Sing-Along Looney Tunes is a 1998 VHS featuring new animation along with older cartoons.

Thanks to the Time Warner-Turner merger in 1996, this sing-along video also includes clips from the pre-1948 Looney Tunes shorts in their sing-along videos in addition to the post-1948 and black-and-white Looney Tunes shorts which WB owns.


  1. "W.B. Sing Along Theme"
  2. "This Is It" (from The Bugs Bunny Show, performed by Billy West and Joe Alaskey)
  3. "Shave and a Haircut" (from the short, "Show Biz Bugs")
  4. "Jeepers Creepers" (from the short, "Show Biz Bugs")
  5. "Call Me Wacky Daffy Duck" (from "Sahara Hare", "Muscle Tussle", "Daffy Dilly", "The Great Piggy Bank Robbery", "Porky Pig's Feat" (computer-colorized version), "Duck Amuck", "Daffy Doodles", "Duck Soup to Nuts", "To Duck or Not to Duck", "Boobs in the Woods", "Tom Turk and Daffy", "The Million Hare", "My Favorite Duck", "Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century", "The High and the Flighty", "The Ducksters")
  6. "The Daring Young Hare on the Flying Trapeze" (from "Big Top Bunny", "Acrobatty Bunny", "Circus Today")
  7. "Tweety" (from "All a Bir-r-r-d")
  8. "I Thought I Saw a Putty Tat" (from "Tweety's S.O.S.", "All a Bir-r-r-d", "Tweety's Circus", "A Street Cat Named Sylvester", "Home Tweet Home", "The Jet Cage", "Tweetie Pie")
  9. "The Three Little Bops" (from the 1957 short of the same name)
  10. "Hooray for Hollywood" (from the short, "What's Up Doc?")
  11. "The Rabbit of Seville" (from the 1950 short of the same name)
  12. "What's Up Doc?" (from the 1950 short of the same name)
  13. "The U.S. Air Force Song" (from "Boyhood Daze", "My Favorite Duck", "Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century", "Hare Lift", "Aviation Vacation", "Stupor Duck", "Dough for the Do-Do", "Falling Hare", "Super-Rabbit", "A Star Is Bored", "The Jet Cage", "Stork Naked", "Haredevil Hare", "The Million Hare")
  14. "Tea for Two" (from the short, "Show Biz Bugs")