Treg Brown

Most Popular Treg Brown Trailers

Total trailers found: 189

Rabbit Seasoning Trailer (1952)

20 September 1952

The cartoon finds a row of signs saying it's rabbit season ("If you're looking for fun, you don't need a reason.

Yankee Doodle Daffy Trailer (1943)

03 July 1943

Daffy is an agent representing Sleepy LaGoof trying to sell him to talent scout Porky. Daffy spends a great deal of time and energy explaining and demonstrating what the kid can do, while the kid sits on a couch licking a giant sucker.

Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century Trailer (1953)

25 July 1953

Space hero Daffy battles Marvin the Martian for control of Planet X.

Have You Got Any Castles? Trailer (1938)

25 June 1938

Another entry in the "books come alive" subgenre, with possibly more books coming alive than any other.

Canned Feud Trailer (1951)

03 February 1951

Sylvester Cat finds that his people have gone on vacation and left him alone in a locked house with a large stash of canned food in a cupboard.

A Pest in the House Trailer (1947)

02 August 1947

After a prologue about the labor shortage being so acute that some employers would hire anybody or anything, a very tired businessman needs some sleep and checks into a hotel run by Elmer Fudd.

Racketeer Rabbit Trailer (1946)

14 September 1946

Hugo and Rocky (caricatures of Edward G. Robinson and Peter Lorre) make it home to their hideout only to find Bugs already settled down there for the night.

One Froggy Evening Trailer (1955)

30 December 1955

A workman finds a singing frog in the cornerstone of an old building being demolished. But when he tries to cash in on his discovery, he finds the frog will sing only for him, and just croak for the talent agent and the audience in the theater he's spent his life savings on.

The Sign of the Cross Trailer (1932)

30 November 1932

After burning Rome, Emperor Nero decides to blame the Christians, and issues the edict that they are all to be caught and sent to the arena.

Broom-Stick Bunny Trailer (1956)

25 February 1956

On Halloween, Bugs Bunny, masquerading as an witch, trick or treats at Witch Hazel's door. He comes to the creepy old mansion of Witch Hazel, who's mixing up a potion.

A Peck o' Trouble Trailer (1953)

27 March 1953

Lazy Dodsworth the Cat wants to catch a woodpecker for his breakfast. The woodpecker has built its home inside the upper trunk of a very tall tree, and Dodsworth puts on a professor's cap, pretending to be a passive teacher of bird-catching and thereby deceive an eager-to-learn kitten into doing the perilous ascending of the tree to try to catch the woodpecker.

The Dover Boys Trailer (1942)

19 September 1942

Three fun-loving, morally upright brothers from Pimento University save their fiancée from their fiendish archenemy, Dan Backslide, in this spoof of the Rover Boys.

Baseball Bugs Trailer (1946)

02 February 1946

A baseball game is going on in New York City, at the Polo Grounds (although the rooftop facade is more suggestive of Yankee Stadium), between the visiting "Gas-House Gorillas" and the home team, the "Tea Totallers".

Duck Amuck Trailer (1953)

28 February 1953

The short-tempered Daffy Duck must improvise madly as the backgrounds, his costumes, the soundtrack, even his physical form, shifts and changes at the whim of the animator.

Bunny Hugged Trailer (1951)

10 March 1951

Bunny Hugged is a 1950 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies (a Blue Ribbon re-issue) short, directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese.

Tweet Tweet Tweety Trailer (1951)

14 December 1951

Sylvester Cat leaves a trailer in a National Forest Camping Ground to go bird hunting and discovers an egg in a nest.

Slick Hare Trailer (1947)

01 November 1947

Humphrey Bogart visits the Mocrumbo Restaurant. He orders fried rabbit and Elmer Fudd has twenty minutes to serve it.

Cat Feud Trailer (1958)

20 December 1958

Bulldog Marc Anthony is a guard at a construction site. He finds a kitten, Pussyfoot, to whom he affectionately gives a wiener for lunch.

