Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies Filmography - Available on DVD and Blu-Ray- Page 7 - Forum.
bigscaries
2019-11-06T03:21:08Z
Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

UPDATE 11/2/19:

Minor update today. I added the three miscellaneous shorts that I mentioned above to the "Miscellaneous" section. I also added the "Spoony Melodies" shorts to the same post, due to them being a precursor to the Merrie Melodies shorts.

Additionally, I added a few direct-to-video releases that featured the Looney Tunes and/or Looney Tunes-related content in them as well.

EDIT: Also added the episodes of "The Bugs Bunny Show" and "The Road Runner Show" that were released as part of the SatAM Cartoons 60s Volume Two set to the TV section. I would add "The Porky Pig Show" and "The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour," but I can't confirm whether or not those are actual episodes or recreations (the latter is likely a recreation, since its only a 1/2 hour rather than a full hour). Also didn't add the bridging sequences of "The Bugs Bunny Show," as none of those feature the full, complete episodes.



"The Porky Pig Show" episodes are indeed Episode 1 (on Disc 1 of my 1960-1980s set) and Episode 3 (on Disc 2) of the original series, as far as I can tell. "The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour" is pieced together with shorts that were never together in any one original episode.
Looney Tunes Fan
2019-11-15T02:25:54Z
Thanks bigscaries for the info, I added the info to the filmography (and apologies for not replying back to you sooner!) :)

In addition to the above, I've also added a note regarding the upcoming "4 Kids Favorites: Looney Tunes Movies" DVD set to the first post, added the upcoming "Looney Tunes Parodies Collection" DVD to the filmography (features three new-to-DVD shorts, "Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk," "Rabbitson Crusoe," and "Hare-Abian Nights." Woo!), and re-arranged the order of the releases underneath the three 2010 CGI Road Runner shorts to better reflect which releases are the best overall. 🙂
Looney Tunes Fan
2019-12-22T01:17:20Z
UPDATE 12/21/19:

Added "Duck Dodgers: The Complete Third Season - Warner Archive Collection" DVD release to the filmography.

I also added an unfinished theatrical Bugs Bunny short that came to my attention recently: Your Bunny or Your Life (an animatic exists and was eventually turned into a "Wabbit/New Looney Tunes" short).

Here's the animatic in case anyone's interested! :)

https://vimeo.com/125736213 
Looney Tunes Fan
2020-01-09T23:19:05Z
UPDATE 1/9/20:

Relatively minor update. Added the upcoming standalone DVD release of "Daffy Duck's Egg-citement" to the filmography. In addition to the special, it'll include "Easter Yeggs" and "Golden Yeggs" (added the DVD release to those two titles as well).
tashlinfan44
2020-01-12T01:15:33Z
Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

UPDATE 1/9/20:

Relatively minor update. Added the upcoming standalone DVD release of "Daffy Duck's Egg-citement" to the filmography. In addition to the special, it'll include "Easter Yeggs" and "Golden Yeggs" (added the DVD release to those two titles as well).



Where did you hear that this special is getting a stand-alone release?
PopKorn Kat
2020-01-12T02:38:18Z
Originally Posted by: tashlinfan44 

Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

UPDATE 1/9/20:

Relatively minor update. Added the upcoming standalone DVD release of "Daffy Duck's Egg-citement" to the filmography. In addition to the special, it'll include "Easter Yeggs" and "Golden Yeggs" (added the DVD release to those two titles as well).



Where did you hear that this special is getting a stand-alone release?



I'm not OP, but the Bugs Bunny Video Guide  mentioned it on January 8th.
Kristjan
2020-01-13T19:39:16Z
Regarding the TV series section, I must say its confusing,

I would think it would make more sense to group each series together even include every episode of each show.
Looney Tunes Fan
2020-01-21T02:20:10Z
Yup, I heard about the Daffy Duck's Egg-citement standalone release through the Bugs Bunny Video Guide. Sorry about that, should have made that clear. Thank you PopKorn Kat for posting the source link!

Originally Posted by: Kristjan 

Regarding the TV series section, I must say its confusing,

I would think it would make more sense to group each series together even include every episode of each show.



Yeah, I definitely see where you're coming from and I apologize for the confusing layout. However, not only do I not have the time that I used to dedicate towards this, I'm not entirely sure if it's entirely feasible to list every episode of every show, due to lack of space. Given the small amount of releases for TV shows and their typical grouping by season, I'm not sure if it's even necessary to do so. I can still try and re-write some portions to make things a bit clearer though, such as what episodes #'s are on each set and such. I hope that's alright and I thank you (and everyone else on here!) for supporting this filmography! 🙂
nickramer
2020-01-21T21:05:34Z
You sure there's going to be a DVD release? I didn't find a product page on Amazon. Or is this a Warner Archive exclusive?
Looney Tunes Fan
2020-01-22T03:10:01Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

You sure there's going to be a DVD release? I didn't find a product page on Amazon. Or is this a Warner Archive exclusive?



As far as I'm aware, it's a regular retail release. The above Bugs Bunny Video Guide link has cover art for the release and everything. Not sure why Amazon doesn't have a page for it yet, but it's supposed to come out on February 18th.
bigscaries
2020-01-22T03:53:41Z
Speaking of the Bugs Bunny Video Guide, it maintains a page listing all known instances in which cartoons have been released as bonus features  on WB discs, a few of which this thread has missed including some cartoons on Blu-ray which are listed as DVD-only on here.
Looney Tunes Fan
2020-02-06T01:13:16Z
Originally Posted by: bigscaries 

Speaking of the Bugs Bunny Video Guide, it maintains a page listing all known instances in which cartoons have been released as bonus features  on WB discs, a few of which this thread has missed including some cartoons on Blu-ray which are listed as DVD-only on here.



Sorry for replying late to this, but thank you for the info! I'll try my best to add them to the filmography in the coming weeks! :)

Just a minor update today: turns out the 1943 "Super-Rabbit" cartoon is not included on the Looney Tunes Parodies Collection DVD set. Instead, it's the Season Two "The Looney Tunes Show" episode of the same title. I've swapped that around on the filmography. I also made some additional changes to the "TV Shows" section to make things more clear. 🙂