ToonHeads (partially lost animation anthology series; 1996-2003)


ToonHeads
The title card for ToonHeads.
The title card for ToonHeads.
Status Partially Lost

ToonHeads was an American animation series consisting of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Hanna-Barbera, Warner Brothers, Jay Ward and Popeye shorts, with trivia in between shorts about the studio who made it, a character in it, etc.. Each episode would have a different theme.

ToonHeads was originally broadcast on Cartoon Network from December 23, 1996 to November 23, 2003. Reruns aired from 2003 to 2005 on Cartoon Network and Boomerang. The series included eighty-two episodes, two one-hour specials, and one half-hour special which was never aired.

Season 1

All fifteen episodes [1] can not be found anywhere, save for two-thirds of the St. Patrick's Day episode, found by CDCB.
Notice: "(H-B)" means Hanna Barbera, "(MGM)" means Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, "(WB)" means Warner Brothers, "(JW)" means Jay Ward, and "(P)" means Popeye.

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
Unknown S01E01 El Kabong "El Kabong" (H-B)
"El Kabong Meets El Kazing" (H-B)
"El Kabong Bongs Kabong" (H-B)
Lost
Unknown S01E02 Barney Bear "Wee Willie Wildcat" (MGM)
"The Impossible Possum" (MGM)
"The Bear and the Beavers" (MGM)
Lost
Unknown S01E03 Tom and Jerry - The Chuck Jones Cartoons "The Cat Above the Mouse Below" (MGM)
"Much Ado About Mousing" (MGM)
"Cat and Dupli-cat" (MGM)
Lost
Unknown S01E04 Ranger John Smith "A Bear Living" (H-B)
"Bear Face Disguise" (H-B)
"Home Sweet Jellystone" (H-B)
Lost
Unknown S01E05 Hollywood "Slick Hare" (WB)
"Popeye's 20th Anniversary" (P)
"Yankee Doodle Daffy" (WB)
Lost
Unknown S01E06 The Old West "Hare Trigger" (WB)
"Homesteader Droopy" (MGM)
"Wagon Heels" (WB)
Lost
Unknown S01E07 Music "Me Musical Nephews" (P)
"The Rabbit of Seville" (WB)
"Johann Mouse" (MGM)
Lost
Unknown S01E08 Sports "Baseball Bugs" (WB)
"The Bowling-Alley Cat" (MGM)
"The Football Toucher-Downer" (P)
Lost
Unknown S01E09 Mel Blanc "Rabbit Seasoning" (WB)
"Speedy Gonzales" (WB)
"Daffy Duck Slept Here" (WB)
Lost
Unknown S01E10 Daws Butler "Mars Little Precious" (H-B)
"Tricky Trapper" (H-B)
"Pie-Pirates" (H-B)
Lost
Unknown S01E11 The Evolution of Tom and Jerry "Puss Gets the Boot" (MGM)
"Mouse Trouble" (MGM)
"Ah, Sweet Mouse-story of Life" (WB)
Lost
Unknown S01E12 Bugs Bunny in Fairy Tales "Little Red Riding Rabbit" (WB)
"Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears" (WB)
"Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk" (WB)
Lost
Unknown S01E13 Jay Ward "Treasure of Sierra Madre" (JW)
"Tom Tom the Piper's Son" (JW)
"Dudley Do-Right" (JW)
"How to Direct Movies" (JW)
"Snow White" (JW)
Lost
Unknown S01E14 Valentine's Day "The Zoot Cat" (MGM)
"The Stupid Cupid" (WB)
"Little 'Tinker" (MGM)
Lost
Unknown S01E15 St. Patrick's Day "The Huck of the Irish" (H-B)
"Droopy Leprechaun" (MGM)
"The Wearing of the Grin" (WB)
Partially lost

Season 2

This season started on November 13, 1998 [2]and is the most complete, with thirty-three out of thirty-five episodes available.

