Many of us grew up watching Looney Tunes comedy shorts (produced by Warner Bros.) and for some special reason most of us continue to love them even as adults. What’s even more amazing is that millions of kids today love Bugs Bunny, Tweety, Sylvester, Duffy Duck, and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang just as much as children loved them back in the 1930s when they were first created. Though we can name many reasons why this is so, the only sure thing is that the pure joy and laughter that these magical characters offer will uplift everyone’s spirit, regardless of age, gender, or race, for as long as they’re around.
This is the main reason why Looney Tunes characters have so many followers in every corner of the globe and why their fan base includes people of every color, religion, and nationality. However, and despite loving Looney Tunes characters from a very young age, it’s quite possible you still don’t know that much about them. For example, not many fans are aware that arguably the most popular character of all, Bugs Bunny, was used by the US Army during World War II for propaganda purposes. If you want to know more about Bugs and the rest of Warner Bros. cartoon family, take a look at these 25 Looney Facts About Looney Tunes.