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Lumber Jack-Rabbit (1954)

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Bugs Bunny stumbles on the carrot patch of Paul Bunyan, but doesn't realize that it is guarded by a 124-foot, 4,600-ton dog named Smidgen.

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Bugs Bunny stumbles on the carrot patch of Paul Bunyan, but doesn't realize that it is guarded by a 124-foot, 4,600-ton dog named Smidgen.

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Holzfäller-Hase  »

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Trivia

This cartoon was intended for release with House of Wax (1953), which was also filmed in 3D. See more »

Quotes

Bugs Bunny: [on being confronted by Paul Bunyan's dog, Smidgen, height 124 ft 6 in, weight 4600 tons] I'll be scared later. Right now, I'm too mad.
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In recognition of the fact that this is in 3-D, the opening WB logo that normally moves forward crashes into the screen before moving back into position. See more »

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The Blue Tail Fly
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Why can't we get 3-D glasses for home viewing?
23 April 2007 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

So I understand that "Lumber Jack-Rabbit" was the only Looney Tunes cartoon filmed in 3-D. Why didn't they film "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century" like that? But no matter what got filmed like that, the format unfortunately doesn't show up on TV. I guess that you just can't try to transpose anything from one format to another! No matter, I still thought that this was a funny cartoon, as Bugs Bunny stumbles onto Paul Bunyan's farm and has to contend with Bunyan's over-sized dog Smidgen. As always, despite being a tiny fraction of the size, Bugs somehow always has the upper hand.

So, this is far from the best cartoon that they ever produced. After "Duck Amuck" and "What's Opera, Doc?", I really expect a lot from Chuck Jones. But this one's OK in a pinch.


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