Welcome Looney Toons Fans!

July 27, 1940, under the direction of Tex Avery and with the voice of Mel Blanc, a star was born. It was only a 7 minute film called "A Wild Hare", but Hollywood would never be the same. With one simple question, the balance of power had shifted. The question? The one line of dialog?

"Ahhh, what's up doc? "

Yes, Bugs Bunny exploded on the scene, created a huge following, would go on to enormous success, and help lead a cartoon studio. Bugs and a cast of wonderful characters collectively known as the Loony Tunes gang would become the only real competition during the 1940s to the Disney juggernaut.

Warner Brothers had started their cartooning efforts back in 1930 but it wasn't until the mid to late 1930s and the arrival of people like Tex Winter, Chuck Jones and Mel Blanc before they began to emerge from the shadow of Disney and create new, innovative characters that would become internationally known under the Loony Tunes label.

The Looney Tunes line would run for 490 cartoons. Their lineup would include a who's who list of stars including Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird and Sebastian, Pepe Le Pew, Foghorn Leghorn, Elmer Fudd and headlined by one Bugs Bunny.

They would go on to win 4 Academy Awards and be nominated 17 other times, including one for "A Wild Hare". Today, these cartoons still contain the fun and enjoyment that they did over 60 years ago.

If you still have a bit of "kid" in you, or if you looking for a great gift for an actual youngster, then these two Warner Brothers 4-Disc DVD Golden Collections are an excellent way to enjoy the all-star Looney Tunes linup of classic characters and cartoons.

Click here for Other Classic Cartoons!
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Welcome Looney Toons Fans!


July 27, 1940, under the direction of Tex Avery and with the voice of Mel Blanc, a star was born. It was only a 7 minute film called "A Wild Hare", but Hollywood would never be the same. With one simple question, the balance of power had shifted. The question? The one line of dialog?

"Ahhh, what's up doc? "

Yes, Bugs Bunny exploded on the scene, created a huge following, would go on to enormous success, and help lead a cartoon studio. Bugs and a cast of wonderful characters collectively known as the Loony Tunes gang would become the only real competition during the 1940s to the Disney juggernaut.

Warner Brothers had started their cartooning efforts back in 1930 but it wasn't until the mid to late 1930s and the arrival of people like Tex Winter, Chuck Jones and Mel Blanc before they began to emerge from the shadow of Disney and create new, innovative characters that would become internationally known under the Loony Tunes label.

The Looney Tunes line would run for 490 cartoons. Their lineup would include a who's who list of stars including Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird and Sebastian, Pepe Le Pew, Foghorn Leghorn, Elmer Fudd and headlined by one Bugs Bunny.

They would go on to win 4 Academy Awards and be nominated 17 other times, including one for "A Wild Hare". Today, these cartoons still contain the fun and enjoyment that they did over 60 years ago.

If you still have a bit of "kid" in you, or if you looking for a great gift for an actual youngster, then these two Warner Brothers 4-Disc DVD Golden Collections are an excellent way to enjoy the all-star Looney Tunes linup of classic characters and cartoons.

Click here for Other Classic Cartoons!

 

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Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume 2
by Warner Brothers

Greetings, Looneytics! For all who rightly place Looney Tunes alongside Mom, apple pie and web-surfing at work as American institutions, this is your time to rise and shine and watch. Yes, here on 4 discs you'll find 60 more of the finest, funniest, bestest Golden Era cartoons from the feverishly bent artistic minds at Termite Terrace.