View Full Version : In 1967,Warner Bros.did a cartoon takeoff of-
09-22-2011, 04:00 PM
The movie "Bonnie and Clyde",called "The Great Carrot Robbery",with a pair of animated rabbit carrot patch robbers named Bunny and Claude(the late,great Mel Blanc was the voice of Claude,AND the Sherriff).It wasn't too bad,and it's too bad they never did a sequel to the cartoon.Anyone remember this not-so well-known cartoon?
09-22-2011, 04:36 PM
In 1995 they made Carrotblanca which was an homage to the movie Casablanca!
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09-28-2011, 02:05 PM
..."Bunny and Claude" was released in late 1968, shortly after Bob McKimson briefly returned to the studio. He intended to direct a series of them- but after "The Great Carrot Train Robbery" in early 1969, Warner Bros. decided to shut down their animated unit for good (they saw no profit in the dwindling market of theatrical cartoons at that time, and weren't even thinking about television production!).
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