January 5, 1952 9:00 pm
January 19, 1952 9:00 pm
Wile E. uses Bugs to his advantage to do his best to catch Road Runner. This plan doesn't go as well as he hoped it would, though. Road Runner outwits him, once again.
February 2, 1952 9:00 pm
Marc Antony tries to scare off a cute little kitten, Pussyfoot, only to realize the cat is not scared of him, instead using him as a bed and resting on his back. The dog falls for the cat and decides to adopt it and to bring it home. Upon his arrival, his human owner (seen only from the waist down), tired of picking up his things, warns him not to bring a single thing more inside the house. Afraid of his mistress but unable to get rid of the kitten, the dog tries to hide the cat by pretending it is a wind-up toy or a powder puff. He barely finds the time to hide it in a flour bin before his mistress enters the kitchen. Terrified, he looks on as she takes some flour out of the box to bake some cookies. The cat is poured into the mixing bowl without the lady realizing it. Marc Antony unplugs the mixer before she can pulverize the poor kitten. Tired of the dog's antics, his mistress throws him out of the house while, unseen, the cat extracts itself from the bowl. In the backyard, the bulldog watches through a window as what he thinks is his kitten is mixed, rolled and cut before being put in the oven. Sobbing and heartbroken, he barely finds the strength to take the cat-shaped cookie his mistress gives to him and place it lovingly on his back where his kitten used to rest. Only then does he hear the little meow of Pussyfoot right in front to him. He kisses the cat as his mistress realises he has a pet. To the dog's surprise, she allows him to keep the cat as long as he takes care of it. Once again, Pussyfoot goes to sleep on Marc Anthony's back as the content dog smiles.
February 16, 1952 9:00 pm
On Christmas Day, Sylvester switches the gift tags of his gifts with those of his owner, Granny. Granny is puzzled when her "gift" is a rubber mouse, but then realizes what has happened when Sylvester burps up Tweety's feathers. Tweety distracts Sylvester with another "gift" a large bulldog which devours the cat.
February 23, 1952 9:00 pm
Bugs outwits a big dopey dog who is hunting a fox.
March 1, 1952 9:00 pm
March 15, 1952 9:00 pm
Bugs goes a little crazy whenever he's standing close to gold, and the trait intrigues claim-jumping Klondike miner Chillicothe (Yosemite) Sam.
March 24, 1952 9:00 pm
The Coyote chases the Road Runner through a maze of mineshafts, with their positions made visible only by the lamps on their helmets.
March 29, 1952 9:00 pm
April 5, 1952 9:00 pm
A lazy, fat cat named Dodsworth is ordered by his mistress to catch mice that have invaded their home. Dodsworth doesn't want to condescend to personal physical effort to catch the mice; so, he dons a professor's hat and dupes a kitten into doing the job for him, on the pretext that he's a teacher who is giving the kitten a valuable learning experience.
April 19, 1952 9:00 pm
A mad scientist needs Bugs's brain to give life to one of his evil creations. He sends a character named "Monster" to catch him. Bugs pours reducing oil on the monster to shrink him. The mad scientist throws an axe at Bugs and accidentally breaks open a large jar of ether. The ether slows down their reactions to everything.
April 23, 1952 9:00 pm
In his attempt to catch the Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote tries the old cartoon trick of putting up a painting of a continuing road where a bridge has in fact gone out. It doesn't work, nor does dressing in drag or dropping an anvil from a balloon.
May 3, 1952 9:00 pm
An elderly mouse tells the bedtime story of Little Red Riding Hood to her grandson, who visualizes the tale in cat-and-mouse terms, with himself as Red and Sylvester as the Big Bad Wolf.
May 10, 1952 9:00 pm
A prize-fighting banty rooster, so slap-happy that he goes into a punching spree whenever he hears a bell, falls out of a truck and onto the farm where Foghorn Leghorn is in the midst of his usual sparring match with the barnyard dog. Foghorn and the dog use the fighter-rooster's manic punching against each other by ringing a bell once the rooster is within striking distance of their intended victim.
June 7, 1952 9:00 pm
June 21, 1952 9:00 pm
Sylvester Cat discovers Tweety Bird in a pet store window. Tweety is taken to be delivered by truck to a new owner - Granny. Sylvester chases the delivery truck to Granny's home, where Granny has a huge, fenced-in area for her army of bulldogs. Sylvester makes several unsuccessful attempts to pass the dogs and reach Tweety inside Granny's house.
