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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: A poster outside the theatre promotes Eduardo Selzeri (Eddie Selzer, producer), Michele Maltese (Michael Maltese, writer) and [[Creator/ChuckJones Carlo Jonzi]].

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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: A poster outside the theatre promotes [[UsefulNotes/NoteworthyLooneyTunesStaff Eduardo Selzeri (Eddie Selzer, producer), Selzeri, Michele Maltese (Michael Maltese, writer) Maltese,]] and [[Creator/ChuckJones Carlo Jonzi]].

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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: A poster outside the theatre promotes Eduardo Selzeri (Eddie Selzer, producer), Michele Maltese (Michael Maltese, writer) and [[Creator/ChuckJones Carlo Jonzi]].


* MusicalEpisode:
** Every line except for the absolute last ("N-ext!") is sung to the tune of the overture.
** To the point that you can certainly ''try'' to listen to the original overture and not recall this cartoon's lyrics in your head. ''You can't do it.''

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* MusicalEpisode:
**
MusicalEpisode: Every line except for the absolute last ("N-ext!") is sung to the tune of the overture.
** To the point that you can certainly ''try'' to listen to the original overture and not recall this cartoon's lyrics in your head. ''You can't do it.''
overture.


* MusicalEpisode: Every line except for the absolute last ("N-ext!") is sung to the tune of the overture.

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* MusicalEpisode: MusicalEpisode:
**
Every line except for the absolute last ("N-ext!") is sung to the tune of the overture.



* WholesomeCrossdresser: Bugs, as usual.

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* WholesomeCrossdresser: Bugs, WholesomeCrossdresser:
** Bugs distracts Elmer while dressed as an elegant lady in a green dress. Elmer does not notice until he his bamboozled,
as usual.


Compare with WoodyWoodpecker's equally famous [[WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville take on the song.]]

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Compare with WoodyWoodpecker's WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker's equally famous [[WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville take on the song.]]


''Rabbit of Seville'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1950]] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short directed by Creator/ChuckJones.

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''Rabbit "Rabbit of Seville'' Seville" is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1950]] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short directed by Creator/ChuckJones.


* MusicalEpisode: Every line except for one is sung to the tune of the overture.

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* MusicalEpisode: Every line except for one the absolute last ("N-ext!") is sung to the tune of the overture.


The plot features WesternAnimation/BugsBunny being chased by WesternAnimation/ElmerFudd into the stage door of the Hollywood Bowl, whereupon Bugs tricks Elmer into going onstage, and participating in a break-neck operatic production of their chase punctuated with gags, all to the tune of Rossini's overture to ''TheBarberOfSeville''.

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The plot features WesternAnimation/BugsBunny being chased by WesternAnimation/ElmerFudd into the stage door of the Hollywood Bowl, whereupon Bugs tricks Elmer into going onstage, and participating in a break-neck operatic production of their chase punctuated with gags, all to the tune of Rossini's overture to ''TheBarberOfSeville''.
''Theatre/TheBarberOfSeville''.



-->There, you're nice and clean! Although your face looks like it might have gone through a machine..."

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-->There, you're nice and clean! clean!\\
Although your face looks face\\
Looks
like it might have gone through a machine..."


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* WithLyrics: A large section of the cartoon has Bugs (and Elmer) singing their dialogue to the tune of the overture from ''The Barber of Seville''.


Not to be confused with WoodyWoodpecker's equally famous [[WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville take on the song.]]

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Not to be confused Compare with WoodyWoodpecker's equally famous [[WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville take on the song.]]


The plot features WesternAnimation/BugsBunny being chased by WesternAnimation/ElmerFudd into the stage door of the Hollywood Bowl, whereupon Bugs tricks Elmer into going onstage, and participating in a break-neck operatic production of their chase punctuated with gags, all to the tune of Rossini's overture to TheBarberOfSeville.

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The plot features WesternAnimation/BugsBunny being chased by WesternAnimation/ElmerFudd into the stage door of the Hollywood Bowl, whereupon Bugs tricks Elmer into going onstage, and participating in a break-neck operatic production of their chase punctuated with gags, all to the tune of Rossini's overture to TheBarberOfSeville.
''TheBarberOfSeville''.


->''"How do! Welcome to my shop / Let me cut your mop / Let me shave your crop!''\\
''Dain-tily! Dain-tily!''\\
Hey, you! ''Don't look so perplexed / Why must you be vexed / Can't you see you're next?''\\
''Yes, you're next.'' You're so next!"''

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->''"How do! Welcome to my shop / Let me cut your mop / Let me shave your crop!''\\
''Dain-tily! Dain-tily!''\\
crop!\\
Dain-tily! Dain-tily!\\
Hey, you! ''Don't Don't look so perplexed / Why must you be vexed / Can't you see you're next?''\\
''Yes,
next?\\
Yes,
you're next.'' next! You're so next!"''


'''Rabbit of Seville''' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1950]] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short subject.

The plot features WesternAnimation/BugsBunny being chased by Elmer Fudd into the stage door of the Hollywood Bowl, whereupon Bugs tricks Elmer into going onstage, and participating in a break-neck operatic production of their chase punctuated with gags, all to the tune of Rossini's overture to TheBarberOfSeville.

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'''Rabbit ''Rabbit of Seville''' Seville'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1950]] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short subject.

directed by Creator/ChuckJones.

The plot features WesternAnimation/BugsBunny being chased by Elmer Fudd WesternAnimation/ElmerFudd into the stage door of the Hollywood Bowl, whereupon Bugs tricks Elmer into going onstage, and participating in a break-neck operatic production of their chase punctuated with gags, all to the tune of Rossini's overture to TheBarberOfSeville.


'''Rabbit of Seville''' is a [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1950]] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short subject.

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'''Rabbit of Seville''' is a [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1950]] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short subject.


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* DangerouslyCloseShave: Bugs gives Elmer one.
--> There, you're nice and clean! Although your face looks like it might have gone through a machine..."
* EscalatingWar: During the climax, Bugs and Elmer start chasing each other back and forth across the stage with ever-larger weapons, starting with a hatchet and ending with a cannon that wouldn't look out of place on a modern battleship.

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* DangerouslyCloseShave: Bugs gives Elmer one.
--> There,
one:
-->There,
you're nice and clean! Although your face looks like it might have gone through a machine..."
* EscalatingWar: During the climax, Bugs and Elmer start chasing each other back and forth across the stage with ever-larger ever larger weapons, starting with a hatchet hatchet, and ending with a cannon that wouldn't look out of place on a modern battleship.





--> There, you're nice and clean! Although it looks as though your face has just gone through a machine..."

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--> There, you're nice and clean! Although it looks as though your face has just looks like it might have gone through a machine..."

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