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History

  • Warner Bros. closes their cartoon studio, ending the Golden Age of Looney Tunes.
  • The Blue Ribbon program ends.[1]

Theatrical Shorts

  1. Merrie Melodies The Great Carrot-Train Robbery (McKimson/January 25)
  2. Looney Tunes Fistic Mystic (McKimson/March 29)
  3. Looney Tunes Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too! (McKimson/June 7)
  4. Merrie Melodies Shamrock and Roll (McKimson/June 28)
  5. Looney Tunes Bugged by a Bee (McKimson/July 26)
  6. Merrie Melodies Injun Trouble (McKimson/September 20)

Blue Ribbon Reissues

1969 Season

  1. Looney Tunes "Rabbit of Seville" (Jan. 18)
  2. Looney Tunes "Of Rice and Hen" (Feb. 15)
  3. Looney Tunes "Don't Give Up the Sheep" (Mar. 22)
  4. Looney Tunes "Forward March Hare" (May. 24)
  5. Looney Tunes "Southern Fried Rabbit" (Jul. 12)
  6. Merrie Melodies "Quack Shot" (Jul. 19)
  7. Looney Tunes "All Fowled Up" (Aug. 2)
  8. Looney Tunes "Steal Wool" (Aug. 30)
  9. Looney Tunes "Fast and Furry-ous" (Sep. 13)
  10. Looney Tunes "Cheese It, the Cat!" (Sep. 27)
  11. Merrie Melodies "Captain Hareblower" (Oct. 11)
  12. Looney Tunes "Boston Quackie" (Oct. 25)
  13. Merrie Melodies "Zipping Along" (Nov. 15)
  14. Merrie Melodies "One Froggy Evening" (Dec. 6)
  15. Looney Tunes "Gee Whiz-z-z-z-z-z-z" (Dec. 27)

References


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