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This is a list of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies which were given Blue Ribbon reissues by Warner Bros. between 1943 and 1968.

BackgroundEdit

Further information: Merrie Melodies: Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies

The Blue Ribbon program was initiated in late 1943 as a way to cut costs for producing cartoons during World War II, and later as a way to compete against the growing popularity of television. Through the 1955-56 season, the reissues had a given season's opening rings, followed by a title card which showed a blue ribbon (hence the program's title) and a Grand Shorts Award trophy. For the first few seconds of this part, the Merrie Melodies logo was shown on top, with the legends "A WARNER BROS. CARTOON" (or in the earlier years, "Produced by LEON SCHLESINGER") and either "IN TECHNICOLOR" (1943–48), "Color by TECHNICOLOR" (1948–54), "COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR"/"PRINT BY TECHNICOLOR (both 1954-57, the "PRINT.." variation was used if the cartoon was originally made/released in Cinecolor), or "TECHNICOLOR" (1957–64) being shown on the bottom. Afterwards, the title of the cartoon appeared. There was one exception to this (see "Anomalies" below).

Beginning with the 1956-57 season, the part where the cartoon's title being showed on the aforementioned background was eliminated. Instead, the original technical credits were shown (though the rings - but not the original opening and closing music - were still replaced).

From the 1949-1950 through 1957-1958 release seasons, the Blue Ribbon reissues were assigned new production numbers which appeared below the WB shield on the main title. During the time of the cartoon studio's shutdown, the 1953-1954 (#'s 1351-1363) and 1954-1955 (#'s 1364-1377) reissue production number groups ran back to back.

Only color cartoons were eligible to be reissued in this program.

AnomaliesEdit

The 1940 cartoon The Mighty Hunters was the one exception to the original rule. The 1952-53 opening rings and "Blue Ribbon" title card were shown as normal, but then proceeded to the original technical credits. This was the only cartoon which ended up in the a.a.p. package (released prior to August 1, 1948) to be reissued under the 1956-57 (and later) rules.

On the other hand, only five cartoons which WB would keep for their own TV packages (released August 1, 1948 or later) were reissued under the original 1943 rules (the technical credits are removed). These were: Daffy Dilly, The Foghorn Leghorn, Kit for Cat, Scaredy Cat, and You Were Never Duckier. The latter cartoon was reissued in the 1954-55 season, while the others were reissued during the 1955-56 season.

Recreated titlesEdit

For unknown reasons, two pre-1948 shorts (both 1995 "dubbed" versions) contain recreated titles under the supervision of media mogul Ted Turner. These shorts are:

