Falling Hare (1943)

Synopsis: Bugs Bunny tries to prevent the wrecking of an American military aircraft by a gremlin.
Genre: Animation, Comedy
Year:
1943
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[ Laughs ]

[ Bugs ] Hey, get a load of this, folks.

It says here...

"a constant menace to pilots are the gremlins who wreck...

with their dia-bo-lick-al-sa-bo-tay-gee.

Gremlins ?

[ Laughing ] Oh, murder ! Gremlins.

What a fairy tale. Little men, oh brother !

[ Chuckles ]

[ Metal Banging ]

[ Continues Metal Banging ]

Enh, what all the hubbub, bub ? Shhh !

These blockbuster bombs don't go off unless you hit them just right.

- Yeah ?

- Yeah.

Hey mac. Let me take a whack at it.

[ Gasps In Terrifying ]

[ Yells ] What am i doing ?!

[ Stammers ] Why you little, you, you, you, you...

[ Gasping ]

Hey I bet that was, say do yous think that, hey could that been a gremlin ?

[ Gremlin ] It ain't Wendell Willkie !

Aaah ! [ Screaming ]

Which way did he go George ?

Which way did he go ?

Hmmm.

That way. Well gee thanks a lot, George.

Thanks a lot.

What's the matter bunny rabbit ?

Speak to me.

Why don't you say something ?

I'm only three and a half years old.

[ Laughs ]

I like him.

He's silly.

[ Screams ]

Here gremlin !

Here gremlin, gremlin, gremlin.

[ Whistling ]

Nice gremlin.

Whoo-hoo !

[ Whistles ]

- [ Gremlin Laughs ]

- [ Bugs Screams ]

Going down.

[ Laughing ]

[ Continues Screaming ]

[ Bugs Exclaims, Shrieks ]

[ Tire Screeching ]

- Sorry folks. We ran out of gas.

- [ Bugs ] Yeah, you know how it is with these "A" cards.

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Warren Foster

Warren Foster was an American writer, cartoonist and composer for the animation division of Warner Brothers and later with Hanna-Barbera. more…

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