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That was the uniform that Mars wore: that helmet and skirt. We thought putting it on this ant-like creature might be funny. But since he had no mouth, we had to convey that he was speaking totally through his movements. It demanded a kind of expressive body mechanics.
―Chuck Jones describing the concept of Marvin's outfit


Marvin the Martian is a fictional character that appears as Bugs Bunny's primary enemy in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons.

Background

Creation

Director Chuck Jones noticed that Bugs Bunny soon began to outwit Yosemite Sam (the creation of senior director Friz Freleng), so he decided to create the opposite type of character; one who was quiet and soft-spoken, but whose actions were incredibly destructive and also suitably dangerous. Marvin The Martian made his debut in the 1948 cartoon Haredevil Hare.

Unlike the other Looney Tunes villains, Marvin can be actually evil at most points and not just daft. However, he is a funny cartoon character like the other villains. Marvin is the quietest of the Looney Tunes villains and the most soft-spoken, and unlike most of the other villains, he is very clever.

Marvin was never named in the original shorts (although he was called "Commander Flying Saucer X-2" in the 1952 film-short The Hasty Hare), but decades later, when the character attracted merchandising interest, the current name was selected.

Biography

Marvin hails from the planet of Mars, but is often found elsewhere. He is often accompanied by his dog K-9, and sometimes by other creatures (one gag, first used in Hare-Way To The Stars, being candy-sized "Instant Martians" that become full-size on addition of drops of water).

Marvin wears a Roman soldier's uniform with old-fashioned basketball shoes. The style of these resembles the Chuck Taylor All-Stars brand name, considered to be the "generic" or "standard" basketball sneaker. His head is a black sphere with only eyes for features. The curved crest of his helmet appears, with the push-broom-like upper section, to comically resemble an ancient Greek hoplite's or a Roman Centurion's helmet. The appearance of the combination of Marvin's head and helmet allegedly led to Bugs Bunny thinking he was a "bowling ball wearing a spittoon" in one cartoon. Marvin speaks with a soft, nasally accent and often speaks technobabble. The helmet and skirt surrounding him are green, and his suit is red (in a few of the original shorts, his suit was green). He is also known for his quotes, "Where's the kaboom? There was supposed to be an Earth-shattering kaboom!", "Isn't that lovely?" and "This makes me very angry, very angry indeed."

On numerous occasions, Marvin has tried to destroy the Earth with his "Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator" (sometimes pronounced "Illudium Pu-36"). Marvin always laboriously over-pronounces the name of the device, which resembles a mere stick of dynamite, in order to avoid any possibility of confusing it with some other similar technology. Marvin attempts to destroy the Earth because, he reasons, "it obstructs my view of Venus"; he has been trying to destroy the Earth for more than two millennia, suggesting that members of his species, and possibly martian creatures in general, have extremely long lifespans. The original reference to "Uranium Pu-36" changed to "Illudium Pu-36" in subsequent cartoons. Marvin is consistently foiled by Bugs Bunny. He has battled for space territory, Planet X, with Daffy Duck.

He has appeared in three animated series on Cartoon Network: Baby Looney Tunes, Duck Dodgers, and The Looney Tunes Show.

Over a decade prior to any of these, he guest-starred in a Tiny Toon Adventures segment entitled "Duck Dodgers Jr.," where he is accompanied by an apprentice named Marcia the Martian.

He also appears in the Taz-Mania episode "The Man From M.A.R.S." and makes a cameo in The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries ("What's the Frequency, Kitty?").

Marvin also made appearances on Animaniacs, notably in the Buttons and Mindy short subject, "Cat on a Hot Steel Beam" (which also featured the cute kitten Pussyfoot) and in "Star Warners", along with his dog K-9 And most recently in a MetLife commercial.

Cartoon Network also created a 2-minute filler piece featuring Marvin-- "Mars Forever" by the Plastic Fantastic Machine. It's a disco-style video combining clips of Marvin and Bugs Bunny from their encounters in "Haredevil Hare," "Hareway to the Stars," as well as bits of "Duck Dodgers in the 24th-and-a-half Century" and "Rocket Bye Baby."

