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Hare Lift (1952)

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Bank robber Yosemite Sam forces Bugs to try to fly the largest airplane in the world.


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Bank robber Yosemite Sam forces Bugs to try to fly the largest airplane in the world.

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20 December 1952 (USA)  »

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Hare Lift  »

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1.37 : 1
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My personal second favourite Yosemite Sam + Bugs Bunny cartoon.
19 March 2010 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

This was an incredibly enjoyable episode, with a good mixture of well-thought slapstick jokes, witty jokes and a few traditional but entertaining slapstick gags. The plot and the idea of the cartoon was well-thought up and the references of "Falling Hare" brought in were funny to watch and worked brilliantly in this cartoon too.

It starts with the world's largest plane driving over Bugs Bunny's home, in fact, one of the wheels obscures most of Bugs Bunny's entrance, but he manages to escape and observe the plane. Fancying a "50 cent tour", he goes on the ESCALATOR (yes, not steps, but an ESCALATOR) leading up to the inside of the plane. My personal favourite quote in the episode, that comes up here, is: "It's the Grand Central Station with wings!" Boarding the plane with Bugs Bunny is none other than Yosemite Sam, who orders the Bunny to drive him and the plane outta here...

I laughed out loud a great deal during this cartoon and it deserves to have people laughing at it. I highly recommend this cartoon to anyone who likes Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam and to people who enjoy Looney Tunes in general. Enjoy "Hare Lift"! :-)

8 and a half out of ten.

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