An updated iteration of the classic Looney Tunes characters focusing on their satirical misadventures living in suburbia.
The scene descends upon Pimento University (“good old P.U.”), the college where the three inseparable Dover brothers, athletic oldest brother Tom (on a tandem bicycle with a perpetual wheelie), middle child Dick (on a self-propelled penny-farthing whose pedals are too far away for Dick to reach), and portly, curly-haired youngest brother Larry (on a tricycle), attend school. “A gay outing at the park has been planned by the merry trio, and they are off to fetch ‘their’ fiancée, dainty Dora Standpipe, at Miss Cheddar's Female Academy, close by.” The Boys are called upon to rescue Dora when she is kidnapped …
In this version of Jules Verne's classic, the Looney Tunes join two men on a journey after one of them discovers an evil businessman had double-crossed his father and the ACME company years before and try to stop his evil plans.
At an age where cartoons are being remade into stupid CGI action blockbusters filled with explosions and sex jokes or bad PG kids films thanks to a horrible multi-billionaire director known as The Boomer (Parody of Michael Bay) Toontown's legendary cartoon characters settle aside their differences and team up to rescue their poor cartoon friends from The Boomer's empire of bad Hollywood production and stop bad cartoon remakes altogether! To describe this is more like a cartoon version of Justice League with Michael Bay explosions, it's hand-drawn animated characters (and some CG like Shrek) going up against bad Hollywood representations …
Before Cats Don't Dance, There was an original idea where Michael Jackson was to star on a Live-Action/Animated film featuring the Looney Tunes! But sadly he dropped out leaving both a Looney Tunes film becoming Space Jam, and this plotline into Cats Don't Dance. The story I think if they had elements from Cats Don't Dance would've been like this. Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes are falling out of their fame and glory in Warner Bros. Studios, but they find hope as pop star Michael Jackson comes to help them win back audiences!
What if Who Framed Roger Rabbit was made in the 40's?
A new powerful alien race invades the land of Looney Tunes, and just like before they compete in a basketball tournament with new basketball star Lebron James!
In the 24½ Century, Duck Dodgers and his Space Cadet have traveled a huge voyage in outer space defeating the martian army. But now he’s about to meet his worst nightmare after decades long past. Bugs Bunny returns to the 24½ Century and takes the spotlight as space hero. But Duck Dodgers is Furious as he wants revenge for all the times he's been blasted instead of Bugs. Now the Ultimate Battle between Duck and Wabbit rages on in an all-new feature length animated movie! Duck Dodgers is back and this time, he’s not alone.
The Unproduced Prequel to Who Framed Roger Rabbit; Roger Rabbit living with a family in Kansas finds he's adopted, and goes out to Hollywood to find his mother while also fighting in World War II
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