceiling, a mouse who manages to scare away an elephant, but soon gets scared itself, by a tiny elephant.

Role:
Rover / Man with Talking Dog / Talking Dog / John / Martian / Cal the Chameleon / Porcupines (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Ed Prentiss
Directed By:
Abe Levitow
The Phantom Tollbooth (1970)
The Phantom Tollbooth
G
Role:
Officer Short Shrift / Dodecahedron / Demon of Insincerity (voice)
Starring:
Chuck Jones, Candy Candido, June Foray, Hans Conried
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Dave Monahan, Abe Levitow
Daffy Duck's Movie: Fantastic Island (1983)
Daffy Duck's Movie: Fantastic Island
G
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Tweety / Sylvester / Yosemite Sam / Speedy Gonzales / Taz / Foghorn Leghorn (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Les Tremayne
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Robert McKimson
The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone (1979)
The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone
Role:
Barney Rubble / Dino (voice)
Starring:
Ted Cassidy, Henry Corden, Don Messick, Casey Kasem
Directed By:
Ray Patterson
Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This? (1966)
Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This?
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Sammy Davis Jr., Howard Morris, Bill Dana, Janet Waldo
Directed By:
Alex Lovy
The Secret Squirrel Show (1965)
The Secret Squirrel Show
TV-G
Role:
Secret Squirrel (1 episode, 1965)
Starring:
Paul Frees, Daws Butler, Dick Beals, Henry Corden
Speed Buggy (1973)
Speed Buggy
TV-G
Role:
Speed Buggy (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Arlene Golonka, Michael Bell, Alan Oppenheimer, Phil Luther Jr.
The Jetsons (1962)
The Jetsons
TV-Y7
Role:
Cosmo S. Spacely / ... (55 episodes, 1962-1987)
Starring:
Phil Hartman, Dave Coulier, Bea Benaderet, Penny Singleton, Janet Waldo
The New Fred and Barney Show (1979)
The New Fred and Barney Show
TV-G
Role:
Barney Rubble (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Janet Waldo, Barney Phillips, Don Messick, Jim MacGeorge
Sinbad Jr. (1965)
Sinbad Jr.
Role:
Salty (uncredited) (81 episodes, 1965-1966)
Starring:
Allan Melvin, Dal McKennon, Tim Matheson
Halloween Is Grinch Night (1977)
Halloween Is Grinch Night
Starring:
Thurl Ravenscroft, Stan Freberg, Paul Frees, Hans Conried
Directed By:
Gerard Baldwin
Quest for Camelot Sing-Alongs (1998)
Quest for Camelot Sing-Alongs
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck (archiveFootage)
Starring:
Billy West, Joe Alaskey, Bob Bergen, Peter Fitzgerald
Directed By:
Peter Fitzgerald
Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur (1939)
Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur
Plot:

Set in the Stone Age, this Merrie Melodies cartoon follows caveman Casper and his pet Apatosaurus Fido as they step out to hunt for food. After spotting Daffy, Casper first shoots with his slingshot, then tries to capture the duck; but Daffy uses myriad tricks to toss Casper’s attempts back at him. The chase ends in an explosion of a big balloon. 

Role:
Daffy Duck (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Jack Lescoulie
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Spies (1943)
Spies
Plot:

Spies is an American animated short comedy film which tells the story of a loose-lipped American soldier who divulges bits of information to his mother and then to a beautiful undercover Nazi spy. The information eventually reaches Hitler’s desk. 

Role:
Private Snafu / Adolf Hitler / Pigeon / Spies (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Thugs with Dirty Mugs (1939)
Thugs with Dirty Mugs
Plot:

Along with his gang, Killer is robbing every bank in his town in numerical order, except for the 13th National Bank. Despite their predictability, the police doesn’t seem to be competent enough to arrest them.

Role:
Tattle-Tale Bank Clerk / Annoyed Mobster / Secret Agents / Man in Audience (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tex Avery, John Deering
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Mexicali Shmoes (1959)
Mexicali Shmoes
Plot:

A pair of Mexican cats, Jose and Manuel, decide to chase Speedy Gonzales, who is known for being the fastest mouse in the entire Mexico. They try various schemes to catch him, but fail. Therefore, they decide to catch Slowpoke Rodriguez instead, who is known to be the slowest mouse in Mexico. However, it turns out that Slowpoke is armed with a gun.

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Jose (voice)
Starring:
Tom Holland, Dal McKennon
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Elmer's Pet Rabbit (1941)
Elmer's Pet Rabbit
Plot:

Elmer’s Pet Rabbit is an animated comedy film, which tells the story of Elmer who decides to buy rabbit Bugs Bunny from a pet store. Bugs Bunny however, eventually turns Elmer’s life into a living nightmare. 

Role:
Bugs Bunny (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
An Egg Scramble (1950)
An Egg Scramble
Plot:

Miss Prissy, a slow-witted hen, in Porky Pig’s farm, is unable to lay eggs.  Therefore, one of her fellow hens come up with an idea.  

Role:
Porky Pig / Miss Prissy / Pretty Boy Bagel / Desk Sergeant / Cops (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
False Hare (1964)
False Hare
Plot:

The Big Bad Wolf invites Bugs Bunny to join a club. However, later on,  Bugs is tricked by the wolf into signing an insurance form. Then Bugs is told that he will have to pass a series of ‘tests’ to be accepted into the club.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Big Bad Wolf / Nephew / Foghorn Leghorn (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Devil's Feud Cake (1963)
Devil's Feud Cake
Plot:

Yosemite Sam robs the Last National Bank in town, and although the bank manager raises the alarm, Sam manages to escape in his car. He drives to the airport with the plan to hijack a plane so that he can go to another country. At the airport, Bugs Bunny is pretending to be a World War II pilot just as Sam comes in and orders him to fly away, at gunpoint. Before Bugs can protest, Sam threatens to blow his head off. This forces Bugs to find the starter, and the plane takes off.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / The Devil (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Porky the Fireman (1938)
Porky the Fireman
Plot:

Porky is a fireman who is trying to save a theatrical boarding house from burning down, along with his colleagues. However, they begin to face one problem after another.

Role:
Porky Pig / Slow Dog (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Nelly's Folly (1961)
Nelly's Folly
TV-G
Plot:

This short animated drama film tells the story of a giraffe named Nelly, who is good at singing. She decides to pursue a singing career, but soon finds that it doesn’t give her any happiness.

Role:
Married Giraffe / Little Bird / Tortoise (voice)
Starring:
Gloria Wood, Ed Prentiss
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Abe Levitow, Maurice Noble
Person to Bunny (1960)
Person to Bunny
Plot:

Bugs Bunny is invited on the TV show People to People with Cedric R. Burrows. While Bug is being interviewed, Daffy Duck and Elmer show up. Daffy plans to get in on the action, however, Bug is not willing to tolerate any interference.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan, Daws Butler
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Who Scent You? (1960)
Who Scent You?
Plot:

Who Scent You? is an animated short comedy film which revolves around Pepé le Pew, the amorous skunk, as he chases a female cat around a ship, after mistaking her for a female skunk.  

Role:
Pepé le Pew / Penelope / Le Capitaine / First Mate / Crewmates (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hamateur Night (1939)
Hamateur Night
Plot:

Hamatuer Night is an animated comedy short film which revolves around the events at a local theatre, on a particular night. However, the events keep getting interrupted because of Elmer Fudd who keeps singing the song ‘She’ll Be Comin’’Round the Mountain’.

Role:
Various Contestants (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Elvia Allman, Sara Berner, Tex Avery, Phil Kramer
Directed By:
Tex Avery
A Scent of the Matterhorn (1961)
A Scent of the Matterhorn
Plot:

Penelope Pussycat receives a skunk-like white stripe on back when an out-of-control street-painting wagon sprays white paint on her and few other animals. Mistaking her for a female skunk, the zealous French skunk Pepe Le Pew tries his romantic talk on her. As soon as she gets the skunk smell, pushing him aside she runs away, pursued by Pepe up a mountain.

Role:
Pepé le Pew / Penelope / Cow / Chickens / Pig / Dog / Frog (voice) (as M. Mel Blanc)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Suppressed Duck (1965)
Suppressed Duck
Plot:

Daffy Duck is quite excited for the hunting season. However, when it is announced by the forest ranger that there is a boundary line for all hunters and bears, Daffy feels that he will need to resort to trickery in order to catch his game.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Ranger / Bear (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Martian Through Georgia (1962)
Martian Through Georgia
Plot:

This science fiction short film takes us to another planet where an inhabitant decides that travel will broaden his mind, and will also kill his boredom. Therefore, he decides to fly to Earth, but he only causes a panic and is declared a monster due to having a strange look.

Role:
Warden / Businessman / Old Man / Little Boy / Taunting Voice / Scared Citizens (voice)
Starring:
Ed Prentiss
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Abe Levitow, Maurice Noble
Gopher Broke (1958)
Gopher Broke
Plot:

The Goofy Gophers are getting ready to harvest the vegetables on the farm, but problem is that Barnyard Dawg is standing guard. Therefore, the gophers try to come up with psychological tactics to drive the dog insane and remove him as a threat.

Role:
Mac / Dog / Psychiatrist / Barnyard Dog (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Kiddin' the Kitten (1952)
Kiddin' the Kitten
Plot:

Dodsworth is a fat and lazy cat who is ordered by his owner to catch mice that have invaded the home and is causing a lot of problems. However, Dodsworth is too lazy to put effort, and so he tries to make a kitten do the job for him, pretending that he is a teacher who is giving the kitten a valuable lesson and experience.

Role:
Dodsworth Meowing / Kitten / Mice (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sheldon Leonard
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Lion's Busy (1950)
The Lion's Busy
Role:
Beaky Buzzard / Lion / Vocal Effects (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Muscle Tussle (1953)
Muscle Tussle
Plot:

Daffy Duck and his girlfried Melissa are having a gala time at the beach when giant muscle-bound duck reaches the beach and tries to impress Melissa. Daffy is perplexed and doesn't want his relationship to end this way, he challenges the giant muscle-bound duck to a series of contests. 

Role:
Daffy Duck / Hunky Duck / Atomcol Salesman (voice)
Starring:
Gladys Holland
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Knock Knock (1940)
Knock Knock
Plot:

Papa Panda and Andy Panda are continuously pestered by  Woody Woodpecker who is constantly pecking at their house roof. Andy tries putting salt at the woodpecker's tail in the attempt to capture the bird. Will Andy succeed?

Role:
Papa Panda / Woody Woodpecker / The Two Sanitarium Woodpeckers (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Bernice Hansen
Directed By:
Alex Lovy, Walter Lantz
Tweet and Lovely (1959)
Tweet and Lovely
Plot:

Sylvester is living in an apartment building next to Tweety’s yard. He soon hears Tweety singing. He looks through the window using his telescope, but Tweety shuts the door, upon spotting him. However, Sylvester tries to come up with a plan to get to Tweety and get hold of him.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Swallow the Leader (1949)
Swallow the Leader
Plot:

Migrating swallows are making their return to San Juan Capistrano for the spring, but they are unaware that a hungry cat is waiting for them, armed with a radar scope and disguised fully as a bird’s nest.

Role:
Cat / Birds (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Tree Cornered Tweety (1956)
Tree Cornered Tweety
Role:
Tweety / Fisherman (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Cat's Paw (1959)
Cat's Paw
Plot:

Sylvester Cat takes his son Junior high up a mountain for bird stalking. Although Sylvester suggests that they stalk small birds, Junior suggests that they climb higher and higher. They soon spot a bird which they identify as a dangerous dwarf eagle. Sylvester tries to reach the nest, but the bird thrashes him again and again.

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Mouse Menace (1946)
Mouse Menace
Plot:

Porky Pig’s house is invaded by a mouse. Porky makes various attempts to get rid of the mouse, but all are in vain. Eventually, he decides to get a cat hoping to get rid of the mouse. When the cat fails miserably, Porky decides to get a mountain lion in order to catch the mouse. However, the lion fails as well. Porky therefore hires a gangster cat to get the job done.

Role:
Porky Pig / Wise Guy Mouse / Robot Cat / Lion / Cat (voice)
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
The Slap-Hoppy Mouse (1956)
The Slap-Hoppy Mouse
Plot:

Sylvester Cat hears local gossip among the cats that he is no longer the great mouse catcher that he had once used to be. In order to prove them wrong, Sylvester sets out mouse-catching along with his son.

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Fish and Slips (1962)
Fish and Slips
Plot:

Fish and Slips is an animated comedy short film in which Sylvester and his son is shown watching a newsclip of Treg Brown on a fishing trip. Sylvester decides to take his son fishing, but instead of fishing at the ocean, they decide to go to the aquarium instead.     

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Cross Country Detours (1940)
Cross Country Detours
Plot:

Cross Country Detours is an animated short comedy film which takes us to several natural wonders of North America, including the Yosemite National Park in California, the frozen wastes of Alaska, the desert wastes of New Mexico, the Grand Canyon, etc.

Role:
Bear / Scoutmaster / Polar Bear / Bobcat / Grand Canyon Tourist / Gila Monster / Husky (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sara Berner, Karlton Kadell
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Porky's Hero Agency (1937)
Porky's Hero Agency
Plot:

Porky is reading a story about gorgon, a woman in Greek mythology, who was able to turn everyone she looked at into stone. His mother tells him to go sleep, but in his dreams, he dreams of being a Greek Hero, and he tries to stop Gorgon.

Role:
Porky Pig / Emperor Jones (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Tedd Pierce
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Porky's Last Stand (1940)
Porky's Last Stand
Plot:

Porky’s Last Stand is an animated short film which takes us to the life of Porky Pig, who is shown running a restaurant along with his assistant Daffy Duck. However, problems arise when all their food is stolen by mice. Things get even worse when Daffy tries to get a calf, but ends up grabbing a bull instead. The bull starts chasing him around.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Danny Webb
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Picador Porky (1937)
Picador Porky
Plot:

Along with two of his friends, Porky stumbles onto a Mexican town on the day of the town’s annual bullfight. After they learn that the contest winner gets a fee of 1,000 pesos, Porky and his friends get costumes and decide to take part.

Role:
Drunk (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Joe Dougherty
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Well Worn Daffy (1965)
Well Worn Daffy
Plot:

Along with two of his mouse companions, Speedy Gonzales is lost in the desert, where he is dying of thirst. Eventually, they stumble across a well, but the owner turns out to be Daffy Duck, who is not willing to share any water with them, despite their pleas. Therefore, Speedy tries to come up with a plan, so that he can distract Daffy, while his friends drink water.     

Role:
Daffy Duck / Speedy Gonzales / Pedro / Jose / Camel (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
One Meat Brawl (1947)
One Meat Brawl
Plot:

Grover Groundhog is quite excited for Groundhog Day. He decides to leave his burrow looking for photographers, forgetting that is hunting season for Porky, who is out to hunt for groundhogs, along with his dog Mandrake.

Role:
Porky Pig / Mandrake / Barnyard Dog / Grover Groundhog - singing (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
A Kiddies Kitty (1955)
A Kiddies Kitty
Plot:

Suzanne is a little girl who keeps breaking her toys, since she wants a real cat to play with. When she runs into Sylvester Cat in her yard, running from a bulldog, she decides to adopt him. However, the way she treats the cat turns out to be quite atrocious, although it is out of her ‘love’. Sylvester feels that being caught by the dog would have been probably better.

Role:
Sylvester / TV Announcer / Bulldog (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Lucille Bliss
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Feud There Was (1938)
A Feud There Was
Plot:

The Weavers and the McCoys, two feuding families pass their time by taking potshots at each other. Though the peacemaker, Elmer Fudd, try to put an end to these feuds, but only violence and zaniness prevails.

Role:
Non-Stop Corrigan / Old Gray Hair / Cuckoo Bird / Angry McCoy / Peace-Deriding Weaver / Apple-Bonked Weaver / Trigger Happy McCoy (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Roy Rogers, Billy Bletcher, Arthur Q. Bryan, Hugh Farr
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Mouse Mazurka (1949)
Mouse Mazurka
Plot:

Sylvester Cat, who is living in the Slobovian Mountains, is chasing a mouse. He tries to catch him again and again, but ends up crashing into the mouse hole door, which turns him into a lid. Therefore, he tries to resort to other tricks.

