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- After "Puss n' Booty", no more Looney Tunes shorts were produced in black and white. All Looney Tunes shorts from then until August 1, 1948 were part of the Associated Artists Productions library.
- Also after "Puss n' Booty", all cartoons after that are currently under copyright.
- "To Duck or Not to Duck", "Yankee Doodle Daffy", "The Wise Quacking Duck", and "Daffy - The Commando" were in color this year all featuring Daffy Duck. "The Wise Quacking Duck" however uses the black and white WARNER BROS. Present while the other three use the color one which started in 1942.
- Starting with "Falling Hare", the WB shield debuts to the finalized one used until 1964. The 1947-53 would use a different one but when the backgrounds changed to smaller in 1954, the WB from 1943-46 was used again. The WB from 1943-46 was also used in Bugs Bunny cartoons from 1945-49.
- BR Reissues would start from this year and end in 1969.
- Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs
- Confusions of a Nutzy Spy
- Pigs in a Polka
- Tortoise Wins by a Hare
- The Fifth-Column Mouse
- To Duck or Not to Duck*
- Flop Goes the Weasel
- Hop and Go
- The Unbearable Bear
- The Wise Quacking Duck*
- Tokio Jokio
- Greetings Bait
- Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk
- The Aristo-cat
- Wackiki Wabbit
- Yankee Doodle Daffy*
- Porky Pig's Feat
- Tin Pan Alley Cats
- Scrap Happy Daffy
- Hiss and Make Up
- A Corny Concerto
- Fin 'N Catty
- Falling Hare
- Inki and the Minah Bird
- Daffy - The Commando*
- An Itch in Time
- Puss n' Booty
- Color LT which are in the AAP package
Blue Ribbon Reissues
1943 - 1944 Season
- "A Feud There Was" (11-Sept-1943)
- "The Early Worm Gets the Bird" (02-Oct-1943)
- "My Little Buckaroo" (06-Nov 1943) (mis-titled “My Little Buckeroo”)
- "The Fighting 69½th" (04-Dec-1943)
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