Daffy is an agent representing Sleepy Lagoon trying to sell him to talent scout Porky. Daffy spends a great deal of time and energy explaining and demonstrating what the kid can do, while the kid sits on a couch licking a giant sucker.
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.
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Hunter Elmer Fudd is hot on the trail of Bugs Bunny when he receives a telegram from his rich uncle. The uncle is leaving him three million dollars but in order to collect he can't harm anything and especially rabbits. Bugs decides to use this to his advantage and goes back to Fudd's home.
This here is without question one of the greatest Bugs-Fudd shorts. Off the top of my head I can't really think of any others that are better and that is saying quite a bit when you consider how many great ones they made together. This film pretty much has everything you'd want including the non-stop action and of course there are plenty of great laughs.
There are many highlights here but the abuse poor Fudd takes makes him the "good" guy here and the one you want to cheer for. Bugs throws plenty of insults his way and just check out the sequence where Elmer is forced to rock the rabbit. The ending is classic as well.
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