Collin: Looney and Tuney is an American animated action-adventure-fantasy-comedy television film, being a crossover of Collin the Speedy Boy with the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies franchise. It was co-produced by Amblin Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television Animation and aired on The WB in 2001.
There was supposed to be a sequel titled Collin: Looney and Twoney, but was cancelled. There are rumors that a remake is in production.
Bryte developed a satellite dish capable to teleport cartoon characters into real-life and decides to use it to bring various Looney Tunes villains to FingerTown, causing chaos and destruction in the town. As a result, Collin will need Bugs and Daffy's help to defeat Bryte while they live hilarious experiences.
Voice cast Edit
Collin the Speedy Boy Edit
- David Kaufman as Collin Brady/Collin the Speedy Boy and Cooper Elledge
- Rob Paulsen as Tommy the Opossum and Austin
- Frank Welker provides Tommy's vocal effects.
- Joe Alaskey as Flappy McFinger, Eli and Fang Suckle
- Jess Harnell as WesDragon and the Elefish King
- Maurice LaMarche as Handy
- Tress MacNeille as Jasmine Todd and Teary Eyed Bryte
- Candi Milo as Lagan Fuller
- Grey DeLisle as Nancy Samano
- Russi Taylor as Baylee Mardis
- Kath Soucie as Stacie Aday/Stacie the Speedy Girl
Looney Tunes Edit
- Joe Alaskey as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester the Cat, Tweety Bird, Speedy Gonzales and Marvin the Martian
- Greg Burson as Foghorn Leghorn and Pepé Le Pew
- Bob Bergen as Porky Pig
- Billy West as Elmer Fudd
- Maurice LaMarche as Yosemite Sam and Wile E. Coyote
- Jim Cummings as the Tasmanian Devil and Gossamer
- Frank Welker as the Road Runner, Hector the Bulldog and K-9
- Jeff Bennett as Mac Gopher
- Corey Burton as Tosh Gopher
- Kath Soucie as Lola Bunny
- Grey DeLisle as Melissa Duck and Petunia Pig
- Tress MacNeille as Penelope Pussycat
- June Foray as Granny and Witch Hazel
- Collin: I thought you were a cartoon!
- Bugs: I thought you were a myth!
- Daffy: I thought I stopped eating herbs!
- Tweety: I tawt...
- Sylvester: We get it, bird.
Cancelled sequel Edit
In 2001, after the success of the special, Ambiln Television and Warner Bros. Animation confirmed that a sequel is in production. However, after Amblin Television announced that they are ending the animation production, the sequel was cancelled.
Rumored remake Edit
- This is the first animated Collin the Speedy Boy media with the characters' new designs.
- This is the first Looney Tunes media since their classic shorts where Mac and Tosh have a supporting role.
- Like the 1995 short Carrotblanca, Penelope is able to speak.
- This is the first Collin the Speedy Boy movie, soon to be followed by the theatrical film released in 2020.
- This was the last known Collin the Speedy Boy project to be co-produced by Amblin Entertainment until 2021 where Collin the Speedy Boy: At All Speed premeired and Amblin was involved.
- However, Amblin Television was supposed to produce a sequel to the special, but due to it leaving Warner Bros. briefly, it was ultimately canned.