Bugs Bunny finds that gangsters Rocky and Mugsy have chosen his new abode, a condemned building, as their hideout. Bugs manipulates them into attacking each other to prove that crime doesn't pay.

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Bugs Bunny / Rocky / Mugsy / Radio Announcer (voice)
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Bugs Bunny finds that gangsters Rocky and Mugsy have chosen his new abode, a condemned building, as their hideout. Bugs manipulates them into attacking each other to prove that crime doesn't pay.

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31 August 1957 (USA)  »

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[Bugs placed a phone next to the sleeping Rocky's ear and speaks through the other line]
Bugs Bunny: Hello? Calling Rocky? Hello? Rocky? Am I getting through to you, Rocky?
[Rocky's limp cigarette hanging from his lips springs up straight]
Bugs Bunny: They're saying you trust your pal Mugsy with that suitcase of jewelery. Heh-heh. Don't make me laugh.
[Rocky awakens and looks around, then shrugs and goes back to sleep]
Bugs Bunny: [speaking through phone] Look at Mugsy laying over there, pretending he's asleep. And all the time, he's...
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Referenced in Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time (1999) See more »

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Brahms' Lullaby
aka "Cradle Song" (uncredited)
Music by Johannes Brahms
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Classic!
8 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Well, Bugsy and Mugsy is one of my personal favourite cartoons featuring Mugsy and Rocky. Plus it has Bugs, who works brilliantly with the right material. Bugsy and Mugsy is a classic for many reasons, with a somewhat simple story yes but it is very clever and funny.

The animation is good, Bugsy and Mugsy has lovely backgrounds and colours, and the music has a lot of energy. The dialogue is typical Looney Tunes wit, but three things make it enjoyable. One is the sight gags, especially the end sequence with the magnet, words cannot describe how funny and clever that was. The second is Bugs, he has some great material and is just great fun as he manipulates Rocky into believing that Mugsy is untrustworthy. Then there is Mugsy and Rocky themselves, their interaction towards each other makes the cartoon so funny, Mugsy dim-witted and oblivious to Bugs's actions and Rocky as he abuses Mugsy for doing something he didn't do, if that makes sense that is. And I mustn't forget Mel Blanc, as always he is brilliant. Overall, this one is a classic. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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