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The Wacky Wabbit (1942)

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Bugs arrives in the desert to find Elmer prospecting for gold. Fudd is finally driven to pull his own gold tooth.

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Bugs Bunny / Screaming Elmer Fudd (voice) (uncredited)
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Bugs arrives in the desert to find Elmer prospecting for gold. Fudd is finally driven to pull his own gold tooth.

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2 May 1942 (USA)  »

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Elmer Fudds's short and chubby appearance is a caricature of Arthur Q. Bryan, the actor who did his voice. See more »

Quotes

Bugs Bunny: Gold! They discovered gold!
Elmer Fudd: Gold! Gold! Wovewy, yewwow gold! Where? Where?
Bugs Bunny: [Points at gold tooth] Ah, here.
Elmer Fudd: That's nothing. I have one wight...
[Points at his own gold tooth; realizes he's been had and burbles with rage]
Bugs Bunny: You chubby little rascal.
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Featured in Futurama: Love's Labours Lost in Space (1999) See more »

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I've Been Working on the Railroad
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Traditional
Sung by Elmer Fudd
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Gold is where you find it, unless a certain wascawwy wabbit tricks you
18 October 2006 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

This time, Elmer Fudd - looking mighty chubby (so as to resemble Arthur Q. Bryan, who did his voice) - is looking for gold out in the desert, but Bugs Bunny keeps playing tricks on him. The gags with the dynamite were probably the best (the crowd behind these cartoons sure had a way with dynamite, as much of their work showed). One can always see how various characters try to undermine Bugs's integrity, but poetic justice prevails. It just goes to show why these cartoons will never get old, no matter what happens. You'd better believe that Arthur Q. Bryan and Mel Blanc are the voices for all time! So seriously Susanna, don't cry for me.


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