"High Fuddelity": A trip to the beach goes awry when it starts raining. Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck look for shelter in a nearby dilapidated mansion, only to find that Witch Hazel is putting [[w:c:looneyt
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Appearing in "High Fuddelity"
- Mexico (Flashback and main story)
- Temple of Saranarapa (Flashback and main story)
- United States of America
Synopsis for "High Fuddelity"
A trip to the beach goes awry when it starts raining. Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck look for shelter in a nearby dilapidated mansion, only to find that Witch Hazel is putting Elmer Fudd under a spell. It turns out Fudd is a millionaire and owns the property: his ancestor Amerigo Fudd came to the New World centuries ago and was given four mystical busts of himself by the Plaztec Indians but he immediately traded them away. Hazel is going to find them to amass their magical powers.
When Bugs and Daffy get into a petty squabble, she overhears them bickering and attacks. They stun her with a flashbulb and run away with Fudd to a nearby yacht. The trio sail off to Mexico to find the treasure before Witch Hazel. She follows closely behind and dumps her minion Taz to hunt for the first magic statue.
Locals guide them to the Temple of Saranarapa but when the arrive, Taz is waiting. Daffy tries to beat him to submission and fails miserably but Bugs puts on cartoons to distract him and they walk away toward the top of the ziggurat where the statue sits alongside Don Saranarapa, the shaman of the temple.
- Bugs' line "Is this place gonna be a case for 'Quackbusters'?" is a reference to the compilation film Daffy Duck's Quackbusters, which came out two years earlier.
- Daffy sings lyrics to the theme song from The Addams Family and makes a joke about television detective Kojak.
- Bugs claims to hear the "William Tell Overture" when Daffy's Lone Endangerer appears.
- No trivia.