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Bugs Bunny
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Bugs Bunny in the 1940s

Name:

Bugs Bunny

Speices:

Rabbit

First Apearance:

Porky's Hare Hunt, 1938 (prototype); A Wild Hare, 1940 (first offiical apparance)

Created by:

Tex Avery

Voiced by:

Mel Blanc, then by Jeff Bergman, Greg Burson, Billy West, and Joe Alaskey

About Him

Since his introduction 1940, Bugs has since become the mascot of the entire series. Bunny is known for his cunning and wise personally which keeps him just a step ahead of those trying to harm him. Bunny is well-known for his phases like ‘What’s up Doc’ and ‘Ain’t I a stinker’.

Heroic Traits

Bugs Bunny is known from outsmarting for willing to harm. Often the person doesn’t know it until it’s late.

World War II

During the Secord World War, Bugs Bunny become among the popular cartoon for many viewers. Most of the cartoons have Bunny outsmarting Elmer Fudd; however, he soon had a new enemy to deal with. Because it was common to produce war films, a Bugs Bunny cartoon, Herr Meets Hare, has Bunny making fun of Hermann Göring, a Nazi Officer, who was out hunting for his meal. The short was released months before the Third Reich, but it wasn’t the first films to warn the American public about the Third Reich.

Post-War

Bugs Bunny has also made several films long after the war. The films has Bunny is places up against another enemy, Yosemite Sam, during the 1950s. However, the most well-known enemy of Bugs Bunny is none other than Daffy Duck. Rabbit Fire, Rabbit Seasoning, and Duck! Rabbit, Duck, were among the most recognized examples of their rivalry. Over the years, the rivalry has turned down, but there were still traits of their feud.

Post-Classic Era

After the death of Mel Blanc, Bugs Bunny was later voiced by Jeff Bergman, Greg Burson, Billy West, and Joe Alaskey. Bunny stills makes in appearances in many public awareness films. In the 1990 special, Cartoon All-Stars, Bunny became among the cartoon characters that becomes aware that a teenage male is using drugs and try to inform him of the life he’ll end up with if he continues. Bugs Bunny used a Time Travel; he borrowed from Wile E. Coyote, to show the teen about what of course started his drug use.

Also in the mid-1990s, Bugs Bunny was among the characters in the film Space Jam, with Michel Jordan.

In 2002, a younger version of Bugs appeared in Baby Looney Tunes, and his descendent of Bugs, Ace Bunny, appeared in Loonatics Unleashed, yet Bugs Bunny didn’t appear in Duck Dodgers.

Bugs Bunny has also had video games:

  • Bugs Bunny's Crazy Castle series,
  • Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout,
  • Bugs Bunny: Rabbit Rampage and the similar Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble,
  • Looney Tunes B-Ball,
  • Space Jam,
  • Looney Tunes Racing,
  • Looney Tunes: Space Race,
  • Bugs Bunny Lost in Time, and its sequel,
  • Bugs Bunny and Taz Time Busters,
  • Looney Tunes: Back in Action
  • Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal.

Galley

See Also

Bugs Bunny on Looney City Citizens

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