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Looney Tunes: Golden Collection, 4-disc DVD collection


In November 2009, it was reported that two new single disc DVD releases, with 15 cartoons each, would be released in April 2010. It was also reported that these 30 cartoons would not contain any duplicates that had already been released as part of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection releases. This series of DVDs is called , and the first two titles are and . These new DVDs still have the cartoons digitally restored and remastered - in addition to being shown uncut and uncensored. A second set of Looney Tunes Super Stars DVDs was released on November 30, 2010. The titles in the second wave are and (which featured a collection of 15 previously-on-DVD shorts).

They're the crown princes of animation. They're the international ambassadors of cartoon comedy. They're the fabulously funny friends you grew up with! And now, 56 of the very best animated shorts starring the very wackiest Warner Bros. cartoon characters have been rounded up on DVD for the first time ever in The Looney Tunes Golden Collection! Just barely contained in four special edition discs, each specially selected short has been brilliantly restored and re-mastered to its original, uncut, anvil-dropping, laughter-inducing glory! Featuring some of the very earliest, ground-breaking on-screen appearances of many all-time Looney Tunes favorites.


Disc #21 -- Looney Tunes Golden Collection, Vols. 1-6

Though I've spent many a minute with fellow "enthusiasts" discussing the artistic merit of these short subjects as well as the pros and cons of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection package, the bottom line is that every one of these 56 eight-minute wonders is funny. Very funny. Pass-liquid-through-your-nose-at-30,000-feet funny. The split-second attention to comic timing and subtle side comments combined with more obvious physical comedy and perfectly honed characters represent, as an aggregate, the most successful comedy series in the history of American media. And they're really, really funny.