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What's My Lion? (1961)

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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... See full summary »

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Rocky the Mountain Lion / Delivery Boy (voice)
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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 Fudd's retirement
22 March 2004 | by (Rijswijk, ZH, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Notably Elmer Fudd's last major film appearance (even though he did make a cameo in 1962's "Crow's Feat") and the second and last time Hal Smith did the voice of Elmer after Arthur Q. Bryan passed away. Having evidentially given up hunting rabbits and ducks to concentrate on bigger game, Elmer puts up a sign proclaiming the start of hunting season. After that he lets other, unseen crack shots do the dirty work for him while he relaxes in his luxurious holiday resort cabin.

Rocky the mountain lion loses his reading glasses whilst being shot at and hides out in the same cabin where Elmer is staying. You know, like Indiana Jones in "Raiders" when he just happened to take refuge in the one tent his long lost love Marion was tied up in. At least it would have been like that if Rocky and Elmer had a history together.

Rocky takes the place of a mounted lion (by sticking his head through a convenient hole in the wall), but when he tries to steal Elmer's food he gets a nasty surprise. If you find it hard to believe all of these animals mounted on the wall were actually shot by the Fuddster, the ending will probably come as no surprise. Lucky for Rocky hunting season never lasts long in Warner cartoons.

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