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
November 13, 1998 S02E01 Travelogue Cartoons "Detouring America" (WB)
"Crazy Cruise" (WB)
"Fresh Fish" (WB)
Found
November 20, 1998 S02E02 Emily the Chicken "Let it Be Me" (WB)
"A Star is Hatched" (WB)
"Strangled Eggs" (WB)
Found
November 27, 1998 S02E03 Baseball Cartoons "Gone Batty" (WB)
"Batty Baseball" (MGM)
"Baseball Bugs" (WB)
Found
December 6, 1998 S02E04 The Early Works of Chuck Jones "The Night Watchman" (WB)
"Dog Gone Modern" (WB)
"Toy Trouble" (WB)
Found
December 11, 1998 S02E05 Southern Fried Cartoons "Southern Fried Rabbit" (WB)
"Backwoods Bunny" (WB)
"The Dixie Fryer" (WB)
Found
December 18, 1998 S02E06 Midnight in the Bookstore "Speaking of the Weather" (WB)
"You're An Education" (WB)
"Book Revue" (WB)
Found
December 25, 1998 S02E07 The Many Faces of Robin Hood "Robin Hood Makes Good" (WB)
"Robin Hood Daffy" (WB)
"Robin Hoodwinked" (MGM)
Found
January 1, 1999 S02E08 Hollywood Nights "The Coo-Coo Nut Grove" (WB)
"Hollywood Steps Out" (WB)
"Slick Hare" (WB)
Found
January 8, 1999 S02E09 Future Shock "Dog Gone Modern" (WB)
"House Hunting Mice" (WB)
"The House of Tomorrow" (MGM)
Found
January 15, 1999 S02E10 Movie Star Bugs "A Hare Grows In Manhattan" (WB)
"What's Up Doc?" (WB)
Clips from various Bugs Bunny cartoons
Found
January 22, 1999 S02E11 Shut Eye "Good Night, Elmer" (WB)
"Back Alley Op-roar" (WB)
"Daffy Duck Slept Here" (WB)
Lost
January 29, 1999 S02E12 Egghead "Daffy Duck and Egghead" (WB)
"Count Me Out" (WB)
"A Day at the Zoo" (WB)
Found
February 5, 1999 S02E13 The Dreams of Bob Clampett "The Old Grey Hare" (WB)
"The Great Piggy Bank Robbery" (WB)
"The Big Snooze" (WB)
Found
May 14, 1999 S02E14 Goofy Gophers "The Goofy Gophers" (WB)
"I Gopher You" (WB)
"Tease for Two" (WB)
Found
May 21, 1999 S02E15 Motor Heads "Streamlined Greta Green" (WB)
"One Cab's Family" (MGM)
"Little Johnny Jet" (MGM)
Found
May 28, 1999 S02E16 Fight Night "Let You And Him Fight" (P)
"To Duck or Not to Duck" (WB)
"Rabbit Punch" (WB)
Found
June 6, 1999 S02E17 The Evolution of Tweety "A Tale of Two Kitties" (WB)
"Tweetie Pie" (WB)
"Canary Row" (WB)
Found
June 13, 1999 S02E18 The Year Elmer Fudd Got Fat "Wabbit Twouble" (WB)
"The Wacky Wabbit" (WB)
"Fresh Hare" (WB)
Found
June 20, 1999 S02E19 The Nice Mice of Warner Bros. "Ain't We Got Fun" (WB)
"A Sunbonnet Blue" (WB)
"The Mice Will Play" (WB)
Found
June 27, 1999 S02E20 Toro! Toro! "Bulldozing the Bull" (P)
"Bully for Bugs" (WB)
