: Michael Kerner
Tunes : Spotlight Collection 1-2
I really enjoy a whole lot of classic animation that
has been coming back to the mainstream recently on video.
It has happened with classic cartoons like The Jetsons,
The Flintstones, Wacky Races, but also the legendary
animated cartoons from Warner Brothers. They truly brought
out so much zaniness to peoples' live that really hasn't
been seen anywhere else. The two Golden Collections
that've been released since last year, have really done
extraordinarily well. Unfortunately, even though they
are good, they have made a pair of lackluster, cheaper
collections that really are more for people on budgets
that really acn't afford the bigger, better golden collections.
The Looney Tunes Spotlight Collections: 1 & 2, is
a compilation from over 50 classic Warner Brother cartoons.
The animation on these collections have been remastered
well, and include some remarkable cartoons that feature
classic characters including Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig,
Daffy Duck and Tweety & Sylvester. The collection
includes cartoons like The Great Piggy Bank Robbery,
the spin off of Friz Freleng's Rhapsody Rabbit Baton
Bunny, A Broken Leghorn with Foghorn Leghorn, and the
legendary Chuck Jones masterpiece What's Opera Doc?
The animation and the clips about these cartoons fair
very well, and have been remastered well, but doesn't
really measure up to the feel of the Golden Collections.
The Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection: 1 & 2 is
fair, but doesn't compare to the two-pack of the two
Looney Tunes Golden Collection editions that Warner
Brothers released. I honestly don't suggest this Spotlight
Collection double pack, unless you really aren't interested
in all of the first two discs from both Golden Collections.