Looney Tunes: Collector’s Choice Volume 1

Type: New Blu-Ray

TONS OF HARE-RAISING FUN IN ONE WILD COLLECTION!  From deep inside the Warner Bros. vault comes an anthology chock full of animation gold! Restored, remastered and uncut, the shorts in Looney Tunes Collector’s Choice Volume 1 have been carefully selected for discerning fans. Enjoy the finest and funniest golden-era cartoons with the brilliance of high-definition audio and video. These treasures feature A-listers like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester the Cat and Porky Pig, just to name a few. Even better, included among these 20 shorts are classics that have never before been released on home video. Whether you grew up with them or you’re introducing them to a new generation, these timeless and iconic characters will keep fans of all ages young at heart.

Includes the below animated shorts:

  • BEANSTALK BUNNY - Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck & Elmer Fudd (1954, Chuck Jones)
  • THE BEE-DEVILED BRUIN –  The Three Bears (1949, Chuck Jones)
  • CATCH AS CATS CAN – Sylvester (1947, Arthur Davis)
  • CRACKED QUACK -Daffy Duck & Porky Pig (1952, Friz Freleng)
  • DAFFY DOODLES – Daffy Duck & Porky Pig (1946, Robert McKimson)
  • DOGGONE CATS – Sylvester (1947, Arthur Davis)
  • THE FOXY DUCKLING – (1947, Arthur Davis)
  • A FRACTURED LEGHORN – Foghorn Leghorn (1950, Robert McKimson)
  • GREEDY FOR TWEETY – Tweety & Sylvester (1957, Friz Freleng)
  • HIP-HIP-HURRY! – Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote (1958, Chuck Jones)
  • HIS BITTER HALF – Daffy Duck (1950, Friz Freleng)
  • HOT ROD AND REEL – Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote (1959, Chuck Jones)
  • LITTLE ORPHAN AIREDALE – Porky Pig and Charlie Dog (1947, Friz Freleng)
  • A MOUSE DIVIDED  – Sylvester (1953, Friz Freleng)
  • PLOP GOES THE WEASEL – Foghorn Leghorn (1953, Robert McKimson)
  • STOOGE FOR A MOUSE – Sylvester (1950, Friz Freleng)
  • TALE OF TWO MICE – Babbit & Catstello (1945, Frank Tashlin)
  • TWO GOPHERS FROM TEXAS – Goofy Gophers (1947, Arthur Davis)
  • UNRULY HARE, THE  - Bugs Bunny & Elmer Fudd (1945, Frank Tashlin)
  • WHAT’S BREWIN’ BRUIN? –  The Three Bears (1947, Chuck Jones)