Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Corrected entry: When the opening rabbit/duck season scenario is over, Daffy goes on to say, 'Page 6, Daffy gets blasted, page 7, Daffy gets blasted' etc. Each time he goes onto the next page, he is flipping four pages at a time, while only going up one each time. (00:01:05)


Correction: It's a joke. Daffy knows that "Daffy gets blasted" is on every page. He's not paying attention to the page numbers. He's making his point that the whole script is him getting shot.

Brad Premium member

Corrected entry: In the beginning of the film, Daffy is hammering rabbit over every duck sign. Elmer then says to Bugs Bunny that it is rabbit season. When it cuts back to Bugs and Daffy, Daffy is no longer holding the hammer and nails.


Correction: This is a classic cartoon gag where a character will hold one item one second and nothing the next. It is the same as them pulling items from a pocket that will not actually fit in a pocket. Not a mistake.


Corrected entry: After Wile E Coyote fires the missile and it comes back and strikes him, the shot changes to the gang out in the open desert. Then there is the live-action explosion from the missile in the distance. The explosion was from an animated missile and should not have resulted in a live-action explosion.

Correction: Since when is switching between live action and animation a mistake?


Correction: If it's "clear", then it's not trivia.

Corrected entry: Keep watching after the credits, there is a small extra scene.

Correction: While this scene is present, it's NOT an easter egg. An easter egg is something on a DVD that's not mentioned on the cover and needs to be searched for. This doesn't qualify, more like Trivia.

Correction: An entry telling who does the voice of who is not really trivia.

Corrected entry: When Brendan Fraser is on the top of the building he does not look sideways yet on the ground he says "how's it hangin' batman?" (00:06:25)

Correction: When he landed on the airbag he had time to look up, see Batman and say his line.

Corrected entry: The only Loony Tunes character who does not appear in the film is the black and white cat that Pepé Le Peu chases in all his cartoons. In the 'Pepé Le Peu Warner Brothers' Studio Store Collectibles' we learn that her name is Penelope

Correction: Simply incorrect. There are more Looney Tunes characters than could fit in a dozen movies.

Corrected entry: The painting "Scream" hangs in The National Museum in Oslo, Norway. Not a few meters from "Mona Lisa" in The Louvre.

Correction: The Scream has moved around over the years. It was in London in 1996, in Paris in 1999, so unlike the Mona Lisa it doesn't stay in one place, it is often loaned. For example, The Sunflowers is currently in the National Gallery in London, but 6 years ago it was in Paris as well. Finally, the artist Munch actually did 4 copies of the painting, so it could be any one of 4 at The Louvre.

David Mercier

Continuity mistake: When Yosemite Sam is chasing everyone through Las Vegas he drives the race car through a souvenir stand. This puts a large dent in the front hood of the car. This dent disappears when the car is shown next.

Greg Weisgerber

More mistakes in Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Daffy Duck: What a fantastic view!
Bugs Bunny: Unless you're in the audience, in which case, you've been staring at an elephant's behind for thirty seconds.

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Trivia: In the casino, while D.J. is fighting with Yosemite Sam's goons, Daffy tells him to "bite his ear." This is a reference to boxer Mike Tyson, who bit off a portion of Evander Holyfield's ear during a match.

More trivia for Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Question: When monster-things start to attack Bugs and co. in area 52, Bugs put a packet of microwave popcorn into one of them, causing popcorn to shoot up into his face. Who is the monster and where's he from?

Answer: It's the alien from "The Man from Planet X".

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