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Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation (Video 1992) Poster

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The title of this film was originally How I Spent My Summer Vacation, but Warner Bros. shortened it so it would fit on the video cover.
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When Babs goes over the waterfall she lands in a pool and goes under water to find a group of fish, crustaceans and a mermaid playing instruments and singing a tune (seemingly) called "Beneath The Ocean"; an obvious parody of the famous song "Under The Sea" from The Little Mermaid (1989). Babs immediately utters "Whoops. Wrong Cartoon"
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The first animated feature to be released direct-to-video in the U.S.
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The THUD sound system promo during the theater scene is a parody of Lucasfilm's famous THX promos, the slogan of which is "The Audience is Listening". The announcer in this says "The Audience is Now Deaf."
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While it did not state the revenue of the film, the Toronto Star stated that the film sold so well that Warner Bros. decided to release videos of Tiny Toon Adventures episodes.
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When Buster and Babs are falling after going over the waterfall Buster grabs onto Babs and says "I've got you!" to which she responds "But whose got you?". These are the same lines spoken (respectively) by Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder from the film Superman (1978) when Lois Lane falls from the top of the Daily Planet building and is caught by Superman in mid-air. At this moment Superman flies up to catch Buster and Babs, responding to her question with "I do, kids!"
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This film marks the first time the Road Runner gets ran over.
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On February 6, 1993, How I Spent My Vacation had been on the "Top Kid Video" list for 41 weeks.
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Was the only Tiny Toon Adventures media to be released on Laserdisc format.
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'Happy World Land' is a parody of Disneyland.
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The film was released on DVD by Warner Bros 20 years after it's VHS release.
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The hitchhiker that Hampton's parent's pick up is a spoof of both Letherface from 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre', Jason Voorhees from 'Friday the 13th' and John Ryder from 'The Hitcher'.
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The movie that Fowlmouth, Shirley, Fifi and Johnny see is called Skunknophobia which is a parody of the 1990 film, Arachnophobia.
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This film marks the first time Road Runner has got ran over.
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The VHS release was the was one of the highest selling videos in the United States; on the Billboard charts. It ranked ranked 12th in sales in April 1992.
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In May 1992, the film rose to 9th in video sales.
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On July 18, 1992, the film had been on Billboard Magazine's 40 "Top Video Sales" for 16 weeks.
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On June 27, 1992, the film was ranked the 5th highest on Billboard's "Top Kid Video".
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The movie was split into four episodes for syndication, with a voiceover briefly recapping the events in each episode.
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Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation aired on The Hub's Family Movie Event on August 23 at 8:00-5:00 PM eastern and pacific time.
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The rides at HappyWorldLand are:
  • The Tooth Ferry


  • Happy Go Pukey


  • Happy Feet


  • The Gargle


  • The Happy Crasher


  • The Happy Centrifuge


  • Slap Happy Fun


  • The Stairway to Heaven


  • The Bullet Train to Heck




Unfortunately, Plucky and Hampton don't get to go on any of them.
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Buster has a picture on his locker of Rover, his dinosaur pet from the Tiny Toon Adventures episode 'Rock 'N' Roar' in season 1.
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Sorrell Booke's last film.
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The retail price of the USA DVD was $19.97.
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It has been released on VHS, Laserdisc, and DVD.
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The animal park that Elmyra's family goes to is a spoof of Six Flags Wild Safari animal park.
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The retail price of the USA Laserdisc was $24.98.
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The car that Hamton's parents own is based upon a 1955-1957 Chevrolet Bel Air sedan.
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The car that Elmyra's parents own is a fictional Volvo station wagon.
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The song "Waiting for the Clock to Strike Three" is set to a piano composition entitled "Spinning Song" by Albert Ellmenreich.
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The USA DVD release from Warner Bros includes the original English audio track as well as a Spanish and Portuguese audio track.
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