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Looney Tunes Super Stars: Foghorn Leghorn & Friends - Barnyard Bigmouth

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Looney Tunes Super Stars Foghorn Leghorn & Friends

BIRDS OF A FEATHER GOTTA LAUGH TOGETHER: 15 Remastered, 14 Never-Before-On-DVD Vault Classics! "You're in luck, fans – I say you're in luck – luckier even than when I drew a fifth ace!" Foghorn Leghorn, that ever-courtly barnyard banterer, has something to crow about when these 15 remastered and 14 never-before-on-DVD cartoons. The rooster's roster includes 9 Foghorn Leghorn shorts ranging from Foggy vs. Doggy (All Fowled Up) to educatin' Egghead Jr. (Little Boy Boo) to hepcat beatnik jive (Banty Raids). Six more treasures from the vault keep the good times rolling, including befuddled Elmer Fudd's celebration of his bwave, hewoic dog (A Mutt in a Rutt) and Goofy Gopher's dog-daze antics (Gopher Broke). Don't wait – gopher it. That's almost a joke, son!

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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Original recording remastered, Restored
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 30, 2010
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (228 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004176JHQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,410 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Peter Sykes on October 20, 2011
It continues to amaze me just how buffoon-ish Warner can be when it comes to releasing classic Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons on DVD. One thing they finally seemed to have worked out is that there is still a fairly healthy demand for Foghorn Leghorn cartoons. Quite incredulously, in the 24 discs comprising the 'Golden Collection' DVDs they only found room for five FL cartoons. Here they manage to get another eight to DVD, while whacking on six more non-FL cartoons to fill up space. That leaves 15 FL cartoons still ignored.

C'mon Warner! What we want to see is good quality original format transfers, not deceptively advertised, and presented at a reasonable price for something a half-century or so old that you keep flogging for all it is worth. Why not stop treating us like idiots and put out the 'Ultimate Foghorn Leghorn Collection' - 28 classic cartoons, attractively priced and presented! Or is that simply too hard for you? Looking at all the grumbling from fans about previous collections, one would think you might have learned a few more lessons by now. It seems you just don't care.
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If you were like me and vowed not to purchase any future Looney Tunes DVDs after the botched and dismally-reviewed Bugs and Daffy discs from a few months ago which featured original cartoons carelessly cropped to appear "widescreen", here is some *good* news about the new Foghorn Leghorn DVD. When you insert the disc, it gives you an option for viewing the cartoons in the correct, original "Full Frame" format *or* the infamous faux-"Widescreen" format! Good job, WB for listening to your customers. Now, how about a replacement disc program for those of us who bought the Bugs and Daffy collections?
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I found myself disappointed in this collection. I feel that it was poorly curated, and didn't include a very good selection of available Foghorns that should/could have been included. I wish they would just come out with a DVD that actually had all of the Foghorns on it, instead of picking a couple from the 70s, a couple that were the 50s versions of the ones from the 70s, and then a bunch of Not-Foghorn cartoons.

I don't know if there's a fear of racism, or classism, or what the objections are to the original cartoons, but I surely do wish that WB would realize that their target audience are grownups and we don't need them to censor stuff for our sensitive little minds.
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Since Warner Brothers decided to stope making the Looney Tunes Golden Collection series, many fans of Bugs Bunny & Daffy Duck and the whole classic Looney Tunes gang, really wanted to see some of their favorite Looney Tunes characters, some of the forgotten ones like Pepe Le Pew have DVD collections of their own. Foghorn Leghorn is one of them too. It has nearly been 65 years since Robert McKimson delivered his own standard favorite, whose Southern down on the farm humor, has been a hit, and a hard core favorite among the Looney Tunes elite. Now he finally has hos cartoons coming to DVD, but honestly some fans will be a bit dissapointed, while others will just be egg-cited.

Looney Tunes Super Stars: Foghorn Leghorn & Friends contains 15 favorites and some overlooked delights from the Looney Tunes gang, but Foghorn Leghorn isn't in all of them. Still, there is a lot of hilarious greats that still bring in a lot of fun and a classic laughter that hasn't been heard in awhile. Still there are a few of Foghorn's classics like Weasel While You Work, the classic Little Boy Boo, where he squares off and tries to prove he can be a good role model to Egghead Jr., yet it falls apart in the process, and Banty Raids where a "hen-pecked" rooster whose in to 60's music, tries to fool Foghorn to get into the farm, by pretending he is a baby, to get his hands on female chickadees.
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Many people are happy with this DVD because it corrected the widescreen-only misstep of the Bugs and Daffy Super Stars releases and it contains many new-to-DVD selections. It makes me a little sad that people are settling for this when Warner is intentionally withholding the best Foghorn Leghorn cartoons for some future use.

Not only do they not include an entire disc of Foghorn toons, the ones they select are from the mid to late 50's and early 60s when the formula was already 10-15 years old (first Foggy short was in 1946). His first three cartoons were released on the Golden Collections and so far NONE of the rest of them from 1949-1953 have been included in any DVD collection. These are 9 of the most recognizable, iconic Foghorn Leghorn cartoons ever made and Warner is still sitting on them.

Most of the selections on this disc are just pale reflections of the earlier cartoons. Except for 'Little Boy Boo' there's nothing on this disc to compare to something like 'Fractured Leghorn' where Foghorn is at his finest.

It's an obvious ploy by Warner to burn off the less desirable selections so they can dole out the classics a little bit at a time. Why else would they include the sub-par 'Weasel While You Work' from '58 instead of the first, much funnier, Weasel toon 'Plop Goes the Weasel' from '53? Just compare them online along with the other true essentials like 'Fractured Leghorn' or 'Leghorn Blows at Midnight' and you'll see the difference both in animation, dialogue and execution.

For that matter, compare 'Little Boy Boo' (1954), the oldest toon on this collection, with 'Banty Raids' (1963). A collection like this would be great for completists AFTER the best cartoons had been released, but not before.
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