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Granny......Emma Webster, better known as Granny, a co-star of many Sylvester the Cat and Tweety animated shorts throughout the 1950s and 1960s, is a Looney Tunes character that was created by Tex Avery. Granny is the owner of Tweety (and more often than not, Sylvester and Hector the Bulldog). Granny's voice was first provided by Bea Benaderet from 1937 through 1953. June Foray later took the role and is still providing Granny's voice as of 2014.


"BROOMSTICK BUNNY" -- It's officially Halloween in this one. Bugs Bunny is hitchhiking dressed as a witch -- and he stops in at Witch Hazel's dump. Everything is fine until Bugs takes off his mask; then Witch Hazel realizes a rabbit is just what she needs to throw in her cauldron of goop! Witch Hazel is voiced by the phenomenol June Foray -- and it's the exact same voice AND the exact same character name as the Witch Hazel who appeared earlier in the Disney Donald Duck cartoon "Trick or…

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What's Your Favorite Classic Children's Christmas Movie?

Little Mary Lou Who #lulusholiday


The Bugs Bunny Show ~ Voices of Mel Blanc; June Foray; Stan Freberg and Hal Smith ~ October 1960 - September 2000

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TV Academy Bestows Governors Award On Voice Actress June Foray

June Foray's 80-year career has including voicing Rocky the Flying Squirrel and Natasha Fatale on The Bullwinkle Show, Nell Fenwick on The Dudley Do-Right Show, Cindy Lou Who in How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Tweety and Sylvester's owner Granny from The Bugs Bunny Show, and Jokey Smurf on The Smurf...


The Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour (1985 TV Series) A Saturday morning series, collecting of some of the most popular classic cartoons from the Looney Tunes catalog. Director: Chuck Jones, Rudy Larriva Stars: Mel Blanc, Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray

1 Did You Grow Up With Me, Too? - The Autobiography of June Foray (9781593934613): June Foray, Mark Evanier, Earl Kress: Books