Nett Cutler (Elmer Fudd) romances Crimson O'Hairoil in this send-up of Gone With the Wind (1939).

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Jim Bannon ...
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Crimson O'Hairoil (voice) (uncredited)
Sara Berner ...
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Colonel O'Hairoil / Lazy Slave (voice) (uncredited)
Arthur Q. Bryan ...
Ned Cutler (voice) (uncredited)
The Sportsmen Quartet ...
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Nett Cutler (Elmer Fudd) romances Crimson O'Hairoil in this send-up of Gone With the Wind (1939).

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30 March 1940 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

The first Friz Freleng cartoon upon his return to Warner Bros. after nearly 2 years working at MGM. See more »

Connections

Spoofs Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927) See more »

Soundtracks

Are You from Dixie? ('Cause I'm from Dixie, Too!)
(1915) (uncredited)
Music by George L. Cobb
Played when the shell explodes in the air
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One of WB's best
21 November 2001 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

My opinions on this short are different than those of the previous poster. I didn't find this cartoon to be racist at all. In cartoons, everything is a caricature of something, but there are just some liberals out there who think the animators were being racist. They don't seem to have enough sense to realize that it was made at a time when black caricatures in films were common.

This is my favorite Elmer Fudd short. It's one of those cartoons where he isn't starring with Bugs Bunny or Daffy Duck. This cartoon was a humorous parody of "Gone with the Wind," with Elmer Fudd playing Ned Cutler (Rhett Butler in the real movie).


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