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Waiter Elmer Fudd, running a swanky Hollywood restaurant (the "Mocrumbo"), tries to catch Bugs for an order of fried rabbit for a very important customer, Humphrey...  (more)

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Bugs, imitating Al Jolson, sings "Quarter To Nine" from the 1935 classic film "Go Into Your Dance."

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This is another great cartoon to feature Hollywood stars fron the 1940s. Combining Humphrey and Bugs Bunny is hugely entertaining. Bogart can also been seen with Bugs in 8 Ball Bunny. Baby (Lauren Bacall) finally shows up at the end. The appaearance of Ray...  (read more)
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I viewed this Cartoon many times on Kids TV here in Utah in the mid 1950's yes there are numerious referrences to famious Hollywood Celebs of the 1930's and 40's. Humphry Bogart's threating way and his lines ''What ever Baby...  (read more)
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Wow, this cartoon is funny and chocked full of Hollywood refrences. I don't understand most of the jokes because they poke fun at famous actors that I don't know about. But I love the show anyway just because of this. I love old refrences to...  (read more)
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