FINALLY...Some new Looney Tunes cartoons as the Super Stars series continues...See Link below...out

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  1. rmw650

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    http://www.classicflix.com/sylvester-hippety-hopper-looney-tunes-super-stars-april-a-1379.html?osCsid=6b2677a4c58ad0fb30894288e6163b77 Brand new title according to the article with 17 of the 18 shorts being brand new in scope so looking forward to getting this. Your thoughts? UPDATED with new information below.
     
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    List of toons: HOP, LOOK & LISTEN HIPPETY HOPPER - only repeat on this set - this can be found on the LT GC V6, part of bonus cartoon mix POP 'IM POP! WHO'S KITTEN WHO? HOPPY-GO-LUCKY CATS AWEIGH! BELL HOPPY LIGHTHOUSE MOUSE TOO HOP TO HANDLE SLAP-HOPPY MOUSE MOUSE-TAKEN IDENTITY - As one of the fellow posters mentioned, this can be found on the Looney Tunes Mouse Chronicles DVD HOPPY DAZE FREUDY CAT CAT'S PAW FISH AND SLIPS BIRDS OF A FATHER CLAWS IN THE LEASE GOLDIMOUSE AND THE THREE CATS - As another poster mentioned, this can be found on the LT Golden Collection Volume 5 set Taken from: http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Bugs-Bunny-Looney-Tunes-Comedy-Hour-Looney-Tunes-Super-Stars/17964#ixzz2IBXCKaUE Please feel free to update this listing with newer information. This way, we all know what will truly be new and repeated in this new set of cartoons.
     
  3. Theodore J. Mooney

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    "Mouse-Taken Identity" was recently released in the Mouse Chronicles LT set this past fall as an extra. It should be noted that this Super Stars set (Marsupial Mayhem) features all of the cartoons that feature Sylvester Jr. .
     
  4. Kevin Martinez

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    Hippety Hopper and Mouse-taken Identity were both unrestored as bonus cartoons, so their presentation will be superior on this new release. The only "true" double-dip is Goldimouse and the Three Cats, which was on the fairy tale disc of Volume 5.
     
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    Just as the posts are wrong and tvshowsondvd is wrong Looney Tunes Super Stars' Sylvester & Hippety Hopper: Marsupial Mayhem Mouse-Taken Identity is on chuck jones mouse chronicles Hippety Hopper is a bonus cartoon on golden collection 6 disc 1 GOLDIMOUSE AND THE THREE CATS is on golden collection 5 disc 2 - restored so 1 is an upgraded/double dip AND 2 are full double dips - warner should just drop the 2 full double dips and add 2 more sylvesters thy never released before - but that would take brains and the people at WB do not have any
     
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    Thanks for the updates then as I wasn't aware there were other duplicates on the set, but wanted to pinpoint at least what i found to be dups and such and that this was coming out in a few months time. I tried my best, but glad you found others that were dupes. Wishing WB would also get their facts straight with these Looney Tunes sets.
     
  7. Kevin Martinez

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    I don't consider unrestored bonus cartoons to be repeats, because they weren't restored.
     
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    Exactly. They're unrestored extras, not double dips.
     
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    LEARN TO READ - ONLY Hippety Hopper was unrestored before this release - the other 2 are already available on other collections in the same restored condition, meaning there is 2 full double dips Mouse-Taken Identity is on chuck jones mouse chronicles Hippety Hopper is a bonus cartoon on golden collection 6 disc 1 GOLDIMOUSE AND THE THREE CATS is on golden collection 5 disc 2 - restored
     
  10. Kevin Martinez

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    why don't you LEARN TO READ. None of the bonus cartoons on Mouse Chronicles were restored. NONE.
     
  11. Theodore J. Mooney

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    I second this.
     
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    the ones I listed were restored - go troll elsewhere
     
  13. Kevin Martinez

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    And what proof do you have. On Mouse Chronicles, Mouse-Taken Identity is an aged TV print. I can provide screenshots.
     
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    I'll let the disagreement continue...but only with civility.
    The name-calling and baiting will end.
     
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    Cartoons is serious business.
     
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    So we have so-called adults here fighting about cartoons? Classy. I guess no one here is actually happy about this great release? You're all too busy griping about it - as usual.
     
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    Based on what I can tell, the following Sylvester shorts are still awaiting remastering and re-release: By Word of Mouse Catch As Cats Can Cats & Bruises Doggone Cats Dr. Jerkyl's Hide Little Red Rodent Hood Mexican Cat Dance Mouse Divided Mouse Mazurka Peck Up Your Troubles Road to Andalay Stooge for a Mouse Taste of Catnip
     
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    By my reckoning, these are the Sylvester cartoons awaiting release. "Stooge For a Mouse" "A Mouse Divided" "Tree For Two" "Dr. Jerkyl's Hide" "A Kiddie's Kitty" "Pappy's Puppy" "D' Fightin' Ones" "Peck Up Your Troubles" "Doggone Cats" "Catch as Cats Can" "Mouse Mazurka" Some Sylvester & Tweety and Sylvester & Speedy could round out such a release. For instance: "Hyde and Go Tweet" "Trick or Tweet" "Tom Tom Tomcat" "Mexican Cat Dance" "Cats and Bruises" But somehow, I think we're not going to get another Sylvester disc, nor another Sylvester and Tweety one. We might get a Yosemite Sam one, and that'll be all.
     
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    I'm only unhappy that this series is running in tandem with the Platinum Sets. If they are restored, why are they not coming out on Bluray too like the Mouse Chronicles set? If it's cost, are people going to tell me that the Mouse Chronicle set featuring cartoons no one other then Loony fans care about is a better draw for retail than Sylvester?
     
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    I've always viewed the Superstars line as a continuation of the Golden Collections (minus the extras). Not counting the Tweety & Sylvester disc, they are essentially one-disc GCs (with possibly one or two double-dip titles). The Spotlights were merely lower-priced versions of the GCs, with two out of the four discs (usually the more popular/well-known characters/titles). I personally viewed the Platinums as a re-boot of the series, using the same 'best of' ideology as the GCs, which is why there are so many double-dips. I thought it was aimed at people who wanted to upgrade their existing collection (although the mix of double dip AND new confused that issue). As for the DVD versions of the Platinums, they are a weird hybrid. I haven't checked Vol2, but I know Vol1 was not a true copy - it was only the first two of the three discs. And considering most of the new content was on the third disc, I don't know who it was aimed at. David
     

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