|Directed classic Warner Bros. cartoons such as a Wagner-singing Bugs Bunny in "What's Opera, Doc?" (1957) and Daffy Duck breaking the animated fourth wall in "Duck Amuck" (1953), and in|
|Animated TV specials include the adaptations How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966), based on the Dr. Seuss book, and Riki-Tiki-Tavi (1975), from the Rudyard Kipling short story.|
|Among his most well-known one-shot cartoons is "One Froggy Evening" (1955), featuring a singing frog that, 40 years later, was christened Michigan J. Frog and adopted as the symbol of the WB Netw|
|His 1989 autobiography, Chuck Amuck, features a foreword by fan Steven Spielberg, who used clips from Jones' cartoons in his films, including a sequence from the '53 Daffy Duck short "Duck Dodg|
|As a child growing up in Los Angeles, watched Charlie Chaplin and Mack Sennett filming their silent movies.|
|Joined the Warner Bros. animation unit in 1933 and began directing the Merrie Melodies series in 1938.|
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