Baby Looney Tunes, Vol. 1-4
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DVD, Rating: Not Rated, Runtime: 272, Color, Closed Captioned, Warner Home Video, 04/07/2008
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"Baby Looney Tunes: Volume 1": When Tazmanian Devil was a teeny, he loved his toys more than anything - until he broke them! When Granny gives him a new toy clown, he guards it ferociously in "Taz in Toyland". Then tiny Tweety tawt he heard his friends whispering about him in "A Secret Tweet". But his sad feelings soon fly away when he discovers his happy surprise! Nap time follows playtime except Daffy can't sleep after losing his blanket, so baby Bugs leads a mission to find it in "Comfort Level". Awake and refreshed, Granny teaches the wee ones to swim in her pool. Overconfident Daffy thinks he has a feather up on everyone else, only to discover he doesn't exactly take to swimming "Like a Duck to Water". "Baby Looney Tunes: Volume 2": Seeing a big, bright yellow school bus gets the gang dreaming about "School Daze" and they all prepare by playing show-and-tell, practicing a fire drill and riding an imaginary school bus of their own! Granny puts Bugs in charge when she goes up to her room and the wily bunny must solve the mystery of some spooky sounds in "Things That Go Bump in the Night". Baby Sylvester gets sidetracked while playing hide-and-seek and eats a whole jar of cookies. When he confesses to his friends, they invent a fib about "The Creature from the Chocolate Chip!" After all that, boredom sets in - until Granny saves the day with a giant "Card Bored Box"...and the preschoolers' imaginations take flight from there. "Baby Looney Tunes: Volume 3": There's no time like the present to kick off Vol.3 as Granny decides to teach everyone how to tell time. Daffy thinks it's a waste of his time...until bad timing turns his day into a nightmare. Daffy wants Lola to be his badminton teammate because Taz doesn't know how to play. But it's Lola who discovers the true meaning of sportsmanship when she teaches Bugs and Daffy that winning isn't everything. Daffy gets into trouble as he finds Granny's wallet and decides it's "Mine!" Fortunately, his obsession with possession teaches him that "finders keepers" is a game for weepers. Tweety's fear of the dark makes him a scaredy bird. So his pals put on a play to show what a big hero tiny Tweety can be! Four more endearing episodes complete this wonderful collection - along with 4 sing-along songs to make growing up a Looney Tunesful, playful time! "Baby Looney Tunes: Volume 4": In "Tooth Fairy Tales" the kids learn a whole new set of lessons. When Bugs looses a tooth, Daffy tries to figure out a way to scam the tooth fairy. In "Takers Keepers", Daffy soon discovers it's not nice to steal someone else's toy...especially if that someone is Taz! Too much of a good thing can be bad when Taz gobbles up way too much candy in "Spinout". And is there any "Shadow of a Doubt" what shadows are after little Tweety sheds some light on the subject? Plus four more fun episodes - from babies playing in snow for the first time to Christmas in July - and four separate sing-along tunes to dance and play to.
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