Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd had many battles. Discover which cartoons highlight the duo.
A Wild Hare is a classic Bugs Bunny cartoon that features Elmer Fudd. The story begins in a forest, and Elmer has a double-barrel shotgun. In this cartoon, Bugs outsmarts Elmer in many ways, and you'll hear each character's catch phase.
Fun Bugs Bunny Facts About This Cartoon
Bugs Bunny debuts his Brooklyn accent.
Bugs Bunny debuts his famous phase What's Up Doc.
Bugs was redesigned in this cartoon.
Hare Tonic depicts Elmer Fudd as a regular man. He does not have his hunting gear. When Bugs enters the scene, he causes problems for Elmer, and they battle in Elmer's home.
Slick Hare is one of the best Bugs Bunny cartoons because it takes place in Hollywood. Many celebrities appear in multiple scenes as Bugs and Elmer fight in the kitchen. Elmer is a waiter in this cartoon.
Hare Do places Bugs and Elmer in a forest setting. However, they're transported to other locations before the cartoon is over.
This Bugs Bunny cartoon has a twist. The key is Elmer. He has a different role.
Bugs Bunny shines when he outsmarts other characters. In this cartoon, Daffy Duck has big problems with Bugs and Elmer.
Elmer has a mental problem, and Bugs has a different role. Elmer acts like a rabbit, and Bugs acts like Elmer.
Bugs' Bonnets is about accessories. The concept is that different hats can change a character's behavior. When Bugs and Elmer find a variety of hats, they behave in funny ways.
This cartoon stars Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd. The funny moments takes place in Hollywood.
Elmer builds a robot to stop Bugs Bunny.