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Cartoons For The Grandkids

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Looney Toons!

Looney Tunes: "A Corny Concerto" (1943), a fantastic classic starring Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, and Porky Pig (and a baby Daffy Duck?). Via YouTube:

Pepe Le Pew: "Two Scent's Worth" (1955)

Disney Silly Symphonies from 1931. "The Spider And The Fly" via YouTube. Great music, including harp playing by the six-legged spider. An early Minnie Mouse-style hat on the girlfriend fly. Ironic use of flypaper by the flies to catch the spider.

Disney Silly Symphony: "The Skeleton Dance" (1929). These skeletons popped up in later Disney cartoons in the 1930s. Also, music by Carl Stalling before he worked for Looney Tunes' Merrie Melodies.

Yogi Bear : "Home-Sweet Jellystone" via YouTube. A great summertime cartoon just before BBQ season kicks off this Memorial Day weekend. And while you're grilling and playing in the parks, do so with honor and remembrance of all the heroes who have sacrificed so we can enjoy these freedoms. Have a great Memorial Day weekend with your family!

Donald Duck with Chip and Dale: "Out on a Limb" (1950). If only we all had a Disney soundtrack for our lives.

Speedy Gonzales: "Here Today, Gone Tamale" (1959)

Looney Tunes: "Bugs Bunny Rides Again." Enter the Gunshot Saloon, where you can, "come in and get a slug." Classic Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam.

Disney: "Pluto's Blue Note" (1947)

Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner in "Hot-Rod and Reel!" (1959)

Foghorn Leghorn in "Leghorn Swoggled" (1951)

Looney Tunes' Goofy Gophers for today's #CartoonTherapy! "I Gopher You" (Merrie Melodies; 1954) via YouTube

Goofy: "Goofy Gymnastics"