Loopy de Loop
From The TV IV
Loopy de Loop was a series of theatrical animated short subjects, the first by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera after leaving their longtime MGM studio home, and their only theatrical short subject series their own studio would produce. It was distributed through Columbia Pictures.
Loopy was a French speaking wolf who bucked the trend of wolves being evil. He always sought to perform good deeds, but in the same schism as Casper the Friendly Ghost, nobody took Loopy seriously because the universal belief is all wolves are evil.
The Loopy de Loop cartoons were not well received because it was too formulaic and fell back on Hanna-Barbera's TV budget animation.
The series had a sporadic run in syndication after its theatrical play. It garnered more prolific viewing in the early 90s when USA Network played them on its Cartoon Express series. The cartoons now run as filler features on Cartoon Network's sister channel Boomerang.