Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie

Synopsis: This is the second feature-length film containing classic Warner Brothers cartoons linked together by newly animated footage. It is divided into three parts, all of which are being shown in a theater as part of a film ceremony honoring the classic Looney Tunes characters. Part 1 involves Yosemite Sam's pact with the Devil to exchange his place in Hell with Bugs Bunny, provided that Sam can lure Bugs into sin and then kill him. Part 2 is a parody of TV crime-fighting dramas as Bugs is selected by law-enforcement to find and apprehend gangster Rocky, who has kidnaped Tweety Bird for a ransom. Part 3 is an Academy Awards-like contest in which various classic cartoon shorts are showcased.
Director(s): Friz Freleng
Production: Warner Bros.
79 min

Eh, an Academy

Award winning cartoon short.

Noble knights of the Round Table,


ever since the accursed Black Knight

captured our singing sword,

evil times hath befallen us.


One of ye knights

must recover the singing sword.

The Black Knight

has a fire-breathing dragon.

But... but... but the Black Knight

is invincible.


Hath the knights of the Round Table

turned chicken?

Yuk yuk yuk yuk yuk!

Yuk yuk yuk!

Only a fool would go after

the singing sword.

A good idea... fool.


Unless you bring back

the singing sword,

you will be put to the rack,

burned at the stake,

and beheaded.


Ha ha ha!

Ha ha ha!



You crazy, idiot, bedraggled dragon!

I warned you about

letting your fire get low.

Now you caught cold.

So this is the singing sword.

Big deal.

I wonder why they call it

the singing sword.

Aah aah aah aah aah aah aah

aah aah aah

drop that sword, varmint!


The singing sword's been stolen!

Wake up, you fire-breathing lizard!

Stop breathing on me, you idiot!

Heh heh! That was simple.

Eee! eee! Eee!

Whoa, dragon!



Stupid dragon.

How's the water, doc?

Open that bridge, varmint!

Open it, I say!

Close it! Close it!

Close it up again!

O.K., rabbit,

you forced me to use force.

Hah! hah, dragon!

Hey! hah! Yah, dragon!

Hah, dragon! Hah!

Prepare yourself, rabbit.

I'm a-comin' over the wall.

You'll pay for this, varmint.

Now, uh,

let's see if I remember.

Head down, left arm stiff...



You idiot.



Aah! don't sneeze, you stupid dragon,

or you'll blow us to the moon!


Dragons is so stupid.

Adios! have a nice trip!

Bon voyage! Farewell to thee!

Aah aah aah

aah aah aah aah

aah aah aah aah aah

aah aah

He got an

Oscar, and I got a carrot.

So without further ado, in three acts,

welcome to Friz Freleng's.

Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie,

starring... ha ha ha! Little old me.

Eh, what's up, doc?

You're despicable!

Sufferin' succotash!

Ooh! I thought I taw a Puddy Tat!

Th-th-the name's Porky Pig.

Eh, when

Hollywood was just a kid,

the whole world fell in love.

With the wacky and wonderful

slapstick comedy.

It was the time of baggy-pants comics.

And far-out gags.

Then Warner Brothers gave the world.

Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes.

Friz Freleng and his fellow innovators.

Created some of the zaniest,

looniest characters.

To ever appear on the silver screen,

and the baggy-pants comics was out.

As Charlie Chaplin himself once said,

"how can we compete?

These guys don't have to stop

to take a breath."

Then from the magic pen of Friz Freleng.

Came a warmhearted,

humble, little introvert.

Called Yosemite Sam.

Any one of you Lily-livered,

bowlegged varmints

care to slap leather with me?

In case any of you get any ideas,

you better know who you're dealing with.

I'm the hootingest, tootingest,


bobtail wildcat in the west.

I'm the fastest gun north, south, east,

and west of the Pecos.

Well, hello there.

$50 million!

Ooh. hmm.

That widow ought to

get married.

When I get my hands on that money,

I'll buy the old ladies home

and kick the old ladies out.

I'll have the orphans' home torn down,

and I'll get rid

of the police department.

Ha ha ha!

Heh. that evil character's after

that nice old lady's money.

Looks like this boy scout's

going to do his good deed for today.

Ooh! oh, it's chilly in here.



I want you, baby...

Your eyes, your lips.

Come with me to the Kasbah.

We'll make beautiful music together.


Ha ha ha!

Come to papa, baby.

Nothing like this has happened to me

since the boys got back

from Gettysburg.

Oh! oh! Ooh!

Oh! oh, goodness!

Oh, goodness.

Someone's at the door.

Don't go away. I'll be right back.

Aha! I find you, my little pigeon.

Fly with me to Paris.

Ha ha ha!

Oh! hoo hoo! My!

20 years nothing,

and then it all piles up

in one day.

Oh! ha ha ha!

Oh, goodness me!

Oh! oh! Oh!

oh! Hoo hoo hoo!

Eh, what is up, Monsieur le Physicien?

You darn dude!

I'll give you a taste of leather!

Ha! you have insulted great lover.

The Marquis of Queensberry rules.

Take this.


Pistols at 10 paces?

You're on.

En garde.

I'm ready.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

6, 7, 8, 9, 9 1/2,

9 3/4, 9 3/16, 11/16,

12/16, 10!

Yep. it's right on time.

Ooh, what a night.

Open up!

Open up that door!



Now I got...


Oh, you're cute.

Ha ha ha!


Ha ha ha!

Oh, my! Ha ha!

Ha ha ha!

Oh, heavens to Betsy!

He's looped!

You'd better sit down

while I fix you

a cup of black coffee.

I'll be back with your coffee

in a jiffy.

Oh, that's too bad.

One or two lumps?

Make it two.

Two? O.K. 1, 2.

Ooh! ha ha ha!

Oh, my!

Here's your coffee. One or two lumps?


That's how many!

Oh, he flipped his lid.

Great horny toads! Wait, Emmie!


I'm sorry. Open up, Emmie.

Don't you come near me.

Aw, come on, Emmie.


Ooh! you're cute. Let's elope.

O.K. you get to the window.

I'll get a ladder.

I want to take a few things along.


That dame's taking everything

but the kitchen sink.

Don't forget the money, Emmie.

Ha ha ha!

Ha ha ha!

Well, hello there.

Where am I?

Oh, it's powerful hot in here.

Is this Dallas?


But you're close.

And what is your name,

little man?

It's Yosemite Sam.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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