Baby Looney Tunes

Baby Looney Tunes is a Canadian/American animated television series depicting toddler and preschool versions of Looney Tunes characters. It was produced by Warner Bros. Animation.[1]

Baby Looney Tunes
Opening title
Based onLooney Tunes
Directed by
  • Jeffrey Gatrall
  • Michael Hack
  • Scott Heming
Voices of
Theme music composerLisa Silver
Patty Way
Opening theme
  • "The Baby Looney Tunes Way", performed by Lisa Silver and Patty Way
Ending theme"The Baby Looney Tunes Way" (Instrumental)
Country of originUnited States
Canada (voice acting)
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes53 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
  • Sander Schwartz
  • For Cartoon Network (S02 only): Alice Cahn
  • Tom Minton
  • Gloria Yuh Jenkins (Season 1)
  • Ron Myrick (Season 2)
  • Mark McNally (Season 1)
  • Julie Anne Lau (Season 2)
Running time30 minutes
Production company(s)Warner Bros. Television Animation
(season 1)
Warner Bros. Animation
(season 2)
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Original networkKids' WB (2002-2003)
Cartoon Network (2002-2005)
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Audio formatDolby Surround
Original releaseSeptember 7, 2002 (2002-09-07) –
April 20, 2005 (2005-04-20)
External links

The show premiered as a full series on June 3, 2001 and returned to WB stations usually before or after the Kids' WB block from 2001 to 2003 and continued to air on Cartoon Network from 2004 to 2006 and when the series ended on October 16, 2006, it began airing reruns from 2006-2010. The show marked as the first preschool animated series from Warner Bros. Animation. Although it was initially broadcast in the 4:3 aspect ratio, Baby Looney Tunes is the first Warner Bros. animated series to be produced in the widescreen aspect ratio (16:9).


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast airedNetwork
138June 3, 2001 (2001-06-03)March 21, 2003 (2003-03-21)Kids' WB and Cartoon Network
Movie SpecialsMarch 4, 2003 (2003-03-04)Kids' WB and Cartoon Network
213August 15, 2004 (2004-08-15)October 16, 2006 (2006-10-16)Cartoon Network



  • Baby Bugs – (voiced by Samuel Vincent) He is indicated to be the oldest of the babies, which makes him their official leader. His leadership however does tend to cause tension, especially with Lola and Daffy.
  • Baby Tweety – (Also voiced by Samuel Vincent) A yellow canary. The youngest and the smallest of the gang. Depicted as the brainstormer, because he comes up with ideas when the others are fresh out of them. He is very sensitive about his small frame (which he must overcome in most episodes centered around him) and curious about what he encounters.
  • Baby Daffy – (Also voiced by Samuel Vincent) He is second in the lead after Bugs. Often, he always wants his personal gain. When he does not get what he wants he believes he is treated unfairly, not noticing the inconvenience inflicted on the others. But half the time he does have good intentions. He is known to have a fear of robots. Daffy is jealous of Bugs.
  • Baby Lola – (voiced by Britt McKillip) Sometimes, she takes charge. Her independence is greater than the others and she has more boyish tendencies than the other girls.
  • Baby Taz – (voiced by Ian James Corlett) As much as Taz is well behaved, he often mistakes various objects for food and sometimes breaks things with his spin. He has a sense of fun which exceeds all the others. He is also more cheeky, crying when things go wrong or when Daffy steals from him.
  • Baby Sylvester – (voiced by Terry Klassen) A cute Tuxedo cat. The tallest of the babies, not counting Bugs and Lola's ears. At times, he is shy and anxious, and he makes an easy target for Daffy to hoax and trade with. He is rarely seen using his claws. He likes to get attention from Granny more than the others. Sylvester is afraid of lightning and he hates pickles.
  • Baby Melissa – (voiced by Janyse Jaud) She often sticks with Petunia; the two were abruptly added to the main cast in the middle of the first season. She is a highly practical and creative sort with a friendly personality, but at times she can be a control freak and get on the others' nerves.
  • Baby Petunia – (voiced by Chiara Zanni) She often sticks with Melissa; the two were abruptly added to the main cast in the middle of the first season. She is more intelligent than the other babies with insatiable curiosity. In the episode "Let Harder They Fall", she is no longer wearing diaper anymore like other babies but by the time Petunia wears yellow, frilly training underpants with a white bow in the middle and "Petunia the Piggy Bank", she learned to save money.
  • Granny – (voiced by June Foray) She offers professional love and care for the babies to keep them happy. Being the only adult in their lives, the babies are fascinated and inspired by her intelligence, wisdom and ability to overcome problems when they arise with ease. Granny is strict, practical, and old fashioned.
  • Floyd Minton – (voiced by Brian Drummond) Granny's nephew. Sometimes he is overwhelmed by the responsibility he takes on the babies, but he is determined never to let Granny down. He often keeps an eye on one of the individual babies in each episode during Season 2.


