Upswept Hare (1953)

  |  Animation, Short, Comedy


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Elmer Fudd brings home a rare plant and Bugs Bunny.


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10 September 2015 | utgard14
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| "What's a wabbit doing in my bathwoom?"
Elmer Fudd finds a rare flower in the desert and wants to take it home with him. But he needs to make sure he gets a lot of the flower's "native soil," so he digs up the earth all around the flower which just so happens to include a sleeping Bugs Bunny. Later, back at Elmer's penthouse, Bugs awakens and quickly makes himself at home. Which, of course, doesn't sit well with Elmer. Not the funniest Bugs & Elmer short I've seen but a decent one. The animation is colorful and bright. The music is lively and fun. Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan are wonderful, as always. The main problem is the story is so flimsy it really needs some great gags to work and this short doesn't really deliver with anything memorable. Watchable for fans but not a great example of what Looney Tunes was capable of with these two characters.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Animation | Short | Comedy | Family

Details

Release Date:

14 March 1953

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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