Petition to get Looney Tunes off Cartoon Network

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  1. Patrick McCart

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    Don't they use Boomerang to play most of the classic cartoons?
     
  3. Casey Trowbridg

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    Yeah they use boomerang to play most of the classic cartoons including the Looney Tunes and HB libraries.

    Good luck with that petition though, I doubt that Warner would be too kean to stop aring cartoons that they own on channels that they also own.
     
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    I thought Cartoon Network was mostly scooby doo anyway! Everytime I flip through that is what is on.
     
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    Boomerang runs the Looney Toons cartoons constantly, often in weekend marathons.
     
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    Doubt you'll get many people to sign this but good luck.

    Also..despite what the petition says, Boomerang showed June Bugs this year.
     
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    Boomerang was designed for the sole purpose of running stuff like classic Looney Tunes, old Jonny Quest and other classic HB cartoons, etc...I'm pretty pleased with the way CN and Boomerang have handled Looney Tunes. And if I wasn't, I'd just pop in my Golden Collections Vol. 1&2.

    I think CN has made cartoons far more accessible thatn they were in the 80's & 90's. I've never been able to get cartoons on demand the way I can now with 2 full networks devoted to them. [​IMG]
     

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