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Space Jam
Directed by Joe Pytka
Produced by Ivan Reitman
Joe Medjuck
Daniel Goldberg
Screenplay by
Story by
Based on
Written by Leo Benvenuti
Steve Rudnick
Timothy Harris
Herschel Weingrod
Starring Michael Jordan
Billy West
Wayne Knight
Theresa Randle
Danny DeVito
Narrated by
Music by James Newton Howard
Cinematography Michael Chapman
Editing by Sheldon Kahn
Production company(s) Warner Bros. Feature Animation
Northern Lights Entertainment
Courtside Seats Productions
Distributor Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
Release date(s) November 15, 1996
Running time 88 minutes
Language English
Budget $80 million
Gross revenue $230.4 million
Preceded by
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Space Jam is a 1996 American live-action/animated sports comedy film starring basketball player Michael Jordan and featuring the Looney Tunes cartoon characters. The film was produced by Ivan Reitman, and directed by Joe Pytka, with Tony Cervone and Bruce W. Smith directing the animation. Nigel Miguel was a basketball technical advisor.

Released theatrically by Warner Bros. under the Family Entertainment label on November 15, 1996, it includes an alternate story of what happened between Jordan's initial retirement from the NBA in 1993 and his comeback in 1995, this time with him being inspired by events including Bugs Bunny and his friends. Space Jam opened at #1 in the US and grossed over $230 million worldwide, becoming the highest-grossing basketball film of all-time.

PlotEdit

In 1993, professional basketball player Michael Jordan announces his retirement from the sport to follow his late father's career as a baseball player. However, it becomes evident that he is not as skilled in baseball as he was in basketball. Jordan is assigned a publicist, the bumbling Stan Podolak, to make his new career less bumpy. Elsewhere, in outer space, an intergalactic amusement park called Moron Mountain faces dwindling popularity, so its owner, Mr. Swackhammer, sends his diminutive minions, the Nerdlucks, to capture the Looney Tunes as new entertainment. The Looney Tunes live in an animated world hidden in the center of the Earth, but are unable to listen to the Nerdlucks' threats and challenge them to a game of basketball to determine their fate, however, they think they'll easily win back their freedom, since the Nerdlucks are tiny.

The Nerdlucks steal the talents of basketball players Charles Barkley, Shawn Bradley, Patrick Ewing, Larry Johnson, and Muggsy Bogues, leaving them incapable of playing. The Nerdlucks absorb the talent, transforming into the gigantic "Monstars" who easily intimidate the Looney Tunes. While playing golf with Bill Murray, Larry Bird, and Stan, Jordan is sucked down a hole and is recruited by Bugs Bunny to help the Tunes win against the Monstars. Jordan at first refuses, saying he does not play basketball anymore, but changes his decision and agrees to help when the Monstars insult and humiliate him, and hurt Tweety, but first sends Bugs and Daffy Duck to his house to retrieve his basketball gear. The two have a difficult time obtaining the clothes due to the interruption of Jordan's pet dog, but his children help them out.

Meanwhile, Stan has been digging out the golf hole to find Jordan, but spots Bugs and Daffy leap down another one and pursues them, reuniting with Jordan in the Tunes' world and joins the Tune Squad. Another new recruit is Lola Bunny, a skilled basketball player whom Bugs falls in love with. The day of the match arrives, but the first half is dominated by the Monstars, leaving the Looney Tunes unconfident. Stan overhears a conversation between the Monstars and Swackhammer, learning of how they gained their talent and informs Jordan. Bugs and Jordan convince the rest of the Tune Squad to fight back, and the first quarter of the second half allows the characters to catch up using old school gags and Acme weaponry. Swackhammer decides he wants Jordan as a new attraction instead, and makes an agreement with him that he will become an attraction if he loses the match, sparing the Looney Tunes.

To ensure his victory, Swackhammer has the Monstars play dirty and injure all of the Tune Squad until only Jordan, Bugs, Daffy, Lola, and Stan are left. Stan becomes the fifth player and manages to score, but is literally flattened by the Monstars and is removed from the court to be inflated. The referee, Marvin the Martian, informs Jordan unless the team gets a fifth player, then they'll forfeit the game. Bill Murray appears and volunteers to be the team's fifth member. In the final seconds of the game, Jordan gains the ball and manages to use cartoon physics to extend his arm and score the winning points. Murray retires from the sport, and the Monstars blast Swackhammer to the moon in a rocket when they realize they do not have to take his abuse anymore. Jordan convinces them to give up the stolen talents.

