Thursday, August 10, 2006

Bugs Bunny Cartoons

Bugs Bunny cartoons, were heavily played on Saturday mornings.
Many of today's U.S. baby boomers and their parents grew up with classic cartoons like Bugs Bunny, a favorite cartoon character since the 1940s. The cartoons, from Looney Tunes and Merry Melodies, were produced by Warner Bros.
Bugs Bunny "warm up" or "opening features" were shown just before the main movie feature in most theaters.

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When televsion became popular, the Bugs Bunny cartoon series usually ran on Saturday mornings as part of a package of cartoons. The Cartoon Channel on cable TV often runs Bugs Bunny cartoons.
The Bugs Bunny character is one of the most recognized image in the world. His famous slogan "..eeh, what's up, doc?" has been uttered around the world.
The "Fresh Hare" episode was banned from television for almost 30 years because it was considered too racey for the time. Bugs Bunny's nemisis, Elmer Fudd, Daffy Duck and Tweedy Bird are also a part of this cartoon series.

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