The BEST Episodes of Looney Tunes

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Jun 6, 2019

Looney Tunes is an American animated series of comedy short films produced by Warner Bros. from 1929 to 1969 during the golden age of American animation, alongside its sister series Merrie Melodies

Rabbit Seasoning

#1 - Rabbit Seasoning

Season 1952 - Episode 23

The cartoon finds Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck again arguing over which of them is “in season” (it is really Duck Season as Daffy says in the beginning), while a befuddled Elmer Fudd tries to figure out which animal is telling the truth. Between using sneaky plays-on-words, and dressing himself in women's clothing (including a Lana Turner-style sweater), Bugs manages to escape unscathed, while Daffy repeatedly has his beak blown: off, upside-down, or sideways, by Mr. Fudd.

star 9.50
4 votes
The Pied Piper of Guadalupe

#2 - The Pied Piper of Guadalupe

Season 1961 - Episode 13

Sylvester plays Mexican music on his flute in an attempt to catch all the mice. They can't resist the music so they come dancing out of their mouse hole, one at a time. Speedy is the only one who resists. Later in the cartoon Slowpoke Rodriguez comes to visit. He is hungry but is too slow to get food out of the kitchen without getting caught by Sylvester. Speedy goes for him but gets stuck in a glue trap set up by Sylvester. Lucky for him he had a bottle of tobasco sauce in his hand and when Sylvester lifts him up to eat him, the tobasco sauce poors into his mouth. The "heat" sends him through the roof and he gets badly injured and has a cast on his leg. At the end Speedy asks him if he wants his musical instrument back. He says no and Speedy says "well, ok". Then he starts playing the same music, forcing Sylvester to dance and hurt his already casted leg even more.

star 9.00
2 votes
Hare Trimmed

#3 - Hare Trimmed

Season 1953 - Episode 15

star 9.00
1 votes
Wise Quackers

#4 - Wise Quackers

Season 1949 - Episode 1

Daffy, the "little black duck", falls from the sky onto Elmer Fudd's farm, and rather than be shot, he begs Elmer to accept him as a personal slave. After torturing Elmer with his type of kindness, slave Daffy puts a whip in Elmer's hands, then instantly dresses like Abraham Lincoln to scold Elmer for "whipping slaves".

star 9.00
1 votes
Directors: Friz Freleng
Writers: Tedd Pierce
Bell Hoppy

#5 - Bell Hoppy

Season 1954 - Episode 10

star 9.00
1 votes
Lighthouse Mouse

#6 - Lighthouse Mouse

Season 1955 - Episode 7

star 9.00
1 votes
Tabasco Road

#7 - Tabasco Road

Season 1957 - Episode 15

Speedy Gonzales, the fastest mouse in all Mexico, runs to the rescue of his two drunken rodent friends, Pablo and Fernando, who keep wandering into the hungry clutches of an alley cat.

star 9.00
1 votes
Pancho's Hideaway

#8 - Pancho's Hideaway

Season 1964 - Episode 12

A hot-tempered bandit, Pancho Vanilla, robs a Mexican bank and rushes to his hideout to count the loot. Speedy Gonzales, Mexico's fastest mouse, follows Pancho there, intending to return the money to the bank. He challenges Pancho to a duel and then speeds past him again and again, bringing every cent of the money back to the bank and causing a flustered and enraged Pancho to shoot himself in the feet

star 9.00
2 votes
Crowing Pains

#9 - Crowing Pains

Season 1947 - Episode 13

Foghorn convinces Henery that Sylvester is a chicken. Foghorn sticks Henery in an egg and sticks it under Sylvester.

star 9.00
1 votes
Directors: Robert McKimson
Writers: Warren Foster
Bugs and Thugs

#10 - Bugs and Thugs

Season 1954 - Episode 7

When Bugs calls a cab he doesn't know it's the getaway car for a couple of bankrobbers (he does know the capital of Nevada).

star 9.00
2 votes
Feed the Kitty

#11 - Feed the Kitty

Season 1952 - Episode 3

Marc Antony tries to scare off a cute little kitten, Pussyfoot, only to realize the cat is not scared of him, instead using him as a bed and resting on his back. The dog falls for the cat and decides to adopt it and to bring it home. Upon his arrival, his human owner (seen only from the waist down), tired of picking up his things, warns him not to bring a single thing more inside the house. Afraid of his mistress but unable to get rid of the kitten, the dog tries to hide the cat by pretending it is a wind-up toy or a powder puff. He barely finds the time to hide it in a flour bin before his mistress enters the kitchen. Terrified, he looks on as she takes some flour out of the box to bake some cookies. The cat is poured into the mixing bowl without the lady realizing it. Marc Antony unplugs the mixer before she can pulverize the poor kitten. Tired of the dog's antics, his mistress throws him out of the house while, unseen, the cat extracts itself from the bowl. In the backyard, the bulldog watches through a window as what he thinks is his kitten is mixed, rolled and cut before being put in the oven. Sobbing and heartbroken, he barely finds the strength to take the cat-shaped cookie his mistress gives to him and place it lovingly on his back where his kitten used to rest. Only then does he hear the little meow of Pussyfoot right in front to him. He kisses the cat as his mistress realises he has a pet. To the dog's surprise, she allows him to keep the cat as long as he takes care of it. Once again, Pussyfoot goes to sleep on Marc Anthony's back as the content dog smiles.