Marvin has also appeared in several video games. He served as the main antagonist in both the Mega Drive/Genesis game Taz in Escape From Mars and the Super Nintendo game Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions. He also appeared in Bugs Bunny Lost in Time for PlayStation, where he was the boss of Dimension X, and in the final level of Sheep, Dog, 'n' Wolf. In addition, he was a common enemy in the Quantum Beep stages of Road Runner's Death Valley Rally for Super Nintendo. He also made a brief cameo in the 2003-2007 CN Fridays intro.

Marvin was also cast as the referee in Space Jam (though he did not stay to referee the whole game, due to Bupkus beating him up), and then later had a major villainous role in Looney Tunes: Back in Action where he was hired by the ACME chairman, Mr. Luther J. Chairman (Steve Martin), to finish DJ (Brendan Fraser) and the gang at Area 52. In the film's climax, he reappears to bring the Blue Monkey diamond to the ACME satellite, but is thwarted by Bugs (who he duels in a parody of Obi Wan Kenobi and Jango Fett in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones) and Daffy (who arrives as Duck Dodgers to save Bugs after he is exhausted from the battle), resulting in Marvin trapped in a bubble floating through space.

Marvin appeared in the Looney Tunes version of A Christmas Carol, Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas as an employee at Daffy Duck's "Lucky Duck Super Store". Marvin was homesick for his planet, Mars, and wanted to go back for Christmas (but also mentions, as usual, that he's planning to destroy the Earth as well). At first, Daffy doesn't let him take Christmas off, since he expects the employees to work on Christmas Day. After being visited by the abrasive yet well-intentioned Christmas ghosts, Daffy is redeemed, and as part of a surprise Christmas celebration, gives Marvin a rocket that will go faster than the speed of light, allowing him to make it to Mars by yesterday.

In nearly all of his appearances, Marvin is shown using a small pistol that fires either bubbles of pliable plastic or energy beams. He is also apparently immortal or long-lived, since he mentions doing over two thousand years of research to create the Illudium Q-36 Space Modulator, and he is seen in Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century, with Gossamer, a hairy red monster, as his assistant.

Jobs

  1. In older Looney Tunes cartoons, Marvin is unemployed; later, he does secret missions for someone named "E=M.C. Squared."
  2. In Looney Tunes: Back In Action, he is an evil villain working for Mr. Chairman at ACME.
  3. In Duck Dodgers, he is a Martian commander/super villain for the queen.
  4. In one Duck Dodgers episode, he is demoted to slave boy as punishment for hurting Duck Dodgers.
  5. In The Looney Tunes Show, he makes pizzas and helps deliver them.
  6. In Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas, he puts prices on products in a super store, until the end of the film when he is promoted to assistant manager.
  7. Marvin is a referee in Space Jam.

Development

Voice

Characterization

Personality

Physical appearance

Powers and abilities

Appearances

Live-action appearances

Printed media

Miscellaneous books

Video games

Other games

Theme Parks

Planned film

Main article: Marvin the Martian (film)

