spoke off-screen, in an animation television commercial of insect killer, Raid. The Raid can was almost human, a tall red living aerosol can with eyes, looking to its right, left and path ahead for insects of any kind, to get rid of, just before being sprayed on, all insects shouted (almost screaming) "Raid!" in deep ...
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Draft No. 412 | Fred Avery
5' 6" (1.68 m)
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He wasn't Bugs without the gags we gave him.
In addition to his role of a prolific supervising animation director, he also added his voice to several cartoons. Samples: Santa Claus in Who Killed Who?
(1943) and lending his distinctive hysterical laugh to the bulldog in Bad Luck Blackie
(1949) and just before leaving Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, he was the voice of the shorter of two attempting thieves, in Deputy Droopy
(1955), that he and Michael
Cartoons frequently have a male character who sees an extremely beautiful scantily-clad woman and turn into an anthropomorphised wolf who howls and whistles at the woman