Premieres July 8, 2021 on HBO Max.
This 11-minute episode from the new series “Looney Tunes Cartoons” features new shorts starring Tweety and Sylvester, Bugs and Elmer, and Daffy Duck.
The series will be available exclusively on HBO Max, a new streaming service launching May 27, 2020.
Premieres May 27 on HBO Max, a new streaming service.
50 Looney Tunes cartoons are making their Blu-ray Disc debut in “Looney Tunes: Platinum Collection Volume 1,” scheduled for release November 15. This collections is limited and numbered and includes the following:
– Character collectible glass featuring Bugs Bunny
– Souvenir tin sign magnet featuring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck
– Framed litho cel featuring various Looney Tunes characters
– Certificate of authenticity
– Digibook with rare images and cartoon guide by historian Jerry Beck
This collections is derived from the original negatives and the shorts have been digitally restored and remastered.
Check out a complete listing of content after the break.
To celebrate the recently launched Looney Tunes YouTube and Twitter pages, weâ€™re giving away a Tweety Bird prize pack. The YouTube channel showcases some of the best moments from the series featuring Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Speedy Gonzales, and many others. In addition, the Looney Tunes Twitter page features Looney Tunes trivia, games, fun facts, and giveaways.
Here’s what the Tweety Bird Prize Pack includes:
Â· Makeup Bag
Â· 3D Glasses
Â· USB Flash Drive
Â· Child’s T-Shirt
Â· Makeup Compact
Â· Havaianas Flip Flops
To enter, send an email to theanimationblog at gmail.com with the subject “Tweety Bird Giveaway” and you will automatically be entered.
- NOTE: This giveaway is open to residents of the United States only.
A winner will be randomly chosen on Valentine’s Day, Monday, February 14, 2011. The winner will then have 48 hours to respond with mailing address. Failure to do so will result in a second random drawing until a winner is confirmed.
Martha Sigall was 92 when this video was recorded. She worked in animation for 53 years and when she was 88, published Living Life inside the lines: Tales from the golden age of animation. In 2005, she was given a Lifetime Achievement Annie award.