Rabbit of Seville

Continuity mistake: After Bugs has performed his shaving act on Elmer, Elmer picks up his gun and hat and there are cut marks on his face. But when Bugs appears as a temptress, the cut marks have disappeared.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer is chasing Bugs, he initially has a single-barrel shotgun. Later on in the cartoon it changes to a double-barrel shotgun, and when he is pursuing Bugs on barbers' chairs, it goes back to a single-barrel one.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd is hit by the sandbag during the raising chairs sequence, he drops back down to the barber's shop and his gun falls next to his chair. But when Bugs Bunny picks up Elmer and takes him to the revolving door, the gun has disappeared.

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Trivia: Bugs' line of "Eh, next!" at the very end of the cartoon is the only spoken line of dialogue. The rest of both his and Elmer Fudd's lines are all sung.

Trivia: At the beginning of the cartoon, we see a poster for the "Barber of Seville". On the poster, there are three names featured: Eduardo Selzeri, Michele Maltese and Carlo Jonzi. These are Italianised names of Eddie Selzer (producer), Michael Maltese (writer) and Chuck Jones (director).

Trivia: When we see Bugs massaging Elmer's head in time to the piano melody, his hands are drawn with five digits instead of the usual four, to match the hand of a piano player.

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