Jordan and a recovered Stan return to the surface, the Nerdlucks dropping them off at Jordan's next baseball game. Later on, the two visit the incapacitated basketball players and return their talent. The players invite Jordan to a three-on-three match but when he declines, they question his loss of talent. In a move mirroring his actual comeback in 1995, Jordan returns to the Chicago Bulls to reprise his basketball career.

CastEdit

Live-action castEdit

  • Michael Jordan as himself, an NBA shooting guard for the Chicago Bulls who retires to pursue a career in baseball.
  • Brandon Hammond as the young Michael Jordan.
  • Wayne Knight as Stanley "Stan" Podolak, a publicist who makes sure nobody bothers Michael Jordan.
  • Theresa Randle as Juanita Jordan, Michael Jordan's supportive wife.
  • Bill Murray as himself, an actor and Jordan's friend.
  • Larry Bird as himself, the Boston Celtics forward and Jordan's friend.
  • Charles Barkley as himself, the Phoenix Suns power forward, who gets his talent stolen by Pound.
  • Patrick Ewing as himself, the New York Knicks center, who gets his talent stolen by Bang.
  • Shawn Bradley as himself, the Philadelphia 76ers center, who gets his talent stolen by Blanko.
  • Larry Johnson as himself, the Charlotte Hornets power forward, who gets his talent stolen by Bupkus.
  • Muggsy Bogues as himself, the Hornets point guard, who gets his talent stolen by Nawt.
  • Thom Barry as James R. Jordan, Sr., Michael Jordan's father.
  • Penny Bae Bridges as Jasmine Jordan, Michael Jordan's daughter.

Voice castEdit

Animated castEdit

  • Billy West as Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd
  • Dee Bradley Baker as Daffy Duck, Tasmanian Devil, and Toro
  • Bob Bergen as Marvin the Martian, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird and Hubie and Bertie, a pair of mice who act as the commentators of the game. Credited as "Herbie" and "Bert" respectively.
  • Bill Farmer as Foghorn Leghorn, Yosemite Sam, and Sylvester
  • Maurice LaMarche as Pepé Le Pew
  • June Foray as Granny
  • Kath Soucie as Lola Bunny, a female rabbit who plays for the Tune Squad. Lola is a new character introduced in this film.
  • Frank W. Welker as Charles, Michael's pet bulldog who menaces both Bugs and Daffy when they are in Michael's house.
  • Danny DeVito as Mr. Swackhammer, the proprietor of the intergalactic theme park "Moron Mountain" who seeks new attractions to save his failing business. He's also the film's main antagonist.
  • Pound, the orange leader of the Nerdlucks, is voiced by Jocelyn Blue as a nerdluck and Darnell Suttles as a monstar.
  • Blanko, the dim-witted and gangly blue nerdluck, is voiced by Charity James as a nerdluck and Steve Kehela as a monstar.
  • Bang, the belligerent green nerdluck, is voiced by June Melby as a nerdluck and Joey Camen as a monstar.
  • Bupkus, the giggly and crazy purple nerdluck, is voiced by Catherine Reitman as a nerdluck and Dorian Harewood as a monstar.
  • Nawt, the diminutive and clever red nerdluck, is voiced by Colleen Wainwright as a nerdluck and T.K. Carter as a monstar.

MusicEdit

Main article: Space Jam (soundtrack)

The soundtrack sold enough albums to be certified as 6x Platinum. It also served as a high point for musical artist R. Kelly, whose song "I Believe I Can Fly" not only was a hit, but earned him two Grammy Awards. Other tracks included a cover of Steve Miller Band's "Fly Like an Eagle" (by Seal), "Hit 'Em High (The Monstars' Anthem)" (by B-Real, Busta Rhymes, Coolio, LL Cool J, and Method Man), "Basketball Jones" (by Barry White & Chris Rock), "Pump up the Jam" (by Technotronic), "I Turn to You" (by All-4-One) and "For You I Will" (by Monica). The movie's title song was performed by the Quad City DJ's.

MerchandiseEdit

Video gamesEdit

There was a licensed pinball game by Sega based on the film, a video game for the PlayStation, Sega Saturn and MS-DOS by Acclaim, and a handheld LCD game by Tiger Electronics.

