Tiny Toon Adventures

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Tiny Toon Adventures is basically a kid-version of the classic Warner Bros. cartoon stars and their cartoons. This show is hosted by Buster and Babs Bunny (No relation!) and their friends Plucky Duck, an egotistical power crazy duck much like Daffy Duck, and Hamton Pig, a shy, kind-hearted pig with low self-esteem but just like Porky Pig, but is a Neat Freak. The toons are constantly terrorized by Dizzy Devil, a purple version of Taz; Elmyra Duff, a dangerously childish, animal loving freak of nature which makes any animal who comes near her run; and lastly, we have rich kid Montana Max, who goes by the philosophy that rich people never pay and hates everyone and everything.

The toons get their vast cartoon smarts from the Acme Looniversity school, with the famous Warner Bros. cartoon stars as teachers. The school also had a rival as well, Perfecto Prep., a school with a reputation of cheating characters. Tiny Toon Adventures was a treasure trove of pop-culture cliches and paid homage to many of the classic Warner Bros. cartoons of yore.
The series won 7 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Animated Program, Outstanding Original Song - main title theme, Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program, Outstanding Animated Program and Outstanding Music Direction and Composition - Fields of Honey, Love Disconnection & The Horror of Slumber Party Mountain.

Currently not on TV in the U.S.A.

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Scott Innes

Scott Innes

Hamton J. Pig (1993-1995)

Don Messick

Don Messick

Hamton J. Pig

Tress MacNeille

Tress MacNeille

Babs Bunny, Rhubella Rat

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Furrball, Calamity Coyote, Little Beeper, Go Go Dodo

Kath Soucie

Kath Soucie

Fifi La Fume, Sneezer

Charlie Adler

Charlie Adler

Buster Bunny, Roderick Rat (1990-1992)

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Tiny toons is an instant watch!

    10
    Tiny toon adventures was one of my favorite cartoons when I was about 9-12 years old along with Animaniacs, Rockos modern life, Batman the animated series, and the ren and stimpy show. Tiny toons was basically a new generation and hip version Looney tunes in middle school. All the characters were great in the series, but elmyra is probably the worst point of the show. The voice acting and music is out of this world. The dialogue is wonderful. Tiny toons had some of the best writing during its time. The humor is the best part of the show. For the kids, slapstick, and great gags and for the adults and teens,the pop culture references, sexual innuendos and adult jokes make this show a hit for tweens. The animation was not consistent though. But most of it was good except for the Kennedy cartoons episodes. Even though the jokes are a little dated , that doesn't affect the shows greatness. Tiny toons is one of the best cartoons ever made for tweens, the 90s and all time!moreless
  • The Tiny Toons can't touch the Looney Tunes, but they're still great.

    8.5
    Tiny Toon Adventures was one of the cartoons I watched the most in the 90s along with the Disney Afternoon shows. In fact there was a time where I loved them more than the Looney Tunes. BLASPHEMY, I know, what was I thinking back then? But don't worry, I still like this show. Tiny Toons was the precursor to the Animaniacs after all. Which makes sense considering the similar bits of humor shared between them, like fourth wall breaking, pop culture references, cameos of famous celebrities of the time. This was just a great showing of all those, even if Animaniacs did them way better.



    I love the main characters of Tiny Toons. Buster and Babs Bunny (no relation) are the funniest of the characters. Which better be the case since the two of them are basically following in Bugs Bunny's footsteps. Luckily, both do a good job with their comedy. Plucky, Hamton, Dizzy and pretty much everyone else plays similarly to their Looney Tune counterpart. The major difference between the two shows though is how more modern most of the shorts are in comparison to Looney Tunes, with more well known celebrities from my time that I was able to recognize. Which was pretty cool. And I loved the idea of a cartoon university where they learn from Bugs, Daffy and the other classic cartoons. Also, I loved How I Spent My Vacation. It was a great special/season finale.



    Well, that's kind of all I really have to say to be honest. Tiny Toon Adventures is a great series with some likable and funny cartoons, even if they're not quite as great as their more well-known teachers, or the Animaniacs. If you see any showings on TV or online for Tiny Toons, I say check it out. You'll like what you see.moreless
  • That was favorite cartoon all times. Tiny Toon Adventures rocks!

    10
    Man, Tiny Toon Adventures was Amazing!
  • Once again, I`m not looking at the most original show but one that is good nonetheless

    7.0
    Seeing this show reminds me of the classic Looney Toons show. True, it does try to copy the same format that we`ve seen with the real show and it feels kind of annoying to see that it is the same thing with different I do find it has many hilarious moments, the show can feel a bit worn out as you know what to expect from most of the characters on the show and it has the same formats we`ve seen (like the cyote chasing the roadrunner and the duck frequently being the joke of the show with his slapstick situations). Still, I think most people will find this familiarity to be what makes this show good and it does have a lot of its funny moments so I suppose the show deserves a posetive review here.moreless
  • About the show

    10
    It had great writiing in 64 episode in season one, season two, 19 episodes in season three and song for the main title theme
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Categories

Animation, Comedy, Kids

Themes

Slapstick, Saturday Morning, 90s, spinoff, musical numbers