Toonheads

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 3 : Ep 35

    The Boys of Kansas City

    Aired 11/23/03

  • S 3 : Ep 34

    Pepe Le Pew

    Aired

  • S 3 : Ep 33

    The Many Moods of Daffy Duck

    Aired

  • S 3 : Ep 32

    Tex's "Red"

    Aired

  • S 3 : Ep 31

    The Early Works of Porky Pig

    Aired

  • Cast & Crew
  • Mel Blanc

    Various

  • Leslie Fram

    Narrator (season 2+)

  • Arthur Q. Bryan

    Elmer Fudd

  • Orson Welles

    Narrator

  • June Foray

    Mrs. Daffy Duck

  • show Description
  • Toonheads is an "animation history" series that aired on Cartoon Network. It takes you behind the scenes of various cartoons from Warner Bros., MGM, Paramount, etc. Before and after commercial breaks, a segment called "Toonheads Trivia" breaks out and will ask a question to the viewers about a cartoon.

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • Daffy: (while wielding the quarterstaff) Ho! Ha ha! Guard! Turn! Perry! Dodge! Spin! Ha! Thrust!

    • Daffy: (to Porky) Ho ho, ha ha, eh? I'll ho ho, ha ha you, Fat Friar... (leaves and comes back in the scene with a weapon) with my trusty quarterstaff! (to himself) Actually, it's a buck-and-a-quarter quarterstaff, but I'm not telling him that.

    • Tweety: I tawt I taw a putty-tat!

    • Elmer: Why don't you ants go underground where you belong!

    • Bugs: What's up, doc?

    • Elmer: Be vewy, vewy quiet. I'm hunting wabbits.

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    Notes (29)

    • CORRECTION OF DATE! TNT did televise it, & I did record it, not on Sunday, January 24th, 1993. The CORRECT date TNT televised it was Thursday, December 31st, 1992. Mr Math.

    • "Bugs Bunny Superstar" did televise on TNT on Sunday, January 24th, 1993 & I recorded it.

    • This movie has been shown on some movie networks such as HBO.

    • This episode was made years before the Toonheads serise actually started. Many viewers believe this movie was the inspiration for Toonheads, and that's why I posted it here. It is listed as UNAIRED, because I don't believe this movie was ever shown on television, although it was released in theaters in 1976, and is available on VHS.

    • "What's Cookin Doc?" was actually shown during June Bugs: 2001. It was slapped back in at the last minute. This cartoon along with Hiawatta's Rabbit Hunt and Frigid Hare aired the next year for June Bugs: A-Z.

    • "Robin Hoodwinked" was the second to the last "Tom and Jerry " cartoon that William Hanna and Joseph Barbara ever directed as their MGM animation department was soon shut down after this cartoon hit theatres. William Hanna and Joseph Barbara actually benefitted from this as they moved into the new era of television with "Huckleberry Hound, Yogi Bear" and many other cartoons under the Hanna-Barbara studio logo.

    • "The Big Snooze" was the very last cartoon Bob Clampett ever directed before leaving the Warner Bros. Studios.

    • "The Goofy Gophers" is the only cartoon that features the gophers in their gray fur. But in later episodes, their fur becomes brown.

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    Trivia (6)

    • Bob Clampett says that Porky Pig never wore pants. This is not true. Porky has worn pants in some cartoons, such as Porky's Romance and Porky's Badtime Story to name a few. Ironically, Porky's Badtime Story was directed by Bob Clampett himself!

    • The narrator, Leslie Fram says "Count Me Out" was the first cartoon to feature an Acme product. No it wasn't. "Porky's Poppa", released a little earlier, was the first.

    • The narrator says there were only four Fat Fudd cartoons. But there were five if you count "Bugs Bunny's Bond Rally", a cartoon rarely seen nowadays because it has a wartime theme, and at one point in the cartoon, Bugs imitates Al Jolson.

    • This special featured the Bugs Bunny sequences from "Two Guys From Texas", and "My Dream Is Yours". Sure, few people know Bugs Bunny appeared in these movies, but I still don't consider them "lost" cartoons.

    • The narrator, lasle Fram states the directing team of Ben hardaway and Cal Dalton directed both the cartoons "Count Me Out" and "A Lad in Bagdad", actually the directing team of Cal Dalton and CAL HOWARD did A lad in bagdad.

    • This was the last half-hour Toonheads episode.

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    Allusions (2)

    • Characters: The Goofy Gophers They are assumed to be the equivalent of the chipmunk duo, Chip n' Dale.

    • Title: The Unmentionables This is a parody of the crime drama movie, The Untouchables.

  • Fan Reviews (4)
  • Some great memories and still not on dvd yet.

    By blknge, Apr 06, 2007

  • it's great

    By JLU51306, Jan 22, 2007

  • A very fun show. Great narration, facts, written well, and of course great pick of classic cartoons.

    By Jaya1912, Nov 11, 2006

  • Such a pleasure to watch all different cartoons

    By makgambit, Jul 20, 2006

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