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[[Image:LTGC_Vol.4.jpg|thumb|right|Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4]]
 
[[Image:LTGC_Vol.4.jpg|thumb|right|Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4]]
'''[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection]] Volume 4''' is a ''[[Looney Tunes]]'' collection on DVD. Following the pattern of one release each year of the previous volumes, it was released on November 14, 2006. In France, it will be released on December 2019. It is the first ''Looney Tunes'' DVD set to feature some cartoons using the modern mid-1960s ''Looney Tunes'' opening and closing sequences.
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'''[[Looney Tunes Golden Collection]] Volume 4''' is a ''[[Looney Tunes]]'' collection on DVD. Following the pattern of one release each year of the previous volumes, it was released on November 14, 2006. It is the first ''Looney Tunes'' DVD set to feature some cartoons using the modern mid-1960s ''Looney Tunes'' opening and closing sequences.
   
 
Like Volume 3, this set also contains a warning about the politically incorrect humor and racial stereotypes in some of the cartoons, but instead of a speech by a person, it was a simple title card that summarized that the cartoons depicted ethnic and racist stereotypes that can be offensive to modern audiences.
 
Like Volume 3, this set also contains a warning about the politically incorrect humor and racial stereotypes in some of the cartoons, but instead of a speech by a person, it was a simple title card that summarized that the cartoons depicted ethnic and racist stereotypes that can be offensive to modern audiences.
   
==Disc 1 - Bugs Bunny Favorites==
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== Disc 1 - Bugs Bunny Favorites ==
 
All cartoons are in the post-1948 package.
 
All cartoons are in the post-1948 package.
   
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# "[[Operation: Rabbit]]" - (Bugs Bunny, [[Wile E. Coyote]]; 1952) (Chuck Jones)
 
# "[[Operation: Rabbit]]" - (Bugs Bunny, [[Wile E. Coyote]]; 1952) (Chuck Jones)
 
# "[[Knight-Mare Hare]]" - (Bugs Bunny; 1955) (Chuck Jones)
 
# "[[Knight-Mare Hare]]" - (Bugs Bunny; 1955) (Chuck Jones)
# "[[Southern Fried Rabbit]]" - (Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam; 1953) (Friz Freleng), not included on the Region 2 version
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# "[[Southern Fried Rabbit]]" - (Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam; 1953) (Friz Freleng), not included on the Region 2 version or Spotlight Collection.
 
# "[[Mississippi Hare]]" - (Bugs Bunny, [[Colonel Shuffle]]; 1949) (Chuck Jones)
 
# "[[Mississippi Hare]]" - (Bugs Bunny, [[Colonel Shuffle]]; 1949) (Chuck Jones)
 
# "[[Hurdy-Gurdy Hare]]" - (Bugs Bunny; 1950) (Robert McKimson)
 
# "[[Hurdy-Gurdy Hare]]" - (Bugs Bunny; 1950) (Robert McKimson)
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# "[[Rabbit Romeo]]" - (Bugs Bunny, [[Elmer Fudd]]; 1957) (Robert McKimson)
 
# "[[Rabbit Romeo]]" - (Bugs Bunny, [[Elmer Fudd]]; 1957) (Robert McKimson)
   
===Special Features===
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=== Special Features ===
 
* '''Audio commentaries'''
 
* '''Audio commentaries'''
 
** [[wikipedia:Eric Goldberg (film director)|Eric Goldberg]] on "Rabbit Hood" and "Mississippi Hare"
 
** [[wikipedia:Eric Goldberg (film director)|Eric Goldberg]] on "Rabbit Hood" and "Mississippi Hare"
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* '''Audio tracks'''
 
* '''Audio tracks'''
 
** Music only tracks on "Knight-Mare Hare", "Sahara Hare", "Barbary-Coast Bunny", "To Hare is Human" and "Rabbit Romeo"
 
** Music only tracks on "Knight-Mare Hare", "Sahara Hare", "Barbary-Coast Bunny", "To Hare is Human" and "Rabbit Romeo"
** Music and effects track on "Operation: Rabbit"
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** Music and effects track on "Operation: Rabbit" and "Southern Fried Rabbit"
 
* '''Behind the Tunes'''
 
* '''Behind the Tunes'''
 
** ''Twilight in Tunes: The Music of [[wikipedia:Raymond Scott|Raymond Scott]]''
 
** ''Twilight in Tunes: The Music of [[wikipedia:Raymond Scott|Raymond Scott]]''
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*** ''[[Bugs Bunny’s All-Star Revue]]''
 
*** ''[[Bugs Bunny’s All-Star Revue]]''
   
==Disc 2 - A Dash of Tashlin==
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== Disc 2 - A Dash of Tashlin ==
 
All cartoons on this disc are directed by [[Frank Tashlin]].
 
