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|Long Description||Lights, camera, mayhem! It wouldn't be Hollywood without a big premiere, so the red carpet rolls out for the global video debut of CARROTBLANCA. Bugs Bunny is the world-weary hero who "sticks his cottontail out for no one" in this CASABLANCA spoof bringing together more Warner Bros. animated characters than any other Looney Tunes animated short in history. Next, go West, young fan, as movie duckaroo DRIPALONG DAFFY vows to clean up a one-horse town. (Got a broom, bub?) Two in the balcony is the ticket when the two are "da wabbit" and Elmer Fudd in HARE DO. Then, Daffy dupes Porky into quitting his studio contract by telling him YOU OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES in this live-action/animation classic. Next, Daffy gets carried away with his over-the-top portrayal of THE SCARLET PUMPERNICKEL. Closing out the fun: a trip (and a fall, plunge, >thwack! < and wild pursuit) to the "multi" multiplex for the boffo BOX OFFICE BUNNY. Down in front!|
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