Bugs Bunny is abducted by Marvin the Martian and brought to Mars to be the companion to his pet abominable snowman Hugo, who will "hug him and squeeze him and call him George."

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Bugs Bunny / Marvin the Martian / Hugo / Grouchy Butterfly (voice)
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Bugs Bunny is abducted by Marvin the Martian and brought to Mars to be the companion to his pet abominable snowman Hugo, who will "hug him and squeeze him and call him George."

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Hugo the Abominable Snowman previously appeared in The Abominable Snow Rabbit_(1961)_ See more »

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With the distance between Earth and Mars, Earth would be much smaller than depicted - too small, in fact, for Bugs to see it. See more »

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[first lines]
Bugs Bunny: Trouble with this world is that everybody's out to get everybody else. I mean, why can't people be more like me? I love everybody.
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Spoofs Of Mice and Men (1939) See more »

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Valse Brilliante in E Major
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Music by Frédéric Chopin
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Stale later effort from a master
17 September 2015 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Marvin the Martian kidnaps Bugs Bunny so his pet Abominable Snowman, Hugo, can have a playmate. Originally part of the TV special Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over, this later (and lesser) cartoon by Chuck Jones suffers from many of the same problems that plague most of the Looney Tunes shorts made after the classic era. Namely that the jokes aren't very funny and the animation, music, and overall production is cheaper in quality. This cartoon is basically just an exercise in nostalgia, reminding the viewer of the great cartoons they used to make (for example, The Abominable Snow Rabbit) and offering little that's new. The funniest part is the brief bit with the tough little butterfly. That part made me laugh, unlike the rest of this, which just made me kind of sad that a legend like Jones was having to relive his glory days at this point instead of providing some fresh material. Still, anything that involves Chuck Jones and Mel Blanc can't be all bad. Definitely worth a look for die-hard Looney Tunes fans.


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