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|Mary Melody is a cartoon character from the Warner Bros. animated television series, Tiny Toon Adventures. She appears occasionally on the show. Mary is voiced by Cree Summer, who also voices Elmyra Duff (although in her debut episode, Furrball Follies, she is voiced by Cindy McGee).|
Mary is a female human teenager, who wears a pink bow in her long, dark hair. She is seen throughout the series in several different outfits. Mary is one of the few characters on "Tiny Toons" who does not have a clear analogue to a character in the Looney Tunes cast. Her name is a parody of Merrie Melodies. Mary attends Acme Looniversity and lives in Acme Acres. Aside from Montana Max and Elmyra Duff, Mary is the only human student of Acme Looniversity on the show with a name and recurring appearances.
In the Furrball Follies episode segment, Cross-Country Kitty, Furrball escapes from his cardboard box and ends up living with Mary. Eventually, Furrball leaves Mary and returns to his cardboard box, which (although he claims it is his Home Sweet Home) falls apart in the rain. In the episode, Prom-Ise Her Anything, Mary is depicted as being a reporter on Acme Looniversity's campus news show, Acme Looniversity TV, in which she speaks of "prom fever" and how the other toons are preparing for it. She also attends the prom with a male student. However, no episode of "Tiny Toons" ever focused specifically on Mary. In turn, Mary's character would crack jokes about her small role. In the Weirdest Story Ever Told episode segment, Robin Hare, for example, Mary appears as one of the Merry Men. She quips, "Another cameo, another paycheck," and then does not speak again for the remainder of the episode and is only seen in a few more scenes.
Mary Melody has a sweet disposition and sometimes hangs out with Babs, Shirley and Fifi. She has also cared for Furrball and Sweetie in the Furrball Follies episode segment, Cross-Country Kitty, where she takes Furrball across the United States to get his mind off of Sweetie (which doesn't work as Furrball finds one way or another to quickly travel back and forth between states at a chance to eat Sweetie). Even so, she does have an occasional laugh at another's misfortune, such as Montana Max having to go on a date with Elmyra in the Love Disconnection double-length episode segment, My Dinner With Elmyra.
- Episode 5: The Buster Bunny Bunch -- Prologue before the episode segment: Buffed Bunny (Cameo), Prologue before the episode segment: Squish (Cameo), Prologue before the episode segment: Born to be Riled (Cameo), Epilogue after the segment: Born to be Riled (Cameo)
- Episode 13: Furrball Follies -- Episode segment: Cross-Country Kitty (Main role)
- Episode 17: Prom-ise Her Anything -- (Supporting role)
- Episode 42: Looniversity Daze -- Episode segment: The Learning Principal (Cameo)
- Episode 46: Ask Mr. Popular -- Episode segment: Dapper Diz (Minor role)
- Episode 54: Weirdest Story Ever Told -- Episode segment: Robin Hare (Minor role)
- Episode 55: Viewer Mail Day -- Episode segment: Out of Odor (Minor role)
- Episode 66: Pledge Week -- Prologue before the episode segment: It's All Relatives (Cameo), Episode segment: Lifeguards Lunacy (Minor role)
- Episode 67: Going Places -- Prologue before the episode segment: When You're Hot (Cameo: Face not shown)
- Episode 68: Elephant Issues -- Episode segment: Why Dizzy Can't Read (Minor role), Episode segment: C.L.I.D.E. and Prejudice (Minor role)
- Episode 69: Hog-Wild Hamton -- (Minor role)
- Episode 70: Playtime Toons -- Episode segment: Strung Along Kitty (Minor role)
- Episode 73: Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian -- (Cameo)
- Episode 75: Love Disconnection -- Prologue before the episode segment: My Dinner Date With Elmyra (Cameo), Episode segment: My Dinner Date with Elmyra (Cameo)
- Episode 83: Flea for Your Life -- (Cameo)
- Episode 90: Toon TV -- Music video segment: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy / Russian Dance (Video Game Blues) (Cameo: Top of her head shown), Music video segment: The Name Game (Supporting role)
- Episode 92: Music Day -- Episode segment: The Horn Blows At Lunchtime (Cameo)
- How I Spent My Vacation -- (Minor role)
- Spring Break Special -- (Minor role)
Appearances outside of Tiny Toon Adventures
- Animaniacs: Episode 14: Cat on a Hot Steel Beam (cameo)
- Main article: Mary Melody/Gallery