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  • Pete Puma
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  • Pete Puma is a hero of Looney Tunes and The Looney Tunes show.
  • Pete is a dim-witted puma who is a zookeeper. He can be seen having many problems at the zoo.
  • Pete Puma is a classic character from Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts.
  • Pete is voiced by Stan Freberg on Tiny Toon Adventures and all prior appearances on the Looney Tunes shorts and films. Joe Alaskey voices him in the Going Places episode segment, When You're Hot... Pete appears in the Viewer Mail Day episode segment, Buttering up the Buttfields as a chef for the Acme Acres Country Club. Plucky, who is working as a waiter, informs him that the Buttfields have ordered Canard A La'Orange. Pete, having read French Cooking for Morons, finds out that Canard A La'Orange is roast duck in orange sauce. He tries to cook Plucky, even when Plucky tries to cook Buster as a substitute for the Buttfields. Buster distracts Pete by telling him that roast duck is best served with lumpy mashed potatoes. The pot in which the mashed potatoes are in is attached to a breakaway s
  • Pete Puma is a villain in the Looney Tunes series of theatrical and TV short features. When first introduced in Rabbit Kin, he tried to eat a little rabbit named Shorty. He is no match for the more cunning characters, especially Bugs Bunny. Like many other very stupid villains, he thinks himself quite bright. One of his first modern appearances was as the janitor at Acme Looniversity in Tiny Toon Adventures. After he took a fall from his own soap and mop down a flight of stairs, Babs and Buster Bunny (no relation) observed that he would now have "A Whoooole Lotta Lumps".
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Name
  • Pete Puma
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Links
  • External links * A "Rabbit's Kin" plot summary * Pete Puma's laugh (mp3)
Species
  • Puma
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  • Male
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  • Pete Puma
debut appearance
  • Rabbit's Kin
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  • Pete Puma is a villain in the Looney Tunes series of theatrical and TV short features. When first introduced in Rabbit Kin, he tried to eat a little rabbit named Shorty. He is no match for the more cunning characters, especially Bugs Bunny. Like many other very stupid villains, he thinks himself quite bright. He later tried to catch a chicken and was tricked by Foghorn Leghorn. A regular gag involved him and Bugs Bunny having tea. Bugs would ask him how many "lumps" (of sugar) he wanted, and then would pound him on the head with a mallet until he got lumps. While Pete never appeared in many classic-era shorts, his goofball facial expressions and exaggerated voice always made him a fan favorite. One of his first modern appearances was as the janitor at Acme Looniversity in Tiny Toon Adventures. After he took a fall from his own soap and mop down a flight of stairs, Babs and Buster Bunny (no relation) observed that he would now have "A Whoooole Lotta Lumps". He later appears in The Looney Tunes Show as a zookeeper, not a very good one at that. He is given strict orders that if he values his life he will not open the lock for a caged wild animal. He then immediately rips of the lock and runs towards the zookeeper telling him he forgot his lock, leaving the Tasmanian Devil to escape.
  • Pete Puma is a hero of Looney Tunes and The Looney Tunes show.
  • Pete is voiced by Stan Freberg on Tiny Toon Adventures and all prior appearances on the Looney Tunes shorts and films. Joe Alaskey voices him in the Going Places episode segment, When You're Hot... Pete appears in the Viewer Mail Day episode segment, Buttering up the Buttfields as a chef for the Acme Acres Country Club. Plucky, who is working as a waiter, informs him that the Buttfields have ordered Canard A La'Orange. Pete, having read French Cooking for Morons, finds out that Canard A La'Orange is roast duck in orange sauce. He tries to cook Plucky, even when Plucky tries to cook Buster as a substitute for the Buttfields. Buster distracts Pete by telling him that roast duck is best served with lumpy mashed potatoes. The pot in which the mashed potatoes are in is attached to a breakaway shelf, and a bunch of heavy objects on the shelf fall on Pete and knock him out. Pete appears briefly in the episode, Who Bopped Bugs Bunny? where he checks on both Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck during Bugs' award ceremony. After Sappy Stanley knocks out Bugs while his robot copy talks to Daffy, the real Stanley returns to the stage to introduce Bugs, who doesn't show up. When Pete checks up on Bugs to tell him he's supposed to be on stage, he is shocked to find him having gone missing. Pete appears in the Going Places episode segment, When You're Hot... as the Acme Acres Firehouse chief. He teaches the students about the various things that can start fires by setting them on fire. The most notable example is a rocket, which sets Acme Looniversity on fire. Pete's incompetence makes Buster question, "Why is this guy on our show?" Pete appears in several Tiny Toon Adventures episodes as the Acme Looniversity janitor. One such example is in the wraparounds for the Season 1 episode, Looniversity Daze.
  • Pete is a dim-witted puma who is a zookeeper. He can be seen having many problems at the zoo.
  • Pete Puma is a classic character from Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts.
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