Looney Tunes

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  • Space Jam Film Analysis

    Muggsy Bogues, Larry Johnson, Patrick Ewing, and Shawn Bradley in the film to help to portray how athletes view sports as the most critical thing in their lives. The first Space Jam movie was such a success that there is now a second Space Jam movie in the making. This time, however, LeBron James, 3 time NBA Champion and former MVP of the league will overtake Jordan’s role and help the Looney Tunes in whatever trouble they may find themselves in. The other supporting players have their abilities “stolen” away by the Monstars, and are completely dumbfounded as to how they are supposed to handle life without their skills and being great at basketball. The players feel as if their whole lives are taken away from them when they simply just cannot play basketball at an elite level. They are perceiving their basketball talents to be everything in life, nothing else matters to them, not their family, friends, or kids, it’s sports or nothing. Swackhammer, owner of the amusement park planet Moron Mountain, is in desperate need to get new attractions and he comes to the conclusion that the Looney Tune characters would be perfect fit. He then sends his diminutive underlings to fetch them to him, whether Bugs Bunny and his crew want to go or not. Well armed for their size, Bugs Bunny uses his sly abilities to trick them into agreeing to a competition to determine their freedom. Taking advantage of their height discrepancies over their puny and stubby legged foes, the gang selects…

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  • I Am Free Of All Prejudice Essay

    innocent. Throughout the years a child starts know how to hate certain races and favor others. The child does not learn this by himself, it’s the parents that teach him this. An example of this would be in the Language Awareness book on page thirty nine, when Rebekah states how she made fun of the girl using the word nigger. She said she did not know where she learned the word only to later find out that her father used this word often when speaking to his father. Rebekah heard the word from…

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  • Social Class: A Conceptual Analysis

    “a system of power one that draws on physiological appearance to construct and give meaning to racial boundaries and the hierarchy they are apart of” (Fitzgerald 204). Some may argue that children are just children and are incapable of racial prejudice through group position Yet, it has been proven by the Blue eyes -Brown eyes Study, that racial prejudice and discrimination is taught and functioning in school systems as group position . It is true that being prejudice is not innate but the…

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  • Should The Looney Tunes Beware Of Strangers

    The overall story is one I have heard multiple times since it is so ingrained in pop culture. I was introduced to it in a Looney Tunes cartoon that my family still quote to this day. It seems that everyone knows the story; they may not know the darkness of the original, but the basic story has barely changed. Personally speaking, finally reading the original has not really changed my view of the story in the slightest; I still think that it has a good overall message of ‘beware of strangers’.…

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  • Tom Robbins Trickster

    One specific trick Bugs plays on him is when Fudd throws dynamite in Bugs’ hole. Bugs continuously throws it right back each time until it explodes in Elmers possession. This is not the only example of his trickery. Bugs has pulled several other tricks such as telling Elmer it is duck season rather than rabbit season so he won't be hunted. Occasionally Bugs will even dress up as other characters to cheat and deceive people to gain what he wants. He will do anything in his power to scam those for…

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  • What Are The Major Flaws In Shakespeare's Work

    This theory was developed by J. Thomas Looney in 1918. J. Looney built his theory around the belief that Shakespeare didn't travel enough to be able to write about all of the things that he included in his plays. That belief lead him to Ed de Vere. Vere was well traveled, well educated, and had some connections to the theatre. It really seemed like Ed de Vere was the author of Shakespeare's plays, but just like all the other theories, this theory had many flaws. One flaw in this theory was that…

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  • Tina Tippett Case Summary

    The defendants are John Looney and Sally Tunes. 3. The burden of proof is on Tina Tippett, the plaintiff in the case. Tina Tippett is obligated to prove all elements of her claim, against John Looney and Sally Tunes, to the court. In a civil matter the plaintiff is required to prove that the defendants are liable, and therefore the defendants do not have a burden placed on them to refute the facts of the plaintiff’s case. In addition, the defendants are not required to submit their own evidence.…

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  • Doc Mcstuffins Analysis

    In “Doc McStuffins” the focus is an African American girl who wants to be a doctor like her mother. She is a nurturing six year old girl who cares for stuffed animals and toys in her playhouse clinic. Aimed at preschoolers, “Doc McStuffins” appeals to black and brown young girls. Part of the appeal for these young girls is allowing them to see themselves represented as an aspiring intellectual professional. “Doc McStuffins” is mostly designed to entertain, a minus for parents of preschoolers,…

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  • Duck Amuck Parody

    After the success of Disney’s Silly Symphonies, other studios began their own spin on the program. This for Leon Schlesinger and the Warner Brothers was a way of incorporating popular music with cartoons (Beck, iv). An exemplary case of these Merrie Melodies, which is interchangeable with the more known name, the Looney Tunes are Duck Amuck. While Merrie Melodies had been in production since the beginning of the 1930s (Beck iv), Duck Amuck made it’s debut in 1953, directed by Chuck Jones (Klein,…

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  • Classifying LSD And Psilocybin: The Hallucinogen Case Study

    Andes 2016) . Sometimes, LSD is even added onto absorbent paper, which is then fractioned off into small squares and decorated with designs of cartoon characters, which explains its given nickname “looney tunes” (FDFW 2016). Occasionally, it is sold in liquid form, but no matter what form this potent psychedelic comes in, LSD still drives the user into the same path—a serious disconnection from the environment, the people around you, and especially yourself. Although LSD is used by numerous…

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