Me, inside the gymasium which was the scoring stage and screening room.Notice the projection booth windows above the basketball hoop.In PORKY'S GARDEN (1937) a little spinach-eating chick turns into Popeye the Sailor!

(includes Betty Boop, Screen Songs, Ko Ko The Clown (1927-1929), Animated Antics, Stone-Age and Color Classics) are owned by Republic Entertainment (a subsidiary of Viacom). First Looney Tunes were established to be the showcase of Warner Bros.

Artisan Entertainment have sub-licensed the video rights.• Good News! (they own the films) and King Features (they own the character) have finally reached an agreement to release these classic cartoons on DVD. The first boxed set should be released in July 2007! latest "star" character - at various times "Bosko" (1930-1933), "Buddy" (1933-1935), "Beans" (1936) and finally "Porky Pig" or "Daffy Duck" (1936-1943).

By 1940, stars Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Sniffles and Daffy Duck were regularly appearing in Merrie Melodies.

In 1944 the Looney Tunes switched to color and the distinctions between the two series officially ended.

"Snuffles" was the name of the hound who went wild for dog biscuits.

He was featured on Hanna-Barbera's Quick Draw Mc Graw Show, as Quick Draw's pet hound. Snuffles snack-loving trait was later incorporated into the personality of Scooby Doo. It has been released on dvd on the LOONEY TUNES GOLDEN COLLECTION, Vol. It is also a bonus feature on the DVD of the Oscar winning animated feature, HAPPY FEET.

Cartoon Researcher Ken Layton says, "There is an excellent article (with photos!

) detailing both interior and exterior of the Fleischer Miami studios in the January 1939 issue of "Architectural Record" magazine (pages 33, 34, 35, 36, and 37).

The Crow imitatating Bugs Bunny in Columbia's Fox & Crow comedy MYSTO FOX (1946) is a strange unauthorized crossover.