As you know, the only movies that have not been seen on Boomerang Theater are the LT movies as follows:
- The Bugs Bunny Road-Runner Movie
- The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie
- Bugs Bunny's 1001 Rabbit Tales
- Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island
- Daffy Duck's Quackbusters
- Tweety's High Flying Adventure
- Looney Tunes: Back In Action
- Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas
- Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run
The way I see it, Boomerang should at least squeeze movies starring everybody's favorite wacky bunch, courtesy of WB.
All those in favor of wanting to see LT movies air on Boomerang Theater, say "Aye".
For those who oppose, name the catch.Read more >
You may not care about this but LT shorts such as Rabbit Seasoning and Duck Amuck air on CN or Boomerang with the pitch audio that's highly ear-piercing.
They never bother to show the remastered version of those shorts with the correct pitch on either channel at all and I can't understand why.
I do remember when Boomerang would show the remastered version of Rabbit Seasoning in November 2013. Sadly, that was it.
Any idea why CN or Boomerang won't play remastered versions of any LT short? If you know, please answer.Read more >
Since the death of Mel Blanc, other voice actors have taken over as the new voice of Bugs Bunny.
They include Greg Burson, Jeff Bergman, Billy West, and Joe Alaskey.
Personally, I think Billy West should do the voice justice. He's done well since Space Jam. I loved hearing him again in the webisodes like Toon Marooned.
Who do you think is the #1 modern voice for Bugs Bunny?Read more >
I do enjoy watching Looney Tunes either on Cartoon Network or Boomerang but there are two problems.
1. They always show the same shorts instead of the ones we should see. (I would love to see early Porky Pig shorts and Speedy Gonzales.)
2. They never change the audio from PAL to NTSC for certain shorts like Duck Amuck and Rabbit Seasoning.
If anyone knows the cause to these problems and what it would take to fix them, feel free to write anytime.Read more >