Hare Lift

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Hare Lift is a 1952 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes short directed by Friz Freleng. The short was released on December 20, 1952, and stars Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. The title is a play on the term "air lift," as expressed in the plotline. In the short, bank robber Yosemite Sam forces Bugs to try to fly the largest airplane in the world.

This cartoon was featured in the beginning of Devil's Feud Cake.

Bugs Bunny

  • [Last lines; an ending almost referencing Falling Hare, after managing to pull the lever that says air brakes which stops the plane in midair] Lucky for me, this thing had air brakes.


Bugs Bunny: [reading book, "How to Fly"] "Refer to page 5, illustration E..."
Yosemite Sam: Quick, quick! Do something, or we're gonna crash! Read faster, rabbit! Read faster, or I'll blast your head off!
Bugs Bunny: [closing the book] I refuse to look up any more reference because you talked mean to me. Say you're sorry.
Yosemite Sam: [smacking forehead] Oh, no! [runs to the window, and sees that the plane is plummeting to Earth very quickly] Okay, you crazy galoot, I'm sorry.
Bugs Bunny: Say you're sorry with sugar on it.
Yosemite Sam: [indignantly] No! No! Never!
Bugs Bunny: [pause] Okay.
[Sam nervously begins playing with a yo-yo and jacks, while Bugs calmly chews on a carrot. Eventually, Sam returns to the window and sees to his horror that the plane is just about to crash]
Yosemite Sam: [frantically] I'm sorry with sugar on it!
Bugs Bunny: That's better. Much better. I'll see what I can do.
Yosemite Sam: YAAAAAH!
[Bugs manages to get the plane back up before it nosedives]

[Sam raced back to the plane, but, the wascally wabbit puts a banana peel and Sam slips out the other door]
Bugs: [hears the door knock] I wonder who that could be?
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