The Unruly Hare

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The Unruly Hare is a 1945 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series directed by Frank Tashlin and written by Melvin Millar. The cartoon was released on February 10, 1945 and stars Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. The film was one of only two Bugs Bunny cartoons directed by Frank Tashlin at Warner Bros., the other being 1946's Hare Remover.

Directed by Frank Tashlin. Written by Melvin Millar.


Bugs Bunny: Eh, what's up, Doc?
Elmer Fudd: I just put a cwazy wabbit out of his misewy.
Bugs Bunny: It's murder, he says! How gruesome. [Peeking down tree stump with Elmer, whispering] Don't look now, Doc, but you missed me.

[Elmer gets riled, seeing Bugs on his surveying telescope]
Elmer Fudd: Thewe's something scwewy awound hewe!
Bugs Bunny: Eh, could be you, Doc. [He kisses him. Elmer sticks the gun into Bugs' mouth, then lifts him off his surveying telescope. Bugs does a Joe Besser impression] Oh, you and your old gun, you're crazy! [Elmer turns to the audience, confused. Confusion turns to anger. Elmer turns back to Bugs. Elmer has Bugs at gunpoint, the barrel of the shotgun poking his chest, pushing Bugs] Eh, only a rat would shoot a guy...[turns around] the back. [Elmer starts to pull on the trigger] I reiterate: only a big, fat rat would shoot a guy in the back.
[Elmer shoots. A smoke cloud appears where Bugs was]
Elmer Fudd: So I'm a big, fat wat!
Bugs Bunny: [coming out of smoke, doing a Jerry Colonna impression] Ah! Have some cheese, rat!
[He shoves cheese wedge in Elmer's mouth]

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