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That's right, go ahead and laugh at them. The silliness picks up where it never left off in Vol. 4 of the Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection, more classic animated shorts from the Warner Bros. vaults -- all fully remastered and uncut. Two discs. Twenty eight cartoons. Plus certifiably Looney extras. On Disc 1 were talking lots of hare, yes it's Bugs as only Bugs can be (including 1958's Oscar-winning Best Cartoon Short Subject Knighty Knight Bugs) and you'll tawt you taw a puddy tat and more with Disc 2's Cat antics,]]>
I am big fan of Looney Tunes and I collect DVDs from the Spotlight, Golden, Platinum, and a few other collections. Read morePublished 13 days ago by holly finch
Looney tunes spotlight collection vol 4 was my third looney tunes DVD i ever bought.Published 1 month ago by Edgar Flores
It was good. They don't make cartoons that are truly enjoyable anymore. I would have appreciated some Foghorn Leghorn, and Yosemite Sam though.Published 3 months ago by Michael
Grandchildren love them, great entertainment for the. Brings back fond memories of my childhood Saturday morning.Published 3 months ago by Rickey L.Henry Sr.
Love it! It has many of my favorite cartoons that I grew up loving!Published 5 months ago by Mrs Galbraith
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You can see this cartoon on Public Enemies - The Golden Age of the Gangster Film.
It's cheap used, but I too wish it was available in a Looney Tunes Golden Collection.
I like it a lot more than any of the later Rocky/Mugsy cartoons. Read More
Jun 12, 2010 by steve | See all 4 posts
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