I have an amazing idea for a new 4 disc Looney Tunes DVD release sometime in the future; It's called "Looney Tunes: Wile E. Coyote & Friends: The Complete Collection". In this 4 disc DVD set, it is a complete collection of Wile E. Coyote's remastered, restored, and uncut adventures with the Road Runner, Sam Sheepdog (as Ralph Wolf) and, you guessed it, Bugs Bunny. It also has bonus features with other Looney Tunes cartoons and such. Here's the order of cartoons on these discs in release date order:
(Numbers 1-9 are in Full-Screen, Numbers 10-33 are in Widescreen, Numbers 3-9 are listed as 1990's Cartoons in their own menu section, Numbers 10-14 are listed as 2004 Cartoons with their own menu section, Numbers 15 and 16 are listed as CGI Cartoons in their own menu section, and Numbers 17-33 are listed as The Looney Tunes Show Segments in their own menu section)
Each disc, after the Warner Bros. Home Entertainment logo, features 4 different introductions by historians Jerry Beck, Michael Barrier, and Leonard Maltin talking about what the viewer is about to see. The SDH English subtitles are spelled accurately and the Beep-Beep is described as [Road Runner Beeping].
Well? Do you guys like my idea for a new Looney Tunes DVD? Please let me know if you do.
It's interesting, but half to most of these are already restored and/or remastered so a bunch of people won't buy this, that and the fact that is has new shorts. I think a 1930's/40's Daffy Duck B/W and Color set would be fantastic though
I'm glad that some are open to my idea. All we need to do now is propose this idea to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. And you know what? I like Wile E. Coyote when paired with the Road Runner, but me and my brother came up with the concept of having The Lone Ranger and Tonto the Indian pursue the Road Runner. You know, to give Mel Blanc a chance to voice the charicatures. Tonto gets all the torment from the failed gags while The Lone Ranger [called "Cowboy" by Tonto] looks on or bails out. Also, for times when Tonto uses something a cowboy like the Lone Ranger might use like a lasso or boomerang, the Lone Ranger would ask if he could use it but Tonto would refuse by telling him like he's reminding the audience "Never send a cowboy to do an Indian's hunting." For Mel creating voices for these two, I would make him give a cool deep voice that's not stereotypical for Tonto and a Texas-style voice for The Lone Ranger. What do you think? Good way to shake things up with Road Runner?