"Senor Droopy" (MGM)
Found
July 4, 1999 S02E21 Director Robert McKimson "Daffy Doodles" (WB)
"Easter Yeggs" (WB)
"Walky Talky Hawky" (WB)
Found
July 11, 1999 S02E22 Our Man Sam "Hare Trigger" (WB)
"Along Came Daffy" (WB)
"Bugs Bunny Rides Again" (WB)
Found
July 18, 1999 S02E23 The Musical Cartoons of Friz Freleng "Rhapsody in Rivets" (WB)
"Lights Fantastic" (WB)
"Rhapsody Rabbit" (WB)
Found
July 25, 1999 S02E24 Night of 1000 Elves "Busy Bakers" (WB)
"Holiday for Shoestrings" (WB)
"The Peachy Cobbler" (MGM)
Found
August 1, 1999 S02E25 One Toon Wonders "Ghost Wanted" (WB)
"The Crackpot Quail" (WB)
"One Froggy Evening" (WB)
Found
August 8, 1999 S02E26 Battle of the Bookworms "The Bookworm" (MGM)
"Sniffles and the Bookworm" (WB)
"The Wacky Worm" (WB)
Found
November 19, 1999 S02E27 Crooner Toons "Bingo Crosbyana" (WB)
"I Only Have Eyes for You" (WB)
"The Swooner Crooner" (WB)
Found
November 26, 1999 S02E28 Turkey Toons "Tom Turkey and His Harmonica Humdingers" (MGM)
"Jerky Turkey" (MGM)
"Tom Turk and Daffy" (WB)
Found
December 3, 1999 S02E29 Hobo Flea "The Homeless Flea" (MGM)
"An Itch in Time" (WB)
"What Price Fleadom?" (MGM)
Found
December 10, 1999 S02E30 Rocky & Mugsy "Bugs and Thugs" (WB)
"Bugsy and Mugsy" (WB)
"The Unmentionables" (WB)
Found
December 17, 1999 S02E31 Salesman Daffy "Yankee Doodle Daffy" (WB)
"The Stupor Salesman" (WB)
"Fool Coverage" (WB)
Found
December 24, 1999 S02E32 ToonHeads Christmas Special - Cartoon Christmas "Alias St. Nick" (MGM)
"The Captain's Christmas" (MGM)
"Peace On Earth" (MGM)
"The Night Before Christmas" (MGM)
"Bedtime For Sniffles" (WB)
Found
December 26, 1999 S02E33 Ants Life "The Fighting 69th-½" (WB)
"The Gay Anties" (WB)
"Ant Pasted" (WB)
Found
March 12, 2000 S02E34 ToonHeads Special - The Lost Cartoons "Bosko, The Talk-Ink Kid" (WB)
"Crying For The Carolines" (WB)
"Lady, Play Your Mandolin!" (WB)
"Any Bonds Today?" (WB)
"Spies" (WB)
"The Return Of Mr. Hook" (WB)
Clip of Two Guys from Texas featuring Bugs Bunny
"My Dream Is Yours" (WB)
"So Much for So Little" (WB)
"Orange Blossoms for Violet" (WB)
"Drafty, Isn't It?" (WB)
Tang commercial featuring Bugs Bunny and Marvin the Martian
"Philbert" (WB)
"The Adventures of the Road Runner" (WB)
Found on Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume 1, Disc 3
July 1, 2001 S02E35 ToonHeads Special - The Wartime Cartoons "Blitz Wolf" (MGM)
"Scrap Happy Daffy" (WB)
"Herr Meets Hare" (WB)
"Russian Rhapsody" (WB)
Lost

