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MISC. LOONEY TUNES VIDEOS



Collections of cartoons are not the only things released by Warner Home Video with Bugs and friends. Warner Home Video has also released a few made-for-video tapes featuring the Looney Tunes characters. These videos are aimed towards the youngest possible audience and are usually avoided by cartoon video collectors. The only reason they are listed in this guide is to make it as complete as possible.

1997 saw the release of three educational BUGS BUNNY'S LEARNING ADVENTURES which blended Looney Tunes characters with live-action footage of wild animals. In 1998, Warner Home Video launched a series of WARNER BROS. SING-ALONG videos.


BUGS BUNNY'S LEARNING ADVENTURES: BUGS BUNNY'S ELEPHANT PARADE

Educational video featuring Bugs and other Looney Tunes characters mixed with live action footage of wild animals.


BUGS BUNNY'S LEARNING ADVENTURES: BUGS BUNNY'S FUNKY MONKEYS

Educational video featuring Bugs and other Looney Tunes characters mixed with live action footage of wild animals.


BUGS BUNNY'S LEARNING ADVENTURES: BUGS BUNNY'S SILLY SEALS

Educational video featuring Bugs and other Looney Tunes characters mixed with live action footage of wild animals.


WARNER BROS. SING-ALONG: LOONEY TUNES

Redubbed footage from "Show Biz Bugs" links together songs made for this video and songs from the shorts, all in sing-along format.

Note: Don't be fooled! Don't expect to see unedited cartoons on this video. "The Three Little Bops" and "The Rabbit of Seville" are both incomplete and missing lots of footage (we don't even get to see the Wolf learning he's "gotta get hot to play real cool"!).

WARNER BROS. SING-ALONG: QUEST FOR CAMELOT

Songs from the Warner film Quest For Camelot, and more redubbed Looney Tunes footage from "Robin Hood Daffy", "Lumberjack Rabbit" and others.



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