Reissues cartoonsEdit

Title[1] Original release date[2] Original series[3] Reissue season[4] Reissue release date[5]
The Country Mouse 1935-07-13 MM 1952–53 1953-03-14
The Merry Old Soul 1935-08-17 MM 1951–52 1952-08-02
The Lady in Red 1935-09-07 MM 1951–52 1951-10-13
Little Dutch Plate 1935-10-19 MM 1952–53 1953-04-11
Flowers for Madame 1935-11-30 MM 1950–51 1951-02-03
The Cat Came Back 1936-02-08 MM 1943–44, 1953–54 1944-07-15, 1954-06-05
I'm a Big Shot Now 1936-04-11 MM 1944–45 1945-08-04
Let It Be Me 1936-05-09 MM 1944–45 1944-09-16
When I Yoo Hoo 1936-06-27 MM 1944–45 1945-02-24
I Love to Singa 1936-07-18 MM 1944–45 1944-11-18
Sunday Go to Meetin' Time 1936-08-08 MM 1944–45 1944-10-28
Don't Look Now 1936-11-07 MM 1947–48 1948-04-10
He Was Her Man 1937-01-02 MM 1948–49 1949-04-02
Pigs Is Pigs 1937-01-30 MM 1946–47 1947-02-22
I Only Have Eyes for You 1937-03-06 MM 1944–45 1945-03-17
The Fella with the Fiddle 1937-03-27 MM 1944–45 1945-01-20
Ain't We Got Fun 1937-05-01 MM 1944–45 1945-04-21
Sweet Sioux 1937-07-03 MM 1943–44 1944-04-08
Plenty of Money and You 1937-07-31 MM 1944–45 1944-12-09
A Sunbonnet Blue 1937-08-21 MM 1945–46 1945-11-17
Speaking of the Weather 1937-09-04 MM 1944–45 1945-07-21
I Wanna Be a Sailor 1937-09-25 MM 1948–49 1949-04-30
The Lyin' Mouse 1937-10-16 MM 1945–46 1945-12-22
Little Red Walking Hood 1937-11-06 MM 1945–46 1946-08-17
September in the Rain 1937-12-18 MM 1944–45 1944-09-30
Daffy Duck and Egghead 1938-01-01 MM 1945–46 1946-04-20
My Little Buckaroo 1938-01-29 MM 1943–44 1943-11-06
The Sneezing Weasel 1938-03-12 MM 1946–47 1947-07-26
Now That Summer Is Gone 1938-05-14 MM 1946–47 1947-11-22
Katnip Kollege 1938-06-11 MM 1945–46 1946-05-04
Have You Got Any Castles? 1938-06-25 MM 1946–47 1947-02-01
The Isle of Pingo Pongo 1938-05-28 MM 1943–44 1944-08-19
A Feud There Was 1938-09-24 MM 1943–44, 1952–53 1943-09-11, 1952-09-13
Little Pancho Vanilla 1938-10-08 MM 1947–48 1948-03-20
Johnny Smith and Poker-Huntas 1938-10-22 MM 1945–46 1946-06-22
You're an Education 1938-11-05 MM 1946–47 1946-10-26
The Night Watchman 1938-11-19 MM 1945–46 1946-05-18
The Mice Will Play 1938-12-31 MM 1948–49 1949-08-06
Dog Gone Modern 1939-01-14 MM 1946–47 1947-06-14
Robin Hood Makes Good 1939-02-11 MM 1945–46 1946-07-06
A Day at the Zoo 1939-03-11 MM 1952–53 1952-11-08
Prest-o Change-o 1939-03-25 MM 1948–49 1949-02-05
Thugs With Dirty Mugs 1939-05-06 MM 1943–44 1944-06-03
Hobo Gadget Band 1939-05-27 MM 1947–48 1948-02-14
Old Glory 1939-07-01 MM 1944–45, 1953–54 1945-08-25, 1953-09-12
Dangerous Dan McFoo 1939-07-15 MM 1947–48 1948-01-31
Little Brother Rat 1939-09-02 MM 1945–46 1946-06-08
Sioux Me 1939-09-09 MM 1950–51 1951-07-21
The Little Lion Hunter 1939-10-07 MM 1945–46 1946-03-23
The Good Egg 1939-10-21 MM 1946–47 1946-01-05
Fresh Fish 1939-11-04 MM 1945–46 1946-04-06
Fagin's Freshman 1939-11-18 MM 1950–51 1950-09-16
Sniffles and the Bookworm 1939-12-02 MM 1951–52 1951-11-10
The Curious Puppy 1939-12-30 MM 1947–48 1948-04-24
The Early Worm Gets the Bird 1940-01-13 MM 1943–44, 1952–53 1943-10-02, 1952-11-29
The Mighty Hunters 1940-01-27 MM 1952–53 1953-06-13
Busy Bakers 1940-02-10 MM 1944–45 1945-10-20
Cross-Country Detours 1940-03-16 MM 1943–44 1944-01-15
The Bear's Tale 1940-04-13 MM 1943–44 1944-03-11
Sniffles Takes a Trip 1940-05-11 MM 1952–53 1953-08-01
