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The wolf had expected to make a meal of both Grandma and Red, but is more than willing to take Bugs as a substitute when he finds Grandma has gone to work at the factory. Although Bugs is more than capable of handling a hungry wolf, the obnoxious, loud-mouthed Red turns out to be a more serious problem. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
Little Red Riding Hood:
The five o'clock whistle's on the blink/ the whistle won't blow and waaadaya think?/ my poppa's still in the factory/ 'cause he don't know what tiiiiiiiiiime it happens to be!
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They're Either Too Young or Too Old
Music by Arthur Schwartz
Played when the Wolf runs around the house chasing Bugs
Also played when Red Riding Hood is balanced precariously above the coals See more »
Clampett didn't direct it, but you know he's in it
This cartoon is one of my favorites for a lot of reasons, one of them being that it's a showcase for the sound F/X that were created by Robert Clampett and used throughout in the WB cartoons, even the ones that he didn't direct, such as this one. There is the "bee-whup," the singular "boit," and the most famous one, the "yada-yada-yada." There may even be a couple more I can't think of, but those three are instantly recognizable to long-time Bugs Watchers as Clampett's own.
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