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Bunny Hugged (1951)

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This adventure takes Bugs into the world of professional wrestling.


(as Charles M. Jones)


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Complete credited cast:
Bugs Bunny / Announcer (voice)


The big wrestling match: The Crusher vs. Ravishing Ronald. Ronald's mascot is Bugs Bunny ("it's a living"). But Ronald is massively outmatched by The Crusher, and Bugs, seeing his meal ticket threatened, quickly substitutes as "The Masked Terror." But Bugs is no match for him either, at least on a pure physical level. So it's time for Bugs to apply "strategy." He rips his mask, making Crusher think it was his pants fortunately, Stychen Tyme, the tailor, is handy - complete with needle to stick in a sensitive spot. Enraged, Crusher charges, right through the giant safe, into the ropes; Bugs closes the door, Crusher crashes into the safe and is dazed. Bugs suggests he rest up on this nice soft mat... Written by Jon Reeves <>

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safe | wrestling | mascot | tailor | handshake | See more »





Release Date:

10 March 1951 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


Mel Blanc, the original Bugs Bunny voice, does not say Bugs' trademark quote of "Eh, what's up doc?" in this animation short. See more »


At the end of the match when "The Crusher' offers Bugs to shake hands, he (and Bugs) shake with the left hand when it should be the right (not left) hand. See more »


[after the Crusher crashes against a steel door]
Bugs Bunny: Why, Crusher! It's good to see you.
The Crusher: Yeah, well, I was just passing by... Dyuh... just passing by...
Bugs Bunny: Well, come in, come in, come in, come in. Don't stand out there in the cold.
The Crusher: Thought I'd just drop in to say hello... D'oy... Just passing by, you understand...
Bugs Bunny: [puts a coat on Crusher] Sorry you think you gotta go, Crusher. Been nice seeing you.
The Crusher: D'oy...
Bugs Bunny: Aw, you look tired, Crusher. Why don't you rest up on this nice, soft floor for a few minutes ...
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Music by Karl Hoschna
Played when Bugs again squeezes the Crusher's head
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Another perfect Bugs Bunny cartoon
16 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

If it hadn't been for this cartoon, I would have never watched professional wrestling today, watching Legends and Superstars like Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart, Randy Savage, Mick Foley, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Goldberg, The Rock, and more! Bugs Bunny made his "debut" as a pro wrestler with the gimmick called "The Masked Terror," substituting Ravishing Ronald's position as challenger for the World Title. The champion at that time was a bald and bearded heel (bad guy) named the Crusher. At the end, with a "little strategy," Bugs Bunny took off his mask and knocked out the champion with a safe and went for the pin. That is why I'll worship Bugs Bunny forever, along with Mickey Mouse, Hulk Hogan, and more of the greatest heroes there had ever been.

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