Monday, June 28, 2010

Bunny and Claude


Here are the two BUNNY AND CLAUDE cartoons directed by Robert McKimson in the waning days of Warner Brothers theatrical animation. Inspired by the then-recent big screen blockbuster BONNIE & CLYDE, an odd choice at best, they resemble more Depatie-Freleng cartoons than a classic Looney Tunes or Merry Melodies which, in fact, they were not really, in spite of the opening logos (different for each) and the voice of Mel Blanc. Blanc would be replaced by Larry Storch for the remaining cartoons from Warners before they got out of the business of theatrical cartoons all together for some years.

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