Season 3

This season is the next most complete, with nineteen episodes available. There was an episode titled "The Bugs Bunny 12" that ended up not being aired, although the proof of its existence is debatable.

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
November 04, 2001 S03E01 The Evolution of Elmer Fudd "A-Lad in Bagdad" (WB)
"Dangerous Dan McFoo" (WB)
"Elmer's Candid Camera" (WB)
"The Hardship of Miles Standish" (WB)
"A Wild Hare" (WB)
Lost
November 11, 2001 S03E02 The Early Works of Hanna & Barbera "To Spring" (MGM)
"Puss Gets the Boot" (MGM)
"Gallopin' Galls" (MGM)
"Officer Pooch" (MGM)
"Yankee Doodle Mouse" (MGM)
Lost
November 25, 2001 S03E03 Moon Toons "Little Buck Cheeser" (MGM)
"The Cat that Hated People" (MGM)
"Haredevil Hare" (WB)
Found
November 25, 2001 S03E04 The Great Cartoon Controversy "Rhapsody Rabbit" (WB)
"The Cat Concerto" (MGM)
"Tweetie Pie" (WB)
Found
December 2, 2001 S03E05 Tasmanian Devil "Devil May Hare" (WB)
"Ducking the Devil" (WB)
"Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare" (WB)
Found
December 2, 2001 S03E06 Before Bedrock "Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur" (WB)
"The First Bad Man" (MGM)
"Wild Wild World" (WB)
Lost
December 9, 2001 S03E07 The Early Works of Friz Freleng "It's Got Me Again!" (WB)
"Beauty and the Beast" (WB)
"Mr. and Mrs. is the Name" (WB)
"I Haven't Got a Hat" (WB)
"A Star is Hatched" (WB)
Lost
December 16, 2001 S03E08 Night at the Opera "Long-Haired Hare" (WB)
"Rabbit of Seville" (WB)
"What's Opera, Doc?" (WB)
Found
December 16, 2001 S03E09 Sufferin' Succotash! "Life with Feathers" (WB)
"Crowing Pains" (WB)
"Scaredy Cat" (WB)
Found
December 23, 2001 S03E10 Beaky Buzzard "Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid" (WB)
"The Bashful Buzzard" (WB)
"Strife with Father" (WB)
Lost
December 23, 2001 S03E11 Baby Boom Toons "The Stork's Holiday" (MGM)
"Baby Bottleneck" (WB)
"Stork Naked" (WB)
Partially found
December 30, 2001 S03E12 Tish Tash "Porky's Poultry Plant" (WB)
"You're an Education" (WB)
"Puss n' Booty" (WB)
"The Swooner Crooner" (WB)
"Nasty Quacks" (WB)
Lost
December 31, 2001 S03E13 Cartoon News Reels "She Was an Acrobat's Daughter" (WB)
"Going Home" (WB)
"The Hole Idea" (WB)
Found
July 21, 2002 S03E14 Ralph Phillips "From A to Z-z-z-z" (WB)
"Boyhood Daze" (WB)
"A Waggily Tale" (WB)
Found
July 28, 2002 S03E15 Rabbit Season, Duck Season "Rabbit Fire" (WB)
"Rabbit Seasoning" (WB)
"Duck! Rabbit! Duck!" (WB)
Lost
August 4, 2002 S03E16 Hubie & Bertie "The Aristo-Cat" (WB)
"Mouse Wreckers" (WB)
"Cheese Chasers" (WB)
Found
August 11, 2002 S03E17 The Great Race "Tortoise Beats Hare" (WB)
"Porky's Road Race" (WB)
"Tortoise Wins By a Hare" (WB)
"Porky's Naughty Nephew" (WB)
"Rabbit Transit" (WB)
Lost
August 18, 2002 S03E18 Cartoons in the Real World "The Adventures of Popeye" (P)
"You Ought to Be in Pictures" (WB)
Found
September 1, 2002 S03E19 Director Arthur Davis "Mouse Menance" (WB)
"Bowery Bugs" (WB)
"Quackodile Tears" (WB)
Found
December 21, 2002 S03E20 Before They Were Stars "A Tale of Two Kitties" (WB)
"The Fast and Furry-ous" (WB)
"Stage Door Cartoon" (WB)
Found
December 24, 2002 S03E21 Gangster Toons "I'm a Big Shot Now" (WB)
"Thugs with Dirty Mugs" (WB)
"Bunny and Claude - We Rob Carrot Patches" (WB)
Found
December 26, 2002 S03E22 The Movie Parodies of Porky & Daffy "Drip-Along Daffy" (WB)
"Duck Dodgers in the 24-½ Century" (WB)
"Deduce, You Say" (WB)
Found
December 27, 2002 S03E23 The Three Faces of Tom & Jerry "Mouse Trouble" (MGM)
"High Steaks" (MGM)
"Purr-chance to Dream" (MGM)
Found
December 28, 2002 S03E24 Director Norman McCabe "Who's Who in the Zoo" (WB)
"Daffy's Southern Exposure" (WB)
"The Ducktators" (WB)
"Gopher Goofy" (WB)
"Hop and Go" (WB)
Lost
December 31, 2002 S03E25 Speedy Gonzales "Cat-Tails for Two" (WB)
"Speedy Gonzales" (WB)
"The Pied Piper of Guadalupe" (WB)
Lost
October 19, 2003 S03E26 Captain & the Kids "Cleaning House" (MGM)
"Poultry Pirates" (MGM)
"Old Smokey" (MGM)
"Petunia Natural Park" (MGM)
"Mama's New Hat" (MGM)
Lost
October 26, 2003 S03E27 The Early Career of Porky Pig "Gold Diggers of '49" (WB)
"The Blow Out" (WB)
"Westward Whoa" (WB)
"Porky's Romance" (WB)
"Porky's Duck Hunt" (WB)
Lost
November 9, 2003 S03E28 Private Snafu "Coming Snafu" (WB)
"Spies" (WB)
"Booby Traps" (WB)
"Snafuperman" (WB)
"Censored" (WB)
Found
November 9, 2003 S03E29 Red "Red Hot Riding Hood" (MGM)
"Wild and Woolfy" (MGM)
"Little Rural Riding Hood" (MGM)
Found
November 16, 2003 S03E30 The Many Moods of Daffy Duck "The Wise Quacking Duck" (WB)
"Duck Amuck" (WB)
"Ali Baba Bunny" (WB)
Found
November 16, 2003 S03E31 Pepe le Pew "Odor-able Kitty" (WB)
"For Scent-imental Reasons" (WB)
"Louvre Come Back to Me" (WB)
Found
November 23, 2003 S03E32 The Boys from Kansas City "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile!" (WB)
"Porky and Gabby" (WB)
"Porky's Hare Hunt" (WB)
"Bottles" (MGM)
"The Milky Way" (MGM)
Found

