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This cartoon is the first time Blanc voices Beaky due to Kent Rogers' death in 1944, and the final appearance of Leo the Lion from Looney Tunes cartoons
DVD - Looney Tunes Super Stars' Pepe Le Pew: Zee Best of Zee Best VHS - Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island Are the places it was released on home video
The cartoon makes many references to various plays by William Shakespeare (Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and As You Like It).
At one time was planned to be the only taz cartoon
contains a plot similar to Hitchcock's movie Blackmail.
5th short with ralph wolf and sam sheepdog
Music from the short is used as part the soundtrack in Daffy Duck's quackbusters
Originally titled Bugs Bunny and the gremlin
Most of the score from this cartoon was released on 'The Carl Stalling Project' in 1990. ◾A full score can be seen and heard on Disc 2 of Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 2
Uses the same plotline as Southern Fried Rabbit
This is the second Pepe short not directed by chuck jones
The mckimson cat had just appeared in a year earlier titled Swallow the Leader
The Customer is voiced by Julie Bennett
This is the last Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies cartoon where Mel Blanc voices one of his characters
2nd tweety short to win an oscar
The two castaways were voiced by mike maltese and ted pierce
Some sources describe this as Warner Bros.' version of Robert A. Heinlein's 'Stranger in a Strange Land'.
the pianist and narrator is dubbed by mel blanc
To help create the dance sequence between the characters, actual ballet dancers were studied to depict realistic movements.
the first pairing of Porky and Daffy produced in Technicolor
Cartoon starring henery hawk that is named after another character in this short
Although angels and devils are common sights, this is one of the few, if not only, times God has made an appearance (albeit off-screen) in a Warner Bros. cartoon.
would be remade as two Pink Panther short films: Bully for Pink and Toro Pink.
it is the only short in which pepe does not speak
This cartoon is also notable as the first appearance of Raymond Scott's song 'Powerhouse'.
Rooster's Millions, the book being read is a reference to Brewster's Millions, published in 1902.
The question of whether or not any of the girls in the audience have to put up with what was going on in a scene was previously used in The Big Snooze.
The first Sylvester cartoon animated by Ted Bonnicksen
The second (of two) appearances of Blacque Jacque Shellacque.
References the honeymooners and Freddy the freshman
It's also probably worth mentioning that the Oscar for this short was a major plot-point in an episode of Tiny Toon Adventures, titled, 'Who Bopped Bugs Bunny?'
The title is a play on the phrase lighter than air
It premiered with the Warner Bros. 3-D feature The Moonlighter and the 3-D Lippert short, Bandit Island.
Almost all of the footage was originally made as part of a television pilot named Adventures of the Road-Runner
When this cartoon was used in The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie, a new ending was used
This cartoon also appeared in the films Cats & Dogs and Conspiracy Theory.
was nominated for the 1945 Academy Award for Best Short Subject (Cartoons) (the only Porky Pig cartoon to do so), which it lost to the Tom and Jerry cartoon Mouse Trouble
Stan freberg does all the voices
It is the last Speedy Gonzales cartoon to be reissued
According to historian Greg Ford, the original ending involved Daffy saying 'If you haven't tried it, don't knock it.'
Mama bear and Henry hawk make cameos
Warner Bros. would release exactly 500 cartoons after this
Disney Channel aired 1001 rabbit tales in the 90's with this deleted scene intact
Sylvester the Cat is dubbed 'Sylverro Gato' here
It was released by Warner Bros. Pictures on December 13, 1949 but some sources list the release date as December 31, 1949.
'That's all Folks!' does not appear on end title card. The card reads 'Merrie Melodies/A Warner Bros. Cartoon/A Vitaphone Release' on a plain black background.
It was nominated for the 1942 Academy Award for Best Short Subject: Cartoons.
small clip from the film was used in a Slappy Squirrel segment on animaniacs
this cartoon originally was to have had one more scene at the end, which didn't appear in the final cut of the cartoon
was also re-worked as the climax of The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie
The short is the third directed by Freleng based on The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
The last Sylvester cartoon animated by Keith Darling, and the second of only two animated by Russ Dyson.
