Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (1942). Bugs poses as a lady just out of the shower.
A Corny Concerto (1943). Bugs is a ballerina who slaps Porky for trying to look at his breasts.
Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips (1944). Bugs dresses as a Japanese lady to trick a sumo wrestler.
Hare Conditioned (1945). Bugs poses as a lady customer with a ticklish foot.
Hare Do (Jan. 16, 1949). Bugs dresses as an old lady.
Mississippi Hare (Feb. 26, 1949). Bugs plays a woman to trick Col. Shuffle, who soon sees through his disguise. Then, still in drag, Bugs enlists the help of a big, strong man to save him from the infuriated colonel.
Long-Haired Hare (June 25, 1949). Bugs dresses as a bobby-soxer to trick an opera singer into signing an autograph with a stick of dynamite.
Frigid Hare (Oct. 7, 1949). Bugs dresses as a lady Eskimo.
Which Is Witch (Dec. 3, 1949). Bugs puts dinner plates in his lips and a spring over his neck to disguise himself as a native African female.
Hillbilly Hare (Aug. 12, 1950). Bugs resembles Daisy Mae from the Li'l Abner comic strip when he dresses as a hillbilly girl.
Rabbit of Seville (Dec. 16, 1950). Bugs dresses as Elmer's "little seņorita." (Later, Elmer gets in on the act and puts on a wedding gown.)
Rabbit Fire (1951). Bugs poses as an inept female hunter.
Rabbit Seasoning (1952). Elmer Fudd is hunting rabbits. But when Bugs emerges from his hole as a sexy woman, thoughts of hunting leave Elmer's mind. Meanwhile, Daffy is outraged that Elmer is falling "for that old gag."
Southern Fried Rabbit (1953). Bugs dresses as a Southern lady named Scarlett.
What's Opera, Doc? (1957). In this parody of Wagner, Bugs poses as Brunhilde to Elmer Fudd's Siegfried.