When Chester decides to have a go of it, however, Sylvester finds himself at the little dog's mercy. For more the others, please see Category:Merrie Melodies characters He made a cameo in "Kitty Kornered" as a disguise for one of the alien invaders.He last appeared in Space Jam in the crowd scenes and made a cameo in one episode of The Looney Tunes Show at the Pizzariba. His only appearance to date was in the short Buddy the Gee Man. Gustavo usually plays a supporting role, and he never became a major star in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. Bob Clampett minted the scenario that Charlie Dog would later inherit in his cartoon short Porky's Pooch, first released on 27 December 1941. Fred Sheepdog is a sheepdog with black bangs, and has a resemblance to Sam Sheepdog. Two separate flies appeared in Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote shorts. Brownie mouse has appeared as an enemy and prey of Sylvester in some Looney Tunes shorts. Crusher also had a cameo role in Carrotblanca as a doorman, and appeared in an episode in The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries. She turns on the radio and they have a party. Fifty Percent Boxer! An ape waiter that serves booze (beer) to customers in the following shorts: Lady, Play Your Mandolin! K-9 premiered in the short Haredevil Hare, where he and his owner Marvin tried to thwart Bugs Bunny, who had stumbled on the pair's plans to destroy the Earth. A groundhog that was able to preform magic in "Get Rich Quick Porky" and made a cameo in "Now That Summer Is Gone". The cartoon was later remade in 1944 as Tick Tock Tuckered, featuring Daffy Duck in Gabby's role as Porky's co-star. His final two cartoons with Elmer Fudd developed his permanent color scheme in "A Mutt in A Rut" and "Don't Axe Me.". They have made few appearances since then, including The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie. The leader crow is Von Vultur, but his assistant (whom he always hits on the head with a huge mallet) is named Schultz. The Frisky Puppy character that Jones paired with Claude Cat in several '50s shorts bears a close physical resemblance to Charlie. Dodsworth is a fictional cat from the Merrie Melodies series loosely based on W.C. Fields. His name is a pun on the term blabbermouth. Leo's second short The Lion's Busy, proved Leo to be even dumber than Beaky Buzzard. Tina Russo is a female duck that appears in the 2011 Cartoon Network series The Looney Tunes Show. Babbit attempts to coerce Catstello (often by beating him up) into going after the cheese solo, using various methods to get it (which involved Catstello getting hurt). He went unnamed in classic cartoons, and was given his name in the video game Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal in which he was the main antagonist. Marc Antony and Pussyfoot are a bulldog and a kitten. Sylvester, trying to save his master, gets all the blame for the chaos, and is considered to be a scaredy cat. Another bulldog character appeared in other cartoons with Sylvester and Tweety, but this character is not Spike; he is officially known as Hector the Bulldog. Claude Hopper is a prideful (and stupid) kangaroo in the Looney Tunes series, not to be confused with Hippety Hopper. Charlie Dog, Charlie the Dog or Charles the Dog is a brown dog. Jose and Manuel are not to be confused with The Crazy Crows, who were named Hosea and Manuel. However, as he did for so many other Looney Tunes characters, Chuck Jones took Clampett's hound and transformed him into something new. His only appearances were in The Woods Are Full of Cuckoos and Have You Got Any Castles?. He was created by Robert McKimson and Tedd Pierce, and first appeared in the 1959 Merrie Melodies short Bonanza Bunny set in the Klondike of 1896. Miss Cud is a cow and a School teacher in "I Haven't Got a Hat". Fifty percent Doberman Pincher! He is a dimwitted cowboy, assigned to bounty hunt and dispose of the Masked Marauder (who is Bugs Bunny). Foghorn would try to teach him to play games like baseball and cowboys and Indians, with the intent that he act more like a typical boy, but invariably resulting in bodily injury for Foghorn. Also in the webtoon, Island of Dr. Moron he is known as "Dr. Moron" and gives life to a carrot which he uses (in addition to Gossamer) to destroy bugs. After demolishing several of Blacque Jacque's dams, Bugs turns the tables by damming the river upstream of Jacque's dam. When the toymaker goes to sleep, a red-headed baby doll and the rest of his creations come to life. Gabby only appeared in two more cartoons. Gee-Man is Buddy's dog and helper. Jones first used the dog in Little Orphan Airedale (4 October 1947) which saw Clampett's "Rover" renamed "Charlie." In "Tom Turk and Daffy," Tom Turk starts as a target for a thanksgiving dinner and by the end it is Daffy who is doomed to be the dinner, but manages to forestall that possible fate. Of course, the joke is that Elmer can't pronounce the name right, calling him "Wover." 4,700 Pages. Tommy Turtle is character from the Merrie Melodies series of animated shorts. Warner Bros. Entertainment Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Napoleon the toy soldier comes to her rescue. He has also appeared in the shorts "Canary Row", "Room and Bird", and "Devil May Hare". His only appearance to date was in Tweety and the Beanstalk. They also wear a tall hat. He was turning his efforts to new characters, such as Pepé Le Pew and Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner. Bookworm made his first appearance in "Sniffles & The BookWorm." They debuted in Holiday for Drumsticks, against Daffy Duck and Tom Turkey. His only appearance is in The Fifth-Column Mouse. Pancho is a Mexican Bandit. His next two appearance were in "To Duck .... or Not to Duck" and "Hare Remover," with Elmer Fudd and this time with an entirely brown color scheme. She appeared in "Tweetie Pie" and "All a Bir-r-r-d.". He appeared in three cartoons, opposite Claude Cat, all directed by Chuck Jones.