Both shorts have used original recordings of Mel Blanc’s iconic voices recorded back in the 1950s and brought them back to life on the big screen. In this new clip, we also see Billy West, who voices Elmer Fudd, talking about and recording the short along with director Matthew O’Callaghan, who’s directed a spate of recent Looney Tunes shorts, including Coyote Falls, Fur of Flying, and the most recent I Tawt I Taw A Puddy Tat.
I missed Happy Feet Two when it came to cinemas here in the UK, so I’m not sure if we got to see it ahead of the film like they did in the US. And likewise, with Daffy’s Rhapsody being attached to Journey 2: The Mysterious Island across the Atlantic, I’m not sure if the same thing’s happened here in the UK. Journey 2 is in cinemas in the UK already, so let us know if you’ve seen it in the comments below!
And if you’re reading this out in the States, then you can look forward to seeing two of your beloved Looney Tunes characters in 3D before Journey 2, which should be arriving at your local theatre today! Here’s a little teaser to whet your appetites, and you can head over to Yahoo Movies if you’d like to see it in HD. Just listening to the opening music is sure to make you feel nostalgic. Enjoy!