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Baby Looney Tunes: Puddle Olympics – Volume 3


Picture: B-     Sound: B-     Extras: D     Episodes: C



Ok, listen!  This reviewer was skeptical about Loonatics Unleashed, but it turned out to be pretty good.  Now on DVD and TV is Baby Looney Tunes: Puddle Olympics – Volume 3, and this reviewer entered the series with an open mind.  It turns out the series is pretty bad.  To be fair the series is directed at small children, but this reviewer would have about 100 better shows to subject children to before this one.  The series basically follows around the baby incarnations of the once funny Looney Tunes as they learn ‘valuable’ life lessons.  These lessons include learning to tell time, sportsmanship, not to steal, have no fears, and many more.  The series did not float this reviewer’s boat, but children may find the characters cute and humorous.


Episodes included in this child targeted set include:


-          Time and Again

-          May the Best Taz  Win

-          Mine!

-          Sylvester the Pester

-          Cat-Taz- Trophy

-          Duck! Monster! Duck!

-          The Brave Little Tweety

-          The Puddle Olympics



The technical aspects of the series are much better than the cartoons themselves.  The picture is presented in a clear, bright & original 1.33 X 1 full screen that pleases the eye.  The sound is a simple Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo that is adequate for the needs of the children series but can be soft at times, even during the songs.  The extras are totally absent in this set, sad to say kids.


This reviewer found the series to be drab and fruitless.  Children may want to stick with the classic Looney Tunes on this one.  Or better yet, Warner should put one of the most demanded DVD sets out Tiny Tune Adventures.  Now that is a pint sized Looney Tune that all can enjoy.



-   Michael P Dougherty II


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