Bugs and Daffy perform and act out their own version of the classic "Carnival of the Animals."

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Bugs and Daffy perform and act out their own version of the classic "Carnival of the Animals."

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22 November 1976 (USA)  »

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The title is derived from "Le carnaval des animaux" or "The Carnival of the Animals", a musical suite of fourteen movements by the French Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saëns. See more »

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[First lines, Bugs and Daffy argue]
Bugs Bunny: Saint-Saens
Daffy Duck: Saynt-Saynes
Bugs Bunny: Saint-Saens
Daffy Duck: Saynt-Saynes
Bugs Bunny: Saint-Saens
Daffy Duck: It's pronounced Saynt-Saynes
Bugs Bunny: It is pronounced Saint-Saens
Daffy Duck: Saynt-Saynes
Bugs Bunny: Saint-Saens
[...]
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Referenced in Maltin on Movies: Hereafter (2010) See more »

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Carnival of the Animals
Music by Camille Saint-Saëns
Conducted by Michael Tilson-Thomas
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A wonderful lark!
25 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was extraordinarily funny, visually pleasing, and creative. Yes, Mel Blanc DOES do the voice characterizations and is credited at the beginning. And the narration is nothing short of brilliant, because it was penned by the Emperor of Puns, Ogden Nash. I got to see a live performance of Carnival of the Animals when I was in elementary school and the narrator was the great Robert Klein. Watching the amusing animated short brought back great memories. I recommend a terrific book (may be necessary to go to one of the out-of-print booksellers), A GOLDEN TRASHERY OF OGDEN NASHERY. Anyhow, seek out a copy of this cute animated short on VHS. I'll bet it can be found on one of the compilation DVDs by now, too.


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