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Bugs Bunny. Kill the wabbit! Bugs: Kill the wabbit? Bugs: O mighty warrior, 'twill be quite a task How will you do it, might I inquire to ask? E: I will do it with my spear and magic helmet. B: Spear and magic helmet? E: Spear and magic helmet. B: Magic helmet? E: Magic helmet! B: Magic helmet. E: Yes, magic helmet, and I give you a sample! E: That was the wabbit! E: Oh, Bwoonhilda, be my wove!
E: Weturn, my wove, a fire burning inside me. B: Return my luv, I want you always beside me. E: Wove wike ours must be B: Made for you and for me. E: North winds bwow, south winds bwow. E: Thunder, wigtning, stwike the wabbit! E: What have I done?
Poor wittle bunny. B: Well, what did you expect from an opera, a happy ending? At that, a scared Bugs flees, Elmer realizes "That was the wabbit! Bugs' true identity is inadvertently exposed when his headdress falls off, enraging Elmer. Bugs yanks Elmer's helmet down over his head and uses it as a chance to escape, discarding his disguise. A crescendo drum roll is playing while Elmer struggles to fix his helmet. Once Elmer puts his helmet back into the right position, the "Ride" overture plays once again and the white gazebo turns red reflecting Elmer's anger , resolving to himself "I'll kill the wabbit!
Eventually, the ensuing storm tears apart the mountains where Bugs has fled. Bugs then breaks the fourth wall and briefly raises his head to face the audience while remarking, "Well, what did you expect in an opera? A happy ending? The pre-written "That's all, Folks! Originally released to theaters by Warner Bros.
Bryan as Bugs and Elmer, respectively. This is the third of the three Warner Bros. Jones admitted as much, having described a surreptitious re-allocation of production time to complete the short. Michael Maltese devised the story for the cartoon, and also wrote lyrics to Wagner's music to create the duet "Return My Love". Art director Maurice Noble devised the stylized backdrops. He also pronounced Richard Wagner as it would be pronounced in English wag-ner , instead of its usual German pronunciation, "Rikard Vagner".
Specific excerpts include:. It has topped many Top Ten lists of the greatest animated cartoons of all time. In , What's Opera, Doc? The list was conducted via survey by a thousand animators. In , the United States Library of Congress deemed it "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant", and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry , making it the first cartoon to receive such honors.
Duck Amuck and One Froggy Evening were later inducted into the registry, making Chuck Jones the only animator with three shorts thus recognized. The short has an 8. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from What's Opera, Doc. Lobby card. Warner Bros. Release date.
July 6, Running time. Henry Holt and Co. ISBN The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons. Checkmark Books. Retrieved 6 June Jones did this cartoon in seven weeks instead. To cover up for the extra time spent, he had his entire unit doctor their time cards to make it appear as if they working on the Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner short Zoom and Bored for two weeks before production of that cartoon actually started. The Greatest Looney Tunes Cartoons. Insight Editions.
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What's Opera, Doc? is a American Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. The short was released on July 6, , and stars Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. What's Opera, Doc? is a American · The story features Elmer chasing Bugs through a parody of 19th-century classical composer · It has been widely praised by. Elmer Fudd is again hunting rabbits - only this time it's an opera. Wagner's Siegfried with Elmer as the titular hero and Bugs as Brunnhilde.