Warner Bros. Sing Along

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Warner Bros. Sing Along, was a series of videos on VHS with musical moments from various Warner Bros. films, and TV shows. Lyrics for the songs are displayed on-screen with the font color changing as the audience is meant to sing the lyric.


Introduced in formally May 1998,[1] Warner Bros. Sing Along premiered as the Warner Bros. response to Disney Sing-Along Songs. Warner Bros. sing along tapes debuted in 1994 for the show Animaniacs.


Yakko's World (1994)


Volume notes
  • The debut video that would eventually become the Warner Bros. Sign Along series.

Mostly In Toon (1996)


Volume notes
  • The end credits to the video features the French version of the Animaniacs theme song.

Quest for Camelot (1998)


Volume notes
  • Originally issued to promote the May 15, 1998 theatrical release of Quest for Camelot and representing the launch of the new home video series of (as yet, unnumbered) Sing Alongs.
  • The performance of I Stand Alone is performed by Jess Harnell, instead of Bryan White like in the theatrical version.

Looney Tunes (1998)