Looney Tunes is a series of Warner Bros. animated comedy short films. It was produced from 1930 to 1969 during the golden age of American animation.
Sinkin' in the Bathtub (1930)
Hold Anything (1930)
A goat eats a steam-powered part of a machine and inflates. Bosko then uses it like an instrument.
Bosko's Holiday (1931)
A dog bites a tire on Bosko's car and subsequently inflates.
Bosko the Doughboy (1931)
Bosko feeds his dog comrade a cannonball then uses him as a cannon. Later, a hippo comrade swallows a cannonball. Bosko unzips him and removes it before it explodes.
Ride Him, Bosko! (1932)
Buddy the Dentist (1934)
Buddy uses nitrous oxide on the dog, only for it to inflate. Buddy then gets the gas out of the dog with a vacuum cleaner, but it explodes.
Milk and Money (1936)
Porky's Romance (1937)
In a "flashforward" sequence, Petunia Pig and her dog Fluffnums have become fat and lazy, and Porky has to do all the housework.
The Daffy Doc (1938)
Daffy is kicked out of the operating room and into the artificial lung. Several parts of him inflate. Later, when Daffy is chasing Porky, both of them fall into the artificial lung and they inflate.
Porky at the Crocadero (1938)
Porky conducts an orchestra dressed as an overweight musician.
Porky's Party (1938)
A greedy penguin swallows an oriental silk worm, who then materializes clothing inside him for the rest of the short.
Patient Porky (1940)
Porky is admitted to hospital after eating too much cake. A nutty cat tries to saw it out of him through the rest of the short.
Wacky Blackout (1942)
Gopher Goofy (1942)
Two gophers inflate from inhaling gas.
Scrap Happy Daffy (1943)
A goat swallows a pile of tins and cans, which rattle inside him.
Puss N' Booty (1943)
The family cat has eaten the canary. When a replacement arrives, the canary eventually eats the cat.
Baby Bottleneck (1946)
Babies are fed milk on a machine preparing them for delivery. In a bizzare gag later, Porky and Daffy are combined by the machine.
By Word of Mouse (1954)
Sylvester becomes bloated from the water he drank while trying to catch a trio of mice.
The Fastest with the Mostest (1960)
Wile tries to blow up a hot air balloon but the air backfires into his body.
Shot and Bothered (1966)
Wile E. Coyote uses helium to inflate himself with a rocket strapped to his back.
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