29 December 2009 | CihanVercan
A pit hole on the highway may not be fixed, if it's belong to a hare
Through Robert McKimson's revision of Chuck Jones's "Homeless Hare(1950)" Bugs is disturbed from his sleep again to save his home from constructors. Even though the theme is same, we have a different story, and different jokes.
In Homeless Hare, background was a construction site; and our construction worker Mac was building an apartment block. The plot had been processed very well. Its peak was that it had one joke taken from the original Chip'n Dale series of Donald Duck from Disney. This joke had combined with the Bugs Bunny's classic seesaw joke.
Herein No Parking Hare, the background is out of the city: Mac is building a freeway, and he has to wipe out Bugs Bunny's home to keep the freeway going straight ahead. Yet, when Bugs challenges him; he splices a road curve as a last resort. In No Parking Hare, Mac is very evil and smart. He tries to explode Bugs's home with dynamites. But of course, Bugs is smarter than him. Whereas in Homeless Hare, Mac is so stupid that sometimes we want Bugs to have mercy on him. Mac was more funnier there.
In No Parking Hare, what is most likable is the scenes from Bugs Bunny's home. Bugs lays a trap for Mac, and returns to his room to continue reading his newspaper. Bugs is introduced more heroic than himself in Homeless Hare. However, Homeless Hare is more funny; and it's more appropriate for younger children. A little kid wouldn't get the clue why Bugs Bunny is appearing in the front page title of a newspaper at No Parking Hare's end. Both episodes are available to watch in Youtube.