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I hope the Warner Brothers take a note..
on December 12, 2002
I'm a fan of the Cartoons Golden Era, I was angry when i readed that Walt Disney Co., WB and many other studios were censoring their own cartoon beacause the so-called "politically corectness", but finally, Disney was the first to bring this fabolous collection, giving the treatment that it deserves... This DVD claims that is uncensored, and it really is! (i hope Ted Turner read this, hehe); in the cartoons that appears "shocking scenes" (like the WW2 cartoons), you'll see a disclaimer about how to watch the cartoons in the current context (so don't be shocked if you see some japanesses here and there; specially in "How to be a sailor", or phrases like "beat jap with scrap" like in "Victoria Vehicles"); the "how to" cartoons are hilarating (if you think Bugs Bunny is the best, you haven't seen goof-action)... the only cons about this DVD, is the lacking of other language subtitles, besides the english, and the amount of copies of this edition (only 124,999 copies... 124,999 because i have one in my hands righ now ;) ). Don't think twice, buy it now!