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Elmer Fudd (Character)
from Good Night Elmer (1940)

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Box-Office Bunny (1990)
Elmer Fudd: Sneak into my theater will you, you wasically wabbit?
Daffy Duck: "Wabbit?" Pardon, mon frere, but this is the rabbit you seek. I'm no rabbit.
Bugs Bunny: Well, if he's no rabbit, then where are his ears?
Daffy Duck: Yeah, Einstein, if I'm no rabbit, then where are my - - oh no, nuh-uh. End of discussion. I've come too far. I'm above all that now.
Bugs Bunny: But not above sneaking into movie theaters.
Daffy Duck: Yeah, but not above sneak - -
[to Elmer]
Daffy Duck: Are you going to stand around jabbering all day? Catch this guy!

[Bugs is disguised as a snack bar attendant]
Elmer Fudd: Say, have you seen a wabbit wun by here?
Bugs Bunny: No I haven't, Mac, but what can I get ya?
Elmer Fudd: Well, I am kinda hungwy...
[Daffy slaps his forehead]
Elmer Fudd: Having a warge popcorn.
[Bugs gives Elmer a large box of popcorn]
Elmer Fudd: And a medium soft dwink.
[Bugs gives Elmer a medium sized soda]

[Bugs is still disguised as a snack bar attendant]
Daffy Duck: Look, my little gluttonous friend does anything here appear to be out of the ordinary?
Elmer Fudd: They're all out of gum dwops?

[Daffy and Elmer have been sent flying into a movie]
Daffy Duck: Hey! We're in pictures!
[a Jason Voorhees-look alike appears and revs his chainsaw]
Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd: AAHH!
Daffy Duck: Let me out of here!
Elmer Fudd: Let me out of here!
Daffy Duck: Wah-ha-ha-ha!
Elmer Fudd: Let us out of here!
[Bugs is in the audience watching]
Bugs Bunny: It takes a miracle to get into pictures, and now these two jokers wanna get out.

Daffy Duck: Let me make it easy you, Sherlock. This is the rabbit.
Elmer Fudd: Hey, you're right.
[Bugs runs away]
Daffy Duck: After him!

Bugs Bunny: Ask me to leave? what about you? Where's your ticket, Mac.
Elmer Fudd: Me, I don't a ticket.
Bugs Bunny: No ticket?
Elmer Fudd: It must be here someplace.
Bugs Bunny: No ticket, eh, Well you've got one now. You know how fast were coming down to that aisle?
Elmer Fudd: No, officer.
Bugs Bunny: real fast. And weaving. And you've got one headlight. Why there might've been kids playing in the aisle. You're in some big trouble, that's all I know.
Elmer Fudd: Oh, Mr. officer, sir, please give break. you see, I was just - hey, you're that screwy rabbit that snuck in here.

[Elmer and Daffy bursts through the "That's All Folks!" ending card to escape out of the movie]
Bugs Bunny: And That's All, Folks.

Movie Actor: It's matter if it's dangerous, huh? I was born in Brooklyn, I dropped out of school in Brooklyn, and now I'm gonna be ready to die for Brooklyn.
Movie actress: Benny, I love you.
[Bugs munched on his carrot]
Elmer Fudd: Ssshhhh.
[Elmer points his flashlight at Bugs]
Bugs Bunny: Eh, what's up, doc?
Elmer Fudd: Excuse me, but you have to be qwiet or - hey, I didn't see you come in. If you've haven't got a ticket, I must ask you to weave.

Elmer Fudd: Having a warge popcorn.
[Bugs gives Elmer a large box of popcorn]
Elmer Fudd: And a medium soft drink.
[Bugs gives Elmer a medium-sized soda]

Duck! Rabbit, Duck! (1953)
Elmer Fudd: [to Bugs as a game warden] Oh, Mr. Game Warden. I hope you can help me. I've been told I could shoot wabbits and goats and pigeons and mongooses and dirty skunks and ducks. Could you tell me what season it weawwy is?
Bugs Bunny: Why, coitenly, me boy. It's baseball season!

Elmer: [after shooting a rabbit Bugs made out of snow] Good heavens! He disintegwated.
[Bugs comes down as the "angel" of the snow rabbit]
Bugs: Eh, what's up, doc? How are things down here on Earth?
Elmer: I'm sowwy, Mr. Wabbit. I hope I didn't hurt you too much when I killed you.
Daffy: Are you nuts? Why, if he's dead, then I'm a mongoose!
Bugs' Sign: Mongoose Season.
[Elmer shoots the "mongoose"]

Elmer Fudd: Got you, you wabbit stew, you.
Bugs Bunny: Look, Doc. Are you looking for trouble? I'm not a stewing rabbit. I'm a fricasseeing rabbit.
Elmer Fudd: Fwicasseeing wabbit?
Bugs Bunny: Have you got a fricasseeing rabbit license?
Elmer Fudd: Well, no. I...
Bugs Bunny: Do you happen to know what the penalty is for shooting a fricasseeing rabbit without a fricasseeing rabbit license?

Elmer Fudd: I'm a wed-hot sportsman after wild game. Heh-heh-heh-heh.

Daffy Duck: Now then, you've got it straight: You're not gonna pay no more attention to no more signs! You're just gonna listen to me, right?
Elmer Fudd: Wight.
Bugs: [disguised as a duck] Quack! Quack!
[moves his eyebrows up and down]
Daffy Duck: Oh, so that's his little game is it? Shoot the duck! Shoot the duck!
Elmer Fudd: [shoots Daffy Duck]

[Bugs is disguised as a game warden]
Elmer Fudd: Oh, Mr. Game Warden, I hope you can help me. I've been told I can shoot wabbits, and goats, and pigeons, and mongooses, and dirty skunks, and ducks. Can you tell me what season it weawy is?
Bugs Bunny: Why certainly, my boy.
[Holds up a baseball]
Bugs Bunny: It's baseball season!
[Elmer laughs dementedly]
Bugs Bunny: [Throws the baseball] Here, boy! Here, boy! Go get it! Go get it!
[Elmer runs after the baseball, shooting it repeatedly]

Daffy Duck: [to Elmer about Bugs] What is this, a cooking class? Shoot him! Shoot him!
Elmer Fudd: But I haven't got a wicense to shoot a fwicasseeing wabbit.

Daffy Duck: All right now, let's go over it once more: now, what are you?
Elmer Fudd: I'm a hunter.
Daffy Duck: And what season is it?
Elmer Fudd: Wabbit season.
Daffy Duck: [pointing to Bugs] And there's a rabbit! Shoot him! Shoot him!
[Elmer hurries over to blast Bugs, but actually just blasts to smithereens a snowman dummy version of him]
Elmer Fudd: Good heavens! He disintegwated.

What's Opera, Doc? (1957)
Elmer Fudd: [to Ride of the Valkyries] Kill da wabbit! Kill da wabbit! Kill da wabbit!

Elmer Fudd: Oh, Bwunehiwda, you're so wuvwee.
Bugs Bunny: Yes I know it, I can't help it.

