Forever associated as the shotgun-wielding, consonant dropping nemesis of Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd shows a whole new side in these ten classic cartoon shorts produced between 1940 and 1962. Elmer first emerges as a short-tempered city-dweller looking for a little peace and quiet - that is, if only he could extinguish that candle, silence that rooster, or deal with that alley cat (featuring an early Sylvester). Soon, however, the testy Mr. Fudd finds himself going head to head with an army of ants on a Fourth of July Picnic, a pair of Mexican crows, and even his own hunting dog, Rover, in a contest of wills. Not to be missed in this collection is the 1955 short “Heir-Conditioned,” in which Sylvester the Cat is heir to his mistress’s fortune – that is, if his financial advisor, E. Fudd doesn’t mess things up. And 1961’s “What’s My Lion?” offers up the final speaking role for loveable “wascal” in a Looney Tunes short.
|1||Heir-Conditioned||07:25||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
|2||Ant Pasted||06:59||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
|3||Crow's Feat||06:29||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
|4||Dog Gone People||06:25||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
|5||Each Dawn I Crow||08:01||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
|6||Good Night Elmer||06:34||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
|7||A Mutt in a Rut||06:19||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
|8||Nutty News||06:58||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
|9||What's My Lion?||06:07||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
|10||Back Alley Oproar||07:31||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2|
First of all, you will need to download the Elmer Fudd videos.
You can do so on either iTunes or Amazon Prime
When you are done downloading the Videos, follow the processes below to Add the subtitle file to your Elmer Fudd videos
You can get the .Srt subtitle files for each episode in Elmer Fudd by following the "Get Subtitle" Link beside every Episode above. You will be taken to a page where you can now select the appropriate subtitle file for your downloaded episode.
Alternatively, you can use the "Mirror 2" link if the first does not work for you!
To Add Subtitle files to your VLC Player, follow these steps accordingly:
1. Move the subtitle file into the same folder as your video file.
2. Rename the subtitle file with exactly the same name as your video file, so you have two files like this: Elmer Fudd_Episode_1.avi and Elmer Fudd_Episode_1.srt.
3. Play your video in VLC. You should now see subtitles appear over your movie. If you don’t, double check the .srt file is correctly named, then close and restart VLC before playing again..
1. Download the .srt file from above.
2. Upload your video to YouTube. When configuring your upload, click “Captions”.
3. Click “Add a Caption Track” and browse to select your .srt file.
4. Select the language from the drop-down, and make sure “Caption file” is selected, not “Transcript file”.
5. Upload the .srt file.
. 7. Clicking the “CC” icon in the YouTube player turns the subtitles on.
8. This method also works to watch a Youtube video (not uploaded by you) with subtitles