ToonHeads (partially lost Cartoon Network animation anthology series; 1992-2003)

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The title card for ToonHeads.

Status: Partially Lost

ToonHeads was an American animation anthology series consisting of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Hanna-Barbera, Warner Brothers, Jay Ward and Popeye shorts. Three to five shorts played corresponding to the topic of each episode with trivia in-between the shorts about the studio, who made it, the history behind it, and facts unbeknownst to many. It was originally broadcasted on Cartoon Network from 1992[1] to 2003. Reruns aired from 2003 to 2005 on Adult Swim and Boomerang, making it one of the longest-running Cartoon Network series. The show included eighty-nine episodes, two one-hour specials, and two half-hour specials, which were never aired.

Season 1

Episode two is found. Episode nine is missing its "return" bumper. Episodes one and nineteen and twenty-two survive only with their intro. Promo's for "The Old West", "Daws Butler", and "Academy Award-Winning Toons" are available although their segments are missing. The rest have not resurfaced.

Notice: "(H-B)" means Hanna Barbera, "(MGM)" means Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, "(WB)" means Warner Brothers, "(JW)" means Jay Ward, "(P)" means Popeye, "(FM)" means Filmation, "(RS)" means

Ruby-Spears, and "(INDIE)" means Independent Film

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
Oct 2nd, 1992


S01E01 El Kabong "El Kabong" (H-B)
"El Kabong Meets El Kazing" (H-B)
"El Kabong Bongs Kabong" (H-B)
Oct 9th, 1992


S01E02 Barney Bear "Wee Willie Wildcat" (MGM)
"The Impossible Possum" (MGM)
"The Bear and the Beavers" (MGM)
Oct 16th, 1992


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)
Oct 23rd, 1992


S01E04 Ranger John Smith "A Bear Living" (H-B)
"Bear Face Disguise" (H-B)
"Home Sweet Jellystone" (H-B)
Oct 30th, 1992


S01E05 Hollywood "Slick Hare" (WB)
"Popeye's 20th Anniversary" (P)
"Yankee Doodle Daffy" (WB)
Nov 6th, 1992


S01E06 The Old West "Hare Trigger" (WB)
"Homesteader Droopy" (MGM)
"Wagon Heels" (WB)
Nov 13th, 1992


S01E07 Music "Me Musical Nephews" (P)
"The Rabbit of Seville" (WB)
"Johann Mouse" (MGM)
Nov 20th, 1992


S01E08 Sports "Baseball Bugs" (WB)
"The Bowling-Alley Cat" (MGM)
"The Football Toucher-Downer" (P)
Nov 27th, 1992


S01E09 Mel Blanc "Rabbit Seasoning" (WB)
"Speedy Gonzales" (WB)
"Daffy Duck Slept Here" (WB)
Partially Found
Dec 4th, 1992


S01E10 Daws Butler "Mars Little Precious" (H-B)
"Tricky Trapper" (H-B)
"Pie-Pirates" (H-B)
Dec 11th, 1992


S01E11 The Evolution of Tom and Jerry "Puss Gets the Boot" (MGM)
"Mouse Trouble" (MGM)
"Ah, Sweet Mouse-story of Life" (WB)
Dec 18th, 1992


S01E12 Bugs Bunny in Fairy Tales "Little Red Riding Rabbit" (WB)
"Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears" (WB)
"Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk" (WB)
Dec 25th, 1992


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)
Jan 1st, 1993


S01E14 The Best of Tex Avery Unknown Lost
Jan 8th, 1993


S01E15 Academy Award-Winning Toons Unknown Lost
Jan 15th, 1993


S01E16 Cartoon Sequels Unknown Lost
Jan 22nd, 1993


S01E17 Popeye Unknown Lost
Feb 14th, 1993


S01E18 Valentine's Day "The Zoot Cat" (MGM)
"The Stupid Cupid" (WB)
"Little 'Tinker" (MGM)
Partially Found
Mar 17th, 1993


S01E19 St. Patrick's Day "The Huck of the Irish" (H-B)
"Droopy Leprechaun" (MGM)
"The Wearing of the Grin" (WB)
Partially Found
Jun 18th, 1993


S01E20 Wobert Cwampett: That Cwazy Diwector Unknown Lost
Jun 25th, 1993


S01E21 Don't Adjust Your Color: Black-and-White Cartoons Unknown Lost
Aug 20th, 1993[2] S01E22 Insomnia "Quiet Please" (MGM)
Partially Found
Apr 15th, 1994


S01E23 Forgotten Directors: Frank Tashlin Unknown Lost
Apr 29th, 1994


S01E24 Forgotten Directors: Arthur Davis Unknown Lost

Season 2

This season started on November 13, 1998.[3] Twelve episodes from the season are available online, although "Shut Eye" is partially found.