June 26, 1952 9:00 pm
A Texas oilman fights Bugs over property rights to his rabbit hole.
June 28, 1952 9:00 pm
The Big Bad Wolf's proper little nephew has learned at school that his uncle was the fiend who blew the Three Little Pigs' houses down and is ashamed that his uncle, flesh of his flesh and blood of his blood, could have committed such a deed. When confronted by his nephew with this information, Big Bad pleads innocent. He tells a quite different story of how he was an innocent, nature-loving kid tormented by Three sadistic Little Pigs, who, upon reading of a 50 dollar bounty for a wolf's tail, chased him home and blew his house down!
July 5, 1952 9:00 pm
August 9, 1952 9:00 pm
Sylvester's latest baby-kangaroo-sure-looks-like-a-giant-mouse fiasco, this time with a dopey lug named Benny instead of his son as his companion. Sylvester and his big, dumb cat friend Benny go mousing on the waterfront. Sylvester is interested in getting a meal, while Benny seeks companionship. Sylvester runs into Hippety Hopper and tries to run, but Benny won't let him go, and he forces Sylvester to try and catch the baby kangaroo "to have one for my very own, to love him and pet him, to hug him and hug him, pet him and pet him."
August 30, 1952 9:00 pm
Sylvester Cat spots Tweety Bird in a display window of an after-hours department store and sneaks inside through a mail server chute. Tweety flees Sylvester by hiding in a hat pile and a doll house, evades the shots from a rifle Sylvester uses, and escapes in a vacuum tube. Tweety sends a dynamite stick through another tube, and Sylvester swallows it, thinking it is Tweety. The dynamite blows up inside Sylvester after the cat leaves the store and walks down the street.
September 8, 1952 9:00 pm
A boy-girl mouse puppy love situation is confounded by Claude the Cat.
September 20, 1952 9:00 pm
The cartoon finds Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck again arguing over which of them is “in season” (it is really Duck Season as Daffy says in the beginning), while a befuddled Elmer Fudd tries to figure out which animal is telling the truth. Between using sneaky plays-on-words, and dressing himself in women's clothing (including a Lana Turner-style sweater), Bugs manages to escape unscathed, while Daffy repeatedly has his beak blown: off, upside-down, or sideways, by Mr. Fudd.
October 4, 1952 9:00 pm
October 18, 1952 9:00 pm
November 11, 1952 9:00 pm
In this parody of trench-coat detective films, Daffy Duck is Duck Drake, a "Private Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat" who receives a telephone call summoning him to the J. Cleaver Axe-Handle Estate, where a murder has supposedly taken place. Daffy/Drake arrives at a lavish house that he thinks is the murder site and suspects its occupant, an amorous lady duck, of committing the crime. As the lady duck showers him with affection, Daffy attempts to reenact the crime as he believes it happened and orders the lady duck to cooperate. In the process, Daffy is shot, crushed by a falling piano, and run over by a train, before the lady duck tells him that he came to the wrong address, that the real murder site is a house down the road, and that the only thing of which she is guilty is love for Daffy, whom she matrimonially pursues straight through her house's door and outside onto the street.
November 19, 1952 9:00 pm
A little bunny named Shorty with a warp-speed high pitched voice is running from Pete Puma, until he stumbles down Bugs Bunny's rabbit hole. The little guy tells Bugs his problem ("Myheartpounded, mylegstrembled, Iwasfrozenwithfear!"), and Bugs agrees to help him out.
November 29, 1952 9:00 pm
Claude takes on a frisky puppy named... (wait for it...) Frisky! No longer the dupe of Hubie and Bertie, Claude has feline cunning and deviousness on his side. The puppy-pup has only canine naiveté and spontaneous barking systems which send the nervous Claude flying. After playing with a ball and a flea (a triumph of semi-naturalistic animation), Frisky needs a bath. One of his spasms has the gloating Claude flying into the tub. Another puts him against the ceiling with a wet bucket around him.
December 13, 1952 9:00 pm
After trying to sell insurance to Porky and fails, Daffy tries to make Porky get hurt, so he can buy the insurance. Daffy convinces Porky to sign, but Porky inherits one million dollars.
December 20, 1952 9:00 pm