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Looney Tunes: Platinum Collection 1 [Reino Unido] [Blu-ray]
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50 of some of the greatest Looney Tunes cartoon are together for the first time on Blu-rayTM. Releasing in a digibook with rare images and cartoon guide by historian Jerry Beck. This collections is derived has been digitally restored and remastered. This 3 disc collection contain some of the franchiseas most enduring shorts featuring all your favorite Looney Tune Characters! Disc 1: features 25 classics from the immortals: Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Road Runner, and Wile E. Coyote and more Disc 2: 25 shorts featuring One-Shot Classics and the complete collection for each of the following characters: Marvin the Martian, Tasmanian Devil, Witch Hazel, Marc Anthony & Ralph Phillips Disc 3: Contains over 5 hours* of content saluting animator Chuck Jones, insightful documentaries and rare shorts from Jones and others!
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En cuanto a la imagen, tan solo se puede decir que es un dvd muy limpio, pero de remasterización, nada de nada.
Lo peor viene en audio y subtitulos.
El audio en cuaquier idioma es 1.0 a 192 kbt; muy muy pobre. En español, han sido reedoblados para la ocasión y las voces no tienen nada que ver con las que hemos escuchado mientras creciamos. Es un español neutro, tirando a latino y con muy poca gracia.
Pero a estas alturas lo que apetecia es poder escuchar la voz del "Gran Mel" y verlos en V.O. subtitulados. Pues bien, los subtitulos para los cortos, están disponibles en inglés y alemán, para sordos y en francés (los grandes beneficiados con esta edición). De español, nada de nada. Seguimos sin existir para la mayoria de las distribuidoras.
Solo recomiendo la compra a todo aquel que quiera regalarselo a un niño que jamás haya tenido la oportunidad de disfrutar de estos clásicos.
Para coleccionistas nostálgicos, da ganas de llorar como un niño con la desilusión que te llevas.
A seguir tirando de las ediciones dvd hasta que decidan gastarse la pasta en remasterizar y sacar una edición en condiciones.
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So first off, its contents. Why Amazon doesn't list this info is beyond me. This is a collection of 50 vintage Warner Brothers cartoons, many of which are classics.
The Old Grey Hare
8 Ball Bunny
Rabbit of Seville
What's Opera Doc?
The Great Piggy Bank Robbery
A Pest in the House
The Scarlet Pumpernickel
Robin Hood Daffy
A Tale of Two Kitties
Fast and Furry-ous
For Scent-imental Reasons
One Froggy Evening
Three Little Bops
I Love to Singa
The Dover Boys at Pimento University
The Hasty Hare
Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century
Hare-Way to the Stars
Mad as a Mars Hare
Devil May Hare
Ducking the Devil
Bill of Hare
Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare
A Witch's Tangled Hare
A-Haunting We Will Go
Feed the Kitty
Kiss Me Kat
From A to Z-Z-Z-Z
All of your favorite characters are here (Bugs, Marvin, Foghorn, Taz, Wile E. Coyote, Daffy, and so on), and some of the greatest American cartoons ever (Duck Amuck, What's Opera Doc) are here. Of course, when a studio has a library as extensive as Warner Brothers', it seems likely that no single collection is likely to contain all of the classics. Missing from this collection are some unforgettable cartoons like Rabbit Seasoning, Duck! Rabbit, Duck! and A Sheep in the Deep, but all-in all this is an amazing collection of great old cartoons. They're remastered beautifully and are a sight to behold.
If you want your kids to grow up with an appreciation of Chuck Jones and Mel Blanc (that's why I bought this), then you can't do better than this amazing collection.
***** - the discs
This review may seem contradictory, this is a five-star set of cartoons presented in a five-star Blu-ray release, and I have to rate this set on those merits. But there are some things not five-star for those of us who have been collecting the Golden Collections on DVD.
O.K, , you are probably saying "These Looney Tunes Blu-ray titles seem familiar", that is because just about all of them have been released on the DVD Golden, Oscar, & Superstars Collections. Why? Because when they were restored for those Collections they were restored in Hi-Definition 1080p, so Warner had an easy Blu-ray release here with out spending much money for new film transfers.
This means that unlike the "Wow" effect we got when we first saw the Golden Collection DVDs after watching washed out Laserdiscs & VHS tapes, this time we will see the same film transfers with improved restoration in 1080p resolution. I have seen the Blu-ray presentations of "Rabbit Hood" and "I Love to Singa" and they look nice, but you will need a rather large HD-TV to notice any kind of improvement over the Golden Collection DVDs. "I Love to Singa" still looks grainy & has negative dust just like the Golden Collection DVDs.
