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Idea for Golden Age of LT VHS and DVD

Discussion in 'Back To The Inkwell - Classic Cartoons Discussion' started by Pietro, May 11, 2001.

  1. Pietro

    Pietro Member

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    Here is my idea if WB ever plans to re-release the Golden Age of LT set:

    VHS:

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 1: 1930's Musicals:
    "I Love to Singa"
    "Sittin' on the Backyard Fence" (Black and White)
    "Katnip Kollege"
    "Have You Got Any Castles?"
    "Buddy's Showboat" (Black and White)
    "Hold Anything" (Black and White)
    "Honeymoon Hotel"
    "Smile, Darn, Ya Smile!" (Black and White)

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 2: Firsts:
    "A Wild Hare" (Original)
    "Porky's Duck Hunt" (Black and White)
    "I Haven't Got a Hat"
    "Devil May Hare"
    "A Tale of Two Kitties"
    "Life with Feathers"
    "Walky Talky Hawky"
    "Odor-Able Kitty"

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 3: Tex Avery:
    "Gold Diggers of '49" (Black and White)
    "Egghead Rides Again"
    "Cinderella Meets Fella"
    "A Feud There Was"
    "Plane Dippy" (Black and White)
    "Thugs with Dirty Mugs"
    "Cross-Country Detours"
    "Daffy Duck and Egghead"

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 4: Bob Clampett:
    "Porky's Badtime Story" (Black and White)
    "Wabbit Twouble"
    "Horton Hatches the Egg"
    "The Hep Cat"
    "Porky in Wackyland" (Black and White)
    "A Corny Concerto"
    "The Great Piggy Bank Robbery"
    "The Big Snooze"

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 5: Chuck Jones:
    "The Night Watchman"
    "Rabbit Fire"
    "Porky's Cafe" (Black and White)
    "The Dover Boys"
    "Rabbit of Seville"
    "Fast and Furry-Ous"
    "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century"
    "What's Opera Doc?"

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 6: Friz Freleng:
    "Bosko in Dutch" (Black and White)
    "Knighty, Knight Bugs"
    "The Three Little Bops"
    "Speedy Gonzales"
    "You Oughta Be in Pictures" (Black and White)
    "Hare Trigger"
    "Tweetie Pie"
    "Birds Anonymous"

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 7: Supporting Players:
    "Naughty Neighbors" (Black and White)
    "Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears"
    "Often an Orphan"
    "Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid"
    "Porky and Gabby" (Black and White)
    "Rabbit's Kin"
    "Two Gophers from Texas"
    "House-Hunting Mice"

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 8: Zaniest 'Toons:
    "Porky and Daffy" (Black and White)
    "The Stupor Salesman"
    "Hare Tonic"
    "Canned Feud"
    "Porky's Super Service" (Black and White)
    "The Wise-Quacking Duck"
    "Baby Bottleneck"
    "Book Revue" (Original)

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 9: Hooray for Hollywood:
    "The Coo-Coo Nut Grove"
    "Daffy Duck in Hollywood"
    "Hollywood Steps Out"
    "Porky's Midnight Matinee" (Black and White)
    "What's Cookin', Doc?"
    "Hollywood Daffy"
    "The Woods are Full of Cuckoos"
    "Slick Hare"

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 10: Frank Tashlin:
    "Porky's Poultry Plant" (Black and White)
    "The Swooner Crooner"
    "Nasty Quacks"
    "Porky Pig's Feat" (Black and White)
    "Hare Remover"
    "Porky at the Crocadero" (Black and White)
    "I Got Plenty of Mutton"
    "Porky's Romance" (Black and White)

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 11: Wartime Cartoons:
    "Daffy the Commando"
    "Herr Meets Hare"
    "Plane Daffy"
    "Hop and Go" (Black and White)
    "Falling Hare"
    "Draftee Daffy"
    "Scrap Happy Daffy" (Black and White)
    "Super Rabbit"

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 12: The Lost Cartoons:
    "So Much for So Little"
    "Drafty, Isn't It?"
    "Bosko the Talk-Ink Kid" (Black and White)
    "Lady, Play Your Mandolin!" (Black and White)
    "Bosko and Honey" (Black and White)
    "Coming! Snafu!" (Black and White/Private Snafu)
    "The Isle of Pingo-Pongo"
    "Porky Blooper" (Black and White)
    "Any Bonds Today?"
    "Norman Normal"

    DVD:
    (Bonus Cartoons Highlighted in Black)

