Beanstalk Bunny

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Beanstalk Bunny is a 1954 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon. This theatrical cartoon was directed by Chuck Jones, and starred Mel Blanc as the voices of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd,

Plot

The story begins with setup by Daffy Duck, playing Jack's role:

"Now there goes a salesman - he trades me out of a perfectly good, grade A homogenized Holstein cow, and for what? Three stupid beans. Jack, you're a jerk."

Subsequently he tosses out the beans and they land right into Bugs Bunny’s rabbit hole. A beanstalk erupts shortly after, and Daffy decides to climb it. During his climb, he meets Bugs who is in bed, and kicks him away, not wanting him to interfere. "I don't remember any rabbit in Jack and the Beanstalk," Bugs comments, "but there's gonna be one in this one!".

Meanwhile, Daffy reaches the top of beanstalk, excited about stealing the fortune that the giant's castle holds, until he meets the giant himself, who turns out to be Elmer Fudd. Daffy's excitement turns into fear and he runs from the giant just as Bugs reaches the top. As Elmer closes in on the duo, Bugs tells the giant to get Daffy instead, because Daffy is playing as Jack. Daffy frantically tries to pass this off as a lie, and that Bugs is Jack. Elmer decides to capture both of them and takes them to his castle, where he traps Bugs and Daffy under a glass cake cover. However, they manage to escape because Bugs has a glass cutter with him. Elmer then continues to chase the two around his castle as they are trying to escape. The chase continues until Bugs manages to trip Elmer, knocking him unconscious. Bugs wants to go home; however, the greedy Daffy decides to stay so that he can steal from the giant. As Bugs is running towards the beanstalk, he comes across Elmer's carrot garden ready to be eaten. As a very full Bugs is resting under a half eaten, giant carrot, he wonders what became of Daffy, who is shown inside the giant Elmer's pocket watch, acting like the minute and hour handsthumb|300px|right

Elmer Fudd Cartoons
1940 Elmer's Candid CameraConfederate HoneyThe Hardship of Miles StandishA Wild HareGood Night Elmer
1941 Elmer's Pet RabbitWabbit Twouble
1942 The Wabbit Who Came to SupperAny Bonds Today?The Wacky WabbitNutty NewsFresh HareThe Hare-Brained Hypnotist
1943 To Duck or Not to DuckA Corny ConcertoAn Itch in Time
1944 The Old Grey HareThe Stupid CupidStage Door Cartoon
1945 The Unruly HareHare Tonic
1946 Hare RemoverThe Big Snooze
1947 Easter YeggsA Pest in the HouseSlick Hare
1948 What Makes Daffy Duck?Back Alley Op-RoarKit For Cat
1949 Wise QuackersHare DoEach Dawn I Crow
1950 What's Up Doc?Rabbit of Seville
1951 Rabbit Fire
1952 Rabbit Seasoning
1953 Up-Swept HareAnt PastedDuck! Rabbit! Duck!Robot Rabbit
1954 Design for LeavingQuack Shot
1955 Pests for GuestsBeanstalk BunnyHare BrushRabbit RampageThis Is A Life?Heir-Conditioned
1956 Bugs' BonnetsA Star is BoredYankee Dood ItWideo Wabbit
1957 What's Opera, Doc?Rabbit Romeo
1958 Don't Axe MePre-Hysterical Hare
1959 A Mutt in a Rut
1960 Person To BunnyDog Gone People
1961 What's My Lion?
1962 Crow's Feat
1990 Box Office Bunny
1991 Blooper Bunny
1992 Invasion Of The Bunny Snatchers
2012 Daffy's Rhapsody