Here's a rarity in the Warner Bros. canon.
Private Snafu appeared in more than 2 dozen shorts produced by WB for the Army from 1943-5, but these cartoons, now in the public domain, have never been shown on television, save maybe for an episode or three of Cartoon Network's Toon Heads in the 90's.
Snafu (Mel Blanc) keeps finding himself in situations of his own making. His name is an acronym (Situation Normal-All Fouled Up), but the little guy was meant to be a morale booster for the soldiers. Created by filmmaker Frank Capra, a large chunk of Snafu's adventures were written by author Ted Geisel (Dr. Seuss), and directed by some of the usual WB suspects (Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Frank Tashlin).
A number of years ago, my brother bought a bootleg video compilation of the Fleischers' Superman shorts at a convention. A Snafu short was included in the set, but not the one we're going to show you. I didn't think much of it at the time, partially because I was tired and half-asleep that night when he played the tape. Anyway, scope out "Private Snafu vs. Malaria Mike". Mike, you see, is a mosquito.
Bugs Bunny appeared in a pair of shorts with Snafu, and maybe we'll run those someday.