June Foray will voice Granny.
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Cast of Characters
BUGS- When Bugs grows up he’s going to be quick-witted, streetwise, supremely self-aware and into living the good life. But right now, Bugs is only a kid and just learning to do the things and have the attitudes that will make him a star. Winning is by no means certain. Yet even now, he already exhibits the innate spunk and cockiness that make him a born leader, even if he’s not yet sure he has all the right answers.
LOLA -The biggest dreamer of the gang, Lola thinks bigger and explores farther than anyone else. Always trying to prove her mettle, she’s often the first to charge in, only to find she’s a bit beyond her depth. As demonstrative emotionally as she is physically, Lola regularly hits the highest peaks and suffers the steepest drops on the rollercoaster ride of childhood.
DAFFY- Daffy wants things his way—all the time! Completely self-involved, he is a frequent source of trouble for Bugs and the gang. If there’s a mistake to be made or a wrong decision to be decided, Daffy does it, and in the end usually learns his lesson.
SYLVESTER- Even surrounded by friends, Sylvester is a lost kitten. He is the most easily frightened of the group and sometimes more self-absorbed than Daffy. He is eternally pessimistic, hungry for all the good things childhood has to offer—nowhere near enough of which are his. Sylvester often feels like he’s getting the short end of the stick, and therefore is frequently looking to play an angle to get what he wants.
TWEETY- Representing the simple, pure heart of childhood, Tweety is filled with the optimism of someone who believes that dreams can come true. Sweet, kind and caring, his heart is on the surface. With Tweety, what you see is what you get. Sympathetic and empathetic, he often acts as translator of Taz’s emotional “pre-language.”
TAZ -Taz is pure id. His emotions are full “on” or full “off”—either happy, sad, angry…or asleep. Easily distracted by anything more fun and colorful, he’s simple and good of heart, with none of the meanness or brutishness of his adult counterpart. His speech patterns are a bit limited, though—think a two-year-old caveman.
GRANNY -Beneath a bun of white hair, Granny is the Mother Yoda of the young set. She knows when to let the kids make their own mistakes and when to actively help them. She’s always ahead of them, but rarely lets them know it. Often a bookend and catalyst for the kids’ adventures, she loves them dearly, but gives them room to grow.
Additional Characters The core ensemble above will be augmented from time to time by other Baby Looney Tunes characters including Porky, Elmer, Pepé, Wile E., Road Runner, Melissa, Petunia and Marvin, among others.
FORMAT: 30-minute animated comedy consisting of two 11-minute shorts and a one-minute song/music video
PRODUCTION & ANIMATION: Warner Bros. Animation
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Sander Schwartz
PRODUCERS: Tom Minton
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Kimberly Smith
STORY EDITORS: Karl Geurs
Julie McNally Cahill
CREATIVE EXECUTIVES: Christopher Keenan
CASTING/VOICE DIRECTOR: Michael Hack
LEAD VOICE TALENT: June Foray (Granny)
Sam Vincent (Bugs)
Sam Vincent (Daffy)
Sam Vincent (Tweety)
Britt McKillip (Lola)
Ian James Corlett (Taz)
Terry Klassen (Sylvester)
Chiara Zanni (Petunia)
Janyse Jaud (Melissa