#4. Looney Tunes, Volume 5
The latest ransacking of the 1,001 treasures in the Warner Bros. cartoon series that lasted from 1930 to 1963, this fifth official Golden Collection comprises four discs and 80 cartoons, stocked with the graphic grace and anarchic brio of the all-time great animation unit. Among the seven-minute masterpieces: Tex Avery's lunatic Porky's Preview, Frank Tashlin's magnificent Scrap Happy Daffy (a wartime fantasy of scrap-saving and Hitler-bashing) and Bob Clampett's The Old Gray Hare (a time trip in which Bugs and Elmer zip backward to infancy and forward to senility in the year 2000). Clampett was the lunatic genius of Looney Tunes, and it's good to see him get his overdue due.
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