The first Warner Bros. Looney Tune to be labeled A Vitagraph Release
The first appearance of the Drunken Stork.
The note on the milk bottle is signed by Mrs. Champin. 'Farren's Finest' on the cat food can label in the title is a reference to assistant animator Jack Farren.
The window by the door is missing in one scene of this short (that's a goof)
After this short, Art Davis' unit was disbanded.
The title is a play on the phrase 'compressed air'
short even inspired a TV show on Cartoon Network
The cartoon begins as a parody of the opening to The Adventures of Superman
only short to appear in both 1001 rabbit tales and the bugs bunny road runner movie
Background artists Gene Fleury and John McGrew reduced most of the backgrounds to the film to patterns
In 1994 it was voted #16 of the 50 Greatest Cartoons of all time by members of the animation field.
A scene was reused (with narration) in 1962's Adventures of the Road Runner.
The cartoon was intended for theatrical release but eventually aired as part of the television special Bugs Bunny's Creature Features.
Released: December 15, 1956
Slezenger was displeased with this short and attempted to fire him
It was the last of Jones' parody cartoons with daffy and porky as a duo
Though the release date was January 1, 1955, the copyright in the opening credits is 1953.
Chuck Jones made this to show what his schoollife was like, as he never payed attention and always was daydreaming
This cartoon marks the first appearance of Bugs' classic 'left turn at Albuquerque' joke.
The title is a play on 'rabbit skin', but is also a literal term in that Bugs is caring for a 'kin', here, another rabbit.
This short, which hasn't been seen since the 1990s due to its references to Daffy being Elmer's slave (and using references to African-American slavery to illustrate this)
A running gag is that Taz acts the character about whom the music plays
The cartoon's title is a pun on 'show business.'
A parody of the barber of Seville
It was originally shown in cinemas alongside The Amazing Panda Adventure (in the U.S.) and The Pebble and the Penguin (internationally).
This short featured a one time characters that became the mascot for the WB Network for 10 years.
bugs bunny lost in time is video game of this film
girlfriend Melissa (voiced by a uncredited Gladys Holland, an actress heard in United Productions of America's adaptation of Madeline, 1952)
resuses the same theme, basic plot, and characters as Scaredy Cat (1948) and Claws for Alarm (1954).
This is the eleventh cartoon which Bugs loses.
This was the second of three cartoons to use the 'modern' abstract Warner Bros. opening and closing sequences created by Chuck Jones
When Elmer is Screaming, Mel Blanc is the voice but the rest was Arthur Q Bryan
A newspaper's front page (the Chicago Sunday Tribunk) shown in this cartoon accurately predicts Adolf Hitler's suicide two years later.
they were the first cartoons to feature Daffy's new catchphrase, 'You're desthpicable!'.
The title is a play on Shakespeare's play, much ado about nothing
the first in which the coyoteis identified by his full name
Bugs even remarked that 'old Chuck seemed detoimined to get poor little old me into outer space, too!'. --bugs bunny road runner movie, bugs is refering to what short?
the ending is repeated in Show Biz Bugs.
Unlike other non-dialogue cartoons, this short doesn't rely on music, but rather on Brown's outstanding sound effects
an overworked stork is a clear Jimmy Durante reference
this film was colorized in 95 but was never broadcast on American television due to its heavy World War II references and depiction of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis
the last Charlie Dog short to have Porky present in it.
Mugsy's only appearance without Rocky.
Acme's innovations are at once prescient and outlandish, predating The Jetsons (with its robot maid and household gadgetry) by a decade.
This cartoon was actually started as a kind of experiment by Jones
In the film The Shining, Danny and his mother are seen watching this cartoon.
Companion cartoon to It's Hummer Time.
The animation of Sylvester's motorcycle falling into the lake in this cartoon is recycled as a hot rod in the lake.

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