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Animaniacs V3

Rob Paulsen , Jess Harnell    Unrated   DVD
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must have for fans May 10 2014
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I enjoyed the Animaniacs as teenager. Now I have the opportunity to share this with my kids which they enjoy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Animaniacs what more do you need to know April 12 2013
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It's Animaniacs what more do you need to know! For me one of the best cartoons from the 90's growing up
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5.0 out of 5 stars Way to go Animaniacs March 2 2013
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The idea of Animaniacs was always clever and this volume was no exception. With enough extras to learn about the behind the scenes it was worth the price.
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5.0 out of 5 stars still crazy funny April 5 2010
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The Animaniacs Vol. III is more of the same energetic entertainment and consistent with the first two. Fans and families will love the quality comedy, as well as the many classic film parodies from the Golden Age of Hollywood / Warner Brothers. Additionally, there is a couple of great extras in this box set. "They Can't Help it if They're Cute", is a behind-the scenes featurette, and "They're Totally Insane-y in Cadence with Richard Stone", is a wonderful salute to the series late music composer. Highly recommended for kids and adults who still are.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Yeah, There Could Be Packaging Improvements BUT.... June 21 2007
By Lola Miller - Published on Amazon.com
Don't let the packaging or bonus features dissuade you from buying this show. Animaniacs works on a number of levels, can be appreciated by kids & adults alike and even though this gets to the later episodes where Pinky & the Brain have their own show, there are still some very good episodes on here (see them for yourself).

Be happy that the sets are UNCUT and are split into scenes based on the shorts. If you don't like a particular character, you can skip that one's cartoons & go on to the ones you DO like. My husband & I love being able to skip shorts we don't like & go on to stuff we DO like such as The Warners, Slappy Squirel & the Goodfeathers. The animation department at Warner Bros. has been doing a spectacular job on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection sets, Droopy, & this series. (I can't speak for every single animated series by Warner Bros. but I own these). This effort needs to be encouraged, not poo pooed by people who whine about packaging & bonus features. At least the Animaniacs sets have CONSISTENT PACKAGING, unlike the 4th Golden Collection set. Finally, be happy that Warner Bros. is putting this out UNCUT & preserving the integrity of the work.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A good time July 21 2007
By David E. Palmer - Published on Amazon.com
At the height of its popularity, Animaniacs was shown in bars in college towns. When I was 15, I took the bus to the Warner Brothers Studio Store to get Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, and Tress MacNeille (the voices of Yakko, Wakko, and Dot) to sign my Converse high-tops - which, at the time, was almost as cool as if I had gotten Eddie Vedder or Kurt Cobain to sign them. There are probably people today who are getting laser surgery to remove tattoos of Wakko from sensitive parts of their anatomy.

Were we all crazy? On one hand, the show was a blatant attempt on the part of Warner Brothers to enhance its brand image - after all, the main characters were CALLED the Warner Brothers (and the Warner Sister). However, the sheer creativity of the writing managed to transcend the obvious corporate propaganda of the premise. And it was really, really, REALLY funny.

How well does it stand the test of time? I watched this DVD with some friends of mine and their two-year-old daughter. The two-year-old loved the singing, the dancing, and the fast-paced animation - and was thrilled by the fact that us grown-ups knew the words to the theme song. We also loved the singing, the dancing, the fast-paced animation, and the fact that we remembered the words to the theme song - plus, we laughed at the jokes and '90s pop-culture references. (And we took comfort in the fact that very few tattoo parlors are likely to give a two-year-old a tattoo of Wakko on any sensitive parts of her anatomy).

A good time was had by all.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Zany to the max ! (As usual...) June 30 2007
By Tim Coogan - Published on Amazon.com
Yakko, Wakko, and Dot are back and bustin' out with 25 new-to-DVD episodes in five discs of hilarity !

The wacky Warner Brothers and the Warner Sister, as well as Doctor Scratchansniff, Slappy Squirrel, Skippy Squirrel, Rita, Runt, Buttons, Mindy, Pesto, Bobby, Squit, Randy Beaman, Chicken Boo, Katie Kaboom, Minerva Mink, and a gaggle of other original characters are gonna have you bursting out in laughs whenever you like. Like the first two volume sets, expect a ton of fun with more parodies, puns, schticks, lampoons, and songs more than you can shake a slapstick at !

Some of the funniest episodes include "The Warners and the Beanstalk", "Yes, Always" featuring Pinky and the Brain, "Wakko's Gizmo", "Woodstock Slappy" featuring Slappy Squirrel, "Baloney and Kids", "Lookit the Fuzzy Heads", "The Warners' 65th Anniversary Special", "The Mindy 500" featuring Mindy and Buttons, "Pigeon on the Roof" featuring the Goodfeathers, "Super Strong Warner Siblings", "Deduces Wild", "A Hard Day's Warners", and "The Kid in the Lid". Fun songs of the series include "I'm Cute", "Schnitzelbank", "A Quake, a Quake!", "U.N. Me", and "The Presidents Song".

If you thought those episodes (and much more) were cool, they've thrown in TWO bonus features in the set ! They are "They Can't Help It If They're Cute, They're Just Drawn That Way" (an interview with the artists and designers of the award-winning series) and "They're Totally Insane-y In Cadence with Richard Stone" (a tribute to Richard Stone, the great music composer of the series).

The Animaniacal third volume of this rabble-rousing romp of an animated TV series will be a great addition to your cartoon collections, as does the Volumes one and two sets. I certainly hope volume four is on the way eventually.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars REAL Cartoons!!! July 15 2009
By S. Pursley - Published on Amazon.com
I absolutely LOVE Animaniacs (and Tiny Toon Adventures)! These are the LAST cartoons made in the classic cartoon style (how I miss WB). I don't know what kids are watching these days! I'm so glad to have grown up in the 80s and 90s when real TV existed!!! I have all available volumes of Animaniacs and Tiny Toon Adventures and watch them regularly . . . still laughing!! And, YES, I do still rock my Wakko key chain! (I really wish I could find another one! Mine is all worn out!)

I'm a bit surprised that others are complaining about packaging of all things! Who cares about the packaging?!? As long as my DVDs play! I do wish that there was a bit more bonus footage/behind the scenes at WB, however.

A must buy for real cartoon fans!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious Oct. 11 2010
By L. Kremenak - Published on Amazon.com
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The collection is now complete with Volume 3 - and as funny as the first 2 volumes!
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