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Hare Ribbin' (1944)

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Bugs is chased into a lake by a French Poodle who speaks with a thick French accent; the rest of the story unfolds under water.

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Bugs Bunny / Russian Dog - speaking like Elmer Fudd (voice)
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Bugs is chased into a lake by a French Poodle who speaks with a thick French accent; the rest of the story unfolds under water.

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24 June 1944 (USA)  »

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The Russian dog is based on Bert Gordon's character "The Mad Russian". His catch phrases "How do you do!" and "Do you mean it?" were used quite often by the Warner animators. See more »


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dogged determination
15 September 2006 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

So the dog was supposed to have a Russian accent?! I never realized that; I had always thought that he sounded kind of effeminate - maybe he's supposed to be a Russian woman. But the Soviet Union was our ally during WWII, so I can't really tell what it's supposed to mean that he sounds Russki. As for the aspect that they can breathe underwater...well, this is a cartoon, so nothing has to make sense. The point is for Bugs Bunny to be irreverent, even dressing up as a woman (interesting that they were able to get that into a cartoon back then). It's pretty funny, but still sort of brain-twisting.

Yeah, maybe that shouldn't have happened to a dog.


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