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
Nov 13th, 1998 S02E01 Travelogue Cartoons "Detouring America" (WB)
"Crazy Cruise" (WB)
"Fresh Fish" (WB)
Nov 20th, 1998 S02E02 Emily the Chicken "Let it Be Me" (WB)
"A Star is Hatched" (WB)
"Strangled Eggs" (WB)
Nov 27th, 1998 S02E03 Baseball Cartoons "Gone Batty" (WB)
"Batty Baseball" (MGM)
"Baseball Bugs" (WB)
Dec 6th, 1998 S02E04 The Early Works of Chuck Jones "The Night Watchman" (WB)
"Dog Gone Modern" (WB)
"Toy Trouble" (WB)
Dec 11th, 1998 S02E05 Southern Fried Cartoons "Southern Fried Rabbit" (WB)
"Backwoods Bunny" (WB)
"The Dixie Fryer" (WB)
Dec 18th, 1998 S02E06 Midnight in the Bookstore "Speaking of the Weather" (WB)
"You're An Education" (WB)
"Book Revue" (WB)
Dec 25th, 1998 S02E07 The Many Faces of Robin Hood "Robin Hood Makes Good" (WB)
"Robin Hood Daffy" (WB)
"Robin Hoodwinked" (MGM)
Jan 1st, 1999 S02E08 Hollywood Nights "The Coo-Coo Nut Grove" (WB)
"Hollywood Steps Out" (WB)
"Slick Hare" (WB)
Jan 8th, 1999 S02E09 Future Shock "Dog Gone Modern" (WB)
"House Hunting Mice" (WB)
"The House of Tomorrow" (MGM)
Jan 15th, 1999 S02E10 Movie Star Bugs "A Hare Grows In Manhattan" (WB)
"What's Up Doc?" (WB)
Clips from various Bugs Bunny cartoons
Jan 22nd, 1999 S02E11 Shut Eye "Good Night, Elmer" (WB)
"Back Alley Op-roar" (WB)
"Daffy Duck Slept Here" (WB)
Partially Found
Jan 29th, 1999 S02E12 Egghead "Daffy Duck and Egghead" (WB)
"Count Me Out" (WB)
"A Day at the Zoo" (WB)
Feb 5th, 1999 S02E13 The Dreams of Bob Clampett "The Old Grey Hare" (WB)
"The Great Piggy Bank Robbery" (WB)
"The Big Snooze" (WB)

Season 3

This season started on May 14, 1999.[4] Every episode from the season is easily available online.

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
May 14th, 1999 S03E01 Goofy Gophers "The Goofy Gophers" (WB)
"I Gopher You" (WB)
"Tease for Two" (WB)
May 21st, 1999 S03E02 Motor Heads "Streamlined Greta Green" (WB)
"One Cab's Family" (MGM)
"Little Johnny Jet" (MGM)
May 28th, 1999 S03E03 Fight Night "Let You And Him Fight" (P)
"To Duck or Not to Duck" (WB)
"Rabbit Punch" (WB)
Jun 6th, 1999 S03E04 The Evolution of Tweety "A Tale of Two Kitties" (WB)
"Tweetie Pie" (WB)
"Canary Row" (WB)
Jun 13th, 1999 S03E05 The Year Elmer Fudd Got Fat "Wabbit Twouble" (WB)
"The Wacky Wabbit" (WB)
"Fresh Hare" (WB)
Jun 20th, 1999 S03E06 The Nice Mice of Warner Bros. "Ain't We Got Fun" (WB)
"A Sunbonnet Blue" (WB)
"The Mice Will Play" (WB)
Jun 27th, 1999 S03E07 Toro! Toro! "Bulldozing the Bull" (P)
"Bully for Bugs" (WB)
"Senor Droopy" (MGM)
Jul 4th, 1999 S03E08 Director Robert McKimson "Daffy Doodles" (WB)
"Easter Yeggs" (WB)
"Walky Talky Hawky" (WB)
Jul 11th, 1999 S03E09 Our Man Sam "Hare Trigger" (WB)
"Along Came Daffy" (WB)
"Bugs Bunny Rides Again" (WB)
Jul 18th, 1999 S03E10 The Musical Cartoons of Friz Freleng "Rhapsody in Rivets" (WB)
"Lights Fantastic" (WB)
"Rhapsody Rabbit" (WB)
Jul 25th, 1999 S03E11 Night of 1000 Elves "Busy Bakers" (WB)
"Holiday for Shoestrings" (WB)
"The Peachy Cobbler" (MGM)
Aug 1st, 1999 S03E12 One Toon Wonders "Ghost Wanted" (WB)
"The Crackpot Quail" (WB)
"One Froggy Evening" (WB)
Aug 8th, 1999 S03E13 Battle of the Bookworms "The Bookworm" (MGM)
"Sniffles and the Bookworm" (WB)
"The Wacky Worm" (WB)