Home mediaEdit

Main article: Looney Tunes videography

Warner Home Video released the film on VHS, Laserdisc and DVD on March 11, 1997. The VHS tape was re-printed and re-released through Warner Home Video's catalog promotions: the Warner Bros. 75th Anniversary Celebration (1998), Century Collection (1999), Century 2000 (2000) and Warner Spotlight (2001). The film was re-released on DVD on July 25, 2000. On October 28, 2003, the film was released as a 2-disc special edition DVD including newly made extras such as a commentary track and a featurette. On November 6, 2007, the movie was featured as one of four films in Warner Home Video's 4-Film Favorites: Family Comedies collection DVD (the other three being Looney Tunes: Back in Action (released seven years after Space Jam), Osmosis Jones and Funky Monkey). On February 8, 2011, the first disc of the previous 2-disc edition was released by itself in a movie only edition DVD and on October 4, the film was released for the first time in widescreen HD on Blu-ray which, save for an hour of classic Looney Tunes shorts, ported over all the extras from the 2003 2-disc edition DVD. A double DVD and Blu-ray release, paired with Looney Tunes: Back in Action, was released on June 7, 2016. On November 15, 2016, Warner Bros. released another Blu-ray for Space Jam, to commemorate the movie's 20th Anniversary.

ToysEdit

Toys were released coinciding with the film, including various action figures released by Playmates under the short lived banner "WB Toy". The toys had limited articulation and paired Michael Jordan or another characters of the movie (Charles Barkley and the Monstars with a Looney Tunes character and accessories). Some figures depicted Michael Jordan as a basketball player, a baseball player and a golf player. The line included stuffed toys, decorated basketballs, as well as a McDonald's Happy Meal promotion.

ReceptionEdit

Critical responseEdit

On the critical response aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a rating of 37%, based on 52 reviews, with an average rating of 5.1/10. The site's consensus reads, "A harmless mishmash of basketball and animation that'll entertain kids but leave adults less than thrilled." On Metacritic, it has a score of 59 out of 100, based on 22 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave Space Jam a thumbs up, as did Gene Siskel of the Chicago Tribune, although his zeal was more subdued. In his print review, Ebert gave the film 3 1/2 stars, noting, "Space Jam is a happy marriage of good ideas—three films for the price of one, giving us a comic treatment of the career adventures of Michael Jordan, crossed with a Looney Tunes cartoon and some showbiz warfare. ... the result is delightful, a family movie in the best sense (which means the adults will enjoy it, too)." Siskel focused much of his praise on Jordan's performance, saying, "He wisely accepted as a first movie a script that builds nicely on his genial personality in an assortment of TV ads. The sound bites are just a little longer." Leonard Maltin also gave the film a positive review (three stars), stating, "Jordan is very engaging, the vintage characters perform admirably ... and the computer-generated special effects are a collective knockout." Todd McCarthy of Variety praised the film for its humor. He also praised the Looney Tunes' antics and Jordan's acting.

Although Janet Maslin of The New York Times criticized the film's animation, she later went on to say that the film is a "fond tribute to [the Looney Tunes characters'] past." Michael Wilmington of the Chicago Tribune complained about some aspects of the movie, stating, "...we don't get the co-stars' best stuff. Michael doesn't soar enough. The Looney Tunes don't pulverize us the way they did when Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng or Bob Clampett were in charge." Yet overall, he also liked the film, giving it 3 stars and saying: "Is it cute? Yes. Is it a crowd-pleaser? Yup. Is it classic? Nope. (Though it could have been.)" TV Guide gave the movie only two stars, calling it a "cynical attempt to cash in on the popularity of Warner Bros. cartoon characters and basketball player Michael Jordan, inspired by a Nike commercial." Margaret A. McGurk of The Cincinnati Enquirer gave the film 2 1/2 stars, saying, "Technical spectacle amounts do nothing without a good story."

Veteran Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies director Chuck Jones was highly critical of the film. In a 1998 interview, he expressed his views that the film was "terrible" and said, as a man who worked with the characters for almost thirty years, the story was deeply flawed. "I can tell you, with the utmost confidence," he said, "Porky Pig would never say 'I think I wet myself.'" Jones also added that, had the film been more true to the source material, Bugs Bunny would not have enlisted the help of Jordan or the other Looney Tunes characters to defeat the Monstars "and moreover, it wouldn't have taken him an hour and a half. Those aliens, whether they were tiny or colossal, would've been dealt with in short order come the seven minute mark."

Box officeEdit

Space Jam was a box office success. At the end of its run, it grossed approximately $90.4 million in the United States and an estimated $230–$250 million internationally. As of July 2017, Box Office Mojo ranks it as the highest grossing basketball film of all time.

The film made its television premiere on ABC's The Wonderful World of Disney on November 14, 1999.

