Looney tunes cartoons
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Oct 25, 2015 - I had a lot of favourites cartoons growing up, but my all time most favourite was Foghorn Leghorn. He was a legend and I roared laughing at every episode. I still do... See more ideas about foghorn leghorn, classic cartoons, classic cartoon characters.
Deon Cotton saved to having fun
Click on pictures for the largest view. Hello and Happy Monday Cartoon Character Pictures MONDAYS - Snif - Peanuts with sad Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Woodstock MONDAY - Peanuts Snoopy sleeping on top of text Monday MONDAYS. - Sad Snoopy lying on top of his dog house This is Monday. Z - Peanuts Peppermint Patty sleeping on her school desk with her friend Marcie Mondays. - Peanuts tired Peppermint Patty It's Monday WAAH! - Peanuts Snoopy crying Another Monday... - Popeye the Sailorman MONDAYS…
Kathy Hethcox saved to Foghorn Leghorn
What if cartoon characters were humans? Now I am not talking about cartoon characters that already look somewhat like humans or are supposed to be humans in the fantasy world. I am talking about Disney and Pixar characters that are some sort of inanimate objects or animals that have come to life on our screens.
Tyas Chaney saved to Quick Saves
Cecil Turtle is one of the main antagonists of the show. Unlike the tyrannical, power-hungry Marvin, the goofy, stupid Sam, and the ravenous, intelligent Wile E., Cecil is considered scheming and malevolent; unfortunately despite this, he has a habit of idiocy and thus can cause trouble for the show's heroes. In Customer Service, Cecil Turtle, an operator for Transvisitron Cable, turns Bugs's cable off during a basketball game, to give himself pleasure. Bugs then calls Transvisitron Cable…
CR saved to Animation/Cartoon Characters Board
They need to bring back Looney Tunes
LittleKatieMay saved to Non-Disney
A whole heap of different baby looney tunes pics
Debra Dillon saved to hello and other quotes
1. Looney Tunes was created to promote Warner Brother's music catalog in the 1930's. That's why it's "Tunes" and not "Toons."
Ben saved to Random Facts