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Looney Tunes: The Platinum Collection Volume 3 Blu-ray

What Collectors have been asking for.Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 3 is the 3rd release in this quintessential collection of fan favored shorts - all digitally remastered and on BD.

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Final Volume, in case anyone's wondering

By LooneyTunerIan

from Pittsburgh, PA

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Comments about Looney Tunes: The Platinum Collection Volume 3 (Blu-ray) Blu-ray:

Yep. You better believe it, folks.

This the last volume of the Looney Tunes Platinum Collection.

It's like Jerry Beck predicted, this is last volume of the series due to the low sales of the second volume in 2012 and no remastering budget for Warner Bros. to remaster more never-before-released on DVD and Blu-ray Looney Tunes shorts.

We ought to scold WBHV for not getting enough money to restore more LT&MM shorts. I was hoping for a complete Chuck Jones Road Runner Collection.

Well, I guess it's back to the old "Super Stars" DVD Series for us Looney Tunes Collectors out there.

But look on the bright side: There's not just 4 but, 9 new cartoons in a Looney Tunes Based Collection:

Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt
Honey's Money
Life with Feathers
Sandy Claws
Tree For Two
Beep Prepared
Rhapsody in Rivets
High Note
Nelly's Folly

Even if I get the third and final blu-ray, I have my own plans for a Looney Tunes Platinum Collection DVD. ;) But I won't tell you all much about it.

But either way, I'd recommend this to anyone who happens to get the first 2 volumes. :) They'll have a Full Triangle. :) Not a circle, per-say, since there's only 3 volumes. And it takes 3 angles and sides to make a triangle.

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