Several other Looney Tunes characters have made cameos over the course of the show's run, mainly as guest spots or during songs. Baby Prissy, Baby Marc Antony and Baby Penelope appear in the songs, “Down By The Cage”, “Paws and Feathers” and “Vive Le Pew", respectively. Baby Marvin, Baby Elmer, Baby Instant Martians, Baby Gossamer and Baby Foghorn appear in “War Of The Weirds”, “Bully For Bugs”, “A Mid-Autumn Night’s Scream”, “Stop and Smell Up the Flowers“ and "Cock A Doodle Do It!", respectively. Baby Wile E. and Baby Road Runner appear in multiple songs, as do Baby Pepe, Baby Porky and Baby Sam.


In 1997, Warner Bros. Animation announced a new show. It was originally under the name Lil' Looney Critters, but in April 1999, they changed the name to Baby Looney Tunes. In January 2001, they ended production and the pilot aired on June 3, 2001. They restarted production 5 days later and re-ended production; and the show started as a full series on July 28, 2001.


Underscoring for the series was written by veteran animation composers Steven and Julie Bernstein. They were nominated for a Daytime Emmy (Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition) in 2006. They also composed the score for the Easter movie, Baby Looney Tunes' Eggs-traordinary Adventure, writing the music and lyrics for the featured songs.

Home mediaEdit

Warner Home Video[2] has released 15 of the 53 episodes of Baby Looney Tunes, including the DVD of the only Baby Looney Tunes movie: Eggs-traordinary Adventure.

DVD Name Ep # Release Date Special Features
Eggs-traordinary Adventure 3 May 25, 2004
  • 2 bonus episodes
  • 2 music videos
  • Granny's Activity Day Challenge
4 Kid Favorites: Baby Looney Tunes 12 January 17, 2012
  • Menu Challenge: Baby Trivia
  • Menu Challenge: What's That Sound?

In the United Kingdom, 4 volumes were released on DVD from July 15, 2013. Each disc contains 4 half-hour episodes.

DVD Name Episodes listed Release Date
Baby Bugs Bunny
  • "Bruce Bunny / Leader of the Pack"
  • "Flower Power / Lightning Bugs Sylvester"
  • "By No, No, No! / I Strain"
  • "The Sandman Is Coming / Some Assembly Required"
July 15, 2013
Baby Taz
  • "The Creature from the Chocolate Chip / Card Bored Box"
  • "School Daze / Things That Go Bugs in the Night"
  • "Taz in Toyland / A Secret Tweet"
  • "Comfort Level / Like a Duck to Water"
July 15, 2013
Baby Sylvester
  • "Mr. McStuffles / Picture This!"
  • "Hair Cut-Ups / A Clean Sweep"
  • "Daffy Did It! / The Pig Who Cried Wolf"
  • "New Cat in Town / Magic of Spring"
July 15, 2013
Baby Tweety
  • "All Washed Up / Did Not! Did Too!"
  • "Tea and Basketball / Taz You Like It"
  • "Band Together / War of the Weirds"
  • "The Harder They Fall / Business as Unusual"
July 15, 2013

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Baby Looney Toons-". Retrieved 30 June 2013.
  2. ^ "Warner Home Video".

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