[47] The success of Space Jam led to the development of another live-action/animated film, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, released in 2003 and directed by Joe Dante. When Bugs meets other successful characters (such as Cecil Turtle in Tortoise Beats Hare, or the Gremlin in Falling Hare), his overconfidence becomes a disadvantage. [128] Other creators associated with the Bugs Bunny strip include Jack Hamm, Carl Buettner, Phil Evans, Carl Barks (1952), Tom McKimson, Arnold Drake, Frank Hill, Brett Koth, and Shawn Keller. Buster Bunny : [to a very confused doorman] She's got a thing for plastic. We print the highest quality bugs bunny notebooks on the internet | Page 2. 1953 to 1983. Share the best GIFs now >>> John Cawley. He whispers something into Buster's ear, as the now more confident bunny thanks his mentor and dashes back through the television. He is tops. It was co-directed by Ben "Bugs" Hardaway and an uncredited Cal Dalton (who was responsible for the initial design of the rabbit). But the eponymous ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’ story, the first segment of the film, feels closer to Old West (and Western film) pasquinade, indebted not to Zane Grey, Owen Wister, or even Larry McMurtry, but to Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam, and The Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies animated shorts. by TanoshiBoy $20 . Buster bunny is one of the main characters of Tiny Toon Adventures, he is based off Bugs Bunny. It then cuts to a view of a Hamton-shaped balloon) Chorus (s… He was drawn beautifully. [23], Since Bugs' debut in A Wild Hare, he appeared only in color Merrie Melodies films (making him one of the few recurring characters created for that series in the Schlesinger era prior to the full conversion to color), alongside Elmer predecessor Egghead, Inki, Sniffles, and Elmer himself. [21] The fact that it didn't win the award was later spoofed somewhat in What's Cookin' Doc? [17], Thorson had been approached by Tedd Pierce, head of the story department, and asked to design a better rabbit. [31] Three of Jones' films—Rabbit Fire, Rabbit Seasoning and Duck! The result had a closer resemblance to Max Hare. In 1944, Bugs Bunny made a cameo appearance in Jasper Goes Hunting, a Puppetoons film produced by rival studio Paramount Pictures. Make sure you see them all. The series was originally intended only for one-shot characters in films after several early attempts to introduce characters (Foxy, Goopy Geer, and Piggy) failed under Harman–Ising. [7] On December 10, 1985, Bugs became the second cartoon character (after Mickey) to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Roger Rabbit was also one of the final productions in which Mel Blanc voiced Bugs (as well as the other Looney Tunes characters) before his death in 1989. Rabbit, Duck!—compose what is often referred to as the "Rabbit Season/Duck Season" trilogy and were the origins of the rivalry between Bugs and Daffy Duck. Shop bugs bunny posters and art prints created by independent artists from around the globe. When Hermann Göring says to Bugs, "There is no Las Vegas in 'Chermany'" and takes a potshot at Bugs, Bugs dives into his hole and says, "Joimany! This was the first Bugs Bunny cartoon since 1964 to be released in theaters and it was created for Bugs' 50th anniversary celebration. - a line borrowed from Groucho Marx in Duck Soup and used again in the next Marx Brothers film A Night at the Opera (1935)[61][62] ), admitting his own deviousness toward his antagonists ("Ain't I a stinker?" Creators on those series included Chase Craig, Helen Houghton,[119] Eleanor Packer,[120] Lloyd Turner,[121] Michael Maltese, John Liggera,[122] Tony Strobl, Veve Risto, Cecil Beard, Pete Alvorado, Carl Fallberg, Cal Howard, Vic Lockman, Lynn Karp, Pete Llanuza, Pete Hansen, Jack Carey, Del Connell, Kellog Adams, Jack Manning, Mark Evanier, Tom McKimson, Joe Messerli, Carlos Garzon, Donald F. Glut, Sealtiel Alatriste, Sandro Costa, and Massimo Fechi. [10][13] In promotional material for the cartoon, including a surviving 1939 presskit, the name on the model sheet was altered to become the rabbit's own name: "Bugs" Bunny (quotation marks only used, on and off, until 1944). - a line borrowed from Lou Costello [63][64][65]), etc. In characterization, he was "a rural buffoon". In Jones' Elmer's Candid Camera (1940), the rabbit first meets Elmer Fudd. "), explaining that one of his antagonists' actions have pushed him to the breaking point ("Of course you realize, this means war." Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt (1941), directed by Friz Freleng, became the second Bugs Bunny cartoon to receive an Academy Award nomination. Several Chuck Jones films in the late 1940s and 1950s depict Bugs travelling via cross-country (and, in some cases, intercontinental) tunnel-digging, ending up in places as varied as Barcelona, Spain (Bully for Bugs), the Himalayas (The Abominable Snow Rabbit), and Antarctica (Frigid Hare) all because he "knew (he) shoulda taken that left toin at Albukoikee." He starred in over 167 theatrical short films, most of which were directed by Friz Freleng, Robert McKimson, and Chuck Jones. And above all I'm a very 'aware' character. If you put it in human terms; you come home late one night from work, you walk up to the gate in the yard, you walk through the gate and up into the front room, the door is partly open and there's some guy shooting under your living room. She attends Acme Looniversity and live in ACME Acres. His Nike commercials with Michael Jordan as "Hare Jordan" for the Air Jordan VII and VIII became precursors to Space Jam. (1957), casts Bugs and Elmer Fudd in a parody of Richard Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen. ", "Bugs Bunny: The Trickster, American Style", "Leading the Animation Conversation » Rare 1939 Looney Tunes Book found! In 2015, as part of the 30th anniversary of Jordan Brand, Nike released a mid-top Bugs Bunny version of the Air Jordan I, named the "Air Jordan Mid 1 Hare", along with a women's equivalent inspired by Lola Bunny called the "Air Jordan Mid 1 Lola", along with a commercial featuring Bugs and Ahmad Rashad. Other times, Buster (along with his friends) would help Bugs when he's in trouble. By the mid-1930s, under Leon Schlesinger, Merrie Melodies started introducing newer characters. The company also published 81 issues of the joint title Yosemite Sam and Bugs Bunny from December 1970 to 1983. A couple of late-1950s/early-1960s cartoons of this ilk also featured Daffy Duck travelling with Bugs ("Hey, wait a minute! When the cartoon was first screened in theaters, the "What's up, Doc?" The stamp is number seven on the list of the ten most popular U.S. stamps, as calculated by the number of stamps purchased but not used. (Lola Bunny, Tina Russo, Porky Pig, Foghorn Leghorn and Tasmanian Devil are looking depressed now that Bugs Bunny is gone for good.) In this cameo (animated by McKimson, with Blanc providing the usual voice), Bugs (after being threatened at gunpoint) pops out of a rabbit hole, saying his usual catchphrase; after hearing the orchestra play the wrong theme song, he realizes "Hey, I'm in the wrong picture!" The Danish publisher Egmont Ehapa produced a weekly reprint series in the mid-1990s. [11] The white rabbit had an oval head and a shapeless body. Buster Bunny is the main protagonist of the 1990 animated Warner Bros series Tiny Toon Adventures. [27] Bugs also appeared in the 1942 two-minute U.S. war bonds commercial film Any Bonds Today?, along with Porky and Elmer. to the antagonists in A Hare Grows in Manhattan, "What's up, Duke?" And I sometimes don't act, I react. ", as Bugs realizes he is behind enemy lines. And I always treat the contest with my pursuers as 'fun and games.' ", After World War II, Bugs continued to appear in numerous Warner Bros. cartoons, making his last "Golden Age" appearance in False Hare (1964). Bugs also starred in several theatrical compilation features during this time, including the United Artists distributed documentary Bugs Bunny: Superstar (1975)[36][37] and Warner Bros.' own releases: The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie (1979), The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie (1981), Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales (1982), and Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (1988). is a very simple thing. The packaging was later completely different, with each cartoon simply presented on its own, title and all, though some clips from the new bridging material were sometimes used as filler.[34]. Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters is a Looney Tunes platform video game released for the Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Windows in 2000, and is an indirect sequel to the 1999 game Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time. Writer Paul Dini said that MacNeille was good for the role because she could do both Babs' voice and … The rabbit harasses them but is ultimately bested by the bigger of the two dogs. The postal service rejected many designs and went with a postal-themed drawing. Babs Bunny : [kissing Bugs Bunny's credit card] I've never told you this before, but I love you! Bugs Bunny. When momentarily I appear to be cornered or in dire danger and I scream, don't be consoined – it's actually a big put-on. Unlike the original cartoons, Bugs lives in a