All cartoons on this disc are directed by [[Frank Tashlin]].
   
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# "[[Porky the Fireman]]" - (Porky Pig; 1938) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2 Sunset
 
# "[[Porky the Fireman]]" - (Porky Pig; 1938) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2 Sunset
 
# "[[Cracked Ice]]" - (1938) a.a.p.
 
# "[[Cracked Ice]]" - (1938) a.a.p.
# "[[Puss n' Booty]]" - (1943) Public domain Sunset
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# "[[Puss n' Booty]]" - (1943) Sunset
 
# "[[I Got Plenty of Mutton]]" - (1944) a.a.p.
 
# "[[I Got Plenty of Mutton]]" - (1944) a.a.p.
 
# "[[Booby Hatched]]" - (1944) a.a.p.
 
# "[[Booby Hatched]]" - (1944) a.a.p.
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# "[[The Stupid Cupid]]" - (Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd; 1944) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2 a.a.p.
 
# "[[The Stupid Cupid]]" - (Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd; 1944) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2 a.a.p.
   
===Special Features===
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=== Special Features ===
 
* '''Audio commentaries'''
 
* '''Audio commentaries'''
 
** Mark Kausler on "The Case of the Stuttering Pig" and "Porky in the North Woods"
 
** Mark Kausler on "The Case of the Stuttering Pig" and "Porky in the North Woods"
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* ​'''From the Vault'''
 
* ​'''From the Vault'''
 
All from the a.a.p. package
 
All from the a.a.p. package
** ''[[Bugs Bunny: Superstar]]'', Pt. 2, which contains the following shorts:
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* ''[[Bugs Bunny: Superstar]]'', Pt. 2, which contains the following shorts:
 
*** "[[Rhapsody Rabbit]]" (1946) Dubbed version
 
*** "[[Rhapsody Rabbit]]" (1946) Dubbed version
 
*** "[[Walky Talky Hawky]]" (1946) Dubbed version
 
*** "[[Walky Talky Hawky]]" (1946) Dubbed version
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*** ''Tony and Clarence''
 
*** ''Tony and Clarence''
 
**[[Private Snafu]] shorts
 
**[[Private Snafu]] shorts
*** "[[The Goldbrick]]" (1943) Public domain
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*** "[[The Goldbrick]]" (1943)
*** "[[The Home Front]]" (1943) Public domain
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*** "[[The Home Front]]" (1943)
*** "[[Censored]]" (1944) Public domain
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*** "[[Censored]]" (1944)
   
==Disc 3 - Speedy Gonzales in a Flash==
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== Disc 3 - Speedy Gonzales in a Flash ==
 
All in the post-1948 package.
 
All in the post-1948 package.
   
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# "[[A-Haunting We Will Go]]" - (Speedy Gonzales, Daffy Duck, [[Witch Hazel]]; 1966) (Robert McKimson)
 
# "[[A-Haunting We Will Go]]" - (Speedy Gonzales, Daffy Duck, [[Witch Hazel]]; 1966) (Robert McKimson)
   
===Special Features===
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=== Special Features ===
 
* '''Audio commentaries'''
 
* '''Audio commentaries'''
 
** [[Stan Freberg]] & Jerry Beck on "Cat-Tails for Two"
 
** [[Stan Freberg]] & Jerry Beck on "Cat-Tails for Two"
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** "[[Drafty, Isn't It?]]" (1957 Army recruitment film by Chuck Jones)
 
** "[[Drafty, Isn't It?]]" (1957 Army recruitment film by Chuck Jones)
   
==Disc 4 - Kitty Korner==
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== Disc 4 - Kitty Korner ==
 
Cartoons 1, 2, and 4 are in the a.a.p. package. Cartoons 3 and 14 are in the [[Sunset Productions]] package. The rest are post-1948.
 
Cartoons 1, 2, and 4 are in the a.a.p. package. Cartoons 3 and 14 are in the [[Sunset Productions]] package. The rest are post-1948.
   