Season 4

This season started on November 19, 1999.[3] Every episode from the season is easily available online.

However, one episode never aired. This extended episode was to air in the fall of 2001 and was made in response to the June Bugs 2001 controversy.[5] The special, titled "The Twelve Missing Hares" focuses on Looney Tunes shorts featuring Bugs Bunny deemed unsuitable for broadcasting on Cartoon Network either due to negative racial stereotypes or World War II propaganda. The special only uses clips from each short along with various other material. The special covers how the shorts are products of their time, how they are incorrectly portraying different cultures, and how it is inappropriate to show them on a network catering to young audiences.[6] It was pulled from airing last minute. However, upon its leak on August 26th, 2022, it was discovered that the special was never completed.

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
Nov 19th, 1999 S04E01 Crooner Toons "Bingo Crosbyana" (WB)
"I Only Have Eyes for You" (WB)
"The Swooner Crooner" (WB)
Nov 26th, 1999 S04E02 Turkey Toons "Tom Turkey and His Harmonica Humdingers" (MGM)
"Jerky Turkey" (MGM)
"Tom Turk and Daffy" (WB)
Dec 3rd, 1999 S04E03 Hobo Flea "The Homeless Flea" (MGM)
"An Itch in Time" (WB)
"What Price Fleadom?" (MGM)
Dec 10th, 1999 S04E04 Rocky & Mugsy "Bugs and Thugs" (WB)
"Bugsy and Mugsy" (WB)
"The Unmentionables" (WB)
Dec 17th, 1999 S04E05 Salesman Daffy "Yankee Doodle Daffy" (WB)
"The Stupor Salesman" (WB)
"Fool Coverage" (WB)
Dec 24th, 1999 S04E06 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)
Dec 26th, 1999 S04E07 Ants Life "The Fighting 69th-½" (WB)
"The Gay Anties" (WB)
"Ant Pasted" (WB)
Mar 12th, 2000 S04E08 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)
Jul 1st, 2001 S04E10 ToonHeads Special - The Wartime Cartoon "Blitz Wolf" (MGM)
"Scrap Happy Daffy" (WB)
"Herr Meets Hare" (WB)
"Russian Rhapsody" (WB)

(Intended for 2001)

Unknown June Bugs 2001 Special - The Twelve Missing Hares "Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt" (WB)
"All This and Rabbit Stew" (WB)
"Any Bonds Today" (WB)
"What's Cookin' Doc?" (WB)
"Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips" (WB)
"Herr Meets Hare" (WB)
"A Feather in His Hare" (WB)
"Mississippi Hare" (WB)
"Frigid Hare" (WB)
"Which is Witch" (WB)
"Bushy Hare" (WB)
"Horse Hare" (WB)

Season 5

This season started on November 4th, 2001.[3] Ten episodes from the season are available online, "Tish Tash" and "Beaky Buzzard" are partially found, while "Before Bedrock" is missing.

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
Nov 4th, 2001 S05E01 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)
Nov 11th, 2001 S05E02 The Early Works of Hanna & Barbera "To Spring" (MGM)
"Puss Gets the Boot" (MGM)
"Gallopin' Galls" (MGM)
"Officer Pooch" (MGM)
"Yankee Doodle Mouse" (MGM)
Nov 25th, 2001 S05E03 Moon Toons "Little Buck Cheeser" (MGM)
"The Cat that Hated People" (MGM)
"Haredevil Hare" (WB)
Nov 25th, 2001 S05E04 The Great Cartoon Controversy "Rhapsody Rabbit" (WB)
"The Cat Concerto" (MGM)
"Tweetie Pie" (WB)
Dec 2nd, 2001 S05E05 Tasmanian Devil "Devil May Hare" (WB)
"Ducking the Devil" (WB)
"Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare" (WB)
Dec 2nd, 2001 S05E06 Before Bedrock "Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur" (WB)
"The First Bad Man" (MGM)
"Wild Wild World" (WB)

