The Golden Age of Looney Tunes
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.
With the exception of the Censored Eleven, every Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies short in the Turner library was released in this collection.
- The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Boxset.JPG
VHS Boxset (Covers the shorts of the Volume 1 Laserdisc)
|Vol. 1: 1930'S Musicals|
|Vol. 2: Firsts|
|Vol. 3: Tex Avery|
|Vol. 4: Bob Clampett|
|Vol. 5: Bob Clampett|
|Vol. 6: McKimson & Davis|
|Vol. 7: Fables & Fairy Tales||
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.
|Vol. 8: 1940's Zanies|
|Vol. 9: Hooray for Hollywood|
|Vol. 10: The Art of Bugs|
|VHS Boxed Set||
Note: This boxed set was recalled.