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Looney Tunes Back In Action

G - For General Exhibition
No Of Discs
Produced By
Warner Bros
Brendan Fraser, Jenna Elfman, Steve Martin
Previous Non-BBC DVD
"The Avengers: The Complete Series 4"
Next Non-BBC DVD
No information

In 2003, Warner Bros released Looney Tunes Back In Action to cinemas all over the world.

Cover Blurb[]

"Two Thumbs Up!" - Ebert & Roeper Yikes! The fate of the human race is in the hands of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, teaming to wreak hillarious comic mayhem in a fast-paced family adventure combining live-action (starring Brendan Fraser, Jemma Elfman, Steve Martin and more) with animation (a hilarrious cavalcade of Looney Tunes greats). Join the Tunesters as they try to obtain the powerful Blue Monkey gem and stop Acme Corp.'s grab for weirdwide worldwide domination. Connect with you inner Daffy for hare-brained wit and mystery most fowl. For pratfalls and movie in-jokes. For Acme anvils. For more fun than you can catch in jst one viewing. The Looneytics are running the asylum. Welcome to their world.

Special features[]

  • Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote in the all-new Looney Tunes cartoon Whizzard of Ow
  • Behind the Tunes: Bugs and Daffy take you on a looney tour of the film set
  • Bang Crash Boom: The rabbit and duck perspectives on special effects
  • Looney Tunes Out Of Action: Best scenes you've never seen
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Looney Tunes Collection trailer
  • DVD-Rom PC: Link to even more deleted scenes


  • Languages: English/Hebrew
  • Subtitles: English/Hebrew/English for the hearing Impaired
  • Region: 4
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
  • Running time: 87 mins
  • Colour Mode: Colour


  • The Daleks appear in the Area 52 section of the film. This caused a controversy, as Wikipedia states:

The alien cyborgs yelling "Exterminate them!" are Daleks from the British sci-fi series Doctor Who; more precisely, the models used are from the non-canon films Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 AD (distinguishable from the TV versions by the "vapor spray" weapon, although there seems to got circle-shaped death-Ray with it). It was at the insistence of Steve Martin that Daleks be used in that scene. This was the cause of a minor legal issue as the Daleks are owned by the estate of Terry Nation and are not in the public domain as was assumed.

  • The website flickfilosopher was unkind to the film itself, but seemed to give the Daleks the Thumbs up:

The few genuine laughs have nothing to do with Looney Tunes lunacy, like how there are Daleks in Joan Cusack's mad laboratory. I'm not sure why they're there, and they seem pretty confused about the surprising turn of events too, but hearing them warble "Exterminate! Exterminate!" while wobbling across the floor -- and being taken as a serious threat while doing so -- was hilarious.