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Does or has anyone ever collect Black and White WB cartoons?

Discussion in 'Back To The Inkwell - Classic Cartoons Discussion' started by DVDLooney, Jun 28, 2015.

  1. DVDLooney

    DVDLooney Active Member

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    I personally liked them compared to the Redrawn and Colorized versions of cartoons.
     
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    I have a public domain DVD of '30s cartoons that has an early '30s WB cartoon.
     
  3. DVDLooney

    DVDLooney Active Member

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    Interesting. Because I know the majority of Cartoons, specifically, the Porky Pig ones and Daffy Duck ones are redrawns. Redrawns are bad, animation-wise, compared to B&W Cartoons.
     
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    they ok
     
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    Cartman Flute Player

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    I LOVE 'em! Some of my favorites include: PORKY'S DOUBLE TROUBLE, PORKY'S ROMANCE, PUSS N BOOTY, and BOSKO'S PICTURE SHOW. They can also be found on the LT Golden Collection DVD sets
     
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    Same here, Cartman. Porky's Preview is pretty awesome.
     
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    I collect them, but I'm missing many of them. If somebody is interested to share their collection with me, let me know.
     
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    I have a lot of Black And White WB cartoons on my Looney Tunes dvds.
     
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  9. sun

    sun You stay, I go

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    I got many B & Ws ....especially the first Daffy Duck and the First Porky Pig..now which pile of tapes..yes tapes..are they on, ..............beats me?????????????sun
     
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    What about Computer Colorizations, compared to B&W Cartoons?
     
  11. DVDLooney

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    They're good, too, as long as they're not redrawns. I'd personally like to see a B&W or Computer-Colorized version of "A Coy Decoy".
     
  12. Dreth

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    What about the Harman-Ising redrawn Merrie melodies?
     
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    The only redrawn Harman-Ising Merrie Melodies I have seen was I Like Mountain Music that aired on 2x2.
     
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    A "Dubbed" version of "Smile Darn Ya Smile" is seen on youtube.
     
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    Interesting.
     
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    I also have We're in the Money from Rai 2 redrawn.
     
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    Redrawn Looney Tunes sometimes have the opening plastered by the following:
    1. Sunset Productions/Guild Films opening and ending
    2. W7 Abstract opening/ending
    3. 1956-57 opening rings taken from "Deduce you say".

    Because sometimes; the redrawn openings (Ones without those following plasters) are a bit creepy.
    Chicken Jitters' redrawn opening had the shield appear out of nowhere (No zooming), with the vitaphone presents appearing later.
     
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    Examples of redrawns that have been plastered with your three of the following are Chicken Jitters and Porky's Cafe.
     
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    I have the Rai2 print of "Chicken Jitters". http://prntscr.com/92r374 Trust me, the opening for Chicken Jitters looks odd.
     
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    Yeah, I just noticed the unusual intro on my same recording of the redrawn version of "Chicken Jitters".
     

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