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Hare Do (1949)

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Elmer chases Bugs out of the woods, into the city, into a theatre.

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Bugs Bunny / Usher / Lion (voice)
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Elmer chases Bugs out of the woods, into the city, into a theatre.

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Väiski elokuvissa  »

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Bugs Bunny: [after escaping the woods in a taxi] Hee hee hee! Whatta knucklehead. You gotta get up early in the morning to outsmart this rabbit.
Elmer Fudd: [Elmer is driving] I got up at quarter to five.
Bugs Bunny: B-O-I-N-GGGG!
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Don't Sweetheart Me
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Music by Cliff Friend
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«Hey, what's up, Doc?»
29 March 2008 | by (The world of artists) – See all my reviews

This is a funny animated classic with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. Nothing spectacular, but quite enjoyable, fun and entertaining. It's one of those old-fashioned animated shorts with good artwork, classic humor, charm and full of amusement.

Bugs Bunny is a very smart rabbit. This time he's chased by Elmer Fudd, who wants to catch him. They go through several places (forests, the city, cinemas and even a circus at the end). Elmer Fudd, however, is so stupid that you have to feel sorry for him. His tries to catch the rabbit are always unsuccessful - he's always outsmarted by that rabbit and that's where all the fun is. His stupidity even makes him end up in a lion's mouth.

Bugs Bunny is voiced by one of Disney's most legendary artists: Mel Blanc, a guy with an extraordinary talent for doing voices and sounds, like few people ever had. His most famous line is one that everybody knows by heart: «Hey, what's up, Doc?».

Elmer Fudd's most famous lines in this are "wabbit" instead of "rabbit" and "on the contwawy" instead of "on the contrary".


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