In September, 1992, the 65 syndicated instalments of Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends were recalled from distribution as several of the cartoons thereon were shuffled over to The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show or to Looney Tunes On Nickelodeon, in exchange for cartoons not previously seen on Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends. Most cartoons shown would keep their original title card and crew and director credits, but not their Warner Brothers introduction, original Looney Tunes or Merrie Melodies logo, or “That’s All, Folks!” ending. Also in the Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends cartoon package were most of the Rudy Larriva-directed Road Runner cartoons and nearly all of the Tweety cartoons that between September, 1990 and September, 1992 were not part of The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show. Cartoons like “Caveman Inki” and “Wise Quackers”, now for all intents and purposes banned from television, were distributed between 1990 and 1992 on Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends with little or no cutting. In “To Beep or Not to Beep” is a Greco-Roman catapult used by Wile E., preceding the ancient Rome scenario of “Roman Legion-Hare” in Show 11 in week 3. Three cartoons in Show 8, “Frigid Hare”, “Kiss Me Cat”, and “Dog Collared”, all have a be-kind-to-animals theme.

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Week 12’s five instalments consisted of “Bugs Bunny’s Christmas Carol”, “Raw! Raw! Rooster!”, and “Just Plane Beep” in Show 56; “Freudy Cat”, “Baby Buggy Bunny”, and “The Lion’s Busy” in Show 57; “Bushy Hare”, “Porky and Daffy”, and “Cheese it, the Cat!” in Show 58; “The Slick Chick”, “Apes of Wrath”, and “Puss N’ Booty” in Show 59; “Wise Quackers”, “Clippety Clobbered”, and “The Windblown Hare” in Show 60. Foghorn Leghorn and Bugs Bunny endure the misery of care taking what at first seems to them to be an innocent minor in “The Slick Chick” and “Baby Buggy Bunny”. Show 39 in week eight: Porky is a contestant in radio game programmes of which Daffy is the prize in the former and the host in the latter. Bugs poses as an Irish constable to Steve Brody in “Bowery Bugs”, and police-officer-on-patrol Porky in Show 27’s “Riff Raffy Daffy” shouts with an Irish accent when angered. 53 Tweety as a zoo exhibit eludes Sylvester by flying inside of a bear cage and onto the limb of a tree surrounded by an alligator pit, Bugs flees Elmer through a television studio, and Ralph Wolf cannot filch the sheep in Sam Sheepdog’s care despite disguising himself as Greek god Pan with a flute to lull Sam to sleep.

64 Tweety is a Confederate Army carrier bird with a top secret message for General Lee which the Yankees dispatch Secret Messenger Destroyer Sylvester to intercept, Ralph Wolf constructs the ultimate Sam Sheepdog-destroying apparatus but did not expect the inopportune blowing of the five o’clock whistle, and Daffy has “pronoun trouble” when trying to convince Elmer that it is rabbit season rather than duck season for hunting. 38 Bugs remembers his youth, an intoxicated stork brings a giant baby to normal-sized parents, who try to cope with the enormous bundle of joy, and Daffy is a private investigator responding to reports of mayhem and murder at a lavish estate and encountering a ravishingly beautiful lady mallard. Finally, Elmer’s hunting of Bugs is parodied to the pretentiousness of Wagnerian opera. 49 Bugs is a soldier assigned to solitarily guard Fort Lariat in 1886 from an attack by a hoard of Indians commanded by Renegade (Yosemite) Sam; Porky epitomises the virtue of work on his farm while a neighbour bear idles away his time through a summer, the result being ample food supply for Porky when snow falls and the bear begging for gratuity from Porky, who is compelled by the motto of “Love thy neighbour,” to be generous to the lazy bear; and Charlie Dog is in Italy, pushily trying to ingratiate himself in pet-master-relationship proposals with a contrary restaurateur.

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