My Reviews (5 reviews)

My Reviews (5 reviews)

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"Long-haired Hare" 10 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: paskunia, February 12, 2008

My favorite Bugs cartoon. A howler, even more now than when I saw it as a kid. My favorite part- outside the beginning, when Giovanni Jones unwillingly joins in on Bugs's very eccentric songs- is when Bugs shows up at the concert dressed as Leopold Stokowski, and the orchestra members begin whispering "Leopold" to one another. It was an early introduction to classical music for me, along with "Rabbit of Seville."
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Long-Haired Hare 10 out of 5 stars

Giovanni Jones is classic

Reviewed by: bchelrprty, February 05, 2005

Hahaha. When Giovanni sings "And what do they do in Mississippi, when skies are drippy," I almost soil myself in laughter. That's one of the greatest gags in cartoon history.
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Long-Haired Hare 10 out of 5 stars

Uncle Jeffy

Reviewed by: UncleJeffy, November 06, 2004

Bugs Bunny at what he does best! Minding his own business he's accosted by a bully...then karma kicks in!!! Bugs is soooo zen.
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Long-Haired Hare 10 out of 5 stars

Hysterical satire on opera and opera-lovers is hys

Reviewed by: ben662, May 23, 2003

The ensuing conflict between Bugs and an overly fat opera singer is hysterical at the very start...! Just seeing a 300-lb serious opera singer dancing to the silliest of bango tunes kills me!!

And every charcter in it is just poking fun at the world of opera. Especially when the star's voice destroys the place, not to mention unravels his clothes...and then the elegant audience of course applauds at the conductor's performace!!!

A must for any opera lover with a sense of humor!
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Long-Haired Hare 10 out of 5 stars

Of course you know, this means war!

Reviewed by: huron, March 03, 2003

I love the various songs Bugs sings at the beginning of the cartoon to raise the ire of the nice fat opera singer. The Frankie & Perry references are funny and the use of liquid alum (never heard of the stuff) is purely educational. One of the best buildups and endings of all the classic WB shorts. Bravo Chuck!!
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