Devil_Rising wrote:Excellent choices.
However, you forgot arguably the funniest of them all: Tex Avery.
mariomaniac45213 wrote:I don't know who did it each episode or whatever but I like the old Bugs Bunny cartoons. (newer ones suck donkeyballs) I also don't know the name of the episodes. (excuse me i'm young) but I did enjoy Bugs and the bull, Duck Season/Rabbit Season, Duck Amuck, Every episode with Yosimite Sam, Daffy as Robbin Hood, Bugs meets Wil.E Coyote "Super Genius" ahh good times. I have heard of Tex Avery and Chuck Jones I just never knew what cartoons they worked on. Guess I never payed any attention.
vivi wrote:chuck jones i say is the best out of them. Obviously the most famous out of them too, i liked the tom and jerry episodes he did
Devil_Rising wrote:Oh I don't know dude. I agree with you on Jones' Tom & Jerry cartoons. Not that great to me either. But I always thought his two Raggedy Ann and Andy TV specials were awesome.
And as for DePatie-Freleng, well, the TV cartoons they made, for the most part, you're right, weren't that good. But the Pink Panther shorts are pure brilliance. And that company did also produce the Dr. Seuss cartoon adaptations (as a matter of fact, Jones did a couple of those too). That alone is worth commendation.
tendoboy1984 wrote:vivi wrote:chuck jones i say is the best out of them. Obviously the most famous out of them too, i liked the tom and jerry episodes he did
Will Hanna & Joseph Barbera made the best Tom & Jerry cartoons. Chuck Jones versions were so boring and uninspired.
tendoboy1984 wrote:FUN FACT: Bob Clampett created Tweety; one of the first Tweety cartoons was "Birdy and the Beast", directed by Clampett.
Friz Freleng eventually paired Tweety up with Sylvester, and thus began the popular cat vs yellow canary feud that we all love.
TYFIGHTER wrote:Whoever made the episode starring Owl Jolson, the best Looney Tunes character ever!
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