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After seeing this cartoon on 1001 Rabbit Tales, my overall impression was that I really liked it. Apes of Wrath isn't the best Looney Tunes cartoon admittedly, but it was enjoyable enough. The animation on the whole is decent, the backgrounds and colours are handsome, however the character animation especially on the apes is rather blocky occasionally. A bigger fault though is that the story is somewhat predictable, it has been done many times and I agree it has been done better, and for me there wasn't really anything story wise that caught me by surprise. That said the music is energetic, the dialogue is witty and the sight gags are well delivered. Bugs is the star of the show, while the apes are good and the drunken stork while limited in presence faring better. And Mel Blanc is wonderful as always. Overall, very good but not exceptional. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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