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-->'''Jacques''': ''This'' is being '' saved''?

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-->'''Jacques''': ''This'' is being '' saved''?saved?''


-->'''Jacques''': ''This'' is being saved?

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-->'''Jacques''': ''This'' is being saved?'' saved''?

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* VillainHasAPoint: Bugs paddling a log into the rock dam to “save” Jacques, only to cause the dam’s destruction, prompts this response from Jacques.
-->'''Jacques''': ''This'' is being saved?


* BrickJoke: A fairly subtle one, but Jacques’ eventual arrest by the police via launching himself into their paddywagon was signalled earlier by Bugs’ questioning Jacques’ supposed (legal) right to dam the river. Ironically, ABC would cut the earlier scene (due to Jacques pointing a gun in Bugs’ face as his answer), making the ending an OrphanedPunchline of sorts instead.

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* BrickJoke: A fairly subtle one, but Jacques’ eventual arrest by the police via launching himself into their paddywagon was signalled earlier by Bugs’ Bugs questioning Jacques’ supposed (legal) right to dam the river. Ironically, ABC would cut the earlier scene (due to Jacques pointing a gun in Bugs’ face as his answer), making the ending an OrphanedPunchline of sorts instead.

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* BrickJoke: A fairly subtle one, but Jacques’ eventual arrest by the police via launching himself into their paddywagon was signalled earlier by Bugs’ questioning Jacques’ supposed (legal) right to dam the river. Ironically, ABC would cut the earlier scene (due to Jacques pointing a gun in Bugs’ face as his answer), making the ending an OrphanedPunchline of sorts instead.


* ThreateningShark: When Jacques sees a shark fin in the water, he assumes it's one of Bugs' tricks and dives in to deal with him personally...only to see it really *was* a shark. Cue mad panic.

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* ThreateningShark: When Jacques sees a shark fin in the water, he assumes it's one of Bugs' tricks and dives in to deal with him personally...only to see it really *was* ''was'' a shark. Cue mad panic.





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* GenreSavvy: Jacques displays a cunning awareness of the kind of tricks a character like Bugs would employ that most Looney Tunes antagonists don't. Sadly for him, it still doesn't help.


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* ThreateningShark: When Jacques sees a shark fin in the water, he assumes it's one of Bugs' tricks and dives in to deal with him personally...only to see it really *was* a shark. Cue mad panic.


* MauriceChevalierAccent: Jacques talks in a grossly exaggarated French accent.

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* MauriceChevalierAccent: Jacques talks in a grossly exaggarated French accent.accent, though Blacque Jacque Shellacque is French Canadian, while Maurice Chevalier was from France.


* BriarPatching: Bugs wins his final victory over Jacques by begging him not to destroy a series of dams, which Jacque of course does.

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* BriarPatching: Bugs wins his final victory over Jacques by begging him not to destroy a series of dams, which Jacque Jacques of course does.does. The cannonball launched at the Grand Cooler Dam lands right back in the cannon and sends Jacques reeling into a paddywagon.



* SerialEscalation: The dams keep getting bigger, and Bugs’ schemes to get rid of them keep getting wackier.

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* SerialEscalation: The dams keep getting bigger, and Bugs’ Jacques’ schemes to get rid of them keep getting wackier.



* WaterfallShower

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* WaterfallShowerWaterfallShower: "Though April showers may come your way..."


* ShoutOut: Each time he tries to take a shower Bugs sings “April Showers” in an imitation of Music/AlJolson.

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* ShoutOut: Each time he tries to take a shower Bugs sings “April Showers” in an imitation of Music/AlJolson.Creator/AlJolson.


'''Wet Hare''' is a 1962 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short starring WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and rarely recurring villain Blacque Jacques Shellacque. It was directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson.

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'''Wet Hare''' "Wet Hare" is a 1962 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short starring WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and rarely recurring villain Blacque Jacques Shellacque. It was directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson.


** During the final confrontation, he is so eager to one-up Bugs that he scoffs at this latest dam, thinking it to have been a hastily bunny-built creation ... and not seeing that it is the concrete Grand Cooler Dam (a play on "Grand Coulee"), and fires his cannon into it. However, before he realizes that it is a real dam, the cannonball ricochets off the dam and back into the muzzle of his cannon, the force of which blows him into a waiting police paddywagon, off to federal court to await terrorism charges.

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** During the final confrontation, he Jacque -- having blown up several of Bugs' makeshift rock dams -- is so eager to one-up Bugs his wascally wabbit foe that he scoffs at this latest dam, thinking it to have been a hastily bunny-built creation ... and not seeing that it is the concrete Grand Cooler Dam (a play on "Grand Coulee"), and fires his cannon into it. However, before he realizes that it is is, indeed, a real dam, the cannonball ricochets off the dam and back into the muzzle of his cannon, the force of which blows him into a waiting police paddywagon, off to federal court to await terrorism charges.

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** During the final confrontation, he is so eager to one-up Bugs that he scoffs at this latest dam, thinking it to have been a hastily bunny-built creation ... and not seeing that it is the concrete Grand Cooler Dam (a play on "Grand Coulee"), and fires his cannon into it. However, before he realizes that it is a real dam, the cannonball ricochets off the dam and back into the muzzle of his cannon, the force of which blows him into a waiting police paddywagon, off to federal court to await terrorism charges.

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