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I have always loved Looney Tunes, ever since I was a little girl. No Parking Hare is no exception to the rule. Like Homeless Hare, it is enormously enjoyable. What I did prefer though over Homeless Hare was the construction worker, he was great fun in that too, but here instead of dim-witted he is arrogant and quite calculating and this was a side I kind of preferred. Other than that, comparing the two, the cartoons are about equal.
The animation is lovely and lush, the colours and backgrounds do look great and the characters are drawn convincingly. The music is rousing and energetic, the story doesn't fall into the trap of being predictable, the gags are plentiful and delivered at great speed(Bugs' seesaw joke is a classic) the writing is hilarious and the interplay between the two characters is a delight to watch. Both Bugs and the Construction worker are a joy to watch, and Mel Blanc once again does some terrific vocal work.
Overall, enormously enjoyable. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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