The sixth volume of the Looney Tunes: Golden Collection came out this week, and KC is busy enjoying it. The Golden Collections are wonderful packages, with four discs of cartoons, lots of extras, including commentaries, and little-seen rarities for the adult collector. Unfortunately, this is the last in the series, although Warner has said that there will be more cartoon releases in 2009, just under a different label.
I didn’t realize that, every time Warner puts out a collector’s Golden set, they also release a corresponding Spotlight collection aimed at all ages. The Spotlights are two discs of just the cartoons of interest to a general audience. Here’s a clip from one of them, featuring Porky trying to camp while being bedeviled by Daffy. Just check out the astounding animation! It’s a wonderful reminder of why the Warner Bros Looney Tunes cartoons have lasted this long.
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