It's Father's Day, and Junyer and Ma have a bunch of big surprises in store for good ol' Pa, including a pipe filled with gunpowder. To top it off, there's a gala Father's Day pageant, and ... See full summary »
Finding that the prize for best duck at the National Poultry Show is only $5.00, but $5,000 for the best rooster, Daffy disguises himself as one, but then becomes the object of Henery Hawk's chicken hunt.
When Elmer is reading the book at the beginning, the strap of his gun switches shoulders between shots. See more »
How's about that, thinking he can hypnotize me? Ha!
[Looks at watch]
Oh, I'm overdue at the airport.
[He takes off and flies like an airplane]
I'm the B-19.
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As an avid Looney Tunes fan, this was throughly enjoyable and clever. While perhaps a tad too short with an abrupt ending, The Hare-Brained Hypnotist was simply great fun.
The animation is really good, with beautiful crisp backgrounds and lavish colouring. The music is wonderful too, from the haunting opening credits from the rousing and playful motifs that crops up every now and again, it is a mighty fine orchestral score. The story is pretty dark in tone in comparison to other Looney Tunes cartoons, but has enough amusing moments, thanks to some funny, witty dialogue typical Looney Tunes fashion and some clever sight gags. Bugs is a lot of fun yet again and Elmer is a great foil, and both characters are superbly voiced by Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan.
Overall, very clever and fun. 9/10 Bethany Cox
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