I watched them a lot as a kid, and I honestly could say I loved them all, never developing a particular favorite.
I'll throw in HIGH DIVING HARE as my favorite cartoon, though I admit I'm far from bing as knowledgeable about Looney Tunes as I am Stooges. Bugs and Sam crack me up in that short.
You bring up an interesting question I’ve been wanting to ask: for those reading, what’s your favorite Looney Tunes cartoon? I’m big enough of a fan that I can divide it by character, so here I go.
Favorite Bugs Bunny Cartoon: BASEBALL BUGS. Picking a favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon is very hard, as there are many worthy candidates and I will throw in HIGH DIVING HARE and REBEL RABBIT as honorable mentions. BASEBALL BUGS is a cartoon that I’ve always thought was a perfect combination of gags with the animation, as well as featuring a challenging, but still funny adversary for Bugs.
Favorite Daffy Duck Cartoon: A tie between the 4 cartoons I mentioned in my first post on this thread. While picking a favorite Bugs cartoon is very hard, picking a favorite Daffy cartoon is impossible.
Favorite Porky Pig Cartoon: DOUGH FOR THE DO-DO. This is a color remake of PORKY IN WACKYLAND and though people tend to prefer the original, I’ve always preferred this one, mostly for the backgrounds as well as the different closing gag.
Favorite Tweety and Sylvester Cartoon: SATAN’S WAITIN’. A very funny concept that I’ve always enjoyed. It also features one of my favorite closing gags that I have ever seen.
Favorite Foghorn Leghorn Cartoon: CROWING PAINS, with FOX TERROR as a close second. I like the addition of Sylvester as the villain who can still be somewhat wacky, giving Foghorn and the Barnyard Dawg a real adversary to go up against, rather than just them playing pranks on each other.
Favorite Speedy Gonzales Cartoon: MEXICALI SCHMOES. I wish they would have kept the two cats in this cartoon for the Speedy Gonzales series. I thought they were a funny pairing and it would have been nice to not see them overuse Sylvester.
Favorite Pepé Le Pew Cartoon: ODOR OF THE DAY. There’s debate over whether this truly qualifies as a true Pepé Le Pew cartoon, though it is still the same design. I really love how Pepé actually uses his smell to his advantage in this cartoon, using it as though it’s a gun and there are some funny reactions from the dog.
Favorite Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner Cartoon: none. Don’t take that the wrong way; these cartoons can be very funny, but they’re so similar in concept as well as how they play out that none has ever particularly stood out to me.