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Looney Tunes Golden Collection II
Topic by: Scaramouche
Posted: June 28, 2004 - 9:45 AM PDT
Last Reply: July 3, 2004 - 7:41 PM PDT

author topic: Looney Tunes Golden Collection II
post #1  on June 28, 2004 - 9:45 AM PDT  
This eagerly awaited collection is due out in late October or November.
For a list of the shorts that are likely to be included go to this discussion site:
post #2  on June 28, 2004 - 10:21 AM PDT  
Ooooo! I can't wait. Here's the full list of titles in case one doesn't feel like clicking around: (what a fantastic list! Many of my all time favorites are here, including Bugs Bunny Rides Again, Slick Hare, One Froggy Evening, Porky in Wackyland, and another classic three bears 'toon.)

"Hare-Brained Hypnotist" (Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd - 1942),
"Little Red Riding Rabbit" (Bugs Bunny - 1944),
"Stage Door Cartoon" (Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd - 1944),
"Hare Conditioned" (Bugs Bunny - 1945),
"Rhapsody Rabbit" (Bugs Bunny - 1946),
"The Big Snooze" (Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd - 1946),
"Slick Hare" (Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd - 1947),
"Bugs Bunny Rides Again" (Bugs Bunny/Yosemite Sam - 1948),
"Gorilla My Dreams" (Bugs Bunny/Gruesome Gorilla - 1948),
"Bunny Hugged" (Bugs Bunny - 1951),
"French Rarebit" (Bugs Bunny/Louis and Francois - 1951),
"Baby Buggy Bunny" (Bugs Bunny/Baby-Faced Finster - 1954),
"Hyde And Hare" (Bugs Bunny - 1955),
"Broom-Stick Bunny" (Bugs Bunny/Witch Hazel - 1956),
"What's Opera, Doc?" (Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd - 1957),
"Beep Beep" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1952),
"Going! Going! Gosh!" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1952),
"Zipping Along" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1953),
"Stop! Look! and Hasten!" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1954),
"Guided Muscle" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1955),
"Ready.. Set.. Zoom!" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1955),
"Gee Whiz-z-z-z!" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1956),
"There They Go-Go-Go!" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1956),
"Scrambled Aches" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1957),
"Zoom And Bored" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1957),
"Whoa, Be-Gone!" (Road Runner/Coyote - 1958),
"Porky In Wackyland" (Porky Pig - 1938),
"Old Glory" (Porky Pig - 1939),
"Book Revue" (Daffy Duck - 1946),
"Show Biz Bugs" (Bugs Bunny/Daffy Duck - 1957),
"Kitty Kornered" (Porky/Sylvester - 1946),
"Tweety Pie" (Sylvester/Tweety - 1947),
"Back Alley Op-Roar" (Elmer Fudd/Sylvester - 1948),
"Bad Ol' Putty Tat" (Sylvester/Tweety - 1949),
"All a Bir-r-r-rd" (Sylvester/Tweety - 1950),
"Room And Bird" (Sylvester/Tweety - 1951),
"Tweet Tweet Tweety" (Sylvester/Tweety - 1951),
"A Bird In A Guilty Cage" (Sylvester/Tweety - 1952),
"Ain't She Tweet" (Sylvester/Tweety - 1952),
"Gift Wrapped" (Sylvester/Tweety - 1952),
"Snow Business" (Sylvester/Tweety - 1953),
"You Ought to Be in Pictures" (Daffy/Porky - 1940),
"Duck Soup To Nuts" (Daffy/Porky - 1944),
"Baby Bottleneck" (Daffy/Porky - 1946),
"The Great Piggy Bank Robbery" (Daffy Duck as "Duck Twacy" - 1946),
"I Love To Singa" ("Owl" Jolson - 1936),
"Have You Got Any Castles?" (1938),
"Katnip Kollege" (Johnny Cat - 1938),
"Hollywood Steps Out" (1941),
"The Heckling Hare" (Bugs Bunny/Willoughby - 1941),
"Tortoise Beats Hare" (Bugs Bunny/Cecil Turtle - 1941),
"The Dover Boys at Pimento University or 'The Rivals of Roquefort Hall'" (1942),
"The Hep Cat" (Hep Cat - 1942),
"Corny Concerto" (Doc and Champ - 1943),
"Rabbit Transit" (Bugs Bunny/Cecil Turtle - 1947),
"Mouse Wreckers" (Hubie and Bertie/Claude Cat - 1948),
"Bear For Punishment" (Henry, Ma, & Junyer Bear - 1951),
"Cheese Chasers" (Hubie and Bertie - 1951),
"One Froggy Evening" (Michigan J. Frog - 1955),
"Three Little Bops" (1957).
post #3  on June 29, 2004 - 9:49 AM PDT  

> "What's Opera, Doc?" (Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd - 1957),
> "I Love To Singa" ("Owl" Jolson - 1936),

I was just talking about I love to singa on another thread!!!! I love that cartoon. and what's opera doc? Well that cartoon made me love Elmer Fudd.... and I think singing both parts of that cartoon out loud at high volume made my wife fall in love with me.
post #4  on June 30, 2004 - 8:30 AM PDT  
Can't wait for this set, I'm really looking forward to looping What's Opera Doc? about five or six times. There are lots of other great cartoons in that list too. (I'm also glad that Porky in Wackyland and One Froggy Evening are also in there.) The first Looney Tunes Golden Collection was probably my favorite DVD of last year, I'd be very surprised if the second set didn't become my favorite of this year.

As great as the old Disney and Warner Brothers cartoons are, I'd also love to see some cartoons from other studios on DVD. A set of Tex Avery's MGM cartoons would be great, I'd also like a DVD set of old Terrytoons shorts like the Heckle and Jeckle cartoon that's on tv at the end of Kill Bill: Volume 2. A DVD set of cartoons by Ub Iwerks (do any of the Disney sets out right now include any of his work?) would be very nice too, Sony/Tristar/Colombia's Lost Skeleton of Cadavra DVD included the Iwerks cartoon Skeleton Frolic (it was shown in front of the film during its rather limited theatrical run), I thought that was a neat extra.
post #5  on July 3, 2004 - 7:41 PM PDT  
> On June 30, 2004 - 8:30 AM PDT ColonelKong wrote:
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> A set of Tex Avery's MGM cartoons would be great

Indeed it would be! Avery started off at Warner Bros., but he really kicked his cartoons into crazy, violent high gear at MGM. Personally, I think the opening of RED HOT RIDING HOOD, in which the characters all get angry at the narrator for making them all do the Little Red Riding Hood story again, is one of the funniest cartoon moments ever. Obviously the creators of WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT also enjoyed that cartoon, since Jessica Rabbit is a clear homage to Avery's title character of that cartoon.
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