Tom Thumb in Trouble 1940-06-08 MM 1949–50 1949-09-24
Circus Today 1940-06-22 MM 1947–48 1948-05-22
Little Blabbermouse 1940-07-06 MM 1947–48 1948-06-12
The Egg Collector 1940-07-20 MM 1948–49 1949-07-16
A Wild Hare 1940-07-27 MM 1943–44 1944-06-17
Stage Fright 1940-09-28 MM 1950–51 1951-06-23
Wacky Wildlife 1940-11-09 MM 1952–53 1953-08-29
Bedtime for Sniffles 1940-11-23 MM 1948–49 1949-01-01
Of Fox and Hounds 1940-12-07 MM 1943–44, 1953–54 1944-05-13, 1954-02-06
The Fighting 69½th 1941-01-18 MM 1943–44, 1952–53 1943-12-04, 1953-07-11
Sniffles Bells the Cat 1941-02-01 MM 1946–47 1947-09-20
The Cat's Tale 1941-03-01 MM 1946–47 1947-03-29
Goofy Groceries 1941-03-29 MM 1946–47 1947-04-19
Toy Trouble 1941-04-12 MM 1949–50 1949-12-31
The Trial of Mister Wolf 1941-04-26 MM 1945–46, 1954–55 1946-02-09, 1954-12-25
Farm Frolics 1941-05-10 MM 1949–50 1949-10-15
Hollywood Steps Out 1941-05-24 MM 1947–48 1948-10-02
Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt 1941-06-07 MM 1943–44 1944-02-12
The Wacky Worm 1941-06-21 MM 1946–47 1946-10-12
Inki and the Lion 1941-07-19 MM 1949–50 1950-05-20
Snowtime for Comedy 1941-08-30 MM 1951–52 1952-04-12
Brave Little Bat 1941-09-27 MM 1951–52 1952-03-15
The Bug Parade 1941-10-11 MM 1951–52 1952-07-12
The Cagey Canary 1941-11-22 MM 1946–47 1947-10-11
Rhapsody in Rivets 1941-12-06 MM 1946–47, 1954–55 1947-08-16, 1954-09-11
Hop, Skip, and a Chump 1942-01-03 MM 1948–49 1949-03-05
Horton Hatches the Egg 1942-04-11 MM 1948–49 1949-06-18
Double Chaser 1942-06-27 MM 1949–50 1950-03-25
The Squawkin' Hawk 1942-08-08 MM 1947–48 1948-07-10
Fox Pop 1942-09-05 MM 1946–47 1946-09-28
The Hep Cat 1942-10-03 LT 1949–50 1949-11-12
The Sheepish Wolf 1942-10-17 MM 1949–50 1950-03-04
A Tale of Two Kitties 1942-11-21 MM 1947–48 1948-07-31
My Favorite Duck 1942-12-05 LT 1949–50 1950-01-28
Pigs in a Polka 1943-02-06 MM 1947–48 1948-08-14
The Fifth Column Mouse 1943-03-06 MM 1949–50 1950-04-22
Flop Goes the Weasel 1943-03-20 MM 1948–49 1949-05-21
The Unbearable Bear 1943-04-17 MM 1950–51 1950-12-09
Greetings Bait 1943-05-15 MM 1947–48 1948-08-28
The Aristo-Cat 1943-06-19 MM 1950–51 1950-11-11
Hiss and Make Up 1943-09-11 MM 1947–48 1948-09-18
Fin n' Catty 1943-10-23 MM 1948–49 1948-12-11
Inki and the Mynah Bird 1943-11-13 MM 1948–49 1949-08-20
An Itch in Time 1943-12-04 MM 1948–49 1948-10-30
Tick Tock Tuckered 1944-04-08 LT 1949–50 1950-06-03
Swooner Crooner 1944-05-06 LT 1948–49 1949-02-12
Duck Soup to Nuts 1944-05-27 LT 1950–51 1951-01-06
Slightly Daffy 1944-06-17 MM 1950–51 1950-10-14
From Hand to Mouse 1944-08-05 LT 1951–52 1952-02-09
Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears 1944-09-02 MM 1951–52 1951-12-01
Lost and Foundling 1944-09-30 MM 1949–50 1950-08-26
Booby Hatched 1944-10-14 LT 1949–50 1950-07-01
The Stupid Cupid 1944-11-25 LT 1950–51 1951-09-01
Odor-able Kitty 1945-01-06 LT 1950–51 1951-04-21
Trap-Happy Porky 1945-02-24 LT 1949–50 1950-08-05
Life with Feathers 1945-02-24 MM 1950–51 1951-03-03
Ain't That Ducky 1945-05-19 LT 1952–53 1953-05-02
A Tale of Two Mice 1945-06-30 LT 1952–53 1953-01-10
Fresh Airedale 1945-08-25 MM 1951–52 1952-08-30
The Bashful Buzzard 1945-09-15 LT 1952–53 1953-02-07
Peck Up Your Troubles 1945-10-20 MM 1950–51 1951-03-24
Book Revue 1946-01-05 LT 1950–51 1951-05-19