regular home which he shares with Daffy, Taz (whom he treats as a pet dog) and Speedy Gonzales, in the middle of a cul-de-sac with their neighbors Yosemite Sam, Granny, and Witch Hazel. Bugs Bunny is a Looney Tunes star who now teaches at Acme Looniversity. Bugs Bunny on it.) They attribute this to, "their ability to constantly flip the script on their unwitting counterparts. Bugs Bunny Lost in Time music - Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear / Bank Rooftop - Duration: 1:52. Mwah! I've read the script and I al­ready know how it turns out. So that's why it's funny, I think. With Tenor, maker of GIF Keyboard, add popular Buster Bunny animated GIFs to your conversations. "[137], American use of the term Nimrod to mean "idiot" is attributed (in Garner's Modern American Usage) entirely to Bugs's expostulation "What a Nimrod!" Other directors, such as Friz Freleng, characterized Bugs as altruistic. To be added. "[16] Animation historian David Gerstein disputes that "Happy Rabbit" was ever used as an official name, arguing that the only usage of the term came from Mel Blanc himself in humorous and fanciful tales he told about the character's development in the 1970s and 1980s; the name "Bugs Bunny" was used as early as August 1939, in the Motion Picture Herald, in a review for the short Hare-um Scare-um. Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (1942) shows a slight redesign of Bugs, with less-prominent front teeth and a rounder head. They are like Bugs Bunny in their theatrical mannerisms, their general c… [131][132] As a result, he has spent time as an honorary member of Jordan Brand, including having Jordan's Jumpman logo done in his image. Storyline A satire of "The Mickey Mouse Club" sees Buster suffering at the hands of a pumped-up Arnold at the gym in "Buffed Bunny," Dizzy receiving justice at the hands of fate after squashing bugs in "Squish," and Babs driving away all her friends with … She eventually finds one, Honey, a forgotten … Porky Pig is again cast as a hunter tracking a silly prey who is more interested in driving his pursuer insane and less interested in escaping. (Buster Bunny and Mickey Mouse put Bugs Bunny's closed yellow with orange and red stars casket right in the grave pit.) Another variation is used in Looney Tunes: Back in Action when he greets a blaster-wielding Marvin the Martian saying "What's up, Darth?". Bugs is best known for his starring roles in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of animated short films, produced by Warner Bros. Tags: tiny-toons, dennis-salvatier, lil-bffs, thats-all-folks, bugs-bunny Tiny Bunnies Notebook. Babs is a young pink-and-white female rabbit, who wears a yellow medium-sleeved blouse, short pale purple knee-length skirt, frilly white panties (on Fridays only) and purple-bowed ribbons near the tips of her ears. Bugs has also appeared in numerous video games, including the Bugs Bunny's Crazy Castle series, Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout, Bugs Bunny: Rabbit Rampage, Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble, Looney Tunes B-Ball, Looney Tunes Racing, Looney Tunes: Space Race, Bugs Bunny Lost in Time, Bugs Bunny and Taz Time Busters, Loons: The Fight for Fame, Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal, Scooby Doo and Looney Tunes: Cartoon Universe, Looney Tunes Dash, and Looney Tunes World of Mayhem. No relation. From the late 1970s through the early 1990s, Bugs was featured in various animated specials for network television, such as Bugs Bunny's Thanksgiving Diet, Bugs Bunny's Easter Special, Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales, and Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over. This cartoon has an almost identical plot to Avery's Porky's Duck Hunt (1937), which had introduced Daffy Duck. In 2011, Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang returned to television in the Cartoon Network sitcom, The Looney Tunes Show. Bugs' nonchalant carrot-chewing standing position, as explained by Freleng, Jones and Bob Clampett, originated in a scene from the film It Happened One Night (1934), in which Clark Gable's character Peter Warne leans against a fence, eating carrots rapidly and talking with his mouth full to Claudette Colbert's character. Blanc provided him with a hayseed voice. "[9] A rabbit with some of the personality of Bugs, though looking very different, was originally featured in the film Porky's Hare Hunt, released on April 30, 1938. He had a more elongated body, stood more erect, and looked more poised. Occasionally, Bugs would be angry at what Buster for what he did that seems to be unforgivable. At the end of Super-Rabbit (1943), Bugs appears wearing a United States