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Golden Age LT Vol 1

Laserdisc Cover (Volume 1)

The Golden Age of Looney Tunes was a collection of laser discs released by MGM in the early 1990s. There were five sets made, featuring a number of discs, and each disc side represented a different theme, being made up of seven cartoons per side. The first collection was also released on home video, with each volume representing one disc side. Like many other Looney Tunes home video releases by MGM, this set uses faded 16mm a.a.p. TV prints as MGM/UA and Turner had no access to the original negatives, which were being stored at the Warner Bros. Studios.

With the exception of the Censored Eleven and, in the case of later printings, Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips, every Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies short in the Turner library was released in this collection either as LaserDisc a.a.p. print or dubbed versions which Volume 5, the majority consists of.

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VHS

Cover Title Shorts
The golden age of looney tunes vhs 1
Vol. 1: 1930's Musicals
The golden age of looney tunes vhs 2
Vol. 2: Firsts

Note: One featured cartoon, Daffy Duck and Egghead, technically, was the first Daffy Duck cartoon in color, and the first where the character actually has that name. This was used because Turner did not own the rights to Porky's Duck Hunt.

The golden age of looney tunes vhs 3
Vol. 3: Tex Avery
The golden age of looney tunes vhs 4
Vol. 4: Bob Clampett
The golden age of looney tunes vhs 5
Vol. 5: Chuck Jones
The golden age of looney tunes vhs 6
Vol. 6: Friz Freleng
The golden age of looney tunes vhs 7
Vol. 7: Bugs Bunny By Each Director

Note: This video was recalled due to pressure from a Japanese group because the tape contained "Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips". The 5-tape VHS boxed set was also recalled for the same reason.

The golden age of looney tunes vhs 8
Vol. 8: 1940's Zanies
The golden age of looney tunes vhs 9
Vol. 9: Hooray for Hollywood
The golden age of looney tunes vhs 10
Vol. 10: The Art of Bugs
The golden age of looney tunes vhs boxset
VHS Boxed Set

Note: This boxed set was recalled.

  • Vol. 1: 1930s Musicals / Firsts
  • Vol. 2: Tex Avery / Bob Clampett
  • Vol. 3: Chuck Jones / Friz Freleng
  • Vol. 4: Bugs Bunny By Each Director / 1940s Zanies
  • Vol. 5: Hooray For Hollywood / The Art of Bugs

Laserdisc

Cover Title Shorts
Golden Age LT Vol 1
Vol. 1

Notes: *Some copies of this set have "Racketeer Rabbit" in place of "Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips". One featured cartoon in Volume 1, Side 2 of the set, Daffy Duck and Egghead, technically, was the first Daffy Duck cartoon in color, and the first where the character actually has that name. This was used because Turner did not own the rights to Porky's Duck Hunt. These cartoons were released before the Golden Collections so none of them used original titles for BR reissues. The BR reissues are seen here as the Internet usually has the restored original titles if present.

Side 1: 1930's Musicals


Side 2: Firsts



Side 3: Tex Avery



Side 4: Bob Clampett



Side 5: Chuck Jones



Side 6: Friz Freleng



Side 7: Bugs Bunny by Each Director



Side 8: 1940's Zanies



Side 9: Hooray for Hollywood



Side 10: The Art of Bugs

Golden-Age-of-Looney-Tunes-2-F
Vol. 2

Side 1: Musical Madness



Side 2: Early Wabbits



Side 3: Frank Tashlin



Side 4: Chuck Jones



Side 5: Bob Clampett



Side 6: McKimson & Davis



Side 7: Fables & Fairy Tales



Side 8: The Art of Daffy



Side 9: Best Supporting Players



Side 10: Variations on a Theme

Golden-Age-of-Looney-Tunes-3-F
Vol. 3

Side 1: Harman-Ising



Side 2: Bugs Bunny



Side 3: Chuck Jones



Side 4: Friz Freleng



Side 5: Early Avery



Side 6: Tashlin/Clampett



Side 7: Sports



Side 8: The Evolution of Egghead



Side 9: Porky and Daffy



Side 10: Politically Incorrect

The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vol. 4
Vol. 4

Notes: *The 1940 release version of "A Wild Hare" included on Side 1 of the release had recreated title cards and the original "Carole Lombard" line restored, but had the wrong opening music; uses the 1941-45 opening theme instead of the correct 1939-40 opening theme. The opening from A Gander at Mother Goose was hacked onto the opening title as evident from the WB shield when later restorations in 2008 came out.

Side 1: Bugs Bunny



Side 2: Early Chuck Jones



Side 3: Friz Freleng



Side 4: Cartoon All-Stars



Side 5: Radio Daze



Side 6: Frantic Forties



Side 7: Wacky Blackouts



Side 8: Ben Hardaway & Cal Dalton (and Private Snafu)



Side 9: Sniffles



Side 10: Merrie Melodies

Golden-Age-of-Looney-Tunes-5-F
Vol. 5

Notes *Due to the late release, 1997, and merger of Turner and Time Warner, most of the shorts on this volume are USA dubbed versions. Due to these dubbed version releases, some original ending or BR endings are lost and cannot be found on TV or the internet. However, some have their original ending or BR ending restored to DVD or some have been found in their AAP prints through TV or DVD recordings and releases. They are The Fighting 69 ½th, Toy Town Hall, A Star Is Hatched, I'd Love to Take Orders From You, I Only Have Eyes for You, The Lyin' Mouse, Plenty of Money and You, Little Dutch Plate, Stage Fright, The Mice Will Play and The Sneezing Weasel.

Side 1: Black and White Classics All the cartoons on this side are dubbed, despite most being in PD, although their original prints in fact, do exist, but unlike the 1936-48 cartoons, these cartoons dubbed versions retained their original end cards, only in a smaller screen in the end.



Side 2: Early Avery All of the cartoons on this side are dubbed versions.



Side 3: Freleng Follies All of the cartoons on this side are dubbed versions.



Side 4: Musical Madness



Side 5: Pesky Pets All the cartoons on this side are dubbed versions.



Side 6: Objects D'art All the cartoons on this side are dubbed versions.



Side 7: Animal Antics All the cartoons on this side are dubbed versions.



Side 8: Supplement Material These are not 1995 Turner prints

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