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Carrotblanca on DVD!

Discussion in 'Back To The Inkwell - Classic Cartoons Discussion' started by Patrick McCart, Jun 26, 2001.

  1. Patrick McCart

    Patrick McCart Metal-Eating Bird

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    I bought the DVD of Casablanca today and within the documentary on the disc, there's a long clip from Carrotblanca.

    Technically, Carrotblanca is the first LT/MM to appear on DVD (although just a clip.)

    With "The Neverending Story II" DVD coming soon, Box Office Bunny will be the first full-length LT/MM to appear on DVD.

    According to some rumors, "Looney Tunes After Dark" might be put on DVD (according to DVDProfiler)
     
  2. grundle

    grundle Member

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    well.....

    Would you please give a link to exactly where on DVDprofiler it talked about a possible DVD of Looney Tunes After Dark? Thanks.

    I wanted to see exactly what cartoons are on that laserdisc, so I did a search and found this page. But take a look at these other great out of print laser discs! Some of these have excellent selections of cartoons!

    The number of people who currently own DVD players is way larger than the number who ever owned laserdisc players. So why don't they just take the masters from these laser discs, and transfer them to DVD? It should be relatively easy to do, and the quality should be prety good. And they'd make a ton of money. Just take a look at all these great cartoons!

    http://www.toonzone.net/looney/video/videowblaser.html


    BUGS BUNNY: HARE BEYOND COMPARE: 14 More Bugs
    Bunny Classics

    "Rabbit Fire"
    "Hare Lift"
    "Big Top Bunny"
    "Robot Rabbit"
    "Rabbit Every Monday"
    "Bedevilled Rabbit"
    "8 Ball Bunny"
    "Mutiny On the Bunny"
    "To Hare is Human"
    "Beanstalk Bunny"
    "Knights Must Fall"
    "14 Carrot Rabbit"
    "Rebel Rabbit"
    "Bunker Hill Bunny"



    BUGS BUNNY: WINNER BY A HARE: 14 of Bugs Bunny's Best

    "The Fair-Haired Hare"
    "Bully For Bugs"
    "Hare Do"
    "Captain Hareblower"
    "My Bunny Lies Over the Sea"
    "High Diving Hare"
    "Rabbit Seasoning"
    "Bunny Hugged"
    "Ballot Box Bunny"
    "Box Office Bunny"
    "Big House Bunny"
    "Rabbit Hood"
    "Hare Trimmed"
    "Mississippi Hare"



    DAFFY DUCK'S SCREEN CLASSICS: DUCK VICTORY

    "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century"
    "Duck! Rabbit! Duck!"
    "Drip-Along Daffy"
    "The Super Snooper"
    "Daffy Duck Hunt"
    "Muscle Tussle"
    "Don't Axe Me"
    "Stork Naked"
    "Robin Hood Daffy"
    "Ali Baba Bunny"
    "Cracked Quack"
    "Daffy Dilly"
    "Golden Yeggs"
    "Duck Amuck"



    GUFFAW AND ORDER: Looney Tunes Fight Crime

    "Bugsy and Mugsy"
    "My Little Duckaroo"
    "Catty Cornered"
    "The Blow Out" - B&W
    "Don't Give Up the Sheep"
    "Porky's Movie Mystery" - B&W
    "Baby Buggy Bunny"
    "The Stupor Salesman"
    "Bye, Bye, Bluebeard"
    "Boston Quackie"
    "Riff Raffy Daffy"
    "Dough Ray Me-Ow"
    "Rocket Squad"
    "Bugs and Thugs"



    HAM ON WRY: The Porky Pig Laser Collection

    "Often an Orphan"
    "You Ought to Be in Pictures" - B&W
    "The Pest That Came to Dinner"
    "The Ducksters"
    "Dog Collared"
    "Porky in Wackyland" - B&W
    "Deduce You Say"
    "Porky Pig's Feat" - computer colorized
    "Claws For Alarm"
    "The Prize Pest"
    "The Case of the Stuttering Pig" - B&W
    "Thumb Fun"
    "The Awful Orphan"
    "Boobs in the Woods"



    LONGITUDE AND LOONEYTUDE: Globetrotting Looney Tunes
    Favorites

    "Mouse Mazurka"
    "Frigid Hare"
    "A Pizza Tweety Pie"
    "French Rarebit"
    "The Timid Toreador" - B&W
    "Trip For Tat"
    "Little Beau Pepe"
    "Sahara Hare"
    "Polar Pals" - B&W
    "A Scent of the Matterhorn"
    "Roman Legion-Hare"
    "Dough For the Do-Do"
    "The Cat's Bah"
    "Hare We Go"



