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Looney Tunes Showcase V1

Release Date: January 10, 2012

Get it @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...SIN=B005OQNOSA
Amazon.com almost always has the best prices on new DVDs, with free shipping available!



All of the shorts from Disc 1 of the first Platinum Collection:

"Hare Tonic"
"Baseball Bugs"
"Buccaneer Bunny"
"The Old Grey Hare"
"Rabbit Hood"
"8 Ball Bunny"
"Rabbit of Seville"
"What's Opera Doc?"
"The Great Piggy Bank Robbery"
"A Pest in the House"
"The Scarlet Pumpernickle"
"Duck Amuck"
"Robin Hood Daffy"
"Baby Bottleneck"
"Kitty Kornered"
"Scaredy Cat"
"Porky Chops"
"Old Glory"
"A Tale of Two Kitties"
"Tweetie Pie"
"Fast and Furry-ous"
"Beep, Beep"
"Lovelorn Leghorn"
"For Scent-imental Reasons"
"Speedy Gonzales"


The Blu-ray also contains a number of bonus supplements, such as:
Alternate audio tracks:
- "Baseball Bugs" commentary by Director Eric Goldberg
- "Buccaneer Bunny" commentary by Director Eric Goldberg
- "The Old Grey Hare" commentary by Filmmaker Greg Ford
- "Rabbit Hood" commentary by Director Eric Goldberg
- "8 Ball Bunny" commentary by Historian Jerry Beck
- "Rabbit of Seville" commentary by Director Eric Goldberg
- "What's Opera, Doc?" commentary by Director Chuck Jones, Writer Michael Maltese, and Layout Artist Maurice Noble
- "What's Opera, Doc?" commentary by Historian Daniel Goldmark
- "The Great Piggy Bank Robbery" commentary by Director John Kricfalusi with Director Bob Clampett
- "A Pest in the House" commentary by Writer Paul Dini
- "The Scarlet Pumpernickel" commentary by Historian Michael Barrier with Voice Actor Mel Blanc
- "Duck Amuck" commentary by Historian Michael Barrier with Director Chuck Jones
- "Robin Hood Daffy" commentary by Director Eric Goldberg
- "Baby Bottleneck" commentary by Historian Michael Barrier with Director Bob Clampett
- "Kitty Kornered" commentary by Historian Michael Barrier
- "Scaredy Cat" commentary by Director Eric Goldberg
- "Old Glory" commentary by Historian Jerry Beck and Ink-and-Paint Girl Martha Sigall
- "A Tale of Two Kitties" commentary by Historian Michael Barrier with Director Bob Clampett
- "Tweetie Pie" commentary by Filmmaker Greg Ford with Director Friz Freleng
- "Fast and Furry-ous" commentary with Historian Michael Barrier, Writer Michael Maltese, & Sound Editor Treg Brown
- "Beep, Beep" commentary by Historian Michael Barrier
- "For Scent-imental Reasons" commentary by Historian Michael Barrier with Writer Michael Maltese
- "Speedy Gonzales" commentary by Historian Jerry Beck
- "What's Opera, Doc?" Music-Only Track
- "What's Opera, Doc?" Voice Actor Mel Blanc and Voice Actor Arthur Q. Bryan Vocal Track
- "The Scarlet Pumpernickel" Music-Only Track
- "Duck Amuck" Music-Only Track
- "Robin Hood Daffy" Music-Only Track
- "Speedy Gonzales" Music-Only Track
Behind-the-scenes featurettes:
- Wagnerian Wabbit: The Making of What's Opera, Doc?
- Twilight in Tunes: The Music of Raymond Scott
- Powerhouse in Pictures
- Putty Problems and Canary Rows
- A Chuck Jones Tutorial: Tricks of the Cartoon Trade
- The Charm of Stink: On the Scent of Pepé le Pew
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