Looney Tunes Presents was the last collection of Looney Tunes videos released on the VHS format by Warner Home Video in 1998. It was the first from Warner Bros. to feature the pre-1948 Warner cartoon library on the same tapes as post-48 cartoons (since Turner and Time Warner merged in 1996).
Due to the fact that Warner planned to promote this series the "next generation" of Looney Tunes videos, nearly every previous Warner Home Video and every MGM/UA Home Video release was discontinued in 1999.
This was also the first Looney Tunes video compilation to use the new Warner Home Video logo introduced in 1996, which would continue to be used until 2016.
Dubbed 1995 version (for pre-1948 shorts)
Dubbed 1997 version (for post-1948 shorts, but no dubbed disclaimer seen on original end card)
Dubbed 1998 version (for post-1948 shorts, but no dubbed disclaimer seen on original end card)
Post-1948 shorts that have WB 1997/1998 dubbed version prints (a.k.a. THIS VERSION 1997/1998) prints are presented as dubbed versions as seen on the European VHS tapes, albeit without the dubbed disclaimer on the preserved original ending cards. These "dubbed" prints without the dubbed disclaimer were used again for Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition VHS tapes by Columbia House.
The pre-1948 shorts appear less than the post-1948 shorts in tapes having a mixture of cartoons from the pre-1948 and post-1948 eras.
European releases of Looney Tunes Presents have different shorts compared to their North American releases. On Bugs Bunny: Big Top Bunny, "Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid" was replaced by "Bully for Bugs". On Tweety: Tweet and Lovely, "Tugboat Granny" was replaced by "Muzzle Tough". On Tweety: Home Tweet Home, "Home Tweet Home" was replaced by "A Street Cat Named Sylvester".