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Looney Tunes Party Supplies, Looney Tunes Birthday Supplies

Looney Tunes party supplies are a perfect way to kick off a birthday, family night or other fun event. While we wish we had more styles to choose from (and we’ll be sure to include them whenever they come out) out Looney Tunes party balloons will add a wonderful decorative touch to your gathering that will please any Looney Tune fan.

Our balloons includes a Brady Bunch type image of all of your Looney Tunes favorites including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, the Roadrunner, Sylvestor the Cat, Tweety, Pepe Le Pew, the Tasmanian Devil and Elmer Fudd. Yep, the gang’s all here, making your birthday or other event as fun as possible.

Who are the Major Looney Tunes Characters, and How Did They Get Started?

Bugs Bunny – Bug Bunny was created in 1938 at Leon Schlesinger Productions (which later became Warner Bros.). Famous for his pranks, sarcasm and general mischievous nature, Bugs was technically considered born on July 27, 1940 in Brooklyn, New York (hence the strong New York accent). Bugs became so popular that he became the corporate mascot for Warner Brothers. Bugs has appeared in more films than any other character at Warner Brothers and is recognized worldwide.

Daffy Duck – Daffy Duck was one of the first “screwball” characters developed in the late 1930’s. He first appeared in “Porky’s Duck Hunt” in 1937. First portrayed as an assertive character, he can be somewhat selfish at times which can hurt him. In fact, things rarely work out for Daffy in the end. A bit of a lovable loser, Daffy is third behind Porky Pig and Bugs Bunny for most appearances in Warner Brother’s shorts.

Porky Pig – Porky, the famously stuttering pig, made his debut in 1935’s “I Haven’t Got a Hat”. He has appeared in the second most shorts in Warner Bros. history (behind only Bugs Bunny). Porky was featured at the end of many Looney Tunes cartoons for nine years with his trademark, “Th-Th-Th-Th-Th-Th-That’s all folks!”

Tweety Bird – Tweety Bird, Warner Bros. famous yellow canary (although his species is sometimes described as a rare “tweety bird”) first starred in “A Tale of Two Kitties” in 1942. He is based on Red Skelton’s famous “Mean Widdle Kid” character. At first, he was often very aggressive in nature and would go after other characters who were his foes, but later, he became more harmless, especially with the introduction of the Granny character. However, he could still be malicious from time to time.

Add Some Lunacy to Your Next Celebration!

Looney Tunes continue to be popular today with new cartoons and the same funny characters. Make your Looney Tunes fan ecstatic with our wonderful Looney Tunes party supplies for their next birthday.