Relationships

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Quotes

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Trivia

Cultural References

  • Marvin's likeness appears in miniature on the Spirit rover on Mars as well as on the mission patch.
  • Marvin the Martian appears in the South Park episode Imaginationland Episode III. Here, he marches among myriad other evil fictional characters to battle against the surviving good characters. This version of him has a mouth filled with teeth. There are two other Looney Tunes "villains" in the evil character army, as well: An evil-eyed Gossamer and a possibly rabid Wile E. Coyote. Marvin is also indirectly referenced in the name of Stan's grandfather, Marvin Marsh.
  • Marvin the Martian appears in two Drawn Together episodes: Charlotte's Web of Lies (where he is seen in Ling-Ling's Anger Management group with Hulk, Skeletor, and Yosemite Sam) and Toot Goes Bollywood.
  • He appears in the FBI lineup in "The Springfield Files", an episode of The Simpsons (wearing purple helmet and skirt, instead of the usual green for both) in which he utters his famous catchphrase "This makes me very angry"; with other {TV} aliens-such as Gordon Shumway aka Alf; Chewbacca; Gort (The Day the Earth Stood Still); and one of the Kang and Kodos team.
  • In a deleted scene on the Futurama episode "That Darn Katz!", Marvin is seen as a student in Mars University.
  • Marvin the Martian makes a cameo appearance in the feature film Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, but the movie takes place in 1947 while his first cartoon appearance appeared during the following year.
  • Marvin the Martian also makes a cameo appearance in episode 14 of the cartoon series Animaniacs when Buttons reaches the moon.
  • Marvin the Martian appears in a background shot during the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind, shown on a television in lead character Roy Neary's living room. The segment shown is from the feature cartoon, Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century.
  • The Pu-36 explosive space modulator is referenced in several songs, including T-Pain's "Time Machine," as well as Ludacris' "Mouthing Off."
  • In the pilot episode of the TV series Weird Science, Lisa comments that she would have a lot more power had Wyatt installed a "Neutronian space modulator" before her creation.
  • NHL Buffalo Sabres Goalie Patrick Lalime's goaltender mask features Marvin the Martian on the front.
  • In the Pinky and the Brain episode "Star Warners", Marvin was briefly shown on a date with Minerva Mink. K-9 is sleeping next to them.
  • Marvin briefly appears in Diane Duane's 2010 novel A Wizard of Mars, when one of the main characters gets caught in a spell that brings their stereotypes of Mars into existence.
  • In the MAD News segment, Marvin appeared, letting his sink run water on Mars.
  • Reach Records artist PRo referenced Marvin the Martian and the space modulator in his song "Mission to Mars" from His 2011 album "Dying to Live".
  • In the Young Justice episode "Secrets," Miss Martian takes on the form of a gigantic Marvin the Martian to scare a teenager (coincidentally, also named Marvin) who is committing a War of the Worlds-style prank. When Marvin/Miss Martian roars, he sounds like Godzilla.
  • During the University of Southern California-Stanford University football game, the Drum Major of the visiting Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band dressed as Marvin the Martian as a Parody on the USC Spirit of Troy Trojan Marching Band's Drum major.
  • In 2009 Bi-Mart Membership stores in Oregon sold University of Oregon vs University of Southern California buttons featuring Marvin the Martian as the Trojan "Mascot"
  • In a MetLife commercial that aired during the 2012 Super Bowl, Marvin made a cameo in the ad.
  • Marvin appeared on ABC World News Tonight as the program was discussing the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. The announcer was mentioning that earthlings have long wondered what life on Mars was like, showing Marvin and the robots from War of the Worlds.
  • Marvin appeared as a figurine floating in space in the 2013 film "Gravity" passing Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in the damaged space station.

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Season 1: The Trial of Duck DodgersBig Bug MamasThe Fowl FriendThe Fast and the FeatheryDuck DeceptionThe Spy Who Didn't Love MeDuck CodgersWhere's Baby Smartypants?I'm Going to Get You Fat SuckaDetained DuckK-9 KaddyPig of ActionShiver Me DodgersThe Wrath of CanastaThey Stole Dodgers' BrainThe Green LoonternQuarterback QuackTo Love A DuckHooray For Hollywood PlanetThe Queen Is WildBack To The AcademyEnemy YoursDuck Departure

Season 2: Pig PlanetInvictus InterruptusPet PeevedThe Menace of ManinsuitK-9 QuarryTalent Show A Go-GoThe Love of A FatherThe New CadetThe Love DuckThe FuddThe Mark of XeroI See Duck PeopleDeathmatch DuckDeconstructing DodgersM.M.O.R.P.D.Old McDodgersDiva DeliveryCastle HighSurf The StarsSamurai QuackOf Course You Know This Means War And Peace (Part 1 and 2)
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Main characters: Buster BunnyBabs BunnyPlucky DuckHamton J. PigDizzy DevilShirley the LoonFurrballSweetie BirdLittle BeeperCalamity CoyoteLi'l SneezerFifi La FumeElmyra DuffMontana MaxTyrone Turtle

Looney Tunes guest stars: Bugs BunnyDaffy DuckTweetySylvesterTasmanian DevilWile E. CoyoteMichigan J. Frog

Perfecto Prep alumni: Roderick RatRhubella RatDanforth Drake

Other villains: Duck VaderDr. Gene SplicerSilas WonderGotcha GrabmoreMr. HitcherTupelo ToadSandy Witch

Other notable characters: Ralph the GuardCooper DaVilleMelvin the MonsterMitziRoverMarcia the MartianGrovellySteven SpielbergBanjo the PossumJohnny PewOrson Whales

