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The Old Grey Hare Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1944 11-13.

Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc.
 featuring Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, God

The Old Grey Hare On Video!  The Old Grey Hare BCDB Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (4/5 stars from 13 users.)

My favorite Clampett - so far 10 out of 5 stars

Teacher Man

Reviewed by: mattcarton, July 06, 2008

I'll tell you how good this cartoon is - I showed it to a group of my high school seniors prior to their graduation. After it was done, they were dumbfounded. I nodded my head in assent - "Yes, folks, while you think you know a lot about life, there are some things that will surprise you. For example, until today, none of you thought Bugs Bunny was a complete jerk." They agreed with me.

It's dark, it's black, it's sick. It's brilliant. First off, having young and old Bugs, but not present-day Bugs, was a stroke of genius. Burying Elmer Fudd alive is a stroke of genius. And just look at some of McKimson's animation - so detailed, so...well, alive - a big departure from his own later, flat films.

I know most folks say that "Coal Black" is Clampett's masterpiece. But until I see a restored version of it - and not the crappy YouTube print that is available - this gets my vote for Clampett's best...and thus, by extension, one of the greatest of all Looney Tunes.
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