My Reviews (3 reviews)



Rabbit Of Seville Cartoon Picture
Buy Rabbit Of Seville on DVD Buy Rabbit Of Seville on Blu-Ray Disk Rabbit Of Seville Cartoon Download Rabbit Of Seville Cartoon Download
Rabbit Of Seville

Rabbit Of Seville

Rabbit Of Seville (1950) - Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series Rabbit Of Seville

BCDB Rating: 2.3 out of 5 stars 2.3/5 Stars from 190 users.
Vote Now!
Post your Comments or Review
This page has been viewed 51 times this month, and 13729 times total.

  • Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Warner Bros.
  • Cartoon Characters: Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd.
  • Originally Released in 1950.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 7:31 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.
  • Buy This On DVD

Cartoon Comments:



The Best Bug Bunny Cartoon EVER

Posted: April 17, 2007

The Best Bug Bunny Cartoon EVER

By
I cannot get enough of this cartoon. Before DVD and Videos were invented I watched every week to get a glimpse of this one. Clearly they dont make them like this anymore.

7 of 21 people found this comment useful
Was this comment useful to you?

Rabbit Of Seville

Posted: October 07, 2004

Rabbit Of Seville

By
One of the best cartoons ever made. God has let Chuck Jones into Heaven ahead of the other riff-raff because of this cartoon.

Most people know this as simply the greatest Warner Bros. cartoon (or even cartoon in general) ever made. Jones, Bugs and Elmer are all at their peak of creativity here. The way the animation and the gags are set to music make this a tour de force all the way. In fact, one even wonders where the Acadamy was when this cartoon came to theatres. Could Gerald McBoing Boing effectively sing, "Welcome to my shop! Let me cut your mop! Let me shave your crop! Daintedly!"? But, that's entirely another matter. This essay is about Elmer.
There was one thing touched upon in this cartoon that for some reason was virtually ignored in previous cartoons. Finally, Bugs made fun of Elmer's baldness. Since they are rewriting the Barbar of Seville opera, it only makes sense that they use Barbar gags. With no hair to work with, Bugs first tosses a salad on Elmer's head. Then much later uses a shoe-shine stand to polish Elmer. And finally, as the coup-de-gras, Bugs uses some Hare Tonic to grow actual hair on Elmer's head. Elmer is elated at this site until each strand suddenly sprouts flowers.
Never before and not afterwards had Elmer's scalp been the source of so much comedy. But, then again, Elmer had other faults to accentuate. Something that Bugs is more than aware of.

7 of 24 people found this comment useful
Was this comment useful to you?

Rabbit Of Seville

Posted: February 14, 2004

Chuck's Best? Bugs's Best? MY FAVORITE!

By
RABBIT OF SEVILLE is absolutely my favorite Bugs Bunny, Warner Bros, Chuck Jones, heck I think it's my favorite cartoon! THIS is the cartoon that drove me to study animation. Everything about it is perfect - the timing, the voices, the music, the gags, the animation -- the sequence where Bugs pours concrete over Elmer's head, then sticks the sign in it til it dries, then chisels it -- classic stuff! "Dere -- you're nice an' clean -- altho' ya face looks like it might have gone t'rough a ma-chine...."

5 of 14 people found this comment useful
Was this comment useful to you?

> >|

Add your own Review