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Enjoyed the episodes, but wish the set was done a little differently

  • Oct 21, 2010
This first volume set for the first season of Tiny Toon Adventures contains three single sided DVDs and one double sided DVD. Personally, I fail to understand why it was decided to do a double sided disc instead of putting five single sided discs in the set.

The set contains thirty-five episodes and one bonus feature. In addition to the first episode, you can see such classic Tiny Toon Adventures episodes as "The Buster Bunny Bunch," "Prom-ise Her Anything," "Cinemaniacs," "You Asked for It Part 1," "Citizen Max," "Buster and the Wolverine," "You Asked for It Part 2," "Fields of Honey," and "A Ditch in Time."

The bonus feature is "From Looney Tunes to Tiny Toons - A Wacky Evolution!" This is a documentary that runs for around 20 minutes, and contains interviews with several members of the production crew, as well as Ruth Clampett (the daughter of legendary Warner Brothers animator Bob Clampett). The documentary talks about the origins of the original Looney Tunes shorts to how Tiny Toon Adventures came to be, and decisions that were made regarding the show. It was an interesting documentary, and really gave an insight into what went on behind the scenes for Tiny Toon Adventures.

If you enjoy Tiny Toon Adventures, then this set is worth picking up and adding to your DVD collection.

I wrote this review after watching a copy of this set that my husband and I purchased.

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