Bugs Bunny Rides Again
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Bugs Bunny Rides Again is a 1948 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies short, released in 1948, directed by Friz Freleng, and written by Tedd Pierce and Michael Maltese. The short is both a Western and a parody of the genre's conventions.
- Poor little maroon. So trusting. So naive.
- Heh. Just like Gary Cooper, huh?
- [last lines; to Yosemite Sam, as he leaves on the train] So long, Sammy! See ya in Miami!
- Yosemite Sam: Listen, stranger. This town ain't big enough fer the two of us!
- Bugs Bunny: It ain't? Eh, pardon me, Mac.
- [Bugs exits the saloon, followed by construction noises until he returns]
- Bugs Bunny: Now is it big enough?
- [A much-larger city has been built behind the town]
- Yosemite Sam: Naw, still ain't big enough!
- Yosemite Sam: Now, all of you skunks clear out of here!
- [Everyone leaves the saloon; the last one out is an actual skunk]
- Skunk: My, weren't there a lot of skunks in here?
- Bugs Bunny: Gin rummy's my game, Sam.
- Yosemite Sam: Okay, cut the cards.
- [Bugs takes a hatchet and chops the deck of cards in two]
- Yosemite Sam: Not that-a way, you darn galoot!