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1,295 of 1,312 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Material Throughout, But Where's the Rest?
The six volumes of WB cartoons in these set contain a total of 24 discs. After buying each volume, one at a time, I thought that I finally had a comprehensive collection of all the best WB cartoons ever made. Unfortunately, I was mistaken. Sorry to be a "glass half empty" guy, but a large number of memorable Looney Tunes classics were somehow left out!

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Published on May 20, 2010 by Eric Perlin

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3.0 out of 5 stars Warner, show us the whole picture!
I'm not talking about the letterboxing used on the first two releases of "Looney Tunes Superstars". I have a complaint about this "Golden Collection vol 1-6. Even these 4:3 cartoons are too much cropped. They always miss left and right letters, Bug's ears' tips and feet, characters appears only half on each side of the screen, and sometimes visual gags are lost or...
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1,295 of 1,312 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Material Throughout, But Where's the Rest?, May 20, 2010
The six volumes of WB cartoons in these set contain a total of 24 discs. After buying each volume, one at a time, I thought that I finally had a comprehensive collection of all the best WB cartoons ever made. Unfortunately, I was mistaken. Sorry to be a "glass half empty" guy, but a large number of memorable Looney Tunes classics were somehow left out!

There is easily enough good material to fill another 4-disc volume! I wish Warner Brothers went up to seven volumes instead of stopping at six. Seven volumes (of about 60 cartoons each) would have been the ideal number in order to include all the best.

The cartoons on this set all have superb picture quality, especially considering how old some of them are. (Compare some of the cartoons in this set with the same WB cartoons in cheap public domain collections and you'll see what I mean!)

In recent years WB cartoons have often been tampered with for TV broadcasts, for both "political correctness" (chopping out gags containing ethnic stereotypes) and "violence" (chopping out slapstick gags that involve explosions, gunshots, etc.) Every single cartoon in this collection is unedited and uncensored!

Also, I'm pleased to report that the cartoons that were originally made in black and white are presented on these discs in black and white; absolutely no colorized versions are included.

With so much going for this collection, I hate to nitpick, but if it were up to me I would have arranged some of these in a different order. There is a series of three closely related Bugs Bunny & Daffy Duck cartoons made in the early 1950's generally known as the "hunting trilogy", that involve Bugs and Daffy trying to outwit each other against Elmer Fudd. (These are "Rabbit Fire", "Rabbit Seasoning" and "Duck Rabbit Duck".) All three are included, but they're scattered across three separate discs. If it were up to me, I would have all three of these cartoons in consecutive order on the same disc, where each installment can flow neatly into the next.

Anyhow, for the benefit of those of you who have already bought this set and would like to be able to locate specific titles easily, I took the time to list the contents of all six volumes in alphabetical order. This list includes most of the bonus features as well as the main cartoons. Here goes:

