A line from Bugs' phone conversation, "Is that you, Myrt? How's every little thing?", is lifted from a running gag on the popular radio show "Fibber McGee and Molly". See more »
Going by the deductions as listed in the special delivery letter, Elmer is actually left with a final balance of $902,934.04. See more »
[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.
[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.
Say goodbye to Uncle Louie for me... Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
[fakes death. Elmer then opens the door]
[see Bugs on the floor]
What have I done? Thwee miwwion dowwars all shot to pieces.
See more »
"The Wabbit Who Came to Supper" gives one the idea of milking a situation to the nth degree. When Elmer Fudd - looking like a walking heart attack (they were making him fat at this time so as to resemble his voice artist Arthur Q. Bryan) - receives a letter telling him that he'll inherit $3 million as long as he doesn't harm any animals, especially rabbits, Bugs Bunny (who overheard Elmer reading the telegram) promptly invades Elmer's house and does everything possible to annoy Elmer. How I would love to try that! It just goes to show why these cartoons were so great: they were never afraid to pull any wacky gag that they could think of. And this one has some great gags! So check it out. You're sure to love it.
And remember: don't go down there; it's dark!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?