Flash Post: What’s Up Doc?

What It Is: A three-disc Blu-Ray collection of 50 classic Looney Tunes cartoons from the 40s and 50s, a bucketful of special features, and tons of fun extras including a collectible shot glass and litho cel.
Who It’s For: My gut instinct is my parents, because they’re longtime fans of the series (my mom has a soft spot for Daffy Duck). But even new parents might enjoy introducing their kiddies to the classic, oh-so-charmingly politically incorrect antics of Bugs & co.
What It Costs: You can buy it in-stores for $86, but I found it on Amazon.ca for $54.93.
Where It’s At: Basically anywhere that sells DVDs and the like. HMV, Best Buy, Indigo, et al are all good places to look.

7 Responses to “Flash Post: What’s Up Doc?”
  1. Dreena says:

    We love Looney Tunes! Classic. Grew up with it and my son likes it as well. Thanks for the information.
    Cheers. #cgg

  2. I can’t believe the humor on Looney Tunes cartoons. They were absolutely classic! So different than what kids watch today. #cgg

  3. Anne Taylor says:

    Love Looney Tunes! I’m going to date myself, but I remember when my dad bought our first colour tv (the new thing in those days) and I saw the Tazmanian Devil and he was brown! I was so used to seeing him in black and white lol #cgg

  4. I’d love a chance to introduce my son to classic cartoons this way. Sure beats the heck out of what they have on Netflix. Take that, Backyardigans!


  5. Sophia says:

    Total nostalgia! I love Taz! #cgg

  6. Susan says:

    That was a little trip back in time! #CGG

  7. Huguette E. says:

    Great set! Love them as we grew up, would be great to share with my kids! #cgg

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