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  • Kelly, Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we'll be counting down our picks for the top 10 dark fax about Looney Tunes that will ruin your childhood.

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  • I like those fellows all the time having fun.

  • Flattery will get you nowhere and you can't fool me again For this list will be looking at the grimmer details about the Looney Tunes franchise.

  • That may change how you see these cartoons.

  • If there are some loony tunes fax that disturb you tell us about them in the comments, Doc.

  • Now on to the top 10 Less row.

  • If you like what you're hearing, be sure to check out the full song at the link below.

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  • You got together in black e able to say number 10 Too risque for Kids Theory Journal.

  • Batch of loony tunes.

  • Cartoons were made between 1930 to 1969.

  • Although shorts were frequently shown to kids before movies and theaters, some of the humor would go over their heads.

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  • Attorney standards were different for TV broadcasts.

  • When Looney Tunes began airing on television, the shorts would often be re edited because of their content.

  • Adult humor, dark jokes and things no longer considered politically correct were often censored or omitted entirely.

  • Although uncensored versions can be found more readily these days online and on DVDs, it's disturbing to realize that the cartoons we grew up with may not have been the originals.

  • Number nine Looney Tunes characters changed a words meaning, How am I ever gonna catch that screwy duck?

  • Precisely what I was wondering My Little Nimrod one of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck's most frequent nemesis is is the buffoonish hunter Elmer Fudd.

  • Because of this, the hapless hunter has had insults like Nimrod lobbed at him on multiple occasions.

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  • Around here, however, the term may not mean what you think, or at least it didn't before Bugs Bunny cartoons popularized it in the Bible.

  • Nimrod was the grandson of Noah and was renowned as a great hunter.

  • The characters, referring to Elmer as Nimrod, was sliced sarcasm.

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  • However, viewers unfamiliar with nimrods biblical origins began using the word as an insult likening a nimrod to a slow, dim witted person like Elmer Fudd.

  • It's quite a legacy.

  • Number eight original Tweety Tweety Bird is the sweet yellow bird who is often paired with Sylvester the cat in their cartoons.

  • Oh, you must do smart for my pretty cat.

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  • How long, Mr Pretty Cat?

  • What you doing down there?

  • However, before he taught, he saw that Put a cat.

  • Twitty's original look was very different.

  • Tweety first debuted in this short, a tail of two kitties, opposite to cats inspired by Abbott and Costello's personalities.

  • Yeah, yeah, but I want to eat.

  • I love to eat well, then go up and get the bird out of that nest and we leave.

  • During this short, we were introduced to the little birds, signature catchphrase and familiar voice.

  • E thought I caught a pretty cat.

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  • A party came, however.

  • Everything else about him was slightly different.

  • Twitty lacked any feathers, and his name was Orson.

  • We could see why Warner Brothers elected for his MAWR colorful appearance and memorable name down the line.

  • Number seven Looney Tunes, not tunes.

  • Looney Tunes has been around for 90 years now, ladies and gentlemen, command.

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  • You'd think everyone would be familiar with its name and how to spell it right?

  • Well, think again.

  • People think that the tunes part of the title should be spelled like the tune in the word cartoon.

  • Given that the words or hama phones and Looney Tunes are synonymous with cartoons, it's an easy mistake to make way.

  • However, there are those who believe that the spelling snafu is an example of the Mandela effect, a phenomenon of collective false memory where some believe reality has been altered.

  • At some point, flattery will get you nowhere, and you can't fool me again.

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  • Be curious what believers have to say about the spelling of Looney Tunes, musically named Sister Siri's Merrie Melodies, as well as Disney's silly Symphony number six.

  • Mostly male.

  • While this may not exactly come as a surprise, it can be easy to forget that the vast majority of classic Looney Tunes characters are male.

  • There are a few exceptions.

  • Early cartoons featured Granny, who owns Tweety and Penelope Pussycat, the frequent object of Pepe Le Pew's unwanted affection.

  • Darling, you found me way will never part again.

