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McKimson would also pair the Devil with Daffy Duck in 1957's "Ducking the Devil" before pitting the character against Bugs once again in 1962's "Bill of Hare" and 1964's "Doctor Devil and Mister Hare". After Warner Bros. closed its animation studio in 1964, the Tasmanian Devil would remain a nostalgic favorite for many fans. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Warner Bros. marketers seized upon this, and through their efforts, catapulted the character, now dubbed "Taz", to greater popularity than ever before. Today, Taz is one of the most recognizable Looney Tunes stars, and his image appears on more merchandise than many more prolific Warners characters such as Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd. This late-blossoming popularity would pay off for Taz in Warner Bros. television animation. For example, his miniature understudy, Dizzy Devil, was introduced as a recurring character in the 1990 Fox TV series, Tiny Toon Adventures. In 1991, Taz got his own show, Taz-mania, which would run for three seasons on Fox. The show recast the Devil as a dim-witted teenager living in a warped 1950s-era sitcom household. Taz now had an angsty teen sister, a rambunctious little brother, a June Cleaver-esque mother, and a decidedly nonchalant father. Tasmanian Devil (Picture 3). Tasmanian Devil cartoon images gallery 3. Tasmanian Devil cartoon pictures collection 3. An infant version of Taz is currently one of the regulars of 2002's Baby Looney Tunes series. The Tasmanian Devil, often referred to as Taz, is an animated cartoon character featured in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes series of cartoons. The character appeared in only five shorts before Warner Bros. Animation closed down in 1964, but marketing and television appearances later propelled the character to new popularity in the 1990s. As the youngest of the Looney Tunes, the Tasmanian Devil, or 'Taz' as he has come to be known, is generally portrayed as a dim-witted teenager-type with a notoriously short temper and little patience. He will eat anything and everything, with an appetite that seems to know no bounds. He is best known for his speech consisting mostly of grunts, growls and rasps, and his ability to spin and bite through just about anything. In 1991, Taz got his own show, Taz-Mania, which ran for three seasons, in which he was the protagonist. He was shown to be unusual amongst his family for his wild behaviour. Though being the oldest of three children, he appeared to be the least intelligent, and was generally treated by his family as having a developmental disability. Despite this, Taz can read and write, play computer games, and is capable of maintaining hobbies such as the collection of bottle caps and comic books. Although the show Taz-Mania has ceased its re-runs, this is still the most popular interpretation of Taz, and he is portrayed regularly as alternately hero and villain in his more recent appearances. Tasmanian Devil (Picture 3). Tasmanian Devil cartoon images gallery 3. Tasmanian Devil cartoon pictures collection 3.
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