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"The Master" of Animation

Chuck Jones

2

Chuck Jones Exclusives

Road Runner
Hazel Witch
Marvin Martian
Pepe Le Pew
Michigan J Frog
Penelope Pussycat

3

Chuck Jones learned his timing from _____

Tex Avery

4

"Red Hot Riding Hood"

Tex Avery, MGM, 1947

5

"Mouse Trouble"

Hanna- Barbera, MGM, 1944

6

"Dover Boys"

Chuck Jones, WB, 1942

7

"Kikis' Delivery Service"

Miyazaki, Studio Gibli, 1989

8

"Magical Maestro"

Tex Avery, MGM, 1952

9

What Character did Tex Avery bring into MGM?

Droopy

10

Chuck Jones' Daffy was more _____

Clever

11

"Fast & The Furry-ous"

Chuck Jones, WB, 1949

12

"Swing Shift Cinderella"

Tex Avery, MGM, 1945

13

"One Froggy Evening"

Chuck Jones, WB, 1955

14

"Drip Along Daffy"

Chuck Jones, WB, 1951

15

"Senor Droopy"

Tex Avery, MGM, 1949

16

"Lonesome Lenny"

Tex Avery, MGM, 1946

17

"Rabbit Season"

Chuck Jones, WB, 1952

18

After WB Chuck Jones goes to ______ and creates ____

MGM; Tom and Jerry

19

"The Dot & The Line"

Chuck Jones

20

"The Three Little Pups"

Tex Avery, MGM, 1953

21

"King Sized Canary"

Tex Avery, MGM, 1947

22

"Elmers' Candid Camera"

Chuck Jones, WB, 1940

23

"Haredevil Hare"

Chuck Jones, WB, 1948

24

"Bad luck Blackie"

Tex Avery, MGM, 1949

25

"Long- Haired Hare"

Chuck Jones, WB, 1949

26

"Bully for Bugs"

Chuck Jones, WB

27

"Baby Buggy Bunny"

Chuck Jones, WB

28

"Symphony in Slang"

Tex Avery, MGM, 1947

29

"Broomstick Bunny"

Chuck Jones, WB

30

"What's Opera Doe"

Chuck Jones, WB