Happy belated birthday, Foghorn Leghorn! Foghorn J. Leghorn is a cartoon character that has appeared in Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons for Warner Bros. Pictures. He was created by Robert McKimson and writer Warren Foster, and starred in 29 cartoons from 1946 to 1964 in the Golden Age of American Animation. All 29 of these cartoons were directed by McKimson. First appearance was with Barnyard Dawg in Walky Talky Hawky on August 31,1946. He was initially voiced by the talented Mel Blanc until 1989. #foghornleghorn#warnerbroslooneytunes#barnyarddawg#melblanc#robertmckimson#warrenfoster
Happy birthday,George! George P. Dog (better known as (The) Barnyard Dawg) is a Looney Tunes character, debut on 31 August 1946 in "Walky Talky Hawky". An adult anthropomorphic basset hound, he is the archenemy of Foghorn Leghorn. He was created by Robert McKimson, who also created Foghorn, and was (initially) voiced by Mel Blanc. Dawg also feuds with other enemies as well like Henery Hawk, the Weasel, Daffy Duck and Sylvester. He appeared in 22 Golden Age–era Warner Bros. shorts.
O Pernalonga (Bugs Bunny) surgiu em 1940, em um curta metragem chamado The Wild Hare ("A Lebre Selvagem"), dirigido por Tex Avery, com Robert McKimson responsável pelo design definitivo do personagem. Foi neste desenho animado que ele disse pela primeira vez o seu famoso bordão O Que que há, velhinho? ("What's up, Doc?"). A produção foi feita pelos estúdios Leon Schlesinger Productions que viria a ser Warner Bros.Cartoons. O personagem é uma coelho antropomórfico cinzento, famoso por sua personalidade despreocupada e insolente, frequentemente mastigando uma cenoura.
A estreia do Pernalonga nos quadrinhos ocorreu em 1942 na revista Porky Pig # 01, pela Dell Comics. Dentre as várias histórias contidas nesta edição, o personagem apareceu em "Porky Pig Meets Beaky Buzzard", escrita e desenhada por Chase Craig. No ano seguinte, passou a ter título próprio com Bugs Bunny # 01 e aparecendo em publicações ininterruptamente até 1960. Voltou com certa regularidade a partir da década de 1970. *******
Bugs Bunny appeared in 1940, in a short film called The Wild Hare, directed by Tex Avery, with Robert McKimson responsible for the definitive design of the character. It was in this cartoon that he said for the first time his famous stickman, "What's up, Doc?". The production was made by the studios Leon Schlesinger Productions that would come to be Warner Bros. Cartoons. The character is a gray anthropomorphic rabbit, famous for its carefree and insolent personality, often chewing a carrot.
Bugs' debut in the comic strip occurred in 1942 in Porky Pig magazine # 01 by Dell Comics. Among the various stories contained in this issue, the character appeared in "Porky Pig Meets Beaky Buzzard", written and drawn by Chase Craig. The following year, it began to own title with Bugs Bunny # 01 and appearing in publications without interruption until 1960. It returned with a certain regularity from the 1970s.