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NY Post: WHV States "No Firm Decision" on Looney Tunes "Censored 11" Shorts


The New York Post is quoting a Warner Home Video representative that “no firm decision” to release the controversial “Censored 11” Looney Tunes shorts has been reached, nor is it clear “whether they would go out via the manufacture-on-demand Warner Archive or as a regular commercial release.”

Earlier this week, Toonzone News reported a Warner Archive representative at New York Comic Con stating the controversial set of cartoons would be coming out on the Warner Archive label in 2011. As of press time, the studio has not yet responded to our attempts for an on-the-record followup.

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