Two cockney canines chase Sylvester Cat into the lab of Dr. Jerkyl, where the cat drinks Hyde formula and changes into a wildcat that claws bulldog Alfie into little pieces and reverts back... See full summary »
Sylvester's carnivorious pursuit of Tweety Bird continues, chasing the canary onto the ledge of a tall building. He plummets to the sidewalk below, losing one of his nine "lives"; the ... See full summary »
Bugs Bunny boards the Chattanooga Choo Choo and finds Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton, from "The Honeymooners" TV show. Ralph and Ed are starving, and when they set eyes on Bugs, they yell, "It's foooooood!"
Ralph Wolf wants to steal sheep; Sam Sheepdog wants to stop him. Ralph's tricks include digging a tunnel, walking a tightrope, launching a guided missile, dressing as Little Bo Peep, shooting a cannon and growing Sam's hair.
Foghorn Leghorn, shivering at the thought of another cold winter in his dilapidated roost, decides to court the well-to-do Miss Prissy, but Prissy won't marry him unless he can prove he'll ... See full summary »
A lip-smacking weasel invades the barnyard of Foghorn Leghorn and his usual canine foe, and Foghorn is quite willing to put baby chicks in danger of being taken by the weasel so long as it ... See full summary »
Foghorn Leghorn decides to teach Widow Hen's egghead genius son how to have fun by playing croquet, cowboys and Indians, cops and robbers, and battleship. The little genius turns out be a ... See full summary »
I do not consider Unswept Hare among the best of the Looney Tunes cartoons but I still found it very entertaining. I do agree though about the last couple of minutes in that it feels like a different cartoon altogether which I found rather disappointing compared to how much fun the rest was.
The animation throughout while slightly different is still excellent, with lovely colours and backgrounds. The music is rousing and like a vast majority of Looney Tunes' output enhances the fun rather than distracts from it. The story is good enough and goes at a brisk pace, while the dialogue is witty and the sight while on the slapsticky side are fun. Bugs is wonderful to watch, and Elmer is a good foil. The voice work as usual from Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan is terrific.
In conclusion, entertaining with only the last couple of minutes letting it down slightly. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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