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Yosemite Sam (Picture 2)
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The Bugs Bunny entry Super-Rabbit (1943) features the cowboy character "Cottontail Smith", who sounds a lot like Sam. Stage Door Cartoon (1944), another Bugs Bunny offering, features a southern sheriff character that sounds very much like Sam, except for a more defined southern stereotype to his voice. In a Daffy Duck cartoon called Along Came Daffy (1947), Daffy has to contend with two characters who look and sound very much like Sam, one with Sam's red hair and one with black hair. Finally, Pancho's Hideaway (1964) features a Mexican villain who is designed much like Sam but has a different accent. In addition, in the 1949, Chuck Jones-directed cartoon Mississippi Hare, Bugs Bunny battles with an old, pistol-toting gambler called Colonel Shuffle, one whose role could have easily been portrayed by Sam. Yosemite Sam is a Warner Brothers cartoon character who is often featured in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of animated cartoons. Because of his irritable demeanor and nefarious exploits, Yosemite Sam typically plays the role of villain in cartoon shorts opposite Bugs Bunny. Yosemite Sam has taken on many different occupations in his cartoons but is most often featured as a gun-slinging cowboy or prospector from the Gold Rush era of the American West. Yosemite Sam (Picture 2). Yosemite Sam cartoon images gallery 2. Yosemite Sam cartoon pictures collection 2. Yosemite Sam’s appearance is short, with dark red hair, a long mustache (which bears a resemblance to the mustache of his creator, Friz Freleng) and bushy eyebrows. He often wears an over-sized cowboy hat, cowboy boots and two six-shooter pistols. Yosemite Sam has also donned several location-specific and period-specific costumes, including a Roman soldier’s uniform (in “Roman Legion Hare”), an 18th century ship captain’s hat (in “Captain Hareblower”) and a Medieval knight’s suit of armor (in“Knighty Knight Bugs”). Yosemite Sam speaks in a gruff voice, performed by Mel Blanc, and uses Old West vernacular phrases. Yosemite Sam debuted in the 1945 cartoon “Hare Trigger,” a Warner Brothers cartoon which featured Yosemite Sam playing a would-be train robber, one of his recurring roles. In the “Hare Trigger,” Bugs Bunny plays a passenger on the train that Yosemite Sam is attempting to rob. Bugs Bunny thwarts Yosemite Sam while the two cartoon characters spoof spaghetti western film scenes. For instance, the end of the episode features the Bugs bunny tied to a set of railroad tracks as the train speeds towards him. In the 1996 film Space Jam, Yosemite Sam was not portrayed as a villain. Instead, Yosemite Sam helped Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Marvin Martian and the the other Loooney Tunes cartoon characters in their conflict with the Monstars. In one of the film’s scenes, Yosemite Sam and Elmer Fudd dress in black suits and sunglasses in a parody of the movie Pulp Fiction. Yosemite Sam (Picture 2). Yosemite Sam cartoon images gallery 2. Yosemite Sam cartoon pictures collection 2.
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