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Warner Archive says Animaniacs and Tiny Toons are 'being considered' for release

Discussion in 'The Warner Bros. Club' started by Craig Crumpton, Mar 30, 2012.

  1. Craig Crumpton

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    Courtesy of a member of the Animated Media Collectors group I host on Facebook:

    Response from Warner Archive Collection (via their Facebook page):

    Read the original post here.

    Just don't get too excited... seems like both releases are still a ways off, but at least there's some hope now.

    If you are on Facebook, please voice your support for these releases through the link above on WAC's FB page.
     
  2. the greenman

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    That's actually nothing new. They continue to state that they belong in the Merchant Retail dept. and have no plans for it. The real question is, why WAC can't just be allowed to release them, since Merchant Retail has been sitting on them for so long? They released Night Court and SouthLand which were Merchant Retail releases originally.
     

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