    LOONEY TUNES: AFTER DARK: Ghoul, Ghost and Goblin
    Cartoon Classics

    "Jumpin' Jupiter"
    "Water, Water Every Hare"
    "Bewitched Bunny"
    "Hyde and Hare"
    "Night of the Living Duck"
    "Transylvania 6-5000"
    "The Wearing of the Grin"
    "Scaredy Cat"
    "Broom-Stick Bunny"
    "Hyde and Go Tweet"
    "Hare-Way to the Stars"
    "The Abominable Snow Rabbit"
    "The Duxorcist"
    "The Hasty Hare"



    LOONEY TUNES: ASSORTED NUTS: Memorable Supporting
    Players and Cult Classics From the Looney Tunes Vault

    "A Bear For Punishment"
    "Dog Gone South"
    "Boyhood Daze"
    "Pests For Guests"
    "Mouse Wreckers"
    "A Sheep in the Deep"
    "Rabbit's Kin"
    "Feed the Kitty"
    "The Hypo-Chondri-Cat"
    "From A to Z-z-z-z"
    "Chow Hound"
    "Strife With Father"
    "Bear Feat"
    "Feline Frame-Up"
    "Gone Batty"
    "A Hound For Trouble"



    LOONEY TUNES: CURTAIN CALLS: Classic Music and Show
    Business Cartoons

    "The Rabbit of Seville"
    "One Froggy Evening"
    "Hillbilly Hare"
    "Curtain Razor"
    "What's Up, Doc?"
    "Nelly's Folly"
    "The Scarlet Pumpernickel"
    "Show Biz Bugs"
    "The Three Little Bops"
    "Baton Bunny"
    "High Note"
    "Long-Haired Hare"
    "Tweety's Circus"
    "What's Opera, Doc?"



    ROAD RUNNER VS. WILE E. COYOTE: If At First You Don't
    Succeed...

    "Fast and Furry-ous"
    "Beep, Beep!"
    "Going! Going! Gosh!"
    "Operation: Rabbit"
    "Zipping Along"
    "Stop, Look, and Hasten"
    "Ready, Set, Zoom!"
    "Guided Muscle"
    "Gee Whiz-z-z-z!"
    "There They Go-Go-Go!"
    "Scrambled Aches"
    "Zoom and Bored"
    "Whoa Be-Gone!"
    "Hopalong Casualty"



    SYLVESTER AND TWEETY'S BAD OL' PUTTY TAT BLUES

    "A Bird in a Guilty Cage"
    "Canned Feud"
    "All Abir-r-rd"
    "Greedy For Tweety"
    "Bad Ol' Putty Tat"
    "Pop 'im Pop!"
    "Gift Wrapped"
    "A Mouse Divided"
    "Birds Anonymous"
    "Kit For Cat"
    "Tweety's S.O.S."
    "Stooge For a Mouse"
    "Dog Pounded"
    "Tree For Two"



    WINCE UPON A TIME: Foolhardy Fairy Tales and Looney
    Legends

    "A-Lad-in His Lamp"
    "Little Red Rodent Hood"
    "The Windblown Hare"
    "Yankee Dood It"
    "Pied Piper Porky" - B&W
    "Lumber Jack-Rabbit"
    "Goldimouse and the Three Cats"
    "Knighty Knight Bugs"
    "Porky's Hero Agency" - B&W
    "Tweety and the Beanstalk"
    "Rabbitson Crusoe"
    "Porky the Giant Killer" - B&W
    "Red Riding Hoodwinked"
    "Paying the Piper"
     
  3. Patrick McCart

    Patrick McCart Metal-Eating Bird

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    Yeah!

    If WB just copied those compilations, but used brand-new transfers (no computer colored versions, though), that would be just fine.

    Also, if they added all the toons not on laserdisc (Buddy, Bosko, assorted ones) that would be neat.
     
  4. grundle

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    clarification

    I meant that they wouldn't even have to use new transfers. Just take the masters that were used to make the laser discs, and run them through an MPEG-2 encoder. They could have them all out on DVD within a month, without having to put much effort into it at all.
     
  5. TServo2049

    TServo2049 THE WORLD'S GREATEST DETECTIVE

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    Have you SEEN DVDs made from LD transfers? They look like crap compared to DVD transfers. MGM still makes DVDs from LD transfers, and they look TERRIBLE.
     
  6. grundle

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    OK


    I didn't know that. Thanks for telling me.
     
  7. Patrick McCart

    Patrick McCart Metal-Eating Bird

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    Some laser transfers ported to DVD are good (The Abyss: SE), but most of the time like TServo said...they suck.

    If WB made new transfers...especially for the B&W cartoons, they'd look excellent. My "It Happened One Night" DVD was transfered from a nitrate print and it really makes the picture look great.

    DVD's can hold 5 GB per layer (minus one GB for double layered discs).

    Single layered, single side DVD: 5 GB
    Double Layered, Single side DVD: 9 GB
    Single Layer, Double sided: 10 GB
    double layer, sided: 18 GB

    WB could easily put 3 hours of cartoons per side. (plus menus and etc)
     

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