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Looney Tunes: Golden Collection, Vol. 5
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More Looney Tunes...your wish is our command. In this 4-disc set are 60 more of the most looneytic Looney Tunes ever unleashed and over 5 hours of extra special features. Indeed, some have never before been on home video! Disc 1 features some of the best Bugs and Daffy shorts ever. Disc 2 is filled with Looney Tunes version of fairy tales. Disc 3 features the best of Looney Tunes directed by Bob Clampett. And Disc 4 is all about the early daze.]]>
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This box set with continue with 60 restored and uncut cartoon shorts on 4 discs with more than 5 hours of bonus features to go along with it. The first disc is dedciated to Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. The second disc is a new collaboration of "Fairy Tale" stories with the Warner Twist. Disc three is to categorize the talents of Bob Clampett in some of his best animation. And Porky is going to close out the set in Disc 4 along with other Warner classics.
With over five hours of extras, this will sure be a delightfull collection to serve well with the previous four. One of the bonus features expected in this release include a documentary entitled: "Chuck Jones: Extremes and Inbetweens, A Life in Animation" (which was produced and aired on PBS in 2000).
Disc One: Bugs and Daffy
1. 14-Carrot Rabbit
2. Ali Baba Bunny (with Commentary Track by Filmmaker Greg Ford & Music Only Track)
3. Buccaneer Bunny
4. Bugs' Bonnets
5. A Star is Bored
6. A Pest in the House (with Commentary Track by Writer Paul Dini)
7. Transylvania 6-5000 (with Commentary Track by Historian Jerry Beck)
8. Oily Hare
9. Stupor Duck (with Music Only Track)
10. The Stupor Salesman
11. The Abominable Snow Rabbit (with Music and Effects Track)
12. The Super Snooper (with Music and Effects Track)
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A Tale of Two Kitties : This is one of Robert Clampett's best cartoons. This and A GRUESOME TWOSOME are Clampett's Tweety-themed cartoons at its finest.
Porky's Review : Tex Avery's classic porky cartoon. Avery's genius really shines in this one. Cartoon within a cartoon drawn by porky himself is a inventive, unique cartoon storytelling and pure Avery.
The Bear's Tale : Another Avery classic. Not well-known but certainly first rate Avery cartoon for sure. I hope LTGC vol.6 will have Tex Avery disc next year. Next year is Tex Avery's 100th year birth anniversary. I don't understand why one of animation histories greatest directors still don't have his own disc after five volumes of LTGC sets.
The Daffy Doc : top-rated Clampett daffy classic. Surrealistic, incredibly funny. Clampett demonstrates his true talents here.
Ali Baba Bunny : Well-known Chuck Jones cartoon. This cartoon partly shown from BUGS BUNNY'S THIRD MOVIE:1001 RABBIT TALES but this time we'll see its uncut,restored version.
Scrap Happy Daffy : One of Frank Tashlin's best cartoons. Pure anarchic, perfectly drawn masterpiece.
Hare Ribbin' : Yes, we can see uncut director's version of Hare Ribbin' finally. What a great news for every classic cartoon fans, I can't wait.
Porky's Pooch : Another black and white Porky classic. WB really did great job bringing old black and white porky classics into life. Now, I'm very happy if Tex Avery's porky masterpiece PORKY THE WRESTLER will be releasing next year for LTGC VOL.6.
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The Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5 is a 4 disc DVD collection that reflects the best of Warner Brothers greatest cast of characters from the golden era of animation. The collection contains 60 great cartoons that try as the cream of the crop. But, there are a few surprises that are shown here, as the first disc completely displays. The first disc, which was basically all about Bugs Bunny from the previous four volumes, but this time he has to share the spotlight with one of his friendly foes, Daffy Duck. The first disc does slim down the number of Bugs cartoons here, but they do show Bugs & Daffy duking it out like the old Bing Crosby & Bob Hope days, as was the case which director Chuck Jones brightly displayed on cartoons like Ali Baba Bunny and The Abominable Snow-Rabbit from 1961.Read more ›
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The 'Golden Collection' is a great compilation of all the best Looney Tunes. After hours & hours of watching, the family still hasn't gotten tired of these. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Whatdidudo
In this set of cartoons , there is more to relive the past and laugh to something that is funny to watchPublished 3 months ago by poetwriter
Excellent quality. Can't beat Looney tunes as a nostalgic gift and to introduce kids to top notch cartoons.Published 7 months ago by likescats
I love all of the Looney Tunes, especially those with Bugs Bunny.Published 9 months ago by Rooster Bales
WHAT CAN I SAW ........ THESE THINGS ARE CLASSICS AND JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER WITH AGE !!!..... TREAT YOURSELF AND BUY EVERY VOLUME ... Read morePublished 13 months ago by NED NEEDELENDER (3rd Amigo !!)
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"The High Note" and "The Dot and the Line" will be on disc 1 of the Warner Brothers Home Entertainment Academy Awards Animation Collection, due out Feb 12.
Feb 10, 2008 by koko the talking gorilla | See all 37 posts
|Looking for a Bugs and Yosemite Sam cartoon||
The fair-haired hare.
Apr 19, 2010 by Boyler | See all 3 posts
|WB states volume 6 will be the last one?!||
I just looked at the list of cartoons for Volume VI, and all I can do is quote Charlie Brown and say, "AAAAARRRRRGH!!" I've waited for years to have "Daffy Dilly" and "Riff Raffy Daffy" available on DVD and now Warners provides one whole disc of Buddy and Bosko! ... Read More
Jul 12, 2008 by Paul Maney | See all 20 posts
|Vol. 5 is inexcusably skimpy on the Bugs 'toons.||
Well the Director's Cut of Hare Ribbin' is also here, plus there's 4 made-for-TV Bugs shorts on here.
I suspect Warner didn't give Bugs his own disc this year was to conserve Bugs cartoons for future volumes (there's only less than 200 of them, and using them up too soon will effectively doom... Read More
Aug 14, 2007 by Anthony Martinez | See all 43 posts
|Are these boxsets in order of OAD?||
No, because (I learned this from the DVDs) the original Looney Tunes weren't shown on TV, they came from the theater! After television caught on, they were shown as kids' shows, but originally they were shown with adults films and they have many references to classic movies. (Jokes you won't get... Read More
Apr 14, 2008 by Kindle Customer | See all 4 posts
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