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A character called Lola Beverly, voiced by the uncredited Bea Benaderet. Bugs takes over the narration from her when he begins to tell his story.

A copy of Variety and bottle of Grade A carrot juice.

A Hare Grows in Manhattan (1947)

Bugs tells Lola Beverly of growing up in the city and confronting a gang of canine toughs.

What's Up Doc? (1950)

Bugs tells the Disassociated Press of his struggle in the entertainment industry.

The following scenes have been cut from some TV prints:

Lola Beverly's description of Bugs's property. (Her reference to his swimming pool remains.)

Bugs Bunny becomes part of an Egyptian cigarette billboard. (The scene remains but in butchered form: all references to cigarettes are removed. We can't have the kiddies aware of the existence of cigarettes.)

Source: The Censored Cartoons Page


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