Notes

  • In S02E06, "Midnight in the Bookstore", during the weekend of March 19, 1999, "You're An Education" was replaced with a redrawn print of "I Like Mountain Music" (WB). "Speaking Of The Weather" (WB) was the cartoon shown after that. "Book Revue" (WB) then followed. New wraparounds were made for "I Like Mountain Music" and "Speaking Of The Weather" during the weekend of October 6, 2000.
  • In S02E20, "Toro! Toro!", technical difficulties caused "The Mice Will Play" (WB) and Sheep Wrecked (MGM) to play instead of Bully for Bugs, and Senor Droopy, respectively. There was also usage of bumpers from S02E19, "The Nice Mice of Warner Bros.". The correct cartoons and segments were reinstated on October 1, 1999.

Updates

10/25/16 Update: "The Boys from Kansas City" special has been discovered to be in the hands of wiki user "Immaelsie", shared with the user by an anonymous user on 4chan a couple of years ago. The special can be found uploaded on MEGA here.

References

  1. Tex Avery Show / Toonheads Episode Guides
  2. Tex Avery Show / Toonheads Episode Guides

Comments


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CDCB

14 months ago
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I have the first 2/3 of the St. Patrick's Day episode from Season 1. Still figuring out VirtualDub since I'm a quality freak, but I'll post it once I've got that sorted out.
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Anonymous user #3

8 months ago
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Have you got things sorted out yet?
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Concretenova

13 months ago
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From the looks of it, it appears that the first four minutes of S02E35 can be viewed here: https://vimeo.com/135880526
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Immaelsie

12 months ago
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I have The Boys from Kansas City. This was shared with me by a 4chan user a couple years ago.

https://mega...0rZJZVAVC5Qg
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CaptainBZarre

12 months ago
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I have the segments from Before Bedrock but not the actual shorts that aired during it.
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TeridaxXD001

12 months ago
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Ah, one of the reasons I hate Adult Swim. Entertaining and informational.
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Anonymous user #1

11 months ago
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I remember toonheads! shame some of it's lost now
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Anonymous user #2

8 months ago
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Wow, I just remembered a few days ago that this even existed. It's crazy that the first season is lost. Really cool that a lot of it has been found though.
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Anonymous user #4

7 months ago
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I have been reading through this site for DAYS now and I have to chime in on this one: I very distinctly remember showing the Wartime Cartoons episode in a history class in high school, though I don't recall if it was actually my tape or if it was the teacher's. I was known to try and get stuff like that shown in class, so it's very possible that it was mine. The only downside to this is that I also remember a few of my tapes that I brought to school never being returned to me (e.g. Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol, a live tribute to the Beatles after George Harrison died, etc.) and even if I did tape it, there's no guarantee I didn't later tape over it.

I'll try and find it though. You never know.
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Nodog

7 months ago
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I just realized I have an airing of "Herr Meets Hare" from the Wartime Cartoons episode. There's no bumper before the beginning though, but there's a bumper at the end that lasts only 2 seconds. I don't know if anyone wants it, if they do, I'll upload it to MEGA or something.
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Ryanskii

7 months ago
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Upload it
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Dark Timur

6 months ago
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Found about everything on the torrent website; I only did not manage to find a few episodes + havent yet finished on Season 3, but other than that, someone is gonna have to do a lot of work on this page now!

Before getting to thew found episodes list, please note a few things here:

  • (asterisks) show how many shorts were found (ex. ** means two shorts)

"AND" does NOT mean "either here or there", but rather "there is this short here and here, but the quality/lingo may be different"

Also note that in most cases, when downloading a torrent file, you will have to check the videos you want to download


Season 1 - Episodes:

5 -

6 -

7 -

8 -

9 -

13 -

14 -

15 -

The Wearing of the Grin: https://rutr...hp?t=4262573


Season 2 - Episodes:

11 -

34 - Is everything found?


Season 3 - Episodes

1 -

2 -

6 -

That's all for now. I will add more when I finish w/ my bloody assignments!
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Ryanskii

6 months ago
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Can you add these to the toonheads
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Dark Timur

6 months ago
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Sorry at the moment I need to finish with the assignments. I would likely be able to free up some time - some time soon though.