AccoladesEdit

  • 1997 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards
  • 1997 Annie Awards
    • Won: Best Individual Achievement: Technical Achievement
    • Nomination: Best Animated Feature
    • Nomination: Best Individual Achievement: Directing in a Feature Production (Bruce W. Smith and Tony Cervone)
    • Nomination: Best Individual Achievement: Producing in a Feature Production (Ron Tippe)
  • 1997 Grammy Awards
  • 1997 MTV Movie Awards
  • 1997 Satellite Awards
  • 1997 World Animation Celebration
    • Won: Best Use of Animation in a Motion Picture Trailer
  • 1997 Young Artist Awards
    • Nomination: Best Family Feature- Animation or Special Effects

In other mediaEdit

The Monstars make a cameo in the Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain episode "Star Warners" (a parody of Star Wars). Jordan himself, who was a spokesman for MCI Communications before the film was made, would appear with the Looney Tunes characters (as "his Space Jam buddies") in several MCI commercials for several years after the film was released before MCI merged with WorldCom and subsequently Verizon Communications. Bugs had previously appeared with Jordan as "Hare Jordan" in Nike ads for the Air Jordan VII and Air Jordan VIII. In 2013, Yahoo! Screen released a parody of ESPN's 30 for 30 about the game shown in the film. The short dates the game as taking place on November 17, 1995, although Jordan's real-life return to basketball occurred on March 18.

SequelEdit

In February 2014, Warner Bros. announced a potential sequel set to star LeBron James. Charlie Ebersol was set to produce, with a script by his brother, Willie. Representatives of James denied the claim that he would be involved. In May 2014, James was quoted as saying, "I've always loved Space Jam. It was one of my favorite movies growing up. If I have the opportunity, it will be great." In July 2015, James and his production company, SpringHill Entertainment, signed a deal with Warner Bros. for television, movies and digital content after receiving positive reviews for his acting role in Trainwreck. On May 2, 2016, Justin Lin was said to be in talks to direct the sequel; co-writing the screenplay with Andrew Dodge and Alfredo Botello. In August 2016, the Sneaker Bar Detroit company said that the movie is still in the works. On November 15, 2016, the film's anniversary, a teaser trailer, in the form of a Nike advertisement, was released on Twitter under #MonstarsBack. On December 1, 2016, Bugs Bunny and the Monstars returned in a Foot Locker commercial starring Blake Griffin and Jimmy Butler.

In a November 2016 interview with Mr. Wavvy, Space Jam director Joe Pytka revealed that following the first film's success, he had been pitched a "really weird" idea for a sequel that would have starred pro golfer Tiger Woods, with Jordan in a smaller role. Pytka explained how the idea came from an out of studio script conference, with people who worked on the original film allegedly involved. Ultimately, nothing materialised from the idea. Producer Ivan Reitman participated in similar interview with Mr. Wavvy, also in November 2016, in which he also revealed an idea he had for a sequel, though his sequel would have starred Jordan.

TranscriptEdit

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Music

Theme Song | Fly Like an Eagle | The Winner | I Believe I Can Fly | Hit 'Em High (The Monstars' Anthem) | I Found My Smile Again | For You I Will | Upside Down ('Round-N-'Round) | Givin' U All That I've Got | Basketball Jones | I Turn to You | All of My Days | That's the Way (I Like It) | Buggin'

Locations

Moron Mountain | Looney Tune Land | The Tune Stadium | Schlesinger Gym

See Also

Looney Tunes | Merrie Melodies | Looney Tunes: Back in Action


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Media
Franchises: Show-logo-looneyTunesMerrie Melodies logo

Shorts:
Television: The Bugs Bunny ShowThe Porky Pig ShowThe Road Runner ShowThe Merrie Melodies ShowSylvester and TweetyThe Daffy Duck ShowThe Daffy/Speedy ShowLooney Tunes on NickelodeonMerrie Melodies Starring Bugs Bunny and FriendsThat's Warner Bros.!Bugs N' Daffy
Feature Films: The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner MovieThe Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny MovieBugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit TalesDaffy Duck's Fantastic IslandDaffy Duck's QuackbustersSpace JamThe Looney Tunes Hall of FameLooney Tunes: Back in Action
Specials: Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie GhouliesCarnival of the AnimalsBugs Bunny's Easter SpecialBugs Bunny in SpaceBugs Bunny's Howl-o-Ween SpecialA Connecticut Rabbit in King Arthur's CourtBugs Bunny's ValentineBugs Bunny's Looney Christmas TalesHow Bugs Bunny Won the WestThe Bugs Bunny Mother's Day SpecialBugs Bunny's Thanksgiving DietDaffy Duck's Easter SpecialBugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All OverThe Bugs Bunny Mystery SpecialDaffy Duck's Thanks-For-Giving SpecialBugs Bunny: All American HeroBugs Bunny's Mad World of TelevisionAn Ounce of PreventionBugs vs. Daffy: Battle of the Music Video StarsBugs Bunny's Wild World of SportsHappy Birthday Bugs! 50 Looney YearsBugs Bunny's Overtures to DisasterBugs Bunny's Creature FeaturesBugs Bunny's Lunar Tunes

