In his three-hour interview, Chuck Jones (1912-2002) fondly recalls creating notable Looney Tunes characters, including "Bugs Bunny," "Daffy Duck," "Pepe Le Pew," "Wile E. Coyote," and "Road-Runner." He speaks about attending art school, outlines the early days of Hollywood's animation industry in the 1930s, and recounts joining the Leon Schlesinger studio in 1933. He discusses Schlesinger's sale of the studio to Warner Bros., comments on his brief tenure at Walt Disney's studio, and speaks of creating training films with Dr. Seuss during World War II. Jones describes the basics of the animation process, the importance of story, and the challenges of directing a cartoon, and speaks in depth about directing the successful 1967 television special, How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Tom Sito conducted the interview on June 17, 1998 in Orange County, CA.