Role:
Sylvester / Narrator (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Porky's Hotel (1939)
Porky's Hotel
Plot:

Porky Pig is running a hotel in the middle of a small town center. A goat checks in hoping to get some rest, but a duck causes trouble for him, as he keeps hitting a fly again and again using a hammer.

Role:
Porky Pig / Gabby Goose / Gouty Goat (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
The Rhythmettes
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Gay Purr-ee (1962)
Gay Purr-ee
Starring:
Judy Garland, Paul Frees, Red Buttons, Hermione Gingold, Robert Goulet
Directed By:
Abe Levitow
Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo (1979)
Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo
Role:
Barney Rubble / ... (unknown episodes)
Starring:
John Stephenson, Don Messick, Joe Baker, Gay Autterson
Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24½th Century (1980)
Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24½th Century
Role:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Marvin the Martian / Gossamer / Computer (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Soup or Sonic (1980)
Soup or Sonic
Role:
Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Phil Monroe
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny (1980)
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Elmer Fudd (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Phil Monroe
Sparky's Magic Piano (1987)
Sparky's Magic Piano
Role:
Max / Sam / Laughing Audience Member (voice)
Starring:
Cloris Leachman, Vincent Price, Tony Curtis, Nancy Olson
Directed By:
Lee Mishkin
A-Haunting We Will Go (1966)
A-Haunting We Will Go
Plot:

Daffy Duck’s nephew is convinced that he saw a witch on Halloween night. However, Daffy Duck is sure that there are no such thing as witches, and in order to prove it, he decides to go and meet her himself.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Speedy Gonzales / Daffy's Nephew (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Hep Cat (1942)
The Hep Cat
Plot:

This is the story of a cat, who is chased by a dog during a stroll and merrily celebrates his escape by singing Java-jive, fancying that he is an irresistible hunk. Presently, he sees an attractive female cat and tries unsuccessfully to woo her. The dog reappears at this point and the chase resumes. 

Role:
The Hep Cat / Rosebud (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sara Berner, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Little Red Walking Hood (1937)
Little Red Walking Hood
Plot:

The wolf sees Little Red Riding Hood, and begins to follow her on his yellow vehicle. He tries to catch her attention by telling her that he can provide her with everything that a woman wants, in order to be popular or famous.

Role:
Egghead (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Elvia Allman, Tedd Pierce
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Hare-um Scare-um (1939)
Hare-um Scare-um
Plot:

After discovering that meat prices have gone up, a man is quiet upset at the government. He decides that he will hunt his meat on his own from now on. Along with his dog, he sets out on a hunting trip, to hunt for rabbits. He is eventually able to find a rabbit, but it always seems to be one step ahead of him.

Role:
Hunter / Rabbit / Dog (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Cal Dalton, Ben Hardaway
Porky's Hare Hunt (1938)
Porky's Hare Hunt
Plot:

When several rabbits eat up the carrots and ruin the crops, Porky and his dog gives one of them a chase. However, the rogue rabbit is always one step ahead of him, and manages to frustrate him at every turn. Eventually, Porky ends up in the hospital.

Role:
Porky Pig / Rabbit / Zero the Dog (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Cal Dalton, Ben Hardaway
The Year of the Mouse (1965)
The Year of the Mouse
Plot:

While Tom Cat is sleeping, Jerry Mouse and his friend Nibbles, who are standing on top of a chimney, decide to play few tricks on him. However, Tom tries to ignore them and continue sleeping.

Role:
Vocal Effects (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Porky's Poppa (1938)
Porky's Poppa
Plot:

The film starts by giving us a tour of Porky’s father’s farm. However, Porky’s family is in financial trouble because their cow Bessie is not providing any milk. Therefore, Porky’s father decides to purchase a mechanical cow in order to replace her.

Role:
Porky Pig / Porky's Poppa / Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Robert Clampett
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Porky's Double Trouble (1937)
Porky's Double Trouble
Plot:

Porky’s doppelganger who is on the Most Wanted list, notices Porky Pig, and decides to kidnap him. He not just replaces Porky, but also tries to steal Porky’s girlfriend Petunia.

Role:
Porky Pig / The Killer (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Heaven Scent (1956)
Heaven Scent
Plot:

Heaven Scent is a short animated comedy film which tells the story of a female cat, who is frightened of all the dogs around her, and therefore, she pretends to be a skunk to scare them away. However, problem persists, as an amorous skunk thinks her to be a female skunk, and tries to make love to her.

Role:
Pepe Le Pew / Fishermen / Cat / Dogs (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Brave Little Toaster (1987)
The Brave Little Toaster
Plot:

The Brave Little Toaster is an animated adventure musical comedy film which revolves around a group of five outdated appliances who begin a journey to the city in order to find and reunite with their owner, after he abandons them in a cabin in the woods.

Starring:
Phil Hartman, Thurl Ravenscroft, Jon Lovitz, Timothy Stack
Directed By:
Jerry Rees
Wholly Smoke (1938)
Wholly Smoke
Plot:

Wholly Smoke is an animation short comedy film in which Porky is convinced to take a puff from a cigar by a neighborhood bully. Porky agrees but this causes him to hallucinate a smoke-man named Nick O.

Role:
Porky Pig / Bully (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
You're an Education (1938)
You're an Education
Plot:

You’re an Education is an animation musical short film in which the characters in the brochures of a travel agency come to life.  

Role:
Lone Stranger (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Dave Weber
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Cannery Woe (1961)
Cannery Woe
Plot:

Speedy Gonzales is asked to help in supplying cheese for a Mexican mouse festival. Therefore, he decides to raid a cheese store, which is guarded by Sylvester Cat.

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Sylvester / Jose / Mayor Raton (voice)
Starring:
Tom Holland
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Bushy Hare (1950)
Bushy Hare
Plot:

While in Golden Gate Park, Bugs encounters a man who asks him to hold his balloons, while he ties his shoelaces. Bugs agrees, but things get complicated when he finds himself lifted in the air, by the balloons and drifts off into the ocean. Things get even worse when he clashes midair with a stork delivering a kangaroo baby, and Bugs is switched with the baby.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Balloon Vendor / 'Nature Boy' / Kangaroos (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Strangled Eggs (1961)
Strangled Eggs
Plot:

Since he is short of food, Foghorn Leghorn tries to date Miss Prissy with the hope of getting food for the winter. There is suddenly a knock on the door, and upon opening, they find a baby basket containing Henery Hawk, who is posing as an orphaned chick, hoping to gain access to the barnyard, so that he can hunt and eat a chicken. Foghorn believes that Henery Hawk is going to invite trouble, but Miss Prissy decides to adopt the “chick” as her “son”.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Henery Hawk (voice)
Starring:
Julie Bennett
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
West of the Pesos (1960)
West of the Pesos
Plot:

West of the Pesos is an animated comedy short film which takes us to the ACME Laboratories por Experimento, where mice are imprisoned in cages, for use in scientific experiments. Sylvester is serving as the guard cat, discouraging the mice to escape. Meanwhile, in a mice village, several mice are crying about their family members and partners who are missing. The mayor of the village thinks about recruiting volunteers to rescue their fellow mice from the laboratory, but realize that due to Slyvester’s speed, they might need the help of Speedy Gonzales.  

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Sylvester / Mice (voice)
Starring:
Tom Holland
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Polar Pals (1939)
Polar Pals
Plot:

Porky Pig is residing in an igloo in the Arctic, living with several polar bears. Their lives take a turn when a greedy fur trapper arrives to threaten their lives. But Porky is unwilling to give up without a fight.  

Role:
Porky Pig (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Goo Goo Goliath (1954)
Goo Goo Goliath
Plot:

A stork is tasked with delivering a baby to a giant at the top of a beanstalk. However, it feels too lazy to fly that high, and it delivers the baby to a normal couple instead, who try to raise the giant child as their own.  

Role:
Stork 672 / Stork Dispatcher / John / Capt. O'Brien / Intercom Voice (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Marian Richman, Norman Nesbitt
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Fox Pop (1942)
Fox Pop
Plot:

Fox Pop is an animated short film which tells the story of a fox who comes to know that silver foxes are in great demand in high society. He decides to paint himself silver and gets himself trapped. However, he soon learns that people are only interested in his fur.

Role:
Fox / Crow / Trapper / Dogs (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Hippety Hopper (1949)
Hippety Hopper
Plot:

A mouse attempts suicide but a baby kangaroo Hippety Hopper saves his life. The kangaroo also agrees to terrorize Sylvester Cat. They make Sylvester Cat think that vitamins have enlarged the mouse, and Sylvester attempts to fight the kangaroo, thinking him to be the mouse.  

Role:
Sylvester / Mouse / Bulldog (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Notes to You (1941)
Notes to You
Plot:

Porky Pig is attempting to sleep, but an alley cat disturbs his sleep again and again with his loud singing.

Role:
Porky Pig / Cat (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Mother Was a Rooster (1962)
Mother Was a Rooster
Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dog / Ostrich (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Sock a Doodle Do (1952)
Sock a Doodle Do
Plot:

Kid Banty is a champion fighting rooster, who is being carried on a small trailer. However, due to an accident, Kid Banty falls out of the vehicle. Soon, he meets Foghorn Leghorn, and the latter learns that Kid Banty is triggered by bells. Foghorn finds this as an excellent opportunity and decides to use Banty against the Barnyard Dawg.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dog / Cow (voice)
Starring:
Sheldon Leonard
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
China Jones (1959)
China Jones
Plot:

In this animated comedy short film, Daffy Duck is shown as China Jones, an Irish private investigator working in the Far East. He finds a fortune cookie which contains a call for help from someone who claims to be held captive. However, he is unaware of the fact that this is actually a trap set by Limey Louie, a vengeful criminal and his former enemy.

Role:
Daffy Duck as China Jones / Porky Pig as Charley Chung / Limey Louie / Chinese Man (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Dixie Fryer (1960)
The Dixie Fryer
Plot:

Foghorn Leghorn is going to the south for the winter, by hitching a ride on a basket that is being pulled by a flock of ducks. Upon smelling magnolia trees and figures on the way, he pulls up an umbrella and hops out of the basket, and uses the umbrella as a parachute. He is soon spotted by two hungry chicken hawks who decide to capture and eat him for dinner. Foghorn soon realizes their plan, and understands that if he doesn’t do something, he will become their food.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Mouse-Taken Identity (1957)
Mouse-Taken Identity
Plot:

Sylvester and his son begin working at a museum. Soon, Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo, escapes from the zoo, and turns up at the museum. Things get interesting when Sylvester and Junior mistakes Hippety to be a giant mouse, and begin to chase him around the exhibits. However, all their attempts to catch him end in failure.

Role:
Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. / Zoo Delivery Guy (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Hungry Wolf (1942)
The Hungry Wolf
Plot:

An old wolf is falling hungry in the winter. However, he has no food, and in addition, his stomach feels extremely empty. Things take a turn when he spots a young rabbit, lost in the snow. Although the wolf is about to eat him up, the rabbit is extremely polite, and he asks him to be his father. The wolf therefore cannot bring himself to eat the rabbit, and he sends him away angrily. However, he eventually begins to regret his decision due to his hunger.

Role:
Wolf (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Hugh Harman
The EGGcited Rooster (1952)
The EGGcited Rooster
Plot:

Foghorn is sitting on an egg while his wife keeps playing cards. Meanwhile, Henery Hawk approaches them, dressed as a Native Indian, looking for someone. Foggy asks Henery to sit on the egg for some time, but the dog gets impatient.

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Henery Hawk / Barnyard Dog (voice)
Starring:
Marian Richman
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Lighthouse Mouse (1955)
Lighthouse Mouse
Plot:

Slyvester Cat is working as a mouse-catcher for a lighthouse keeper, and he has been assigned to keep a mouse from unplugging the light. The mouse is however looking for a good night’s sleep, and he asks Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo to help him keep Sylvester off the lights, so that they are kept turned off.

Role:
Sylvester / Lighthouse Owner / Parrot (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Caveman Inki (1950)
Caveman Inki
Plot:

This animated short comedy film takes us to the prehistoric times and it revolves around Inki, who is out hunting, along with his pet dinosaur. They soon come across a Minah Bird, and Inki decides to chase after it.

Role:
Mel Blanc (uncredited)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Screwdriver (1941)
The Screwdriver
Plot:

Woody Woodpecker is driving through the countryside when he comes across a traffic cop, who explains to him that he is looking for speeders. Woody reveals that he is a speeder, since he has driven to Alaska and back within a minute. The cop tries to arrest him, but Woody challenges him, saying that without his uniform, he wouldn’t be so tough.

Role:
Woody Woodpecker / Motorcycle Cop (voice)
Directed By:
Walter Lantz
Doggone Cats (1947)
Doggone Cats
Plot:

Doggone Cats is an animated comedy short film which revolves around Wellington the Dog, who is assigned a package to deliver to Uncle Louie. He receives strict instructions not to let go of the package, but Sylvester Cat along with a friend, tries to use this opportunity to get even with Wellington.

Role:
Wellington / Sylvester / Cat / Uncle Louie (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Dog Gone People (1960)
Dog Gone People
Plot:

Elmer receives a phone call from his demanding boss Mr Crabtree, who asks him to watch over Rupert, his dog, since he is going away on a vacation. He informs him that Rupert thinks of himself to be a human, and therefore he must be treated accordingly. He also tells him that there might be a position for vice presidency available, if he does a good job.

Role:
Mr. Crabtree / Rupert / Policeman (voice)
Starring:
Hal Smith, Noel Blanc
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Believe It or Else (1939)
Believe It or Else
Plot:

This animated short comedy film shows us various hilarious characters, including a man who drinks huge amounts of milk, a snake charmer playing a flute, the world’s fastest woodcutter, an accurate knife thrower, a man who saws people in half, etc. However, Egghead says that he refuses to believe in any of these.

Role:
Dolphus Hambone / Buck Dodgers / Major Bowes Unit #73 Man / Egyptian Native / Wishing Well / Mr. Chopofsky / Nathaniel Nevermiss / Male Ant (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tex Avery, Cliff Nazarro
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Catch as Cats Can (1947)
Catch as Cats Can
Plot:

A canary singing like Frank Sinatra begins to get on the nerves of a parrot. In order to get rid of him, the parrot tells Sylvester Cat that he needs more vitamins, for which he will need to eat the canary.

Role:
Sylvester (voice)
Starring:
Dave Barry, Richard Bickenbach
Directed By:
Arthur Davis
Fresh Fish (1939)
Fresh Fish
Plot:

Fresh Fish is an animated short comedy film which gives us a tour of the waters at South Sea Island, introducing us to various kinds of marine life, such as the seahorse, the hermit crab, etc.

Role:
Tuna / Two-Headed Fish / Pickled Herring (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Tex Avery, Robert C. Bruce, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Tex Avery
The Eager Beaver (1946)
The Eager Beaver
Plot:

A little beaver wants to be a part of a team that is constructing a dam before a flood hits. Eventually, he is sent to chop down a big tree, but the flood is getting closer and closer.

Role:
Beaver Foreman / Beavers / Baby Hawks (voice)
Starring:
Frank Graham
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Porky's Movie Mystery (1939)
Porky's Movie Mystery
Plot:

The film begins with a radio news report stating that a mysterious phantom is haunting Hollywood for quite some time, ruining pictures and scaring away the actors. Although cops look around for this phantom, they are unable to reach any conclusion. The phantom soon reveals himself to be ‘The Invisible Man’, and says that he is going to not just crack every camera, but also wreck every reel, and smash every set, as well as scare off every star away from Hollywood.

Role:
Porky Pig / Mr. Motto / Cops (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Wacky Wildlife (1940)
Wacky Wildlife
Plot:

Wacky Wildlife is an animated short comedy film which shows us a series of gags revolving around wild animals.  

Role:
Deer / Bird / Bob Cat / Mouse / Alligator / Pig / Termite / Coyote / Wild Dog (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bernice Hansen, Tedd Pierce, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Land of the Midnight Fun (1939)
Land of the Midnight Fun
Plot:

A cruise is headed towards Nome, Alaska. The film shows the activities of some of the passengers aboard the ship.

Role:
Eskimo / Dogs (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Tex Avery, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Shop Look & Listen (1940)
Shop Look & Listen
Plot:

The JT Gimlet’s department store is closed, and the mice see this as an opportunity for a tour of the entire place.

