Biplane battles over France in World War I between Bugs and Baron (Yosemite) Sam Von Shamm.



(story) (as John Dunn)




Complete credited cast:
Bugs Bunny / Yosemite Sam / Porky Pig / French Officer / German Officer (voice)


Biplane battles over France in World War I between Bugs and Baron (Yosemite) Sam Von Shamm.

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18 January 1964 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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One of only five Bugs Bunny cartoons where he does not say his trademark quote, "Eh, what's up doc?". See more »


The story's years events claims to be of 1917. The popular German ace pilot, Baron von Richthoven, (better known as the "Red Baron"), was shot down and died on Sunday, April 21st, 1918. See more »


Bugs Bunny: Well, what do you know? There's the little Wiener schnitzel, now. I'll just drop him this, of my esteem.
[while flying over him, Bugs Bunny dropped a note to the German Red Baron]
Yosemite Sam: What's this?
[Baron starts reading note, dropped by Bugs]
Yosemite Sam: Uh, Dear baron: Roses are Red. Violets are Blue. A leghorn is a chicken. And so are you! Why that dumb-cuff, he even spelt my name, with a small b!
[Baron is back to reading note]
Yosemite Sam: PS: I enclosed a big "B", in the flowers.
[a yellow-jacket stings the Baron's nose]
Yosemite Sam: ...
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"I'm sick and tired of Iron Crosses!"
15 September 2015 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Later (and lesser) Bugs Bunny short, set in World War I France, has Bugs and Yosemite Sam as rival pilots trying to shoot each other down. Porky Pig appears in a small role near the beginning. Well, this stinks. The few gags that even approach amusing are just rehashes of things the characters had done before. The animation on the whole is not good. The characters are drawn poorly and the colors are muddied. Mel Blanc does fine with the voices, trying his best to elevate weak material. Surprisingly, the music is the best part. I say this is surprising because the music is courtesy of Bill Lava, whose music for some of the Roadrunner cartoons in the 1960s is legendary for its awfulness. If you were to rank Bugs Bunny shorts from best to worst, this would probably be in the bottom ten.

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