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Pepsi "Looney Tunes" Series (1973)
Pepsi "Looney Tunes Interaction" Series (1976)
Pepsi "Looney Tunes Interaction" Series (1979)
Pepsi "Looney Tunes Star & Banner" Series (1980)



Pepsi "Looney Tunes" Series (1973)

This series of Looney Tunes glasses featured one character per glass, with the same painted illustration on both sides.  There were 18 glasses in the set.  Two versions exist of each glass in this series.  If there is black lettering below the illustration, the glass has a thin bottom; if there is white lettering below the illustration, the glass has a thick bottom (referred to as the Brockway version).

Character glasses include:  Beaky Buzzard, Bugs Bunny, Cool Cat, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Foghorn Leghorn, Henery Hawk, Pepe Le Pew, Petunia Pig, Porky Pig, Road Runner, Slow Poke Rodriguez, Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester, Tasmanian Devil, Tweety, Wile E. Coyote, Yosemite Sam.

Pepsi "Looney Tunes Interaction" Series (1976)

This series of Looney Tunes glasses was a lot more interesting than the previous, and featured two or more characters per glass in some comical situation.  The illustration was wrap-around.  There were 24 glasses in the set.

Glasses include:
Bugs Bunny & Marvin the Martian (ray gun)
Bugs Bunny & Yosemite Sam (cannon)
Cool Cat & Beaky Buzzard (kite)
Cool Cat & Colonel Rimfire (lever)
Daffy Duck & Bugs Bunny & Elmer Fudd (hunting sign)
Daffy Duck & Pepe Le Pew (water hose)
Daffy Duck & Porky Pig (cooking pot)
Daffy Duck & Tasmanian Devil (cookout)
Elmer Fudd & Bugs Bunny (carrots in the shotgun)
Elmer Fudd & Daffy Duck (marching band)
Foghorn Leghorn & Henery Hawk (tennis)
Foghorn Leghorn & Marc Anthony (doghouse)
Granny & Sylvester & Tweety (birdbath)
Hippety Hopper & Sylvester (boxing)
Pepe Le Pew & Penelope Cat (perfume)
Petunia Pig & Porky Pig (mower)
Porky Pig & Tasmanian Devil (fishing)
Ralph the Sheepdog & Sam the Wolf (stealing sheep)
Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote (catapult)
Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote (sailplane)
Slowpoke Rodriguez & Speedy Gonzales & Sylvester (mallet)
Speedy Gonzales & Yosemite Sam (panning for gold)
Sylvester & Tweety (sawing limb)
Sylvester & Tweety & Marc Anthony (net)

The rarest glasses to find from this series are Bugs Bunny & Marvin the Martin, Hippety Hopper & Sylvester, and Slowpoke Rodriguez & Speedy Gonzales & Sylvester (in that order).  Pepe Le Pew & Penelope Cat is close to being "extremely rare".  Some of the glasses from this set are fairly common, while others are quite difficult to find, even on the Internet.

Elmer Fudd & Bugs Bunny (carrots in the shotgun)
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Pepsi "Looney Tunes Interaction" Series (1979)

This series pretty much continued the trend from the previous series.  There were 6 glasses in the set.  This is a sharp downsize from the previous series that contained 24 glasses.  Truth be told, how much could they do with this series that hadn't already been done in the previous series?  Since the previous two series of Pepsi glasses showed more obscure Looney Tunes characters like Cool Cat and Slowpoke Rodriguez (to name a few), I'm a bit surprised they didn't continue that idea with unused, but memorable characters like Goofy Gophers and Sniffles the Mouse.

Glasses include:
Bugs Bunny & Elmer Fudd & Daffy Duck (suitcases)
Daffy Duck & Yosemite Sam & Bugs Bunny (movie director)
Porky Pig & Daffy Duck & Bugs Bunny (band leader)
Road Runner & Bugs Bunny & Wile E. Coyote (rocket)
Sylvester & Tweety & Granny (water ski)
Tweety & Sylvester & Sylvester, Jr. & Granny (broom)

Pepsi "Looney Tunes Star & Banner" Series (1980)

An interesting series of glasses with a star and banner design at the top of each glass.  Each glass features one character.  This was a well-done series with well-made glasses, but a bit boring compared to the previous two "interaction" series.

Glasses include: Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Road Runner, Sylvester.