Role:
Little Blabbermouse (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce, Bill Thompson
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Porky's Building (1937)
Porky's Building
Plot:

In this animated comedy short film, Porky Pig and Dirty Digg, are shown as two building contractors, who are at war against each other, for building the town hall. Things take a turn when the mayor proclaims that they will both get to build their buildings, but the contract will go to the one who can finish the project first.

Role:
Porky Pig (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Bernice Hansen
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Tom Turkey and His Harmonica Humdingers (1940)
Tom Turkey and His Harmonica Humdingers
Plot:

Along with his friends, Tom Turkey plays his harmonica continuously but they get so enthusiastic, that they begin to wreck the local general store.

Role:
Tom Turkey (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Borrah Minevitch and His Harmonica Rascals
Directed By:
Hugh Harman
I Was a Teenage Thumb (1963)
I Was a Teenage Thumb
Role:
Ralph K. Merlin Jr. / King Arthur (voice)
Starring:
Ben Frommer, Julie Bennett, Richard Peel
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
The Mad Hatter (1940)
The Mad Hatter
Role:
Various (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
John Wald
Directed By:
Sid Marcus
Wanted: No Master (1939)
Wanted: No Master
Role:
Count Screwloose (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Milt Gross
A Political Cartoon (1974)
A Political Cartoon
Role:
Bugs Bunny (voice)
Starring:
Lindsay Doran, Alex Krakower, Liam Smith, Joseph Adamson
Directed By:
Joseph Adamson, Jim Morrow
The Man Called Flintstone (1966)
The Man Called Flintstone
TV-G
Role:
Barney Rubble / Dino / Helicopter Pilot / the Mayor / Turtle / Scales (voice)
Starring:
Alan Reed, June Foray, Paul Frees, Jean Vander Pyl
Directed By:
Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
Flintstones Little Big League (1978)
Flintstones Little Big League
Role:
Barney Rubble (voice)
Starring:
Ted Cassidy, Henry Corden, Lucille Bliss, Don Messick
Mister Magoo (1960)
Mister Magoo
Role:
Tycoon Magoo / ... (uncredited) (37 episodes, 1960)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, June Foray, Paul Frees, Jerry Hausner
The Dick Tracy Show (1961)
The Dick Tracy Show
Role:
Flattop / ... (8 episodes, 1961)
Starring:
Benny Rubin, Paul Frees, Jerry Hausner, Everett Sloane
Alvin & the Chipmunks (1983)
Alvin & the Chipmunks
TV-Y
Starring:
Dolly Parton, Mr. T, Frank Welker, Alan Young, Tress MacNeille, Ross Bagdasarian Jr., Janice Karman
Directed By:
Charles A. Nichols, Rudy Larriva, John Kimball, Don Spencer
Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats (1984)
Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats
TV-Y
Role:
Heathcliff (45 episodes, 1984-1986)
Starring:
Roger Carel, Donna Christie, Danny Mann, Patrick Poivey
Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol (1979)
Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Porky Pig / Sylvester / Tweety / Pepe Le Pew / Foghorn Leghorn (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Bugs Bunny in King Arthur's Court (1978)
Bugs Bunny in King Arthur's Court
Role:
Bugs Bunny / King Arthur (Daffy Duck) / Merlin (Yosemite Sam) / Varlet (Porky Pig) / Sir Elmer of Fudd (Elmer Fudd) (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
A Very Merry Cricket (1973)
A Very Merry Cricket
Role:
Tucker the Mouse / Alley Cat (voice)
Starring:
Les Tremayne
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Flintstones: Jogging Fever (1981)
The Flintstones: Jogging Fever
Role:
Barney Rubble
Starring:
John Stephenson, Henry Corden, Jean Vander Pyl, Gay Autterson
Directed By:
Ray Patterson
Bugs Bunny's Overtures to Disaster (1991)
Bugs Bunny's Overtures to Disaster
Role:
Bugs Bunny (archiveFootage) (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Stan Freberg, Jeff Bergman
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Greg Ford, Terry Lennon
Pepe Le Pew's Skunk Tales (1986)
Pepe Le Pew's Skunk Tales
Role:
Pepé Le Pew / Penelope / Zookeeper / Lion / Popcorn Cart Bird / Pigeon Feeder / Poodle / the Director / the Assistant Director / the Guard / Second Director / Le Capitaine / First Mate / Crewmates / Skunk / Dog / Bulldog / Camel / Perfume Shop Owner
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Arthur Q. Bryan, Michael Maltese, June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Arthur Davis, Abe Levitow
Bacall to Arms (1946)
Bacall to Arms
Plot:

Animals dressed in human clothes are waiting at the auditorium of a movie theatre, waiting for the film to start. The film is named ‘To Have… To Have… To Have…’, a parody of ‘To Have and Have Not’.

Role:
Wolf / Fat Theater Patron / Henpecked Husband / Lion / Duckling / Rochester Soundalike (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Dave Barry, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert Clampett, Arthur Davis
Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt (1941)
Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt
Plot:

Bugs is reading ‘The Song of Hiwatha’ out loud. However, he never expected Hiawatha to actually appear, looking for a rabbit  for his dinner. Hiawatha prepares a cooking pot, planning to cook Bugs, but he tricks Bugs into thinking that he is preparing a hot bath.

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Hiawatha (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Porky's Railroad (1937)
Porky's Railroad
Plot:

Porky is working as an engineer on a very pathetic train. Things get even worse for him, when he learns that his services and the services of his old-fashioned engine are not required anymore, as the company is now going to use a new streamlined train.

Role:
Porky Pig (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life (1965)
Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life
Plot:

This animated comedy film revolves around the cat Tom, who chases Jerry Mouse around a high-rise apartment, in his attempt to catch the latter.

Role:
Tom / Jerry (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Snowbody Loves Me (1964)
Snowbody Loves Me
Plot:

Wrapped-up in a snowball, Jerry rolls to Tom’s cheese shop, accidently locking Tom out while entering in. As Tom tries to enter through chimney, a fire lit by Jerry throws him out. When frozen Tom manages to come in, he finds Jerry dancing through large cheese-wheel. But after throwing Jerry out, Tom has a change of heart and takes freezing Jerry back.

Role:
Tom / Jerry (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Porky's Romance (1937)
Porky's Romance
Plot:

Porky buys some flowers, candy and eventually a diamond ring for Petunia Pig. He visits her home but she tells him to go away disdainfully. But upon finding out that he has candy, Petunia brings him into the house, rips open the candy container and begins to eat the candy.  

Role:
Excited Petunia Pig (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Bernice Hansen, Joe Dougherty, Alan Reed
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
The Film Fan (1939)
The Film Fan
Plot:

Porky Pig is on his way to the store in order to get some groceries for his mother. However, he gets completely distracted when he learns that the local movie theatre is offering free admissions for that day to kids. He decides to rush into the theatre.

Role:
Porky Pig / Theater Usher / Cold Promise / Professor Widebottom / Sterling (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Conrad the Sailor (1942)
Conrad the Sailor
Plot:

Conrad the Sailor is an animated short comedy film, which revolves around Conrad, who attempts to clean the deck of a battleship.  However, Daffy Duck keeps playing pranks on him, making his job quite difficult.

Role:
Daffy Duck (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Pinto Colvig, Quartet The Sportsmen
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Cat's Me-Ouch (1965)
The Cat's Me-Ouch
Plot:

In this animated short comedy film, Tom Cat attempts to catch Jerry Mouse using a cleaver. In order to save himself from Tom, Jerry decides to order a bulldog.

Role:
(voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Jerry, Jerry, Quite Contrary (1966)
Jerry, Jerry, Quite Contrary
G
Plot:

Jerry Mouse keeps attacking Tom Cat in his sleep. Therefore he tries to stay awake, but it doesn’t seem to work.  

Role:
Tom / Jerry (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Now That Summer Is Gone (1938)
Now That Summer Is Gone
Plot:

Winter is approaching and all the squirrels are working hard to gather acorns for the long winter ahead. However, one of them decides to win acorns by rolling the dice. His father tries to make him stop gambling, but the son is unwilling to listen, and he continues. The son soon meets with a mysterious squirrel, who wants to teach him about the downsides of gambling.