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 1:
    "I Love to Singa"
    "Sittin' on the Backyard Fence" (Black and White)
    "Katnip Kollege"
    "Have You Got Any Castles?"
    "Buddy's Showboat" (Black and White)
    "Hold Anything" (Black and White)
    "Honeymoon Hotel"
    "Smile, Darn, Ya Smile!" (Black and White)
    "Buddy's Beer Garden" (Black and White)
    "A Wild Hare" (Original)
    "Porky's Duck Hunt" (Black and White)
    "I Haven't Got a Hat"
    "Devil May Hare"
    "A Tale of Two Kitties"
    "Life with Feathers"
    "Walky Talky Hawky"
    "Odor-Able Kitty"
    "Gold Diggers of '49" (Black and White)
    "Egghead Rides Again"
    "Cinderella Meets Fella"
    "A Feud There Was"
    "Plane Dippy" (Black and White)
    "Thugs with Dirty Mugs"
    "Cross-Country Detours"
    "Daffy Duck and Egghead"
    "All This and Rabbit Stew"
    "Porky's Badtime Story" (Black and White)
    "Wabbit Twouble"
    "Horton Hatches the Egg"
    "Hare Ribbin'" (The Director's Cut)
    "The Hep Cat"
    "Porky in Wackyland" (Black and White)
    "A Corny Concerto"
    "The Great Piggy Bank Robbery"
    "Africa Squeaks" (Black and White)
    "The Big Snooze"
    "Porky's Ant" (Black and White)
    "The Night Watchman"
    "Rabbit Fire"
    "Porky's Cafe" (Black and White)
    "The Dover Boys"
    "Rabbit of Seville"
    "Fast and Furry-Ous"
    "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century"
    "What's Opera Doc?"
    "Bosko's Picture Show" (Black and White/unedited version)
    "Bosko in Dutch" (Black and White)
    "Knighty, Knight Bugs"
    "The Three Little Bops"
    "Speedy Gonzales"
    "You Oughta Be in Pictures" (Black and White)
    "Hare Trigger"
    "Tweetie Pie"
    "Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips"
    "Birds Anonymous"

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 2:
    "Naughty Neighbors" (Black and White)
    "Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears"
    "Often an Orphan"
    "Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid"
    "Porky and Gabby" (Black and White)
    "Rabbit's Kin"
    "Two Gophers from Texas"
    "House-Hunting Mice"
    "Porky and Daffy" (Black and White)
    "The Stupor Salesman"
    "Hare Tonic"
    "Canned Feud"
    "Porky's Super Service" (Black and White)
    "The Wise-Quacking Duck"
    "Baby Bottleneck"
    "Book Revue" (Original)
    "The Coo-Coo Nut Grove"
    "Daffy Duck in Hollywood"
    "Hollywood Steps Out"
    "Porky's Midnight Matinee" (Black and White)
    "What's Cookin', Doc?"
    "Hollywood Daffy"
    "Clean Pastures"
    "The Woods are Full of Cuckoos"
    "Slick Hare"
    "Porky's Poultry Plant" (Black and White)
    "The Swooner Crooner"
    "Nasty Quacks"
    "Porky Pig's Feat" (Black and White)
    "Hare Remover"
    "Porky at the Crocadero" (Black and White)
    "I Got Plenty of Mutton"
    "Porky's Romance" (Black and White)
    "Speaking of the Weather"
    "Daffy the Commando"
    "Herr Meets Hare"
    "Plane Daffy"
    "Hop and Go" (Black and White)
    "Falling Hare"
    "Draftee Daffy"
    "Scrap Happy Daffy" (Black and White)
    "Super Rabbit"
    "Meet John Doughboy" (Black and White)
    "So Much for So Little"
    "Drafty, Isn't It?"
    "The Door"
    "Bosko the Talk-Ink Kid" (Black and White)
    "Hittin' the Trail for Halleujah Land" (Black and White)
    "Bosko and Honey" (Black and White)
    "Coming! Snafu!" (Black and White/Private Snafu)
    "The Isle of Pingo-Pongo"
    "Porky Blooper" (Black and White)
    "Any Bonds Today?"
    "Norman Normal"
    "Buddy's Circus" (Black and White)

    What are some of your ideas?

    -Pietro
     
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  2. Sveven Dvorking

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    All pre-48s remastered from original negatives

    Only on VHS, I don't like DVDs (although I can play them)

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 1: Mexican Characters
    "The Lady in Red" (original titles)
    "My Little Buckeroo" (original titles)
    "Little Pancho Vanilla"
    "Mexican Joyride"
    "Cat-Tails for Two"
    "Speedy Gonzales"
    "Two Crows from Tacos"
    "Crow's Feat"
    "Mexican Mouse-Piece"
    "See Ya Later, Gladiator"

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 2: Indian Characters
    "Injun Trouble" (1938, B&W)
    "Tom-Tom Tomcat"
    "Horse Hare"
    "Sweet Sioux" (original titles)
    "Sioux Me" (original titles)
    "The Oily American"
    "Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt"
    "A Feather in his Hare"
    "Hocus Pocus Pow-Wow"
    "Injun Trouble" (1969)

