Looney Tunes: Golden Collection - 3 [DVD] 
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LT GOLDEN COLL V3 ADULT BOXSET
RESTORED, REMASTERED AND REE-DICULOUS: COMPLETELY UNCUT AND UNCENSORED LOONEY-NESS, INCLUDING SOME HOME VIDEO DEBUTS! You know what you want.More three-day weekends. More ounces in a pound of chocolates. More Looney Tunes. Your wish is our command. Because in this 4-disc set are 60 more of the most looneytic Looney Tunes ever unleashed on rabbit, duck, pig or humanity. Indeed, some have never before been on home video! Disc 1 features the tall, gray and haresome one. Disc 2 lampoons Hollywood. Ham actor Porky Pig rules Disc 3. And Disc 4 has the duck and a cast of crazies. One thing: to watch these, you must be as tall as this sign. Wrong disclaimer. Read the one in the box below. Got the idea? Now have fun. And pass the chocolates. Disclaimer Box Copy: The Looney Tunes Golden Collection Vol. 3 Is Intended for the Adult Collector and May Not Be Suitable for Children.
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What I especially like are the Hollywood cartoon spoofs featured on disc two, as many of the caricatures are hilarious and cover virtually all of the big name stars of the period. If, like me, you enjoy star spotting, then spend a leisurely hour or two watching out for the likes of Clark Gable, Laurel & Hardy, Charlie Chaplin, George Raft, Edward G Robinson, The Marx Brothers, WC Fields, Mae West, Bing Crosby, Jack Benny, Katherine Hepburn, Bette Davis, and many, many more.
A lot of the humour is aimed at adults, not because it is near the knuckle, which it most certainly wasn't in those days, thank goodness, but quite simply because a lot of the gags and references would go right over kid's heads. In fact adults will get a lot more out of these cartoons than their children will.
Another positive point is that Warner Bro's have had the courage to withstand the politically correct brigade and present these cartoons uncut and uncensored, unlike MGM, who have messed about with their Tom & Jerry cartoons. So, if you fancy seven hours or so of unadulterated cartoon humour from the golden age of cartooning, then buy this set. (I don't know why the previous reviewer complained about the price. I bought my set via Amazon, and got it for £10.71 including postage, which works out at less than £2.68 per disc - bargain!).
The first DVD contains another batch of Bugs Bunny classics, and my own personal favourites are 'Duck! Rabbit, Duck!', which is the third in Chuck Jones' "hunting trilogy", 'The Wabbit Who Came to Supper', 'Case of the Missing Hare', and 'Wackiki Wabbit', the latter three of which are in the public domain, and as a result were featured on countless 'cheapie' video cassette compilations, but the remastered quality here is so beautiful, that it's like watching a whole new batch of cartoons. Folks, you have never seen these old favourites looking so good, so ditch those video tapes now.
The second disc is titled 'Hollywood Caricatures and Parodies', and is just what it says in it's name. There aren't many shorts here which I truly rate highly, and over half of them are from the 1930s. It's my least favourite of the four DVDs, but 'Daffy Duck in Hollywood' is a good cartoon featuring the eccentric duck at his most 'zany' period.
The third DVD is a treasure trove of Porky Pig cartoons, including his debut appearance in 1935's 'I Haven't Got a Hat', several black-and-white classics directed by Bob Clampett, and two Chuck Jones' masterpieces with had the stuttering pig as Daffy's sidekick, the famous 'Robin Hood Daffy', and 'Rocket Squad', a futuristic parody of the classic television shows 'Dragnet' and 'Racket Squad'.
The final DVD is my personal favourite, 'All-Stars Cartoon Party', featuring everyone's favourite characters, including an early appearance of Tweety Bird in the brilliant Bob Clampett short 'A Gruesome Twosome', 'Steal Wool', which stars Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog, two of the most underrated players in this animated franchise, 'An Itch in Time', which paired Elmer Fudd up with a singing flea, and the Academy Award nominated 'Walky Talky Hawky', which marked the debut of my favourite character Foghorn Leghorn, who is criminally overlooked in this series.
As well as these cartoon treasures, the 'Golden Collection' offers optional commentary tracks from animators and historians, nine documentaries, including 'Chuck Amuck', a 1989 documentary about the master director's time with Warner Bros, and so much more, making it a real collector's item, as well as a 'must-have' for kids of all ages.
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