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Looney Tunes: Parodies Collection is a single-disc DVD featuring twenty Looney Tunes cartoons. It was released 4 February 2020.

Sixteen cartoons here have been previously released on other Warner DVDs.[1]

Cartoons

  1. "I Love to Singa" (1936)
  2. "Hollywood Steps Out" (1941)
  3. "Super Rabbit" (The Looney Tunes Show, 2014)
  4. "Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk" (1943, dubbed version)
  5. "Little Red Riding Rabbit" (1944)
  6. "Rabbit Hood" (1949)
  7. "Rabbit of Seville" (1950)
  8. "Rabbitson Crusoe" (1956, unremastered print)
  9. "What's Opera, Doc?" (1957)
  10. "Hare-abian Nights" (1959, unremastered print)
  11. "Apes of Wrath" (1959, remastered fullscreen print)
  12. How Bugs Bunny Won the West (1978) not included on region 2
  13. "The Duxorcist" (1987)
  14. "Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers" (1992)
  15. "Chariots of Fur" (1994)
  16. "Carrotblanca" (1995)
  17. "Pullet Surprise" (1997) not included on region 2
  18. "Little Go Beep" (2000) not included on region 2
  19. "From Hare to Eternity" (1997)
  20. "Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas" (2004)

Notes

  • This DVD features the DVD debuts of "Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk", "Rabbitson Crusoe", and "Hare-abian Nights", though none of these new-to-DVD shorts are restored on this DVD.
    • It also features the DVD debut of "Super Rabbit", an episode from The Looney Tunes Show. This is, to date, the only home media release where both the classic Looney Tunes shorts and episodes of Looney Tunes TV spin-off shows share space together on the same home video collection.
      • Due to its placement in the short listing, it is possible that "Super-Rabbit", the 1943 Bugs Bunny cartoon of a similar name by Chuck Jones, was meant to appear on this disc, but the 2014 episode mistakenly appeared instead.
    • "Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk" was released as a 1995 PAL "Dubbed Version" print, similarly to the release on the Boomerang streaming service.
  • The DVD cover art is reminiscent of that of the Carrotblanca VHS cover.

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