Holiday for Shoestrings 1946-02-23 MM 1951–52 1951-09-15
Baby Bottleneck 1946-03-16 LT 1951–52 1952-06-14
Daffy Doodles 1946-04-06 LT 1952–53 1952-10-11
Hush My Mouse 1946-05-04 LT 1951–52 1952-05-03
The Eager Beaver 1946-07-13 MM 1953–54 1953-11-28
Of Thee I Sting 1946-08-17 LT 1951–52 1952-01-12
Walky Talky Hawky 1946-08-31 MM 1953–54 1953-10-17
Fair and Worm-er 1946-09-28 MM 1955–56 1955-10-22
The Mouse-Merized Cat 1946-10-19 MM 1955–56 1955-11-26
Mouse Menace 1946-11-02 LT 1953–54 1954-08-14
Roughly Squeaking 1946-11-23 LT 1953–54 1954-02-27
One Meat Brawl 1947-01-18 MM 1953–54 1954-07-10
The Goofy Gophers 1947-01-25 LT 1954–55 1955-07-23
The Gay Anties 1947-02-15 MM 1953–54 1954-04-24
Scent-imental Over You 1947-03-08 LT 1953–54 1953-12-26
Birth of a Notion 1947-04-12 LT 1953–54 1953-11-07
Tweetie Pie 1947-05-03 MM 1954–55 1955-06-25
Hobo Bobo 1947-05-17 MM 1953–54 1954-04-03
Along Came Daffy 1947-06-14 LT 1953–54 1954-07-24
Inki at the Circus 1947-06-21 MM 1954–55 1954-10-16
Crowing Pains 1947-07-12 LT 1954–55 1955-04-23
The Foxy Duckling 1947-08-23 MM 1954–55 1954-11-06
House Hunting Mice 1947-09-06 LT 1954–55 1955-04-02
Little Orphan Airedale 1947-10-04 LT 1955–56 1956-08-04
Doggone Cats 1947-10-25 MM 1955–56 1955-09-10
A Horsefly Fleas 1947-12-13 LT 1955–56 1956-07-07
Two Gophers From Texas 1948-01-17 MM 1955–56 1956-03-31
What's Brewin' Bruin? 1948-02-26 LT 1954–55 1955-08-20
Back Alley Op-Roar 1948-03-27 MM 1954–55 1955-02-05
I Taw a Putty Tat 1948-04-02 MM 1955–56 1956-02-25
Hop, Look, and Listen 1948-04-17 LT 1954–55 1955-06-04
Bone Sweet Bone 1948-05-22 MM 1955–56 1956-01-21
The Rattled Rooster 1948-06-26 LT 1955–56 1955-10-22
The Shell-Shocked Egg 1948-07-10 MM 1954–55 1954-11-27
You Were Never Duckier 1948-08-07 MM 1954–55 1955-02-26
Hot Cross Bunny 1948-08-21 MM 1959–64
The Pest That Came to Dinner 1948-09-11 LT 1957–58
Hare Splitter 1948-09-25 MM 1957–58
The Foghorn Leghorn 1948-10-09 MM 1955–56 1955-12-24
Daffy Dilly 1948-10-30 MM 1955–56 1956-08-18
Kit for Cat 1948-11-06 LT 1955–56 1956-04-21
My Bunny Lies Over the Sea 1948-12-04 MM 1958–59
Scaredy Cat 1948-12-18 MM 1955–56 1956-06-02
Wise Quackers 1949-01-01 LT 1958–59
Awful Orphan 1949-01-29 MM 1957–58
Mississippi Hare 1949-02-26 LT 1957–58
Paying the Piper 1949-03-12 LT 1956–57 1956-10-20
Daffy Duck Hunt 1949-03-26 LT 1956–57 1956-11-17
Rebel Rabbit 1949-04-09 MM 1957–58
Mouse Wreckers 1949-04-23 LT 1956–57 1957-03-09
High Diving Hare 1949-04-30 LT 1958–59
The Bee Deviled Bruin 1949-05-14 MM 1957–58
Bowery Bugs 1949-06-04 MM 1958–59
Mouse Mazurka 1949-06-11 MM 1956–57 1956-09-15
Hen House Henery 1949-07-02 LT 1956–57 1956-12-01
Knights Must Fall 1949-07-16 MM 1967–68 October 1967
Bad Ol' Putty Tat 1949-07-23 MM 1956–57 1957-06-29
The Grey Hounded Hare 1949-08-06 LT 1959–64
Often an Orphan 1949-08-13 LT 1959–64
Dough for the Do-Do 1949-09-03 MM 1956–57 1957-04-06
Fast and Furry-ous 1949-09-17 LT 1956–57 1957-04-27
Each Dawn I Crow 1949-09-24 MM 1956–57 1957-06-15
Swallow the Leader 1949-10-15 LT 1956–57 1957-01-19
Bye, Bye Bluebeard 1949-10-22 MM 1959–64
For Scent-imental Reasons 1949-11-12 LT 1956–57 1957-02-02
Hippety Hopper 1949-11-19 MM 1956–57 1957-08-24
Bear Feat 1949-12-10 LT 1956–57 1957-05-18
Rabbit Hood 1949-12-24 MM 1959–64
A Ham in a Role 1949-12-31 LT 1959–64
