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Rabbit Every Monday (1951)

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Yosemite Sam hunts Bugs Bunny. Bugs covers Sam's gun with bubble gum, causing Sam to blast himself inside a big bubble. Sam next forces Bugs into his cabin, where Bugs fools Sam into ... See full summary »

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Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Audience Member (voice)
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Yosemite Sam hunts Bugs Bunny. Bugs covers Sam's gun with bubble gum, causing Sam to blast himself inside a big bubble. Sam next forces Bugs into his cabin, where Bugs fools Sam into thinking there is a party going on in his oven. Written by Ed Stephan <stephan@cc.wwu.edu>

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Hase a la carte  »

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[singing, as he cooks carrots]
Bugs Bunny: Oh carrots are divine, you get a dozen for a dime, it's magic. They fry, a song begins; they roast and I hear violins, it's magic. Why do I kid myself? Other loves that I have are all really few. When in my heart I know, the magic's my love for you.
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During Yosemite Sam's hunting, a member in the stands gets up to warn Bugs Bunny, until Yosemite Sam points his gun at him and threatens his life, then the would-be warner quickly returns to his seat. See more »

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It's Magic
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Music by Jule Styne
Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
Sung with substitute lyrics by Bugs Bunny
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Truly excellent and funny
28 October 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

For several reasons Rabbit Every Monday is one of my personal favourite Bugs Bunny vs. Yosemite Sam cartoons. It is excellent and very funny, not only in the script with especially Bugs' hilarious last line but in the sight gags the chief delight being Bugs crooning to a carrot. That's not all though, the cartoon is well paced and goes at a good length, while the animation is pretty good particularly in the backgrounds and the music is as energetic and lively as I like it. Rabbit Every Monday also has a simple yet constantly entertaining story, and there are several unpredictable turns throughout the course of the cartoon. Bugs is great as usual, and Yosemite Sam while playing a different role to that he usually plays is a worthy foil. Mel Blanc as he consistently does is superb with the voice characterisations. Overall, excellent cartoon. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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