Episodes
Season 1: "The Looney Beginning" • "A Quack in the Quarks" • "The Wheel o' Comedy" • "Test Stressed" • "The Buster Bunny Bunch" • "Her Wacky Highness" • "Hollywood Plucky" • "Journey to the Center of Acme Acres" • "It's Buster Bunny Time" • "Stuff That Goes Bump in the Night" • "Looking Out for the Little Guy" • "Starting from Scratch" • "Citizen Max" • "Hare Raising Night" • "Furrball Follies" • "The Acme Acres Zone" • "Life in the 90's" • "Rock 'n' Roar" • "Prom-ise Her Anything" • "Hare Today, Gone Tomorrow" • "Cinemaniacs!" • "You Asked for It" • "Gang Busters" • "Wake Up Call of the Wild" • "Buster and the Wolverine" • "You Asked for It, Part II" • "Europe in 30 Minutes" • "The Wacko World of Sports" • "Rainy Daze" • "Fields of Honey" • "Sawdust and Toonsil" • "Spring in Acme Acres" • "Psychic Fun-Omenon Day" • "The Wide World of Elmyra" • "A Ditch in Time" • "Animaniacs!" • "Career Oppor-Toon-ities" • "Strange Tales of Weird Science" • "Inside Plucky Duck" • "The Acme Bowl" • "Dating, Acme Acres Style" • "Looniversity Daze" • "Best 'o Plucky Duck Day" • "Hero Hamton" • "Whale's Tales" • "Ask Mr. Popular" • "Son of Looniversity Daze" • "Mr. Popular's Rules of Cool" • "Fairy Tales for the 90's" • "Who Bopped Bugs Bunny?" • "Tiny Toons Music Television" • "The Return to the Acme Acres Zone" • "The Acme Home Shopping Show" • "Weirdest Stories Ever Told" • "Viewer Mail Day" • "Son of the Wacko World of Sports" • "Pollution Solution" • "You Asked for It, Again" • "Brave Tales of Real Rabbits" • "How Sweetie It Is" • "New Character Day" • "Here's Hamton" • "No Toon is an Island" • "K-ACME TV" • "High Toon"

Season 2: "Pledge Week" • "Going Places" • "Elephant Issues" • "Hog-Wild Hamton" • "Playtime Toons" • "Toon Physics" • "Acme Cable TV" • "Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian" • "Henny Youngman Day" • "Love Disconnection" • "Kon Ducki" • "Sepulveda Boulevard" • "Take Elmyra, Please"

Season 3: "Thirteensomething" • "New Class Day" • "Fox Trot" • "What Makes Toons Tick" • "Flea for Your Life" • "The Return of Batduck" • "Toons Take Over" • "Toons from the Crypt" • "Two-Tone Town" • "Buster's Directorial Debut" • "Washingtoon" • "Toon TV" • "Grandma's Dead" • "Music Day" • "The Horror of Slumber Party Mountain" • "Sports Shorts" • "Weekday Afternoon Live" • "A Cat's Eye View" • "Best of Buster Day" • "It's a Wonderful Tiny Toon Christmas Special"

