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Description: Oswald is off to see his sweetheart when he is passed by a rival in a faster car. He takes the lead, though, when both drivers encounter a mud puddle; Oswald isn't scared to receive a tiny dirty, while his competitor is. Oswald arrives and serenades his love, hampered by the animals in the yard. The rival shows up and they war over the girl, during which time she slips away with a third suitor.
Description: Oswald's country is at war, like many another volunters he joins the units and finds himself later in the trenches. A short war leaves him wounded, but at least in the field hospital where his girlfriend is working.
Description: Jerry runs into a dog pound (and right on top of a napping Spike) to escape a rather mangy-looking Tom. To avoid being ripped to shreds, Tom borrows the head of a nearby dog statue. This easy fools the dogs, but not Jerry, and Tom keeps losing his newfound head...
Description: Woman power guidelines as Mattel's spunky heroine moves from dollhouse to screen in her first animated adventure. With a tiny support from her friends, Polly can handle anything -- even her scheming soon-to-be step mom. Neither mean "mom" nor a jealous classmate can spoil the fun for Polly and pals as they enter a reality present tournament and take in the thrilling rides (and even more thrilling shopping) at a local amusement park.
Description: Tom enters from scene left in white tie and tails, sits at the piano, gets his focus as the orchestra in the pit beneath him warms up, and starts to enjoy Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody." Unbeknownst to Tom and the audience, Jerry is asleep across few of the high-note keys inside the instrument, so Tom's testing eventually wakes him. Jerry is pummeled by hammers, bounced by wires, and squeezed by Tom as the cat tries to enjoy the concerto while dispensing with Jerry. Jerry's defensive antics add to the brio of the tool and respond Tom with Jerry's own skillful musical attack. By the concerto's end, the duet leaves only one animal standing for the audience's applause.
Description: Spike is guarding a personal fishing hole - in his sleep. Tom sneaks in to do some fishing - with Jerry as bait. But one particularly vicious fish turns out to be more than Tom or Jerry bargained for, particularly when he wakes up Spike.
Description: As Tom and Jerry scene their typical war sequences, the patriotic soldier theme of the game is evidenced by such things as a carton of eggs labeled "Hen Grenades"; Jerry dropping light bulbs from an airplane like bombs; and Jerry sending a telegram with the message "Sighted Cat - Sank Same." Musical phrasings from different patriotic fight songs are heard throughout.
Description: Near a house is a doghouse labeled "Killer" with a dog (Spike) in it. Tom pokes his head over the wall and spots a female cat (Toodles Galore) in the window. Tom brings along his double bass, then wakes up Spike and neutralizes him by whacking him in the head with a mallet and tying him up. Tom uses his bass as a pogo stick to hop over to the window, stopping to taunt Spike along the way.
Description: Tom's chasing Jerry when he runs, literally, right into the sleeping (and quite nasty) dog soon known as Spike. Spike chases Tom up a lamp; Jerry's quite amused, until Spike turns on him and traps him in a cuckoo clock. Spike trades off between the two of them, until Tom climbs down the lamp, then finds himself depending on Jerry to support him to the clock. They're both trapped, then Jerry has an idea. As Tom keeps Spike distracted, Jerry uses a ball of yarn to tie everything in the next room together. When he's ready, he kicks Spike, who runs into the mess, bringing the wrath of Mammy. The truce between Tom and Jerry ends, though, when Tom's tail gets caught in a mousetrap.
Description: The storyline concerns a homeless man called Ricky, or Ted in the Japanese version. After seeing a film about Gulliver he meets Professor Gulliver himself in a forest. Gulliver is actually an elderly, space-traveling scientist. With Dr. Gulliver's assistant Sylvester the crow (named Crow in the Japanese edition), and Ricky's companions, a talking dog and a toy soldier, they travel the Milky Method to the Planet of Blue Hope, which has been taken over by the Queen of Purple Planet and her evil group of robots. Armed with water-pistols and water balloons, which melt the villains, Ricky and Gulliver restore Blue Hope to its doll-like owners.
Description: Tamala is a cat living on Planet Cat World in the Feline Galaxy. In attempt to leave the Feline Galaxy, which is practically owned by a mega corporation named Catty & Co., she crashes on the violence-ridden Planet Q where she meets Michelangelo. Together they have fun, while Tamala seaches for her connections to Catty & Co. and her mysterious homeworld Orion
Description: Tom's day at the beach doesn't begin out well. First he gets his swimsuit caught in the door of the beach house, and doesn't realize it until his intended dive in the ocean sends him snapping back and ruining through the door. He runs out and tries again. This time he is so determined to jump in the water that when he does so, he doesn't notice the tide is out and that he is swimming in the sand, which is filled with broken bottles, tin cans and another debris. Later, he tries to victory over a pretty woman on the beach, but, being the boor he is, he annoys her by drinking her soda pop, eating her hot dog and munching loudly as he lays his head in her lap. Suddenly, a tomato flies through the air and lands on his head. So does a banana peel. Tom looks for the culprit and finds him in the girl's picnic basket. Jerry is inside, eating what he wants and tossing out the rest...