Characters
Main characters: Barnyard DawgBeaky BuzzardBugs BunnyCecil TurtleCharlie DogClaude CatDaffy DuckElmer FuddFoghorn LeghornGossamerGrannyHector the BulldogHenery HawkHippety HopperHubie and BertieLola BunnyMac and ToshMarc Anthony and PussyfootMarvin the MartianMichigan J. FrogMiss PrissyPenelope PussycatPepé Le PewPete PumaPorky PigRalph WolfRoad RunnerSam SheepdogSpeedy GonzalesSylvesterSylvester Jr.TazTweety BirdWile E. CoyoteWitch HazelYosemite Sam

Minor characters: Blacque Jacque ShellacqueBoskoThe CrusherGiovanni JonesYoyo DodoTasmanian She-DevilMelissa DuckHugo the Abominable SnowmanSpike and ChesterNasty CanastaThe GremlinPrivate SnafuPetunia PigPlayboy PenguinShropshire SlasherCount BloodcountMama BuzzardColonel ShuffleEgghead Jr.Owl JolsonToro the BullRocky and MugsyMinah BirdInkiBeansLittle KittyHam And ExOliver OwlPiggyGabby GoatBuddyHoneySlowpoke RodriguezThe Three BearsFoxyK-9A. FleaSnifflesConstruction WorkerFrisky PuppyRalph MouseHoney BunnyRoxyThe Martin BrothersRalph PhillipsClyde BunnyFauntleroy FlipDr. I.Q. HiGruesome GorillaSloppy MoeHatta MariBusinessmanThe WeaselWiloughbyThe Two Curious PuppiesCool CatBabbit and CatstelloInstant MartiansBobo the ElephantColonel RimfireSmokey The GenieJose and ManuelMerlin the Magic Mouse and Second BananaConrad the CatAngus MacRoryBanty RoosterThree Little PigsTom TurkeyGoopy GeerNelly the GiraffeAla BahmaDr. LorreCottontail SmithBunny and ClaudeClaude HopperThe Hep CatThe Drunk StorkThe CatSinging CatSouthern SheriffOld Woman's CanaryOld Woman's CatBluebeardPorky's Drunken FriendsOld WomanLittle Red Riding Hood's Grandma • Little Red Riding Hood (Little Red Walking Hood/Little Red Riding Rabbit/Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears) • Goldilocks (The Bear's Tale/Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears) • The CrowKing ArthurKing Arthur's Knights

