Two of the greatest LOONEY TUNES movies to ever hit the screen are collected on this third volume of animated fun.
THE BUGS BUNNY ROAD RUNNER MOVIE: This definitive collection of works by animation "super-genius" Chuck Jones is an essential document for fans and an enjoyably wacky romp for the uninitiated. Classic cartoon footage is connected via a retired Bugs Bunny (voiced by Mel Blanc), who takes the viewer on a tour of his mansion while discussing the history of "the chase" as a source of entertainment through time. The old footage kicks off with two Marvin the Martian shorts, which showcase Jones's modernistic "space-pad" designs. Daffy Duck appears in "Robin Hood Daffy," followed by the genuinely existential "Duck Amuck." The excellent "What's Opera, Doc?" and "Bully for Bugs" are both included, as are appearances by Pepe Le Pew, Elmer Fudd, and Porky the Pig. The finale is an extended edit of Wile E. Coyote vs. Roadrunner footage, with the tireless canine spending what must be exhorbitant amounts of money on Acme traps and weaponry in his futile efforts to catch his would-be dinner. Children, and anyone else who's ever watched Saturday morning TV, will find this a rewarding collection, while fans of unique, surreal cartoons will value this look into one of animation's great minds.
BUGS BUNNY'S 3RD MOVIE - 1001 RABBIT TALES: While serving as a prisoner to the court of Sultan Sam and his son the Prince of Abadaba, that wascally wabbit Bugs entertains his captors with collection of cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny himself, Daffy Duck, and Yosemite Sam, and in the process introduces several never-before-seen works of animation.