Tiny Toon Adventures - Season 1, Vol.1

Tiny Toon Adventures - Season 1, Vol.1

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Tiny Toon Adventures - Season 1, Vol.1

Rejoice, potatoes du couch, because they're finally on DVD in 35 furry, funny, "Montana Max-has-money" episodes from the debut season (1990) of Tiny Toon Adventures. Here you'll find Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny (no relation!), Plucky Duck, Hamton J. Pig, and more denizens of Acme Acres. You'll also find Acme Looniversity, where the Toonsters are schooled under the wise(guy) guidance of Warner Bros. cartoon legends, from Bugs Bunny to Yosemite Sam. Produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment, Tiny Toon Adventures aired in syndication on U.S. television.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/29/2008
UPC: 0085391171867
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 12:47:00
Sales rank: 27,002

Special Features

Inside the warner brothers water tower

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Tiny Toon Adventures - Season 1, Vol.1 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Heavy_Metal_Sushi More than 1 year ago
Spielberg is the man! He has put out so many different great movies, and even a video game as of not too awful long ago. Another of his works was this beloved cartoon show, which my brother and I, on top of the likes of Animaniacs and Batman the Animated Series, use to watch religiously after we would get home from school. Very entertaining show. Way to go, Stevie!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Some cartoons just don't seem to stand the test of time, but Tiny Toon Adventures defied all expectations and made me laugh all over again, just like when I was a kid. There are some seriously hilarious moments in these episodes. Great writing is backed up by jokes both clever and immature, so there's something for everyone. It's not perfect, of course. Some of the animation gets very sketchy, as Warner Bros. used several different animation studios and it's easy to tell the bad ones (Kennedy Cartoons) from the good ones (TMS). And one of the episodes is so painfully early 90's that it just made me cringe. But overall, Buster and Babs Bunny (no relation) are just as tiny, toony, and looney as I remember!