Studios
Warner Bros. CartoonsDePatie-Freleng EnterprisesFormat FilmsChuck Jones EnterprisesReel FX
People
Dave BarryWarren BatchelderMel BlancTed BonnicksenArthur Q. BryanBill ButlerBob ClampettRuss DysonMilt FranklynFriz FrelengManny GouldGeorge GrandpreKen HarrisHugh HarmanRochelle HudsonRudolf IsingUb IwerksChuck JonesCarman MaxwellNorman McCabeChuck McKimsonRobert McKimsonTom McKimsonWillian LavaLou LillyMichael MalteseTedd PierceHawley PrattTom RayVirgil RossLeon SchlesingerRob ScribnerEddie SelzerCarl StallingLarry Storch
Music/Songs
A Hot Time in the Old Town TonightWhistle and Blow Your Blues AwayI Think You're DuckyThe Merry-Go-Round Broke DownMerrily We Roll Along
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Porky's Hare HuntPrest-O Change-OHare-um Scare-um
1940s
Elmer's Candid CameraA Wild HareElmer's Pet RabbitTortoise Beats HareHiawatha's Rabbit HuntThe Heckling HareAll This and Rabbit StewWabbit TwoubleThe Wabbit Who Came to SupperThe Wacky WabbitHold the Lion, PleaseBugs Bunny Gets the BoidFresh HareThe Hare-Brained HypnotistCase of the Missing HareTortoise Wins by a HareSuper-RabbitJack-Wabbit and the BeanstalkWackiki WabbitFalling HareLittle Red Riding RabbitWhat's Cookin' Doc?Bugs Bunny and the Three BearsBugs Bunny Nips the NipsHare Ribbin'Hare ForceBuckaroo BugsThe Old Grey HareStage Door CartoonHerr Meets HareThe Unruly HareHare TriggerHare ConditionedHare TonicBaseball BugsHare RemoverHair-Raising HareAcrobatty BunnyRacketeer RabbitThe Big SnoozeRhapsody RabbitRabbit TransitA Hare Grows in ManhattanEaster YeggsSlick HareGorilla My DreamsA Feather in His HareRabbit PunchBuccaneer BunnyBugs Bunny Rides AgainHaredevil HareHot Cross BunnyHare SplitterA-Lad-In His LampMy Bunny Lies Over The SeaHare DoMississippi HareRebel RabbitHigh Diving HareBowery BugsLong-Haired HareKnights Must FallThe Grey Hounded HareThe Windblown HareFrigid HareWhich Is WitchRabbit Hood
1950s
Hurdy-Gurdy HareMutiny on the BunnyHomeless HareBig House BunnyWhat's Up Doc?8 Ball BunnyHillbilly HareBunker Hill BunnyBushy HareRabbit of SevilleHare We GoRabbit Every MondayBunny HuggedThe Fair-Haired HareRabbit FireFrench RarebitHis Hare-Raising TaleBallot Box BunnyBig Top BunnyOperation: RabbitFoxy by Proxy14 Carrot RabbitWater, Water Every HareThe Hasty HareOily HareRabbit SeasoningRabbit's KinHare LiftForward March HareUpswept HareSouthern Fried RabbitHare TrimmedBully for BugsLumber Jack-RabbitDuck! Rabbit, Duck!Robot RabbitCaptain HareblowerBugs and ThugsNo Parking HareDevil May HareBewitched BunnyYankee Doodle BugsBaby Buggy BunnyBeanstalk BunnySahara HareHare BrushRabbit RampageThis is a Life?Hyde and HareKnight-mare HareRoman Legion-HareBugs' BonnetsBroom-Stick BunnyRabbitson CrusoeNapoleon Bunny-PartBarbary-Coast BunnyHalf-Fare HareA Star Is BoredWideo WabbitTo Hare Is HumanAli Baba BunnyBedeviled RabbitPiker's PeakWhat's Opera, Doc?Bugsy and MugsyShow Biz BugsRabbit RomeoHare-Less WolfHare-Way To The StarsNow, Hare ThisKnightly Knight BugsPre-Hysterical HareBaton BunnyHare-Abian NightsApes of WrathBackwoods BunnyWild and Woolly HareBonanza BunnyA Witch's Tangled HarePeople Are Bunny
1960s
Horse HarePerson to BunnyRabbit's FeatFrom Hare to HeirLighter Than HareThe Abominable Snow RabbitCompressed HarePrince ViolentWet HareBill of HareShishkabugsDevil's Feud CakeThe Million HareHare-Breadth HurryThe UnmentionablesMad as a Mars HareTransylvania 6-5000Dumb PatrolDr. Devil and Mr. HareThe Iceman DuckethFalse Hare
1970s-present
Bugs Bunny's Christmas CarolThe Fright Before ChristmasPortrait of the Artist as a Young BunnySpaced Out BunnyBox-Office BunnyBlooper BunnyInvasion of the Bunny SnatchersCarrotblancaFrom Hare to EternityDaffy Duck for PresidentHare and Loathing in Las Vegas



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1930s

Porky's Duck Hunt | Daffy Duck & Egghead | What Price Porky | Porky & Daffy | The Daffy Doc | Daffy Duck in Hollywood | Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur | Scalp Trouble | Wise Quacks | Naughty Neighbors

1940s

Porky's Last Stand | You Ought to Be in Pictures | A Coy Decoy | The Henpecked Duck | Conrad the Sailor | Daffy's Southern Exposure | The Impatient Patient | The Daffy Duckaroo | My Favorite Duck | To Duck or Not to Duck | The Wise Quacking Duck | Yankee Doodle Daffy | Porky Pig's Feat | Scrap Happy Daffy | A Corny Concerto | Daffy - The Commando | Tom Turk and Daffy | Tick Tock Tuckered | Duck Soup to Nuts | Slightly Daffy | Plane Daffy | The Stupid Cupid | Draftee Daffy | Ain't That Ducky | Nasty Quacks | Book Revue | Baby Bottleneck | Daffy Doodles | Hollywood Daffy | The Great Piggy Bank Robbery | The Birth of a Notion | Along Came Daffy | A Pest in the House | Mexican Joyride | What Makes Daffy Duck | Daffy Duck Slept Here | The Up-Standing Sitter |You Were Never Duckier | Daffy Dilly | The Stupor Salesman | Riff Raffy Daffy | Wise Quackers | Holiday for Drumsticks | Daffy Duck Hunt

