CotD: Sylvester, Sylvester, Jr. and Hippety Hopper appeared in “Too Hop To Handle“, the only cartoon in which Robert McKimson animated Sylvester.
CotD: In his second of two appearances in “Wet Hare“, Blacque Jacque Shellacque tries to equal Bugs Bunny and falls short.
CotD: Wile E. Coyote breaks his silence for the very first time in “Operation: Rabbit“, and also, for the first time, faces Bugs Bunny.
CotD: If you are ready for the swingin’est jive cartoon, then watch “Three Little Bops” get hep to all that is cool about being hot- cha!
CotD: Often overshadowed by the other directors, McKimson made some great cartoons. “Gorilla My Dreams” is classic Bugs, and as funny as any Freleng or Jones.
CotD: “Rabbit Of Seville” is on just about everyones top 10 cartoon list. Watch it again today and see why Chuck Jones is considered a cartoon genius!
CotD: I can never pass up an Art Davis cartoon. “Mexican Joyride” was spawned by a quick trip to Tijuana the crew took one weekend.
CotD: One of the funniest war cartoons from any studio, “Daffy-The Commando” features Daffy taking on- and beating!- Hitler.
CotD: In “Bushy Hare” we see the stork delivering Bugs again, this time to Oz.
CotD: Often confused with Disney’s Chip an’ Dale, the stars of WB’s “Gopher Broke” are the gophers with the British accents.
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