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Alternate Title: Elmer's Hare Remover

Hare Remover (Elmer's Hare Remover) (1946) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Hare Remover

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  • Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Warner Bros.
  • Cartoon Characters: Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Rover, Bear.
  • Originally Released in 1946.
  • TechniColor
  • Running Time: 7:22 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.
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Hare Remover

Posted: October 04, 2003

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Terrific stuff. Almost never mentioned in discussions of the greatest Bugs cartoons, it also makes one regret that Tashlin never did more Bugs cartoons than he did. I actually like the bear the best in this one......those expressions! One of the best cartoon bears EVER.

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Hare Remover

Posted: December 05, 2002

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Terrific stuff. Almost never mentioned in discussions of the greatest Bugs cartoons, it also makes one regret that Tashlin never did more Bugs cartoons than he did. I actually like the bear the best in this one......those expressions! One of the best cartoon bears EVER.

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Hare Remover

Posted: June 03, 2002

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This is a somewhat strange cartoon to me compared to other MM and LT cartoons. For one, we have a refrence to Bugs' grandfather. Also, Elmer seems actually calculating evil whereas in his other cartoons he is clueless and bumbling. Again, we have the "play dead in front of a bear" joke and the "flashing the cards with pictures drawn on them in front of the audience to make fun of a character" joke. This time, the bear does the flashing and we have "crackpot", "bats in the bellfrey" and one that might mean 'corny", but I'm not sure. Email me if you know this last picture insult.

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