Warner Brothers releases more Looney Tunes Movies!

My Thoughts on Looney Tunes Super Stars: Foghorn Leghorn & Friends and Looney Tunes Super Stars: Tweety & Sylvester
My daughter has been on a Looney Tunes kick recently and can’t seem to stop watching them. I love this because it brings back childhood memories of my own. One thing I have found is that it is not easy to find the classics on T.V.  That is why I am so happy that Warner Brothers has released Foghorn Leghorn & Friends as well as Looney Tunes Super Starts: Tweety & Sylvester!
Now my daughter will be able to see some more of the classics first hand instead of just hearing about the characters from me.  Up until now she has watched some old shows on youtube but that will not be needed anymore! I’m so happy!
Here are a couple of the Synopsis that I was sent from Warner Brothers! I hope you enjoy reading them as well as watching the preview videos!

Looney Tunes Super Stars: Foghorn Leghorn & Friends
Synopsis: Foghorn Leghorn, the overgrown, adult rooster with the strong Virginia accent and a penchant for mischief, is featured as the Super Star is these Looney Tunes cartoon shorts.  Watch the diminutive Henery Hawk’s attempts to catch and eat Foghorn, Foghorn’s gags on his canine nemesis Barnyard Dawg and finally the overgrown rooster’s efforts to woo the widowed hen Miss Prissy in this collection of cartoon shorts.  Additionally Foghorn is joined on the disc by some other Looney Friends such as Elmer Fudd and Two Crows.
This second installment of the “Looney Tunes Super Star” series, prominently stars Foghorn Leghorn & some of his Looney Tunes friends – Fans have been asking for more of Foghorn Leghorn so I Say I Say I Say Son here it is!
Looney Tunes Super Stars: Tweety & Sylvester
Synopsis: When Friz Freleng directed 1947’s “Tweetie Pie,” he may not have known he was making history. This, the first pairing of Sylvester the sputtering cat and Tweetie (later Tweety) the wide-eyed canary, won an Academy Award and united a duo that would appear in more than 40 Warner Brothers cartoon shorts by 1962. Sylvester and Tweety earned their studio another Academy Award for 1957’s “Birds Anonymous” and several other Oscar nominations through the years. Generations of Americans have grown up watching Sylvester’s classic, ever-thwarted attempts to catch Tweety. With two of the most famous voices in cartoons, both supplied by Mel Blanc, Sylvester’s sloppy “sufferin succotash” and Tweety’s baby-voiced “I tawt I taw a puddy tat,” Sylvester and Tweety are two of the most quickly identified characters in cartoons. This second installment of the “Looney Tunes Super Star” series prominently stars one of the Looney Tunes franchise’s most popular characters, Tweety!
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I was Not Yet sent a product for the purpose of my  review, However my opinion was used in this review and was not influenced in any way! All thoughts are my own and may vary from others.

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