Lively, loud-mouthed rooster from Warner Brothers animated shorts, created by Robert McKimson and voiced by Mel Blanc. His distinctive Southern drawl and vocal mannerisms ("What's the, I say, what's the big idea chasing my worm...") were based on (or directly appropriated from--"That's a joke, son!") Kenny Delmar's popular radio creation on The Fred Allen Show, Senator Beauregard Claghorn.

First appearance was in 1946 as a guest in the Oscar nominated "Walky Talky Hawky," which featured Henery Hawk. In addition to numerous run ins with Henery, a chicken hawk, Foghorn's usual nemesis was the Barnyard Dawg. Several films involved nothing but these two creating ever more elaborate and painful practical jokes on each other. Other familiar characters that appear with him are a spinster hen, Miss Prissy, who has her eyes on marriage; her brainy son, Egghead Jr., who usually outsmarts any attempt of Foghorn to tutor him; and an unnamed weasel looking to feed on chickens.


  • Walky Talky Hawky (1946)
  • Crowing Pains (1947)
  • The Foghorn Leghorn (1948)
  • Henhouse Henery (1949)
  • The Leghorn Blows at Midnight (1950)
  • A Fractured Leghorn (1950)
  • Leghorn Swoggled (1951)
  • Lovelorn Leghorn (1951)
  • Sock a Doodle Do (1952)
  • The Egg-Cited Rooster (1952)
  • Plop Goes the Weasel (1953)
  • Of Rice and Hen (1953)
  • Little Boy Boo (1954)
  • Feather Dusted (1955)
  • All Fowled Up (1955)
  • Weasel Stop (1956)
  • The High and the Flighty (1956)
  • Raw! Raw! Rooster!(1956)
  • Fox Terror (1957)
  • Feather Bluster (1958)
  • Weasel While You Work (1958)
  • A Broken Leghorn (1959)
  • Crockett-Doodle-Do (1960)
  • The Dixie Flyer (1960)
  • Strangled Eggs (1961)
  • The Slick Chick (1961)
  • Mother was a Rooster (1962)
  • Banty Raids (1963)
Source: One Foggy Site,

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