animated cartoon Wabbit Twouble © Warner Bros. / Leon Schlesinger Studios
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Wabbit Twouble

Elmer Fudd goes to Jellostone National Park for some rest and relaxation. However, between the antics of Bugs Bunny and a dangerous grisly bear, he finds the trip nothing of the sort.

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Eh, I remember this cartoon from along time ago. I never much cared for it. I didn't really like the animation, nor the plot. But the humor was decent. I...
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Bugs Bunny is one of my favorite Looney Tunes characters, and this short is one of my favorites directed by Bob Clampett. In this cartoon, Elmer Fudd (a pudgy Elmer...
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I am kind of surprised at the low grades this cartoons getting,"Wabbit Twouble" is no four star cartoon but it dose deserve a little more credit."Wabbit Twouble" begins as Elmer...
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Unfortunately this Clampett directed Merrie Melodies starts off mediocre and goes downhill from there. Elmer innocently turns up for a holiday at Jellostone National Park and is immediately beset by...
Created by: Warner Bros., Leon Schlesinger Studios
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Mel Blanc ... Bugs Bunny, Bear
Arthur Q. Bryan ... Elmer Fudd
Directed by: Robert Clampett
Produced by: Leon Schlesinger
Musical Score by: Carl W. Stalling
Writing Credits: Dave Monahan
Animated by: Bill Melendez and Sidney Sutherland

After Leon Schlesinger told them not to use the fat version of Porky Pig anymore, Tex Avery and Bob Clampett discussed with each other the fact that they found Arthur Q. Bryan’s (himself a heavy man) performance funnier when he recorded them than when they were synched with Elmer. So the two directors redesigned Elmer to resemble Bryan. After a few more cartoons, Clampett decided that the redesign had been a mistake and reverted Elmer to his previous, classic form.

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