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Bugs Bunny tricks Elmer Fudd into believing his house has been quarantined for something called "rabbititus."
A "Rosie the Riveter" type is in need of a baby-sitter for her awful child. The only person available is a clueless Porky Pig...
The signs indicate current bounty prices: $50 for a fox, $75 for a bear, only 2 cents for a rabbit. Bugs is insulted.
Bugs Bunny delivers eggs for the lazy Easter Bunny; he encounters a sadistic brat and a rabbit stew-hungry Elmer Fudd.
I Taw a Putty Tat
Woman wonders why her little pet birds keep disappearing. Sylvester the cat knows, but other than burping feathers...
Yet another variation on the Three Little Pigs theme, this time told as WW2 anti-German propaganda (the US had just entered the war), with the wolf as a thinly-disguised Hitler.
The Fuller Brush Man
Poor Red Jones gets fired from every job he tries. His fiancée gives him one last chance to make good when he becomes a Fuller Brush man...
Birdy and the Beast
Tweety is set upon by a fat, jowly cat, who winds up with, among other things, a dozen eggs and a gallon of gasoline in his mouth instead of the little bird.
Ain't That Ducky
Daffy Duck hears a duckling crying, arousing Daffy, so he asks the duckling why he is so sad. The duckling is short-tempered and cried, until the hunter succeeded in stealing the satchel reads a note finding out why the duckling is so sad.
The Early Bird Dood It!
The early worm barely escapes the bird, again. In search of a way to get rid of the bird, he enlists the help of a cat, but the bird is too smart for the cat.
|11||The Impatient Patient (1942 short)||"||103|
|12||One Ham's Family (1943 short)||"||168|
|13||The Rattled Rooster (1948 short)||"||53|
|14||The Slick Chick (1962 short)||6.1/10||87|
|15||Wacky Blackout (1942 short)||6.0/10||63|
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