Looney Tunes 11 Seasons 2007

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Season 2
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7. Book Revue / Robin Hood Daffy TV-NR CC

Books in a bookshop come to life and have a jam session. Directed by: Robert Clampett / A Merrie Melodies' version of Robin Hood. Daffy attempts to convince Porky, as Friar Tuck, that he really is Robin Hood. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

Runtime:
14 minutes
Original air date:
January 1, 2007

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Kids & Family
Season year 2007
Network Warner Bros.
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amber W on March 7, 2014
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One of my favorite original cartoons of all time! Such a great story and wonderful characters. Kids today really need to stop watching all these terrible new cartoons and watch cartoons before 2000, or even before 1990
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I was so excited to find a Looney Tunes collection on Prime! We've put away our DVD player when we started streaming TV from the Internet, so with that went all our cartoon DVDs. These don't have quite as many episodes for some of the characters as I would like, but I've found that each collection does contain some of the best and most of my favorites and even some I've never seen or hadn't seen in a very long time. Well worth the money!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By 63x927is58401 on January 8, 2012
1: You Ought To Be In Pictures is a classic of Daffy Duck tricking Porky Pig, (temporarily) into leaving Warner Brothers' cartoons and try a theatrical acting career. There is quite a bit of animation and real life scenery & animation put together, in this classic. Warner Brothers animation producer of the time, Leon Schlesinger, portrayed himself, while cartoon writer Michael Maltese, acting as a guard at the studio entrance and chases Porky Pig quite a bit. Gerry Chiniquy was the human being that said "Quiet!", as filming was about to start and Porky Pig's sneeze angered him throwing Porky Pig out of the studio. After Porky's numerous failures in the theatre, Porky decided to return to Warner Brothers asking Leon Sc,hlesinger of his contract. Leon Schlesinger knew that Porky would return to the animation studio, did not tear up Porky's contract. Then as soon as Porky knows that his career is still okay, Porky calls Daffy into another room and beats Daffy Duck up temporarily, as revenge for tricking him to leave as Daffy Duck was hoping to become the top Warner Brothers' cartoon star and replace Porky Pig.
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By bookandcdfreek on August 14, 2013
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There's no doubt about it. Daffy is a loon of the highest order. His bad temper, ego, and slight case of stupidity work against him. But only if Bugs is involved.
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By lgr8877 on July 14, 2013
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This is how cartoons should be. Funny, entertaining, and classic. Nothing better than having my children watch the cartoons that I watched when growing up.
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By Jacob E. Petersen on August 17, 2014
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Daffy Duck back at it again. Plenty of classic Daffy ego, lunacy, and even some Duck Dodgers. If you are fan of the classics, this will bring you back!
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By Jeff on April 16, 2013
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Classic Daffy Duck.

Really crazy character and great foil for Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny.

Classic comedy that never grows old.
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Always funny! The Looney Toons movies never go out of style. They will last for generations to come. That's "old-fashioned" animation.
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