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Bugs is working as part of an outdoor display in a department store window when the store manager decides to have him stuffed as part of the Taxidermy department.

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Bugs is working as part of an outdoor display in a department store window when the store manager decides to have him stuffed as part of the Taxidermy department.

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11 August 1945 (USA)  »

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Im Kaufhaus ist der Hase los  »

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Trivia

The department store manager is a parody of The Great Gildersleeve, a character played by Harold Peary in the radio program "Fibber McGee and Molly". Gildersleeve was so popular he was spun off into his own radio show, "The Great Gildersleeve", as well as a series of feature films. See more »

Quotes

Gildersleeve: He-he-he-he-he. Kind of outsmarted you. Eh, little chum?
Bugs Bunny: Hey, wait. Wait a minute. Say that again.
Gildersleeve: He-he-he-he-he. Kind of outsmarted you. Eh, little chum?
Bugs Bunny: Yeah, that's it. You know, you sound like that guy on the radio, the Great Gildersneeze.
Gildersleeve: I do? Aw. "He-he-he-he-he. Kind of outsmarted you. Eh, little chum?"
[Bugs takes the gun and tosses it away, but it goes off, alerting the manager]
Gildersleeve: Say, are you trying to pull a fast one?
Bugs Bunny: Well, confidentially, chubby... I just did.
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Spoofs The Great Gildersleeve (1942) See more »

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The Old Grey Mare
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Traditional
Played when the manager chases Bugs out of the Costume Department
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Funny stuff for Bugs lovers
15 October 2003 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Working as part of a `camping life' display in a shop window, Bugs is having a good time until his boss informs him he'll be changing the display. He plans to keep Bugs but put him in another display within the shop – the taxidermy display. Once he realises what this means, Bugs flees and uses his skills to evade the shop manager.

Opening with Bugs from the very first scene mean that this is a stronger example of his films and humour. In terms of action it's all business as usual although here it is a department store manager who Bugs has to outwit and evade to avoid the stuffing process. The gags come fast and will be liked by anyone who likes his other cartoons.

The character of the store manager is larger than life and works well as a foil for bugs to bounce off. He even has enough presence that Bugs takes a bit of punishment too! The two work well together on screen and there isn't really a moment that sags or is a disappointment in the whole thing.

Overall this is a good example of a strong Bugs cartoon. It shows that all he really ever needed was a strong foil or straight man to work with and his usual material and tricks are enough to keep you laughing.


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