Suffering succotash! The Looney Tunes are back! Fans of all ages can experience Warner Bros.’ golden era of animation when Bugs Bunny, Road Runner, Tweety & Sylvester and all their friends return in another exciting installment of The Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Two, a 4-disc set and The Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection Volume Two, a 2-disc set. The highly anticipated follow-ups to the Volume One collections released last year will be available in stores November 2.

The Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Two will be available for $64.92 DVD (SRP) and The Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection Volume Two will be available for $26.99 DVD (SRP). Both titles will include an enormous collection of dazzling, classic cartoon shorts as well as a wealth of fascinating special features.

"We are extremely pleased with consumer response to last year’s Volume One editions and we are delighted to release another installment of our most famous animated classics," commented Christine Martinez, WHV Vice President Non-theatrical Franchise Marketing. She added, "We think both The Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Two and The Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection Volume Two will be a hit with everyone from experienced animation buffs to young kids who are seeing these cartoons for the first time. These are quintessential cartoons that millions of people around the world have grown up with and loved and we think they will jump at the chance to possess all their favorites to share with generations to come."

The Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Two will be available in a four-disc set, and contains 60 cartoon shorts, 4 more than Volume One, that have been beautifully restored and re-mastered to their original, uncut presentation. Each disc in the collection features 15 animated classics and is dedicated to a different Looney Tunes star and their celebrated pals. Disc one entitled Bugs Bunny Masterpieces is devoted to the charismatic, carrot-crunching hare and features classics such as The Big Snooze, Broomstick Bunny, Bugs Bunny Rides Again and many others. On disc two, Road Runner and Friends features the fast-paced adventures of the quick-witted Road Runner and his unrelenting nemesis Wyle E. Coyote in such favorites as Beep Beep, Going Going Gosh and Zipping Along. Disc three is dedicated to another famous pair of animated adversaries Tweety & Sylvester and Friends and features the dueling duo in such popular shorts as Bad Ol’ Puddy Tat, All Abird-r-r-d, Room and Bird as well as many others. The last disc in the series, All Stars: On Stage & Screen, is jam packed with an assortment of popular cartoon favorites such as Back Alley Uproar, Book Revue, Corny Concerto and many others.

Exclusive bonus DVD features include:

- Commentaries

Behind-the-scenes featurettes

- 1985 documentary "Bugs Bunny’s All Star 50th Anniversary" (Part 1 and 2)

- 1962 pilot "The Adventures of The Road Runner"

- 2004 short "Daffy Duck for President"

- 1949 short "So Much for Little"

- 1952 short "Orange Blossoms for Violet"

- Music only tracks

The Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection Volume Two will be available in a two-disc set containing 30 re-mastered and re-stored cartoon shorts featuring a variety of Looney Tunes stars in such celebrated classics as Kitty Kornered, Duck Soup to Nuts, Porky in Wackyland, I Love to Singa, Rhapsody Rabbit and many more. Each disc includes a fascinating How to Draw special feature, which will bring out the artist in any viewer. The 30 cartoons on The Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection Volume Two are also included on The Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Two.

Brian B. at Movieweb
Brian B.