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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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16 January 1949 (USA)  »

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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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Aimless, unfunny and a little strange, with a title that seems totally irrelevant
3 November 2008 | by (Lincoln, England) – See all my reviews

Friz Freleng's 'Hare Do' is an oddly nondescript cartoon from its half-hearted title to its erratic plot. Opening with a strangely tall and lithe Elmer Fudd hunting Bugs Bunny in the woods with a high-tech rabbit detector, the cartoon suddenly and unexpectedly segues into a theatre, completely changing the direction it seemed to be heading in. In this respect, 'Hare Do' is similar to the equally weak 'Stage Door Cartoon' which also saw Bugs and Elmer abruptly shift their chase from the woods to the theatre. Once inside the theatre, the chase is extremely unfunny. There's barely a thing to recommend 'Hare Do', least of all its feeble climax. In its aimlessness, 'Hare Do' is one of the oddest cartoons I've ever seen but in all other respects it's one of the most pedestrian. That I can't decide which is better out of this and 'Stage Door Cartoon' should give some indication of how lacklustre 'Hare Do' really is.


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