Considering that this two-part show is about the history of Looney Tunes AND it features interviews with some great talent, such as Chuck Jones and Mel Blanc, it's awfully poor. You would have expected more but apparently the folks making it really did a sloppy job. Why? Well the most obvious are all the sloppy edits as clips are haphazardly tossed into the film. Additionally, the guy narrating and discussing the history of the studio was awfully dull and he spoke too fast. My advice is read a book about this instead. It's not terrible--simply because even a bad film about Looney Tunes is going to be interesting. Still, I can't help but think that there must be some documentary out there that covers the same material better.
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