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It's open season for hunting, and Rocky the Mountain Lion takes refuge from gunfire by sneaking into a cabin owned by Elmer Fudd. Elmer doesn't realize Rocky is posing as one of the stuffed heads hanging on his wall, even though Rocky steals Elmer's steak, tobasco sauce and all. Elmer inadvertantly subjects Rocky to cruel mental punishment as an object for target practice. Rocky is happy to leave when he overhears Elmer learning by phone that hunting season is over! Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Elmer Dudd
17 July 2016 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

A frightened mountain lion takes refuge from hunting season inside the home of Elmer Fudd. The penultimate Elmer Fudd cartoon in the Looney Tunes classic era is a boring effort notable for being his final starring short and final short with any lines. Sadly Elmer is not voiced by Arthur Q. Bryan, as he had died in 1959. The voice work here is handled by Hal Smith, best known to classic TV fans as Otis Campbell, the town drunk on The Andy Griffith Show. I can't say enough nice things about Smith as Otis but his Elmer leaves a lot to be desired. Yes, measuring up to Arthur Q. Bryan is nearly impossible, but this is still pretty far off the mark. Smith's Elmer sounds like he's recovering from throat surgery. As for the animation, the backgrounds are flat and the coloring is poor and unattractive. The sound effects are loud and annoying. The whole thing is ugly-looking and not funny. Best part is the final bit and even that's not worth more than a chuckle.


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