Role:
Junior Squirrel / Gambler (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Scent-imental Over You (1947)
Scent-imental Over You
Plot:

A small Mexican hairless dog is jealous of all the other dogs in their fine coats. She eventually decides to steal a fur coat and enter the dog show and impress everyone. However, she mistakenly steals a skunk pelt instead, which frightens the other dogs instead. But she attracts the unwanted attentions of the amorous Pepé Le Pew.  

Role:
Pepe Le Pew (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Tedd Pierce
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
What Price Porky (1938)
What Price Porky
Plot:

In this animated comedy short film, a flock of wild ducks who are led by their ‘ductator’ Daffy, steal Porky’s corn. This deprives Porky’s chickens of all their food, and this leads to a war between the chickens and the ducks.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck / Hen (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Robert Clampett
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Banty Raids (1963)
Banty Raids
Plot:

Banty Raids is an animated short comedy film which tells the story of a horny rooster, who is madly attracted to the hens in Foghorn Leghorn’s barnyard. He comes up with a plan to gain access to them. He disguises himself as a baby foundling on Foghorn’s doorstep, and things turn up well for him when Foghorn adopts him as his son.  

Role:
Foghorn Leghorn / Barnyard Dog / Tough Rooster / Giggling Chicken (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Tortilla Flaps (1958)
Tortilla Flaps
Plot:

A hungry crow sees a party going on, which is in honor of Speedy Gonzales, Mexico’s fastest mouse. The crow tries to catch and eat some of Speedy’s friends, but Speedy decides to lead the crow on a frustrating and violent chase. The crow is eventually demoralized and forced to surrender.

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Crow / Mice (voice)
Starring:
Tom Holland
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Inki and the Minah Bird (1943)
Inki and the Minah Bird
Plot:

Inki and the Minah Bird is an animated short comedy film which tells the story of an African child who comes across a lion wearing dentures. The beast starts chasing him all over the place, but a Minah bird tries to help the child against the beast, but things get messy.

Role:
Lion (uncredited)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Sour Puss (1940)
The Sour Puss
Plot:

Porky informs his cat that they are going to go fishing the next day. The following day, during their fishing trip, the cat gets into a battle with a flying fish whose behavior is funnily similar to Daffy Duck.  

Role:
Porky Pig / Cat / Flying Fish (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Zip Zip Hooray! (1965)
Zip Zip Hooray!
Plot:

Zip Zip Hooray is an animated comedy short film which revolves around two boys who watch Will Coyote chasing the Road Runner on television. Coyote suspends his chase to explain to the boys why he is trying to catch the Road Runner so badly.

Role:
Wile E. Coyote (voice)
Starring:
Paul Julian
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
His Hare Raising Tale (1951)
His Hare Raising Tale
Plot:

His Hare Raising Tale is an animated comedy film which shows us Bugs Bunny and his nephew Clyde, as they are taking a look at a scrap book depicting various photographs as well as newspaper clippings of Bugs and his adventures.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Clyde Rabbit / Umpire / Ball Player / Scientist (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Robert Clampett
The Impatient Patient (1942)
The Impatient Patient
Plot:

Daffy Duck is shown as a telegram deliverer with a message for someone named Chloe. However, he soon begins hiccupping, and is unable to stop it. Therefore, he goes and seeks medical help in an old house belonging to Dr. Jerkyl. However, something is suspecious about the doctor and he might not be what he seems to be.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Chloe / Dr. Jerkyl / Voice on Intercom / Radio Announcer (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Norm McCabe
Porky's Garden (1937)
Porky's Garden
Plot:

An agricultural farm announces prizes for whoever can make the largest homegrown project. Porky decides to make plans to win the prize, but so does his rival neighbor.

Role:
Porky Pig (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Charles Judels, Earle Hodgins
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Porky and Gabby (1937)
Porky and Gabby
Role:
Porky Pig / Gabby Goat / Truck Driver (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Ub Iwerks
Good Noose (1962)
Good Noose
Plot:

A ship captain announces that any stowaways found on the ship will be hanged. All stowaways begin to leap off the ship and swim away, upon hearing this. Soon, the captain’s faithful parrot Mr Tristan begins to look for any remaining stowaways, and he finds Daffy Duck. They take him for hanging, but Daffy manages to convince the captain that he is a magician and he can entertain him, if he lets him live.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Captain / Mr. Tristan / Islander (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Hoppy-Go-Lucky (1952)
Hoppy-Go-Lucky
Plot:

Sylvester Cat and his friend Benny are hunting mice in a warehouse because Benny wants one as a pet. Meanwhile, Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo is also present in the warehouse, and the two cats upon seeing him, mistake him to be a giant mouse.

Role:
Sylvester / Mouse (voice)
Starring:
Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Slightly Daffy (1944)
Slightly Daffy
Plot:

Slightly Daffy is an animated comedy short film in which Daffy and Porky are shown to be soldiers commanding a Cavalry outpost in the old West. When Porky is sleeping, the outpost is attacked by Red Indians. Daffy sees them, but realizes that they will need more ammunition to get rid of them.

Role:
Porky Pig / Daffy Duck (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Tease for Two (1965)
Tease for Two
Plot:

Daffy Duck rides out to the woods, in search of gold, but she instead finds the Goofy Gophers. However, Daffy is convinced that they are at the right location. He thinks that the Gophers are living on a gold mine, and he decides to try various methods to get them out.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Mac / Tosh / Cosmonaut (voice)
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
What's Brewin', Bruin? (1948)
What's Brewin', Bruin?
Plot:

Winter is here and the three bears are all set to hibernate. But Junyer's snoring, a persistent drip from the ceiling and Ma's repeatedly opening of window ruin their plan.

Role:
Papa Bear's Yell / Mama Bear (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Stooge for a Mouse (1950)
Stooge for a Mouse
Plot:

A hungry mouse who wants to obtain a block of cheese, turns Sylvester and his friend Mike the Bulldog against each other.

Role:
Sylvester / Mike Bulldog / Mouse (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Trick or Tweet (1959)
Trick or Tweet
Plot:

Tweety is sweeping the dust around his nest high atop a wooden pole, when Sylvester and Sam both tiptoe up hoping to sneak up on him and catch him. However, neither cat are aware about the other. Both cats grab the nest at the same time, and rush down the pole, and this leads to a tussle between them.  Eventually, they agree that Tweety Bird is too small, and they should just put him back up on the Pole.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
D' Fightin' Ones (1961)
D' Fightin' Ones
Plot:

Sylvester and Hector are shackled to one another, on a truck that is headed for the pound. Things take a turn when the truck hits a bumpy road, which causes the back door to open, dumping Sylvester and Hector out. The truck turns around to pick them up again, but they try to get away as quickly as possible. However, this seems to be much more difficult, due to them being stuck to one another.  

Role:
Sylvester / Bulldog (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Porky's Prize Pony (1941)
Porky's Prize Pony
Plot:

Porky the jockey is getting ready for his new race, but an overambitious and confident horse, who needs an owner, tries to convince him to ride him in the race.

Role:
Porky Pig (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Porky's Five & Ten (1938)
Porky's Five & Ten
Plot:

Porky sails off to the Boola-Boola islands, a fictitious set of tropical islands in the South Seas. His plan is to open a store, but problems arise when a swordfish cuts a hole in his ship, and goods begin to fall off into the ocean. The fish begin to make creative use of them, eventually opening a canteen and a Hollywood nightclub.

Role:
Porky Pig / Fish / Radio Announcer (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
The Haunted Mouse (1941)
The Haunted Mouse
Plot:

A starving cat in the middle of nowhere gets excited when he finds a sign stating that food is cooking in a nearby town. However, he misses reading the part where it is mentioned that the town is filled with ghosts. To make things worse, one of the ghosts is a mouse, who wants revenge on cats, as they had tormented him all his life. Upon seeing the cat, the mouse decides that he would make a perfect target.  

Role:
Cat (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Walter Tetley
Directed By:
Tex Avery
The Crackpot Quail (1941)
The Crackpot Quail
Plot:

A dog is chasing a quail through the forest, but he keeps getting outsmarted again and again by the bird.

Role:
Quail (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tex Avery
Directed By:
Tex Avery
Injun Trouble (1938)
Injun Trouble
Plot:

Porky leads a wagon train into ‘Injun Joe Territory’, where he eventually meets the fearsome Superchief.

