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Looney Tunes Christmas stamp pack
The Looney Tunes Christmas stamp pack comprises two sheetlets of 10 x 65c stamps. There are 10 stamp-tabs in each sheetlet featuring all your favourite Looney Tunes characters in festive attire.Read more
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The Looney Tunes Christmas stamp pack comprises two sheetlets of 10 x 65c stamps from the Christmas 2018 stamp issue. There are 10 stamp-tabs in each sheetlet featuring all your favourite Looney Tunes characters in festive attire.
One sheetlet features the 65c Jingle Bells stamp and the other the 65c Glad Tidings stamp. Both from the Christmas 2018 stamp issue./p>
Looney Tunes is home to some of the most beloved cartoon characters to have come out of America. Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Sylvester the Cat, Tweety Bird, Tassie Devil and Daffy Duck are among the huge cast of characters to have found admiring audiences through the genius of Warner Brothers.
While today Looney Tunes is a pop-culture phenomenon across many media, it started life in 1930 on the silver screen. Warner Bros established Looney Tunes as a series of animated short films that would help popularise and promote its music library, the cartoons dramatising musical storylines. The series became the leader through much of the golden age of American animation.
The Looney Tunes theatrical release continued unbroken until 1969, although its characters did not end their appearances on the big screen. The popularity of the much loved animated series was boosted by its stars’ appearance on the small screen during the 1950s. Bugs Bunny – arguably the shining light of the stellar cast – was the first Looney Tunes’ character to make his way into everyday lives and lounge rooms through his own television show from 1960.
Since then, the comedic talent of the Looney Tunes mob has moved across media – into comics, amusement parks, video, games and digital media. Through this network of channels, these lovable characters continue to deliver larks and laughs to generations of audiences across the globe. And they love to delight and entertain young audiences at no time more than at Christmas.
So merry Christmas, folks!
LOONEY TUNES and all related character elements
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