1950s

Boobs in the Woods | The Scarlet Pumpernickel | His Bitter Half | Golden Yeggs | The Ducksters | Rabbit Fire | Drip-Along Daffy | The Prize Pest | Thumb Fun | Cracked Quack | Rabbit Seasoning | The Super Snooper | Fool Coverage | Duck Amuck | Muscle Tussle | Duck Dodgers and the 24 1/2 Century | Duck, Rabbit, Duck! | Quack Shot | Design for Leaving | My Little Duckaroo | Beanstalk Bunny | Stork Naked | Sahara Hare | This is a Life? | Dime to Retire | The High and the Flighty | Rocket Squad | Stupor Duck | A Star is Bored | Deduce, You Say | Ali Baba Bunny | Boston Quackie | Ducking the Devil | Show Biz Bugs | Don't Axe Me | Robin Hood Daffy | China Jones | Apes of Wrath | People Are Bunny

1960s

Person to Bunny | The Abominable Snow Rabbit | Daffy's Inn Trouble | Quackodile Tears | Good Noose | Fast Buck Duck | The Million Hare | Aqua Duck | The Iceman Ducketh | It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House | Moby Duck | Assault and Peppered | Well Worn Daffy | Surpressed Duck | Corn on the Cop | Tease for Two | Chili Con Corny | Go Go Amigo | The Astroduck | Mucho Locos | Mexican Mousepiece | Daffy Rents | A-Haunting We Will Go | Snow Excuse | A Squeak in the Deep | Feather Finger | Swing Ding Amigo | A Taste of Catnip | Daffy's Diner | Quacker Tracker | The Music Mice-Tro | The Spy Swatter | Speedy Ghost to Town | Rodent to Stardom | Go Away Stowaway | Fiesta Fiasco | Skyscraper Caper | See You Later, Gladiator

1970s-present

Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Ghoulies | Carnival of the Animals | Daffy Duck's Easter Special | Daffy Duck's Thanks-for-Giving Special | Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24 1/2th Century | The Duxorcist | Night of the Living Duck | (Blooper) Bunny | Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers | Carrotblanca | Superior Duck | Duck Dodgers in Attack of the Drones | Daffy Duck for President | Daffy's Rhapsody

See Also

The Bugs Bunny Show | The Porky Pig Show | The Merrie Melodies Show | The Daffy Duck Show (1978) | Daffy Duck's Movie: Fantastic Island | Tiny Toon Adventures | Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny & Friends | Daffy Duck and the Great Paint Caper | Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions | Bugs N' Daffy | The Daffy Duck Show (1996) | Space Jam | Daffy Duck: Fowl Play | Duck Dodgers: Starring Daffy Duck | Baby Looney Tunes | Duck Dodgers (TV series) | Looney Tunes: Back in Action | Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas | The Looney Tunes Show | Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run | New Looney Tunes



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Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies
Animated series: The Bugs Bunny Show | Tiny Toon Adventures | Taz-Mania | The Plucky Duck Show | The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries | Baby Looney Tunes | Duck Dodgers | Loonatics Unleashed | The Looney Tunes Show | New Looney Tunes

Film series: Bugs Bunny: Superstar | The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie | The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie | Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales | Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island | Daffy Duck's Quackbusters | Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation (direct-to-video) | Space Jam (live-action) | Tweety's High-Flying Adventure (direct-to-video) | Baby Looney Tunes' Eggs-traordinary Adventure (direct-to-video) | Looney Tunes: Back in Action (live-action) | Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas (direct-to-video) | Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run(direct-to-video) | Untitled Space Jam/Looney Tunes Sequel (live-action)

DC Comics
Animated series: Batman: The Animated Series | Superman: The Animated Series | The New Batman Adventures | Batman Beyond | Static Shock | The Zeta Project | Justice League | Teen Titans | Justice League Unlimited | The Batman | Krypto the Superdog | Legion of Super Heroes | Batman: The Brave and the Bold | Young Justice | Green Lantern: The Animated Series | DC Nation Shorts | Teen Titans Go! | Beware the Batman | Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles | Vixen | Justice League Action

