The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie is basically a collection of Warner Bros. short cartoon features, "starring" the likes of Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Wile.E.Coyote. These animations are interspersed by Bugs Bunny reminiscing on past events and providing links between the individual animations which are otherwise unconnected. The Road Runner feature at the end consists of sketches from various RR separates (well it does in the 78-minute version anyway).
It's classic encounters of the funniest kind!
Did You Know?
The scene in which Bugs discusses his "several fathers" was written by Chuck Jones
as a way to debunk fellow animation director Robert Clampett
's claims throughout the 1970s that he alone created Bugs. Clampett's name is notably missing from Bugs's list. Also missing is Ben Hardaway
, who created the earliest prototype of Bugs and was in fact the originator of the name "Bugs Bunny" (Bugs being Hardaway's own nickname), though in this case Jones later confirmed that the omission had simply been an oversight, and that he would have had no qualms about including Hardaway in the gallery. See more
During the space text-crawl, a space appeared in the word "ago" (i.e. a long [...] time a go). See more
[Giovanni Jones has nailed him with his banjo for interupting his singing practice
At the end, after the showing of the constellations of Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner, they show the traditional "That's All Folks!" card again. Bugs again appears but this time pushes the little quotation marks at the end back and the whole thing erases itself and the quotation marks scream. It rewrites itself saying "That's Not Quite All Folks!" Bugs Bunny pulls the card showing the credits. See more
The original 1980 VHS was time-compressed towards the middle of the film -- starting at the last scene of ''Duck Amuck'' and lasting until the end of ''Bully for Bugs''. This edit carried over into the 1986 release, which used modified box art, but the same video master. See more
Edited from What's Opera, Doc?
The Old Folks at Home
Music by Stephen Foster See more