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Looney Tunes Super Stars' Foghorn Leghorn & Friends: Barnyard Bigmouth is a DVD of fourteen new-to-DVD cartoons (eight with Foghorn Leghorn and six with other characters) and one previously-on-DVD Foghorn cartoon that was released on November 30, 2010. Unlike the previous Super Stars discs, the disc not only contains the matted-widescreen versions of the cartoons, but the original full screen versions as well.


  1. "All Fowled Up" (Foghorn Leghorn, Henery Hawk, Barnyard Dawg, 1955) (Robert McKimson)
  2. "Fox-Terror" (Foghorn Leghorn, Barnyard Dawg, 1957) (Robert McKimson)
  3. "A Broken Leghorn" (Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, 1959) (Robert McKimson) *
  4. "Crockett-Doodle-Do" (Foghorn Leghorn, Egghead Jr., 1960) (Robert McKimson)
  5. "Weasel While You Work" (Foghorn Leghorn, The Weasel, Barnyard Dawg, 1958) (Robert McKimson)
  6. "Weasel Stop" (Foghorn Leghorn, The Weasel, 1956) (Robert McKimson)
  7. "Little Boy Boo" (Foghorn Leghorn, Egghead Jr., Miss Prissy, 1954) (Robert McKimson)
  8. "Banty Raids" (Foghorn Leghorn, Banty Rooster, Barnyard Dawg, 1963) (Robert McKimson)
  9. "Strangled Eggs" (Foghorn Leghorn, Henery Hawk, Miss Prissy, 1961) (Robert McKimson)
  10. "Gopher Broke" (The Goofy Gophers, Barnyard Dawg, 1958) (Robert McKimson)
  11. "A Mutt in a Rut" (Elmer Fudd, 1959) (Robert McKimson)
  12. "Mouse-Placed Kitten" (1959) (Robert McKimson)
  13. "Cheese It, the Cat!" (1957) (Robert McKimson)
  14. "Two Crows from Tacos" (1956) (Friz Freleng)
  15. "Crows' Feat" (Elmer Fudd, 1962) (Friz Freleng/Hawley Pratt)


  • This is the first DVD in the Super Stars series to also include the cartoons featuring the minor characters, as well as one-shot cartoons.
  • Unlike the previous two Super Stars discs, this DVD does not contain any pre-1954 cartoons in it, hence all the cartoons which are all post-1953 are available in both fullscreen and widescreen format options. However, the shorts released in PAL countries (Region 2) are cropped.
  • Although "A Broken Leghorn" was previously released on Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1 DVD, rather than re-using the exact same restored master as this aforementioned DVD, this said cartoon has been re-restored with a new transfer. This could be because the previous 1998 restoration exists only in fullscreen format, and therefore have to be restored again in order to be available in both fullscreen and widescreen format options on this DVD (You can tell the difference between both the 1998 and 2010 restorations by the tinting of the color) [1].