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Herr Meets Hare (1945) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Herr Meets Hare

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Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc. Mel Blanc Isadore Freleng Edward Selzer Carl W. Stalling
  • 1945
  • Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc.
  • The Vitaphone Corporation, Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Bugs Bunny, Hermann Goering, Adolf Hitler.
  • Vocal Talent: Mel Blanc (Bugs Bunny).
  • Directed By Isadore Freleng (as I. Freleng).
  • Produced By Edward Selzer.
  • Animated By Gerry Chiniquy, Jack Bradbury, Manuel Perez, Virgil Ross, Richard Bickenbach.
  • Written By Michael Maltese.

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  • Layouts: Hawley Pratt (uncredited).
  • Backgrounds: Robert Gribbroek (uncredited).

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Hermann Goering heads to the Black Forest for rest and relaxation; because of a wrong turn in Albuquerque, so does Bugs, who encounters "Fatso" while trying to get...  (more)

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A good take on Goering! This cartoon is a mileston in that it is the first cartoon that uses the famous line "I shoulda taken that left turn at Albequerque!" Also, the Bruenhilde scene in "What's Opera, Doc?" originally came from...  (read more)

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