Description: The seven short movies making up GENIUS PARTY couldn’t be more diverse, linked only by a high standard of quality and inspiration. Atsuko Fukushima’s intro piece is a wonderful abstraction to soak up with the eyes. Masaaki Yuasa, of MIND GAME and CAT SOUP fame, brings his distinctive and deceptively easy graphic style and dream-state logic to the table with “Happy Machine,” his spin on a child’s earliest year. Shinji Kimura’s spookier “Deathtic 4,” meanwhile, seems to tap into the creepier corners of a child’s imagination and launch up a toybox full of dark delights. Hideki Futamura’s “Limit Cycle” conjures up a vision of virtual reality, while Yuji Fukuyama’s "Doorbell" and "Baby Blue" by Shinichiro Watanabe test understated realism for very surreal purposes. And Shoji Kawamori, with “Shanghai Dragon,” takes the tropes and conventions of traditional anime out for very fun joyride.
Description: The family dog warns Tom not to create any noise so he can take a nap. Jerry hears this and instantly devises plans to ensure that the dog's nap will be interrupted (breaking plates, testing musical instruments, etc.). One of the several cartoons in the Tom and Jerry series in which one of the main characters speaks.
Description: The Cabbage Patch Children are putting on a Christmas enjoy at school and Vernon's younger cousins Amy and Henry are visiting for the holidays. When Missy & Prissy inadvertently imply that Santa is on holiday and will not present up for Christmas, Amy and Henry go to Vernon for reassurance. Vernon promises them that Santa will visit them on Christmas night. As time goes on Vernon becomes worried that Santa may be delayed and decides, with the support of the another children to hatch a plan to ensure that Amy and Henry do see Santa.
Description: Tom is golfing, but the ball keeps jumping out of the cup, thanks to Jerry. Tom puts Jerry to work as a tee, but Jerry keeps doing things like replacing Tom's ball with a bird's egg that hatches in flight, or tying his club to his tail.
Description: Butch convinces Tom and Jerry that there's no reason to war and they could all sign a peace treaty. Tom and Butch even rescue their pals from a fellow cat and dog. But then a steak falls off a truck and the men can't decide how to divvy it up, ultimately losing it completely, and the truce is off.
Description: Long ago the Lady Borealis placed the evil Winterbolt under a magic spell, and place the last of her magic into the nose of a newborn reindeer: Rudolph. But actually Winterbolt's awake. He gives Frosty's family magic amulets to hold them from melting until the Fourth of July so that Frosty and Rudolph can support Lilly's circus and Milton can marry his girlfriend on the high-wire, and Santa will test his sleigh to create sure everybody gets back to the North Pole in time...which leaves Winterbolt alone at the North Pole on the Fourth...
Description: Tom is dressed up and treated like a baby by the tiny woman of the house, and he hates it aside from the bottle of milk, that is. Jerry brings in some alley cats, who tease Tom.
Description: Chased by Tom around the barnyard, Jerry takes refuge under a huge, rather mean-tempered hen (which looks suspiciously like a rooster), who is sitting on eggs (which she puts in order with a billiard triangle!). So Tom has to figure out methods to receive Jerry out from under the overprotective mother hen. Then the eggs hatch, and Jerry sticks feathers on himself and pretends to be a chick. Tom escapes sure decapitation via giant hedge clippers not once, but twice!
Description: Linus has to break devastating news, his father has a fresh job and has to relocate his family. Charlie Brown and the gang create their goodbyes and prepare for Linus and Lucy's departure.
Description: Jerry is awakened from a nightmare by a knock on the door: someone has left a foundling in a walnut shell with a note, giving his name as Nibbles and telling he needs lots of milk. Fortunately, there's a dish handy, but it's next to Tom. Nibbles scurries out and dives off Tom's nose, then grabs a whisker for balance, waking Tom up. Jerry grabs him just in time and they hide under the milk. Tom laps up some milk and gets Nibbles; Jerry rescues him, and they run for the hole. Next, they test a very long straw; Tom catches them and sucks Nibbles through the straw. Much chasing follows, with a pause actually and then for some milk. Tom traps Jerry in a milk bottle and chases Nibbles a while; he finally corners Nibbles and spanks him with a flyswatter. Jerry is so enraged he explode out of the milk bottle and lets out a ferocious roar; he grabs Tom by the tail and thoroughly pummels him, then stands over him as Tom feeds Nibbles milk.
Description: Tom's advances on a young jive-talking woman cat receive nowhere; nowhere, that is, until Tom gets a zoot suit. Armed with his miles of fabric and a fresh cool lingo, Tom still has to deal with the tricks of his nemesis, Jerry.
Description: Tom is all set to eat Jerry when a hawk swoops down and grabs Jerry. To receive Jerry back, Tom poses as a female hawk and quickly finds his fresh lover to be more than he bargained for.
Description: After Snoopy displays his usual lvl of courage and runs away from his sentry duty, he happens to run into a pretty female. Smitten, he decides to marry her. Now, the gang, and Snoopy's cousin, Spike, wish to support in an affair that has the usual complications
Description: After Charlie Brown spots a woman briefly shown in a sports happening broadcasting, he is smitten enough to go in find of her with the support of Linus. Unfortunately in his search, he has his usual amount of luck. As Charlie Brown is watching a football game, he spots a woman in the stands that he instantly attaches himself to. When the minigame ends, he is desperate to search her, so he enlists Linus to support him and, because of his absolute nervousness, to do the talking for him. However, that transport should wind up spelling doom for the love-starved Charlie Brown once they finally search her.
Description: To celebrate Arbor Day, the gang decide to do a nice gardening project for Charlie Brown. Unfortunately, Charlie Brown learns that they did it in his baseball diamond, turning it in to a lush garden. With no alternative, he is forced to enjoy vs Peppermint Patty's squad in that field. However, the bizarre setting seems to be working to his advantage.
Description: A bandit and his horse (a bigger crook than the bandit) search out that a large shipment of gold bullion is being shipped by train, so they create instant plans to hijack it. But, Woody Woodpecker is the guard in the baggage car, and foils all their attempts to steal it, and later horse and rider are in the jail-house.
Description: Art, the artist, receives a circular announcing a prize for the greatest painting of a desert flower. Woody Woodpecker also reads it and decides to enter the competition. He and Art wage a war all over the desert regarding who is to paint the only desert flower in the area. Woody wins the war and the contest, and is awarded a painting of a bag of gold.
Description: A clockmaker goes into the woods in find of a cuckoo and finds Woodpecker. Figuring a coo-coo should double as a cuckoo, the clockmaker sets out to capture Woody, take him home and place him to work on the clock. Woody figures otherwise, and introduces the clockmaker to an mad bear. Chaos follows.
Description: Woody Woodpecker is reading "Hansel and Gretel" to his two young cousins, Knothead, a boy, and Splinter,a girl. The kids decide to receive lost in a forest. A cat spots them and lures them to a gingerbread house. The cat tries to create woodpecker-pie out of the kids, but they outsmart him and escape.
Description: Andy reads in the newspaper that dog catcher Wally Walrus is coming to accumulate $3.00 worth of dog tax from each dog owner. Being type of a cheapskate, he hides his dog in the closet from Wally's presence but, upon entering Andy's house, Wally still suspects something is amiss. He uses a trained flea to reveal the dog who gets chased by Wally into a pond in the backyard. After "fishing" the dog out, Wally demands Andy pay his $3.00 but both are in for a surprise: the dog has an whole litter of puppies every worth an extra $3.00!
Description: Woody Woodpecker lives in a slum, and is fed up with his bills, wishing aloud that he were rich. At that moment, a four-leaf clover appears in the floorboards, and transforms into a leprechaun woodpecker, which grants Woody three wishes. Woody instantly wishes for immense wealth, and he gets it-- by robbing a bank without realizing it. A police chase follows; will Woody escape, and what will his another two wishes be?
Description: There is a sculpture contest with huge prize cash for the winner, and Mr. Magoo decides to become a sculptor and do some sculpturing. He borrows a friend's studio and goes to work on his creation. When a police-pursued jewel thief enter the studio, he convinces the near-sighted Magoo that he is a pretty model, and Magoo, satisfied to have a pretty girl as his model, sculpts away. The police finally arrive, and Magoo gets a reward for the thief's capture, and his sculpture wins the first-place prize cash in the sculpture contest.
Description: Woody Woodpecker visits Niagara Falls---on the Canadian and American side both, according to some viewers---and asks about going over the popular falls in a barrel which the guard says him it is forbidden, which instantly makes Woody decide to do it, anyway. Woody uses everything BUT a ladder in his attempts, and the guard prevents him going over few times, but the guard winds up in a barrel and goes over himself. Woody, dressed as a policeman, is awaiting him at the bottom to give him a ticket for breaking the law.
