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20th May '16 4:36:16 PM Give1Take2
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* BelligerentSexualTension: DJ and Kate, naturally.



* DesignatedLoveInterest: Kate and DJ, who are in love because they're the two opposite-gendered human leads in a major motion picture and the script says so. This is Lampshaded in a deleted scene.



** The deleted scenes had a ''very'' different opening for the film, which features Daffy as a superhero fighting an evil Elmer Fudd and his organ operated robot-thingy (a CrazyAwesome opening not so different from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'')--only to reveal that it's Daffy trying to pitch a film idea, with the Warner Bros. complaining that he killed Elmer in the end. Elmer himself runs off crying at the premise.

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** The deleted scenes had a ''very'' different opening for the film, which features Daffy as a superhero fighting an evil Elmer Fudd and his organ operated robot-thingy (a CrazyAwesome opening not so different from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'')--only to reveal that it's Daffy trying to pitch a film idea, with the Warner Bros. complaining that he killed Elmer in the end. first five minutes. Elmer himself doesn't want to be a bad guy and [[MeanCharacterNiceActor runs off crying at the premise.premise]].



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: All over the place, especially from Bugs and Daffy (as per usual)

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: All over the place, especially from Bugs and Daffy (as per usual)usual).



* IceQueen: Kate Houghton, whom Daffy even calls "icy she-wolf." Leading to...
** DefrostingIceQueen: She warms up over the course of the film, though especially to [[DesignatedLoveInterest DJ]].



* NoSenseOfHumor: Kate, [[{{Irony}} despite being the VP of comedy at Warner Bros]]; something the other characters rib her endlessly for.
** In a deleted scene it's revealed that she actually ''does'' have a sense of humor; it's just a very lousy one. (We're talking {{Knock Knock Joke}}s and {{Incredibly Lame Pun}}s here, people.)



** Over at the next table, Bugs and Kate struggle to come up with a good film idea without Daffy since most of Bug's usual comedy shticks, like cross-dressing, are now frowned upon. It's an uphill struggle, to say the least.
-->'''Bugs:''' Lady, if you don't find a rabbit in lipstick funny, then you and I have nuthin' to say to each other.



* StrangledByTheRedString: Lampshaded in a deleted alternate ending, where DJ introduces Kate to his father and admits they haven't kissed, they don't really get along, and they have virtually nothing in common; to which she smilingly replies that this could be The One.



-->'''Porky Pig:''' F-f-first they told me to lose the stutter, now they tell me I'm not funny anymore! ''[sigh]'' It's a pain in the butt being p-p-politically correct.

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-->'''Porky Pig:''' F-f-first they told me to lose the stutter, now they tell me I'm not funny anymore! funny! ''[sigh]'' It's a pain in the butt being p-p-politically correct.
13th May '16 5:07:25 AM Rorosilky5
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28th Feb '16 12:49:26 PM ngh93
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6th Feb '16 1:19:43 PM MarkLungo
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** Forget Kevin [=McCarthy=] mumbling about how [[InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers they're here]]?

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** Forget Kevin [=McCarthy=] mumbling about how [[InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers [[Film/InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers they're here]]?



*** Entirely by coincidence, this movie was released November 14, 2003, NINE DAYS before the fortieth anniversary of ''Doctor Who''.

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*** Entirely by coincidence, this movie was released November 14, 2003, NINE DAYS before the fortieth anniversary of ''Doctor Who''.''Series/DoctorWho''.
6th Feb '16 1:19:09 PM MarkLungo
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* TheMillenniumAgeOfAnimation

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27th Jan '16 10:28:40 AM AmourMitts
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* HamAndCheese: Steve Martin is clearly having the time of his life as the ACME Chairman. According to the DVD commentary, he stayed in character even off-set.
23rd Jan '16 5:46:24 PM AmourMitts
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Also worth noting that this is the last film to be scored by composer JerryGoldsmith before he passed away after a long struggle with colon cancer (his illness kept him from completing the film, with the final reels scored by Music/JohnDebney). It is also the final film appearance for Peter Graves.

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Also worth noting that this is the last film to be scored by composer JerryGoldsmith before he passed away after a long struggle with colon cancer (his illness actually kept him from completing the film, with the final reels scored by Music/JohnDebney). It is also the final film appearance for Peter Graves.
23rd Jan '16 11:15:40 AM nombretomado
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The second feature film attempt at reviving the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes franchise since the fall of the original WarnerBros cartoons, after ''Film/SpaceJam''. Released in 2003, this film is another good example of the RogerRabbitEffect. WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck is fired from the Warner Studio and falls in the middle of a search for a mysterious Blue Monkey diamond that the secret agent father of a security guard is also trying to find before the Head of Acme does. Without Daffy, WesternAnimation/BugsBunny just can't do his job, and he heads out across the world with the VP of Comedy to retrieve him. Creator/BrendanFraser and Jenna Elfman star as said security guard and VP, Joe Alaskey voices both Bugs ''and'' Daffy, and SteveMartin is a live-action villain who is the Head of the {{Acme|Products}} Corporation that apparently invents all the malfunctioning devices known to cartoon-dom. Creator/JoeDante directs. Eric Goldberg, who animated ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'''s Genie, directs the animation.

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The second feature film attempt at reviving the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes franchise since the fall of the original WarnerBros cartoons, after ''Film/SpaceJam''. Released in 2003, this film is another good example of the RogerRabbitEffect. WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck is fired from the Warner Studio and falls in the middle of a search for a mysterious Blue Monkey diamond that the secret agent father of a security guard is also trying to find before the Head of Acme does. Without Daffy, WesternAnimation/BugsBunny just can't do his job, and he heads out across the world with the VP of Comedy to retrieve him. Creator/BrendanFraser and Jenna Elfman star as said security guard and VP, Joe Alaskey voices both Bugs ''and'' Daffy, and SteveMartin Creator/SteveMartin is a live-action villain who is the Head of the {{Acme|Products}} Corporation that apparently invents all the malfunctioning devices known to cartoon-dom. Creator/JoeDante directs. Eric Goldberg, who animated ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'''s Genie, directs the animation.



** SteveMartin only agreed to do this movie on the condition that they had Daleks in the Area 52 scene.

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** SteveMartin Creator/SteveMartin only agreed to do this movie on the condition that they had Daleks in the Area 52 scene.
18th Jan '16 2:54:59 AM aye_amber
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-->-- '''WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck''', to WesternAnimation/BugsBunny

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-->-- '''WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck''', -->--'''WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck''', to WesternAnimation/BugsBunny
21st Dec '15 8:20:00 PM Adept
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Also worth noting that this is the last film to be scored by composer JerryGoldsmith before he passed away after a long struggle with colon cancer (his illness kept him from completing the film, with the final reels scored by JohnDebney). It is also the final film appearance for Peter Graves.

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Also worth noting that this is the last film to be scored by composer JerryGoldsmith before he passed away after a long struggle with colon cancer (his illness kept him from completing the film, with the final reels scored by JohnDebney).Music/JohnDebney). It is also the final film appearance for Peter Graves.
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