Tiny Toon Adventures

Season 1 Episode 42

Looniversity Days

Aired Sunday 5:00 AM Nov 20, 1990 on FOX



  • Trivia

    • While the majority of this episode was animated by Encore Cartoons, there are a few retakes that were handled by Jon McClenahan, whom would go to found Startoons (and was also working for Kennedy Cartoons at the time.) Most notable is in "The Learning Principal" when Hamton talks to Buster out in the hallway. Reruns in syndication and on FOX Kids added two more retake scenes animated by McClenahan, including Buster's "That's my name, don't wear it out" bit also from "The Learning Principal," and a scene in "Eating Between the Lines" where the Bookworm disguises as a teddy bear, hides on the "Sleeping Beauty" book cover, snatches Sweetie's mallet and hits her with it. Later reruns on cable and DVD releases do not feature those two additional retakes, and use the original (and noticeably inferior) Encore animation used in the original airing of this episode.

    • Between "Learning Principal" and "Eating between the Lines", You can See Calamity Coyote (Being held back by Hamton) without His sneakers!

    • When Bookworm started to cry because of the Onion cut by Sweetie, Sweetie's arm is the same color as Bookworm.

    • When you first see Mary Melody in "The Learning Principal" she is Caucasian.

    • In "The Learning Principal" after Buster is sent to the principal and he's walking out, in the clutter of students in the background you can see a purple Plucky Duck where Fifi should be, outside the door, the real Plucky is waiting for him.

    • Plucky goes into the nurses office and sees Calamity, Furball, and that wierd bird what's-his-name and askes, "You guys had a pop quiz too?" but he should already know that since they were all in his class!

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  • Allusions

    • Angels with Dirty Faces

      The discussion between Hamton (dressed as a priest) and Buster (talking like a gangster) references the 1938 movie, "Angels with Dirty Faces" which starred James Cagney, Pat O'Brien and the Dead End Kids.

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