All This and Rabbit Stew Trailer (1941)

20 September 1941

Bugs heckles a black hunter and escapes from a bear.

Homeless Hare Trailer (1950)

11 March 1950

A construction worker destroys Bugs' home with a steam shovel and refuses to repair the damage.

Wabbit Twouble Trailer (1941)

20 December 1941

The sign greeting campers says, "Welcome to Jellostone National Park: A Restful Retreat." Elmer Fudd finds this to be a dirty lie when Bugs Bunny torments him for the fun of it.

I Love to Singa Trailer (1936)

18 July 1936

I Love to Singa depicts the story of a young owl who wants to sing jazz, instead of the classical music that his German parents wish him to perform.

Feline Frame-Up Trailer (1954)

13 February 1954

After Claude frames Marc Antony, making it look like the bulldog ate the kitty, Marc must try various methods of getting back at Claude from outside the yard.

Birdy and the Beast Trailer (1944)

19 August 1944

Tweety is set upon by a fat, jowly cat, who winds up with, among other things, a dozen eggs and a gallon of gasoline in his mouth instead of the little bird.

No Barking Trailer (1954)

26 February 1954

A homeless cat (Claude Cat) searching for food is harassed by the playful antics and barking of an energetic pup (Frisky Puppy).

A Gruesome Twosome Trailer (1945)

09 June 1945

Two cats (one a caricature of Jimmy Durante) battle violently for the affections of a pretty girl cat, who'll dispense her favors on the one who brings her a little bird.

Bad Ol' Putty Tat Trailer (1949)

23 July 1949

Sylvester Cat starts to saw down Tweety Bird's house. Tweety flees into a badminton court, where he becomes the birdie in the game.

Little Red Rodent Hood Trailer (1952)

03 May 1952

An elderly mouse tells the bedtime story of Little Red Riding Hood to her grandson, who visualizes the tale in cat-and-mouse terms, with himself as Red and Sylvester as the Big Bad Wolf.

Putty Tat Trouble Trailer (1951)

23 February 1951

Tweety Bird is shoveling out his nest atop a city pole after a snowstorm and is spotted by Sylvester Cat and a one-eyed orange tabby, who fight over Tweety.

Porky's Hare Hunt Trailer (1938)

30 April 1938

Porky goes after a rogue rabbit who manages to frustrate him at each turn. He is unsuccessful and the rabbit comes to visit him just to make recovery tougher for him.

Honey's Money Trailer (1962)

01 September 1962

Yosemite Sam marries a widow for her money, and once the honeymoon is over, the woman reveals her real bossy.

Hillbilly Hare Trailer (1950)

12 August 1950

While vacationing in the Ozark Mountains, Bugs Bunny encounters Curt and Pumpkinhead Martin, two dimwitted hillbillies who are duped by Bugs into a violent square dance.

Feed the Kitty Trailer (1952)

02 February 1952

A bulldog adopts a small cat, but he can't let his owners know.

A Horsefly Fleas Trailer (1947)

13 December 1947

A flea befriends a horsefly, who has hooves like those of a horse, and rides the horsefly into the hair of a dog.

Going! Going! Gosh! Trailer (1952)

22 August 1952

Wile E. Coyote tries to catch the Road Runner

The Last Hungry Cat Trailer (1961)

01 December 1961

Sylvester Cat slips when making a grab for Tweety Bird in Granny's flat, and falls dazed to the floor as one of Tweety's feathers lands in his mouth.

Pigs Is Pigs Trailer (1937)

08 January 1937

A hungry little pig eats a couple of pies off the windowsill. When it's time for dinner, he ties together the spaghetti of all the other little pigs and eats it all.

Rocket-bye Baby Trailer (1956)

04 August 1956

A cosmic mix-up results in a Martian baby being delivered to Earth, while an Earth baby is sent to Mars.

To Beep or Not to Beep Trailer (1963)

27 December 1963

Wile E. Coyote hopes to stop and catch the Road Runner using a huge, boulder-throwing catapult. But no matter where Wile E.

Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid Trailer (1942)

11 July 1942

Bugs Bunny Gets The Boid is a 1942 Merrie Melodies cartoon, directed by Bob Clampett, produced by Leon Schlesinger Productions, and released to theatres by Warner Bros.

Ain't She Tweet Trailer (1952)

21 June 1952

Sylvester Cat discovers Tweety Bird in a pet store window. Tweety is taken to be delivered by truck to a new owner - Granny.

Bars and Stripes Forever Trailer (1939)

08 April 1939

A collection of gags set inside a prison.

Deduce, You Say Trailer (1956)

29 September 1956

Daffy Duck is a detective who is hunting for the Shorepshire Slasher.

Snow Business Trailer (1953)

16 January 1953

Sylvester Cat and Tweety Bird are snowbound in a mountain cabin, and though Tweety has lots of bird seed, Sylvester will starve unless he can cook the unsuspecting Tweety.

Dog Gone South Trailer (1950)

26 August 1950

Charlie Dog attempts to ingratiate himself to a southern plantation owner.

Chow Hound Trailer (1951)

16 June 1951

A muscular dog exploits a cat and a mouse for food, but they keep forgetting to bring him gravy!

Kiddin' the Kitten Trailer (1952)

05 April 1952

A lazy and fat cat, named Dodsworth is ordered by his mistress to catch mice that have invaded her home and terrorizing her.

A Tale of Two Kitties Trailer (1942)

21 November 1942

Two alley cats, Babbitt and Catsello, decide to make a meal out of Orson as he sleeps in his nest atop a telephone pole.

I Wanna Be a Sailor Trailer (1937)

25 September 1937

Momma parrot is teaching her young-uns to say "Polly want a cracker" but little Peter doesn't want a cracker, he wants to be a sailor like dad.

You're an Education Trailer (1938)

04 November 1938

The brochures in a travel agency come to life. After a series of quick gags (flying fish in airplanes, a wave washing swimmers out to sea and back, etc).

Pigs in a Polka Trailer (1943)

01 February 1943

Dressed in a tuxedo, the Big Bad Wolf announces the evening's program: the tale of the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs, set to the music of Johannes Brahms's Hungarian Dances.

Cracked Ice Trailer (1938)

10 September 1938

It's ice skating time. After a few generic ice-skating gags, we get to the main story. An animal falls through the ice, and a pig doing W.

Book Revue Trailer (1946)

05 January 1946

A secluded bookstore comes to life in madcap, pop culture reference-heavy fashion.

The Mouse That Jack Built Trailer (1959)

03 April 1959

In this spoof of "The Jack Benny Program", a mouse with Jack Benny's personality and poor violin playing ability lives, along with a mouse version of Benny's valet, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson, in a hole in a wall of Jack Benny's own home.

Hollywood Steps Out Trailer (1941)

24 May 1941

A tour of Ciro's Nightclub packed with caricatures of many top stars, including (in order) 'Cary Grant' , Greta Garbo 'Edward G.

Fast and Furry-Ous Trailer (1949)

16 September 1949

This was the debut for Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. It was also their only cartoon made in the 1940s.

The Wabbit Who Came to Supper Trailer (1942)

28 March 1942

Bugs Bunny exploits the situation when an uncle leaves Elmer Fudd three million dollars on the condition that he harm no animals, especially rabbits.

Devil May Hare Trailer (1954)

19 June 1954

The Tasmanian Devil is on the loose. Bugs offers to help him find his dinner.

You Ought to Be in Pictures Trailer (1940)

18 May 1940

Daffy Duck convinces Porky Pig to quit the cartoon biz and try his luck in the features. Porky's adventures begin when he tries to enter the studio.

Katnip Kollege Trailer (1938)

11 June 1938

At the Katnip Kollege, we see a roomful of cats taking a course in Swingology. Everyone swings except Johnny, who can't cut it and has to sit in the dunce chair.