Description: Andy Panda finds his cornfield besieged by crows. He gets rid of them... except for one stubborn member who refuses to leave. When Andy realizes he's no match for the crow, he lets his dog, Milo, hold watch for him. Milo, however, is no genius himself and the crow later convinces him that he could be chasing a goat and a bull. Finally, Milo comes to his senses and goes after the crow as does Andy but the two end up inadvertantly clubbing every another senseless while the crow makes off with the remainder of Andy's cornfield.
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I saw this a several years ago on TV, and finally got a possibility to see it again when I purchased the Zone Jam Unique Edition DVD. Basically, Bugs and Daffy are rival music-VJs (music-video jockeys for those of you not familiar with the term) who enjoy different pieces of melody from Looney Tunes cartoons, including the popular "What's Up, Doc?" piece, the Wackyland musical number, and a tribute to the melody of WWII cartoons. Of course, Daffy begins getting jealous and jams the signal, causing the two to duke it out for the channel! I thought this was hilarious, mostly because I'm a broadcast student so everything they were talking about hit home for me (the FCC, jamming the signal, ratings, etc.). I have to admit that I'm rather upset at whoever released this with all of the fresh sound-effects and melody place on it because for most of time I couldn't even hear what Bugs & Daffy were saying! I strongly recommend this short to anyone who loves the old Merry Melodies, but since you have to purchase the Zone Jam DVD to watch it, I guess most folks are kinda out of luck.
Love animation, it was a large part of my life as a child, particularly Disney, Looney Tunes, Hanna and Barbera and Tom and Jerry, and still love it whether it's film, tv or cartoons. Now appreciate it even more actually through young adult eyes, thanks to broader knowledge and taste and more interest in animation styles and different studios and directors.Instead of featuring the work of just one director (Chuck Jones primarily in the 80s shorts and specials), there is a much more varied selection here, with cartoons also from Bob Clampett, Robert McKimson, Frank Tashlin and Harmon and Ising, all responsible for some nice work in their careers, though Harmon and Ising are more variable and not as consistent as particularly Clampett and Jones. Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are two of my favorite characters in animation and ever and Mel Blanc was one of the best voice actors ever.'Bugs vs. Daffy: War of the Melody Video Stars' is not the greatest representation of any of them. It is not terrible at all though, if slightly too slight and episodic in story, with it basically a series of cartoons that fits a theme. It cannot be denied that a lot of nostalgia is evoked and the entire idea is handled well. A several moments of corny dialogue and some of the editing is a tiny choppy. Most problematic is the sound, which can be intrusive in how it's mixed and some of the results and melody are not well balanced and don't fit.A lot of nice things here. The animation has brightness and colour, fluidity and pretty and meticulous background feature and with some inventive moments. If more in the featured cartoons edited in than in the extra scenes. The melody is lively enough and doesn't sound too cheap in the extra scenes, while being outstanding in orchestration and how it adds to and enhances the action in the featured cartoons.Bugs and Daffy are everytime worth watching, and that's an understatement, being widely considered classic characters in animation and ever more than justifiably. Mel Blanc shows a mastery of bringing individuality to multiple characters that several others managed, a previous review mentioned him being the heart and soul of each cartoon and have to concur completely. The dialogue is sharp and witty and the gags are quick paced, beautifully timed and animated and very funny. Most of the characters are not wasted, Bugs and Daffy are on top form.The classic era cartoons featured are colorful and are amusing to hilarious, with nice dialogue and gags and iconic characters not wasted at all, they fit with the theme too, and like to love most of them. Though too many of them are on the too short side and a several are introduced and rounded off in a slightly jarring way.Overall, fun and decent but should have been better and deserved better quality. 6/10 Bethany Cox
Bugs .vs. Daffy details a "DJ WAR" as their rival melody video TV stations hold trying to "top" every another with the Neilsons. Clips from many older Warners shorts pop up during the Bugs-Daffy antics, topped off with a "video jam war". When aired on the networks years ago, this short had a clear dialog track with powerful musical cues. For unknown reasons, the actual ver (on the SPACE JAM ULTIMATE COLLECTION DVD) apparently has two various sound tracks combined, which blocks out much of the dialog and confuses the mood the short's trying to create at any given moment. Trivia fact: This cartoon was one of the first done by Warner Bros. to be digitally inked and painted (scenes that appear somewhat softer and lack any pan/zooms were the "digital" ones).
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