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,]]>
Looney Tunes: Spotlight Collection, Vol. 4
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Disc One Bugs Bunny Favorites:
The Grey Hound Hare
Forward March Hare
To Hare is Human
8 Ball Bunny
Knighty Knight Bugs
Disc Two Kitty Korner:
The Night Watchmen
Conrad the Sailor
Dough Ray Me-OW
Kiss Me Cat
The Unexpected Pest
Go Fly A Kit
Kiddin' the Kitten
A Peck O' Trouble
Mouse and Garden
Porky's Poor Fish
Swallow the Leader
Bugs Bunny is almost as good, and then you have Slyvester, Pussyfoot, and the mice Hubie and Bertie.....but if you love these old Looney Tunes, this disc is worth it for Dodsworth, alone.
Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection Volume 4, takes a step back to the smaller collection of Looney Tunes gems, that delivers half of the best gems from their upcoming Golden Collection Volume 4. The move is a dissapointment, especially compared to last year when Warner Brothers wisely made the smaller collection, into a pair of great movies: Bugs Bunny Road Runner Movie, and Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie 1,001 Rabbit Tales. The collection still consists of several great cartoons, mostly from Bugs himself in cartoons from Sahara Hare and the Mark Twain parodied Knight-Mare Hare, which was loosely based on A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court. Although there are other great gems here too from Go Fly A Kit, and Dough Ray Me-Ow as well, but not enough to tackle the funny bone.
All in all, the Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection is not bad as a sampler, for anybody who either can't afford the bigger Golden Collection Volume 4, or just hasn't seen any of these great classic cartoons from thepast. Still, I would much rather insist you buy the Golden Collection Volume 4 when it comes out in November. That is all folks.
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I understand everyone's frustration with too much or too little variety in these box sets. But volume four, just like any of the other volumes, on it's own is not the entire collection. Once all ten box sets are released (as they announced they'll release), we'll then have the whole collection. Like a disc is part of the box set, here the box set is part of the collection.
For this reason, I believe the themed discs and packaging are perfect the way that they are. It takes so much time to digitally restore each of these cartoons, months in fact, that it's taking the studio years to do it. But once all of it comes together in the end, I believe this will be one of the greatest DVD collections of all time. Just give it time and the whole picture will come together. All the discs will be organized and arranged in certain themes. It'll be beautiful. Good job Warner Bros. Keep it up!
They are all fine sets. A little less of the prime era 40's- 50's classic cartoons' as the series continues on each release.
Sure, you'll get filler as Warner is going to mix some to make more volumes. As long as it's reasonable, that's business.
The inclusion of a full disc of Speedy Gonzales- is not useful to me. A single cartoon would have been fine. A wasted DVD in the full set.
Would have liked more Daffy Duck. More Bugs/Daffy War Era too.
The 2 disc Spotlight with many good Bugs Bunny will do the job this time.
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I am big fan of Looney Tunes and I collect DVDs from the Spotlight, Golden, Platinum, and a few other collections. Read morePublished 2 months ago by holly finch
Looney tunes spotlight collection vol 4 was my third looney tunes DVD i ever bought.Published 3 months 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 5 months ago by Michael
Grandchildren love them, great entertainment for the. Brings back fond memories of my childhood Saturday morning.Published 6 months ago by Rickey L.Henry Sr.
Love it! It has many of my favorite cartoons that I grew up loving!Published 7 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
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