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Bugs Bunny's Halloween Hijinks [VHS]

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Product Details

  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • VHS Release Date: August 20, 2002
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004TJO8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,509 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

Master of scare-imonies Bugs Bunny summons up a cauldron-full of Looney Tunes co-stars for this hare-raising video treat, including not one but TWO toon-packed Halloween specials!

The haunting hilarity begins with BUGS BUNNY'S CREATURE FEATURE, as unearthly carrot-pods turn Bugs' adversaries into (yikes!) nice guys, and Daffy Duck takes turns spook-busting and crooning at a truly monstrous nightclub. The gleeful ghoulery continues as BUGS BUNNY'S HOWL-OWEEN SPECIAL finds Bugs and company tangling with the wacky magic of Witch Hazel -- and our Looney Tunes heroes are zapped into a mixed-up menagerie of odd-ball monsters! So get into the spirit as our Halloween hare with scares to spare presents BUGS BUNNY'S HALLOWEEN HIJINKS!

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Hanson on October 9, 2001
I have long looked for a compilation of Loony Tune halloween cartoons. I recall from my childhood wonderful run-ins between Bugs Bunny and witches, abonable snowmen, and vampire-like creatures. Who can forget the episode when Daffy Duck was caught in a Mad Scientist's lab and was being chased a Dr. Jekyle/Mr. Hyde type. The ones I recall being my favorite were the ones with Porky Pig that had spooky themes. Where am I going with this? Just to say these wonderful episodes are NOT on this video. They simply take excerpts from some of those cartoon, link them together with some newer, poorer animation, and give you a very unsatisfactory sampling of what is out there. Someone please call Warner Brothers and plead with them to put out a good set of their spooky Loony Tune cartoons and to file this one away in file 13! I strongly recomend NOT buying this one.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Steven Bailey on June 16, 2002
In the animated-cartoon desert that was the 1970's, nearly the only way any "new" Bugs Bunny cartoons came about was when they were recycled via half-hour TV specials that strung together "classic" animation with inane storylines. Unfortunately, one of those specials occupies the second half of the Halloween-themed videocassette, Bugs Bunny's Halloween Hijinks.
Happily, the first half of the tape makes its purchase worthwhile. It compiles three late-1980's Looney Tunes cartoons that began the LT revival that has continued sporadically with theatrical short subjects (such as 1995's Carrotblanca) and the major feature Space Jam. These three cartoons were written and directed by Greg Ford and Terry Lennon, two animation buffs who exhaustively researched the Warner Bros. cartoon legacy in the '70s and then found themselves in the happy circumstances of being able to create some Looney Tunes of their own.
All three cartoons have horror-movie-spoof themes. The lead cartoon, Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers (1990), not only plays off Invasion of the Body Snatchers but rethinks Bugs' usual battles (with Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam, and Daffy Duck) as a daily 9-to-5 grind to which he has to attend. In itself, that rethinking of the decades-long Bugs canon scores some points for its makers. The cartoon also cleverly uses the limited-animation concept (probably inspired by Warner Bros.' often notoriously low budgets for these 'toons) as part of the plot, as Elmer & Co. become, as Bugs puts it, "badly drawn" zombies.
The second cartoon, The Duxorcist (1987), was the one that made the news as the first new Looney Tunes short in 20 years.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By "mrswoogie" on June 7, 2002
I want to echo the other reviewers' comments on the absolutely awful new animation on this video, as well as add that the original creators of Bugs Bunny must be rolling over in their graves over the way new (HORRIBLE!) footage was spliced into our old favorites. The video box showed the Jekyll/Hyde and Bugs and Vampire (Hocus-cadabra!) cartoons, and this is what I thought I'd get. Wrong!! Not only did they chop up the old ones and add crummy new animation (Bugs Bunny looks like a saber-toothed rabbit in most of them), they changed the great vampire voice to the witch's, in order to connect it with a weak storyline.
In short, don't waste your time or money - even as a rental!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Hanson on October 4, 2001
I have long looked for a collection of Loony Tunes that have a Halloween theme. I purchased this thinking I had finally found one. It was not the case. Rather than putting entire cartoons on the program, they have taken clips from old cartoons and strung them together to make only semi-coherent stories. I really wish Warner Brothers would put out a collection of classic spooky cartoon with the entire cartoons intact! This one is a big dissapointment.
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