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Dear Warner Bros....Are You Punishing Us By Withholding Tom and Jerry Volume 2?

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#41 of 44 OFFLINE   McCrutchy

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Posted February 06 2015 - 02:31 PM

Does anyone have any comments on the DVD only release of Tom and Jerry: The Gene Deitch Collection? 

 

Yes, I'm very curious about this as well. The press release touts them as "completely re-mastered", so it seems bizarre that they are not being brought out on Blu-ray, too. I've no intention of buying them on DVD.

 

Perhaps this is WB's final insult over the Vol. 2 fiasco?



#42 of 44 OFFLINE   youworkmen

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Posted February 06 2015 - 02:35 PM

I love Tom and Jerry but for me the Deitch toons are dreadful - a long way from the classic episodes.

 

Maybe the generally lower reputation of these is why they are not coming to Bluray - I know I wouldn't buy them



#43 of 44 OFFLINE   AlexNH

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Posted February 06 2015 - 06:45 PM

I wonder if the special features are at least worth something? 



#44 of 44 OFFLINE   dana martin

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Posted February 06 2015 - 10:27 PM

this and the Chuck Jones Collection, both could have been released in 1080P, while some here are going to downplay Gene's work, no they are not HB, but they are a damn site closer than Road Runner and Coyote in costumes 


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