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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: A poster outside the theatre promotes [[Creator/ChuckJones Carlo Jones]], Eduardo Selzer (Eddie Selzer), a couple others -- all of which were fancy versions of names of Termite Terrace animators/producers/directors.


* ShoutOut: The opening "Rainy Night in Rio" number is a reference to the long-forgotten film "The Time, The Place And The Girl.", which was where the song originated.

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The opening "Rainy Night in Rio" number is a reference to the long-forgotten film "The Time, The Place And The Girl.", which was where the song originated.originated.
** In the scene where Bugs disguises himself as an autograph-seeking teenybopper (an obvious disguise, of course), he says "Frankie and Perry just aren't it," referring to Music/FrankSinatra and Music/PerryComo, two of pop music's biggest stars of the late 1940s.


** This gets even worse if you look in the background of Giovanni's living room, and see that his ''patio door is wide open''. Not only is Giovanni's violence uncalled for, he didn't even have to confront Bugs at all, he could simply have closed the door.

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** This gets even worse if you look in the background of Giovanni's living room, and see that his ''patio door is wide open''.open'' for some reason. Not only is Giovanni's violence uncalled for, he didn't even have to confront Bugs at all, he could simply have closed the door.


* ClothingDamage: Giovannis opera tuxedo increasingly falls apart when Leopold Bugs makes him hold a high note for a long time, symbolizing the strain it's putting on him.

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* ClothingDamage: Giovannis Giovanni's opera tuxedo increasingly falls apart when Leopold Bugs makes him hold a high note for a long time, symbolizing the strain it's putting on him.



** This gets even worse if you look in the background of Giovanni's living room, and see that his ''patio door is wide open''. Not only is Giovannis violence uncalled for, he didnt even have to confront Bugs at all, he could simply have closed the door.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: A poster outside the theatre promotes [[Creator/ChuckJones Carlo Jones]], Eduardo Selzer (Eddie Selzer), a couple others- all of which were fancy versions of names of Termite Terrace animators/producers/directors.

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** This gets even worse if you look in the background of Giovanni's living room, and see that his ''patio door is wide open''. Not only is Giovannis Giovanni's violence uncalled for, he didnt didn't even have to confront Bugs at all, he could simply have closed the door.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: A poster outside the theatre promotes [[Creator/ChuckJones Carlo Jones]], Eduardo Selzer (Eddie Selzer), a couple others- others -- all of which were fancy versions of names of Termite Terrace animators/producers/directors.



** He also [[SubvertedTrope remarks "Leopold!" when Bugs shows up in his disguise]], although his voice is partially drowned out by the rest of the orchestra.

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** He also [[SubvertedTrope remarks "Leopold!" when Bugs shows up in his disguise]], although his voice is partially drowned out by the rest of the orchestra.orchestra.
* WagTheDirector: A minor InUniverse example. When Jones first steps out onto the stage and assumes the RecitationHandclasp, he lifts one finger to the conductor to indicate his readiness.

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* InstantHomeDelivery: In the middle of the high note, Bugs steps out and orders some earmuffs by mail. Seconds after putting the form in the mail, The earmuffs arrive, without the postman even picking up the letter first.


* ClothingDamage: Giovannis opera tuxedo increasingly falls apart when Leopold!Bugs makes him hold a high note for a long time, symbolizing the strain it's putting on him.
* DeathGlare: Leopold!Bugs glares daggers through Jones before his performance, making it clear this won't be pretty.

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* ClothingDamage: Giovannis opera tuxedo increasingly falls apart when Leopold!Bugs Leopold Bugs makes him hold a high note for a long time, symbolizing the strain it's putting on him.
* DeathGlare: Leopold!Bugs Leopold Bugs glares daggers through Jones before his performance, making it clear this won't be pretty.



* IncrediblyLongNote: The climax comes when Leopold!Bugs forces Jones to hold an absurdly long note, even while Jones thrashes around on the stage with his face changing colors, until the Hollywood Bowl collapses on top of him.

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* IncrediblyLongNote: The climax comes when Leopold!Bugs Leopold Bugs forces Jones to hold an absurdly long note, even while Jones thrashes around on the stage with his face changing colors, until the Hollywood Bowl collapses on top of him.



* KnuckleCracking: Bugs cracks his knuckles before having Jones hold a long note during the concert's finale.



* VocalRangeExceeded: Leopold!Bugs makes Jones sing a note far below his range.

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* VocalRangeExceeded: Leopold!Bugs Leopold Bugs makes Jones sing a note far below his range.


* IncessantMusicMadness / EarWorm: Bugs drives Jones nuts.

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* IncessantMusicMadness / EarWorm: IncessantMusicMadness: Bugs drives Jones nuts.


* ClothingDamage: Giovannis opera tuxedo increasingly falls apart when Leopold!Bugs makes him hold a high note for a long time, symbolizing the strain it's putting on him.



** This gets even worse if you look in the background of Giovanni's living room, and see that his ''patio door is wide open''. Not only is Giovannis violence uncalled for, he didnt even have to confront Bugs at all, he could simply have closed the door.



* {{Jerkass}}: Instead of asking Bugs not to interrupt his rehearsals, Jones breaks his instruments and beats him up.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Instead of asking Bugs not to interrupt his rehearsals, Jones breaks his instruments and beats him up. Bugs is even uncharacteristically patient with him, and puts up with it ''three times'' before finally having enough of Giovanni's abuse.



* PaperThinDisguise: Everyone thinks Bugs is Leopold Stokowski even though he's only wearing a tuxedo and a wig.

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* PaperThinDisguise: Everyone thinks Bugs is Leopold Stokowski even though he's only wearing a tuxedo jacket and a wig.

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* StandardSnippet: Besides all the songs Bugs plays and sings ("Rainy Night in Rio", "My Gal is a High-Born Lady", and "When Yuba Plays the Rhumba on the Tuba"), he ends the cartoon by picking the standard vaudevillian tag "Good eve-ning, friiiieeeeeeeeeeeeennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnds..." on the banjo.


[[caption-width-right:300: [-Leopold! Leopold!-] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:300: [-Leopold! Leopold!-] ]]
Leopold! Leopold!]]

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Bugs's "Leopold" guise was a parody of a RealLife opera conductor of the day, Leopold Stokowski. Stokowski is also parodied in another Bugs Bunny cartoon, "WesternAnimation/SlickHare".

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* GotMeDoingIt: While trying to rehearse, Jones found himself singing along with whatever Bugs was playing, much to his ire.


* FunnyBackgroundEvent: A poster outside the theatre promotes [[ChuckJones Carlo Jones]], Eduardo Selzer (Eddie Selzer), a couple others- all of which were fancy versions of names of Termite Terrace animators/producers/directors.

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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: A poster outside the theatre promotes [[ChuckJones [[Creator/ChuckJones Carlo Jones]], Eduardo Selzer (Eddie Selzer), a couple others- all of which were fancy versions of names of Termite Terrace animators/producers/directors.

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** The song Bugs sings while playing the harp is "My Gal Is A High-Born Lady", a song with lyrics that were [[http://mudcat.org/@displaysong.cfm?SongID=4114 hella racist]] even by the standards of the 1940s. Chuck Jones and Mike Maltese wrote tamer lyrics for Bugs to sing.


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* OneBookAuthor: Giovanni's singing is performed by Nikolai Shutorov, a baritone who had sang in Hollywood choruses but never received screen credit. This was his only solo work. [[AuthorExistenceFailure He died before the cartoon's release.]]

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