 
# "[[The Night Watchman]]" - (1938) (Chuck Jones) The original opening, credits and ending title sequences have been restored for DVD.
 
# "[[The Night Watchman]]" - (1938) (Chuck Jones) The original opening, credits and ending title sequences have been restored for DVD.
# "[[Conrad the Sailor]]" - ([[Conrad the Cat]], Daffy Duck; 1942) (Chuck Jones).
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# "[[Conrad the Sailor]]" - ([[Conrad the Cat]], Daffy Duck; 1942) (Chuck Jones)
 
# "[[The Sour Puss]]" - (Porky Pig; 1940) ([[Bob Clampett]]) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2
 
# "[[The Sour Puss]]" - (Porky Pig; 1940) ([[Bob Clampett]]) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2
 
# "[[The Aristo-cat]]" - ([[Claude Cat]], [[Hubie and Bertie]]; 1943) (Chuck Jones)
 
# "[[The Aristo-cat]]" - ([[Claude Cat]], [[Hubie and Bertie]]; 1943) (Chuck Jones)
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# "[[Swallow the Leader]]" - (1949) (Robert McKimson)
 
# "[[Swallow the Leader]]" - (1949) (Robert McKimson)
   
===Special Features===
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=== Special Features ===
 
* '''Audio commentaries'''
 
* '''Audio commentaries'''
 
** Greg Ford & Chuck Jones on "Conrad the Sailor" and "The Aristo-Cat"
 
** Greg Ford & Chuck Jones on "Conrad the Sailor" and "The Aristo-Cat"
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** Music and effects track on "A Peck of Trouble"
 
** Music and effects track on "A Peck of Trouble"
 
* '''Behind the Tunes'''
 
* '''Behind the Tunes'''
** One Hit Wonders
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** One Hit Wonders: A look at the cartoons that had characters that only starred in one cartoon, but are considered popular thanks to TV viewings and video release.
** Sing-a-Song of Looney Tunes
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** Sing-a-Song of Looney Tunes: A look at the music of the Warner Bros. cartoon shorts.
** The Art of the Gag
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** The Art of the Gag: A look at the comedy writing of the Warner Bros. shorts.
** Wild Lines: The Art of Voice Acting
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** Wild Lines: The Art of Voice Acting: A look at how the voice acting in the Warner Bros. cartoons made the shorts memorable.
** Looney Tunes: A Cast of Thousands
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** Looney Tunes: A Cast of Thousands: A look at the second- and third-tier Warner Bros. characters.
 
*'''From the Vault'''
 
*'''From the Vault'''
 
** "[[Porky’s Breakdowns]]" (1939 joke reel with Porky swearing)
 
** "[[Porky’s Breakdowns]]" (1939 joke reel with Porky swearing)
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** "Porky’s Poor Fish" Storyboard Reel
 
** "Porky’s Poor Fish" Storyboard Reel
   
==References==
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== References ==
*[http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=6237 Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour, The - Complete List of Volume 4 Shorts] at tvshowsondvd.com
 
 
 
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==See Also==
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== External Links ==
* [[Looney Tunes Golden Collection]]
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* [http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=6237 Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour, The - Complete List of Volume 4 Shorts] at tvshowsondvd.com
   
   

Latest revision as of 20:44, July 25, 2020

LTGC Vol.4

Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4

Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume 4 is a Looney Tunes collection on DVD. Following the pattern of one release each year of the previous volumes, it was released on November 14, 2006. It is the first Looney Tunes DVD set to feature some cartoons using the modern mid-1960s Looney Tunes opening and closing sequences.

Like Volume 3, this set also contains a warning about the politically incorrect humor and racial stereotypes in some of the cartoons, but instead of a speech by a person, it was a simple title card that summarized that the cartoons depicted ethnic and racist stereotypes that can be offensive to modern audiences.

Disc 1 - Bugs Bunny Favorites Edit

All cartoons are in the post-1948 package.

