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Banned Looney Tunes & More Cartoons Compilation (How to piss a bunch of people off)



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it's sad people take stuff so serious.. when I see white people being joked about... i laugh
AH, WHAT-A UP, HONERABUL DOC?
0:51 se parece al "Gato" "Smith", ¿eres tu?
0:12 MICKY MOUSE SERIA PEOR QUE TODOS PUES VIENE DE ALLA DEL MUNDO DE TEMIS, DONDE SE PERDIERON 20 O 30 GUERRAS ETERNAS
0:12 eso ps TAN HORROSO SERIA LA "FIGURA" CELESTIAL MICKY MOUSE
1:26 , 4:40 was kinda funny.

Not gonna lie.
This shit is funny as hell
Damn this is funny as fuck.
Remember seeing the tom and Jerry one when I was a kid 😂 cartoons were better back then lol
Reeeeeeeeeeeeee
These anti-Japanese cartoons go over really, really big in all the lands around Japan. I have seen it.
PERO MIRÁ COMO ESTÁ ESE OJETE PAPÁ! 😂
3:23 anyone know which one this is?
Do canibals actuly were springs around there necks?
2:45 what's the name of that episode?
Stop abusing the word "banned". No one has banned them. They stopped being broadcast as a choice by the networks and distributors when Looney Toons was still in reruns in the 70s and 80s. Bans are done by governments. Corporate executives making decisions to be sensitive is something else entirely.
racist no this funny I've never seen any black person who looked like this
What the fuck did i watch 😂
Talk about politically incorrect! OMG And to think everyone accepted these as normal.
Those guys were terribly racist back then.When I was a kid growing up in the 70s I dindnt get it but now its shameful.


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