Animated film series: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm | Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero | Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker | Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman | The Batman vs. Dracula | Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo | Superman: Doomsday | Justice League: The New Frontier | Batman: Gotham Knight | Wonder Woman | Green Lantern: First Flight | Superman/Batman: Public Enemies | Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths | Batman: Under the Red Hood | Superman/Batman: Apocalypse | All-Star Superman | Green Lantern: Emerald Knights | Batman: Year One | Justice League: Doom | Superman vs. The Elite | Batman: The Dark Knight Returns | Superman: Unbound | Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox | JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time | Justice League: War | Son of Batman | Batman: Assault on Arkham | Justice League: Throne of Atlantis | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League | Batman vs. Robin | Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts | Justice League: Gods and Monsters | Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom | Batman: Bad Blood | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Cosmic Clash | Justice League vs. Teen Titans | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Gotham City Breakout | Batman: The Killing Joke | DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year | Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants | Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders | The Lego Batman Movie

Scooby-Doo!
Animated series: What's New, Scooby-Doo? | Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! | Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated | Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!

Direct-to-video film series: Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island | Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost | Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders | Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase | Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire | Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico | Scooby-Doo! and the Loch Ness Monster | Aloha, Scooby-Doo! | Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? | Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! | Chill Out, Scooby-Doo! | Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King | Scooby-Doo! and the Samurai Sword | Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo | Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare | Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur | Scooby-Doo! Music of the Vampire | Big Top Scooby-Doo! | Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon | Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map | Scooby-Doo! Stage Fright | Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery | Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy | Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness | Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery | Lego Scooby-Doo! Haunted Hollywood | Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon | Scooby-Doo! Shaggy's Showdown

Animaniacs
Animaniacs | Pinky and the Brain | Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain
Tom and Jerry
Animated series: Tom and Jerry Tales | The Tom and Jerry Show

Direct-to-video film series: Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring | Tom and Jerry: Blast Off to Mars | Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry | Tom and Jerry: Shiver Me Whiskers | Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale | Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes | Tom and Jerry and the Wizard of Oz | Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse | Tom and Jerry's Giant Adventure | Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon | Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest (crossover) | Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz | Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Other TV series
Freakazoid! | Histeria! | Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island | Detention | Baby Blues | Ozzy & Drix | ¡Mucha Lucha! | 3 South | Xiaolin Showdown | Firehouse Tales | Johnny Test | Road Rovers | Mad | ThunderCats | Waynehead | Mike Tyson Mysteries | Bunnicula | Green Eggs and Ham | Peanuts
Films, distribution only
Gay Purr-ee | Animalympics | The Flight of Dragons | Hey Good Lookin' | Twice Upon a Time | Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer | The Nutcracker Prince | Rover Dangerfield | Thumbelina | A Troll in Central Park | The Pebble and the Penguin | Cats Don't Dance | The Fearless Four | Pippi Longstocking | The Mighty Kong | The King and I | Pokémon: The First Movie | Tobias and His Lion | Pokémon: The Movie 2000 | The Scarecrow | Pokémon 3: The Movie | The Little Polar Bear | The Powerpuff Girls Movie | Caillou's Holiday Movie (Non-Time Warner) | Laura's Star | Clifford's Really Big Movie | Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light | The Polar Express | Corpse Bride | The Little Polar Bear 2 - The Mysterious Island | The Ant Bully | Happy Feet | The Trip to Panama | TMNT | Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters | Lottie and Lisa | Appleseed Ex Machina | Star Wars: The Clone Wars | Little Dodo | Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole | Top Cat: The Movie | Happy Feet Two | Rabbit Without Ears and Two-Eared Chick | Top Cat Begins | Regular Show: The Movie
Original films
Gay Purr-ee | Batman: Mask of the Phantasm | Space Jam | Quest for Camelot | The Iron Giant | Osmosis Jones | Looney Tunes: Back in Action | The Lego Movie | Storks | The Lego Batman Movie | The Lego Ninjago Movie | Smallfoot | S.C.O.O.B. | The Lego Movie Sequel | Untitled Tom and Jerry Movie Project (upcoming) | Untitled Jetsons Movie Reboot (upcoming) | Untitled Flintstones Movie Reboot (upcoming) | Untitled Jonny Quest Project (upcoming) | Untitled Warner Animation Group Project (upcoming)
Other direct-to-video films
Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero | Wakko's Wish | Kangaroo Jack: G'Day U.S.A.! | ¡Mucha Lucha!: The Return of El Maléfico | The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown! | The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania! | Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown


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Scooby-Doo (film), Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
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