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||IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 from 1,144 votes
||Release: 19 November 1982 (USA) /
||Genre: Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family
||Director: Friz Freleng,
||Stars: Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray, Lennie Weinrib, Mel Blanc, Shepard Menken
||Synopsis: Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are rival book salesmen from Rambling House. They each go their separate ways to sell books to folks, Daffy finds himself encountering Elmer Fudd and Porky Pig. Bugs gets forced by Sultan Yosemite Sam to tell stories to his spoiled-brat son, Prince Abba-Dabba. The stories are shown through clips of old Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies. Written by Jon Cooke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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At 18, I am a huge Looney Tunes fan. As a little girl, I loved watching
them and laughing at the manic wit, marvelling at the colourful
animation and admiring the playful and energetic music, not to mention
loving the witty characters(especially Bugs and Daffy) and the fresh
dialogue. Even if some cartoons were a little predictable in the story,
I know some of the Speedy Gonzales cartoons were on the predictable
side, I still loved them. And I still do, I've finished school now, and
one of my guilty pleasures is watching Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry and
Scooby Doo on Boomerang, I can't help it and I still love them.
So as a huge fan of Looney Tunes, I heard there were a few movies and
compilation films and thought I would like to check them out. I had an
inkling I had seen parts of 1001 Rabbit Tales before, as the parts in
the palace struck a big bell with me, but I insisted on seeing the
whole film. Overall, I enjoyed 1001 Rabbit Tales. I agree it is uneven,
not a huge surprise for me as I have found in the past that compilation
films have parts that work and parts that don't quite, but I liked it.
First of all, it was a delight seeing all those cartoons. I love a vast
majority of the cartoons featured, especially One Froggy Evening,
Bewitched Bunny, Ali Baba Bunny and Tweety and the Beanstalk, which
have great animation, music, dialogue and sight gags. The ones that
didn't strike me as quite as memorable was Mexican Boarders and Apes of
Wrath(though Bugs and the drunken stork elevated it), Mexican Boarders
because although it was an improvement over most Speedy cartoons it was
my least favourite cartoon featured. I did like Goldimouse and the
Three Cats too, it starts off slow but gets better as Sylvester falls
victim to his own traps.
As for the film itself, it was pretty good, though it is the case where
the shorts and characters are better than the story itself in my
opinion. The animation on the whole is pretty good, admittedly better
in the shorts than in the edited bits, which had a good "scratchy"
style but the animation in the cartoons was much more fluid and
colourful. The music was highly enjoyable throughout, very playful and
energetic, and I loved the humour. The humour in the edited bits stuck
to the style of the early cartoons, with the interplay between Bugs,
Yosemite and the Prince standing out. Though when it comes to the
cartoons themselves, I loved the dark humour of Bewitched Bunny, how
Sylvester Jnr in Goldimouse and the Three Cats was named "spoiled
brat", the running joke that Bugs ends up somewhere other than he wants
due to a wrong turn and the hilarious ending of Red Riding
Hoodwinked(not to mention the Big Bad Wolf's short-term memory).
It was a huge delight to see all the Looney Tunes characters, Bugs and
Daffy of course are the stars of the show, Bugs having more to do,
while Yosemite is a delight as the Sultan, they pretty nail what he was
like in the earlier cartoons with the hot temper and the fact he is
always up to no good. Porky and Elmer aren't given as much to do, but
they are good enough, while Speedy is a lot less annoying in two of his
better cartoons(The Pied Piper of Guadalupe being the other). The
drunken stork and Witch Hazel also give delightful contributions. And
all of these characters are brilliantly voiced, Mel Blanc deserving the
However what I didn't like so much was that the film is too short, for
me anyway, and I think it should have been better finished than it was.
The story is a good idea, contrary to what has been said already,
however it takes a bit of a while to get going but when it does get
going it is fine. The pacing is uneven here I think, not in the
cartoons but parts at the beginning could have been better paced.
Finally while I loved the characters, there was one character I didn't
like and that was the Prince. I just found him irritating, not his
dialogue(which was great actually) but how he was voiced and animated,
too loud and abrasive and blocky when it comes to the animation. I
understand he was meant to be irritating, but not that irritating.
Overall, despite its faults, I liked it. When it comes to the
compilation films, I felt Daffy Duck's Quackbusters had the better
story and it felt better paced, but the humour and a vast majority of
the cartoons here work splendidly. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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Arthur Q. Bryan
, June Foray
, Lennie Weinrib
, Mel Blanc
, Shepard Menken
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