Baby Looney Tunes Comes to DVD

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  1. Anthony Liz

    Anthony Liz Stunt Coordinator

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    Join Baby Looney Tunes in the ultimate springtime quest -- a hunt for the Easter Bunny! Starring Baby Bugs and his friends, this full-length feature showcases the hilarious antics of these cute and feisty toddlers. With its innocent appeal and heart-warming message about the magic of the holiday, this delightful movie is sure to become part of your family's Easter tradition!

    Specs include a Full Frame release, Dolby Digital 5.1, English - French - Spanish subtitles.

    Baby Looney Tunes' Eggs-traordinary Movie is scheduled to be released on 2/11/2003 with a retail tag of $19.98.
     
  2. David Lambert

    David Lambert Executive Producer

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    I see that it says "this full-length feature", yet it's also in full frame. Was this a TV feature, a made-for-vid feature, or what?
     
  3. Patrick McCart

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    The show on Cartoon Network is 4:3, so I think it's safe to say this is the OAR.
     
  4. Peter McM

    Peter McM Supporting Actor

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    Why is it, whenever they want to breath new life into a cartoon, they make them kids? They did it with the Flintstones, the Muppets, and Scoobey Doo, too. Makes no sense to me.[​IMG]
     
  5. Bjorn Olav Nyberg

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    They are cuter that way, and cartoons are kids material anyway.

    At least, that's what I think they think...
     
  6. James Reader

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    Cartoons are aimed at different age groups. Baby Looney Tunes is aimed at a younger audience than 'normal' Looney Tunes, or the upcoming 'Duck Dogers' series as two examples.

    Of course, Warners already sort of did this with 'Tiny Toons' but again, that was aimed at a older and wider audience.

    I doubt that Baby Looney Tunes will offer much for us older viewers.
     
  7. DaViD Boulet

    DaViD Boulet Lead Actor

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    I watched the "regular" Looney Tunes at age 3 and had a great time. I don't get the "dumbed down" version for today's kids.

    -dave
     
  8. DeathStar1

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    Only Muppet Babies and a Pup Named Scooby Doo are actually watchable [​IMG].
     

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