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 3: Early Color Cartoons, part 1
    "Honeymoon Hotel"
    "Beauty and the Beast"
    "Those Beautiful Dames"
    "Pop goes Your Heart"
    "Mr. and Mrs. is the Name"
    "Country Boy"
    "I Haven't got a Hat"
    "Along Flirtation Walk"
    "My Green Fedora"
    "Into Your Dance"

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 4: Early Color Cartoons, part 2
    "Country Mouse" (original titles)
    "The Merry Old Soul" (original titles)
    "Little Dutch Plate" (original titles)
    "Billboard Frolics"
    "Flowers for Madame" (original titles)
    "I Wanna Play House"
    "The Cat Came Back" (original titles)
    "Miss Glory"
    "I'm a Big Shot Now" (original titles)
    "The Hep Cat" (original titles)

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 5: Best of Egghead
    "Egghead Rides Again"
    "Little Red Walking Hood" (original titles)
    "Daffy Duck and Egghead" (original titles)
    "Cinderella Meets Fella"
    "A Feud There Was" (original titles)
    "Johnny Smith and Poker-Huntas" (original titles)
    "A-Lad-In Baghdad"
    "Count Me Out"
    "A Day at the Zoo" (with original titles)
    "Believe it or Else"

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 6: B&W MM one-shots
    "Red-Headed Baby"
    "Pagan Moon"
    "One Step Ahead of My Shadow"
    "Young and Healthy"
    "Shuffle off to Buffalo"
    "I've got to Sing a Torch Song"
    "Sittin' on a Backyard Fence"
    "Pettin' in the Park"
    "Shake Your Powder Puff"
    "Rhythm in the Bow"

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 7: B&W LT one-shots
    "The Haunted Mouse"
    "Joe Glow the Firefly"
    "Saps in Chaps"
    "Hobby Horse Laffs"
    "Gopher Goofy"
    "Wacky Blackout"
    "The Ducktators"
    "Eatin' on the Cuff"
    "Hop and Go"
    "Puss N' Booty"

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 8: The Censored 11
    "Hittin' the Trail for Hallelujah Land" (B&W)
    "Sunday go to Meetin' Time" (original titles)
    "Clean Pastures"
    "Uncle Tom's Bungalow"
    "Jungle Jitters"
    "The Isle of Pingo Pongo" (original titles)
    "All This and Rabbit Stew"
    "Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs"
    "Tin Pan Alley Cats"
    "Angel Puss"
    "Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears" (original titles)

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 9: Southern Cartoons
    "Daffy's Southern Exposure" (B&W)
    "Walky Talky Hawky" (original titles)
    "Mississippi Hare"
    "Swallow the Leader"
    "Dog Gone South"
    "Southern Fried Rabbit" -uncut
    "Feather Dusted"
    "Backwoods Bunny"
    "Crockett-Doodle-Do"
    "The Dixie Fryer"

    Golden Age of LT/MM volume 10: Bears
    "The Chewin' Bruin" (B&W)
    "Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears"
    "What's Brewin', Bruin? (original titles)
    "The Bee-Deviled Bruin"
    "Bear Feat"
    "A Bear for Punishment"
    "The Iceman Ducketh"
    "Suppressed Duck"
    any 1 other WB cartoon that features a bear
     
  3. PlopKat

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    Bear Cartoon Suggestions

    How about The Unbearable Bear or Hare Remover for your last bear cartoon?

    BTW, what do you prefer about the VHS format over DVDs? Just curious...

    -PlopKat
     
  4. Patrick McCart

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    Animation doesn't get "strobed" on DVD's, if that's why you don't like them.

    My Fantasia and Fantasia 2K DVD's have such high video quality that you can see paint and pastel textures and for "2K," the watercoloring textures for the Carnival Of The Animals segment.

    Here's some perks that DVD's have that VHS doesn't have:

    300x the resolution of VHS
    Around 4 hours of ultra-high quality MPEG II video on each side (double layer)
    Dolby Digital 5.1 sound (and DTS, depending on disc)

    Disney is releasing some Mickey and Silly Symphony DVD's and they're putting a whopping 26 cartoons on each disc!

    If WB could find the original sound recordings of sound effects, dialogue, and music for the cartoons, they could remix the cartoons in true surround sound (the digital remix would also clear up the cartoon's audio a lot)

    I hate mentioning this, but as soon as DVD recording becomes as cheap as popping a tape into your VCR and recording the latest installment of Acme Hour, VHS is going to become REALLY hard to find.

    www.thedigitalbits.com
     

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