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Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog

Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog are characters in a series of animated cartoons in Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies. They were created by Chuck Jones. Ralph Wolf (named after a Warner Bros. employee) has virtually the same character design as another Chuck Jones character, Wile E. Coyote: brown fur, wiry body, and huge ears, but with a red nose in place of Wile E.'s black one; (usually) white eyes instead of Wile E.'s yellow; and, occasionally, a fang protruding from his mouth. He also shares…

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Dr. Moron

Dr. Moron, also known as Dr. Frankenbeans or simply "Mad Scientist" or "Evil Scientist", is a character in the Looney Tunes franchise who is credited as the creator of Gossamer and other assorted monsters, such as the Evil Giant Robot and The Carrot Monster. He lives in a rather notable large looming castle built over a waterfall that has large, blinking neon lights on its side that read "MAD SCIENTIST" and "BOO". The classic shorts: "Water, Water Every Hare" (as "Evil Scientist") The…

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Influencing America through Animation WWII Propaganda Cartoons: Looney Tunes (Part 2) - Inside the Magic

From political commentary to mustering morale, the animation industry grew during the Second World War. During a time when almost every industry was tasked with supporting the war effort to stop the Axis powers from dominating the planet, cartoons went from entertaining the young to educating adults. In this three-part series; Inside the Magic takes […]