1930 - Schlesinger produces first Looney Tunes cartoon 'Sinkin' In The Bathtub' starring Bosko
1931 - First Merrie Melodies cartoon 'Lady Play Your Mandolin' starring Foxy
1934 - Buddy is introduced in 'Buddy's Adventures', the first color Merrie
Melodies cartoon 'Honeymoon Hotel' was released, and Isadore 'Friz' Freleng directs first cartoon 'Buddy The Gob'
1935 - Porky Pig debuts in Merrie Melodies 'I Haven't Got A Hat' directed by Friz
Freleng, and Tex Avery joins Warner Bros. studio and starts animation unit in "Termite Terrace"
1936 - The first Avery cartoon is released, 'Golddiggers Of '49', and Carl Stalling
begins music supervision
1937 - Tex Avery's 'Porky's Duck Hunt' introduces new character Daffy Duck, Bob
Clampett directs first cartoon 'Porky's Badtime Story', and Mel Blanc begins doing characters' voices
1938 - 'Porky's Hare Hunt' directed by Ben "Bugs" Hardaway introduces early Bugs'
Bunny, Chuck Jones directs first cartoon 'The Night Watchman', and Bob Clampett directs 'Porky In Wackyland'
1939 - Elmer Fudd, voiced by Arthur Q. Bryan, is introduced in 'Elmer's Candid
1940 - Bugs Bunny, in Tex Avery's 'A Wild Hare', first asks "What's Up, Doc?"
1942 - Tweety is introduced in 'A Tale Of Two Kitties' directed by Bob Clampett,
and Henery Hawk debuts in 'The Squawkin' Hawk' directed by Chuck Jones
1943 - Studio begins producing Private Snafu cartoons for the U.S. Army
1944 - Leon Schlesinger sells his cartoon studio to Warner Bros.
1945 - Sylvester J. Pussycat debuts in 'Life With Feathers' and Yosemite Sam
debuts in 'Hare Trigger' directed by Friz Freleng
1946 - Robert J. McKImson directs first cartoon 'Daffy Doodles', the first appearance
of Foghorn Leghorn in 'Walky Talky Hawky' also directed by McKimson
1947 - Warner Bros. wins first Academy Award® for Friz Freleng's 'Tweetie Pie'
which is the first pairing of Tweety and Sylvester
1948 - Marvin The Martian debuts in 'Haredevil Hare' directed by Chuck Jones
1949 - Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote make first appearance in Chuck Jones'
'Fast And Furry-ous', and 'For Scent-imental Reasons' starring Pepe Le Pew, directed by Chuck Jones, wins Oscar
1953 - Chuck Jones directs 'Duck Dodgers In The 24 1/2 Century', and Speedy Gonzalez
debuts in 'Cat Tales For Two' directed by Robert McKimson
1954 - 3-D Bugs Bunny cartoon 'Lumberjack Rabbit' produced, and the first
appearance of Tasmanian Devil in 'Devil May Hare' directed by Robert McKimson
1955 - Speedy Gonzalez directed by Friz Freleng wins Academy Award®, and
Chuck Jones directs 'One Froggy Evening'
1957 - 'Birds Anonymous' starring Tweety and Sylvester wins Oscar
1958 - Friz Freleng's 'Knighty Knight Bugs' wins Academy Award®
1960 - 'The Bugs Bunny Show' debuts in prime time on ABC television
1964 - Warner Bros. stopped producing most of their cartoons in-house
1964 - 'The Incredible Mr. Limpet'
1975 - 'Bugs Bunny Superstar' plays in theatres
1976 - Chuck Jones produces first Warner Bros. TV special 'Bugs and Daffy's
Carnival Of The Animals' with live action and animation
1978 - First all-new animation half-hour special 'Bugs Bunny In King Arthur's
Court' directed by Chuck Jones
1979 - 'The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie' plays in New York Film Festival
1980 - Friz Freleng rejoins Warner Bros. Animation and begins a series of
compilation features and TV specials
1981 - 'Friz Freleng's Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie'
1982 - 'Bugs Bunny's Third Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales'
1983 - 'Daffy Duck's Movie: Fantastic Island'
1985 - Warner Bros. Cartoons Golden Anniversary honored at the Museum Of Modern
1987 - Bugs Bunny presents Oscar on Academy Awards® telecast with Tom Hanks
1988 - 'Daffy Duck's Quackbusters' released, and 'Night Of The Living Duck'
premieres at the New York Film Festival
1990 - Steven Spielberg presents 'Tiny Toon Adventures', 'Box Office Bunny' released
to commemorate Bugs' 50th Anniversary, and 'Bugs Bunny On Broadway' premieres on Broadway in New York City
1991 - 'Tazmania' debuts
1992 - The debut of 'Batman: The Animated Series', the 'Hare Jordan' commercial,
featuring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny, premieres as the #1 commercial of Super Bowl XXIV
1993 - Steven Spielberg presents 'Animaniacs'
1993 - 'Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm'
1995 - 'Space Jam'
1996 - 'Cats Don't Dance'
1998 - 'Quest For Camelot'
1999 - 'The Iron Giant'
2001 - 'Osmosis Jones'
2002 - 'Power Puff Girls Movie', with Cartoon Network
2003 - 'Looney Tunes: Back In Action'
2004 - 'The Fissure Space's Visitor'
2004 - 'The Polar Express'
2006 - 'Happy Feet'