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Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny (1980)

Bugs Bunny gushes with excitement over the end of school, but while stopping to wonder why he's excited about this at his age, he runs into a tree and has a flashback to his youth, when he ... See full summary »

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Bugs Bunny gushes with excitement over the end of school, but while stopping to wonder why he's excited about this at his age, he runs into a tree and has a flashback to his youth, when he was just as excited about the end of school. But his nemesis, a young Elmer Fudd, is also out, and he's out to get the budding wascally wabbit. Written by Ondre Lombard <olombard@lombard.cyberverse.com>

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Bugs pops out of the ground and mentions Chavez Ravine and compares it to the Astrodome. He is actually referring to Dodger Stadium, which was built over or near Chavez Ravine, and acquired the nickname. See more »

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Bugs Bunny: I'm glad that I'm not young anymore. But you know, I bet Elmer and I were the youngest people to ever start chasing each other.
[spots a small Wile Coyote in a diaper chasing Roadrunner who's an egg with feet]
Bugs Bunny: Yet, I could be wrong, you know.
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Wintermärchen
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Music by Alphons Czibulka
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The best of the more recent additions to the older works
12 October 2000 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

Although they've mostly worked, the cartoons done in the 1970's and after usually aren't quite as good as the older stuff (probably because budgets and cost won't allow the same freedom). This one and a few others are the exception. I put this one above the two most notable others (The Duxorsist and Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24th and a 1/2 Century) because it has some funnier lines and situations and a very funny cameo by none other than Wile E. Coyote. Chuck Jones did a marvelous job with this one and it is highly recommended.


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