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dc.contributor.authorBlanc, Melen_US
dc.contributor.illustratorRobert McKimson and Richard Thomasen_US
dc.identifier.other11766 (Access ID)en_US
dc.description.abstractThis booklet is a small but textually complete version of the Warner Brothers booklet-and-record production of 1947. That was done including four 78 rpm records; this edition was made for at least one 45 rpm record, not present. Elmer Fudd narrates, in both the book and, presumably, the record. Bugs trips over a book of TH. Bugs goes directly to the end of the book to see by how much the hare beat the tortoise. He is angered by the result, even more when a tortoise offers to bet him on a race together. Daffy Duck serves as announcer for the race out and back again. After establishing an early lead, Bugs opines that the hare in the book probably knocked himself out. Bugs tries to avoid that by taking a rest. In the meantime, he puts a young duck into the water even though that duck does not want to get wet. Fun goes further when Bugs passes the tortoise, and the tortoise asks a taxi to follow Bugs. Only the taxi does not take the tortoise with him! Bugs walks into a trap, set for chickens by Henery the Hawk. A carrot farm proves to be Bugs' undoing. His stomach bulges as he sleeps against a tree. When the tortoise comes by, Bugs surprises him with the alarm clock he has set. The tortoise air mails himself by having a couple of air mail stamps slapped onto himself. Bugs wins by an ear and declares that "Bugs Bunny won by a hare!"en_US
dc.description.statementofresponsibilityMel Blanc
dc.publisherWarner Brothersen_US
dc.subject.lccPZ8.2.P547 1948en_US
dc.titleBugs Bunny and the Tortoiseen_US
dc.acquired.locationBlack Swan, Oaklanden_US
dc.cost.usCost: 25en_US

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