  1. "Roman Legion-Hare" - (Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam; 1955) (Friz Freleng)
  2. "The Grey Hounded Hare" - (Bugs Bunny; 1949) (Robert McKimson)
  3. "Rabbit Hood" - (Bugs Bunny; 1949) (Chuck Jones)
  4. "Operation: Rabbit" - (Bugs Bunny, Wile E. Coyote; 1952) (Chuck Jones)
  5. "Knight-Mare Hare" - (Bugs Bunny; 1955) (Chuck Jones)
  6. "Southern Fried Rabbit" - (Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam; 1953) (Friz Freleng), not included on the Region 2 version or Spotlight Collection.
  7. "Mississippi Hare" - (Bugs Bunny, Colonel Shuffle; 1949) (Chuck Jones)
  8. "Hurdy-Gurdy Hare" - (Bugs Bunny; 1950) (Robert McKimson)
  9. "Forward March Hare" - (Bugs Bunny; 1953) (Chuck Jones)
  10. "Sahara Hare" - (Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam, Daffy Duck; 1955) (Friz Freleng)
  11. "Barbary-Coast Bunny" - (Bugs Bunny, Nasty Canasta; 1956) (Chuck Jones)
  12. "To Hare Is Human" - (Bugs Bunny, Wile E. Coyote; 1956) (Chuck Jones)
  13. "8 Ball Bunny" - (Bugs Bunny, Playboy Penguin; 1950) (Chuck Jones)
  14. "Knighty Knight Bugs" - (Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam; 1958) (Friz Freleng)
  15. "Rabbit Romeo" - (Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd; 1957) (Robert McKimson)

Special Features Edit

  • Audio commentaries
  • Audio tracks
    • Music only tracks on "Knight-Mare Hare", "Sahara Hare", "Barbary-Coast Bunny", "To Hare is Human" and "Rabbit Romeo"
    • Music and effects track on "Operation: Rabbit" and "Southern Fried Rabbit"
  • Behind the Tunes
  • From the Vault

All in the a.a.p. package

Disc 2 - A Dash of Tashlin Edit

All cartoons on this disc are directed by Frank Tashlin.

  1. "The Case of the Stuttering Pig" - (Porky Pig; 1937) Sunset
  2. "Little Pancho Vanilla" - (1938) a.a.p.
  3. "Little Beau Porky" - (Porky Pig; 1936) Sunset
  4. "Now That Summer Is Gone" - (1938) a.a.p.
  5. "Porky in the North Woods" - (Porky Pig; 1936) Sunset
  6. "You're an Education" - (1938) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2 a.a.p.
  7. "Porky's Railroad" - (Porky Pig; 1937) Public domain Sunset
  8. "Plane Daffy" - (Daffy Duck; 1944) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2 a.a.p.
  9. "Porky the Fireman" - (Porky Pig; 1938) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2 Sunset
  10. "Cracked Ice" - (1938) a.a.p.
  11. "Puss n' Booty" - (1943) Sunset
  12. "I Got Plenty of Mutton" - (1944) a.a.p.
  13. "Booby Hatched" - (1944) a.a.p.
  14. "Porky's Poultry Plant" - (Porky Pig; 1936) Sunset
  15. "The Stupid Cupid" - (Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd; 1944) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2 a.a.p.

Special Features Edit

  • Audio commentaries
    • Mark Kausler on "The Case of the Stuttering Pig" and "Porky in the North Woods"
    • Michael Barrier & Frank Tashlin on "Now That Summer is Gone", "Cracked Ice" and "Porky’s Poultry Plant"
    • Daniel Goldmark on "You’re an Education"
    • Greg Ford on "Plane Daffy" and "I Got Plenty of Mutton"
    • Jerry Beck on "Puss N Booty"
    • Eddie Fitzgerald on "The Stupid Cupid"
  • From the Vault

All from the a.a.p. package

Disc 3 - Speedy Gonzales in a Flash Edit

All in the post-1948 package.

  1. "Cat-Tails for Two" - (Speedy Gonzales, Lennie, George; 1953) (Robert McKimson)
  2. "Tabasco Road" - (Speedy Gonzales, Pablo, Fernando; 1957) (Robert McKimson)
  3. "Tortilla Flaps" - (Speedy Gonzales, El Vulturo; 1958) (Robert McKimson)
  4. "Mexicali Shmoes" - (Speedy Gonzales, José, Manuel; 1959) (Friz Freleng)
  5. "Here Today, Gone Tamale" - (Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester; 1959) (Friz Freleng) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2
  6. "West of the Pesos" - (Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester; 1960) (Robert McKimson)
  7. "Cannery Woe" - (Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester; 1961) (Robert McKimson)
  8. "The Pied Piper Of Guadalupe" - (Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester; 1961) (Friz Freleng)
  9. "Mexican Boarders" - (Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester, Slowpoke Rodriguez; 1962) (Friz Freleng)
  10. "Chili Weather" - (Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester; 1963) (Friz Freleng)
  11. "A Message to Gracias" - (Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester; 1964) (Robert McKimson)
  12. "Nuts and Volts" - (Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester; 1964) (Friz Freleng)
  13. "Pancho's Hideaway" - (Speedy Gonzales, Pancho Vanilla; 1964) (Friz Freleng)
  14. "The Wild Chase" - (Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester, Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote; 1965) (Friz Freleng)
  15. "A-Haunting We Will Go" - (Speedy Gonzales, Daffy Duck, Witch Hazel; 1966) (Robert McKimson)