Abominable Snow Rabbit......Volume 5, disc 1
Acrobatty Bunny......Volume 3, disc 1
Adventures of the Road Runner, The......Volume 2, Disc 2
A-Haunting We Will Go......Volume 4, disc 3
Ain't She Tweet......Volume 2, disc 3
Ali Baba Bunny......Volume 5, disc 1
All A-Bir-r-r-d......Volume 2, disc 3
Alpine Antics......Volume 5, disc 4
Aristo-Cat, The......Volume 4, disc 4
Awful Orphan......Volume 1, disc 3
Baby Bottleneck......Volume 2, disc 3
Baby Buggy Bunny......Volume 2, disc 1
Bacall to Arms......Volume 5, disc 3
Back Alley Oproar......Volume 2, disc 4
Bad Ol' Putty Tat......Volume 2, disc 2
Ballot Box Bunny......Volume 1, disc 1
Barbary Coast Bunny......Volume 4, disc 1
Bartholomew Versus the Wheel......Volume 6, disc 4
Baseball Bugs......Volume 1, disc 1
Bashful Buzzard, The......Volume 5, disc 3
Baton Bunny......Volume 1, disc 3
Bear Feet......Volume 6, disc 1
Bear For Punishment, A......Volume 2, disc 2
Bear's Tale, The......Volume 5, disc 2
Bear That Wasn't, The......Volume 3, disc 3
Beep Beep......Volume 2, disc 2
Bewitched Bunny......Volume 5, disc 2
Big House Bunny......Volume 1, disc 1
Big Snooze, The......Volume 2, disc 1
Big Top Bunny......Volume 1, disc 1
Bird in a Guilty Cage......Volume 2, disc 3
Birds Anonymous......Volume 3, disc 4
Birth of a Notion......Volume 6, disc 1
Blooper Bunny......Volume 1, disc 1
Boobs in the Woods......Volume 1, disc 2
Booby Hatched......Volume 4, disc 2
Book Revue......Volume 2, disc 4
Booze Hangs High, The......Volume 6, disc 3
Bosko in Person......Volume 6, disc 3
Bosko's Picture Show......Volume 6, disc 3
Bosko the Doughboy......Volume 6, disc 2
Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid......Volume 1, disc 4
Bowery Bugs......Volume 3, disc 1
Boyhood Daze......Volume 6, disc 1
Broken Leghorn, A......Volume 1, disc 4
Broomstick Bunny......Volume 2, disc 1
Buccaneer Bunny......Volume 5, disc 1
Buckaroo Bugs......Volume 5, disc 3
Buddy's Beer Garden......Volume 6, disc 3
Buddy's Circus......Volume 6, disc 3
Buddy's Day Out......Volume 6, disc 3
Bugs and Daffy's Carnival of the Animals......Volume 5, disc 4
Bugs and Thugs......Volume 1, disc 4
Bugs Bonnets......Volume 5, disc 1
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears......Volume 1, disc 3
Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid......Volume 1, disc 3
Bugs Bunny in King Arthur's Court......Volume 6, disc 1
Bugs Bunny Rides Again......Volume 2, disc 1
Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over......Volume 5, disc 4
Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales......Volume 5, disc 4
Bugs Bunny: Superstar......Volume 4, discs 1 - 2
Bully For Bugs......Volume 1, disc 1
Bunker Hill Bunny......Volume 1, disc 4
Bunny Hugged......Volume 2, disc 1
Bye-Bye, Bluebeard......Volume 3, disc 3
By Word of Mouse......Volume 6, disc 2
Camera Three: The Boys From Termite Terrace......Volume 1, discs 1-2
Canned Feud......Volume 1, disc 4
Canary Row......Volume 1, disc 4
Cannery Woe......Volume 4, disc 3
Captain's Christmas, The (MGM)......Volume 6, disc 2
Cartoonist's Nightmare, A......Volume 6, disc 3
Case of the Missing Hare, The......Volume 3, disc 1
Case of the Stuttering Pig, The......Volume 4, disc 2
Cat Feud......Volume 4, disc 4
Cat Tails For Two......Volume 4, disc 3
Censored......Volume 4, disc 2
Cheese Chasers......Volume 2, disc 2
Chili Weather......Volume 4, disc 3
Chow Hound ("Remember the gravy!") ......Volume 6, disc 4
Chuck Amuck......Volume 3, disc 1
Chuck Jones' Wabbit Season Trilogy (documentary)......Volume 3, disc 1
Claws For Alarm......Volume 3, disc 3
Coming!! Snafu......Volume 5, disc 3
Confusions of a Nutzy Spy......Volume 6, disc 2
Congo Jazz......Volume 6, disc 3
Conrad the Sailor......Volume 4, disc 4
Coocoo Nut Grove, The......Volume 3, disc 2
Corny Concerto......Volume 2, disc 4
Cracked Ice......Volume 4, disc 2
Crazy Cruise......Volume 5, disc 3
Crowing Pains......Volume 6, disc 1
Daffy Doc, The......Volume 5, disc 3
Daffy Duck and Egghead......Volume 3, disc 4
Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur......Volume 3, disc 4
Daffy Duck For President......Volume 2, disc 3
Daffy Duck Hunt......Volume 1, disc 4
Daffy Duck in Hollywood......Volume 3, disc 2
Daffy Duck's Easter Egg-Citement......Volume 6, disc 1
Daffy Duck Slept Here......Volume 3, disc 3
Daffy the Commando......Volume 6, disc 2
