The Grey Hounded Hare
The Grey Hounded Hare is a 1949 Looney Tunes short film made by Warner Bros. Pictures and starring the voice talent of Mel Blanc. It was directed by Robert McKimson, and animated by John Carey, Phil DeLara, Manny Gould and Charles McKimson, with music scored by Carl Stalling. The title refers to the greyhounds of the plot as well as "hounded" meaning pestered or pursued relentlessly.
Bugs Bunny pops out of a hole, wondering what all the 'racket' is. He quickly finds out that he is at a greyhound track. Bugs decides to check out the dogs, commenting positively on dog #7, a large grey greyhound named Gnawbone, whom Bugs inadvertently angers.
|keywords||bugs bunny dog pound electric shock greyhound spike jones white flag william tell overture|
|productionCompany||Warner Bros. Cartoons|
|publisher||The Vitaphone Corporation Warner Bros. Pictures|