Elmer Fudd: I will do it with my spear and magic helmet!
Bugs Bunny: Your spear and magic helmet?
Elmer Fudd: Spear and magic helmet!
Bugs Bunny: Magic helmet?
Elmer Fudd: Magic helmet!
Bugs Bunny: [aside to audience, cynical] Magic helmet.

Elmer Fudd: Weturn, my wove / A wonging burns deep inside me.
Bugs: Return, my love / I want you always beside me.
Elmer Fudd: Wove wike ours must be...
Bugs: Made for you and for me.
Bugs, Elmer Fudd: Return / Won't you return my love / For my love is yours.

Elmer Fudd as Siegfried: I'll kill the wabbit! Awise storm! North wind bwow! South wind bwow! Huwwicanes! Typhoons! Earthquakes! *Smog!*

Elmer Fudd as Siegfried: Yes, magic helmet and I'll give you a sample.
[summons lightning that strikes Bugs]
Bugs Bunny: Bye-yeee!
[quickly runs off]
Elmer Fudd as Siegfried: Dat was da wabbit!

Elmer Fudd as Siegfried: Oh, what have I done? / I've killed the wabbit / Poor wittle bunny / Poor wittle wabbit.

Bugs' Bonnets (1956)
Elmer Fudd: [as a Thanksgiving hunter] I'm just shooting turkeys for the Thanksgiving dinner.
Bugs Bunny: [as a Indian chief] Ug.
[grabs Elmer's gun and begins to shoot him]
Bugs Bunny: Yah-ahboahboahboahboboo!

Bugs Bunny: [wearing a judge's wig] You're a family man, Monahan, so I'm only going to sentence you to 45 years, at hard labor. One thing I cannot stand is a dishonorable police officer.
Elmer Fudd: [as a bride] Ohhhh, ju-u-u-udge? Will you marry me?
Bugs Bunny: [groom's hat flies on top of Bugs' head] Certainly, my darling sweety. I would be delighted to marry up with you.

[first lines]
Narrator: It is a well-known psychological fact that people's behavior is strongly affected by the way they dress. For instance, if we alter this gentleman's attire to something more romantic, certain changes in attitude may perhaps be detected.
[the man's business suit is changed to a pirate outfit]
Man: Batten down the keelhaul! Yahoo! Kill the women and children first! Blood! Gore! Spit 'em on the tatters!
Narrator: Even a change of hats will usually bring certain changes.
[Elmer Fudd appears on screen]
Narrator: Look at this mild-mannered little man. A rather quaint figure, we might say, in his old-fashioned clothes. Yet put a hunter's cap on his head and let's see what happens.
Elmer Fudd: Bang, bang, bang! Come out of your holes, you cowardwy wabbits! Bang, bang! And I'll bwow you to smitteweenies!

Elmer Fudd: Come on out now, and let me see the cowor of your spurting bwood!
Bugs Bunny: My spurting blood? Yipe!

Elmer Fudd: [wearing a General McArthur hat] I have weturned!
Bugs Bunny: Yipes! I've been outweighted!

Bugs Bunny: [to Elmer, wearing a gangster's hat, smoking a cigar] I told ya, Marooni, this was my territory. Told ya to keep out, so...
[Bugs blows cigar smoke in Elmer's face while he says:]
Bugs Bunny: I'm gonna rub ya out, Marooni, see? Yeah, rub ya... out, see? Yeah. See? Out. See? Out.
[a police cap falls on Elmer's head]
Bugs Bunny: See?
Elmer Fudd: All wight, Wocky, you're comin' with me, you mawefactor!
Bugs Bunny: Hey, look, copper, we can settle this outta court. Yeah, moolah, yeah.
[he hands Elmer a wad of cash]
Bugs Bunny: Ten G's, yeah. Buy somethin' for the kids, yeah.
Elmer Fudd: How dare you twy to bwibe me, you miscweant!

The Bugs Bunny Mystery Special (1980) (TV)
Taxi Radio Announcer: Calling Agent Fudd, calling Agent Fudd: the Tall Dark Stranger is about to leave the City Bank.
Elmer Fudd: At wast! I've got you this time, Tall Dark Stranger! Step on it! Bye-bye!

Bugs Bunny: Gee, I uh, really don't think I'm your type, Doc.
Elmer Fudd: Don't play games with me, Wabbit! You're under awwest!
[handcuffs Bugs]
Bugs Bunny: [munches on his carrot] A simple case of mistaken indemnity.

Elmer Fudd: It's the end of the wine, Tall Dark Stwanger. I have a warrant for your awwest!
[shows Bugs a card saying "I. O. U.", but he soon turns it over and is surprised]
Elmer Fudd: I. O. U.?
Bugs Bunny: And *I* *love* *you*!
[smooches Elmer]

Elmer Fudd: Aha! I've got you now! You tall, dark stwanger!
[Bugs tacitly tells Elmer that the tall dark stranger wasn't him, he motions Elmer to look at the actual tall dark stranger, looming before them]
Bugs Bunny: All right now, this has gone far enough. Let's have a look at ya.
[the stranger unmasks himself, which turns out to be Porky]
Elmer Fudd, Bugs Bunny: You!
Porky Pig: [stammers] Well, I had to get this story...
Porky Pig: moving somehow.
Bugs Bunny: I could've sworn the butler did it.

Elmer Fudd: [seeing the empty ceiling hook on the train] Gwacious! The tall dark stwanger has stwuck again!

Elmer Fudd: I want *you* to go after that *wabbit*. You're sneaky, woithless, wotten, and mean.
Yosemite Sam: Robbery'll get you nowhere!
Elmer Fudd: [handing Sam a sack of money] Aw, pwetty pwease?

Design for Leaving (1954)
Elmer Fudd: Every time you push one of those buttons, something happens to me.
Daffy Duck: Well, I'll tell you what, this time, you push a button.
Elmer Fudd: Alwight.
Elmer Fudd: I think I'll push this wed one.
Daffy Duck: No! No! No! No! No! Not the wed one! Don't ever push the wed one!

Daffy Duck: Here's the very last word in garbage disposal units. It's actually ten years ahead of its time.
[Throws garbage in]
Elmer Fudd: Say, that weawwy does the twick, awwight.
Daffy Duck: And it's so simple. It only has one moving part. Regardez.
[Opens doors under sink to show a pig eating the garbage thrown down the drain]

Daffy Duck: Say, I'll bet you're tired of looking at those dirty windows.
Elmer Fudd: Well, I, um...
Daffy Duck: We can take care of that.
[Pushes a button on the panel; a robot covers up a window with bricks]
Daffy Duck: There. Now you'll never have to look at those dirty windows anymore.

Daffy Duck: Say, here's a little gadget you're gonna love. Give me that.
[Takes off Elmer's bow tie]
Elmer Fudd: Hey!
[Mechanical arms drop down with a tie]
Daffy Duck: Ties any knot you want. Bow, four-in-hand, five-in-hand, false granny, Windsor, Schmindsor... Well, let's try this one.
[Pushes button]
Elmer Fudd: [gags as the arms choke him with the tie as a noose] Help! Get me down!
Daffy Duck: Whoops! Wrong button. Uh, that's the Alcatraz ascot.