Day at the Beach, A (MGM)......Volume 6, disc 2
Deduce, You Say......Volume 1, Disc 2
Devil May Hare......Volume 1, disc 4
Dish Ran Away with the Spoon, The......Volume 6, disc 3
Dog Gone South......Volume 6, disc 1
Don't Give Up the Sheep......Volume 1, disc 3
Dough for the Dodo......Volume 1, disc 2
Dough Ray Me-Ow......Volume 4, disc 4
Dover Boys, The......Volume 2, disc 2
Draft Horse, The......Volume 6, disc 2
Draftee Daffy......Volume 3, disc 4
Drafty, Isn't It? ......Volume 4, disc 3
Drip-Along Daffy......Volume 1, disc 2
Duck Amuck......Volume 1, disc 2
Duck Dodgers in the 24th˝ Century......Volume 1, disc 2
Duck! Rabbit! Duck! ......Volume 3, disc 1
Duck Soup to Nuts......Volume 2, disc 3
Ducksters, The......Volume 1, disc 2
Duck-Tators, The......Volume 6, disc 2
Early to Bet......Volume 1, disc 4
Easter Yeggs......Volume 3, disc 1
Eatin' on the Cuff......Volume 5, disc 4
Egg Scramble, An......Volume 3, disc 3
Eight Ball Bunny......Volume 4, disc 1
Elmer's Candid Camera......Volume 1, disc 3
Falling Hare......Volume 3, disc 4
Farm Frolics......Volume 5, disc 3
Fast and Furry-ous......Volume 1, disc 3
Feed the Kitty......Volume 1, disc 3
Fifth Column Mouse......Volume 6, disc 2
Fifty Years of Bugs Bunny in 3˝ Minutes......Volume 4, disc 1
Fighting 69˝th, The......Volume 6, disc 2
Film Fan, The......Volume 3, disc 2
Foghorn Leghorn, The......Volume 1, disc 4
Foney Fables......Volume 5, disc 2
For Scent-imental Reasons......Volume 1, disc 3
Forward March Hare......Volume 4, disc 1
Fourteen Carrot Rabbit......Volume 5, disc 1
Freeze Frame**......Volume 5, disc 4
French Rarebit......Volume 2, disc 1
Fresh Airedale......Volume 6, disc 4
Frigid Hare......Volume 1, disc 3
From A to Z-Z-Z-Z*......Volume 2, Disc 2
Gander at Mother Goose, A......Volume 5, disc 2
Gee Whiz-z-z......Volume 2, disc 2
Gift Wrapped......Volume 2, disc 3
Go Fly a Kit......Volume 4, disc 4
Going! Going! Gosh! ......Volume 2, disc 2
Good Egg, The......Volume 5, disc 3
Gold Diggers of '49......Volume 5, disc 4
Goldbrick, The......Volume 4, disc 2
Golden Yeggs......Volume 1, disc 2
Goldimouse and the Three Cats......Volume 5, disc 2
Gonzales Tomales......Volume 3, disc 4
Goofy Groceries......Volume 3, disc 2
Goo Goo Goliath......Volume 6, disc 4
Gorilla My Dreams......Volume 2, disc 1
Gray-Hounded Hare, The......Volume 4, disc 1
Great Piggy Bank Robbery, The......Volume 2, disc 3
Gripes......Volume 5, disc 3
Gruesome Twosome, A......Volume 3, disc 4
Guided Muscle......Volume 2, disc 2
Hair-Raising Hare......Volume 1, disc 1
Ham in a Role, A......Volume 6, disc 1
Hare-Brained Hypnotist, The......Volume 2, disc 1
Hare Conditioned......Volume 2, disc 1
Haredevil Hare......Volume 1, disc 3
Hare Do......Volume 3, disc 1
Hare Force......Volume 3, disc 1
Hare Grows in Manhattan, A......Volume 3, disc 1
Hare Remover......Volume 3, disc 1
Hare Ribbin'......Volume 5, disc 3
Hare Ribbin' (Director's Cut)......Volume 5, disc 3
Hare Tonic......Volume 3, disc 1
Hare Trigger......Volume 6, disc 1
Have You Got Any Castles? ......Volume 2, disc 4
Heaven Scent......Volume 6, disc 1
Heckling Hare, The......Volume 2, disc 1
Heir Conditioned......Volume 6, disc 2
Hep Cat, The......Volume 2, disc 4
Here Today, Gone Tamale......Volume 4, disc 3
Herr Meets Hare......Volume 6, disc 2
High Diving Hare......Volume 1, disc 1
Hillbilly Hare......Volume 3, disc 1
Hippety Hopper......Volume 6, disc 1
Holiday for Shoestrings......Volume 5, disc 2
Hole Idea, The......Volume 6, disc 4
Hollywood Capers......Volume 3, disc 2
Hollywood Canine Canteen......Volume 6, disc 2
Hollywood Daffy......Volume 5, disc 1
Hollywood Steps Out......Volume 2, disc 4
Home Front, The......Volume 4, disc 2
Homeless Hare......Volume 3, disc 1
Honey-Mousers, The......Volume 3, disc 2
Hook, Line and Stinker......Volume 6, disc 1
Hop and Go......Volume 6, disc 2
Horton Hatches the Egg......Volume 6, disc 4
How Do I Know It's Sunday......Volume 6, disc 3
Hurdy-Gurdy Hare......Volume 4, disc 1
Hyde and Hare......Volume 2, disc 1
Hypocondri-Cat, The......Volume 1, disc 3
I Got Plenty of Mutton......Volume 4, disc 2
I Haven't Got a Hat......Volume 3, disc 3
I Like Mountain Music......Volume 6, disc 3
I Love a Parade......Volume 6, disc 3
I Love To Singa......Volume 2, disc 4
Irreverent Imagination: The Golden Age of Looney Tunes......Volume 1, disc 4
