Mark asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 month ago

Did 1964 - 1967 "Looney Tunes" feel more like "Tom and Jerry" and 1967 - 1969 feel more like "Woody Woodpecker"?

The first half of the post-Chuck Jones era felt more Latin like an Italian "Tom and Jerry" cartoon (cause Joseph and William were Italian). The last half, was like the white "Woody Woodpecker" cartoons which lacked the pantomime of "Tom and Jerry". XD LMFAO

BTW, if "Looney Tunes" was on its way out of being recognizable by 1967, Seven Arts only made it even moreso unrecognizable for a "Looney Tunes."XD

Update:

Cool Cat, Merlin the Magic Mouse felt like a Woody Woodpecker cartoon.

Update 2:

The Seven Arts era felt like Hanna-Barbera somewhat, but there's a difference between Hanna-Barbera and the MGM cartoons like "Tom and Jerry" and "Droopy." Hanna-Barbera had more white influence cause it lacked the pantomime. "Flintstones" and "Jetsons" for instance.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    No                                                  

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    I'm no expert but I enjoyed the road runner cartoons.

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