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Robot Rabbit (1953)

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Bugs Bunny faces off against Farmer Fudd's robot.

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Bugs Bunny / Horse (voice)
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Farmer Elmer Fudd decides to rid himself of pesty Bugs Bunny using the ACME company's "ewectwonic pest contwoller with a wobot bwain." The robot ends up as scrap at Elmer's feet, courtesy of Bugs. Written by Ed Stephan <stephan@cc.wwu.edu>

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Goofs

When Bugs is being chased by the robot and says, "I see this cigarette machine's gonna cause me no end of trouble," his mouth is clearly not moving. See more »

Quotes

Bugs Bunny: Thank you so very much for the dahnse. You dahnse devinely.
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Referenced in Nuts and Volts (1964) See more »

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Huckleberry Duck
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Music by Raymond Scott
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Bugs Bunny vs. The Robot
14 June 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Robot Rabbit is an example of a cartoon that I watched not too long ago, and it has very quickly become one of my favourites. I love the cartoons of Bugs and Elmer together, so this was a real treat. Elmer himself is a lot of fun, and the Robot adds a lot to the cartoon but it is Bugs'(who bags all the best lines such as "watch where you're going ya hot water heater", "you dance divinely" and "why you fugitive from Stanley Steemer") show all the way. The story is fast paced and constantly interesting and there is some hilarious dialogue and sight gags, I also love the duet with Bugs and Elmer and "the rabbit kicked the bucket, the bucket kicked the rabbit" part, while the ending is priceless. The cartoon is brilliantly animated, Carl Stalling's music is witty and full of energy and the voice work from Mel Blanc and Arthur Q.Bryan is superb. Overall, a wonderful cartoon and quickly becoming a favourite of mine. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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