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Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers (1992)

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Alien blue-stemmed carrots start sprouting everywhere, and Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, and Elmer Fudd have all been replaced by badly animated pod-people versions of themselves. Is Bugs next?

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Alien blue-stemmed carrots start sprouting everywhere, and Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, and Elmer Fudd are replaced by badly animated pod-people versions of themselves. Could Bugs be the next victim? Written by Greg Method <CatraDhtem@aol.com>

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Pale Sterotype of Elmer Fudd: [deadpan] Be vewy vewy quiet I'm hunting wabbits
Bugs Bunny: Da da da ta ta! Here I am, here's your wabbit!, what'll it be today wabbit stew?, wabbit cutwets?
Pale Sterotype of Elmer Fudd: I'm hunting wabbits!
Bugs Bunny: Okay fair enough but you'll have to catch me foist!
Pale Sterotype of Elmer Fudd: Be vewy vewy quiet, vewy quiet, vewy quiet
Bugs Bunny: There was something different about him, but I couldn't quite put my finger on it
[snaps his fingers at the replacement]
Bugs Bunny: he had a big dopey grin on his face and seemed could it be badly drawn!
[knocks on the replacement's head]
Bugs Bunny: Hey what's ...
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Crazy Credits

The credits are playing over a glowing carrot from the planet "Noodnik". After the credits, we see a badly drawn clone of Porky Pig coming out of the circle saying a distorted "Th-th-th-that's all folks!", until Bugs says "Oh no you don't!" then he kicked the fraud clone out of the way and replaces it with the real Porky Pig and then, Porky says, his famous closing line, "Th-th-th-that's all folks!". See more »

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Edited into Bugs Bunny's Creature Features (1992) See more »

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I agree, this is one of the better newer instalments
28 June 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I am a big Looney Tunes fan and have been for goodness knows how long. Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers, while as far as these cartoon spoofs go not as good as Carrotblanca and Duck Dodgers in the 24.5 Century, was very enjoyable and one of the better newer instalments. I did have mixed feelings on some of the animation though, the colours are beautiful and the characters even the intentionally badly-drawn impostors are drawn more than decently, however some of the background art lacks fluidity particularly in the Yosemite Sam segment and this could have been improved by some tighter editing. Also I thought I noticed an inconsistency; Elmer says something like "there's a wabbit down there, and I am trying to put him in wabbit stew" and that struck me as odd because I could have sworn Elmer was a vegetarian. That said, the story is a fun spoof on a classic film as well as having some distinctive lines and gags that you can recognise from the cartoons of the 40s and 50s and a very atmospheric and thrilling climax. Bugs has some wonderful one-liners, while I enjoyed seeing Elmer pointing his gun in Bugs' hole and Bugs and Yosemite crossing each other like they did in the old cartoons while they even manage to bring in the classic "Duck Season" "Rabbit Season" scene from Rabbit Fire here. The characters are great and in general stay true to their personas, Bugs steals the show, but Daffy and Yosemite fare best support wise. If there was one character I missed though considering the subject matter, it would be Marvin the Martian, he is a great character and quite underrated, and I think he would have been right at home if used. Jeff Bergman does a very worthy job considering he had huge shoes to fill voicing all the characters. All in all, fun and one of the better newer instalments. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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