Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Factual error: When Brendan Fraser comes out of the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower is right in front of it. The Louvre and the Eiffel Tower are miles away from each other.

Visible crew/equipment: When the ACME Chairman explains his scheme to DJ and Kate, a green screen with two figures in front of it is reflected in the ACME Chairman's glasses. (01:11:05)

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.

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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.

Trivia: In Damien Drake's (played by Timothy Dalton) spy car, Bugs is served a martini with a carrot in it. The car says, "Shaken, not stirred." This is how British spy James Bond prefers his martinis, a character Timothy Dalton played in Licence to Kill and The Living Daylights.

Trivia: The monkey that Brendan and Steve get turned into is the same monkey from Bruce Almighty and Ace Ventura.

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DJ Drake: Have you seen those "Mummy" movies? I'm in them more than Brendan Fraser is!

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.

DJ Drake: I'm getting real tired of throwing you out of the car.
Daffy Duck: That's my plan in a nutshell.

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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?

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

Question: What is the meaning of the sign that Bugs pulls out after he's been told about Area 52 (the sign with the ball and the screw)?

Chosen answer: It is the cartoon indication of implying someone is a screwball; i.e., a nutcase, or in some other way crazy or out of their mind.

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