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CHUCK JONES' THOMAS TIMBERWOLF AND EARL SQUIRREL CARTOONS
Chuck Jones was the most famous director of cartoons for the legendary Warner Brothers animation studios. Along with animators like Tex Avery, Jones developed Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Wile E. Coyote, and other wacky cartoon characters.
After Warner Brothers closed its animation division in 1962, Jones worked on Tom and Jerry cartoons and many other projects including the hit TV version of the Dr. Seuss book How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966).
In the 1980s and 1990s Warners cartoons enjoyed renewed popularity and Jones became a revered guru from animation's first golden age.
In 1996 Jones was given an honorary Academy Award for his lifetime of work. Jones died in February of 2002 at his home in Corona del Mar, California.
Jones' produced the Thomas Timberwolf cartoons in 2001 exclusively for the web. Warner Brothers hosted the series, 13 in all, but removed them after Jones' death.
Basically, Thomas runs around saying "Timmmmmmber" a lot and Earl Squirrel has some sort of speech impediment. The toons aren't as action packed as Jones' Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, or Roadrunner and Coyote series, but they're fun anyway.
Here's three for your viewing pleasure. They're in flash format and include a game along with the cartoon. Enjoy!
Click screenshots to play movies - requires flash