Box set containing three popular family movies. 'Looney Tunes Back in Action' (2003) merges live-action film with animation. Daffy Duck (voiced by Joe Alaskey), tired of being upstaged by his rival character Bugs Bunny (Alaskey), quits Hollywood in the company of fired studio stuntman D.J. Drake (Brendan Fraser). When the pair discover that Drake's father, Damian Drake (Timothy Dalton), a movie actor best known for his roles as Bond-style secret agents, really IS a secret agent, and has been kidnapped by the dreaded Mr Chairman (Steve Martin), they set out to rescue him. Damian knows the secret hiding place of the legendary Blue Monkey Diamond, and Mr Chairman will do whatever it takes to get his hands on it. Meanwhile, Daffy and Drake are being pursued across the world by Bugs Bunny and Warner's Head of Comedy, Kate Houghton (Jenna Elfman), who have realised how essential Daffy is to their successful cartoon-making and want to lure him back to the studio. From Hollywood to Paris, Las Vegas to the African jungle, the mis-matched gang fall into all kinds of madcap adventures. In 'Cats and Dogs' (2001), it's a battle for global supremacy waged not between nations or religions, but cats and dogs. Unknown to humans a war between the two has been fought for decades but there is currently a very fragile truce in place. However, when wacky Professor Brody (Jeff Goldblum) makes a discovery that could tip the age-old battle between the rival domestic pet species, Lou (voiced by Tobey Maguire), a feisty young beagle puppy, must act to prevent the felines lead by Mr Tinkles (Sean Hayes), a white persian cat, from achieving world domination. Finally, in 'Kangaroo Jack', when Charlie (Jerry O'Connell) and Louis (Anthony Anderson) accidentally run over a kangaroo, they dress the dead animal in sunglasses and Louis' jacket. But the kangaroo wasn't dead as they imagined, and it hops away out of sight - with stolen money in his pocket. Soon the two boys are on a kangaroo chase around the Australian outback.