Elmer Fudd: That's the wast stwaw! Pack up all this push-button nonsense and wemove it fwom my pwemises! I'm going upstairs and take an aspiwin.
[Walks over to door, then stops]
Elmer Fudd: My stairway's gone! What have you done with my stairs?
Daffy Duck: Stairs, schmairs. Come here.
[takes Elmer to a square on the floor]
Daffy Duck: We don't walk upstairs in the push-button home.
[Steps on a button on the floor]
Daffy Duck: We bring the upstairs downstairs.
[the top floor comes down around them]
Daffy Duck: Neat?
Elmer Fudd: But what happens to the downstairs?
Daffy Duck: Say, that's a good question. What do you say we find out?
[Pushes button again; top floor goes up again, leaving all the downstairs furniture crushed]

Elmer Fudd: Say, I wonder what that wed button is for?
[he pushes the red button on the panel that says For Tidal Waves Only, the house raises into sky, Daffy Duck arrives in a helicopter]
Daffy Duck: For a small price, I can install this little blue button to get you down.

Rabbit Fire (1951)
Bugs: For shame, Doc! Huntin' rabbits with an elephant gun.
Elmer Fudd: Ewephant gun?
Bugs: That's right, Doc. So why don't you go shoot an elephant?
Elephant: You do, and I'll give you such a pinch!
[the elephant whacks Elmer into the ground]

Bugs: Say, doc, are you trying to get yourself in trouble with the law? This ain't wabbit huntin' season.
Elmer Fudd: It's not?
Bugs: No, it's duck huntin' season.
Daffy: That, sir, is an in-mitigated frab-rication. It's wabbit season.
Bugs: Duck season.
Daffy: Wabbit season.
Bugs: Duck season.
Daffy: Wabbit season.
Bugs: Duck season.
Daffy: Wabbit season.
Bugs: Wabbit season.
Daffy: Duck season.
Bugs: Wabbit season.
Daffy: I say it's duck season. And I say fire!

Elmer Fudd: [pulls rifle trigger] Well, what do you know? No more buwwets.
Bugs: No more buwwets?
Bugs: [to Daffy] Hey, Laughing Boy, no more buwwets!
Daffy: No more buwwets? Here, let me see that thing.
[Daffy looks into shaft]
Daffy: Hmm.
[the gun fires in Daffy's face]
Elmer Fudd: Well, what do you know? One buwwet left!
Bugs: One buwwet left? Hey, Laughing Boy, there was...
Daffy: [as his scalp, with a bullet lodged in it, flaps behind him] I know, I *know*!

Bugs: [as a lady hunter] Oh, how simply dreadful. You poor little man. Did I hurt you with my naughty gun?
Elmer Fudd: Aw, shucks. Well, I... Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!
[Daffy, as a hunting dog, bites Elmer in the leg]
Elmer Fudd: Yeow!
Bugs: Gypsy, you naughty bow-wow. Stop that.

Elmer Fudd: I'm sowwy, fewwas, but I'm a vegetawian. I just hunt for the sport of it. Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!
Bugs: Oh, yeah? Well, there's other sport besides huntin', ya know!
Daffy: Anyone for tennis?
[Elmer shoots Daffy]
Daffy: Nice game!

Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over (1980) (TV)
Elmer Fudd: It's wabbit season, and I'm hunting wabbits, so be vewy, vewy quiet!

Bugs Bunny: [Elmer has just run on the air after being chased by Bugs, riding a cannonball-like cork] Hey, Doc, you have a slight problem.
Elmer Fudd: I do? What?
Bugs Bunny: [pointing to the ground] Gravity.
Elmer Fudd: [walking back toward the ground] No uh, that's all right. We haven't studied gwavity yet.

Bugs: Eh, what's in it for me, Doc?
Elmer: What's in what for you?
Bugs: Eh, what's in it for me to be "vewy, vewy quiet"?
Elmer: Well, uh, gee. I, uh, I don't know. I, uh, I didn't know I had to pay for quiet. Uh, how 'bout a nickel?
Bugs: AHA! Tryin' to bribe me, eh?'! That, sir, is contributing to the delinquency of a minor!

Bugs: [to the home audience] I wonder if some of you out there would care to contribute to the delinquency of a minor. After all, you wouldn't want me to WOIK my way through reform school. Hey, y'got a pencil? Just send all contributions to Bugs Bunny.
Elmer: Bugs Bunny?'! Why, you're a pesky wabbit! I'm gonna blast you good!

Elmer Fudd: [after he drops his gravity book into a canyon below] Fwankwy, ignowance is the best policy.

Hare Tonic (1945)
Elmer Fudd: [singing] Mama's wittle baby woves wabbit, wabbit, Mama's wittle baby woves wabbit stew!
Bugs Bunny: [inside Elmer's basket] Eh, what's up, Doc? What's in the basket?
Elmer Fudd: A wabbit. I'm gonna make a wabbit stew.
Bugs Bunny: Rabbit? Mmm, mmm! Love it, love it!
[Jumps out of basket and jumps excitedly in front of Elmer]
Bugs Bunny: Hey, Lemme see the rabbit, mister! Can I see the rabbit, Huh? Please let me see the rabbit!
Elmer Fudd: Awright.
[Bugs goes inside basket, comes out other side]
Bugs Bunny: No rabbit in there, Doc! You've been robbed!
Elmer Fudd: No wabbit? Well, I...
[Elmer crawls into basket, Bugs carries basket]
Bugs Bunny: [singing] Mama's little baby loves rabbit, rabbit, mama's little baby loves rabbit stew!
Elmer Fudd: Ooh, you twickster! You're the wabbit!

Bugs Bunny: [as Dr. Killpatient] Tell me, Mr. Fudd. Do you have any rabbit inclinations?
Elmer Fudd: Well, no.
Bugs Bunny: What's two times two?
Elmer Fudd: Four.
Bugs Bunny: Three times three?
Elmer Fudd: Six.
Bugs Bunny: Ah-ha! Multiplying! Yep, you're even beginning to look like a rabbit.

Elmer Fudd: Oh, this is tewwible. Trapped with a cwazy, contaminated wabbit.
Bugs Bunny: Oh, now doc. Don't get yourself in a dither. How do you know I'm contaminated? I haven't got no symptoms. You don't see no spots before my eyes, do you?
[Spots appear before Bugs' eyes]
Elmer Fudd: Oh, gwacious!
Bugs Bunny: My tongue ain't coated. See?
[Sticks out his tongue; it has a small overcoat on]
Elmer Fudd: Oh, my gwacious!
Bugs Bunny: I don't throw fits.
[Starts throwing fits]
Elmer Fudd: Oh, gwacious! Oh, my!
[Bugs advances towards Elmer like the Frankenstein monster; Elmer backs against a wall]
Bugs Bunny: No, siree. Never felt better in my life. I'm full of pep.
[Grabs Elmer's hand and starts dancing with him]
Bugs Bunny: Well yes, yes. Well all reet. C'mon, Jackson. Cut yourself a slice of rug.
Elmer Fudd: Oh, let go of my hand, you cwazy wabbit! Oh, now you've done it. You've contaminated me! Oh, ho-ho-ho-ho!

