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16th Feb '15 10:56:51 PM sadclown
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* One for Elmer Fudd, who despite being the ultimate ButtMonkey for the Looney Tunes, [[spoiler: finally wins. Or so he thinks]].
* Silly as a rabbit in drag singing a love duet with a little bald man is, Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan's voices are [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome actually pretty lovely]] during the "Return My Love" song.

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* One for Elmer Fudd, who despite being the ultimate ButtMonkey for the Looney Tunes, [[spoiler: finally wins. Or so he thinks]].
* Silly as a rabbit in drag singing a love duet with a little bald man is, Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan's voices are [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome actually pretty lovely]] during the "Return My Love" song.
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16th Feb '15 10:49:32 PM sadclown
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* One for Elmer Fudd, who despite being the ultimate ButtMonkey for the Looney Tunes, [[spoiler: finally wins. Or so he thinks]].

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* One for Elmer Fudd, who despite being the ultimate ButtMonkey for the Looney Tunes, [[spoiler: finally wins. Or so he thinks]].thinks]].
* Silly as a rabbit in drag singing a love duet with a little bald man is, Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan's voices are [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome actually pretty lovely]] during the "Return My Love" song.
2nd Apr '14 10:13:35 PM MHMhasf1998
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* Well, how about the fact that this is the FIRST modern animated short to be placed in the National Film Registry (in 1992). Think about it. Only the prototypical ''WesternAnimation/GertieTheDinosaur'' was listed before it (1991). It ended up beating ''WesternAnimation/SteamboatWillie''. (1998)

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* Well, how about the fact that this is the FIRST modern animated short to be placed in the National Film Registry (in 1992). Think about it. Only the prototypical ''WesternAnimation/GertieTheDinosaur'' was listed before it (1991). It ended up beating ''WesternAnimation/SteamboatWillie''. (1998)(1998)
* One for Elmer Fudd, who despite being the ultimate ButtMonkey for the Looney Tunes, [[spoiler: finally wins. Or so he thinks]].
27th Oct '13 10:34:33 PM MrKurtz
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* Well, how about the fact that this is the FIRST modern animated short to be placed in the National Film Registry. Think about it. Only the prototypical ''WesternAnimation/GertieTheDinosaur'' was listed before it (1991). It ended up beating ''WesternAnimation/SteamboatWillie''. (1998)

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* Well, how about the fact that this is the FIRST modern animated short to be placed in the National Film Registry.Registry (in 1992). Think about it. Only the prototypical ''WesternAnimation/GertieTheDinosaur'' was listed before it (1991). It ended up beating ''WesternAnimation/SteamboatWillie''. (1998)
10th Jan '13 7:55:12 AM Kitch
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* Well, how about the fact that this is the FIRST modern animated short to be placed in the National Film Registry. Think about it. Only ''GertieTheDinosaur'' was listed before it (1991). It ended up beating ''Disney/SteamboatWillie'' (1998).

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* Well, how about the fact that this is the FIRST modern animated short to be placed in the National Film Registry. Think about it. Only ''GertieTheDinosaur'' the prototypical ''WesternAnimation/GertieTheDinosaur'' was listed before it (1991). It ended up beating ''Disney/SteamboatWillie'' (1998).''WesternAnimation/SteamboatWillie''. (1998)
10th Jan '13 7:54:12 AM Kitch
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* Well, how about the fact that this is the FIRST modern animated short to be placed in the National Film Registry. Think about it. Only ''GertieTheDinosaur'' was listed before it (1991). It ended up beating ''Disney/SteamboatWillie'' (1998).
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