The Looney Tunes Show: Season 1, Vol. 3
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A new half-hour animated comedy series starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. No longer confined to 7-minute shorts, Bugs and Daffy are out of the woods and living in the suburbs among such colorful neighbors as Yosemite Sam, Granny, Tweety and Sylvester. In addition to each episode's main story, The Looney Tunes Show also features "cartoons within a cartoon." The Tasmanian Devil, Speedy Gonzales, Marvin the Martian and other classic characters sing original songs in two-minute music videos called Merrie Melodies. The legendary Looney Tunes cartoons are getting a 21st century relaunch and a CGI overhaul for a new generation.]]>
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"Eligible Bachelors" contrasts 21st century Paris (with Bugs and Lola) with the city under Nazi occupation, when Emma (Granny as a young woman) served as an American spy. "The Foghorn Leghorn Story" is slightly less interesting than the other episodes, but culminates in a devastatingly funny Antiques Roadshow parody in which all hell breaks loose. "Silent but Deadly" -- a parody of kung fu superhero movies -- was a pleasant surprise; not only is it the funniest of the new Roadrunner/Coyote shorts to date, it's also the first one that doesn't feel like a CGI Chuck Jones retread.
The five stars are for the shows on this disc, not for WB's parsimonious, price-gouging, no-special-features packaging.
"The Foghorn Leghorn Story" - Daffy becomes the lead character in Foghorn Leghorn's new movie. Meanwhile, Bugs and Yosemite Sam discover a seemingly priceless vase. (WARNING: This episode has a rather painful fistfight sequence. Just sayin'.)
First Appearance: Foghorn Leghorn (Believe you me, after being seen in a music video in each of the previous volumes, it's about, ah say, it's about time that barnyard bigmouth made an episodic appearance. First time, that is. Also, there's the character Miss Prissy, who's credited as "Mama Foghorn" in this episode.)
"Eligible Bachelors" - Bugs and Daffy auction themselves as bachelors for bidding, and they get some unexpected dates: Lola, who whisks Bugs away to Paris; and Granny, who tells Daffy her times and adventures in France during WWII whilst they clean her attic.
"Peel of Fortune" - After discovering that Bugs is an inventor, Daffy sees this as an opportunity to make some quick cash off of a prototype design he attempts to perfect.
"Double Date" - Daffy gets more than he bargained for when he goes out with two girls at the same time: Tina, a girl he develops a crush on, and Lola, who falls for Daffy automatically after a practice date.
First appearance: Tina Russo (She's actually a character original to the series; she works at the local copy shop and she seems to take a liking to Daffy. To me she almost reminds me of another rarely seen character named Melissa Mallard, sort of.Read more ›
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Love the looney tunes. Had to get the next one! Thanks for great service and productPublished 2 days ago by Debra Wilson
I give the looney tunes show season 1 volume 3 5 stars. Good show!!Published 11 months ago by Edgar Flores