1949, regia di Chuck Jones (come Charles M. Jones)
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Warner Bros. - Distribuzione: Warner Bros. - Soggetto: Michael Maltese - Animazione: Ken Harris, Phil Monroe, Ben Washam, Lloyd Vaughan - Montaggio: Treg Brown - Layout: Robert Gribbroek - Backgrounds: Peter Alvarado - Musiche: Carl W. Stalling - Formato: Technicolor, animazione - Durata: 8'.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - dvdtalk.com - davemackey.com - amazon.comen.wikipedia.org: «...The film starts out with a lengthy sequence animated by Phil Monroe where Bugs tries to silence an alarmed carrot patch. Monroe did the scenes up to where the Sheriff is lying on the ground with little kings spinning around his head. Ken Harris handles the next short bit where Bugs is standing examining a wall and musing how he might get out. He is interrupted by the Sheriff who chases him. Ben Washam animates the entire section where Bugs and the Sheriff are in the Royal Rose garden and Bugs turns the whole situation around and acts like a real estate agent. Washam's scenes continue to the point where Bugs is climbing the same brick wall that we saw him musing over before. The sheriff, who we see in the distance brandishing a bow and arrow, shoots Bugs down by grazing him. Bugs falls into Little John's arms (he was introduced ignominiously in the first part of the film) in a Ken Harris scene. Phil Monroe animated the introduction sequence between Little John and the Sheriff. ...».
Nota: il cartoon è inserito nella raccolta Bugs Bunny's Hare-Raising Tales, una selezione dei classici della Warner Bros.