Sunday, July 11, 2010
This is a clip of the classic cartoon Looney Tunes with Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny. The clip starts off with a typical hunting scene. This includes Elmer Fudd using hunting dogs to find a rabbit, dogs that can't talk though the rabbit can. When Fudd gets notice that he will receive 3 million dollars if he doesn't hurt animals he stops hunting. This shows how important receiving that money is to him since he already had Bugs Bunny cornered. The clip goes on with Bugs taking advantage of Fudd and in the end Fudd doesn't receive any money at all and goes back to hunting Bugs. I find it interesting that Fudd has no true emotion toward the killing of animals for his benefit, all he cares about is money and profit. This expresses the lack of morality behind the hunt.