Bugs Bunny comes to a city park to be daily fed carrots by a meek, little man. Bugs proposes that the man adopt him as a pet. The man accepts and takes Bugs home, where he states he is a ... See full summary »
Also, there is a sign reading "G. Chiniquy Blacksmith" in the same scene. That is a reference to Gerry Chiniquy. See more »
The swinging doors to the saloon completely disappear after Yosemite Sam orders "all of you skunks" to "clear outta here." See more »
Listen, stranger. This town ain't big enough fer the two of us!
It ain't? Eh, pardon me, Mac.
[he exits the saloon, followed by construction noises until he returns]
Now is it big enough?
[a much-larger city has been built behind the town]
Naw, still ain't big enough!
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The 3 black/white logos appear on a white paper. See more »
A lesser celebrated Freleng masterpiece, packed with high speed events
Friz Freleng's 'Bugs Bunny Rides Again' is a sequel to Bugs' first Western battle with Yosemite Sam in 'Hare Trigger'. Cautiously breaking Sam in as a character by opting for another Wild West setting, Freleng was also risking just retreading old ground. Fortunately, 'Bugs Bunny Rides Again' is a magnificent cartoon in all respects. Extremely handsome to look at, it also benefits enormously from one of the great scripts by Tedd Pierce and Michael Maltese. Shoot-outs, horse chases, dance routines and a hilarious card game are all crammed into this very fast paced short. Notable amongst the many great gags is the scene in which Bugs and Sam persistently one up each other with bigger and bigger guns which may well have inspired Chuck Jones to take this gag to the next step two years later in the famous scene from 'Rabbit of Seville'. For all those people who accuse Friz Freleng of being a boring director, 'Bugs Bunny Rides Again' is ample retort. Packed with incident and perfectly timed jokes, it not only proved that Yosemite Sam worked as a character but also ensured that his rivalry with Bugs would become a constant.
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