Bugs Bunny: [in disguise] I'm Dr. Killpatient from the Board of Health. Where's the contaminated rabbit at?
Elmer Fudd: Oh, I'm gweatwy gwatified to see you, Doctor.
Bugs Bunny: Okay, okay, where's he at?
Elmer Fudd: He's wight in here, some pwace.
Bugs Bunny: [Enters a room and closes the door] Hmm. Mmm-hmm. Hmm. Yes? Mmm.
[Opens door]
Bugs Bunny: Mr. Fudd, come in a minute, please.
[They enter the room; it's painted with colored spots]
Elmer Fudd: Oh! Oh, my gwacious!
Bugs Bunny: [Hiding the buckets of paint] Why, what's the matter, Fudd?
Elmer Fudd: Spots! I see spots before my eyes!
Bugs Bunny: Spots? Mmm, that's bad. Spots, Mmm. Foist symptom of rabittitus.

Bugs Bunny: [as Dr. Kilpatient] Okay Doc let me test your reflexes,
[hits his knee with a mallet]
Bugs Bunny: first this one,
[hits his other knee]
Bugs Bunny: than that one, this one, that one, this one, that one
[Bugs and Elmer go off into a Russian Dance]
Bugs Bunny: Hey!
Elmer Fudd: [suddenly realizing] Hey you're not a doctor you're that scwewy wabbit!
Bugs Bunny: [continues dancing] Hey!
[Elmer whips out a shotgun and shoots at him]
Bugs Bunny: Hey!,Hey!,Hey!
[runs away]

The Unruly Hare (1945)
Elmer Fudd: [singing] I've been working on the wailwoad, all the wive, wong day...
Bugs Bunny: Hey! That sounds like Frankey Sinatra, or an unreasonable facsimile.

Elmer Fudd: There's something screwy around here!
Bugs Bunny: Eh, could be you, Doc.

[Elmer has Bugs at gunpoint]
Bugs Bunny: Only a rat would shoot a guy...
[turns around]
Bugs Bunny: ...in the back.
[Elmer starts to pull on the trigger]
Bugs Bunny: I reiterate: only a big, fat rat would shoot a guy in the back.
[Elmer shoots; a smoke cloud appears where Bugs was]
Elmer Fudd: So I'm a big, fat wat!
Bugs Bunny: [coming out of smoke] Ah, have some cheese, rat!
[shoves cheese wedge on Elmer's mouth]

Elmer Fudd: I hate wittle, gway wabbits.

Bugs Bunny: Eh, what's up, Doc?
Elmer Fudd: I just put a scwewy wabbit out of his misewy.
Bugs Bunny: It's murder, he says! How gruesome.
[Peeks down rabbit hole with Elmer]
Bugs Bunny: [Whispering] Don't look now, Doc, but you missed me.

Ant Pasted (1953)
[after Elmer Fudd threw first firecracker. This did not attack the ants]
Elmer Fudd: Hoowee, for the fourth of July!

[after Elmer Fudd quietly snuck up to the ants' colonies and surprised the ants, by dropping a firecracker, into the leaders' hole that declared war on him, he then put his finger into the hole, so the ants were unable to retreat from the explosion, of the firecracker. After the firecracker exploded, Elmer Fudd chuckled evilly]
Elmer Fudd: Heh, he, heh!
[after Elmer Fudd's evil laugh and seeing a majority of the ants' colonies blow up and shoot out numerous injued ants, he quickly walks back to his 'base']

[after an ant tried to catch Elmer Fudd off guard, it blew out the firecracker and headed back to its colony. A larger cannon ball designed bomb exploded, destroying Elmer Fudd's wristwatch]
Elmer Fudd: Why don't you ants go under ground, where you bewong?

[after a general of the ants sets a briefcase, to send numeruos firecrackers over Elmer Fudd's ground, and getting blackfaced, Elmer Fudd extremely irate, throws firecrackers back to the ants' colonies. At this same time, a group of winged ants, fly over Elmer Fudd's base and drop more firecrackers on him and causing him to run away]
Elmer Fudd: You'll never take me awive!
[Elmer Fudd then quickly runs away. Then a leading ant lights a firecracker, that lost some of its gunpowder. The lit gunpowder explodes apparently killing Elmer Fudd, and the victorious ants do a salute, as a parade of fireworks occurs. Then the Closing Credits musical theme song begins]

A Wild Hare (1940)
Bugs Bunny: [with his hands over Elmer's eyes] Guess who?
Elmer Fudd: Heddy Wamarr?
Bugs Bunny: No.
Elmer Fudd: Cawole Wombard?
Bugs Bunny: Nope.
Elmer Fudd: Wosemawy Wane?
Bugs Bunny: Nope. Guess again.
Elmer Fudd: Owivia De Haviwand?
Bugs Bunny: Nope, but you're getting warmer.
Elmer Fudd: Say, you wouldn't be that scwewy wabbit, would you?
Bugs Bunny: Ehh... could be!

[first lines]
Elmer Fudd: [first occurence of this line] Be vewy, vewy qwiet. I'm hunting wabbits.

Elmer Fudd: Doggone you, old, mean wabbit!

Elmer Fudd: Pardon me, but you know, you wook just wike a wabbit.
Bugs Bunny: Ehhh... c'mere. Listen, doc.
Bugs Bunny: Now don't spread this around, but, uh... confidentially...
Bugs Bunny: I *AM* A WABBIT!

Slick Hare (1947)
Bogart: Hey, waiter. C'mere.
Elmer Fudd: Yes sir, Mr. Bogart. Ah, we have some vewy nice...
Bogart: Cut the gab and bring me an order of fried rabbit.
Elmer Fudd: Oh, I'm vewy sorry, Mr. Bogart. But we're just fwesh out of wabbit. Heh-heh-heh-heh. We got some vewy nice Cwepe Suzzette.
Bogart: [Picking up Elmer by the lapels] I said I want rabbit, and I'll give you just 20 minutes to bring it, or else.
[lays a gun on the table]
Elmer Fudd: [nervous] Yes, sir, Mr. Bogart. The customer is always wight. Heh-heh-heh, heh-heh.

Bogart: [Closing lines] Well, time's up, shorty. Where's my rabbit?
Elmer Fudd: Pwease, Mr. Bogart. I couldn't get a wabbit. I twied and I twied.
Bogart: Oh, yeah? Well, I guess there's just one thing left for me to do.
[reaches into his coat pocket]
Elmer Fudd: Don't! Pwease, don't!
Bogart: [Pulling out a handkerchief to wipe his brow] Baby will just have to have a ham sandwich, instead.
Bugs Bunny: Baby?
[Bugs comes out of his hiding place and hops onto Bogart's table, placing himself on the dinner plate as the main course. Sitting there is "Baby" - Lauren Bacall]
Bugs Bunny: Remember, garçon. The customer is always right. If it's rabbit baby wants, rabbit baby gets.
[Bugs then howls and wolf whistles at Bacall]

Bugs Bunny: Eh, what's up, Doc?
Elmer Fudd: Pardon me, Mister Wabbit, but Mr. Humphwey Bogart would just wove to have you for dinner.
Bugs Bunny: Yeah? Well, that's mighty neighborly of him. You tell Bogie if he wants me, all he has to do is just whistle.
[Turns on a tea kettle to make it whistle; pops up wearing coattails and top hat]
Bugs Bunny: Good evening, Maitre d'. Am I the first to arrive? Eh, by the way, what's on the menu for tonight? In other words... eh, what's cooking, doc?
Elmer Fudd: Oh, eh, something vewy special. Fried wabbit.
Bugs Bunny: Fried wabbit? Mmm-mm! Love it, love it, looove it! Eh, let's have a peek at it, shall we?
Elmer Fudd: Well, wight over here.
[Puts a mirror in the pot for Bugs to see himself in it]
Bugs Bunny: Now there's a delicious-looking rabbit.
[Realizes he's looking at his reflection; turns to Elmer]
Bugs Bunny: [Very fast] Oh, I just remembered, previous engagement, I must be going, my apologies to Mr. Bogart, matter of life and death, unavoidable, gotta go.

