The Looney Tunes Platinum Collection

The Looney Tunes Platinum Collection

Volume One

DVD - 2012
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You saw them at the movie. You saw them on TV. You saw them instead of studying for your finals. Now you can watch the world class Looneyness as never before in this collection featuring 50 theatrical shorts dazzlingly remastered and presented with a stunning audio and visual experience. The fun begins with Bugs Bunny; Daffy Duck; and Porky Pig, plus Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote, Pepe Le Pew; Foghorn Leghorn; and more.
Publisher: [United States] : Warner Home Video, [2012]
ISBN: 9780780696433
0780696433
Branch Call Number: DVD LOONEY
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (357 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Warner Home Video (Firm)

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RolandDekker
Oct 26, 2019

Without a doubt - I'm a really big, big fan of vintage Warner Bros.' "Looney Tunes" from the glorious golden age of pre-CGI animation.

This superb cartoon collection not only contains some real gems of priceless, over-the-top animated madness - But, it also includes most of my very favorite "Looney" characters of all, such as - Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig, Sylvester, Yosemite Sam, and Tweety Pie (to name but a few), all voiced by Mel Blanc.

For your viewing enjoyment - There are 50 cartoons in all in this compilation (plus bonus extras, too!).

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ManMachine
Jan 29, 2016

Looney Tunes Platinum Collection (Volume 1) is a laugh-a-minute, 2-disc set featuring over 6 hours of over-the top cartoon violence and lunacy from the animation genius at Warner Bros. Studios.

This happy-go-lucky cartoon-fest offers the viewer 50 (Technicolour & b&w) animated shorts from the 1930's, 40's and 50's. Presenting such loud and vividly outrageous characters as the Tasmanian Devil, Witch Hazel and Foghorn Leghorn, Volume 1 is sure to delight and entertain any fan of classic cartoons from yesteryear.

One of my very favourite shorts in this zany compilation is 1942's "A Tale Of Two Kitties" where real-life comedy duo Abbott and Costello are hilariously parodied as 2 cats named Babbit and Catstello.

This cartoon is also notable for introducing the viewer to Tweety Bird who appears here in his screen debut. He's presented completely naked (sans feathers) and displaying quite a vicious streak under all of that cuteness. (Watch video)

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pronto1961
Aug 23, 2012

this collection has my 3 of my favorite wb toons on it: the great piggy bank robbery, duck amuck and the rabbit of seville. it also features one froggy evening and what's opera doc? 50 count 'em 50 cartoons, remastered, uncut and uncensored.

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