Tiny Toon Adventures (1990 - 1992)

The Tiny Toon Adventures is a cartoon series by Warner Bros., which was produced in the early 1990s in collaboration with Steven Spielberg. The name "Tiny Toon" means tiny cartoon character.

The characters (Tiny Toons) are based on the world-famous Looney Tunes by Warner Bros., such. B. Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. Bugs Bunny has with Babs and Buster Bunny (unrelated) even two Tiny Toons that suit him.

Unlike other series of the time, which deal with children characters of well-known series, such as the Muppet Babies, the Tiny Toons are not children versions of the originals, but independent figures that meet the adult Looney Tunes also in the episodes. These perform as teachers of ACME University, visiting the Tiny Toons in their home town of Acme Acres.

The series was produced from 1990 to 1992 and had three seasons with a total of 98 episodes and a feature-length video (Total Crazy Holidays). After the rights went to FOX in 1993, a 45-minute Halloween and Easter special was produced between 1994 and 1995.

In German-speaking countries, the first season of the series was first shown in 1991 only on the pay-TV channels Premiere and Teleclub. From 1 October 1992, the free-TV premiere followed on ProSieben. The squadrons two and three had their German premiere in the fall of 1994, also on ProSieben. Until 2000, the German rights remained with ProSieben, from 2001, the Tiny Toons were on Sat.1, in 2004 still briefly (season 2 and 3) on kabel eins to see. Since 2005, the broadcasting rights of the second and third season on RTL II. The Tiny Toons were followed in 1993 by the Animaniacs.

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