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'Bugs Bunny' - 'I Wanna' Easter Egg, I Wanna' Easter Egg'

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Warner Bros. 500th animated short released in 1947 is "Easter Yeggs", a word play on 'Easter eggs' and on 'yegg', a slang term for a burglar or safecracker. The technicolor cartoon, directed by Robert McKimson, produced by Eddie Selzer, from a story by Warren Foster, stars Mel Blanc with music by Carl Stalling, featuring Warners characters 'Bugs Bunny' and 'Elmer Fudd':

In the cartoon, 'Bugs Bunny' finds the 'Easter Rabbit' sitting on a rock, crying. The Bunny tells Bugs that his feet are sore, so he cannot deliver the Easter eggs. Bugs takes up the job, not knowing that, every year, the Easter Bunny gets some 'dumb bunny' to do his work for him.

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"Bugs Bunny": " I Wanna' Easter Egg, I Wanna' Easter Egg !!!

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Sneak Peek "Easter Yeggs", the 1946 "Looney Tunes" animated short, released theatrically June 28, 1947, directed by Robert McKimson.

Story is by Warren Foster, with layouts by Cornett Wood and backgrounds by Richard H. Thomas. Voices are by Mel Blanc with Arthur Q. Bryan as 'Elmer Fudd'.

The title is a play on 'Easter eggs' and on 'yegg', a slang term for a burglar or safecracker.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Easter Yeggs"...
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"Bugs Bunny" : I Wanna' Easter 'Yegg' !!!

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Sneak Peek "Easter Yeggs", the 1946 "Looney Tunes" animated short, released theatrically June 28, 1947, directed by Charles McKimson.

Story is by Warren Foster, with layouts by Cornett Wood and backgrounds by Richard H. Thomas. Voices are by Mel Blanc with Arthur Q. Bryan as 'Elmer Fudd'.

The title is a play on 'Easter eggs' and on 'yegg', a slang term for a burglar or safecracker.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Easter Yeggs"...
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New Images from Looney Tunes Short Daffy's Rhapsody

Warner Bros has unveiled four new images from the second "Looney Tunes" short, called "Daffy's Rhapsody," which is set to appear in front of theatrical 3D and conventional showings of "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island," starting February 10th. Check out the images below. In the new short, a relaxing evening at the theater turns into hunting season as Elmer Fudd is surprised by the unexpected appearance of his perpetual and ever-elusive target, Daffy Duck, on the stage. As Elmer gives chase, Daffy cleverly evades him while regaling the audience with a song that illustrates his plight - how hunters will never leave him alone. The lyrics to Daffy's song were written by Warren Foster and Michael Maltese, legendary writers of hundreds of classic Looney Tunes shorts during their golden age in the 1940s and 50s. Images: (click to enlarge)
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I Wanna' Easter Egg...I Wanna' Easter Egg !!!

  • SneakPeek
Warner Bros. 500th animated short, produced in 1946 and released in 1947 is "Easter Yeggs", a word play on 'Easter eggs' and on 'yegg', a slang term for a burglar or safecracker. The technicolor cartoon, directed by Robert McKimson and produced by Eddie Selzer, from a story by Warren Foster, starring Mel Blanc with music by Carl Stalling, features Warners characters 'Bugs Bunny' and 'Elmer Fudd'.

In the cartoon, 'Bugs Bunny' finds the 'Easter Rabbit' sitting on a rock, crying. The Bunny tells Bugs that his feet are sore, so he cannot deliver the Easter eggs. Bugs takes up the job, not knowing that, every year, the Easter Bunny gets some 'dumb bunny' to do his work for him.

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Bugs Bunny- "Easter Yeggs"

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"Easter Yeggs" is the 1946 "Looney Tunes" animated short, released theatrically June 28, 1947, directed by Charles McKimson. Story is by Warren Foster, with layouts by Cornett Wood, backgrounds by Richard H. Thomas and animated by Charles McKimson, Dick Bickenbach and I. Ellis.

Voices are by Mel Blanc with Arthur Q. Bryan as 'Elmer Fudd'.

The title is a play on 'Easter eggs' and on 'yegg', a slang term for a burglar or safecracker.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Easter Yeggs"...
See full article at SneakPeek »

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