Home Tweet Home 1950-01-14 MM 1957–58
Hurdy-Gurdy Hare 1950-01-21 MM 1959–64
Boobs in the Woods 1950-01-28 LT 1958–59
Mutiny on the Bunny 1950-02-11 LT 1967–68 January 1968
The Lion's Busy 1950-02-18 LT 1959–64
The Scarlet Pumpernickel 1950-03-04 LT 1957–58
Homeless Hare 1950-03-11 MM 1959–64
Strife with Father 1950-04-01 MM 1959–64
The Hypo-Chondri-Cat 1950-04-15 MM 1957–58
The Leghorn Blows at Midnight 1950-05-06 LT 1957–58
His Bitter Half 1950-05-20 MM 1957–58
An Egg Scramble 1950-05-27 MM 1958–59
All a Bir-r-r-rd! 1950-06-24 LT 1957–58
8 Ball Bunny 1950-07-08 LT 1959–64
It's Hummer Time 1950-07-22 LT 1957–58
Golden Yeggs 1950-08-05 MM 1958–59
Dog Gone South 1950-08-26 MM 1958–59
The Ducksters 1950-09-02 LT 1959–64
A Fractured Leghorn 1950-09-16 MM 1957–58
Canary Row 1950-10-07 MM 1958–59
Stooge for a Mouse 1950-10-21 MM 1957–58
Pop 'Im Pop! 1950-10-28 LT 1957–58
Caveman Inki 1950-11-25 LT 1957–58
Dog Collared 1950-12-02 MM 1958–59
Two's a Crowd 1950-12-30 LT 1958–59
A Fox in a Fix 1951-01-20 MM 1958–59
Canned Feud 1951-02-03 LT 1958–59
Putty Tat Trouble 1951-02-24 LT 1959–64
Bunny Hugged 1951-03-10 MM 1959–64
Scent-Imental Romeo 1951-03-24 MM 1958–59
A Bone for a Bone 1951-04-07 LT 1959–64
A Hound for Trouble 1951-04-28 LT 1959–64
Early To Bet 1951-05-12 MM 1959–64
Rabbit Fire 1951-05-19 LT 1959–64
Room and Bird 1951-06-02 MM 1959–64
Chow Hound 1951-06-16 LT 1959–64
French Rarebit 1951-06-30 MM 1959–64
The Wearing of the Grin 1951-07-14 MM 1959–64
Leghorn Swoggled 1951-07-28 MM 1959–64
His Hare Raising Tale 1951-08-11 LT 1959–64
Cheese Chasers 1951-08-25 MM 1959–64
Lovelorn Leghorn 1951-09-08 LT 1959–64
Tweety's S.O.S. 1951-09-22 MM 1959–64
Ballot Box Bunny 1951-10-06 MM 1959–64
A Bear for Punishment 1951-10-20 MM 1959–64
Sleepy Time Possum 1951-11-03 MM 1959–64
Drip-Along Daffy 1951-11-17 MM 1959–64
Big Top Bunny 1951-12-01 MM 1959–64
Tweet Tweet Tweety 1951-12-15 LT 1959–64
The Prize Pest 1951-12-22 LT 1959–64
Who's Kitten Who? 1952-01-05 LT 1959–64
Feed the Kitty 1952-02-02 MM 1959–64
Gift Wrapped 1952-02-16 LT 1959–64
Thumb Fun 1952-03-01 LT 1959–64
14 Carrot Rabbit 1952-03-15 LT 1959–64
Little Beau Pepe 1952-03-29 MM 1959–64
Kiddin' the Kitten 1952-04-05 MM 1959–64
Sock-A-Doodle-Do 1952-05-10 LT 1959–64
Beep, Beep 1952-05-24 MM 1959–64
Ain't She Tweet 1952-06-21 LT 1959–64
Cracked Quack 1952-07-05 MM 1959–64
Hoppy-Go-Lucky 1952-08-09 MM 1967–68 March 1968
A Bird in a Guilty Cage 1952-08-30 LT 1959–64
Fool Coverage 1952-12-13 LT 1959–64
Upswept Hare 1953-03-14 MM 1959–64
A Peck o' Trouble 1953-03-28 LT 1959–64
Muscle Tussle 1953-04-18 MM 1959–64
Cat-Tails for Two 1953-08-29 MM 1959–64
Easy Peckins 1953-10-17 LT 1959–64
Dog Pounded 1954-01-02 LT 1959–64
No Barking 1954-02-27 MM 1959–64
Design for Leaving 1954-03-27 LT 1959–64
Satan's Waitin' 1954-08-07 LT 1959–64
Gone Batty 1954-09-04 LT 1959–64
From A to Z-Z-Z-Z 1954-10-16 LT 1959–64
Pests for Guests 1955-01-29 MM 1959–64
Lighthouse Mouse 1955-03-12 MM 1967–68 December 1967
Weasel Stop 1956-02-11 MM 1959–64
The High and the Flighty 1956-02-18 MM 1959–64
Raw! Raw! Rooster 1956-08-25 LT 1959–64
Yankee Dood It 1956-10-13 MM 1959–64
Fox Terror 1957-05-11 MM 1959–64
Tabasco Road 1957-07-20 MM 1959–64
Birds Anonymous 1957-08-10 MM 1959–64
Greedy for Tweety 1957-09-28 LT 1959–64
Baton Bunny 1959-01-10 LT 1967–68

