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Behind the Tunes: Crash! Bang! Boom! - The Wild Sounds of Treg Brown (2004)

A documentary about Treg Brown's sound effects.

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A documentary about Treg Brown's sound effects.

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Created for the "Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Vol. 2" DVD box set. See more »

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Does what it's supposed to
1 June 2013 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

I should start by saying that there appear to be two documentaries that share nearly the exact same title(the only part that differs is the "The Wild Sounds..." part)... the one I'm reviewing is not about Treg Brown, or the classic shorts, but the 2003 film Looney Tunes: Back in Action, which is also the DVD it appears on, it's 7 and a half minutes long(not 11), and the credited cast here on IMDb are largely not in it.

Anyway, it consists of behind-the-scenes footage, clips of the movie, and interviews with the crew. Like the other featurette and the deleted scenes, this is narrated by Bugs and Daffy, and meant for children. Anyone not a fan of the characters might find it obnoxious. The focus is on the visual FX, and whether they were done in the computer, using hand-drawn animation or practically(models, stunts, etc.).

While no new ground is really covered(to be fair, that's to be expected for when this came out), things are explained well enough(albeit you always have to filter out the irritating nonsense the duck is incessantly spouting).

I recommend this to anyone who wants to see how they accomplished the various... stuff that didn't really happen -certainly, this is a good place to start for kids who want to know about the subject. 7/10


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