Ian James Corlett as Taz (voice)
Frustrated that more of the Baby Looney Tunes regard Baby Bugs as the leader than her, Baby Lola challenges Baby Bugs to a winner-take-all match. At stake is leadership of the group! Two strong personalities end up working together rather than in conflict.Read More
Sylvester wants to play Tea Party and Lola wants to play Basketball with the boys but neither of them can't because Tea parties are for girls and Basketball is for boys. So Sylvester fakes an injury for him to play tea party and Lola to play basketball.Read More
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Everyone goes along with Bugs' decisions until he is entrusted to buy a new net for everyone, when his greed gets the better of him and he disappoints them with toys he wanted for himself. He makes up for this by giving up one of his best toys for the necessary money.Read More
The day before Easter, Granny reads the story of the Easter Bunny to her young Looney Tunes charges with predictable reactions: cynic Daffy scoffs at the notion; Sylvester, Tweety, Taz, and Lola are entranced; and Bugs is on the fence. A prolonged argument ensues, and during naptime the four youngest sneak out to search for the egg-bearing bunny. Thoughtful Bugs paints rocks to placate the younger ones, but on Easter morning all is well when the real Easter rabbit delivers the goodies. This hour-long movie is loaded with cheery songs, pastel colors, and a surprising number of teaching moments. With the exception of the ornery Daffy, this little band really watches out for one another.Read More
The babies dress up for Halloween, while Lola, Melissa and Petunia end up with ridiculous costumes. Three Martian Birds accompany them on their trick or treating while Sylvester braves Hilltop Manor. The three girls win in the costume contest for originality.Read More