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Acme AcresAcme LooniversityWackylandMontana Max's mansion
See also
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Direct-to-video film: Wakko's Wish
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Interactive CD-Rom: Crazy Paint
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Season 1: "De-Zanitized / The Monkey Song / Nighty-Night Toon" • "Yakko's World / Cookies for Einstein / Win Big" • "H.M.S. Yakko / Slappy Goes Walnuts / Yakko's Universe" • "Hooked on a Ceiling / Goodfeathers: The Beginning" • "Taming Of The Screwy" • "Temporary Insanity / Operation: Lollipop / What are We?" • "Piano Rag / When Rita Met Runt" • "The Big Candy Store / Bumbie's Mom" • "Wally Llama / Where Rodents Dare" • "King Yakko" • "No Pain, No Painting / Les Miseranimals" • "Garage Sale of the Century / West Side Pigeons" • "Hello Nice Warners / La Behemoth / Little Old Slappy from Pasadena" • "La La Law / Cat on a Hot Steel Beam" • "Space Probed / Battle for the Planet" • "Chalkboard Bungle / Hurray for Slappy / The Great Wakkorotti: The Master and His Music" • "Roll Over, Beethoven / The Cat and the Fiddle" • "Pavlov's Mice / Chicken Boo-Ryshnikov / Nothing but the Tooth" • "Meatballs or Consequences / A Moving Experience" • "Hearts of Twilight / The Boids" • "Four Score and Seven Migraines Ago / Wakko's America / Davy Omelette / The Flame" • "Guardin' the Garden / Plane Pals" • "Be Careful What You Eat / Up the Crazy River / Ta Da Dump, Ta Da Dump, Ta Da Dump Dump Dump" • "Opportunity Knox / Wings Take Heart" • "Hercule Yakko / Home on De-Nile / A Midsummer Night's Dream" • "Testimonials / Babblin' Bijou / Potty Emergency / Sir Yaksalot" • "You Risk Your Life / I Got Yer Can / Jockey for Position" • "Moby or Not Moby / Mesozoic Mindy / The Good, the Boo and the Ugly" • "Draculee, Draculaa / Phranken-Runt" • "Hot, Bothered and Bedeviled / Moon Over Minerva / Skullhead Boneyhands" • "O Silly Mio / Puttin' on the Blitz / The Great Wakkorotti: The Summer Concert" • "Chairman of the Bored / Planets Song / Astro-Buttons" • "Cartoons in Wakko's Body / Noah's Lark / The Big Kiss / Hiccup" • "Clown and Out / Bubba Bo Bob Brain" • "Very Special Opening / In the Garden of Mindy / No Place Like Homeless / Katie Ka-Boo / Baghdad Cafe" • "Critical Condition / The Three Muska-Warners" • "Dough Dough Boys / Boot Camping / General Boo-Regard" • "Spellbound" • "Smitten With Kittens / Alas Poor Skullhead / White Gloves" • "Fair Game / The Slapper / Puppet Rulers" • "Buttermilk, It Makes a Body Bitter / Broadcast Nuisance / Raging Bird" • "Animator's Alley / Can't Buy a Thrill / Hollywoodchuck" • "Of Nice and Men / What a Dump / Survey Ladies" • "Useless Facts / The Senses / The World Can Wait / Kiki's Kitten" • "Windsor Hassle / ...And Justice for Slappy" • "Turkey Jerky / Wild Blue Yonder" • "Video Review / When Mice Ruled the Earth" • "Mobster Mash / Lake Titicaca / Icebreakers" • "A Christmas Plotz / Little Drummer Warners" • "Twas the Day Before Christmas / Jingle Boo / The Great Wakkorotti: The Holiday Concert / Toy Shop Terror / Yakko's Universe" • "The Warners & the Beanstalk / Frontier Slappy" • "Ups and Downs / The Brave Little Trailer / Yes, Always" • "Drive-Insane / Girlfeathers / I'm Cute" • "Brain Meets Brawn / Meet Minerva" • "Gold Rush / A Gift of Gold / Dot's Quiet Time" • "Schnitzelbank / The Helpinki Formula / Les Boutons et le Ballon / Kung Boo" • "Of Course, You Know This Means Warners / Up a Tree / Wakko's Gizmo" • "Meet John Brain / Smell Ya Later" • "Ragamuffins / Woodstock Slappy" • "Karaoke-Dokie / The Cranial Crusader / The Chicken Who Loved Me" • "Baloney & Kids / Super Buttons / Katie Ka-Boom: The Driving Lesson" • "Scare Happy Slappy / Witch One / MacBeth" • "With Three You Get Eggroll / Mermaid Mindy / Katie Ka-Boom: Call Waiting" • "Lookit the Fuzzy Heads / No Face Like Home" • "The Warners' 65th Anniversary Special"

