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Video: How Do the Discs Look?
The 1.33:1 transfers here are fine, I suppose, but they pale in comparison to those given their Looney Tunes ancestors. In fact, it’s a testament to Warner’s prowess with those LT transfers that these episodes, aired less than twenty years ago, have ten times the apparent dirt and grime on their transfer prints than that series. Colors are defined excellently and black levels are consistent and thorough. Fine detail quality is hit-and-miss; again, blame the dirt-ravaged prints. But all in all, these transfers are not too shabby.
Audio: How Do the Discs Sound?
Unlike previous editions, we only get Dolby Digital 2.0 tracks, and while a surround bump might have been nice, these stereo mixes are just fine. Dialogue is always audible, and the shows' jaunty music and spritely effects come through cleanly.