PG | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
The Looney Tunes search for a man's missing father and the mythical Blue Monkey diamond.
When Elmer Fudd is chasing Bugs and Daffy through the museum, the music playing is from the piano suite "Pictures at an Exhibition" by Modest Mussorgsky, a cycle of piano pieces describing a walk through an art gallery (by a man with a limp) and the different ... ...
What kind of performance do you call that? You made me sound like a total space cadet, man!
Matthew Lillard: I'm sorry you feel that way. I was just trying to be true to your character.
Shaggy: If you, like, goof up on me in the sequel, I'ma coming after ya!
Scooby Doo: Reah. And Ri'll...
When Elmer Fudd says 'say your prayers rabbit' Daffy has a hammer and nails, but when the scene cuts back to daffy afterwards, the hammer and nails have vanished.
There are no opening credits, other than the title of the film.
When Broadcast on ITV and ITV2, several scenes involving violence are removed, including Sam shooting the banana skin in the casino scene, and Bugs placing the popcorn inside the marked alien during the Area 52 fight scene.
What's Up, Doc?
Written by Carl W. Stalling
$9,317,371 (USA) (16 November 2003)
$20,991,364 (USA) (1 February 2004)