Bugs, with the help of some Acme Super Speed Vitamins, is filling in for the roadrunner, who "sprained a giblet." Fortunately, even when the vitamins fail, Bugs can outwit the coyote, though as usual, the coyote outwits himself much of the time. Most complex gag: Wile E., atop a large cliff, has set out a target and a carrot. Bugs stops, the anvil drops, and Bugs appears atop the cliff, target in hand. He puts the target on Wile E.'s head, the anvil hits, and the cliff-side falls, taking Coyote with it. Bugs removes the target, the anvil falls and misses! Wile E., relieved, walks away into the path of a truck. Written by
Jon Reeves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The last cartoon to pit Wile E. Coyote against Bugs Bunny, following Operation: Rabbit
(1952), To Hare Is Human
(1956), Rabbit's Feat (1960)_, and Compressed Hare
(1961). Unlike those entries, however, Wile E. Coyote acts like his persona in the Road Runner shorts, meaning he doesn't speak. See more
[referring to Wile E
You know, it's amazing the trouble this joker goes through to get a square meal. Eh, case in point...
[he shows off Wile E.'s latest rabbit trap, which involves a boulder suspended above the ground by a rope, a seesaw and a rifle