Rabbit's Feat

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Rabbit's Feat
Looney Tunes (Bugs Bunny) series
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Title card
Directed by Chuck Jones
Produced by John Q. Burton
(uncredited)
Story by Michael Maltese
(uncredited)
Voices by Mel Blanc
Music by Milt Franklyn
Animation by Ken Harris
Richard Thompson
Studio Warner Bros. Cartoons
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
The Vitaphone Corporation
Release date(s) June 4, 1960 (USA)
Color process Technicolor
Running time 6:07
Language English

Rabbit's Feat is an animated 1960 Warner Bros. cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote, directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. As Maltese had left for Hanna-Barbera, his name was removed from the credits (although his name remained on the credits for The Mouse on 57th Street a year later).

Synopsis[edit]

The scene opens with Wile E Coyote saying, "Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Wile E Coyote. Uh, I am a genius by trade." Wile E Coyote then explains that he is hunting for the common western rabbit. Wile E Coyote sets a picnic blanket and tries to catch Bugs Bunny. Bugs Bunny comes out of his hole and takes some carrot juice and pours it into a cup. Wile E Coyote this time succeeds in catching Bugs Bunny but not for long. In the next scene, Wile E, convinced that he has the rabbit, puts the sack where Bugs Bunny had been into and puts it into a cauldron. Bugs Bunny, hiding behind a rock, pretends to cry in agony. When Wile E Coyote takes a look, Bugs Bunny kisses him and says, "Papa! You came back from Peru! Oh Papa, we thought you were run over by an elevator!" Wile E Coyote spits it out and while sad violin music is playing, Bugs Bunny laments, "Boo-hoo! Oh boo-hoo-the-hoo! I've been rejected by my onliest father!" The next scene shows Wile E Coyote talking to himself about how he's going to kill Bugs Bunny. Bugs Bunny sneaks over and rejects the first two ideas. When Wile E Coyote mentions the dynamite carrot idea, Bugs Bunny yells and Wile E Coyote falls on his face. (twice)

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Preceded by
Person To Bunny
Bugs Bunny Cartoons
1960
Succeeded by
From Hare to Heir