#CotD: The first of three cartoons in which Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck debate whether it is rabbit season or duck season was “Rabbit Fire” by Chuck Jones.
#CotD: The first cartoon to pit Bugs Bunny against Yosemite Sam as a pirate was “Buccaneer Bunny“.
#CotD: Elmer alters the lyrics of “Oh Susanna” to contain the line “V for Victory” in “The Wacky Wabbit” Obviously a wartime short.
CotD: Why does Yosemite Sam say “You notice I didn’t say Richard” so prominently in “High Diving Hare” ? Read our Production Notes to find out!
CotD: Despite the strong racial overtones of the film, “Bugs Bunny Nips The Nips” has been released to home video, and was not even included in WB’s “Censored Eleven” cartoons.
CotD: Due (once again!) to a drunk stork, Bugs ends up with the “Apes Of Wrath” as their somewhat dim child.
CotD: Robert McKimson’s most beloved character- Taz- takes on Bugs down under in “Bedevilled Rabbit” and guess who wins? Watch it now and see!
CotD: An apparent parody of the Fleischer/Famous Studios “Superman” cartoons, “Super-Rabbit is also reminiscent of Super Mouse (later to become Mighty Mouse
CotD: Marvin the Martian takes on Bugs Bunny in “Hare-Way To The Stars, and the universe will never be quite the same again.
CotD: Taz’s final appearance in a classic Warner Bros. cartoon short was in 1964’s “Dr. Devil And Mr. Hare.
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