Partially Found'

Dec 9th, 2001 S05E07 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)


Dec 16th, 2001 S05E08 Night at the Opera "Long-Haired Hare" (WB)
"Rabbit of Seville" (WB)
"What's Opera, Doc?" (WB)
Dec 16th, 2001 S05E09 Sufferin' Succotash! "Life with Feathers" (WB)
"Crowing Pains" (WB)
"Scaredy Cat" (WB)
Dec 23rd, 2001 S05E10 Beaky Buzzard "Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid" (WB)
"The Bashful Buzzard" (WB)
"Strife with Father" (WB)
Partially Found
Dec 23rd, 2001 S05E11 Baby Boom Toons "The Stork's Holiday" (MGM)
"Baby Bottleneck" (WB)
"Stork Naked" (WB)
Dec 30th, 2001 S05E12 Tish Tash "Porky's Poultry Plant" (WB)
"You're an Education" (WB)
"Puss n' Booty" (WB)
"The Swooner Crooner" (WB)
"Nasty Quacks" (WB)
Partially Found
Dec 31st, 2001 S05E13 Cartoon News Reels "She Was an Acrobat's Daughter" (WB)
"Going Home" (WB)
"The Hole Idea" (WB)

Season 6

This season started on July 21st, 2002.[3] All of the twelve episodes are available online, although "The Great Race" is incomplete.

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
Jul 21st, 2002 S06E01 Ralph Phillips "From A to Z-z-z-z" (WB)
"Boyhood Daze" (WB)
"A Waggily Tale" (WB)
Jul 28th, 2002 S06E02 Rabbit Season, Duck Season "Rabbit Fire" (WB)
"Rabbit Seasoning" (WB)
"Duck! Rabbit! Duck!" (WB)
Aug 4th, 2002 S06E03 Hubie & Bertie "The Aristo-Cat" (WB)
"Mouse Wreckers" (WB)
"Cheese Chasers" (WB)
Aug 11th, 2002 S06E04 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)
Partially Found
Aug 18th, 2002 S06E05 Cartoons in the Real World "The Adventures of Popeye" (P)
"You Ought to Be in Pictures" (WB)
Sep 1st, 2002 S06E06 Director Arthur Davis "Mouse Menance" (WB)
"Bowery Bugs" (WB)
"Quackodile Tears" (WB)
Dec 21st, 2002 S06E07 Before They Were Stars "A Tale of Two Kitties" (WB)
"The Fast and Furry-ous" (WB)
"Stage Door Cartoon" (WB)
Dec 24th, 2002 S06E08 Gangster Toons "I'm a Big Shot Now" (WB)
"Thugs with Dirty Mugs" (WB)
"Bunny and Claude - We Rob Carrot Patches" (WB)
Dec 26th, 2002 S06E09 The Movie Parodies of Porky & Daffy "Drip-Along Daffy" (WB)
"Duck Dodgers in the 24-½ Century" (WB)
"Deduce, You Say" (WB)
Dec 27th, 2002 S06E10 The Three Faces of Tom & Jerry "Mouse Trouble" (MGM)
"High Steaks" (MGM)
"Purr-chance to Dream" (MGM)
Dec 28th, 2002 S06E11 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)
Dec 31st, 2002 S06E12 Speedy Gonzales "Cat-Tails for Two" (WB)
"Speedy Gonzales" (WB)
"The Pied Piper of Guadalupe" (WB)

Season 7

This season started on October 19th, 2003[3] and is the final season. Every episode from the season is easily available online.

