Elmer Fudd expects to find "west and wewaxation" during his visit to Jellostone National Park, but he sets up camp in Bugs' backyard, and the rabbit (and a neighboring bear) definitely don't have leisure in mind.
Yosemite Sam is running for mayor, and one of his campaign promises is to get rid of all the rabbits. When Bugs runs against him as the "pro-bunny" candidate, Yosemite uses a number of elaborate stunts to eliminate his opponent (which all backfire). In the end, they're defeated by a dark horse candidate (an actual dark horse!).Written by
When Sam asks Bugs to play the piano, Bugs plays 2 distinctly different sour notes each time, but he is striking the exact same key. See more »
As I stand on this platform, I stand for union - Union suits and Union stations! For the little people. There's enough fresh air and sunshine in this great country of ours for everybody, and I'll see to it that you'll get your share!
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The version shown on BBC Television fades to black after Bugs asks "Anyone for Russian Roulette?" and completely omits the closing gags with the gun. See more »
Bugs and Yosemite Sam are at their best in this brilliant cartoon which sees them fighting each other over the Mayor elections in a country town. Sam has vowed to wipe out all rabbits from the town and naturally Bugs is upset.
The usual tricks and hijinks follow. But what makes them different this time is that instead of Bugs duping Sam into stupidity, Sam plays many nasty tricks on Bugs. But the bunny is so smart and so many steps ahead that he manages to reverse each and every trick back onto Sam. The comic timing is just perfect.
In the end none of them win. A mare becomes mayor. Trust me it makes sense.
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