Bugs provides yet another lecture on cartoon animation, secretly stating that he does the voice of Mel Blanc. Daffy, meanwhile, tries to upstage the rabbit in the guise of a clean-up artist from a cartoon agency.

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Bugs provides yet another lecture on cartoon animation, secretly stating that he does the voice of Mel Blanc. Daffy, meanwhile, tries to upstage the rabbit in the guise of a clean-up artist from a cartoon agency.

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31 July 1962 (USA)  »

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The wraparounds for this episode were released on DVD on the first "Looney Tunes Golden Collection" set. See more »

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Bugs Bunny: He wouldn't want it publicized, folks, but actually, I do Mel Blanc's voice.
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Features There They Go-Go-Go! (1956) See more »

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You Oughta Be in Pictures
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Music by Dana Suesse
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This is a review of the "bridging sequences" included as part . . .
27 December 2015 | by (The Gutters of Baltimore) – See all my reviews

. . . of a 1962 half-hour episode of TV's THE BUGS BUNNY SHOW (that is, the part of the show that was NEW animation, corresponding to the description of Daffy Duck as a cartoon "clean-up artist"--which actually turns out to be Daffy serving as the janitor at the cartoon office, rather than being any sort of animator himself. These "bridging sequences" were included as a 5 minute, 50 second appendix or bonus feature on the LOONEY TUNES GOLDEN COLLECTION (VOLUME ONE)--DISC ONE (BUGS BUNNY) 2003 DVD release from Warner Bros. It begins with about 29 seconds devoted to a few explanatory screens of information, followed by the connective cartoon bits that bracketed the three theatrically-released shorts included in this BUGS BUNNY SHOW episode (THERE THEY GO-GO-GO!, 1956; CATTY CORNERED, 1952; and A STAR IS BORED, 1956). The by-play here between Bugs and Daffy is fairly humorous, and as it says in the CARTOONIST'S BIBLE, "A minute with Bugs is worth a thousand years with Mickey."


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