Looney Tunes All Stars, Vol. 1Closed Captioning
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Anything is possible with this volume of unforgettable animals, brought to you by the masters of animation. Warner Bros. presents volume one of the Looney Tunes All Stars. These loveable characters may not be as well known as Bugs Bunny or Daffy Duck, but they will charm you just the same. Shuffle along with Sam Sheepdog in "Don't Give Up the Sheep," sing a song with Owl Jolson in "I Love to Sing," or make one up for Michigan J. Frog after watching "One Froggy Evening." Cover your nose and prance with that silly skunk Pepe Le Pew, whose escapades include "Odor-able Kitty" and "For Scent-imental Reasons." Want more action? Join the Honeymousers on an all-new adventure, or see what the Three Little Pigs mean by "Pigs in a Polka." Best of all, you don't have to be a hypochondriac to relate to "The Hypo-Chondri-Cat" himself, Claude Cat. Bet you're purring already!
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Trial of Mr. Wolf / Three Little Bops||The case of the Big Bad Wolf vs. Little Red Riding Hood is presented to a jury of wolves. Directed by: Friz Freleng / The story of the Three Little Pigs with a modern Looney Tunes sound. Directed by: Friz Freleng||13:52||$2.49||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoI Love to Singa / The Coo Coo Nut Groove||Professor Fritz Owl, Looney Tunes music instructor, hangs his prejudices out in front of his tree on a sign: "teacher of voice, piano & violin, BUT - NO JAZZ!" His youngest child starts singing jazz and the Owl throws him out of the house. Momma Owl calls the police to look for her son after he leaves. The baby Owl stumbles upon a radio station holding an amateur contest which he enters. Once his parents hear him on the radio Fritz Owl changes his mind. Directed by: Tex Avery / The Coo Coo Nut Groove--A variety of movie stars as animals play out gags at the posh Hollywood nightspot, the Coo Coo Nut Grove. Directed by: Friz Freleng||14:58||$2.49||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoMouse Wreckers / The Hypo-chondri-cat||Looney Tunes' Hubie and Bertie are determined to live in the house that Claude Cat lives in. They drive Claude so crazy that he ends up sleeping outside so they have the house all to themselves. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / The mice Hubie and Bertie enter a new home and warm themselves by the fireplace until they are chased by the house cat, Claude. Claude is a hypochondriac, afraid of catching cold, who takes pills and bundles up. The mice use the power of suggestion to make Claude feel worse and even to make him think he's dead. Directed by: Charles M. Jones||14:14||$2.49||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoCheese Chasers / Dough Ray Me-ow||Herbie and Bertie decide that there's nothing else to live for after they eat enough cheese to feed a mouse for 2000 years. They spend all their time trying to convince a suspicious cat to eat them. A memorable Looney Tunes tale ensues. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / A clumsy cat by the name of Heathcliff inherits his owner's fortune but the pet parrot wants it all to himself. Heathcliff is tricked into doing various things by the parrot that are meant to kill him, but the parrot just can't succeed. Directed by: Arthur Davis||14:35||$2.49||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoOne Froggy Evening / The Dover Boys||A poor man finds a singing frog in his building and takes him to a talent agent so he can try to make money off him. The frog doesn't sing in front of an audience so eventually the man puts the frog in another building. Years later another man finds a singing frog who he thinks will make him a lot of money, but he has found the same frog. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / The Dover Boys are the most popular fellows at Pimento University. They are playing hide and seek with Dainty Dora Standpipe, when she gets kidnapped. It's up to the Dover Boys to rescue her. A classic Looney Tunes caper. Directed by: Charles M. Jones||15:49||$2.49||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoLumber Jerks / The Honey-Mousers||As the Looney Tunes Gophers prepare for winter their tree is moved to a local saw mill. As their tree is being grinded in the mill they make a quick escape to safety. Their tree is made into furniture so they follow the delivery truck and take back everything that was made from their tree. They design a new home consisting of chairs, tables, and dressers. Directed by: Friz Freleng / The Honey-Mousers are starved for food and the cat stands between them and the refrigerator. Ralph and his friend concoct no end of unsuccessful cat-passing techniques. The best being a trojan dog made from a barrel. Directed by: Robert McKimson||14:01||$2.49||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Aristo Cat / Feed the Kitty||A pampered cat by the name of Pussy is left to fend for himself when his owner and servant abandon him. Alone, Pussy learns what it means to be a real cat as he faces threats from tricky mice and a loud dog. A classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Marc Anthony, the ferocious bellowing bulldog, is reduced to a softie by a little affectionate cat. Marc Anthony wants to take it home but his owner says "not one more thing" and so he must sneak the kitten around. Directed by: Charles M. Jones||14:40||$2.49||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoOdor-able Kitty / For Scent-imental Reasons||A tomcat dresses up like a skunk because he thinks it will be easier to get food that way. What he actually does is attract the attention of Pepe LePew who chases him all over the land. Finally Pepe's wife and children show up to take him home and the tomcat decides it's better to be himself and be hungry. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Pepe LePew walks into a perfume shop to sniff the various perfumes. The shopkeeper recruits a cat to fight him off, but Pepe ends up falling in love with the cat when it picks up a white stripe. Another hilarious Looney Tunes love story. Directed by: Charles M. Jones||14:11||$2.49||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoSteal Wool / Don't Give Up the Sheep||Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog punch in at work together. Ralph's job is to try and steal the sheep while Sam's job is to protect them. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Sam Sheepdog punches in for work, counts the sheep, and sets about his job of watching them. But Ralph Wolf has plans of his own… A Looney Tunes favorite. Directed by: Charles M. Jones||13:54||$2.49||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoA Bear for Punishment / Pigs In a Polka||It's father's day in the Three Bears household, and Paw Bear has quite a frustrating time trying to avoid his son's unrelenting passion for loving his father. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / A Looney Tunes parody of the "Three Little Pigs" set to classical music a la Fantasia. Directed by: Friz Freleng||15:04||$2.49||View in iTunes|
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Remember 45 RPM records, where when you went out to buy a great song, but in order to get it you had to buy a junky song on side B that you didn't really want? Well, Warner Brothers still haven't caught on to this whole "internet" thing---they're still marketing like it's 1958. I've downloaded many of the great '50s-era Looney Tune episodes from iTunes like "One Froggy Evening" and in almost every case I've been forced to buy 40s-era junk like "The Dover Boys". "Robin Hood Daffy" was paired with the horrible "Book Review". Almost every time I try to buy a classic episode I'm stuck buying garbage I don't want.
THE DOVER BOYS AT PIMENTO UNIVERSITY! One of the all-time greats in the world of Looney Tunes! It is definitely "of its time", but hilarious none the less. If you only end up sampling one of these Looney Tunes pairings, make it that one.
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