Role:
Porky Pig / Sloppy Moe / Trail Boss (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
The Sheepish Wolf (1942)
The Sheepish Wolf
Plot:

A wolf sets his eye on a flock of sheep that is being watched over by a sheepdog. In order to catch the sheep, he decides to disguise himself as a sheep, but one of the sheep is able to see through his disguise.

Role:
Sam Sheepdog / Ralph Wolf / Black Sheep / Sheep Herd / Wolves (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
The Unbearable Bear (1943)
The Unbearable Bear
Plot:

A burglar’s plan is foiled due to the non-stop talking of Sniffles the Mouse.

Role:
Burglar / Officer Bear (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Marjorie Tarlton, June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Behind the Meat-Ball (1945)
Behind the Meat-Ball
Plot:

Being unsatisfied with the vegetarian meal given by his mistress, Fido decides that he will go to great lengths if necessary, in order to find meat. At last Fido finds a real piece of meat that has fallen out of a meat truck, but he is forced to fight for it with a bulldog and a terrier, who wants the meat as well.

Role:
Dog (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Fair and Worm-er (1946)
Fair and Worm-er
Plot:

In this animated short comedy film, a worm chases an apple, but it gets chased by a bird. The bird is chased by a cat who is chased by a dog. The dog is caught by the dogcatcher, and the dogcatcher’s wife chases the dogcatcher, who is soon chased by a mouse.

Role:
Mouse - Dog Catcher (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Rover's Rival (1937)
Rover's Rival
Plot:

After reading a book of interesting dog tricks, Porky decides to teach his dog Rover a few tricks, such as sitting up and rolling over. He also tries to make Rover jump through a hoop, but his dog miserably fails. A young puppy approaches to check things out, and he begins to insult Rover.

Role:
Porky Pig / Puppy (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
The Fella with the Fiddle (1937)
The Fella with the Fiddle
Plot:

In this animated comedy short film, J Field Mouse tells his grandchildren a story of a greedy and dishonest mouse, who lives in a home that resembles a mansion, although it is shabby from the exterior. He also manages to confuse the tax assessor to the point that he flees in frustration. However, a cat who was eavesdropping, decides to take advantage of his greed.

Role:
Fiddling Mouse (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Bernice Hansen
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Mouse-Warming (1952)
Mouse-Warming
Plot:

A teen boy mouse sees a young girl mouse move into a hole across the room, along with her parents. The boy falls heads over hells in love with her. He tries to impress her, but Claude Cat comes between them. Despite his attempts to sneak past the cat, he fails. In order to entrap the boy mouse, Claude Cat also writes a fake letter to him.

Role:
Claude Cat (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Nutty News (1942)
Nutty News
Plot:

In this animated short comedy film, Elmer Fudd narrates a newsreel where various events are shown such as a hunter’s attempt to catch a moose, a man using a rear-view mirror to guard his hat during his meal, and fireflies having a blackout.  

Role:
Moose Hunter / Man Having Dinner / Multiplying Rabbits / Firelies / Frank Putty / Mama Duck / Baby Chick / Scottie Dog / Hunting Dogs / Lead Dog (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Arthur Q. Bryan
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
The Chipmunk Adventure (1987)
The Chipmunk Adventure
G
Plot:

After fooling their babysitter, The Chipmunks manage to set out on an adventurous journey across the world. In order to win a prize money of $100,000, they enter a hot balloon race against the Chipettes, to deliver diamonds for a group of diamond smugglers.

Starring:
Dody Goodman, Susan Tyrrell, Nancy Cartwright, Ross Bagdasarian Jr.
Directed By:
Janice Karman
Buried Treasure (1938)
Buried Treasure
Role:
John Silver (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Billy Bletcher, Robert Winkler
Directed By:
Robert Allen
Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (1988)
Daffy Duck's Quackbusters
G
Role:
Daffy Duck / Bugs Bunny / Butler / J.P. Cubish / Porky Pig / Birdbath owner / Asylum collector / Drunk / Coyote / Sylvester / Tweety / Mr. Hyde / Hugo the Abominable Snowman (voice)
Starring:
Ben Frommer, June Foray, Mel Tormé, B.J. Ward
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Greg Ford
The Horse on the Merry-Go-Round (1938)
The Horse on the Merry-Go-Round
Role:
(voice)
Starring:
Robert Winkler, Dave Webber
Directed By:
Ub Iwerks
Wally Gator (1962)
Wally Gator
Role:
Colonel Zachary Gator (1 episode, 1963)
Starring:
Daws Butler, Don Messick
The Flintstone Comedy Show (1980)
The Flintstone Comedy Show
Role:
Barney Rubble / ... (36 episodes, 1980-1981)
Starring:
Charles Nelson Reilly, Henry Corden, Jean Vander Pyl, Don Messick
Lippy the Lion and Hardy Har Har (1962)
Lippy the Lion and Hardy Har Har
Role:
Hardy Har Har (uncredited) (3 episodes, 1962)
Starring:
Daws Butler
The Flintstone Comedy Hour (1972)
The Flintstone Comedy Hour
TV-G
Role:
Barney Rubble (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Alan Reed, Don Messick, Carl Esser, Gay Autterson
The Yogi Bear Show (1961)
The Yogi Bear Show
TV-G
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, June Foray, Daws Butler, Don Messick
Heathcliff (1980)
Heathcliff
TV-Y
Role:
Heathcliff (26 episodes, 1980-1981)
Starring:
June Foray, Henry Corden, Don Messick, Paul Winchell
The Flintstones' New Neighbors (1980)
The Flintstones' New Neighbors
Role:
Barney Rubble (voice)
Starring:
Henry Corden, Jean Vander Pyl, Don Messick, Gay Autterson
Directed By:
Carl Urbano
Bugs Bunny's Thanksgiving Diet (1979)
Bugs Bunny's Thanksgiving Diet
Role:
Bugs Bunny / Tasmanian Devil / Porky Pig / Wile E. Coyote / Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Starring:
June Foray
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, David Detiege
My Dream Is Yours (1949)
My Dream Is Yours
Plot:

After manager Doug Blake is dumped by star Gary Mitchell, Doug travels to New York to discover a new star and finds Martha Gibson. After a series of mishaps, Martha makes it big and even falls in love with Doug but her kindness towards Gary causes more problems.  

Starring:
Doris Day, Jack Carson, Eve Arden, Adolphe Menjou, Lee Bowman
Directed By:
Michael Curtiz
Hey There, It's Yogi Bear (1964)
Hey There, It's Yogi Bear
Plot:

An animated musical comedy about a bear who is on a quest to save his lover and return her back to Jellystone Park.

Role:
Conductor Bear / Grifter Chizzling (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler, James Darren, Julie Bennett, Don Messick
Directed By:
Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
The Ducktators (1942)
The Ducktators
Plot:

A white duckling resembling Adolf Hitler emerges from an egg. For most of his life, he spends his time giving aggressive speeches to the other ducks and geese. He soon allies himself with a goose named Benito Mussolini, who also has his own agenda. The Dove of Peace observes them from above, and weeps, as he is aware of the upcoming violence. Meanwhile, a Japanese duck named Hideki Tojo, travels to the farm as well, in order to offer his support to Hitler and Mussolini.

Role:
Hitler Duck / Hirohito Duck / Dove of Peace / Jerry Colonna Rabbit / South German Duck (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
John McLeish, Michael Maltese
Directed By:
Norm McCabe
Tabasco Road (1957)
Tabasco Road
Plot:

Tobasco Road is an animated short comedy film which revolves around Speedy Gonzales, who is known to be the fastest mouse in entire Mexico. When two of his friends Pablo and Fernando get drunk, they put themselves in danger, into the clutches of a hungry cat. It is up to Gonzales now, to save their lives.

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Pablo / Fernando / Cat / Manuel (voice)
Starring:
Daws Butler, Tom Holland
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Booby Traps (1944)
Booby Traps
Plot:

A soldier on patrol in North Africa thinks he is too clever to fall prey to an enemy's booby trap. But he soon discovers he is too easily be lured by the attractions of a harem to notice an impending danger.