A special episode, "The Best of the Worst Cartoons Ever" (otherwise known as "The Worst Cartoons Ever Made"), was largely completed but never aired. It centred around the worst Hanna-Barbera, Ruby-Spears, and Filmation cartoons ever made. This episode showcases clips from various Scooby-Doo knockoffs, failed 70's H-B cartoon series, and the Filmation Tom and Jerry series. It also features the entirety of "Disco Droopy" as ToonHeads’ top pick of "The Best of the Worst Cartoons Ever". [7]The reason for the special being left unaired was allegedly due to the Cartoon Network executives being uncomfortable with the show poking fun at H-B cartoons.[8]

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability

(Intended for Mid-2003)



ToonHeads Special - The Best of the Worst Cartoons Ever Various (H-B), (RS), and (FM) cartoons Found
Oct 19th, 2003 S07E02 Captain & the Kids "Cleaning House" (MGM)
"Poultry Pirates" (MGM)
"Old Smokey" (MGM)
"Petunia Natural Park" (MGM)
"Mama's New Hat" (MGM)
Oct 26th, 2003 S07E03 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)
Nov 9th, 2003 S07E04 Private Snafu "Coming Snafu" (WB)
"Spies" (WB)
"Booby Traps" (WB)
"Snafuperman" (WB)
"Censored" (WB)
Nov 9th, 2003 S07E05 Red "Red Hot Riding Hood" (MGM)
"Wild and Woolfy" (MGM)
"Little Rural Riding Hood" (MGM)
Nov 16th, 2003 S07E06 The Many Moods of Daffy Duck "The Wise Quacking Duck" (WB)
"Duck Amuck" (WB)
"Ali Baba Bunny" (WB)
Nov 16th, 2003 S07E07 Pepé LePew "Odor-able Kitty" (WB)
"For Scent-imental Reasons" (WB)
"Louvre Come Back to Me" (WB)
Nov 23rd, 2003 S07E08 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)

Undocumented Episodes

These episodes have very little unknown about them. Promos for "Heading for the Hills","Superman", and "Boo Boo And Baba", and Musical Influences are available and host segments for "Duck Season" and Family Reunion can also be found. "Gossamer", "Blame It on the Stork!", and "The Economy According to Sylvester" are listed on Wikipedia[9] but they are unsourced and have very little proof to their existence.

Original Airdate Episode Name Shorts Availability
Jan 8th, 1996[10] Unknown The Nudnik Shorts, Part 1 Unknown Lost
Jan 9th, 1996[10] Unknown The Nudnik Shorts, Part 2 Unknown Lost
Jan 10th, 1996[10] Unknown The Nudnik Shorts, Part 3 Unknown Lost
Jan 11th, 1996[10] Unknown The Nudnik Shorts, Part 4 Unknown Lost
Jan 12th, 1996[10] Unknown The Nudnik Shorts, Part 5 Unknown Lost
circa. 1996 Unknown A Night of Independent Animation "Another Bad Day for Philip Jenkins" (INDIE)
"Buy My Film!" (INDIE)
"The Ballad of Archie Foley" (INDIE)
"Yak Flack" (INDIE)
"The Wire" (INDIE)
Dec 16th, 1996


Unknown Gossamer Unknown Existence unconfirmed
Dec 23, 1996


Unknown Blame It on the Stork! Unknown Existence unconfirmed
Dec 30, 1996


Unknown The Economy According to Sylvester Unknown Existence unconfirmed
circa. 1994 or 1995 Unknown Family Reunion Unknown Partially Found
circa. 1994 or 1995 Unknown Duck Season Unknown Partially Found
circa. 1994 or 1995 Unknown Music Influences Unknown Lost
circa. 1994 or 1995 Unknown Heading for the Hills Unknown Lost
circa. 1994 or 1995 Unkown Superman Unknown Lost
circa. 1994 or 1995 Unknown Boo Boo And Baba Unknown Lost


  • In the episode "Family Reunion" a sponsor bumper of SpaghettiOs is featured.
  • In the Los Angeles Time article titled Banned War-Era ‘Bugs Bunny’ Films to Be Shown ‘in Context states that the marathon was supposed to air on fall 2001, however, the special itself proclaims that it going to air during the marathon in June.
  • In S03E06, "Midnight in the Bookstore", during the weekend of March 19th, 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 6th, 2000.
  • In S04E07, "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 the usage of bumpers from S04E06, "The Nice Mice of Warner Bros”. The correct cartoons and segments were reinstated on October 1st, 1999.
  • The only sort of home media release the show has ever had was the ToonHeads special: The Lost Cartoons and can be found on Disc 3 of The Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume 1. as a bonus feature
  • YouTube user Jerico Dvorak is running a project to find any lost ToonHeads episodes. He is currently looking for these missing ToonHeads episodes by appealing to anyone who had recorded Cartoon Network from October 1992 to December 1996 and had happened to possess these episodes to contact him ( in order to get them transferred and preserved.

See Also


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