Tasmanian Devil Statue, Cartoons & Looney Tunes Statues, Looney Tunes’ Tasmanian Devil Statue

Tasmanian Devil Statue, Cartoons & Looney Tunes Statues, Looney Tunes' Tasmanian Devil Statue

Looney Tunes’ Tasmanian Devil Statue

The Looney Tunes by Jim Shore collection combines rambunctious Looney Tunes characters with the time-honored motifs of handcrafted folk art. This Tasmanian Devil Statue captures the essence of everyone’s favorite dimwitted whirling dervish. Taz’s befuddled stance and expression look all the more endearing, rendered in Jim Shores’ signature colors and folk art style. Sculpted from high-quality stone resin, the handcrafted design is hand-painted for a beautiful artisanal finish. The Tasmanian Devil (also spelled Tazmanian Devil), commonly referred to as Taz, is an animated cartoon character featured in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of cartoons. Though the character appeared in only five shorts before Warner Bros. Cartoons shut down in 1964, marketing and television appearances later propelled Taz to new popularity in the 1990s. Taz is generally portrayed as a ferocious, albeit dim-witted, carnivore with a notoriously short temper and little patience. He got his name in the short Ducking the Devil. Though he can be very devious, he is also sweet at times. His enormous appetite seems to know no bounds, as he will eat anything in his path. He is best known for his speech consisting mostly of grunts, growls, and rasps (in his earlier appearances, he does speak English with primitive grammar) as well as his ability to spin like a vortex and bite through nearly anything. Taz does have one weakness, he can be calmed by almost any music. While in this calm state, he can be easily dealt with. The only music known not to pacify Taz is the bagpipes, which he finds insufferable. Looney Tunes’ Tasmanian Devil Statue measures: 2 inches / 5 cm x 2 inches / 5 cm x 2 inches / 5 cm.


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