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The Great Carrot-Train Robbery (1969)

Bunny and Claude are still at their carrot caper. This time, they rob a train as the Sheriff is once again called out to stop them. Just when the Sheriff think he has them, his horse eats ... See full summary »

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Bunny and Claude are still at their carrot caper. This time, they rob a train as the Sheriff is once again called out to stop them. Just when the Sheriff think he has them, his horse eats all the evidence (the carrots) up. Written by Russell Christiansen <russ@megsinet.net>

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25 January 1969 (USA)  »

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Spoofs The Great Train Robbery (1903) See more »

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The Ballad of Bunny and Claude
Vocal by Billy Strange
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The Great Carrot-Train Robbery was mildly amusing as one of the last in the regular Warner cartoon series
16 October 2008 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just watched this on the Saturday Morning Blog as linked from Daily Motion. It's one of the last cartoons from the Warner Bros. Studio made on a regular schedule during the last part of the '60s. This was the second-and last-cartoon that starred Bunny and Claude, a carrot-stealing couple that were a rabbit-spoof of the Warren Beatty-Faye Dunaway picture made for the studio, Bonnie and Clyde. With suitable hillbilly-sounding music provided by William Lava and an inept sheriff chasing them, The Great Carrot-Train Robbery is no great shakes but with direction by last holdout from the Golden Age, Robert McKimson, there are some pretty funny sight gags especially when the sheriff has trouble getting in his running car with his horse sitting along! Along with veteran Mel Blanc, Pat Woodell-perhaps best known as the first Bobbie Jo on "Petticoat Junction"-is the other voice here. So to anyone curious about all things Warner animation, The Great Carrot-Train Robbery is worth a look.


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