All the best, hard-to-find cartoons of yesteryear

Cartoons published in 1952:

1952 was a big year for Warner, with several cartoons released.


Bugs is flooded out of his rabbit hole while sleeping and finds himself in a mad scientists’ castle. THe mad scientist, done as a caricature of Vincent Price, wants his brain. Bugs runs for it and a big orange monster (Rudolph) is sent after him. Bugs just misses falling in a crocodile pit and bumps into Rudolph. Bugs pretends to be a talkative hairdresser and does the monster’s hair – with dynamite.
Bugs legs it again, and finds some vanishing paint. He covers himself without. He manages to attack Rudolph and then shrinks him. The mad scientist then shows up and manages to pour out some ether which eventually knocks them both out. Water eventually washes the sleeping hare back to his hole, where he wakes to decide it was all a very strange dream – but is very confused when the tiny Rudolph rows past.

Ant Pasted

Characters: Elmer Fudd

Elmer Fudd is planning is a fun Fourth of July fireworks night, but his fun is interrupted by a nest of ants who take exception to his having fun at their expense!

This is the original classic cartoon where Bugs Bunny and Marvin the Martian first meet. Marvin has been sent to capture an Earth creature. Unfortunately for him, the first creature he encounters is Bugs Bunny…

A classic – here we have Daffy attempting to get Elmer to shoot Bugs, who, as usual, turns the situation round and has ELmer shoot Daffy

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