Gossamer

Gossamer

Gossamer est un monstre de cartoon créé par Chuck Jones en 1946 pour un film de Warner Bros Hair-Raising Hare, mettant en scène le lapin Bugs Bunny.

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Gossamer est un monstre rouge très velu. Son visage se compose de deux yeux ovales et d'une bouche large. Il possède des doigts sales et griffus et il porte des baskets.

Première apparition

Le mangeur de carottes Bugs Bunny est piégé par un scientifique fou qui veut employer le lapin pour ses expériences. Gossamer (ici appelé « Rudolph ») sert d'assistant du scientifique, essayant désespérément de capturer le lapin.

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