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Once again, contact with Bugs renders the other characters witless
This time, Bugs Bunny is chased by a dimwitted wolf* who never remembers which kind of animal he's looking for. Does contact with Bugs just strip people of any sense?! Or is it just that Bugs always knows how to make them forget that they're after him? Whatever the case, it's always a pleasure to watch Bugs come up with every possible gag to pull on the other characters. No, this isn't the greatest cartoon that they ever released, but quite funny nonetheless. Aside from Mel Blanc as Bugs and the wolf, June Foray (who later voiced Rocky the Squirrel) voices the wolf's overbearing wife.
*The wolf is named Charles M. Wolf, and I wondered if that's a reference to Chuck Jones, although Friz Freleng directed "Hare-Less Wolf".
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