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(1956)

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The television station manager is modeled after Frank Nelson, a regular on the Jack Benny Show. The manager's voice is provided by Mel Blanc, another Benny regular.
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In the mid-1990s, whenever Cartoon Network would have technical difficulties interrupting a broadcast, in lieu of a slide showing the channel logo/name, a still from this cartoon of the TV producer holding a "Program Temporarily Interrupted - Please Stand By" card up to the TV camera from would be used.
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Among the television programs parodied are You Bet Your Life (1950) starring Groucho Marx, You Are There (1953) with Walter Cronkite, and The Liberace Show (1952), starring Liberace.
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The television station's name is QTTV, just like in People Are Bunny (1959).
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This is the only Looney Tunes short from the classic era when someone other than Mel Blanc provided Bugs Bunny's voice (Daws Butler did his voice in two scenes, one where he played Groucho Marx, the other where he played Ed Norton from "The Honeymooners"). The reason for this is, Mel Blanc never considered celebrity impressions his strong point, so they were handed to Daws Butler instead.
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This is the final short to feature Bugs Bunny's theme music, "What's Up Doc?" playing over the opening titles.
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