- “Put it there!”
Max Hare is one of the titular characters of The Tortoise and the Hare, and he also appears in Toby Tortoise Returns. Although he didn't appear in Mickey Mouse Works, his name was mentioned on a punch card in "Donald's Rocket Ruckus".
An athlete and a bragger, he first pretends to sleep, showing off about how the tortoise is slow and he is fast. He runs until he finds a school of girls. When he starts to notice them, they begin to swoon over him. Max Hare shows them archery tricks and shows how fast he is by playing tennis by himself, running back and forth and hitting the ball. The Bunny Girls clap, cheer and swoon for him some more, but Max gets back to the race, and loses. The hare ends up learning that the quick path isn't always the easy way.
The Hare later returns for a boxing match, alongside his rival, Toby. After Max Hare dodges Toby's punches he turns to the bunny girls, who begin to giggle. When Toby tries to sneak up on Max, they warn him, but he already knows and punches Toby.
- Max Hare is believed to be one of the inspirations for Warner Bros.' popular cartoon star Bugs Bunny, who first appeared in 1940. In fact, Bugs' early design in 1940 bears a closer resemblance to Max Hare.