I Taw a Putty Tat****......Volume 4, disc 1
Itch in Time, An......Volume 3, disc 4
It's Got Me Again......Volume 3, disc 2
It's Hummer Time......Volume 6, disc 4
I've Got to Sing a Torch Song......Volume 5, disc 4
Jumpin' Jupiter......Volume 6, disc 1
Katnip Kollege......Volume 2, disc 4
Kiddin' the Kitten......Volume 4, disc 4
Kiss Me Cat......Volume 4, disc 4
Kit For Kat......Volume 1, disc 4
Kitty Kornered......Volume 2, disc 3
Knight-Mare Hare......Volume 4, disc 1
Knighty Knight Bugs......Volume 4, disc 1
Last Hungry Cat, The......Volume 3, disc 2
Lights Fantastic......Volume 6, disc 4
Little Beau Porky......Volume 4, disc 2
Little Pancho Vanilla......Volume 4, disc 2
Little Red Riding Rabbit......Volume 2, disc 1
Little Red Rodent Hood......Volume 5, disc 2
Little Red Walking Hood......Volume 5, disc 2
Long-Haired Hare......Volume 1, disc 1
Lumber Jerks......Volume 1, disc 4
Mama's New Hat (MGM)......Volume 6, disc 2
Martian Through Georgia......Volume 6, disc 4
Meet John Doughboy......Volume 6, disc 2
Message to Gracias......Volume 4, disc 3
Mexicali Shmoes......Volume 4, disc 3
Mexican Boarders......Volume 4, disc 3
Milk and Money......Volume 5, disc 4
Mississippi Hare......Volume 4, disc 1
Mouse and Garden......Volume 4, disc 4
Mouse That Jack Built......Volume 3, disc 2
Mouse Wreckers......Volume 2, disc 2
Much Ado About Nutting......Volume 6, disc 4
My Bunny Lies Over the Sea......Volume 1, disc 1
My Favorite Duck......Volume 6, disc 1
My Little Duckaroo......Volume 6, disc 1
Night Watchman, The......Volume 4, disc 4
Ninety Day Wondering......Volume 4, disc 3
No Barking......Volume 3, disc 4
Norman Normal......Volume 6, disc 4
Now Hear This......Volume 6, disc 4
Now That Summer is Gone......Volume 4, disc 2
Nuts and Volts......Volume 4, disc 3
Odor-Able Kitty......Volume 3, disc 4
Often an Orphan......Volume 6, disc 1
Oily American, The......Volume 6, disc 4
Oily Hare......Volume 5, disc 1
Old Glory......Volume 2, disc 3
Old Gray Hare, The......Volume 5, disc 3
Once Upon a Looney Tune......Volume 5, disc 2
One Froggy Evening......Volume 2, disc 4
One More Time......Volume 6, disc 3
Operation: Rabbit......Volume 4, disc 1
Orange Blossoms For Violet......Volume 2, disc 4
Page Miss Glory......Volume 6, disc 4
Pancho's Hideaway......Volume 4, disc 3
Patient Porky......Volume 5, disc 3
Paying the Piper......Volume 5, disc 2
Peck O' Trouble, A......Volume 4, disc 4
Pest in the House......Volume 5, disc 1
Philbert......Volume 3, disc 4
Pied Piper of Guadalupe......Volume 4, disc 3
Pigs in a Polka......Volume 3, disc 3
Pigs is Pigs......Volume 3, disc 3
Pilgrim Porky......Volume 5, disc 4
Pizzicato Pussycat......Volume 4, disc 4
Plane Daffy......Volume 4, disc 2
Point Rationing of Foods......Volume 3, disc 3
Polar Pals......Volume 5, disc 4
Porky and Teabiscuit......Volume 3, disc 3
Porky at the Crocadero......Volume 5, disc 4
Porky Chops......Volume 1, disc 2
Porky in Egypt......Volume 3, disc 3
Porky in the North Woods......Volume 4, disc 2
Porky in Wackyland......Volume 2, disc 3
Porky Pig's Feat......Volume 3, disc 3
Porky's Double Trouble......Volume 5, disc 4
Porky's Party......Volume 3, disc 3
Porky's Pooch......Volume 5, disc 3
Porky's Poor Fish......Volume 4, disc 4
Porky's Poppa......Volume 5, disc 4
Porky's Poultry Plant......Volume 4, disc 2
Porky's Preview......Volume 5, disc 4
Porky's Railroad......Volume 4, disc 2
Porky's Road Race......Volume 3, disc 2
Porky's Romance......Volume 3, disc 3
Porky the Fireman......Volume 4, disc 2
Poultry Pirates (MGM)......Volume 6, disc 2
Powerhouse in Pictures......Volume 4, disc 1
Prehistoric Porky......Volume 5, disc 3
Punch Trunk......Volume 6, disc 4
Puss 'N' Booty......Volume 4, disc 2
Putty Tat Trouble......Volume 1, disc 4
Rabbit Hood......Volume 4, disc 1
Rabbit of Seville......Volume 1, disc 1
Rabbit Fire......Volume 1, disc 2
Rabbit Punch......Volume 3, disc 4
Rabbit Rampage......Volume 6, disc 1
Rabbit Romeo......Volume 4, disc 1
Rabbit Transit......Volume 2, disc 1
Rabbit Seasoning......Volume 1, disc 1
Rabbit's Kin......Volume 1, disc 1
Raw! Raw! Rooster! ......Volume 6, disc 1
Rebel Rabbit......Volume 3, disc 1
Rhapsody Rabbit......Volume 2, disc 4
Ready, Set, Zoom......Volume 2, disc 2
Red Riding Hoodwinked......Volume 5, disc 2
Return of Mr. Hook, The......Volume 5, disc 3
