Looney Tunes coming to DVD this year....sort of.

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  1. Patrick McCart

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    Chuck Jones: Extremes and In-Betweens will have Feed the Kitty and Duck Dodgers in the 24th 1/2 Century as extras on the disc.

    This is tentative, but this will finally be the debut of Looney Tunes on R1 DVD.

    (To be nitpicky, the Crash Bang Boom DVD-A has Now Hear This, but that's DVD-A.)

    The disc is still cheap, so consider buying it if you're an animation fan!
     
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    Has anyone seen the VHS copy of this film? Even at $11.24 (Amazon) this disc is worth getting for Feed the Kitty and Duck Dodgers in the 24th 1/2 Century, but it would be really cool if the rest of the disc wasn't half bad either.

    Chris S.
     
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    Duck Dodgers?! Wahoo! [​IMG]
    "Whoopth, had the thilly thing in reverth!"
     
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    "Little did you know that I brought my disintegrating pistol. And brother when it disintegrates, it disintegrates!"
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    This is great news! [​IMG] But, man, I would give my right arm to get "Duck Amuck" on DVD. For me this is the "Citizen Kane" of animation.
    It broke a lot of the "rules" of animation at the time, and is just a great concept for telling a story.
    Here's hoping that this is just the begining of more "Looney Tunes" on DVD.
     

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