animated cartoon Rabbit of Seville © Warner Bros.
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Rabbit of Seville

Bugs is chased by Elmer into the Hollywood bowl, which is playing host to the opera The Barber of Seville. Raising the curtain on Elmer, Bugs gets into character as the barber and proceeds to groom Elmer into submission.

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The first thing I think of when I watch this, is how similar the premise is to Tex Avery's 'Magical Maestro'. In both cases someone wanders (or is chased) into...
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The Rabbit of Seville doen't have quite the panoramic scope and vision of 'What's Opera Doc,' but the rewritten words of the operatic music are endlessly hilarious. And it's...
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This is easily one of the greatest cartoons ever made."Rabbit of Seville" is brillant because the cartoon is a perfect combination of the opera occuring and a cartoon.Instead of reducing...
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If Warner Bros. would have ever done a serious contender to rival Disney’s Fantasia using Looney Tunes; I think this would’ve been one of the shorts used, another: What’s Opera...
Created by: Warner Bros.
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Mel Blanc ... Bugs Bunny
Arthur Q. Bryan ... Elmer Fudd
Directed by: Chuck Jones
Produced by: Edward Selzer
Musical Score by: Carl W. Stalling
Writing Credits: Michael Maltese
Based on: The opera “Il barbiere di Siviglia” (The Barber of Seville) by Gioachino Rossini.
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