star 9.00
1 votes
From A to Z-Z-Z-Z

#12 - From A to Z-Z-Z-Z

Season 1954 - Episode 25

Ralph is a daydreamer... and he is quick to adapt his current surroundings into new, adventurous dreams.

star 9.00
1 votes
My Little Duckaroo

#13 - My Little Duckaroo

Season 1954 - Episode 28

Daffy Duck is a Wild West outlaw named "The Masked Avenger", righter of wrongs and doer of heroic deeds. Porky Pig is his sidekick. Together, they search for Nasty Canasta, a villain whose crimes include gag-stealing and square dancing in a round house. When they find Canasta's hideout and Daffy challenges Canasta to a duel, Canasta flexes his hulky muscles that entirely rip away his shirt, and proceeds to pound Daffy into a stupor.

star 8.70
3 votes
Long-Haired Hare

#14 - Long-Haired Hare

Season 1949 - Episode 16

Giovanni Jones, a very well known and fantastic opera singer, is constantly interrupted by Bugs' folk music while he is trying to rehearse for a big performance.

star 8.67
3 votes
Directors: Chuck Jones
Writers: Michael Maltese
The Hare-Brained Hypnotist

#15 - The Hare-Brained Hypnotist

Season 1942 - Episode 35

This time Elmer Fudd goes after Bugs using hypnotism, only the plan backfires.

star 8.67
3 votes
Directors: Friz Freleng
Writers: Michael Maltese
Hair-Raising Hare

#16 - Hair-Raising Hare

Season 1946 - Episode 10

Bugs is lured into an evil scientist's lair, and starts to be chased by a big and hairy orange monster. The scientist wants the monster to catch Bugs so that he can use the bunny for his next experiment.

star 8.50
2 votes
Directors: Chuck Jones
Writers: Tedd Pierce
Broom-Stick Bunny

#17 - Broom-Stick Bunny

Season 1956 - Episode 5

Witch Hazel's claim to be the ugliest witch of all is threatened by a Halloween witch who turns out to be Bugs trick-or-treating.

star 8.50
2 votes
Chili Weather

#18 - Chili Weather

Season 1963 - Episode 11

Speedy Gonzales comes to help his starving friends gain access to the wealth of food inside a processing plant guarded by Sylvester Cat.

star 8.50
2 votes
Rhapsody Rabbit

#19 - Rhapsody Rabbit

Season 1946 - Episode 24

At a concerto, a pesky mouse keeps interfering with Bugs' piano playing.

star 8.33
3 votes
Directors: Friz Freleng
Writers: Tedd Pierce, Michael Maltese
Rabbit of Seville

#20 - Rabbit of Seville

Season 1950 - Episode 30

Behind the Hollywood Bowl stage which is playing the opera, The Barber of Seville, Bugs Bunny flees into the backstage area with Elmer Fudd in close pursuit. Seeing his opportunity to fight on his terms, Bugs raises the curtain on Elmer, trapping him on stage. As the orchestra begins playing, Bugs comes into play as the barber who is going to make sure that Elmer is going to get a grooming he will never forget.

star 8.30
3 votes
Duck! Rabbit, Duck!

#21 - Duck! Rabbit, Duck!

Season 1953 - Episode 24

The final installment of the "Hunting Trilogy" once again has Elmer out hunting, while Bugs and Daffy try to con him into shooting the other.

star 8.30
3 votes
Beep Beep

#22 - Beep Beep

Season 1952 - Episode 8

The Coyote chases the Road Runner through a maze of mineshafts, with their positions made visible only by the lamps on their helmets.

star 8.30
3 votes
High Diving Hare

#23 - High Diving Hare

Season 1949 - Episode 11

Bugs Bunny is drumming up business for a Vaudeville show in a remote western town (notably one of the posters in the background is for "Frizby the Magician", a reference to director Friz Freleng). One of the main attractions is 'Fearless Freep' and his high-dive act. As soon as Yosemite Sam hears the name 'Fearless Freep', he goes into a frenzy, buying as many tickets as he can. (I'm a-splurgin'!)

star 8.30
3 votes
Directors: Friz Freleng
Writers: Tedd Pierce
Rabbit Fire

#24 - Rabbit Fire

Season 1951 - Episode 13

Rabbit Fire is a 1950 Looney Tunes cartoon starring Bugs Bunny, directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. The short, guest starring Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd, is notable for being the first film in Jones' "Hunting Trilogy" - the other two films being Rabbit Seasoning and Duck! Rabbit! Duck!. It is also the first film to feature a feud between Bugs and Daffy. Produced by Edward Selzer for Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., the short was released to theaters on May 19, 1951 by Warner Bros. Pictures and is widely considered among Jones' best and most important films.

star 8.30
4 votes
Devil May Hare

#25 - Devil May Hare

Season 1954 - Episode 15

Bugs finds the Tasmanian Devil in his encyclopedia just as the animal threatens to devour him.

star 8.30
3 votes