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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Bugs Bunny: [exploring the plane] Wow... it's the Grand Central Station with wings.
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Edited into Devil's Feud Cake (1963) See more »

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Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
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the flying bun
20 April 2016 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

Sam and Bugs cross paths again, this time in the world's largest airplane. The foul-tempered cowboy - having just robbed a bank - forces the acerbic rabbit to fly away, leading to the craziest flight ever. There are a couple of things that occur a lot in cartoons, and some of the scenes look based on previous cartoons, but it's impossible not to laugh at the gags. As Friz Freleng noted, he created Yosemite Sam with the aim of giving Bugs Bunny a formidable opponent (since the dim-witted Elmer Fudd wasn't much of a challenge). Sure enough, Sam was nothing but a blowhard. No matter how many times he calls Bugs a flea-bitten, fur-bearin' varmint, the tall gray one is bound to win. Lots of fun.


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