Long-Haired Hare (1949)

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Bugs Bunny retaliates against the pompous opera star who does him violence.


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21 May 2005 | MartyD82-1
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| That's The Nice Fat Opera Singer
Bugs is lying on a rock happily playing some folk music while opera singer Giovanni Jones is in "the house down the hill" (quite a modern looking house for 1949, no?) rehearsing. After being constantly disrupted by Bugs's music, Giovanni violently puts it to an abrupt end. Little does he realize what Bugs has in store for him during his performance that night...

Being a late-1940s cartoon, we see our favorite rabbit at his most aggressive (before the more "kid-friendly" Bugs of ten years later). As such, Chuck Jones' generally dark/violent humor is in full force here, and is very funny due to some clever jokes and excellent timing. My favorite being the sometimes cut-from-TV scene where Bugs dresses like a bobbysoxer asking for Giovanni's autograph, only to give him a stick of dynamite rather than a pen. Giovanni's pose when he was getting ready to sign his name was simply priceless! Highly recommended!

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