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Chuck Jones

Hold the Lion, Please(1942)

A lion wants to prove he's still "King of the Jungle" and, to prove it, he hunts rabbit.

Homeless Hare(1950)

Directed by Chuck Jones. "It's morning and Bugs Bunny is awake. It doesn't look like he had enough rest though. He looks around and sees he is high up in the sky. Bugs' hole has become part of an construction site and a bulldozer is ready to move his hole to destruction. Bugs makes an emotional plea to move his home back to it's original place and the construction worker seems touched. But his intentions aren't that well. Bugs Bunny swears revenge." [Internet Movie Database]

Hook, Line and Stinker(1958)

Wile E. Coyote hopes to catch the Road Runner using a mallet, a cooking pan, a TNT stick, a balloon, and a piano dropped from a precipice. The last of these results in Wile E. falling to the road below along with the piano and ending up with 88 teeth.

Hush My Mouse (1946)

Take-off on the "Duffy's Tavern" radio program, with tough-guy Eddie G. Robincat demanding a meal of mouse knuckles, "of which we ain't got none," waiter Filligan informs his absentee boss on the phone. To fill the plate, Filligan then tries to catch the blabbermouth mouse, Sniffles.

In the Aleutians(1945)

Pvt. Snafu complains about being assigned to the infantry only to learn that other branches have their own problems.

Infantry Blues(1943)

Pvt. Snafu complains about being assigned to the infantry only to learn that other branches have their own problems.

Inki and the Minah Bird (1943)

In an African jungle strange enough to have a roaring butterfly, Inki the boy hunter, a lion with false teeth and a magical minah bird match wits.

Inki at the Circus (1947)

At the circus, two dogs compete for the bone in Inki's topknot, as a disinterested myna bird causes trouble for everyone.

It's Murder She Says... (1945)

A haggard mosquito complains how tough life is with the military taking the proper precautions against malaria infection.

Joe Glow, the Firefly (1941)

A firefly with a miner's lighted helmet explores a camper's tent and the various people-sized items that, from his perspective, are gigantic, then utters the cartoon's single line of dialog.

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