Ride Him, Bosko! ......Volume 6, disc 3
Robin Hood Daffy......Volume 3, disc 3
Rocket-Bye Baby......Volume 6, disc 4
Rocket Squad......Volume 3, disc 3
Roman Legion-Hare......Volume 4, disc 1
Rookie Revue......Volume 6, disc 2
Room and Bird......Volume 2, disc 3
Rumors......Volume 3, disc 4
Russian Rhapsody......Volume 6, disc 2
Sahara Hare......Volume 4, disc 1
Satan's Waitin'......Volume 6, disc 1
Scaredy Cat......Volume 1, disc 2
Scarlet Pumpernickel, The......Volume 1, disc 2
Scrambled Aches......Volume 2, disc 2
Scrap Happy Daffy......Volume 5, disc 4
Seal Skinners (MGM)......Volume 6, disc 2
Seniorella and the Glass Huarache......Volume 5, disc 2
She Was an Acrobat's Daughter......Volume 3, disc 2
Show Biz Bugs......Volume 2, disc 4
Shuffle Off to Buffalo......Volume 6, disc 3
Sinking in the Bathtub......Volume 3, disc 2
Sittin' on a Backyard Fence......Volume 6, disc 3
Sleepy Time Possum......Volume 6, disc 4
Slick Hare......Volume 2, disc 1
Smile, Darn Ya, Smile! ......Volume 6, disc 3
Snafuperman......Volume 3, disc 4
Sniffles Takes a Trip......Volume 6, disc 1
Snow Business......Volume 2, disc 3
So Much For So Little......Volume 2, disc 4
Soup Or Sonic***......Volume 5, disc 4
Sour Puss, The......Volume 4, disc 4
Southern Fried Rabbit......Volume 4, disc 1
Speaking of the Weather......Volume 3, disc 2
Speedy Gonzales......Volume 1, disc 4
Spies......Volume 3, disc 4
Stage Door Cartoon......Volume 2, disc 4
Star is Bored, A............Volume 5, disc 1
Steal Wool......Volume 3, disc 4
Stop! Look! And Hasten! ......Volume 2, disc 2
Stupid Cupid, The......Volume 4, disc 2
Stupor Duck......Volume 5, disc 1
Stupor Salesman, The......Volume 5, disc 1
Super Rabbit......Volume 3, disc 4
Super Snooper, The......Volume 5, disc 1
Swallow the Leader......Volume 4, disc 4
Swooner Crooner, The......Volume 3, disc 2
Tale of Two Kitties, A......Volume 5, disc 3
There They Go-Go-Go......Volume 2, disc 2
Three Little Bops......Volume 2, disc 4
Thugs With Dirty Mugs......Volume 3, disc 2
Tobasco Road......Volume 4, disc 3
Toon Heads: The Lost Cartoons......Volume 1, disc 3
To Beep or Not to Beep......Volume 3, disc 4
To Duck or Not to Duck......Volume 6, disc 1
To Hare is Human......Volume 4, disc 1
Tokyo Woes......Volume 5, disc 3
Tom Thumb in Trouble......Volume 5, disc 2
Tortilla Flaps......Volume 4, disc 3
Tortoise Beats Hare......Volume 2, disc 1
Tortoise Wins by a Hare......Volume 1, disc 3
Transylvania 6-5000......Volume 5, disc 1
Trial of Mister Wolf, The......Volume 5, disc 2
Tweet Tweet Tweety......Volume 2, disc 3
Tweety and the Beanstalk......Volume 5, disc 2
Tweety Pie......Volume 2, disc 3
Tweety's S.O.S. ......Volume 1, disc 4
Turn-Tale Wolf, The......Volume 5, disc 2
Unexpected Pest, The......Volume 4, disc 4
Upstanding Sitter, The......Volume 5, disc 1
Wabbit Twouble......Volume 1, disc 1
Wabbit Who Came to Supper, The......Volume 3, disc 1
Wackiki Wabbit......Volume 3, disc 1
Wacky Blackout......Volume 6, disc 2
Wacky Wabbit, The......Volume 5, disc 3
Wagon Heels......Volume 5, disc 3
Walky Talky Hawky......Volume 3, disc 4
Water, Water, Every Hare......Volume 1, disc 1
Weakly Reporter, The......Volume 6, disc 2
Wearing of the Grin......Volume 1, disc 2
We're in the Money......Volume 6, disc 3
West of the Pesos......Volume 4, disc 3
What Price Porky......Volume 5, disc 4
What's Cookin', Doc****......Volume 4, disc 1
What's Opera, Doc?......Volume 2, disc 4
What's Up, Doc?......Volume 1, disc 1
What's Up, Doc? A Salute to Bugs Bunny......Volume 3, discs 2 - 3
Whoa, Be-Gone!......Volume 2, disc 2
Wholly Smoke......Volume 5, disc 4
Wideo Wabbit......Volume 3, disc 2
Wild Chase, The......Volume 4, disc 3
Wild Hare, A****......Volume 4, disc 1
Wild Wife......Volume 6, disc 4
Wild, Wild World......Volume 6, disc 4
William Tell Overture, The......Volume 4, disc 2
Windblown Hare, The......Volume 3, disc 3
Wise Quacking Duck, The......Volume 5, disc 3
Wise Quacks......Volume 5, disc 4
Woods Are Full of Cuckoos, The......Volume 3, disc 2
Yankee Dood It......Volume 6, disc 2
Yankee Doodle Daffy......Volume 1, disc 2
You Don't Know What You're Doin'......Volume 6, disc 3
You Ought To Be in Pictures......Volume 2, disc 4
You're an Education......Volume 4, disc 2
You Were Never Duckier......Volume 5, disc 1
Zipping Along......Volume 2, disc 2
Zoom and Bored......Volume 2, disc 2