Season 2: "Take My Siblings Please / The Mindy 500 / Morning Malaise" • "Miami Mama-Mia / Pigeon on the Roof" • "We're No Pigeons / Whistle Stop Mindy / Katie Ka-Boom: The Broken Date" • "I'm Mad / Bad Mood Bobby / Katie Ka-Boom: The Blemish / Fake"
Season 3: "Super Strong Warner Siblings / Nutcracker Slappy / Wakko's New Gookie / A Quake, a Quake!" • "Variety Speak / Three Tenors and You're Out / Bingo" • "Deduces Wild / Rest in Pieces / U.N. Me" • "A Hard Day's Warner / Gimme a Break / Please Please Please Get a Life Foundation" • "The Tiger Prince / All The Words in the English Language / The Kid in the Lid / Method to Her Madness" • "The Presidents Song / Don't Tread on Us / The Flame Returns" • "Gimme the Works / Buttons in Ows / Hercules Unwound" • "This Pun for Hire / Star Truck / Go Fish / Multiplication Song" • "The Sound of Warners / Yabba Dabba Boo" • "My Mother the Squirrel / The Party / Oh! Say Can You See / The Twelve Days of Christmas Song" • "Dot's Entertainment / The Girl with the Googily Goop / Gunga Dot" • "Soccer Coach Slappy / Belly Button Blues / Our Final Space Cartoon, We Promise / Valuable Lesson" • "Wakko's 2-Note Song / Panama Canal / Hello Nurse / The Ballad of Magellan / The Return of the Great Wakkorotti / The Big Wrap Party Tonight"
Season 4: "One Flew Over the Cuckoo Clock" • "Cutie and the Beast / Boo Happens / Noel" • "Jokahontas / Boids on the Hood / Mighty Wakko at the Bat" • "A Very Very Very Very Special Show / Night of the Living Buttons / Soda Jerk" • "From Burbank with Love / Anchors A-Warners / When You're Traveling from Nantucket" • "Papers for Pappa / Amazing Gladiators / Pinky and the Ralph" • "Ten Short Films About Wakko Warner / No Time for Love / The Boo Network" • "Pitter Patter of Little Feet / Mindy in Wonderland / Ralph's Wedding"
Season 5: "Back in Style / Bones in the Body" • "It / Dot - The Macadamia Nut / Bully for Skippy" • "Cute First (Ask Questions Later) / Acquaintances / Here Comes Attila / Boo Wonder" • "Hooray for North Hollywood" • "The Carpool / The Sunshine Squirrels" • "The Christmas Tree / Punchline (Part I) / Prom Night / Punchline (Part II)" • "Magic Time / The Brain's Apprentice" • "Birds on a Wire / The Scoring Session / The Animaniacs Suite"

Songs
Animaniacs ThemeWakko's AmericaYakko's WorldI'm Mad
Locations
Warner Bros. Studios, BurbankAcme Labs
See also
Tiny Toon AdventuresPinky and the BrainFreakazoid!Histeria!Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain


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Protagonists: BrainPinky

Other characters: SnowballBillieDr. MordoughPrecious
Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain-only characters: Elmyra DuffRudy MookichVanity WhiteWally Faust

