OK, let's just do this one. Here is a 10-second excerpt from an almost-7-minute-long supercut of stills from every WB Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoon ever made, from 1930-1969, all set to various covers of "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" theme song. I picked these particular 10 seconds beacuse right in the middle of them there is Napoleon with his battle map from the 1956 short "Napoleon Bunny-part" (which I posted already here):
I love watching how the style and quality of the animation changes over time... although there at the end it's kinda obvious that the artistry took a very serious turn for the worse as the crapfest that was the Hanna Barbara era of animation took over the marketplace.
Here's the original: