Turner, Lloyd

Posted in WB Cartoon Companion on March 24, 2004

    Story writer at Warner Brothers in the late 1940’s. Worked primarily under Art Davis’ direction, and was usually teamed with Bill Scott. Turner would later write for the Bullwinkle show, which was co-written and co-produced by Scott. He went on to work on a number of shows for Norman Lear, including The Jeffersons.

    Credits, all directed by Davis and, except where noted, co-written with Scott:

        Doggone Cats (1948)
        What Makes Daffy Duck? (1948)
        Bone Sweet Bone (1948)
        Riff Raffy Daffy (1948)
        The Stupor Salesman (1948)
        A Hick, A Slick, and a Chick (1948)
        Two Gophers From Texas (1948)
        Dough Ray Me-Ow (1948)
        Odor of the Day (solo, 1948)
        Holiday for Drumsticks (solo, 1949)
        Porky Chops (1949)
        Bowery Bugs (1949)

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