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  • Wackiki Wabbit
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  • Wackiki Wabbit is notable for its experimental use of strongly graphic, nearly abstract backgrounds. The title is a double play on words, with "Wackiki" suggesting both the island setting (as in "Waikiki") as well as suggesting "wacky" (crazy) along with the usual Elmer Fudd speech pronunciation of "rabbit", although Elmer does not appear in this picture.
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  • Technicolor
Series
Runtime
  • 420.0
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cartoon name
  • Wackiki Wabbit
Release Date
  • 1943-07-03
Name
  • Wackiki Wabbit
Airdate
  • 1943-07-03
Animators
movie language
  • English
Voice Actor
Title
background artist
  • Gene Fleury
layout artist
  • Bernyce Polifka
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Musician
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Years
  • 1943
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Distributor
  • Warner Bros. Pictures
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  • Wackiki Wabbit is notable for its experimental use of strongly graphic, nearly abstract backgrounds. The title is a double play on words, with "Wackiki" suggesting both the island setting (as in "Waikiki") as well as suggesting "wacky" (crazy) along with the usual Elmer Fudd speech pronunciation of "rabbit", although Elmer does not appear in this picture. This cartoon has fallen to the public domain after United Artists (successor to Associated Artists Productions) failed to renew the copyright on time. The cartoon can be found, restored, on Disc 1 of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3.
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