5 years ago8.5K views
I never really liked how the sound effects were utilized in Warner Bros. Animation's late 1960s shorts (mostly some obscure Treg Brown/WB sound FX and a small portion of the Hanna-Barbera sound effects library, so here I present to you a newly updated version of the 1968 Looney Tunes short, "Bunny and Claude: We Rob Carrot Patches," with enhanced sound FX to make it sound more realistic and modernized, in a similar vein to the studio's "What's New, Scooby-Doo?" 35 years later, but without the cell phones/Internet/GPS references or a Simple Plan theme song, as well as a bit like the recent "The Looney Tunes Show."
It's a good thing Robert McKimson came to the rescue by this point, and had Warner Bros. Animation make more fun cartoons again! (Though this still isn't as good as the classics...)
"Bunny and Claude" © 1968 Warner Bros. Entertainment. I am only uploading this as educational value!