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Looney Tunes (Gold Key) 7 is an issue of Gold Key Comics' Looney Tunes series. The issue date is April 1976 and the cover price is twenty-five cents.

Stories

The Booty Pageant

Starring: Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
Summary: When a con man tricks Sam and Bugs into robbing a bank for him, the pair could end up in jail, so it's up to Bugs to con the con.

Flower Power

(Hostess Cupcakes advertisement)
Starring: Tweety and Sylvester
Summary: Sylvester disguises himself as a lady flower-seller to catch Tweety, but the bird trades him a package of cupcakes for the flowers and the cat eats them instead.

Poll Fault

Starring: Wile E. Coyote
Guest starring: Beaky Buzzard
Cameos: Elmer Fudd, Petunia Pig, Porky Pig, Road Runner
Summary: Beaky asks Wile E. just who considers him to be a genius, so the coyote conducts a poll to find out.

Cock-a-Doodle Cow

Starring: Foghorn Leghorn
Guest starring: Taz
Summary: When Taz is hungry for chicken, Foghorn pretends to be a cow. In the succeeding battle of wits, Foggy loses.

Pond Sweet Pond

Starring: Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
Summary: Porky can't stand Daffy's annoying visits anymore, so Daffy brings him to his pond. He soon realizes Daffy's visits weren't nearly as annoying.
Trivia: Elmer Fudd is mentioned.

The Hep Cat

Starring: Tweety and Sylvester
Summary: Sylvester and his friends see a beautiful new girl in the neighborhood, but Sylvester lacks confidence. While telling Tweety about it, an older cat overhears and says he might be able to help. He says back in his day the girls would flock to his zoot suit, so Sylvester buys it. His friends laugh at it, but when the new girl fawns over it, they want zoot suits of their own. Luckily the old cat has more to sell. As soon as all the suits are sold, the new girl drops Sylvester and leaves with the old cat, her business partner, and Sylvester and his friends howl miserably. A few days later, Tweety sees the old cat again. He asks if the cats are still stuck with the ugly suits and Tweety tells him a talent agent heard their howls and booked them as a new singing group.