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"Animaniacs: Vol. 3" and "Pinky & The Brain: Vol. 3" Coming in June!

Discussion in 'The Warner Bros. Club' started by John Pannozzi, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. Darklordavaitor

    Darklordavaitor Moderator
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    You know, they should of put Tiny Toons out with Animaniacs in the first place. The same amount of episodes, the same amount of box sets.
     
  2. Narfcake

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    I sure wouldn't. Some things are better off left as it is. Dead.

    Simply put, PEatB was executives interfering with creativity.
    PatB's audience was "too old" for Kids WB. Elmyra scores big with focus groups. Genius executive thought ... "hmmm, lets combined the two - it'll be a hit!" :shrug:

    FWIW, I watched WW once, and that was enough. I do wonder how much better (or worse?) the original scripts were ... the copy I have, which follows the movie, is a revision 3.

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    Going back some years, the original plan with WBA in Sherman Oaks was that CN Studios was going to stick around too, as that's where they were before Burbank. You think that such levels of executive meddling around WBA boded well for the more artist driven CN? No, it doesn't.
     
  3. Narfcake

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    A!/PatB had a greater following and a wider audience during its heyday, so it made sense to use it as the "trial".

    They really do need to follow through with TTA and F!, however ...
     
  4. mobo85

    mobo85 This space for rent

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    I thought "A Walk in the Park" and "That's Edutainment!" weren't bad, although the jokes about ABC's then-current Saturday morning lineup ("Pinky the Unstinky," etc.) are now hopelessly dated, even more so than most contemporary jokes in the series.
     
  5. Peter Paltridge

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    Because of all those specials and the video movie, Tiny Toons has slightly more. If they do put TT on DVD, will they remember the specials?
     
  6. Dogbert

    Dogbert I Don't See Gravity

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    They will if we tell them. Anyone know when the next WVH/HTF chat is? It'd be easy to ask them about it then. We probably wouldn't get a response right away, but it could theoretically get the ball rolling.
     
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    I noticed the #1 DVD was loose and sliding around inside the box
    just as the #1 DVD was with the Vol.2 box set.
    Anyone else have the same problem?
     
  8. takineko

    takineko I can do that with a pancake!

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    I had that problem, but it was the last two discs of PatB
     

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