Episodes
Pinky and the Brain Episodes

Season 1: "Das Mouse" • "Of Mouse and Man" • "Tokyo Grows" / "That Smarts" / "Brainstem" • "Pinky & the Fog" / "Where No Mouse Has Gone Before" / "Cheese Roll Call" • "Brainania" • "TV or Not TV" • "Napoleon Brainaparte" • "A Pinky and the Brain Christmas" • "Snowball" • "Around the World in 80 Narfs" • "Fly" • "Ambulatory Abe" / "Mouse of La Mancha" • "The Third Mouse" / "The Visit"
Season 2: "It's Only a Paper World" • "Collect 'Em All" / "Pinkasso" • "Plan Brain from Outer Space" • "The Pink Candidate" • "Brain's Song" • "Welcome to the Jungle" • "A Little Off the Top" / "Megalomaniacs Anonymous" • "The Mummy" / "Robin Brain" • "Two Mice and a Baby" / "The Maze" • "Brain of the Future" • "Brinky" • "Hoop Schemes"
Season 3: "Leave It to Beavers" / "Cinebrainia" • "Brain Noir" • "Pinky & the Brain... and Larry" / "Where the Deer and the Mousealopes Play" • "Brain's Bogie" / "Say What, Earth?" • "My Feldmans, My Friends" • "All You Need is Narf" / "Pinky's Plan" • "This Old Mouse" • "Brain Storm" • "A Meticulous Analysis of History" / "Funny, You Don't Look Rhennish" • "The Pinky Protocol" • "Mice Don't Dance" • "Brain Drained" • "Brain Acres" • "Pinky and the Brainmaker" / "Calvin Brain" • "Pinky Suavo" / "T.H.E.Y." • "The Real Life" • "Brain's Way" • "A Pinky and the Brain Halloween" • "Brainy Jack" • "Leggo My Ego" / "Big in Japan" • "But That's Not All, Folks!" • "Operation Sea Lion" / "You Said a Mouseful" • "The Tailor and the Mice" / "Bah, Wilderness" • "Pinky at the Bat" / "Schpiel-borg 2000" • "Broadway Malady" • "The Megalomaniacal Adventures of Brainie the Poo" / "The Melancholy Brain" • "Inherit the Wheeze" • "Brain's Night Off" / "Beach Blanket Brain" • "The Family that Poits Together, Narfs Together" • "Pinky's Turn" / "Your Friend: Global Domination" • "You'll Never Eat Food Pellets in This Town, Again!" • "Dangerous Brains" • "What Ever Happened to Baby Brain" / "Just Say Narf" • "The Pinky P.O.V." / "The Really Great Dictator" / "Brain Food"
Season 4: "Brainwashed" • "To Russia with Lab Mice" / "Hickory Dickory Bonk" • "The Pinky and the Brain Reunion Special" • "A Legendary Tail" / "Project B.R.A.I.N." • "Star Warners"
Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain Episodes: "Patty Ann" / "Gee, Your Hair Spells Terrific" • "Cute Little Alienhead" / "Better Living Through Cheese" • "My Fair Brainy!" / "The Cat That Cried Wolf" • "The Girl With Nothing Extra" / "Narfily Ever After" • "The Icky Mouse Club" / "The Man From Washington" • "At the Hop!" / "Pinky's Dream House" • "Yule Be Sorry" / "How I Spent My Weekend" • "Wag the Mouse" / "A Walk in the Park" • "The Ravin!" / "Elmyra's Music Video" / "Squeeze Play" • "Teleport a Friend" • "Mr. Doctor" / "That's Edutainment" • "Fun, Time & Space" / "Hooray for Meat" • "Party Night" / "The Mask of Braino"

Locations
Acme Labs
Songs
Pinky and the Brain ThemeBrainstemCheese Roll CallA Meticulous Analysis of HistoryJust Say NarfSchmëerskåhøvên
See Also
AnimaniacsTiny Toon Adventures


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Space Jam | Video game | Soundtrack | Video | Space Jam: A New Legacy
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Space Jam: Bugs Bunny | Lola Bunny | Daffy Duck | Porky Pig | Michael Jordan | Elmer Fudd | Sylvester the Cat | Tweety | Tasmanian Devil | Mr. Swackhammer | The Nerdlucks | Yosemite Sam | Granny | Foghorn Leghorn | Marvin the Martian | Stanley Podolak | Wile E. Coyote | Road Runner | Pepé Le Pew | Speedy Gonzales | Sylvester Junior | Pete Puma | Toro the Bull | Henery Hawk | Porky's Drunken Friends | Hector the Bulldog | Gruesome Gorilla | The Crusher | Mama Buzzard | Witch Hazel | Three Bears | The Martin Brothers | Spike and Chester | Sniffles | Rocky and Mugsy | Marc Anthony and Pussyfoot | Ala Bahma | Angus MacRory | Barnyard Dawg | Beaky Buzzard | Bobo the Elephant | Slowpoke Rodriguez | The Weasel | Little Red Riding Hood | Michigan J. Frog | Charlie Dog | Cecil Turtle | Claude Cat | Giovanni Jones | Gossamer | Owl Jolson | Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog | Hippety Hopper | Angus MacRory | Juanita Jordan | Jeffery Jordan | Marcus Jordan | Jasmine Jordan | Bill Murray | Larry Bird

