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The Looney Tunes Video Show was the first Looney Tunes home video collection.[1] All 19 volumes were released in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Each video tape features seven cartoons, and opens with a plain, static version of The Looney Tunes Video Show title card with the 1955-1964 Merrie Melodies opening music playing over it.

The Looney Tunes Video Show offers a wider range of post-48 cartoons shorts, ranging from the classic years (August 1948- August 1964) to the less popular Dark Age years (October 1964- September 1969). This is the only Looney Tunes VHS collection to include cartoon shorts from the lesser-known DFE (1964-1967) and WB-7A (1967-1969) eras, until the Bugs and Friends European VHS tapes came out in 1997. In terms of picture quality, the prints of the cartoons in each tape tend to appear more inferior than later VHS releases.

Volumes

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Cover Title Cartoons on Tape
De77eb6709a01166509e1110.L Volume 1
The Looney Tunes Video Show 2 Volume 2
The Looney Tunes Video Show 3 Volume 3
Looney Tunes Video Show 4 (Spanish) Volume 4
The Looney Tunes Video Show No 5 VHS Volume 5
Looney-tunes-video-show-no-6-the-26967l Volume 6
Looney-tunes-video-show-no-7-the-15593l Volume 7
Looney-tunes-video-show-no-8-the-15594l Volume 8
W UK10562 LooneyTunesVideoShowNo9The Volume 9
Vhs 4660-1 Volume 10
Vhs 4659 Volume 11
Looney-tunes-video-show-no-12-the-20392l Volume 12
Looney-tunes-video-show-no-13-the-15596l Volume 13
Looney-tunes-video-show-no-14-the-34249l Volume 14
W UK10550 LooneyTunesVideoShowNo15The Volume 15
W UK10551 LooneyTunesVideoShowNo16The Volume 16
W UK10552 LooneyTunesVideoShowNo17The Volume 17
W UK10553 LooneyTunesVideoShowNo18The Volume 18
W UK10554 LooneyTunesVideoShowNo19The Volume 19

Notes

  • The cartoons appearing on The Looney Tunes Video Show volumes 8-19 exist only in PAL format unlike volumes 1-7 where the cartoons exist in both NTSC and PAL formats, due to them originally mastered in 576p resolution.
  • Most of these cartoons from this video collection (along with cartoons coming from the Golden Jubilee VHS tapes) are time-compressed to PAL speed when shown on Cartoon Network/Boomerang in USA (despite being in NTSC countries) for some reason, perhaps for time, although, not likely, because the airings of pre-1948 cartoons air at NTSC speed despite pre-1948 cartoons generally running longer than post-1948 cartoons.

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