Bugs Bunny: [Disguised as waiter] One lemon meringue pie!
Elmer Fudd: One wemon mewingue pie coming up!
[Goes behind counter and gets pie]
Elmer Fudd: Pick up pie!
Bugs Bunny: [enters kitchen, picks up pie] Roger!
[Enters again and hits Elmer in face with pie]
Bugs Bunny: Your pie, sir!
[Leaves and enters again]
Bugs Bunny: One banana cream pie!
Elmer Fudd: One banana cweam pie coming up! Pick up pie!
Bugs Bunny: [Same as before] Roger! Your pie, sir! One coconut custard pie with whipped cream!
Elmer Fudd: One coconut custard pie with whipped cweam coming up! Say, you know what I think? I think that's the wabbit. Well, he who waughs wast... He he he! Pick up pie!
Bugs Bunny: Rogerini!
[as Bugs enters, Elmer throws the pie; Bugs ducks and the pie goes over his head; Enter Bogart with pie on his face]
Bogart: Why did you hit me in the face with a coconut custard pie with whipped cream?
Elmer Fudd: Pwease, Mr. Bogart...!
Bogart: Now listen, chubby. You got just five more minutes to get me my rabbit. Get me?

The Old Grey Hare (1944)
Elmer J. Fudd: Hey, where am I? What happened? I'm all wrinkled. What year is this?
[reading newspaper]
Elmer J. Fudd: 2000 A.D.? Gwacious! What's this?
[reading some more]
Elmer J. Fudd: Bing Crosby's horse hasn't come in yet? Hey! Smellavision wepwaces television? Howy mackarel!

[first lines]
Elmer J. Fudd: [crying] I twied and I twied, but I just simpwy can't seem to catch that old wabbit!
God: If at first you don't succeed, Elmer, try, try again.
Elmer J. Fudd: Twy, twy again? Yeah, but how wong will it take?
God: Come, Elmer. Let us look far into the future.
Elmer J. Fudd: Will I eventually catch the wabbit?
God: Come, Elmer. Come past the years 1950, 1960, past 1970, '80, '90... When you hear the sound of the gong, it will be exactly 2000 A.D.

Bugs Bunny: Eh, what's up, prune face?
Elmer J. Fudd: Shhh! I'm wooking for a wittle gwey wabbit.
Bugs Bunny: Tell me, droopy, what's he look like?
Elmer J. Fudd: He wooks... just wike you!
[aims gun at Bugs]
Bugs Bunny: Not so fast there, Grandpaw.

[last lines]
Elmer J. Fudd: [buried underground] Well, anyway, that pesky wabbit is out of my life forever and ever.
Bugs Bunny: [pops in] Well now, I wouldn't say that.
[kisses Elmer and hands him a lit stick of dynamite; iris out]

Beanstalk Bunny (1955)
Bugs: You're the Giant in the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, aren't you?
Elmer: Well, yes.
Bugs: And the Giant in the story of Jack and the Beanstalk wasn't after no wabbit, now was he? He was after Jack. Right?
Elmer: Well, I guess maybe that is wight.
Bugs: All right then.
[Pointing to Daffy]
Bugs: He is Jack.
Daffy: It's a lie. It's a lie. My name is, uh, Aloysius. His name is Jack. Jack Rabbit.
Bugs: Oh, no. You're Jack, all right.
Daffy: I am not. You're Jack.
Bugs: You are Jack and you know it, because it is a fact.
Elmer: I guess I'll have to open up with a pair of Jacks.

Elmer Fudd: I'll gwind yer bones to make me bwead.

Elmer: [Holding a pepper mill] This ought to gwind their bones vewy nicewy.

Elmer: I smell the bwood of an Engwish wabbit.

The Wabbit Who Came to Supper (1942)
Elmer Fudd: Good widdence to bad wubbish.

Bugs Bunny: [Bugs has just been locked outside. He prepares to bust the door down, but starts choking] Hey, I'm getting pneumonia! Open up! I'll die.
Bugs Bunny: [frantic pounding on door] I'll die! No, I'm too young to die! Please... please let me in! Hey, this scene oughta get me the Academy Award.
[resumes acting]
Bugs Bunny: Say goodbye to Uncle Louie for me... Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
[fakes death. Elmer then opens the door]
Elmer Fudd: Uncle Wouie?
[see Bugs on the floor]
Elmer Fudd: What have I done? Thwee miwwion dowwars all shot to pieces.

Bugs Bunny: [Elmer is chasing Bugs around Elmer's grandfather clock,the clock then chimes] Happy New Year! Happy New Year! Yipee! Hooray! Happy New Year!
[grabs Elmer's hands and starts singing "Auld Lang Syne",Elmer starts to sing, but then looks at the calendar,which says July]
Elmer Fudd: Why you...
Bugs Bunny: [Bugs stops singing] Well, yipe again!

The Wacky Wabbit (1942)
Elmer Fudd: [wearing a girdle] Don't waugh. I'll bet pwenty of you men wear one of these.

Bugs Bunny: Gold! They discovered gold!
Elmer Fudd: Gold! Gold! Wovewy, yewwow gold! Where? Where?
Bugs Bunny: [Points at gold tooth] Ah, here.
Elmer Fudd: That's nothing. I have one wight...
[Points at his own gold tooth; realizes he's been had and burbles with rage]
Bugs Bunny: You chubby little rascal.

[Last lines]
Elmer Fudd: Wabbit, I came here for gold, and I'm going to get it!
Bugs Bunny: No! No! No! Not that! Not that! Anything but...
[Elmer and Bugs fight until Elmer has a gold tooth in his hands]
Elmer Fudd: Euweka! Gold at wast! He-he-he-he!
[Smiles, showing a gap where his gold tooth was]
Bugs Bunny: Euweka! Gold at wast! He-he-he-he!
[Points at his intact gold tooth]

Wabbit Twouble (1941)
Elmer Fudd: Westful wetweat - Bawoney! I'll show you. Take that!
[Begins hacking at the sign with an axe]
Elmer Fudd: And that! And that! And that! Peace and wewaxation, huh? Wubbish! Take that! And that! And that! And...
[Turns to see a park ranger glowering over him; Elmer grins]
Elmer Fudd: Hewo. Heh heh heh heh.

