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Best of Warner Bros. 25 Cartoon Collection: Hanna-Barbera

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Best of Warner Bros. 25 Cartoon Collection - Hanna Barbera (DVD)

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HERE COMES A STAR (The Magilla Gorilla Show)

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  • Format: NTSC, Animated, Box set, Dolby, Color
  • Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: May 21, 2013
  • Run Time: 267 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00B4ZN4D0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,123 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By B. D. Sampson on May 22, 2013
This will be the final time I pre-order ANYTHING from Warner Brothers. My reason for purchasing this set for some of the previously unreleased shows-such as "The Cattanooga Cats" & "Abbot & Costello". Although A&C cartoon is on here, many of the programs originally planned for the set are not. The 2 disc set is does not include the following that were planned:

The Ruff & Reddy Show (1957) "Planet Pirates" (episode 1)
Huckleberry Hound (1958) "Spud Dud"
Yogi Bear (1958) "Snow White Bear"
Hokey Wolf (1961) "Castle Hassle"
The Quick Draw McGraw Show (1959) "Masking for Trouble"
Snooper and Blabber (1959) "The Lion is Busy"
Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks (1958) "A Wise Quack,"
Yakky Doodle "Hasty Tasty"
Wally Gator "Gator-Napper"
Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har "Hick Hikers"
Birdman (1967) "Birdman Meets Birdboy"
The Galaxy Trio (1967) "Revolt of the Robots"
The Herculoids (1967) "Attack from Space"
Cattanooga Cats (1969) "Witch Whacky"
It's The Wolf (1969) "Slumber Jacks"
Motormouse and Autocat (1969) "Wheelin' and Dealin'"
The Funky Phantom (1971) "The Liberty Bell Caper" 30 mins.
Jabberjaw (1976) "Dr. Lo has Got to Go" 30 mins.

The Correct cartoon list for the set is as follows:
Disc 1:
The Quick Draw McGraw Show - Dynamite Fright"
Snooper & Blabber - "Outer Space Case"
Augie Doggie - "Growing Going Gone"
Hokey Wolf - "Castle Hassle"
Quick Draw McGraw - "Mask Of El KaBOng"
Augie Doggie "Party Pooper Pop"
Snooper & Blabber - "Chilly Chiller"
Hokey Wolf - "Tricks & Treats"
Loopy De Loop - "Wolf Hounded"
The Flintstones - "Love Letters On The Rocks"
Snagglepuss - "The Roaring Lion"
Top Cat - "T.C.
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I am very disappointed in the recent release BEST OF WARNER BROS.: HANNA-BARBERA that came out this week. When the set was first announced, we were told that it would have Ruff and Reddy, Huckleberry Hound, Yogi Bear, Pixie & Dixie, Yakky Doodle, Lippy the Lion and Wally Gator plus other great H-B cartoons. None of these characters showed up on the set. There are two Quick Draw cartoons, two Augie Doggie cartoons, two Super Snooper cartoons, two Hokey Wolfs but no Huck and Yogi!!!! Huck and Yogi are even on the cover of the set and they are not included at all in the cartoons. The Yogi Bear theme song is there attached to a Snagglepuss cartoon but no Yogi Bear cartoon itself. Huck is my all-time favorite and he is not there. I tried to take the DVD back to Target but they wouldn't take it back because it had been opened. This is false advertising and I am really mad that I wasted my money on this set when it didn't turn out to be what it was supposed to be.
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How dare Warner Home Video had to mess up this DVD release! If you want to know why they changed the content from what it was planned, it's because of the dam music copyrights Warner Bros. couldn't get past buy again (that was since "The Best of The New Scooby Doo Movies" DVD release from the mid 2000's where they couldn't put all of the episodes on the DVD because the others not included contained copyrights materials Warner Bros. doesn't own)! Here's both the originally planned and final content:

Disc 1
*The Quick Draw McGraw Show - "Masking for Trouble" replaced by "Dynamite Fright"
*Snooper & Blabber - "The Lion is Busy" replaced by "Outer Space Case"
*Augie Doggie - "Growing Going Gone"
*Hokey Wolf - "Castle Hassle"
*Quick Draw McGraw - "Mask Of El KaBOng"
*Augie Doggie "Party Pooper Pop"
*Snooper & Blabber - "Chilly Chiller"
*Hokey Wolf - "Tricks & Treats"
*Loopy De Loop - "Wolf Hounded"
*The Flintstones - "Love Letters On The Rocks"
*Snagglepuss - "The Roaring Lion"
*Top Cat - "T.C. Minds The Baby"
*The Jetsons - "Rosey The Robot"
*Not Included - The Ruff & Reddy Show "Planet Pirates" (episode 1)
*Not Included - Huckleberry Hound "Spud Dud"
*Not Included - Yogi Bear "Snow White Bear"
*Not Included - Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks "A Wise Quack,"
*Not Included - Yakky Doodle "Hasty Tasty"

Disc 2
*The Magilla Gorilla Show - "Makin' With The Magilla" (Non "ideal Toy" title sequence)
*Johnny Quest - "The Robot Spy"
*Peter Potamus - "Cleo Trio"
*Touche Turtle - "Rapid Rabbit"
*Yippee, Yappee & Yahooey - "Black Bart"
*Atom Ant - "The Big Gimmick"
*Secret Squirrel - "Cuckoo Clock Cuckoo"
*Hillbilly Bears - "Do The Bear"
*Frankenstein Jr.
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Can anyone please explain why Ruff & Ready is not being released?
Why didn't Warner Brothers include Ruff & Ready in this set as planned?
Why, Why, WHY?
First we're told that 2 essential cartoons are not being released in the latest Tom & Jerry DVD set and now Ruff & Ready.
Is Ruff having a fight with Ready over royalties?
WHAT'S GOING ON.........?
Pat Maestro
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Warner Home Video just recently released this commemorative anniversary DVD collection, Best of Warner Bros. 25 Cartoon Collection: Hanna-Barbera. Any collection that claims to be the "best of" is just like one of those magazine or Internet "all-time best" lists. Fans have made their opinions about this collection known elsewhere on the net. No one is going to be completely happy with the selections and they will point out what should or should not be included.

Apparently there were cartoons announced for this set that did make it to the final release. Huckleberry Hound and Yakky Doodle appear on the package but are not represented with episodes. The box does not list the cartoons, making me wonder whether the package had to go to press before the final selections were made. (Because I love these cartoons and I'm nice, I have listed them in detail below.)

My guess is that there were lists of cartoons that might have made the final cut but were eliminated for one reason or another. Thanks to Stu's Show, I know that Capitol and other production music is challenging to license, so you will only see and hear one cartoon with non-HB library music--the first one on the set.

Another consideration is the disparity between what was acceptable in the `60s and the social mores of today. This is a mainstream WB release and does not have a "for collectors" disclaimer. Could a young parent sit their kids down to watch this and be assured that there wouldn't be anything that is considered unacceptable?

Let me quote Tami Horiuchi, amazon.
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