One BIG improvement is with BABY BOTTLENECK, the original film transfer has undergone further restoration work to reduce the grain seen in the older DVD. There is still grain, but it is a big improvement.
Warner did spend some money to make a few new Hi-Def transfers for titles not previously on DVD:
Lovelorn Leghorn - Foghorn Leghorn - only available previously on VHS
Hasty Hare - Bugs Bunny & Marvin Martian - previously available on the Laserdisc "Looney Tunes After Dark"
Hare-way To The Stars - Bugs Bunny & Marvin Martian - previously available on the Laserdisc "Looney Tunes After Dark"
Bill of Hare - Bugs Bunny & Tasmanian Devil - previously available on the Laserdisc "Stars of Space Jam"
A Witches Tangled Hare - Bugs Bunny & Witch Hazel - only available previously on VHS.
Feline Frame-up - previously available on the Laserdisc "Assorted Nuts"
Disc #3 (Presented in STANDARD DEFINITION unless noted)
Marvin Martian in the 3rd Dimension (1996) - non-anamorphic letterboxed small screen presentation.
Father of the Bird - Foghorn Leghorn (1997)
Museum Scream - Tweety & Sylvester (2003) - High Defenition, anamorphic widescreen
And some Chuck Jones productions:
Hell Bent for Election (1944)
Hitch In time (1955) - High defenition
The Door (with Bill Cosby 1968)
It is puzzling, and disappointing that disc #3 is mostly in STANDARD DEFINITION Blu-ray, with noticeable scan lines. It is obviously hobbled together quickly to give this set a third disc. I saw only three Hi-Definition cartoons on disc #3: "A Hitch In Time" (1955), "90 Day Wondering" (1955) and in anamorphic widescreen "Museum Scream" (2003). "Superior Duck" also looks good like it might be in Hi-Definition but it clocks in with the other standard definition cartoons. "Marvin Martian in the 3rd Dimension" (1996) is a real disappointment in standard definition, it is letterboxed and not anamorphic, the picture is really shrunk down. I was also looking forward to seeing "The Dot and The Line" as well as "The Bear That Wasn't" in Hi-definition, but that was not to be here. Maybe if a Chuck Jones MGM Cartoon set comes out in Blu-ray we may see true Di-Definition presentations of those cartoons then.
So if you have all of the DVD Golden Collections, The Oscar Winners & Nominees collection, and the Superstars Collections, you will likely only be buying this for the 6 newly restored cartoons on discs 1 & 2.
I guess a direct re-release of the Golden Collections on Blu-ray would have sold less than a Blu-ray collection featuring 6 new titles not previously on DVD.
Notice that there are only 50 classic cartoons here, the old Golden Collection DVDs had 60 cartoons per set. So it will take more Blu-ray sets to cover the same quantity of cartoons as the old DVD sets.
** If you are trying to decide between the expensive "Ultimate Collector's Edition" and the regular edition, there is really nothing "Ultimate" about the "Ultimate Edition". The Ultimate edition adds a Bugs Bunny shot glass (yes you heard me Bugs Bunny is promoting alcoholic drinking) and a certificate of authenticity (like we are worried about bootleg Blu-rays), a tin with a picture on it and a matted lithograph. I think reproductions of the cartoon lobby cards that appear shrunken in the booklet would have been a better deal.
Save your money & get the basic version, the discs are the same.**
At least something is being released for the animation fans again by Warner Home Video. If you can afford it, lets support this Hi-Def project and keep some new titles coming out.
***UPDATE ABOUT THE DVDS***
The Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 1 release was originally a Blu-ray ONLY release, and this review pertains to the Blu-Ray discs only.
Due to popular request, Warner Home Video later released a standard DVD 2-disc version which did not include the bonus disc #3.
Since each cartoon runs roughly 7 to 8 minutes, that means one disc with 25 cartoons on it runs about 3 hours and 8 minutes which is a maximum for a dual layer DVD before increasing compression artifacting. While I do not have the standard DVDs to tell you if they include the bonus material on the Blu-ray discs #1 & 2, consider that there may not have been room on the discs to include them.
The video is in full screen. Not the best transfer, but pretty good considering these are VERY old cartoons.
The bad news comes in the spanish dubbing. I used to watch these cartoons when I was a kid back in the 80's. Episodes such as Rabbit Of Seville, Duck Amuck, I Love To Singa, and Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 century were instant classics. The dubbing was part of what it made the episodes so good. Perfect voices for the characters.
I watch in pain that the voices were redubbed with other actors, and now it lacks most of what made the episodes good. Why did they have to redo the spanish dubbing? Is like watching the Simpsons and having a guy doing Homer's voice instead of Dan Castellaneta. Is just not the same.
English voice is fine, but the classic latin America spanish is gone.