*Incorporated into "The Adventures of the Road Runner"
**Incorporated into "Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales"
***Incorporated into "Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over"
****Incorporated into "Bugs Bunny Superstar"

SOME GLARING OMMISSIONS:

(Apes of Wrath, The)
(Bee-Deviled Bruin, The)
(Beep Prepared)
(Birdy and the Beast)
(Blow-Out, The)
(Brother Brat)
(Bugsy and Mugsy)
(Captain Hareblower)
(Cinderella Meets Fella)
(Coal Black and De Sebben Dwarfs)
(Compressed Hare)
(Daffy Doodles)
(Design For Leaving)
(D'Fightin' Ones)
(Dime to Retire)
(Ducking the Devil)
(Duxorcist, The)
(Feather Dusted)
(Feline Frame-Up)
(Fool Coverage)
(Hamateur Night)
(Hardship of Miles Standish, The)
(Hare Lift)
(Hare Trimmed)
(Hare-Um Scare-Um)
(Hare We Go)
(Hare-way to the Stars)
(Hasty Hare, The)
(Henpecked Duck, The)
(Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt)
(High and the Flighty, The)
(High Note)
(Hiss and Make Up)
(Honey's Money)
(Hopalong Casualty)
(House-Hunting Mice)
(Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers)
(I Gopher You)
(Jack Rabbit and the Beanstalk)
(Kiddie's Kitty, A)
(Knights Must Fall)
(Lad and His Lamp, A)
(Lickety Splat)
(Little Boy Boo)
(Meatless Flyday)
(Mexican Joyride)
(Napolean Bunny-Part)
(Nasty Quacks)
(No Parking Hare)
(Of Fox and Hounds)
(Penguin Parade, The)
(Pest That Came To Dinner, The)
(Picador Porky)
(Piker's Peak)
(Porky and Daffy)
(Porky's Duck Hunt)
(Porky's Hare Hunt)
(Porky the Wrestler)
(Prize Pest, The)
(Rabbitson Crusoe)
(Rhapsody in Rivets)
(Riff Raffy Daffy)
(Roughly Squeaking)
(Shell Shocked Egg, The)
(Slightly Daffy)
(Sneezing Weasel, The)
(Squawkin' Hawk, The)
(This is a Life?)
(Tick Tock Tuckered)
(Timid Toreador, The)
(Two Crows From Tacos)
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4.0 out of 5 stars NOT the Looney Tunes Omnibus, December 29, 2011
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This review is from: Looney Tunes Golden Collection 1-6 (DVD)
I love the Looney Toons but have been apprehensive up to this point at the prospect of hunting down individual volumes of the golden collection. Thankfully my patience has been rewarded by this beautiful box set. It's incredible to have 350+ films together in one package. The box art is fun and the presentation of each volume is pleasing. See my pics and you'll see that they didn't skimp on the individual cases to each volume. They could have crammed the discs into smaller cases but they didn't. At $90 this is an incredible value, as each individual volume retailed for $50. The special features are very thoughtful and well researched and truly delve into the back story of the people who made this series as timeless and beloved as it is today. This is an absolute must for those who, like me, have waited for the compilation. If you have collected the individual volumes in the past there isn't anything new for you, however. My one little qualm is that the individual volumes are so tightly packed into the box that it is quite a struggle to get them out.