Elmer Fudd: [in jail] Well, anyway, I'm wid of that gwizzwy bear and scwewy wabbit. West and wewaxation at wast!
Bugs Bunny: [on bottom bunk of Elmer's cell] Eh, pardon me, but how long ya in for, Doc?
[chomps carrot]
Bear: [on top bunk] Yeah, yeah, uh, pardon me, but how long ya in for, Doc?
[chomps carrot]

Elmer Fudd: [after nailing a board over Bugs's hole] That'll hold him alwight, heh heh heh heh heh.
Bugs Bunny: [opens the board over his hole, imitating Elmer] That'll hold him alwight, heh heh heh heh heh. Phooey!

Stage Door Cartoon (1944)
Elmer Fudd: Which way did he go? Which way did he go?

Elmer Fudd: [Carries fishing gear] I bet you think I'm going fishing. No. Bewieve it or not, I'm hunting a certain wascawwy wabbit.
[Hooks a carrot onto fishing hook]
Elmer Fudd: Wabbits wove cawwots.
[casts line into rabbit hole]
Elmer Fudd: Pwetty cwafty, eh?

Southern Sheriff: [to Elmer, who has no pants on] You're under arrest for indecent southern exposure. Is agin' the law. Get a-goin'! It's the hoosegow for you, bub.
[as they are leaving the theater, a Bugs Bunny cartoon starts playing]
Southern Sheriff: Say, just a moment. Hold your horses. It's one of them Bugs Bunny cartoonies a-comin' on. I just dotes on that there critter's doin's. Sit, son. I ain't a gonna miss this'n.
Bugs Bunny: [On screen] Eh, what's up, Doc?
Southern Sheriff: [Laughing] Look at that critter! What a scalawag! Don't he beat all?
[On screen, Bugs is putting on the sheriff costume]
Southern Sheriff: I can't stand it! He's a-killin' me!
Elmer Fudd: Hey! Wait a minute, you impostor. You're not shewiff. You're the wabbit in disguise. Off with it, you twickster.
[Tears off the sheriff's clothes; he's not Bugs Bunny after all]
Southern Sheriff: Hmm. You'll swing for this, sir!
[as the sheriff escorts Elmer out of the theater, the band conductor takes off his wig and reveals himself as Bugs]
Bugs Bunny: [Imitating Jimmy Durante] Ah-ha-ha-ha! I got a million of them!

Elmer's Pet Rabbit (1941)
Elmer Fudd: That was weawwy an awfuwwy good weg of wamb.

Elmer Fudd: [looking at newspaper] I wonder how Dick Twacy made out today.

Bugs Bunny: What's this?
Elmer Fudd: Your dinner.
Bugs Bunny: My what? My dinner! What do you think I am... a rabbit? I'll starve before I eat this stuff.
[Starts eating]
Bugs Bunny: You'll be sorry... starving a little gray rabbit! This is terrible! Me eating this stuff! How do you expect me to stomach this stuff?

"Drawn Together: Gay Bash (#1.3)" (2004)
Snagglepuss: [to Xandir] Heavens to mergatroid! You look fabulous, even!
Elmer Fudd: What a weally gweat behind.

Elmer Fudd: Shh, be vewy vewy qwiet. I'm going to welease your thwobbing member from its weather pwison.

The Matwix (2001) (VG)
Elmer Fudd: This has been a terrible mistake. I want to go home.

Elmer Fudd: Oh, that rascally rabbit!

Rabbit of Seville (1950)
Bugs Bunny: How about a nice, close shave? / Teach your whiskers to behave. / Lots of lather, lots of soap. / Please hold still, don't be a dope. / Now we're ready for the scraping / There's no use to try escaping. / Yell and scream and rant and rave. / It's no use, you need a shave!
Elmer Fudd: [as Bugs slashes him with razor] Ooh! Ouch! Ouch! Ow! Ooh! Ooh! Ouch!
Bugs Bunny: There, you're nice and clean / Although your face looks like it might have gone through a ma-chine.

Elmer Fudd: Ooh, wait 'till I get that wabbit!
Bugs Bunny: [Disguised as a Spanish senorita] What would you want with a wabbit? / Can't you see that I'm much sweeter. / I'm your little señoriter. / You are my type of guy. / Let me straighten your tie. / and I shall dance for you.

Fresh Hare (1942)
Elmer Fudd: [trapped in handcuff bomb] OHHHH! My keys! Where are my keys? My keys! Hurry up! Gimme the keys! Oh!
Bugs Bunny: [they're in his hand] Eh, what's up, Doc?
Elmer Fudd: Quick, get me outta this predicament, undo these cuffs!
Bugs Bunny: All right, Doc, keep yer shoit on, take it easy! Gee, he's an excitable type.
Bugs Bunny: Let's see now, the garage, the car, for the front door...
[wolf whistles]
Bugs Bunny: ... and the back door... Ah, here it is!
[bomb explodes]
Bugs Bunny: Oh, well.

Elmer Fudd: At wast the wong arm of the waw is weaching out and cwosing in on you, you scwewy wabbit.

Hare Remover (1946)
[first lines]
Elmer Fudd: [Elmer is seen dripping chemicals into a test tube] I'm trying to make the formula that will change a normal character into a deviwish fiend.
[makes pointy-eared face and green eyes for emphasis]
Elmer Fudd: [laughs]

Elmer Fudd: [Elmer hands Bugs a formula in a test tube] Uh, have one on the house, wabbit.
Bugs Bunny: No thanks, Doc. Never touch this stuff.
[to audience]
Bugs Bunny: This guy's tryin' to slip me a mickey!
Elmer Fudd: Now, wabbit! Dwink!
Bugs Bunny: Hey, don't do it, Doc! Cut it out! Hey, Doc, don't, don't!
[Elmer shoves the formula down Bugs' throat, and Bugs reacts by breathing smoke, and going into a seizure]
Elmer Fudd: At wast! Success! He's gonna turn into a gwuesome monster!
[Bugs covers his eyes, panting, and suddenly turns normal again]
Bugs Bunny: No soap, Doc.
Elmer Fudd: [crying] Oh, it don't work! It doesn't work, I'm a tewwible scientist!
[pounds on table]
Elmer Fudd: Oh, this is tewwible, I tried my best, and...
[bangs head against wall while wailing]
Elmer Fudd: ...it won't work!

A Pest in the House (1947)
Elmer Fudd: Take this gentleman to suite 666.
Daffy Duck: Yes siree, sir!
Businessman: Just one more thing. I'm a tired man. I gotta have my sleep, plenty of it. So see to it that I get lots of peace and quiet. Because if I'm disturbed at any time, I'm gonna bust you right in the nose!
Daffy Duck: Likeable chap, isn't he.

Daffy Duck: Yes, sir!
Elmer Fudd: [very fast] For vewy mewitorwious service, you are herewith pwomoted to the position of manager. Take over.
[Elmer and Daffy exchange uniforms just as the businessman comes down to hit the manager; instead of hitting Daffy, he hits Elmer instead]
Daffy Duck: Noisy little character, isn't he?

