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Bugs Bunny retaliates against the pompous opera star who does him violence.

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Bugs Bunny / Giovanni Jones - screaming / Maestro / Delivery Boy / Musicians (voice)
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Opera star Giovanni Jones is trying to rehearse but Bugs is singing another tune while playing his banjo, then his harp, then his tuba. Jones destroys the instruments over Bugs' head, and, of course, "this means war." Revenge takes place when Bugs, as white-maned "Leopold", conducts Jones' Hollywood Bowl concert. Written by Ed Stephan <stephan@cc.wwu.edu>

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25 June 1949 (USA)  »

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Conejo de pelo largo  »

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Leopold Stokowski never conducted with a baton. This is the reason why Bugs Bunny breaks the baton before conducting. See more »

Quotes

Bugs: [disguised as a bobby-soxer] Oh, Mr. Jones! Franky and Perry just aren't in it! You're my swooner dreamboat loverboy!
[laughs]
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Referenced in Bully for Bugs (1953) See more »

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Chi mi frena in tal momento?
(uncredited)
aka "Sextette"
From "Lucia di Lammermoor"
Music by Gaetano Donizetti
Lyrics by Salvatore Cammarano
First piece sung by Giovanni Jones onstage
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A Night At The Opera
15 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bugs is strumming his banjo, singing merrily to himself on a hill overlooking a motel. In one of the rooms, an opera singer "Giovanni Jones" is practicing. The big guy, however, is getting annoying hearing Bugs wail away nearby and distracting him. He goes outside, grabs the banjo and demolishes it!

He goes back to his room and begins singing again, only to be distracted once more. Now Bugs is singing and playing a harp! The same thing happens, and then again with Bugs playing a tuba. By now, after getting the stuffing beaten out of him and his instruments three times, our rabbit hero declares "war."

At night at the Hollywood Bowl, the opera singer performs and Bugs gets his revenge! Along the way, he imitates Leopold Stowkowski.

Overall: excellent material, clever and a bunch of laughs.


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