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People Are Bunny (1959)

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Daffy Duck manages to get Bugs into a TV studio in order to win the thousand dollar bounty.

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The multiplication that Bugs performs in the phone booth is 1,297 x 142 = 184,174. See more »

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The rifle can be seen over the mantle even after Daffy takes it down. See more »

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Spoofs People Are Funny (1954) See more »

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The Gold Diggers' Song (We're in the Money)
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Music by Harry Warren
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An episode which falls slightly flat plot-wise, but picks up on jokes.
12 January 2010 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

In "People are Bunny," for me it was not the plot that made me enjoy this (which it often is in Looney Tunes) but the jokes, character of Bugs Bunny and random ideas which did not totally connect to the plot. This is also the episode where I have seen Bugs Bunny at his smartest, here he turns into an autistic savant when he answers an incredibly complicated maths sum with no hesitation. The plot was in many ways predictable and when it was not, it was still not very good.

Here, Daffy Duck is watching the TV and when he hears that $1000 will be rewarded to the first rabbit brought to a particular TV studio, he knows just who to look for. He finds Bugs Bunny polishing his gun (?) and various house items in his warren. Daffy Duck forces Bugs Bunny to come along with him, will the rabbit fall victim to the TV company, who want to shoot him..?

In this episode Daffy assumes one of his most greedy roles possible, which is personally my least favourite role of his. I do not recommend this episode for people who prefer the older, crazy Daffy, unless you love Bugs Bunny more/almost as much, as he is particularly good in this episode.

I recommend this episode to people who like strong Looney Tunes characters and to people who love Bugs Bunny. Enjoy "People are Bunny"! :-)


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