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The Looney Tunes Video Show was the first series of Looney Tunes videos from Warner Home Video. A series of seven videos were released in 1982 in clamshell cases showing Bugs Bunny standing on a stage in front of a curtain with various other characters (Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Tweety, Sylvester, Daffy, Elmer, and Porky) in the background. Volumes four through seven were never released in the United States, only in Canada and other countries. They are now extremely hard to find. In 1989 the first three volumes were reissued in new packaging, now showing Bugs, Sylvester, Daffy, Porky, Tweety, Tasmanian Devil, and Road Runner in the Looney Tunes circles. These three were discontinued in 1999. Thanks to Kevin McCorry for the contents of volumes four through seven.

A special edition of Volume 1 was released in 1985 as a mail-in offer from Trix breakfast cereal.

Time-Life Video offered a mail-order set of Looney Tunes videotapes during the early 1990s. It was called "The Looney Tunes Collection" and consisted of the Golden Jubilee, Cartoon Cavalcade, and Looney Tunes Video Show videotapes. Some of these videotapes were packaged with different artwork than the versions offered in stores. Pictures of titles with different covers are available below (follow the links). Time-Life Video no longer offers this set.


THE LOONEY TUNES VIDEO SHOW #1

"Devil May Hare"
"Birds of a Father"
"The Ducksters"
"Zipping Along"
"Mexicali Shmoes"
"Ant Pasted"
"Room and Bird"

Note: Originally released in 1982, rereleased in 1989. Also released as a mail-in offer from Trix cereal in 1985 and as part of Time-Life's Looney Tunes Collection.

Click here to see the front cover of the original 1982 Looney Tunes Video Show #1

Click here to see the 1985 Trix version of Looney Tunes Video Show #1

Click here to see the Time-Life Looney Tunes Collection version of Looney Tunes Video Show #1


THE LOONEY TUNES VIDEO SHOW #2

"14 Carrot Rabbit"
"Quackodile Tears"
"All Fowled Up"
"An Egg Scramble"
"Cats and Bruises"
"Two Scents Worth"
"The Hole Idea"

Note: Originally released in 1982, rereleased in 1989. Also released as part of Time-Life's Looney Tunes Collection.

Click here to see the Time-Life Looney Tunes Collection version of Looney Tunes Video Show #2


THE LOONEY TUNES VIDEO SHOW #3

"8 Ball Bunny"
"Quacker Tracker"
"Scaredy Cat"
"A Fractured Leghorn"
"Louvre Come Back to Me"
"Feline Frame-Up"
"Double or Mutton"

Note: Originally released in 1982, rereleased in 1989. Also released as part of Time-Life's Looney Tunes Collection.

Click here to see the front cover of the original 1982 Looney Tunes Video Show #3
Click here to see the back cover of the original 1982 Looney Tunes Video Show #3

Click here to see the Time-Life Looney Tunes Collection version of Looney Tunes Video Show #3


THE LOONEY TUNES VIDEO SHOW #4

"Ain't She Tweet"
"The Astroduck"
"Backwoods Bunny"
"Heaven Scent"
"Pests For Guests"
"Lighthouse Mouse"
"Don't Give Up the Sheep"

Note: This video was not released in the United States.

Click here to see a bigger image of this rare video.

No Image Available THE LOONEY TUNES VIDEO SHOW #5

"Tugboat Granny"
"Stork Naked"
"The Fastest With the Mostest"
"Forward March Hare"
"Feather Dusted"
"China Jones"
"Odor of the Day"

Note: This video was not released in the United States.

No Image Available THE LOONEY TUNES VIDEO SHOW #6

"Feather Bluster"
"Lickety-Splat!"
"Bowery Bugs"
"Daffy Rents"
"Dough For the Do-Do"
"Heir Conditioned"
"A Scent of the Matterhorn"

Note: This video was not released in the United States.

No Image Available THE LOONEY TUNES VIDEO SHOW #7

"A-Lad-in His Lamp"
"Beep, Beep!"
"Honey's Money"
"Weasel Stop"
"Don't Axe Me"
"Muzzle Tough"
"The Egg-Cited Rooster"

Note: This video was not released in the United States.


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