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Cartoons That Never Go Out Of Style

Bugs, Daffy, Sweety and Sylvester will have you in stitches!
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Go to the future with George, Jane, Judy and Elroy!
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Mickey, Donald, Goofy and Chip N Dale are wacky in the Classic Cartoon Favorites!
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Long before SpongeBob moved into his pineapple under the sea, Bugs Bunny, George Jetson and Mickey Mouse ruled TV and movie screens and entertained kids everywhere. Now, they're back with tons of other characters in three timeless collections that your parents and grandparents might even remember! Read on to get the goods on these awesome cartoon DVDs!

Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Two

Join Bugs Bunny, Road Runner, Tweety and Sylvester and all their friends in this four-disc collection. In 60 restored cartoons, the Looney Tunes get themselves into tons of wacky situations that will really have you laughing. You'll also get a chance to watch Behind-the-Tunes featurettes, opening sequences from the shows, a Bugs Bunny 50th Anniversary TV Special, The Adventures of Road Runner TV pilot, the new cartoon, Daffy Duck for President, and more!

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The Jetsons - The Complete First Season

Hanna-Barbera took you back to the prehistoric days with the Flintstones and then to the future with The Jetsons, now on DVD. Join George, Jane, Judy, Elroy, Astro, Rosie and Mr.Spacely as they zip around Orbit City in flying cars. This four-disc set is packed with all 24 episodes from season one, along with show commentary, character bios, a tribute to Rosie the Robotic Maid, history of the show and a look at the Jetsons' futuristic inventions.

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Walt Disney's Classic Cartoon Favorites

Loved Finding Nemo and The Incredibles? Check out where it all began with the original stars of Disney! Each disc contains over an hour of laughs from classic Walt Disney characters in a collection of their best animated short cartoons. Join Mickey on a Hawaiian Holiday (Vol.1), Donald with Interior Decorator (Vol.2), Goofy in The Art of Skiing (Vol.3) and Chip 'n' Dale in Working for Peanuts (Vol.4) - and lots more!

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    JennyD

    JennyD wrote:

    Spongebob and Tom and Jerry
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    i love looney tunes and tom and jerry
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