Special Features Edit

  • Audio commentaries
    • Stan Freberg & Jerry Beck on "Cat-Tails for Two"
    • Greg Ford with Friz Freleng on "Mexican Boarders"
    • Art Leonardi & Jerry Beck on "Nuts and Volts"
    • Paul Dini on "The Wild Chase"
  • Audio tracks
    • Music only track on "Tabasco Road", "Mexicali Schmoes", and "West of the Pesos"
    • Music and effects track on "Cat-Tails for Two"
  • Friz on Film (new 1-hour documentary)
  • From the Vault

Disc 4 - Kitty Korner Edit

Cartoons 1, 2, and 4 are in the a.a.p. package. Cartoons 3 and 14 are in the Sunset Productions package. The rest are post-1948.

  1. "The Night Watchman" - (1938) (Chuck Jones) The original opening, credits and ending title sequences have been restored for DVD.
  2. "Conrad the Sailor" - (Conrad the Cat, Daffy Duck; 1942) (Chuck Jones)
  3. "The Sour Puss" - (Porky Pig; 1940) (Bob Clampett) NOT INCLUDED IN REGION 2
  4. "The Aristo-cat" - (Claude Cat, Hubie and Bertie; 1943) (Chuck Jones)
  5. "Dough Ray Me-ow" - (1948) (Arthur Davis)
  6. "Pizzicato Pussycat" - (1955) (Friz Freleng)
  7. "Kiss Me Cat" - (Marc Anthony & Pussyfoot; 1953) (Chuck Jones)
  8. "Cat Feud" - (Marc Anthony & Pussyfoot; 1958) (Chuck Jones)
  9. "The Unexpected Pest" - (Sylvester; 1956) (Robert McKimson)
  10. "Go Fly a Kit" - (Pussyfoot; 1957) (Chuck Jones)
  11. "Kiddin' the Kitten" - (Dodsworth; 1952) (Robert McKimson)
  12. "A Peck o' Trouble" - (Dodsworth; 1953) (Robert McKimson)
  13. "Mouse and Garden" - (Sylvester; 1960) (Friz Freleng)
  14. "Porky's Poor Fish" - (Porky Pig; 1940) (Bob Clampett)
  15. "Swallow the Leader" - (1949) (Robert McKimson)

Special Features Edit

  • Audio commentaries
    • Greg Ford & Chuck Jones on "Conrad the Sailor" and "The Aristo-Cat"
    • Eddie Fitzgerald on "The Aristo-Cat"
    • Jerry Beck on "Dough Ray Me-ow"
    • Daniel Goldmark on "Pizzicato Pussycat"
    • June Foray & Jerry Beck on "The Unexpected Pest"
  • Audio tracks
    • Music only tracks on "Cat Feud", "The Unexpected Pest", and "Go Fly a Kit"
    • Music and effects track on "A Peck of Trouble"
  • Behind the Tunes
    • One Hit Wonders: A look at the cartoons that had characters that only starred in one cartoon, but are considered popular thanks to TV viewings and video release.
    • Sing-a-Song of Looney Tunes: A look at the music of the Warner Bros. cartoon shorts.
    • The Art of the Gag: A look at the comedy writing of the Warner Bros. shorts.
    • Wild Lines: The Art of Voice Acting: A look at how the voice acting in the Warner Bros. cartoons made the shorts memorable.
    • Looney Tunes: A Cast of Thousands: A look at the second- and third-tier Warner Bros. characters.
  • From the Vault
    • "Porky’s Breakdowns" (1939 joke reel with Porky swearing)
    • "Sahara Hare" Storyboard Reel
    • "Porky’s Poor Fish" Storyboard Reel

References Edit

  1. http://www.goldenagecartoons.com/reviews/2006/ltgc4-01/

External Links Edit



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