Update: March 27, 2012

It took me a long time to get through this set and after cataloguing and cross referencing every film heretofore collected, I have sadly come to the realization that this is NOT an omnibus. There are over 1000 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts that were made throughout the golden age. That means that this collection represents roughly ONE THIRD of all WB cartoons from the era. This set provides a little over HALF of the Bugs Bunny cartoons created, and he is the most well represented character here. We only get FIVE Foghorn Leghorn cartoons, and only THREE Pepe Lepews. That means that BOSKO the Talk-Ink Kid (anyone remember him?) is better represented here than Foghornn and Pepe. That is very disappointing. Now i understand there are a number of toons that WB refuses to release because of racial sensitivity, but that number is very small (11 to be exact). I also understand that there are additional DVDs outside this set that collect additional toons from the aforementioned characters. (like the superstar collections) However, the availability of these cartoons is far from comprehensive, with just under half of all toons available on DVD. The 1960s are especially neglected in this set. Only 18 of the nearly 150 toons from that decade are accounted for here. To make matters even more hopeless, WB has started releasing the Blu-Ray Platinum Collection, which feature not only the same toons we got in the Golden Collection, but FEWER FILMS PER VOLUME! That means the chances of us getting a definitive series even less.

I want to stress one more time that the toons featured in this set have been wonderfully restored, and likely represent the best of the bunch. All Oscar winners and National Film Registry entrees are in this bunch as far as i know. However is it too much to ask for to be given the option to choose for ourselves which films we want to pay for?
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163 of 176 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Contains over 350 Looney Tunes!, September 25, 2011
This review is from: Looney Tunes Golden Collection 1-6 (DVD)
Looney Tunes Golden Collection Vol. 1-6 collects all 6 volumes of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection (24 DVDs in total) into one package, at a very low price. I bought all 6 volumes separately years ago, and have been enjoying them immensely.

What you get here is a huge amount of cartoons with Bugs, Daffy, Porky, and Elmer, as well as a decent amount of Tweety and Sylvester, Road Runner, Speedy Gonzales, and Yosemite Sam. Foghorn Leghorn and Pepe Le Pew also appear, although they are underrepresented in this set.

There are also cartoons featuring more obscure characters such as Marvin the Martian, Tasmanian Devil, Hubie and Berty, Marc Antony and Pussyfoot, Chuck Jones' Three Bears, Witch Hazel, Michigan J. Frog, Owl Jolson, Buddy, Bosko, and many others, as well as some characters who were never named. Some of the cartoons here are old black and white cartoons from the early 1930s which I had never seen before.

On top of that, every one of the 24 discs here contains a massive amount of extras, including commentary tracks, documentaries, interviews, etc.

Overall, this is a wonderful collection!
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79 of 88 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Looney All The Way, January 6, 2012
This review is from: Looney Tunes Golden Collection 1-6 (DVD)
There is no question that the Looney Tunes gang has honestly been one of the most influential groups of cartoon characters of all time. Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and many others have made some really fantastic cartoons of all time. Yet, while so many generations have looked up to the Looney Tunes, many cartoon characters haven't been able to touch or duplicate the zaniness and joy that Warner Brothers has made for over 75 years of glee. But with so many people looking up to Spongebob Squarepants, and many other classics for this day in age, many people still have loved what has made classic animation so distinctive from many of these shorts that are still fun and enjoyable. Well, Warner Brothers has released the 6 previous Golden Collection volumes seperately. Yet, with Warner Brother putting the emphasis of these delights on Blu-Ray with the Platinum Collection, there are those that still don't own a Blu-Ray player and just want more. Well, it is all right here.

The Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volumes 1-6 are finally here in one package which contains 360 classic delights from Warner Brothers the Looney Tunes vault. The collection of shorts are still just as funny today as they were years and years ago. They ahve been remastered well, and include some really strong bonuses. The cavalcade of cartoons range from the distinction of Opera with the definitive What's Opera Doc? and The Rabbit Of Seville, to looniness from Daffy Duck like Robin Hood Daffy trying to proof to Porky, without losing his ego-tistical humor, to the thrills of the chase from Wile E. Coyote & the Road Runner, all the way to outwitting Sylvester thanks to the fastest mouse in Mexico, Speedy Gonzales. The collection remains strong and a great template to some of the funniest and greatest cartoons of all time. While some of them weren't fully remastered by their music sounding out of tune as they did when they first came out, as relevant from the first volume, but the other volumes each handle very well and offer fun for everyone. There are also some funny extras here including specials like Happy Birthday Bugs: 50 Looney Years, and vintage clips from legends talking about what made their direction of these gems funny including the legendary Chuck Jones, commentary from other voice actors who've worked with the man of 1,000 voices: Mel Blanc including June Foray whom played Granny and Witch Hazel, and many others.

All in all, if you had to choose between the Looney Tunes Playinum Collection for what its worth, and the Looney Tunes: Golden Collection Volumes 1-6, you are honestly better off buying this great package here. While I did wish that the classic Looney Tunes Golden Collection shorts could've included more cartoons from the loving skunk Pepe Le Pew & Foghorn Leghorn to just name a few, the collection is a better buy for your money. It definitely is the looniest collection that you're ever going to find for die hard Looney Tunes fans, or for anyone who is new to watching the zany fun that Bugs Bunny and friends have made us laugh with for all this time.

Shorts: B+

Price: B+

Extras: A-

Remastering: B+

Overall: B+
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Warner, show us the whole picture!, April 10, 2013
This review is from: Looney Tunes Golden Collection 1-6 (DVD)
I'm not talking about the letterboxing used on the first two releases of "Looney Tunes Superstars". I have a complaint about this "Golden Collection vol 1-6. Even these 4:3 cartoons are too much cropped. They always miss left and right letters, Bug's ears' tips and feet, characters appears only half on each side of the screen, and sometimes visual gags are lost or puzzled on the four edges of the video image. Why don't they show the whole picture, as they did on VHS, and as it's been shown on Cartoon/Boomerang ? I hope these beautiful transfers were made on the whole negative frame, so it will be possible to make further releases in the proper way.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars How can a set with a couple of hundred classic Looney Tunes cartoons NOT get 5 stars?, October 26, 2013
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Packaging is standard - cardboard construction, printing on all sides. It has a slipcase and stands on its short end. No problem.
Discs are round, and shiny and plain on one side, full cover illustrations on the other. Typical. Go figure.

