How well do you know the classic cartoon “One Froggy Evening”?

Michigan J. Frog was only in one original short but he still became a fan favorite.

There are plenty of Looney Tunes shorts like “The Crackpot Quail” or “It’s Hummer Time” (a pun on “summer time” featuring a hummingbird, not a hip-hop song still decades away) that featured fun characters but never broke out into the cultural mainstream from their single brief appearance.

The 1955 short “One Froggy Evening” is the rare one-off cartoon that remains as popular today as anything starring Bugs or Daffy. It has been referenced countless times in pop culture since its debut and the unnamed amphibian star was later dubbed Michigan J. Frog. It even got a sequel “Another Froggy Evening” in 1995.

How many times have you seen this iconic short? Test your knowledge of the froggy details with this quiz!

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  1. The name of the wrecking company is a brand used in many Looney Tunes shorts. What company is it?
  2. What is the very first thing the construction worker finds in the box?
  3. What’s the first song the frog sings?
  4. What is unique about the song?
  5. What happens when the man goes to a talent agency?
  6. What’s the second song the frog sings?
  7. What is unique about this second song?
  8. The man advertises free admission to see his singing frog but that doesn’t work. What finally gets people in the door?
  9. The frog sings the opera aria “Largo al factotum” on a bench in the park. What other Looney Tunes short used the song?
  10. The man brings the frog to another construction site. Where does he leave it?
  11. The cartoon ends in what year of the future?
  12. This iconic cartoon was directed by which famous Looney Tunes animator?

How well do you know the classic cartoon “One Froggy Evening”?

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CortneyNicole 10 months ago
10/12 I got all of it right except for #2 #9 that I missed. That's the reason why I love quizzing because it is so good to exercise my brain. Love the cartoon with Michigan J. Frog that I remember watching.
jenn32870 12 months ago
9/12, which I consider pretty good since the questions I missed were so random (mentioning the phone). My very favorite cartoon for as long as I can remember.
LH jenn32870 12 months ago
I agree! I LOVED that frog
REMMLJ66 13 months ago
I got 11 out of 12! I had no clue that "The Michigan Rag" was written for OFE!
MasonRivera 13 months ago
This quiz is kind of confusing...
LH 13 months ago
9/12
I LOVED that frog !!!!! Whenever they put that on Saturday morning cartoons I just couldn’t wait to watch it…it was a one shot deal but it was one of the best cartoons ever!
2103634076 13 months ago
8 of 12. I’ll take a C. There isn’t any Sco. Prob, is there?!!?
Hollie 13 months ago
8 of 12 used to love this short as a kid
ELEANOR 13 months ago
6/12 is pretty good since I've never seen the cartoon.
LH ELEANOR 13 months ago
Oh it’s such a great cartoon! Maybe you can Google it and watch it on YouTube or something
adamsbabe 13 months ago
We laughed at this cartoon on toon In with me:)
zman47240 13 months ago
9/12. Still seems silly they used him as the mascot for an entire network when he only appeared in one cartoon episode.
marmetv20 13 months ago
5/12 always one of my favs. Didn't help me remember it!
FestusFan2312 13 months ago
11/12. Did not know Hello My Honey was one of the first to mention a telephone. Of course this was a Chuck Jones cartoon. You can see it in every element of the film…right down to the “Chuck Jones smile”. He was the absolute master. This has to be one of the greatest ever.
REMMLJ66 FestusFan2312 13 months ago
I had the Looney Toons' Chuck Jones Collection on VHS tape and was to know that he directed OFE. I wonder whatever happened to that tape?🤔
Wendy57 13 months ago
10/12
I really appreciate the old popular songs accompanying these classic cartoons.
We live in a home built in 1904 and I think about that type of music being enjoyed by previous families living here. What it must’ve been like.
If only walls could talk ?
Then again ........... maybe not 🤫👻😯
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