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Tex Avery Screwball Classics. Volume 1 (1943 - 1951)

Posted By: RSU75
1080p (FullHD) / BluRay IMDb
Tex Avery Screwball Classics. Volume 1 (1943 - 1951)

Tex Avery Screwball Classics. Volume 1 (1943 - 1951)
Blu-Ray | BDMV | AVC, 1920x1080, ~35.0 Mbps | 19 x ~ 7mn | 37,6 GB
English: DTS-HD Master Audio, 2 ch, 2025 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Short, Family

There were several masters of animation during Hollywood's golden era. Of the top two geniuses, one created elaborate fairy tales and ornate feature-length fantasias – the other guy was Tex Avery. He just wanted to make you laugh. Having already been integrally involved in the development of Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny for Warner Bros., Avery moved to MGM in 1941 to create a set of comedy masterpieces that defined a new slapstick style for animation, inspiring cartoonists, comedians and filmmakers for decades to come. Avery's unit at Metro Goldwyn Mayer was all about breaking the fourth wall, shattering expectations and making audiences fall down with laughter. His one-shot masterpieces, including Bad Luck Blackie, Red Hot Riding Hood and Symphony in Slang, have proven themselves pure gold. And continuing characters like Droopy, Screwball Squirrel and George & Junior – not to mention Spike, Red and The Wolf - remain unforgettable comic personas among the top rank of cartoondom. Avery's cartoons were ahead of their time – and their time has come. Finally committed to Blu-ray, this first collection of restored Technicolor shorts feels fresh and new, and is funnier than ever. This set will delight young and old – and will amaze a new generation ready to laugh again.

Tex Avery Screwball Classics. Volume 1 (1943 - 1951)

Posted By: RSU75
1080p (FullHD) / BDRip IMDb
Tex Avery Screwball Classics. Volume 1 (1943 - 1951)

Tex Avery Screwball Classics. Volume 1 (1943 - 1951)
BDRip 1080p | MKV | AVC 1920x1080, ~ 4.1 Mbps | 19 x ~ 7mn | ~ 19 x ~ 280 MB
English: DTS, 2 ch, 1510 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Short, Family

There were several masters of animation during Hollywood's golden era. Of the top two geniuses, one created elaborate fairy tales and ornate feature-length fantasias – the other guy was Tex Avery. He just wanted to make you laugh. Having already been integrally involved in the development of Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny for Warner Bros., Avery moved to MGM in 1941 to create a set of comedy masterpieces that defined a new slapstick style for animation, inspiring cartoonists, comedians and filmmakers for decades to come. Avery's unit at Metro Goldwyn Mayer was all about breaking the fourth wall, shattering expectations and making audiences fall down with laughter. His one-shot masterpieces, including Bad Luck Blackie, Red Hot Riding Hood and Symphony in Slang, have proven themselves pure gold. And continuing characters like Droopy, Screwball Squirrel and George & Junior – not to mention Spike, Red and The Wolf - remain unforgettable comic personas among the top rank of cartoondom. Avery's cartoons were ahead of their time – and their time has come. Finally committed to Blu-ray, this first collection of restored Technicolor shorts feels fresh and new, and is funnier than ever. This set will delight young and old – and will amaze a new generation ready to laugh again.

Tex Avery Screwball Classics. Volume 1 (1943 - 1951)

Posted By: RSU75
720p (HD) / BDRip IMDb
Tex Avery Screwball Classics. Volume 1 (1943 - 1951)

Tex Avery Screwball Classics. Volume 1 (1943 - 1951)
BDRip 720p | MKV | AVC 1280x720, ~ 3.0 Mbps | 19 x ~ 7mn | ~ 19 x ~ 180 MB
English: AC3, 2 ch, 448 Kbps | Subtitles: None
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Short, Family

There were several masters of animation during Hollywood's golden era. Of the top two geniuses, one created elaborate fairy tales and ornate feature-length fantasias – the other guy was Tex Avery. He just wanted to make you laugh. Having already been integrally involved in the development of Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny for Warner Bros., Avery moved to MGM in 1941 to create a set of comedy masterpieces that defined a new slapstick style for animation, inspiring cartoonists, comedians and filmmakers for decades to come. Avery's unit at Metro Goldwyn Mayer was all about breaking the fourth wall, shattering expectations and making audiences fall down with laughter. His one-shot masterpieces, including Bad Luck Blackie, Red Hot Riding Hood and Symphony in Slang, have proven themselves pure gold. And continuing characters like Droopy, Screwball Squirrel and George & Junior – not to mention Spike, Red and The Wolf - remain unforgettable comic personas among the top rank of cartoondom. Avery's cartoons were ahead of their time – and their time has come. Finally committed to Blu-ray, this first collection of restored Technicolor shorts feels fresh and new, and is funnier than ever. This set will delight young and old – and will amaze a new generation ready to laugh again.