Creator of such classic characters as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Screwy Squirrel, and Droopy, Tex Avery was one of the best, and funniest animators of the golden age. These decidedly unfunny, juvenile cartoons are marketed as an homage to Avery's genius, but they are little more than badly-drawn, badly-animated, badly-written and badly-directed insults to his legacy.
Avery apparently left no descendants to protect his name and legacy after his death, allowing them to fall into the public domain and ultimately become appropriated by DIC Entertainment.
If you ever find yourself near Forest lawn Cemetery and hear a rumbling noise, that may be old Tex, rolling in his grave.
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