Role:
Pvt. Snafu / Camel (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Is There a Doctor in the Mouse? (1964)
Is There a Doctor in the Mouse?
Plot:

Jerry Mouse creates a potion that gives him incredible speed. As he starts eating Tom’s food, Tom assumes that it is a ghost, but soon starts getting suspicious. Eventually he takes out a cake, and decides to film it, to find out who has been eating his food.

Role:
Tom / Jerry (voice)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble
Porky's Pooch (1941)
Porky's Pooch
Plot:

Upon meeting a stray dog named Sandy, Rover decides to tell him how he got his master. The film shows us in flashback how Rover goes into Porky Pig’s apartment, while the latter is taking a bath. Rover proposes to be Porky’s pet as he has got no master, and Porky has got no pet. However Porky is not willing to keep him as a pet, no matter how much Rover tries to convince him.

Role:
Porky Pig / Rover / Sandy (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Patient Porky (1940)
Patient Porky
Plot:

Patient Porky is an animated short film which revolves around Patient Porky, who checks into a hospital, due to his stomach ache, caused by overeating on his birthday. However, it doesn’t seem to be his day, as instead of a real doctor, he meets a crazy cat patient posing as a doctor. When Porky tells him his problem, the cat decides to take him as a patient.

Role:
Porky Pig / Dr. Chilled Air / Elevator Operator / Rabbit / Bugs Bunny / Oliver Owl / Scottish Dog / Program Seller (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Ben Frommer
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Farm Frolics (1941)
Farm Frolics
Plot:

Farm Frolics is an animated comedy short film which shows us a series of spot gags about farm life.

Role:
Farm Dog / Rosebud / Piggy (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Robert C. Bruce, Cliff Nazarro, Kent Rogers
Directed By:
Robert Clampett
Cracked Ice (1938)
Cracked Ice
Plot:

Cracked Ice is an animation short comedy film which revolves around a black bird who is ice skating over barrels, till it trip on one and falls into a hole. Hearing the cries for help, a Saint Bernard Dog comes out of its doghouse, in order to assist.

Role:
Russian Dogs / Drowning Bird / Drunk Fish / Skating Judge (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Tedd Pierce, Dave Weber
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
Yankee Doodle Bugs (1954)
Yankee Doodle Bugs
Plot:

Bugs Bunny’s nephew Clyde is having problems with his history homework. Therefore Bugs Bunny decides to help him and tells him about American history, inserting himself into some of the events.  

Role:
Bugs Bunny / Clyde / Indian / Ben Franklin / Man / King / George Washington (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Message to Gracias (1964)
A Message to Gracias
Plot:

The Mexican revolutionary mice sends several messengers to General Gracias, but Sylvester Cat manages to catch every one of them, and eats them up. Therefore Speedy Gonzales is assigned to reach the General with the important message, which is nothing but just a birthday greeting.

Role:
Speedy Gonzales / Sylvester / El Supremo / Mice (voice)
Starring:
Roger Green
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears (1944)
Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears
Plot:

A jazz trio, the three Bears, are having a gala time while they are busy in a hot jam session. Suddenly, their instruments catch fire. They ransack few story books and draw a conclusion that they should go for a walk and let their instruments cool off. While they are away, Goldilocks enters their house and a starved wolf plans to have it for dinner. What ensues is a roller coaster ride of the chase. 

Role:
Big Bad Wolf / Wee Small Bear / Western Union Boy (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Lillian Randolph, Ruby Dandridge, Vivian Dandridge
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Greetings Bait (1943)
Greetings Bait
Plot:

Greetings Bait is an animated short comedy film which gives us a crab’s view of the underwater world in which his eyes see the world in a completely different manner.  

Role:
Wacky Worm / Jerry Colonna (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Peck o' Trouble (1953)
A Peck o' Trouble
Role:
The Kitten (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Sheldon Leonard
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
A Pizza Tweety-Pie (1958)
A Pizza Tweety-Pie
Plot:

Granny has taken Tweety on vacation, but Sylvester Cat as usual, creates trouble for Tweety and begins to chase him in the flooded areas of Venice, Italy.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Spaghetti Bird (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Daws Butler
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Hollywood Canine Canteen (1946)
Hollywood Canine Canteen
Plot:

Hollywood Canine Canteen is an animated short comedy film which tells the story of a few canine pets of Hollywood actors who meet and decide to start a nightclub of their own.

Role:
Colonna Dog / Costello Dog / Besser Dog / Servicedog / Sailor (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Sara Berner, Richard Bickenbach, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Catty Cornered (1953)
Catty Cornered
Plot:

Tweety Bird is captured by two criminals named Rocky and Nick. Sylvester Cat notices Tweety Bird from outside and decides to steal him although he is only interested in eating him. First, he uses the fire escape to try to reach the apartment, but Rocky sees him and places a banana peel on the ledge, which causes Sylvester to fall. Next, Sylveter tries to reach them using the main stairs. Meanwhile, Tweety has escaped and meets Sylvester on the way. Sylvester offers to let him hide in his mouth.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Rocky the Gangster / Nick / Newsboy / News Reporter / Police Officer / Photographer / Mayor (voice)
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
A Bird in a Bonnet (1958)
A Bird in a Bonnet
Plot:

Granny visits a hat shop, in search of a new hat. Although the sales lady makes her try several hats, Granny doesn’t seem satisfied with any of them. Meanwhile, Tweety who is being chased by Sylvester runs into the hat shop, and hides under a table. Sylvester runs in as well, and begins to rummage through all the hats, looking for the bird. However, the sales lady throws him out, upon seeing him.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Daws Butler
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Bartholomew Versus the Wheel (1964)
Bartholomew Versus the Wheel
Plot:

A boy tells the story of his dog Bartholomew. Bartholomew’s tail is one day suddenly run over by the wheel of another boy’s scooter. This causes Bartholomew to detest all wheels, and he chases and bites into any wheel that he sees. Things get complicated when he bites into the wheels of an airplane, which takes him to the Sahara desert.

Role:
Bartholomew / Cat / Egyptians / Egyptian Dog (voice)
Starring:
Leslie Barringer
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
The Cagey Canary (1941)
The Cagey Canary
Plot:

A cat tries to catch a canary, but Granny stops him and threatens to throw him out. Still, the cat continues to come up with various ways to reach the bird and catch him for his meal, but he fails each time. Eventually, he decides to give up, and lets himself out into the rain.

Role:
Canary / Cat (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Elvia Allman
Directed By:
Tex Avery, Robert Clampett
Who's Who in the Zoo (1942)
Who's Who in the Zoo
Plot:

Who’s Who in the Zoo is an animated comedy short film which gives us a tour of the Azusa Zoo, where Porky Pig is shown to be the only employee. The film involves several gags involving the goofy animals.

Role:
Porky Pig / Animals (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Robert C. Bruce
Directed By:
Norm McCabe
Tweet Dreams (1959)
Tweet Dreams
Plot:

Due to his frustration with not having success in catching Tweety, Sylvester Cat eventually decides to take the help of a psychiatrist. However, the doctor falls asleep listening to his story.

Role:
Sylvester / Tweety / Dr. Milt Towne / Dog / Junior (voice)
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, June Foray
Directed By:
Friz Freleng
Chili Corn Corny (1965)
Chili Corn Corny
Plot:

A crow sits outside Daffy Duck’s cornfield. He is upset, as he is unable to find any food. He is unable to take any corn, as he is frightened by the scarecrow, and Daffy is hiding inside with a shotgun. Soon Speedy Gonzales arrives, and offers to help the crow.

Role:
Daffy Duck / Speedy Gonzales (voice)
Starring:
Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez
Directed By:
Robert McKimson
Hush My Mouse (1946)
Hush My Mouse
Plot:

Hush My House is animated comedy film which takes us to a tavern, where Art, the tavern keeper sends his tough flunky Edward G Robincat after Sniffles Mouse.  

Role:
Filligan / Artie the Manager (voice)
Starring:
Sara Berner, Dave Barry, Marjorie Tarlton, Dick Nelson
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
The Little Lion Hunter (1939)
The Little Lion Hunter
Plot:

The Little Lion Hunter is an animated short comedy film which tells the story of a little African boy named Inki, who is out in the middle of the forest with a spear, attempting to hunt. Little does he know that a ferocious lion has targeted him as prey.

Role:
Lion (uncredited)
Directed By:
Chuck Jones
Go Go Amigo (1965)