Fresh Hare is a Bugs Bunny cartoon released in 1942. It details Mountie Elmer Fudd's efforts to capture fugitive Bugs Bunny in the wintery Canadian wilderness.
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I've enjoyed this cartoon for many years as a kid. My grandparents had a public domain videotape with this cartoon, "The Wabbit Who Came to Supper", and "Case of the Missing Hare" on it. It was years until I realized that Elmer Fudd was a Mountie and not a forest ranger. Also, I had no idea what the ending was about either until much later.
Of course, I could delve into the blackface-in-history debate, but all I'm saying is that the ending should be preserved to show what attitudes toward African-Americans were at the time. Of course, it's a great honor to have a Bugs Bunny cartoon take place here in Canada (you probably noticed I spelled it as "honor" and not "honour", the Commonwealth spelling. It's just a personal preference of mine to spell those words without the "u").
The video I first saw this cartoon on didn't edit out the ending, so I haven't seen this cartoon hacked up.
Feel free to share your opinions and memories of this cartoon in the comments.