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A new generation of toonsters searches for fun, adventure and mischief in the "anything can happen because it's animation" land of Acme Acres.]]>
I just love to watching my cartoon, even at the age of 49. Still young at heart.Published 28 days ago by Monique Bailey
Image quality was a bit lower than expected, and this set didn't have the MTV episode I was hoping for specifically (the product description was confusing about which episodes were... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nancy Gonzalez
They don't make cartoons like this anymore. Im almost 30 and still find these hilarious and entertaining.Published 1 month ago by Daniel E.
I love tiny toon adventures every time I watch it kind of mind me of my childhood this is a really good show and I like the fact that the stuff they was teaching us as where kids... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa G.
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It wasn't in season 3. It might have been released while season 3 was airing, but this was a straight to video movie and thus not actually part of any season.
Mar 1, 2009 by Timothy Hampton | See all 7 posts
|The music episodes||
Parody falls under the fair use exemption of copyright law. It's too complicated to get into but music rights is NOT a valid reason to have music cuts here since WB would win in an infringement suit. Cutting stuff just means the people putting it out are either wimps or have terrible legal... Read More
Jul 29, 2008 by Lola Miller | See all 10 posts
When you get your set immediately check both sides of your Disc 4 via visual inspection and viewing on your DVD player of choice.
Disc 4 is a Dual-Sided RSDL (Reverse Spiral Dual Layer) DVD-18 disc (aka. dual-layer flipper) which still seems to still have quality issues even after almost 3 years... Read More
Aug 1, 2008 by P. Reynders | See all 2 posts
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