Rabbit of Seville (Looney Tunes)
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The Rabbit of Seville is a 1950 Looney Tunes cartoon starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd, it was directed by Chuck Jones and written by Mike Maltese. The cartoon is #12 in the 50 Greatest Cartoons.
Why It Rocks
- The cartoon does a wonderful job parodying the Barber of Seville.
- Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan do a flawless job voicing Bugs and Elmer respectively.
- Nicely done animation for it’s time.
- A lot of funny and clever jokes and humor.
- The backgrounds look great.
- Bugs Bunny provides a lot of great gags such as fooling Elmer Fudd into marrying him at the end.
- Carl Stalling does a tremendous musical score on this cartoon.
- During the scene where Bugs gives Elmer a scalp massage, he is drawn with five fingers in order to accurately emulate the piano solo played.