"Tiny Toon Adventures: Journey to the Center of Acme Acres (#1.7)" (1990)
Elmer Fudd: [reading from an earthquake safety pamphlet] Safety tip #1: GET OUT OF ACME ACRES!

Babs Bunny: Oh, Buster! This is awful!
Buster Bunny: How could this have happened?
Elmer Fudd: I'm gwad you asked that question!
[cut to inside Acme Seismographic Institute]
Elmer Fudd: Now, here's the answer: Imagine my head is the pwanet. Huh huh huh.
[draws a map on his head]
Elmer Fudd: The surface has cwacks in it, wike this.
[hits himself over the head with a mallet]
Elmer Fudd: These are fault-wines. Earthquakes occur when something makes these sections move awound and awound...
[begins rearranging his face]
Buster Bunny: I have grave concerns about the scientific community in Acme Acres.
Elmer Fudd: This movement can be caused by internal pwessure, or viowent continental dwift. There's even an old-wives tale that attwibutes our earthquakes to gwemwins.
Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny: Gwemwins?
Elmer Fudd: No! Gwemwins!

"Robot Chicken: Rodigitti (#2.8)" (2006)
Daffy Duck: First on the mic tonight is the reigning champion, the MC hunter, Elmer Fudd, with a PA!
Elmer Fudd: I'll get you wabbit! Ohh, I'm taking you to school, call me the professor / you're sexually confused, cause you're a cross dresser! You like to kiss men and that's real funny / call up Hugh Hefner, you a gay boy bunny! You're lost on this stage, you need a map, junkie / You made a wrong left turn at Albuquerque! One more, one more. I'm a pimp, 'cause my hunting powers are hot, son / You would ride by on your home with my double barrel shotgun!

Bugs Bunny: Yeah, yeah. I know that you call me a "Rascally Wabbit", you say your R's like your W's, that's a really bad habit! It's room not womb, trees not twees, you replace so many R's, I thought you was Chinese! You're so stuck on yourself, I'll call you Elmer's Glue, I got you some coffee, one lump or two?
Elmer Fudd: Two?
[Bugs bashes a mallet on his head two times]
Bugs Bunny: [dressed in a dress and wig] I only dress like a goil to prove that you're gay, would you like a kiss handsome?
Elmer Fudd: Really? Okay.
Bugs Bunny: Elmer packs fudd, you heard what I said, he's so bald, I'll put a hare on his head! I'll sit down on your head, just like I was a thinker. Hmm...
Bugs Bunny: Ain't I a stinker?
Daffy Duck: Holy Toledo! B. Rabbit wins! B. Rabbit wins!
Elmer Fudd: [sobbing] I'm a disgwace!

Elmer's Candid Camera (1940)
[first lines]
Elmer Fudd: [reading a book called "How to Photograph Wildlife"] "Then all you do is click the shutter, and presto! You have a fine picture of wildlife, suitable for framing." Golly, that sounds simple enough.

Rabbit: What are you doing, taking pictures?
[Elmer nods his head]
Rabbit: Nice hobby. Mind if I watch?
[Elmer shakes his head]
Rabbit: What are you taking pictures of?
Elmer Fudd: That wabbit.
Rabbit: [Looks over Elmer's shoulder] What rabbit?
Elmer Fudd: Why, that little gray wabbit over... over... over there.
[Realizing the rabbit is right in front of him, Elmer grabs the rabbit up to his face]
Rabbit: Please, sir! Gosh, I don't even know the guy!

The Big Snooze (1946)
Elmer Fudd: Zillions and twillions of wabbits! Where are they all coming from?
Bugs Bunny: [at an adding machine] From me, Doc. I'm multiplying, see? I'm multiplying!

[Bugs has dressed Elmer as a very shapely female to make him attractive to some Hollywood wolves]
Elmer Fudd: Gwacious!
[to the audience]
Elmer Fudd: Have any of you giwls evew had an expewience wike this?

Hare Do (1949)
Bugs Bunny: [after escaping the woods in a taxi] Hee hee hee! Whatta knucklehead. You gotta get up early in the morning to outsmart this rabbit.
Elmer Fudd: [Elmer is driving] I got up at quarter to five.
Bugs Bunny: B-O-I-N-GGGG!

Little Red Walking Hood (1937)
[after hearing an unknown character re-appear, that's lightly whistling a tune, the wolf's curiosity and temper quickly rises irately]
Wolf: Who are you?
Egghead: Me? Oh, I am the hero.
[after answering the wolf's question and quickly knocking it out with the mallet, Egghead starts kissing Little Red Walking Hood continuously & his kissing continued, as the Closing Credits' music begins & the cartoon concludes]

An Itch in Time (1943)
Elmer Fudd: Scwatching, scwatching, scwatching! One more scwatch, and I'll give you a bath.
Dog: No, no, no, no, no! No, please, no!

Kit for Cat (1948)
[last lines]
Elmer Fudd: I've made up my mind who's leaving these premises!
[a banging on the door is heard, and the landlord appears]
Landlord: Oh, no, you haven't! I've made up *my* mind! Here!
[hands eviction notice to Elmer]

Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers (1992)
Bugs Bunny: [speaking of Elmer Rudd] He likes me, he really likes me.
Bugs Bunny: [speaking Yosemite Sam] I never realized that so many people wanted to kill me.
Elmer Fudd: Come out of thewe, you wetch!
[Closing Credits begin. A fraud Porky Pig, apparently from the planet, "Noodnik", starts to come out of a Warner Brothers' Looney Tune and Merry Melody drum hole. As it started to speak, Bugs Bunny recognizes it to be a counterfeit and quickly immediately kicked it out it of the way and put the original Porky Pig in]
Bugs Bunny: Oh, no you don't!
Porky Pig: [after Bugs disposed of the counterfeit and much slower speaking pig, Porky Pig always stutters, and says his long time closing line of] Th-th-that's all folks!

A Feud There Was (1938)
[last lines]
Elmer Fudd: [to the audience] Good night, all.
Weaver: [emerging from the audience as a silhouette on the screen] Good night!
[shoots Elmer Fudd in the rear]

Wideo Wabbit (1956)
Bugs Bunny: [referring to Elmer] Gee, what a sorehead. I've hoid about professional jealousy among actors, but that dope has got it real bad.
Elmer Fudd: [chasing Bugs] Hey, you come back here!
Bugs Bunny: Oh, no. You huwt my feelings.

The Hare-Brained Hypnotist (1942)
Bugs Bunny: Eh, what's up, Doc?
Elmer Fudd: At wast! At wast, at wast, at wast! I got him wight where I want him!
[starts to hypnotize Bugs]
Elmer Fudd: Gaze deepwy into my eyes.
Bugs Bunny: Heh, Dracula.
Elmer Fudd: You are getting sweepy, sweepy.
[Bugs goes into his hole, Elmer sticks his head in]
Elmer Fudd: You needn't twy to escape. I have you in my cwutches. So come out of there. Come out.
[Elmer emerges out of the hole, holding a balloon disguised as Bugs; the balloon rises up and takes Elmer with it]
Elmer Fudd: You are Asweep. Asweep and helpwess.

