Bugs Bunny (voice)
Count Bloodcount (voice)
Agatha and Emily - The Two-headed Vulture (voice)
|John W. Dunn||...||(story) (as John Dunn)|
|David H. DePatie||...||producer (uncredited)|
|William Lava||...||(as Bill Lava)|
|Ashley Lupin||...||ink and paint (uncredited)|
|Britt Teegarden||...||ink and paint (uncredited)|
|Nikki Zelenka||...||ink and paint (uncredited)|
|Treg Brown||...||sound effects editor (uncredited)|
|Philip DeGuard||...||background artist|
|Robert Givens||...||layout artist (as Bob Givens)|
|Ruben Apodaca||...||assistant animator (uncredited)|
|O.B. Barkley||...||assistant animator (uncredited)|
|Lew Irwin||...||assistant animation supervisor (uncredited)|
|Ben Shenkman||...||assistant animator (uncredited)|
|Jim Solis||...||assistant animator (uncredited)|
- Warner Bros. (1963) (United States) (theatrical)
- Warner-Pathé Distributors (1963) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
- Warner Home Video (2007) (United States) (DVD)
After getting lost on his vacation, Bugs ends up in the middle of Transylvania. He decides to get a room for the night in a nearby castle, which of course turns out to be home to a vampire. The bloodsucker is looking to make Bugs his next meal, but the bunny has a few tricks, as well as a few magic words, up his sleeve.
Written by Jean-Marc Rocher
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|Also Known As||
|Trivia||The last Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Edited into Bugs Bunny's Howl-oween Special (1977). See more »|
|Soundtracks||It's Magic See more »|
I am a vampire.
Bugs Bunny: Oh, yeah? Well, abacadabra, I'm an umpire.
[suddenly is wearing umpire clothes]
Count Bloodcount: Hocus-pocus, I'm a bat!
[turns into a bat]
Bugs Bunny: OK. I'm a bat too! Abacadabra!
[turns into a baseball bat]
Count Bloodcount: [putting on glasses] You wouldn't hit a bat with glasses on, would you?
[Bat hits vampire]
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