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All about ‘Bugs Bunny’


Bugs Bunny is the perennially popular, wise cracking rabbit of Merry Melody and Warner Bros cartoons. His trademark "What’s Up, Doc?" is known by everyone in the western world. After winning in 1959, he was often introduced as "the Oscar winning rabbit!".

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The classic tale of Bugs playing baseball.

A recreation of Wagner’s Ring Cycle, as told by Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny.
“What’s Opera Doc” is one of the most famous Merry Melodies.

Bugs is a concert pianist, and delights us with Franz Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 – after shooting an excessively coughing audience member and putting up with a mouse who loves his music.

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