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Spaced -Out- Bunny

Spaced -Out- Bunny

Alternate Title: Spaced Out Bunny

Spaced -Out- Bunny (Spaced Out Bunny , Spaced-Out Bunny) (1980) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Spaced -Out- Bunny

BCDB Rating: 3.7 out of 5 stars 3.7/5 Stars from 15 users.
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Spaced -Out- Bunny 2 out of 5 stars

Chuck ... What were you thinking ...

Reviewed by: cakutscher1, March 05, 2003

Without a doubt one of the worst Bugs Bunny cartoons ever made. From the opening scene where Bugs is kissing flowers and petting rocks (as the rocks rolls away Bugs says "Well ... rock & roll no doubt" ... please) to the ending where Bugs is offering up these words of wisdom " ... I'm a flying object lesson" the watcher is bombarded with continuous bad jokes, horrible graphics, and a lousy music score. Age level is about 7 and below. Oh Chuck it coulda been a contenda but KO in the 1st did it in. Eh next?
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Spaced Out Bunny 6 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: Matthew Hunter, November 20, 2001

Easily THE WORST WB cartoon ever made. "See Ya Later Gladiator", its runner-up, at least has some laughs. And this is out of Chuck Jones...come on, Chuck! I think every WB cartoon director did at least one turkey if they stuck around long enough, but this is terrible. Horrible. This is painful to watch. Its main problem is, it's not funny. The character designs are weird looking, they look more like Jones' limited edition drawing designs than the old classics, and it's a poor character combination too. Bugs is kidnapped by Marvin Martian, (with a rack-and-pinion tranquilizer carrot)and taken to the abominable snowman from "Abominable Snow Rabbit", also a prisoner to the martian, from the Himalayas. After Bugs gets tortured enough he turns the tables on Marvin and is sent home. This is still shown often on Tv...if you see it avoid it!

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