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Bugs challenges Cecil Turtle to race, only this time he's wearing an aerodynamic suit like Cecil's. Unfortunately, the gambling ring has bet everything on the rabbit, and Bugs now looks like a tortoise.
On Porky Pig's farm, a goose lays a golden egg and says that Daffy Duck laid it. Daffy is quite willing to take the credit and resultant fame, that is until Rocky the gangster kidnaps Daffy... See full summary »
Yosemite Sam is running for mayor, and one of his campaign promises is to get rid of all the rabbits. When Bugs runs against him as the "pro-bunny" candidate, Yosemite uses a number of elaborate stunts to eliminate his opponent (which all backfire). In the end, they're defeated by a dark horse candidate (an actual dark horse!). Written by
The original cartoon finished with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam playing a game of Russian Roulette after they find out they both lost the election. This has been edited in most broadcasts, but the cartoon appears complete in the and the earlier international available super 8-mm releases and now in the new DVD release. See more »
When Sam asks Bugs to play the piano, Bugs plays 2 distinctly different sour notes each time, but he is striking the exact same key. See more »
As I stand on this platform, I stand for union - Union suits and Union stations! For the little people. There's enough fresh air and sunshine in this great country of ours for everybody, and I'll see to it that you'll get your share!
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I love watching Bugs Bunny getting on Yosemite Sam's case, and he does it here with his usual inventiveness. Sam is running for a Mayoral position and promises to rid the locality of rabbits. Cue Bugs marching around as a one-man band, banging a huge bass drum emblazoned "VOTE BUGS BUNNY". As well as the usual hilarious gags involving explosives, cannons and sucker tricks, we get Bugs's stunning Theodore Roosevelt act. Strangely, he looks more like John Denver! More proof of the genius of the Warner Bros crew, and Mel Blanc's amazing voice-over talents.
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