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Elmer Fudd hopes to receive a promotion by agreeing to take care of his boss's dog Rupert for a weekend. But Rupert thinks of himself as a human and expects to be...  (more)

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Hal Smith replaces the late Arthur Q. Bryan as the voice of Elmer J. Fudd.

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A sad event had transpired the previous year, Arthur Q. Bryan had died. However, determined to carry on, everyone at Warner Bros. went and found a replacement, namely Hal Smith. This was the first cartoon that would establish Hal as the new voice of Fudd. But,...  (read more)
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