  • I could be wrong, you know.

  • But both are comparatively minor characters.

  • It's only in recent spinoff, Such a Space jam or tiny toon adventures that female characters began to gain more of a presence.

  • A girl.

  • Welcome to the nineties.

  • The classic loony to insurance will always have their charm.

  • But once you notice the lack of female characters, you might not look at them the same way again.

  • Hey, wait just minute Kelly Number 51 beer Since Tiny Toon Adventures is alluding to and spin off, we're counting it.

  • We've already mentioned that the franchise has had problems with censorship.

  • Tiny Toons was no exception.

  • One episode, called Elephants Issues, was banned for the one beer segment after people became aware of the touchy subject matter.

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  • I know, but in this episode was showing the evils of alcohol.

  • It was a very special segment meant to warn kids away from the dangers of drinking.

  • Mixing that kind of thing with cartoons is always a dicey business, wasted a whack just past the Bruschi bub, and it doesn't help that it's been rumored that the show staff didn't like writing very special episodes.

  • This is so weird.

  • One beer in the whole world looks back.

  • It's really how did this one go wrong?

  • Well, three young tunes drink a beer and drive off a cliff.

  • They reveal their alright in the end, but that's still really dark.

  • Number four.

  • Porky's Stutter Porky Pig is the lovable, mild mannered character that often closes out Looney Tunes shorts.

  • Hey also acts as the straight man to characters like Daffy Duck, but Porky's most famous feature is his noticeable stutter.

  • What you may not know is that the stutter wasn't just a character affectation.

  • Joe Doherty, the first voice actor to play The Pig, had a stutter in real life and brought that to the character.

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  • Unfortunately for Doherty, he couldn't control his stutter, which resulted in his recording sessions lasting hours and becoming more expensive.

  • I had to be a better hurry.

  • I just got there 10 minutes to catch my plane.

  • The rising costs led to him being replaced by the more familiar Mel Blank, who was able to stutter on cue Number three, the Speedy Gonzales controversy.

  • When Cartoon Network gained the rights to air Speedy Gonzales cartoons, they decided against including his shorts in their programming.

  • While the company said that his cartoons didn't do well in the ratings, they also had concerns the character may be culturally insensitive.

  • There's no denying that Speedy's original gold tooth design was ridiculously offensive, and his cousin, Slowpoke Rodriguez, could also be perceived as promoting stereotypes.

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  • However, fans from the Hispanic community voiced their support for Speedy when they found out his shorts would largely be absent from Cartoon Network.

  • Fortunately, fans of this fast mouse saw his cartoons race back on a network programming in 2002.

  • Number two Things That Take Your Life.

  • It's no secret that loony tunes features a lot of cartoon violence.

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  • Some of that mayhem involved firearms.

  • Still, it can get darker than a lot of people remember.

  • During some cartoons, the characters either threatened to or actually ended all with a dangerous weapon.

  • Bugs and Yosemite Sam play Russian roulette in one short Daffy, even blast himself as part of a gag.

  • If you're into dark humor, these still may be pretty funny to you, but we definitely understand why the prospect of showing these shorts the Children is tricky.

  • Many of these macabre cartoons ended up being censored for years.

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  • The Censored 11 Although we've discussed the occasional edited moment already, the censored 11 are a different animal.

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  • These 11 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts feature racial and ethnic stereotypes.

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  • While they're not the Onley Warner Brothers cartoon to make use of politically incorrect depictions, these shorts made offensive representation is essential to their plots.

  • So much so that we can't show them here, since executives couldn't avoid the fact that these cartoons were intrinsically linked to stereotypes and racist caricatures.

  • They were pulled from broadcast in 1968.

  • None of these shorts have been shown officially on TV since then, but there are still traces of them across the Internet and old video formats.

  • Thes cartoons stand as reminders of an offensive chapter in Looney Tunes history.

  • Do you agree with our picks?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • And, hey, if you're a fan of the song playing right now, be sure to check out the music video for it right here.

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