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Good Night Elmer (1940)

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Elmer Fudd spends an endless night trying to fall asleep amid myriad frustrations, in particular, a candle that won't go out.

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Elmer Fudd is at home reading a book when he gets tired and decides to head for bed. After some initial problems working out how to get undressed while still keeping hold of his candle, he eventually gets changed for bed, but his candle problems don't end there. Written by bob the moo

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26 October 1940 (USA)  »

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candle with care
17 January 2006 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

Usually known as a supporting character, Elmer Fudd gets a lead role in "Good Night Elmer". He goes to bed one night and, after having a weird time undressing, has an even bigger problem: the candle won't go out, no matter what he does. Every one of his plans seems to trigger something new.

The Looney Tunes' creators pull off another one here. I don't know how they came up with these ideas, but they did. Above all, this cartoon shows that Elmer can in fact carry a cartoon. It's almost too bad that he didn't get to be the lead man more often. Oh well. He was always great getting tortured by Bugs Bunny.


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