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Hair-Raising Hare (1946) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Hair-Raising Hare

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A mad scientist needs specimens for his experiments. Lured to the scientist's lair in a castle by a sexy mechanical rabbit, Bugs is hunted down through the dungeon by the big orange monster (so scary that it frightens its own mirror image away) who wants the bunny for dinner.

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My personal favorite of classic Charles m. Jones Bugs! I still to this day get a kick of Bugsy pointing Gossamer out to the audience, as the monster cries, "PEOPLE?!? YAHHHHHHH!" 15 out of 10!...  (read more)

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As listed in a previous review, Vincent Price was
the mad scientist in Water, Water Every Hare.
In Hair-Raising Hare, the mad scientist was a
characture of science-fiction actor,...  (read more)

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This is one of two cartoons in which the sneakered monster is called Rudolph (the other being "Water Water Every Where" with the Vincent Price doctor) who would later be re-christened Gossamer by Marvin the Martian.
Bugs' devotion to the...  (read more)

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