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Arkansas Traveler
(uncredited)
Music by Sanford Faulkner
Played when the banner of Doughnut Center is shown
From Hare Trimmed (1953)
The Gold Diggers' Song (We're in the Money)
(uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Played briefly when the newspaper in the window is shown
From Hare Trimmed (1953)
Also played when Rocky and Mugsy make their getaway
From The Unmentionables (1963)
Also played when Porky sees the golden egg
From Golden Yeggs (1950)
L'amour, toujours, l'amour
(uncredited)
Music by Rudolf Friml
Played when Yosemite Sam walks to the widow's house
Also played when Bugs arrives as a Frenchman
From Hare Trimmed (1953)
Piano Sonata No. 16 in C major, K. 545 (Sonata semplice)
(uncredited)
Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Played when the widow throws money on the fire
From Hare Trimmed (1953)
Sweet Georgia Brown
(uncredited)
Music by Maceo Pinkard
Played on the trumpet by Yosemite Sam
From Hare Trimmed (1953)
Also played when Bugs jumps out of the cake and dances
From The Unmentionables (1963)
Lucky Day
(uncredited)
Music by Ray Henderson
Played when Bugs drops various items to Sam
From Hare Trimmed (1953)
Frühlingslied (Spring Song)
(uncredited)
Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Played briefly after Sam hits the camel with his rifle
From Sahara Hare (1955)
Singin' in the Bathtub
(uncredited)
Music by Michael Cleary
Lyrics by Herb Magidson and Ned Washington
Sung by Bugs while bathing
From Sahara Hare (1955)
In My Merry Oldsmobile
(uncredited)
Music by Gus Edwards
Played when Bugs happens upon a car
From Sahara Hare (1955)
On the 5:15
(uncredited)
Music by Henry I. Marshall
Played as the train first passes by
Also played briefly when Bugs dons the engineer's cap
From Wild and Woolly Hare (1959)
William Tell Overture
(uncredited)
Music by Gioachino Rossini
Played as Sam rides up alongside Bugs
From Wild and Woolly Hare (1959)
The Irish Washerwoman
(uncredited)
Traditional
Played when Clancy affirms that Bugs read Rocky his rights
From The Unmentionables (1963)
Freddy the Freshman
(uncredited)
Written by Cliff Friend and Dave Oppenheim
Played when the chickens carry Daffy around
From Golden Yeggs (1950)
Jimmy Valentine
(uncredited)
Music by Gus Edwards
Played when Rocky mentions the numbers racket
From Golden Yeggs (1950)
Der Erlkönig
(uncredited)
Music by Franz Schubert
Played when the gangsters arrive at Porky's chicken farm
From Golden Yeggs (1950)
Also played when Bugs tells Yosemite Sam that them's fightin' words
From High Diving Hare (1949)
It's Magic
(uncredited)
Music by Jule Styne
Played when Daffy is in the swimming pool
From Golden Yeggs (1950)
The Washington Post
(uncredited)
Music by John Philip Sousa
Played at the ceremony for Sylvester
From Catty Cornered (1953)
Hooray for Hollywood
(uncredited)
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Played at the introduction to the Oswald Award segment
Also played when Bugs Bunny arrives at the Oswalds
Also played when Bugs wins the award
As Time Goes By
(uncredited)
Music by Herman Hupfeld
Played when Pepé Lepew arrives at the Oswalds
You Oughta Be in Pictures
(uncredited)
Music by Dana Suesse
Played when Daffy Duck arrives at the Oswalds
Lullaby of Broadway
(uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Played when Bugs walks out on stage as Groucho
Charleston
(uncredited)
Music by James P. Johnson
Played on the ukulele by the Wolf
From Three Little Bops (1957)
Tip-Toe thru' the Tulips with Me
(uncredited)
Music by Joseph A. Burke
Played when Sylvester walks in and greets Tweety
From Birds Anonymous (1957)
Bye Bye Blackbird
(uncredited)
Music by Ray Henderson
Played when Sylvester is tossing and turning in bed
From Birds Anonymous (1957)
Parade of the Animals
(uncredited)
Music by Fred Hager and Justin Ring
Played when Bugs is the barker at the Opry House
Also played when Bugs announces his next act
From High Diving Hare (1949)
April Showers
(uncredited)
Music by Louis Silvers
Played when Bugs reads the telegram
From High Diving Hare (1949)
I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover
(uncredited)
Music by Harry M. Woods
Played when Bugs and Daffy go on-stage together
Also played briefly at the conclusion of Daffy's finale
From Show Biz Bugs (1957)
Tea for Two
(uncredited)
Music by Vincent Youmans
Played when Bugs and Daffy break into a soft shoe
From Show Biz Bugs (1957)
Jeepers Creepers
(uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Played when Daffy dances solo
From Show Biz Bugs (1957)
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms
(uncredited)
Traditional
Played on the xylophone by Bugs and then Daffy
From Show Biz Bugs (1957)

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