Elmer Fudd walks out of a typical Bugs cartoon, so Bugs gets back at him by disturbing Elmer's sleep using "nightmare paint."
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The opening sequence, in which Bugs traps Elmer inside a log and rolls it toward a cliff each time Elmer tries to exit, reuses the animation from the 1941 Tex Avery
cartoon All This and Rabbit Stew
(1941). Instead of Elmer, though, the previous film features a black hunter chasing Bugs. Elmer was simply drawn in over the animation of the black hunter, right down to the same body poses and facial expressions. This has confused a number of people into thinking the former film was completely re-done with Elmer, whereas it's only the one scene. See more
After the dream, Elmer arrives back at the log in a rush and the pieces of contract blow about in the air. A nearly off-screen Bugs on the left looks like he mouthes his catchphrase: "Ehhhh, What's up Doc?", but there is no sound. See more
Zillions and twillions of wabbits! Where are they all coming from?
[at an adding machine
From me, Doc. I'm multiplying, see? I'm multiplying!
One version omits the scene where Bugs Bunny takes the sleeping pills (possibly an act of political correctness). This scene is left intact in the 2004 Looney Tunes 4-disc box set. See more
The Flower Song
Music by Gustav Lange See more