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Hare-Breadth Hurry (1963)

When Bugs takes the Roadrunner's place in a cartoon, the Bugs/Coyote roles and rules become confused.

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... Bugs Bunny / Wile E. Coyote (voice)
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Bugs, with the help of some Acme Super Speed Vitamins, is filling in for the roadrunner, who "sprained a giblet." Fortunately, even when the vitamins fail, Bugs can outwit the coyote, though as usual, the coyote outwits himself much of the time. Most complex gag: Wile E., atop a large cliff, has set out a target and a carrot. Bugs stops, the anvil drops, and Bugs appears atop the cliff, target in hand. He puts the target on Wile E.'s head, the anvil hits, and the cliff-side falls, taking Coyote with it. Bugs removes the target, the anvil falls and misses! Wile E., relieved, walks away into the path of a truck. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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Bugs says that the Road Runner has sprained a giblet, but that's not possible - a bird's giblets are its internal organs. See more »

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Bugs Bunny: [referring to Wile E] You know, it's amazing the trouble this joker goes through to get a square meal. Eh, case in point...
[he shows off Wile E.'s latest rabbit trap, which involves a boulder suspended above the ground by a rope, a seesaw and a rifle]
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Follows Operation: Rabbit (1952) See more »

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Lame
28 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

The last (and least) of the Bugs Bunny & Wile E. Coyote pairings is basically a sub-standard Road Runner cartoon with Bugs being chased by Wile E. while constantly yammering away to the audience. I can't believe Chuck Jones had anything to do with this. None of the gags are funny. Heck, the entire premise is flawed from the get-go. Why did they have so much trouble in the later years making good Bugs cartoons? The animation is poor, as it often was in the 1960s Looney Tunes shorts. The colors are okay, I'll give it that. The music from Bill Lava is TV quality and does not fit the action well. It's just an 'off' cartoon from start to finish. Watchable for fans, I suppose, but it's really not good.


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