#CotD: One of WB’s notorious censored eleven, “Uncle Tom’s Bungalow” was based on a classic story by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
#CotD: Art Davis directed only one Bugs Bunny cartoon, “Bowery Bugs” but man was it was a good one.
#CotD: One of WB’s infamous Cenored Eleven, “The Isle Of Pingo Pongo” was the first of many Tex Avery Warner Bros. spot-gag-filled parodies of travelogues.
#CotD: The orange, sneaker-wearing monster first appeared in “Hair-Raising Hare” but he was not yet called Gossamer.
#CotD: A looney take on the classic Robert Louis Stevenson tale, “Hyde And Go Tweet” features Tweety and Sylvester in the title roles.
#CotD: The very popular short “Early To Bet” is the only appearance of the Gambling Bug in a Merrie Melodies short.
#CotD: Sylvester was still called Thomas in “Tweetie Pie” the first WB short to win an Academy Award.
#CotD: Elmer alters the lyrics of “Oh Susanna” to contain the line “V for Victory” in “The Wacky Wabbit” Obviously a wartime short.
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.
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