Great for the young kids of today. One segment features Bugs and Elmer Fudd in a spoof of Richard Wagner's Ring of the Nibelung opera cycle, exposing kids to the potential joys of classical music. The episodes are linked together as Bugs Bunny tells stories from his retirement mansion in Beverly Hills. Daffy tries many things, but none of them work. Coyote disguising himself as a woman Scene. Bugs fights Marvin the Martian on Mars. Unsourced info can be questioned and may be removed without notice.
Coyote, which leads into a series of highlights from various Road Runner cartoons. The film is action packed and is entertaining from the beginning to the end. Scored by the great Carl Stalling. The movie includes 35 years of shorts and the adventures range from Daffy Duck being Robin Hood to Wile E. Comic animation is matched with unusually literate dialogue. While it is true that these shorts are better seen in their original form, why trash these neat features? The film is made up of 12 cartoons and includes a 15-minute compilation featuring 31 of the Road Runner and Wile E.
This happens again at the end; That's all Folks! This is the legendary Chuck Jones at his very best. The cartoons are pulled together by a narrative by Bugs himself which is pretty funny in itself. It is in the opening 20 minute prologue that is engaging and original but irrelevant since the title was changed. From this point, the movie becomes a compilation of several classic Jones shorts, with introductions provided by Bugs. But after that, we get to the good stuff. Coyote gags from 17 episodes. The Road Runner sequence is a hodgepodge of highlights from several cartoons, and while definitely entertaining, the material worked better in its original form.
Adults will forgive it, but from my own experiences when I first saw the film 16 years ago on tape , kids will get restless. However, the coyotes never dies. In one scene, Bugs disguises himself as Brunhilde. Parents need to know that this movie includes some of the greatest cartoons of all time. I've watched it every weekend since I got it. Most critics dislike these films because they cut the original shorts.
There are many good shorts included in the film. Preteens will get a kick out of this feature compilation. Who do you root for in these escapades: coyote or road runner. Grade-school kids will enjoy the adventures of these popular characters, but some parents may find aspects of the humor questionable, such as the over-the-top violence and some character's greediness and mean-spiritedness. At least the Warners compliations are seamlessly edited and the bridging material is often above average.
Bugs Bunny is one of my child's favorites, and judging from his reaction uncontrollable laughter! Of course, the road runner. . Do not use Wikipedia or any other wikis as a source. Teens will get a similar kick, and adults will feel warmly nostalgic. This article or section does not cite any sources. Cuts for time Stamped on August 14, 2017.
Bugs always tricks Daffy into being shot by Elmer. Then turn to the hilarity of the coyote and the road runner. Please add to help verify the article's content. Relive your past and watch this great dvd with starts like Bugs Bunny and all his enemies and friends. Coyote trying to capture Bugs Bunny.
Coyote uses his inventions to eat Bugs Bunny for supper. He soon discovers that Marvin the Martian wants to blow up the earth with his illudium Q-36 explosive space modulator and he finds himself chased by instant martians. We also get to see Bugs Bunny battling Marvin the Martian. This Looney Tunes feature begins with Bugs Bunny lounging at home, discussing his career, focusing on his collaborations with cartoon director Chuck Jones. So we should be grateful that at least there is one way we can at least see these shorts in some format very little is actually edited, most of the shorts are intact We can see a lot worse these days. The movie includes some favorite characters like Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd. This compilation contains many of the great Looney Tunes cartoons by the late great Chuck Jones.
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