1946 is another year of the Golden Age of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies.


  • Bob Clampett's final cartoons are released this year. He left due to being fired. His final cartoon was The Big Snooze although uncredited.
  • Starting with Kitty Kornered, the "That's all Folks!" returns to the Looney Tunes series.
  • Starting with Hair-Raising Hare, the background changes from red rings black background to red background blue rings. The first ring would be red though.
  • Hush My Mouse marks the final appearance of Porky Pig's "T-t-t-that's all folks!" drum ending signoff.


  1. Lt icon Book Revue
  2. Lt icon Baseball Bugs
  3. Music note Holiday for Shoestrings
  4. Music note Quentin Quail
  5. Lt icon Baby Bottleneck
  6. Music note Hare Remover
  7. Lt icon Daffy Doodles
  8. Music note Hollywood Canine Canteen
  9. Lt icon Hush My Mouse
  10. Music note Hair-Raising Hare
  11. Lt icon Kitty Kornered
  12. Music note Hollywood Daffy
  13. Lt icon Acrobatty Bunny
  14. Music note The Eager Beaver
  15. Lt icon The Great Piggy Bank Robbery
  16. Music note Bacall to Arms
  17. Lt icon Of Thee I Sting
  18. Music note Walky Talky Hawky
  19. Lt icon Racketeer Rabbit
  20. Music note Fair and Worm-er
  21. Lt icon The Big Snooze
  22. Music note The Mouse-Merized Cat
  23. Lt icon Mouse Menace
  24. Music note Rhapsody Rabbit
  25. Lt icon Roughly Squeaking

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