Wile E. then tries a vacuum cleaner to suck up the rabbit, getting a dynamite decoy instead; a cannon shot, which Bugs re-directs at the Coyote, and "Quick-Drying Cement" (Bugs causes the Coyote to fall inside the pan).
The final attempt is a 10 billion-volt electric magnet, which Wile E. Coyote turns on after leaving a metal carrot in Bugs' hole (hoping the bunny can eat the carrot and then be pulled by the magnet to his waiting predator). Bugs tricks him and sends the carrot right back at Wile E. However, the Coyote doesn't expect the magnet to attract everything else with metal properties — Bugs' mailbox, barbed wire, knives, street lamps, buses, ocean liners, the Eiffel Tower, satellites and finally, a Mercury rocket trying to blast off into space — his way. The rocket explodes, blowing Wile E's cave into oblivion. ("One thing is for sure," Bugs notes, "we're the foist country to put a coyote into orbit.")
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