"I could be rinsing out a few things"
Hark! What yonder carrot chompeth Bugs? And which witch is which?
"What's up, Zsa Zsa?"
The rapport between Bugs and Hazel is what drives A Witch's Tangled Hare, and it is very well-done here. Bugs is cunning and smart, while Hazel matches him in her craftiness and somewhat absent-mindedness. The dialogue on the whole is a witty spin on Shakespeare, especially with the Romeo and Juliet re-enactment. "I could be rinsing out a few things", "Screwy driver, I had the silly thing in reverse" and "Hello/Goodbye/Good grief/Good riddance" are classics. The gags are just as clever, it was nice to see a familiar gag of Bugs climbing into a boiling cauldron mistaking it for a bath, but it was Bugs and Hazel's laughing contest(and he owns her) that raised the biggest laugh from me. The animation is nicely drawn and beautifully coloured, while the pace is crisp, the music has vibrant energy and Mel Blanc and June Foray's voice talents are superb. All in all, apart from the final pun this is a fun and well-done cartoon. 9/10 Bethany Cox