Cartoons with original technical credits restored on DVDEdit

Many of the above cartoons have been restored for DVD release as part of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection series. However, only a handful of cartoons that were reissued prior to the 1956-57 season have their original technical credits restored.[citation needed] These are:

  • I Love to Singa
  • Speaking of the Weather
  • Little Red Walking Hood
  • Daffy Duck and Egghead
  • The Night Watchman
  • The Bear's Tale
  • The Trial of Mr. Wolf
  • Book Revue (reissued as Book Review)
  • Holiday for Shoestrings
  • Baby Bottleneck
  • Crowing Pains
  • Back Alley Op-Roar
  • You Were Never Duckier
  • The Foghorn Leghorn
  • Kit for Cat
  • Scaredy Cat

In addition, A Wild Hare (reissued as The Wild Hare), and Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt were given a similar treatment for the DVD set Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Academy Awards Animation Collection - 15 Winners, 26 Nominees.[citation needed]

In addition to the cartoons listed above that had their original credits removed completely when reissued, there are three cartoons released after 1948 which have had their original opening/closing sequences restored on DVD. Dog Gone South, A Ham in a Role and It's Hummer Time are restored on Looney Tunes Golden Collection Vol. 6 and From A to Z-z-z-z has been restored on Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Academy Awards Animation Collection - 15 Winners, 26 Nominees[citation needed]

Prints of the original version of Bone Sweet Bone with their original technical credits intact do exist, but to date have never been issued on DVD.

Further readingEdit

  • Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies: A Complete Illustrated Guide to the Warner Bros. Cartoons, by Jerry Beck and Will Friedwald (1989), Henry Holt, ISBN 0-8050-0894-2
  • Chuck Amuck : The Life and Times of an Animated Cartoonist by Chuck Jones, published by Farrar Straus & Giroux, ISBN 0-374-12348-9
  • That's Not All, Folks! by Mel Blanc, Philip Bashe. Warner Books, ISBN 0-446-39089-5 (Softcover) ISBN 0-446-51244-3 (Hardcover)
  • Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons, Leonard Maltin, Revised Edition 1987, Plume ISBN 0-452-25993-2 (Softcover) ISBN 0-613-64753-X (Hardcover)

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