Sylvester spits. Bugs, is fundamentally not really the best role model in the world. Porky still stammers. And both Speedy Gonzales and Pepe le Pew are very blatant comical representatives of the Mexican and French stereotype. But I've watched them for years and only yell "Arriba!" when I'm running very fast, and "Let us go to the Kasbah!" only when my wife asks me to speak to her in French. The set is lousy with Tweety Bird and The Road Runner, and I'm not that crazy about birds. But this is okay because Wile E. Coyote and Granny are there, too.

So, the set very definitely has some issues. But you don't have and never will have a singular voice actor like Mel Blanc. You will never have a shack in the middle of a studio lot churning out 24 pages/second of drawings by some of the best illustrators and cartoonist ever working. Take that Simpsons, Disney! You may or may not have the convergence of genius directors again. And you certainly won't have the stories and the music like this anymore. Ever. But that's okay, too, because we have this massive set.

Finally, you'll make your children and grandchildren very sad because the will watch these shows and come to understand just how awful the cartoons they have available to them are. So, help the children! Get this for the children!!
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28 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great collection, great price!, January 1, 2012
This review is from: Looney Tunes Golden Collection 1-6 (DVD)
At this price, all of these cartoons, with extras and documentaries can't be beat!

This collection is NOT the release of every WB cartoon ever made featuring Bugs, Daffy, Wile E Coyote, and the rest, but most of the choices were definitely thoughtful or inspired. I'm hoping future releases will be made, as there are so many more gems in the archives. For example, "Lickety-Split" being one of the best Road Runner cartoons. But with so many made, over the decades, it's quite probable that Golden Editions 7-12 will come out as the months and years go by.

Note: some of the cartoons are racy or racist. That is how they were made. I don't believe in censorship, since this is part of our past. The past should not be forgotten as people would end up repeating it. Plus, many jokes and gags are still hilarious. I'd rather let individual viewers watch and decide for themselves. Just seeing the disclaimer appear before the menus is fair warning, but most jokes don't come across as racist. Particularly for the cartoons made after 1950. So, in a way, this is a time capsule reflecting peoples' social mores of the time, and it's interesting when these old cartoons are compared to those today. What's changed. And what's the same.

If you've fathomed buying any of 1-6 on their own, the moment you consider three titles, just get this box set instead. You'll save money, and net a lot more material, with bonus features.

Either way, you can't really go wrong with this set.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You Can't Beat This Price!!, May 9, 2014
This review is from: Looney Tunes Golden Collection 1-6 (DVD)
I love this boxed set. All 6 volumes in one excellent box. I have the individual volumes, all 6 of them, and I love ever single one of them, but man, am I kicking myself right now. I loved the Looney Tunes so much that as soon as each volume came out, I bought it immediately. The cost of this set is awesome compared to what I paid for them individually. But that's okay, I have them. I would seriously tell anyone to buy this new boxed set. Not only does it include every single Looney Tunes cartoon, but you won't find this at this low price anywhere else. AWESOME!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The set was good but leaves out some important tunes., February 17, 2014
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This set is probably the best looney tunes collection currently available. It has a lot to offer with over 48 hours of 350 odd shorts and 25 hours of bonus features. It has all the regulars like Bugs, Daffy, Sylvester, Tweety, etc. No tune is left out, though other are represented much more than others. I didn't do a hard count but there's probably about 100 Bugs Bunny shorts on this set so if you're a Bugs Bunny fan this set is definitely for you. There's also a ton of Sylvester and Tweety shorts as well as a whole disc dedicated to Speedy Gonzalez. Porky Pig gets a lot as well and most are in original Black and White which is a nice touch. There's also all the most famous one-shot cartoons in this set. Now this set is almost perfect if it weren't for a few things. Namely a whole chunk of great cartoon and characters are not well represented. Let's start with Foghorn Leghorn. He's missing a ton of great cartoons as well as Pepe Le Pew. Daffy Duck also isn't very well represented here considering the amount of shorts he's in. He's only got about 35-40 shorts in this set out of his 130+ cartoon library. One thing that Warner did that's almost unforgivable is they left out the two most important cartoon character debuts. Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck's debut is not on this set which is ridiculous. They are the most important characters in, perhaps, Warner Bros. history and you don't include their debut. Why? Makes absolutely no sense not to have Porky's Duck Hunt or Porky's Rabbit Hunt in this set. This is the biggest thing that irks me with this set. Other than these issues the set is awesome giving you a ton of hours of enjoyment.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A professional course in the era and purpose of "Loony Tunes", April 16, 2009
You will want to view this collection in small bites as it is packed with many of the greatest Loony Tunes. Dispersed and packed around these Tunes are commentaries by the creators, historians and contemporary critics.

For those of us that just like cartoons before they became so sophisticated that they no longer entertain but just make social statements. For people that are interested in history and history of the industry this collection is a necessary have. It is almost incestuous how the producers of the Loony Tunes turn up in other cartoons and TV programs.

I suggest you buy the whole series however; any one of the DVD's can stand-alone.
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