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Bill of Hare (1962)

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The Tasmanian Devil finds Bugs cooking dinner underneath a beach boardwalk.

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The Tasmanian Devil finds Bugs cooking dinner underneath a beach boardwalk.

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Kanin i den gale hals  »

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Followed by Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare (1964) See more »

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L'amour, toujours, l'amour
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Music by Rudolf Friml
Lyrics by Catherine Chisholm Cushing
Sung by Bugs Bunny
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I am a big Looney Tunes fan, and have been for the longest time. I saw Bill of Hare as a big fan of Bugs Bunny, if not so much Taz, and I thought it was amusing and decent. The story is somewhat slight, the conclusion while very amusing thanks to Bugs is not the best there is and probably the weakest part story-wise of the cartoon and Taz while he is good is bland in comparison to Bugs. Bugs however is wonderful, arrogant, insane and zany yet always likable, he really helps give Bill of Hare muster. The animation is very nice especially in the colours and backgrounds, and Taz doesn't have that distracting inconsistency of turning from brown to grey like he can do in some of his cartoons which I liked. The music is quirky and lively too, and while the cartoon is more sight-gag based the dialogue has a lot of wit and cleverness about it, and the sight gags are often hilarious especially I agree the turn handle turning into a truck which was by far the cartoon's most imaginative sight gag. All in all, a decent but kind of unexceptional cartoon at the same time. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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