Looney Tunes: Spotlight Collection 2

Looney Tunes: Spotlight Collection 2


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Looney Tunes: Spotlight Collection 2

Package Description: "The silliness picks up where it never left off in Volume 2 of THE LOONEY TUNES SPOTLIGHT COLLECTION, a joy-buzzer-to-the-world batch of more classic animated shorts from the Warner Bros. vaults -all restored, remastered, uncut and never before on DVD. Two discs. Thirty cartoons (two more than in Volume I). Plus certifiably Looney extras. You'll tawt you taw a puddy tat and more with Disc 1's Tweety/Sylvester antics, Daffy Duck's detective Duck Twacy and the surreal Porky In Wackyland. Disc 2 unleashes an all-star, all-for-fun-and-fun-for-all array of Hollywood and show-business spoofs, including the great WHAT'S OPERA, DOC? and more. Laugh yourself silly!"

Product Details

Release Date: 11/02/2004
UPC: 0012569455627
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 3:40:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Learn how they draw Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam, Tweety and Sylvester, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote and Michigan J. Frog; Languages: English, Français and Español; Subtitles: English, Français and Español

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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. Bad Ol' Puddy Tat [7:05]
1. All Abir-r-r-d [7:21]
1. Room and Bird [6:54]
1. Tweet Tweet Tweety [7:00]
1. Gift Wrapped [7:27]
1. Ain't She Tweet [7:09]
1. A Bird in a Guilty Cage [7:02]
1. Snow Business [7:06]
1. Tweetie Pie [7:03]
1. Kitty Kornered [7:07]
1. Baby Bottleneck [7:03]
1. Old Glory [9:03]
1. The Great Piggy Bank Robbery [7:35]
1. Duck Soup to Nuts [6:58]
1. Porky in Wackyland (B/W) [7:23]
Side #2 -- Disc 2
1. Back Alley Oproar [7:40]
1. Book Revue [7:02]
1. A Corny Concerto [7:58]
1. Have You Got Any Castles? [7:26]
1. Hollywood Steps Out [7:43]
1. I Love to Singa [8:14]
1. Katnip Kollege [7:25]
1. The Hep Cat [6:14]
1. The Three Little Bops [6:42]
1. One Froggy Evening [6:52]
1. Rhapsody Rabbit [7:37]
1. Show Biz Bugs [7:02]
1. Stage Door Cartoon [8:06]
1. What's Opera, Doc? [6:53]
1. You Ought to Be In Pictures [9:43]

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Looney Tunes: Spotlight Collection 2 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
With the exception of the 9 tweety and sylvester cartoons that start out this collection, it's fantastic. my only complaint would be a lack of variety. Dispite being pictured on the cover there is no road runner, marvin martian, or foghorn leghorn. overall though highly recommended
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just so you know, this is only the last 2 DVD's of The Golden Collection, Volume 2. There are about 9 Sylvester and Tweety cartoons and about 6 Porky and Daffy cartoons on Disk 1. Highlights include All Abiiiird (the funniest scene is where Sylvester gets punched out by the bulldog repeatedly), Gift Wrapped (a Christmas cartoon where St. Nick rewards Sylvester with a rubber mouse, not exactly what he was hoping for), The Great Piggybank Robbery (Daffy plays Duck Twacy, a hilarious parody of the Dick Tracy comics), Porky in Wackyland (a black and white cartoon, in which Porky searches for the rare but nutty dodo bird) and Duck Soup to Nuts (Porky goes duck hunting and gets heckled by you-know-who). Disk 2 features some of their early cartoons (I Love to Singa, The Hep Cat and Katnip College). Highlights include The 3 Little Bops (a reading of The Three Little Pigs with a jazz soundtrack, one of Friz Frelengs' best cartoons), Show Biz Bugs (another Freleng favorite of mine; Daffy jealously competes for the affection of the audience, which belongs to Bugs), Stage Door Cartoon (Elmer hunts Bugs and winds up making a fool of himself onstage), A Corny Concerto (one of Bob Clampett's best cartoons, a hilarious parody of Fantasia) and 2 of Chuck Jones' best cartoons- One Froggy Evening (a construction worker discovers a singing frog and hopes to make it rich off the amphibian's talents) and What's Opera Doc (everybody sing 'Kill the wabbit! Kill the wabbit!'). This is a more affordable version of the Golden Collection, minus the extras (save for a few drawing demonstrations). Hopefully, Warner Bros will release a budget DVD of the other 2 disks on it and the 1st 2 disks on Volume One.