Mickey And Minnie Mouse
Minnie looks like her halflife crisis hit her hard and she had some work done, while Mickey looks eerily like Marlon Brando’s Godfather. I guess that does fit the image of a somewhat aged (87 is still young, right?) “first family” of Disney.
Daffy looks like an old guy aged 78 that still wants to go traveling through Africa to finally discover an animal he read stories of when he was a young boy.
Goofy as a homeless 83-year-old hits me right in the childhood. He always made me happy, so he’d have all the food he wants.
Daisy still tries to look her best with the make-up, but turning 75 is bound to leave some marks, isn’t it?
Tom And Jerry
Poor Tom and Jerry, looking like they’ve seen some stuff. At least they seem to be getting along now. I guess the ripe age of 75 tends to let old grudges die.
He looks like one of those sneaky 80-year-olds, doesn’t he?
Donald ending up as a typical grumpy grandpa was meant to be, really. Everything about his 81-year-old look just screams “get off my lawn!”
Buggs & Lola Bunny
Buggs being dressed like the late Steve Jobs is probably pretty adequate for the smartest guy of all the Looney Tunes. They may be 77, but they’re still happy together!
Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote
Poor Road Runner, being stuck in a wheelchair after outrunning Wile E. for 66 years.
Tweety & Sylvester
Nobody likes it when someone you love turns into an alcoholic, even if they reach the ripe age of 73. Hopefully Tweety can help Sylvester get sober again.