Hare-breadth Hurry is a 1963 Looney Tunes cartoon, starring Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote, and directed by Chuck Jones. This is the final pairing between Bugs and Wile E. This story is different from the previous pairings of Bugs and Wile E- Operation: Rabbit, To Hare is Human, Rabbit's Feat, and Compressed Hare. In this episode, Wile E. speaks in pantomime, as he does in the Road Runner shorts.
- Directed by Chuck Jones
- Written by John Dunn
- Voices by Mel Blanc
- Music by William Lava
- Sound Effects by Treg Brown
- Animation by Tom Ray, Ken Harris, Richard Thompson, and Bob Bransford
- Effects Animation by Harry Love
- Backgrounds by William Butler
The Coyote chases a beeping cloud of dust along a desert highway, but it's not the Road Runner, it's Bugs Bunny, who explains that he's standing in for the Road Runner because he "sprained a giblet." Bugs really can't run this fast and he takes ACME Super Speed Vitamins. As long as he doesn't run out of pills, he'll be all right.