Looney Tunes Leads DVD Packs

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Some fun goodies for kids and kids-at-heart today! The big flippin’ deal this week is Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One (Warner: $26.98). But even though you get two glorious DVDs with 25 mad-cap Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts—Chuck Jones’ Old Glory (1939), Duck Amuck (1953) and What’s Opera, Doc? (1957), Friz Freleng’s Tweetie Pie (’47) and Speedy Gonzales (’55), Bob Clampett’s A Tale of Two Kitties (’42) and Rob McKimson’s Lovelorn Leghorn (’51), to name a few—considering this set came out on Blu-ray last November, we’re pretty sure most of the fans have it. In case you’ve been in a vegetative state for the last year and were unawares though, well, here you go! (July 3)

Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One DVD pack

Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One DVD pack

Also out:

Rocko’s Modern Life: Season Three [Shout! Factory, $19.93] Two-disc set contains all 13 eps of season three of Joe Murray’s popular Nickelodeon toon. (July 3)

Rocko’s Modern Life: Season Three DVD pack

Rocko’s Modern Life: Season Three DVD pack

4 Kids Favorites: The Action Collection [Cartoon Network, $14.99] Four disc set includes Ben 10: Alien Force, Generator Rex, The Secret Saturdays and Bakugan adventures—20 eps total. (July 3)

4 Kids Favorites: The Action Collection DVD pack

4 Kids Favorites: The Action Collection DVD pack

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!: Back to School Two-Pack [Anchor Bay, $19.98] Two full-length DVDs featuring Nick Jr.’s popular cube creature: Wubbzy Goes to School and Go for Gold! (July 3)

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!: Back to School DVD pack

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!: Back to School DVD pack

Dino Dan: Where the Dinosaurs Are [NCircle Ent., $6.99] The live-action/CG adventures of young paleontologist Dan and the dinosaurs he imagines to life—and all the havoc they cause. You’d think he would imagine something less dangerous back into existence. Like the dodo. Or a giant sloth. Kids these days!

Dino Dan: Where the Dinosaurs Are DVD

Dino Dan: Where the Dinosaurs Are DVD

  • http://chipndaleonline.com Ducky

    What’s the difference between this new collection and the golden collections that came out years ago? Just wondering if it’s worth the extra purchase.