This is Friz Freleng's Final Goofy Gophers Cartoon.
Rings/Iris Center Colors:
Blue Ribbon No.:
Mac and Tosh, The Goofy Gophers
Bugs Bunny's Lunar Tunes
Footage Reuse from:
Home Video Releases:
Found in Streaming Devices:
Friz Freleng (Credited as I. Freleng)
Written and Directed by
Uncredited Writer and Director
Uncredited Executive Producer
Produced and Directed by
Uncredited Producer and Director
Written, Produced and Directed by
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Uncredited Screenplay by
Uncredited Supervising Animators
Arthur Davis Virgil Ross Manuel Perez
Uncredited Assistant Animation
Uncredited Camera operator
Uncredited Character Designs
Layouts and Designs
Uncredited Layouts and Designs
Uncredited Layout Assisstants
Richard H. Thomas
Layouts and Backgrounds
Uncredited Layouts and Backgrounds
Backgrounds and Layouts
Uncredited Backgrounds and Layouts
Uncredited Effects Animator
Uncredited Sound effects
Uncredited Film Editor
Uncredited Voice Characterizations
Uncredited Vocal Effects
Uncredited Musical Director
Uncredited Musical Score
Uncredited Piano Soloist
Musical Lyrics for
June 25, 1955
Blue Ribbon Re-Release date(s):
" Rabbit Rampage"
" This is a Life?"
Lumber Jerks is a 1955 cartoon directed by Looney Tunes Friz Freleng, and starring The Goofy Gophers.
The Goofy Gophers find that the tree they are living in has been cut down, and is gone. They find that it's in a log pile about to be taken away, to be produced into paper. When they go inside, they find themselves coming face to face with a bizarre machine designed to turn trees into toothpicks.
ABC and The WB, the scene of one of the Goofy Gophers siphoning gasoline out of the furniture delivery truck and getting sick after swallowing some by mistake was cut (so as not to inspire any copycat incidents).
This was the last Looney Tunes cartoon to bear the "1946-55" ending theme.
This was also Friz Freleng's last Goofy Gophers cartoon, the next two "Gopher Broke" and "Tease for Two" were directed by Robert McKimson.