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A behind-the-scenes look at the making of "The Bugs Bunny 51st-and-a-Half Anniversary Spectacular," complete with shaky camera and a variety of outtakes from stars Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Yosemite Sam.

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A behind-the-scenes look at the making of "The Bugs Bunny 51st-and-a-Half Anniversary Spectacular," complete with shaky camera and a variety of outtakes from stars Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Yosemite Sam.

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Trivia

9 magazines are spoofed immediately, after the opening credits conclude. 1st, "Security" is misspelled as Vacurity. 2nd, "People" is misspelled as Peeple. 3rd, "Sports Illustrated" is misspelled as Sports Illuminated. 4th, "Money" is misspelled as Moolah. 5th, "TV Guide" is misspelled as TV Snide. 6th, "The New Yorker" is misspelled as The New Yawker. 7th, "TIME" is misspelled as THYME. 8th, "Newsweek" is misspelled as Newspeak. 9th, "VOGUE" is misspelled as VAGUE. See more »

Goofs

The mistake is not in the short, but in "Buy at Amazon" link! When it is clicked on, a 90 minute VHS of X Rated Bloopers opens, instead! Not animated. Need to change the link to the first four disc set of "Looney Tunes: Golden Collection, Volume 1". See more »

Quotes

[Daffy is just about finished complaining to Elmer Fudd about being accidentally shot by him during a take when he walks into a wooden plank and gets his beak stuck]
Bugs Bunny: NOW can we cut?
Daffy Duck: You smug son of a...
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Crazy Credits

There is an additional scene after the credits where Bugs looks at the injured Yosemite Sam and he calls it a day. See more »

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References Rabbit Fire (1951) See more »

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Hey Time-Warner, we wanna see this cartoon!!!
11 October 2006 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This was a very, very edgy cartoon that should have been more widely seen that it was. Apparently, shortly after it was made, some kill-joys at Time-Warner decided it was too edgy and harmed the bland reputation they've created for their characters in recent years. Yet back in the early 90s, somehow, the writers and animators at Warner Brothers were given a lot of leeway to create a modern version of Bugs Bunny. It begins with a sappy '51st and 1/2 birthday' celebration, but the cartoon then became a parody of the 'making of,...." video where the cartoon characters let down their hair (hare) and you see who they REALLY are! This was a great idea and I loved seeing the characters acting edgy and funny instead of the insipid SPACE JAM-type Warner cartoon characters. For very little kids, this cartoon isn't too appropriate, but for older kids and teens, they'll probably think it's great when they bleep out comments made by jealous Daffy Duck!! About the only thing that doesn't work is the section where they show fake take after take of the same dancing number--it really got repetitive and a bit annoying! But, this cartoon is a great way to both celebrate the past and keep the edginess that made Bugs, Daffy and the rest popular.


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