| Animation, Short, Comedy
Elmer Fudd is taken far into the future (past 1990) and Bugs thinks back to when they first met as little babies.
Musical Director Carl W. Stalling's name appears in a newspaper article Elmer Fudd reads at the beginning of this cartoon. The headline reads, "Smellevision Replaces Television" followed by the byline, "Carl Stalling sez, 'It Will Never Work!'"
Elmer J. Fudd:
I twied and I twied, but I just simpwy can't seem to catch that old wabbit!
God: If at first you don't succeed, Elmer, try, try again.
Elmer J. Fudd: Twy, twy again? Yeah, but how wong will it take?
God: Come, Elmer. Let us look far into the future.
Elmer J. Fudd: Will I eventually catch the ...
While cradling the "dying" Bugs Bunny the elderly Elmer Fudd's mustache disappears for a few frames.
After Bugs hands Elmer the lit stick of dynamite, the cartoon ends, but you can still hear the fuse burning. As the dynamite explodes, the "That's All Folks!" card shakes wildly.
On The WB, this scene was removed: baby Elmer levels his cork gun at baby Bugs' face and baby Bugs then smashes his bottle of carrot juice over baby Elmer's head.