spoke off-screen, in an animation television commercial of insect killer, Raid. The Raid can was almost human, a tall red living aerosol can with eyes, looking to its right, left and path ahead for insects of any kind, to get rid of, just before being sprayed on, all insects shouted (almost screaming) "Raid!" in deep ...
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Draft No. 412 | Fred Avery
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He wasn't Bugs without the gags we gave him.
According to biographer, Joe Adamson, when Tex was working on the cartoon A Wild Hare
(1940) (it is his first official Bugs Bunny cartoon, as designed today), they were looking for something for the rabbit to say when Elmer Fudd pointed his gun to the rabbit's head, Tex, off of the top of his head, quickly suggested, "How about 'What's up doc?' " He used "doc" on many of his earlier cartoons, ...
He liked to interrupt the actions of his films, to give a comment that always ended with "...isn't it?". A true sample is, "Incredable, aint it?". Having a cowboy chase scene suddenly replaced with the sentence, "Exciting, isn't it?"