Rabbit Seasoning (1952)
Elmer Fudd: It's wabbit season!

Space Jam (1996)
Bugs: Look at our facilities.
Daffy: We've got hoops!
Elmer Fudd: We've got weights!
Sylvester: We've got balls!
Michael Jordan: You sure do. This place is a mess.

Easter Yeggs (1947)
Elmer Fudd: I'm waiting for the Easter Wabbit. When he comes in looking so fwuffy and cute with his wittle basket of Easter eggs... BANG! Easter Wabbit stew. He he he he.

Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation (1992) (V)
Buster Bunny: [sung] We're sad, we're confessin'/ that school is back in session/ I sure learned my lesson/
Babs Bunny: I actually had fun!
Plucky Duck: I'm filled with elation/ I'm back from that vacation!
Shirley the Loon: For my next incarnation/ I'm coming as a nun!
Elmer Fudd: Welcome back to Acme Woo/ for a new school year!
Buster Bunny: Yikes, a test!
Babs Bunny: I need rest.
Plucky Duck: I'm living in fear!
Fifi: Johnny Pew was a pity.
Elmyra Duff: [holding Johnny Pew in a baby outfif] At least I got my kitty!
Dizzy Devil: No more crate/ I now look great!
Mary Melody: We've been outdone!

Quack Shot (1954)
[last lines]
Elmer Fudd: [after being defeated by Daffy] Duck hunting is too stwenuous. I'll try fishing for a while. Oh, boy! A miniature wed-stwiped bawwacuda!
Large Fish: [Storming in] Stop right where you are!
Elmer Fudd: Huh?
Large Fish: [Saxophone riff heard as little fish swims away] Now you listen to me, buster! If you catch one more fish - *just one more fish* - you'll be in trouble!
Daffy Duck: [after Large Fish jumps back into the water and Daffy comes out of hiding from under Elmer's hat] Strong union.

What Makes Daffy Duck (1948)
Elmer Fudd: How am I ever going to catch that scwewy duck?
Daffy Duck: Precisely what I was thinking, my little Nimrod.
[Daffy Duck had just successfully lassoed Elmer Fudd, causing Elmer Fudd's face to be visable, because he was so tight in his boot and hard to breathe]

Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction (2003) (V)
Marvin the Martian: Greetings, earthling. Are you ready?
Elmer Fudd: Uh. Ready for what?
Marvin the Martian: To play, Who Wants To Be A Martianaire?

Robot Rabbit (1953)
Bugs Bunny: [Elmer shoots down the rabbit hole] You got me, doc. Ah... I'm goin'... gulp... everything is gettin' dark. Ugh... I'm gonna kick the bucket.
[Bugs kicks the bucket]
Elmer Fudd: Hooway! The wabbit kicked the bucket!

Yankee Dood It (1956)
Elmer Fudd as King of the Elves: A manufacturer who sticks to old equipment cannot compete, and must fail. To survive, he must persuade people to risk savings in his business. He can then buy new equipment, increase production, and show a profit.
Shoemaker: And he keeps the profit?
Elmer Fudd as King of the Elves: Oh no, that's what a lot of people think. But he doesn't. Out of profit, he must pay dividends to investors. Profit must be put back into the business to fund newer and better machinery.
Shoemaker: Spend his profit on machinery? When does it all end?
Elmer Fudd as King of the Elves: It never ends! Constant replacement with the latest machinery makes the industry more efficient, thus enabling it to pay higher wages and still make a profit. This efficient operation also results in more goods, a better quality, and produces them at a lower cost to everyone!
Shoemaker: By thunder, if that's the way it's done, I'll do it!

Back Alley Oproar (1948)
Elmer Fudd: [has Sylvester at gunpoint] Now I've got you, and I'm gonna wub you out compwetwy.
Sylvester: Now just a minute, my fine feathered friend. Ain't you got no aesthetic sense? No ear for musical appreciation?
Elmer Fudd: No, and I'm gonna bwow you to smitheweens.
Sylvester: [singing] Go to sleep, go to sleep...
Elmer Fudd: [getting sleepy] Stop it.
Sylvester: ...shut your big, blood-shot eyes...
Elmer Fudd: Now you stop that.
[falls asleep]

Hare Brush (1955)
Elmer J. Fudd: [disguised as Bugs Bunny] I may be a scwewy wabbit, but I'm not going to Alcatwaz!

Don't Axe Me (1958)
Elmer Fudd: [holding a dish of food] Here duck duck duck duck duck! Come and get your breakfast.
[Daffy eats everything, including the dish, up to Elmer's arm]
Elmer Fudd: Don't eat my arm off. Tsk tsk, I never saw anyone so greedy!
Daffy Duck: [swallows the food and dish] Quack quack?
Elmer Fudd: Now you've had enough. I never saw such a greedy pig.
Daffy Duck: Oink oink!

Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)
Bugs Bunny: Eh, what gives, doc? We made thirty-five pictures togetha'.
Elmer Fudd: Well, as it turns out, I'm secwetwy evil.
Daffy Duck: That's showbiz for ya!
Elmer Fudd: Now, make with da the card; so I can pwease my dark masters!

Rabbit Rampage (1955)
[last lines]
Elmer Fudd: Well, anyway, I finally got even with that scwewy wabbit!

What's Up Doc? (1950)
Bugs Bunny: [singing] Eh, what's up, doc? / What's cookin'? What's up, doc? / Are ya lookin' / For Bugs Bunny Bunting / Duck has gone a-hunting / Just to get a rabbit skin / But now da rabbit's gone again / What's up, doc? / What's cookin'? / Hey, look out! Stop! / You're gonna hoit someone / Wid dat ol' shotgun / Eh, what's up, doc?
Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd: [singing] We really mean it! / What's... / Up... / Doooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc!

Rabbit Romeo (1957)
Elmer Fudd: Come out, Miwwicent, you cute wittle Slobovian wabbit.
[Millicent steps out of crate]
Elmer Fudd: Well, wooks aren't evewything, you know.

To Duck... or Not to Duck (1943)
Duck Referee: Now shake hands.
Daffy Duck: Which hand do ya take?
Elmer Fudd: Mmmm... uh, that one.
Daffy Duck: Wrong. Guess again.
Elmer Fudd: All wight, all wight, I'll take that over there.
Daffy Duck: [to camera] Ain't he a dope?
[back to Elmer]
Daffy Duck: You *sure* this is the one you want?
[Elmer nods enthusiastically]
Daffy Duck: YOU'RE RIGHT!
[hits Elmer with an enormous hammer that had been held in his other hand but hidden behind his back]
Daffy Duck: That's the right one!
Duck Referee: And... here's round one comin' up!
[dings bell; Elmer immediately falls]
Duck Referee: 1, 3, 9, 10, YOU'RE OUT! The winner and new champion, Daffy Duck!
Elmer Fudd: I'm not one to compwain, Mr. Wefewee, but I thought you said no WOUGH STUFF! Nunna THIS
Elmer Fudd: or THIS!
Elmer Fudd: or THIS
Elmer Fudd: or THIS
Elmer Fudd: ...!