Besides, there are a couple of other problems I believe need to be addressed:

  • Are these episodes fully replacable by the shorts from the other sources. For instance, if I manage to find all the complete shorts that make up the episode, do we really consider this as found?
  • Although I am 99.99 per cent positive that all the shorts I found so far, there would be nice to have someone to verify the episodes as well before actually marking them as "Found". Y'know, just to be sure.
  • also thats something of my personal opinion, should not we supposed to wait what the page author has to say?
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SuperPudding

5 months ago
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I found the shorts from the El Kabong episode. El Kabong: https://kimc...ong?id=43351 El Kabong Meets El Kazing: https://kimc...ing?id=43361

I can't find the last one though, I'll keep looking though.
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Ryanskii

5 months ago
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Noice find dude
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Anonymous user #5

6 months ago
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I was hoping to find the wartime cartoons episode
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Dark Timur

5 months ago
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Guys, I'm willing to add the episoned I found above to the top, can you answer the following questions beforehand so I could be sure I am doing the right thing?

  • Are these episodes fully replacable by the shorts from the other sources. For instance, if I manage to find all the complete shorts that make up the episode, do we really consider this as found?
  • Although I am 99.99 per cent positive that all the shorts I found so far, there would be nice to have someone to verify the episodes as well before actually marking them as "Found". Y'know, just to be sure.
  • also thats something of my personal opinion, should not we supposed to wait what the page author has to say?
  • And finally, is this ok to add multiple links for the single cartoon, considering that the links I am willing to add direct to the torrents where this episode is a part of collection?
Thanks
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Nodog

5 months ago
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I'm sorry for not replying earlier, but just the shorts do not mean an episode is "found". The complete thing (with segments inbetween the shorts, etc.) would have to be found for an episode to actually be found.
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SuperPudding

5 months ago
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Happy to see the entire series is almost found! All we have to do now is find the last 3 lost episodes, and find the rest of the segments to the 2 partially found episodes, and we're done!
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Anonymous user #6

5 months ago
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So has the lost cartoons episodes been found or not? Because if not, I own another looney tunes dvd (looney tunes all stars volume one) that contains the episode.
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Anonymous user #7

3 months ago
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I have 12 minutes of "Norman McCabe"
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SuperPudding

2 months ago
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The first 56 seconds of "Before Bedrock" and the First 5 minutes of "The Wartime Cartoons" are on Vimeo. https://vime...?q=toonheads
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PKBITESZADUSTO

2 days ago
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As someone who deeply admires old animation,Toonheads really interested me with how they presented the shorts. Even if i was too young to ever catch the show on TV, i found about it on the internet and became interested immediately. It is such a shame that the first season is so poorly documented, we don't even know when the series began! 1992? 1996? But anyway, i'm trying to say that the 1992-early 1998 timespan of Toonheads is big, unsolvable riddle. The past few days i have been reaserching all i could find on toonheads on the web, and hear is what all i could do. The last third of the "Sports" episode from season 1 (featuring a colorised print of the 1937 popeye short, "The Football Toucher Downer") can be found here: https://youtu.be/ZSlJTZ1s84M. Some promos for episodes from season 1? That has been listed nowhere: https://youtu.be/d0A5s6FMNww. https://youtu.be/6EcMZkQgT78. https://youtu.be/41JZn7Np-y0. https://youtu.be/87nskQZlahU. https://youtu.be/gC-dsQKqRU8 https://youtu.be/BW4X2JZJzKo. There is also said to be an academy award winning cartoons special aired sometime in march 1998, 8 months before the revamped toonheads started airing. And that also has not been documented in the list of episodes listed above https://www....cle-1.786812. https://youtu.be/yAnVaEDnSFM (promo 1 starts at 6:49, 2 starts at 16:41) Yet another episode not listed above is a series of episodes dedicated to the obscure Gene Deitch series "Nundik", these episodes aired around 1996. http://artic...toon-network. http://www.t...nik.2924231/ As for the revamped toonheads, one oasis for information lies on the toonzone forums, there, series producer George A. Klein(under the name GAK) frequently posted updates about the series on a thread named "The Termite Terrace Trade Post" (they posted alot, so dig deep!) http://www.t...g-post.2711/ Also, in the vimeo video on "The Wartime Cartoons", the uploader is actually george himself, i guess he could be contacted about this, but who knows. Note that many of the lost S3 episodes are an hour length, boomerang might have not shown those because their length interfering with their other programs(just a theory). But i have found that several episodes are on myspleen, so thats where several hour long S3 episodes might be, if some one who is a user in that site, please download the lost S3 episodes and upload them to archive.org. Well, i hope this helped at least a bit.
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