Gorilla My Dreams

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Gorilla My Dreams is a 1947 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical animated short, released in 1948, starring Bugs Bunny. The short was directed by Robert McKimson and written by Warren Foster.

Dialogue[edit]

Bugs Bunny: Cut that out, Gargantua. I'm ain't an ape. I'm a rabbit. Long ears... fluffy tail... technically known as a rodentus rabbitus.
Mrs. Gruesome Gorilla: [crying] My baby doesn't love me.
Bugs Bunny: That's my soft spot - dames crying. So she thinks I'm her baby. I'll play along with the gag. All right, lady. Turn off the waterworks... mother.
[Mrs. Gruesome takes Bugs and dresses him up as a baby]
Bugs Bunny: Me and my big, fat mouth.

Bugs Bunny: Okay, Doc. You caught me fair and square. I throw myself on your tender moicies.
[Gorilla grabs Bugs and roughs him up, but he quickly tires out; Bugs blows on him and he falls]
Bugs Bunny: Heh, I wore him out.

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