Space Jam: A New Legacy: LeBron James | Dom James | Al-G Rhythm | Batman | Parzival | Joker | Nolan Sorrento | I-R0k | Pete | Scooby-Doo | Shaggy Rogers | Superman | Gandalf | Harry Potter | The Mask | Iron Giant | King Kong | Emmet Brickowski | Wyldstyle | Max Rockatansky | Austin Powers | Rick Blaine | Ilsa Lund | Arya Stark | Drogon | Neo | Scorpion | Sub-Zero | Mumble | Osmosis Jones | Dorothy Gale | Toto | Scarecrow | Tin Woodman | Cowardly Lion | Sloth Fratelli | Gizmo | Fred Flintstone | Barney Rubble | Yogi Bear | George Jetson | Lloyd Garmadon | Unikitty | Benny | Willy Wonka | Frodo Baggins | Metalbeard | Samwise Gamgee | Legolas | Gimli | Hermione Granger | Ronald Weasley | Wonder Woman | The Flash | Aquaman | Cyborg | Green Lantern | Alfred Pennyworth | Kai | Cole | Jay | Zane | Master Wu | Nya | Leah Estrogen | Trinity | Imperator Furiosa | Shazam | Robin | Batgirl | Finn | Jake | Starfire | Raven | Beast Boy | Blossom | Bubbles | Buttercup | Rick Sanchez | Morty Smith | Mikey Walsh | Brand Walsh | Chunk Cohen | Mouth Devereaux | Data Wang | Andy Carmichael | Stef Steinbrenner | Lord Voldemort | Lex Luthor | Sauron | Agent Smith | It | The Wicked Witch of the West | Lord Business | Stripe | Immortan Joe | Dr. Evil | Dorian Tyrell | Freddy Krueger | Jason Voorhees | Jack Torrance | Mechagodzilla | Saruman | Gollum | Two-Face | The Penguin | Catwoman | The Riddler | Harley Quinn | Master Chen | Thrax | Shang Tsung | Sinestro | Bane | Scarecrow | Poison Ivy | Mr. Freeze | Black Adam | Deathstroke | Shao Kahn | Darkseid | Goon Squad

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Theme Song | Fly Like an Eagle | The Winner | I Believe I Can Fly | Hit 'Em High (The Monstars' Anthem) | I Found My Smile Again | For You I Will | Upside Down ('Round-N-'Round) | Givin' U All That I've Got | Basketball Jones | I Found My Smile Again | I Turn to You | All of My Days | That's the Way (I Like It) | Buggin'| We Win | Jump | Everybody Wants to Rule the World | Tom Sawyer | Run Wild | The Crowd Go Crazy | We're Not Gonna Take It | Space Jam Rap Battle | Everything's Not Awesome | Man in the Mirror | BBC | You Wouldn't Know (feat. Ellen McClain)
Locations
Moron Mountain | Looney Tune Land | The Tune Stadium | Schlesinger Gym | Server-verse | Harry Potter World | DC World | Mad Max World | Austin Powers World | Casablanca World | Game of Thrones World | The Wizard of Oz World | The Matrix World | Wonder Woman World | The LEGO Movie World | The Lord of the Rings World | The Mask World | Ready Player One World | Scooby-Doo World | The Flintstones World | The Jetsons World | Yogi Bear World | Gremlins World | The Goonies World | Beetlejuice World | Ninjago World | Adventure Time World | The Powerpuff Girls World | Teen Titans Go! World
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Looney Tunes | Merrie Melodies | Looney Tunes: Back in Action | Tune Squad | List of cameos in Space Jam | Space Jam/Gallery | Space Jam/Transcript | Dom Ball


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Animated films: RuberMr. SwackhammerKent MansleyThraxLord BusinessHunterKralahomeDrakeDarla DimpleRockyKing SalazarQueen GnorgaKing LlortMouse KingMouse Queen

Animated television: MandarkSnowballDelightful Children From Down The LaneRed GuyMojo JojoHIMFuzzy LumpkinsThe Gangreen GangFatherTerrenceKing SandyJokerLex LuthorAlexander Luthor Jr.DeathstrokeBlackfireMr. FreezeMr. FizzPrincess MorbucksThe Rowdyruff BoysMr. BossCree LincolnChad DicksonQueen Tyr'ahneeHella, Ramona and AngelicaWinifred ChanticleerNew CadetDrake DarkstarArchduke ZagCounselor DishCatapoidsSinestroRona VipraGeorgiaHelgaEmiliaMartian CenturionCaptain LongThe FuddMartian Commander X-2QuackerCrazy Robot

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Live-action films: Léon RomMr. ChairmanJokerLex LuthorDeathstrokeLord VoldemortQuirinus QuirrellNaginiThe BasiliskThe Mountain TrollThe Hungarian HorntailDolores UmbridgeDraco MalfoyLucius MalfoyShang TsungFulton GreenwayDorian TyrellThomas GriffinThe Grand High WitchJack TorranceOliver PorterPennywisePazuzu
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Mr. Chairman
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