Where else can you find the finished work of a legendary comic who died last year? The groundbreaking Looney Tunes cartoons were produced by Warner Bros.’ animal-loving animation supervisor Chuck Jones, best known for his work on Blazing Saddles and his own directing work on The Flintstones. (This dynamic duo also won an Oscar in 1973 for the long-running Charlie’s Angels series.) But Smith was a singular figure, and he’s getting a belated tribute via a special new release from Warner Bros. featuring six Warner cartoons with Chuck Smith and cameos from such grand-daddy Looney Tunes cartoonists as Bob Clampett and animators such as Tex Avery and Ward Kimball. The actual movie is entertaining and silly as a cartoon is supposed to be, but even more delightful are the myriad throwbacks to other cartoons of the past and of the oh-so-dull-but-fascinating golden age of cartoons. Of course, the release begs for an animated Looney Tunes cartoon adventure with the strange story of Looney Tunes of the Lost West, a possibility for which you may need a legend’s will.