Tiny Toons commercial breaks
(NOTE TO MODS: THESE LINKS ARE ONLY CLIPS AND DOES NOT CONTAIN THE FULL EPISODE. They Only contain the last few seconds and the end credits. They do not nesseciarly count as piracy)
Remember THIS rare music cue that played on the bumpers. I think I remember it, but I don't have it taped. I was born about a month after "Animaniacs" came out and I didn't like Tiny Toons that much (partly due to the weird out-of-nowhere fruit snack commercial on the How I Spent My Vacation movie right before the FBI Warning. Yeah, I admit it. I rarely liked Tiny Toons as a kid)
I also found an early syndication break that comes right before the Tiny Toons intro (and yes, the theme is shown in it's entirety), on a non-Fox affilate, but it was removed.
Anyways, it fufills Tom Ruegger's dream to make the credits special, since they remind me of Phineas and Ferb how I have to sit through the Disney Channel/Disney XD promos (and commercials) to get the end credits.
Now I really want to see the last break with the Animaniacs end credits.
The DVDs please only the Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network viewers because they don't have what people remember beyond the entertiainment. There's custom episode card bumpers as well. That is one reason I want to see a Fox Kids taping from an original airing of "Animaniacs".
If they ever want to make a Complete Animaniacs or Complete Tiny Toons set, I think they should put the original syndication, Fox Kids, Kids WB and CBS bumpers, or in the case of the Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear set's special features (which writer Earl Kress contributed for), they should play "The Looney Beginning" (TTA's first episode) and "De-Zanatized/The Monkey Song/Nighty Night Toon" (A!'s First Episode) with the orginal airings' bumpers, commercials, and ID's.
That would sell well.
Something like that is not possible in any way shape or form. WB doesn't own those commercials or the IDs and bumpers of the stations that aired these shows.
Originally Posted by DaffyDonaldQW93
It is nice and since 5 years ago I saw this commercial.