Marine Corps dress blue uniform. Bugs Bunny was continuously featured in comic books for more than 40 years, from 1941 to 1983, and has appeared sporadically since then. Unlike Space Jam, Back in Action was a box-office bomb,[48] though it did receive more positive reviews from critics. ", Bugs replaced him at the end of Hare Tonic and Baseball Bugs, bursting through a drum just as Porky did, but munching on a carrot and saying in his Bronx/Brooklyn accent, "And that's the end! [20], For the film, Avery asked Givens to remodel the rabbit. and should be viewed in continuous fashion. [133], In 2002, TV Guide compiled a list of the 50 greatest cartoon characters of all time as part of the magazine's 50th anniversary. scene generated a tremendously positive audience reaction. [56][57], In 2020, Bugs began appearing on the HBO Max streaming series Looney Tunes Cartoons. [49][50][51], In 1997, Bugs appeared on a U.S. postage stamp, the first cartoon to be so honored, beating the iconic Mickey Mouse. Buster has an extreme fondness for Bugs Bunny, to the point of often imitating his mentor, such as using Bugs' slap dance technique from the Bugs Bunny cartoon, Hot Cross Bunny, when he takes Babs to the prom (though, with considerably less success until Bugs had to step in and help him out). "Back to the Rabbit Hole: Koth and Krller, the Men Behind the New and Improved Bugs Bunny Comic Strip. Coyote? The episode begins with Sappy "Slaphappy" Stanley building a robot copy of himself while watching the Bugs Bunny cartoon, Knighty Knight Bugs. Bugs also dates Lola Bunny in the show despite the fact that he finds her to be "crazy" and a bit too talkative at first (he later learns to accept her personality quirks, similar to his tolerance for Daffy). The characters feature new designs by artist Jessica Borutski. Animation series Tiny Toon Adventures. A page about Buster Bunny in his uncensored glory. The rabbit character was popular enough with audiences that the Termite Terrace staff decided to use it again. Bugs Bunny is his mentor. He has also appeared in more films than any other cartoon character,[7] is the 9th most-portrayed film personality in the world,[7] and has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Since when is Pismo Beach inside a cave?"). by TanoshiBoy A$18 . [12], The rabbit's third appearance comes in Hare-um Scare-um (1939), directed again by Dalton and Hardaway. to the aged Elmer in The Old Grey Hare. He had designed Max Hare in Toby Tortoise Returns (Disney, 1936). Bugs is voiced by Jeff Bergman and later Greg Burson in Tiny Toon Adventures. "[67], The carrot-chewing scenes are generally followed by Bugs' most well-known catchphrase, "What's up, Doc? If Thorson's rabbit looked like an infant, Givens' version looked like an adolescent. After two seasons, it was moved from its evening slot to reruns on Saturday mornings. [54] In the series, Bugs and Daffy Duck are portrayed as best friends as opposed to their usual pairing as rivals. He first utters that phrase in Herr Meets Hare (1945), when he emerges in the Black Forest, a cartoon seldom seen today due to its blatantly topical subject matter. ", 1992 - Nike - Michael Jordan & Bugs Bunny, 1993 - Nike - Michael Jordan & Bugs Bunny, Academy Award for Best Cartoon Short Subject, Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies, The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie, Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Spectacular Light and Sound Show Illuminanza. Bugs and Daffy are close friends with Porky Pig in the series, although Bugs tends to be a more reliable friend to Porky than Daffy is. Occasionally, Bugs would be angry at what Buster for what he did that seems to be unforgivable. [15] In fact, in a 1984 interview with Tim Lawson, co-author of The Magic Behind The Voices: A Who's Who of Voice Actors, Blanc emphatically denied being allergic to carrots. [129][130], Like Mickey Mouse for Disney, Bugs Bunny has served as the mascot for Warner Bros. and its various divisions. [134][135] In a CNN broadcast on July 31, 2002, a TV Guide editor talked about the group that created the list. Times Bugs helped Buster and/or his friends, Times Buster and/or his friends saved Bugs, Times Bugs got angry at Buster and/or his friends. ", which was written by director Tex Avery for his first Bugs Bunny film, A Wild Hare (1940). The confused response to his "left toin" comment also followed a pattern. In "Fields of Honey", Babs searches for a female mentor, as nearly all prominent classic Looney Tunes characters are male. [5], Bugs starred in more than 160 cartoon shorts produced between 1940 and 1964. Space Jam received mixed reviews from critics,[45][46] but was a box office success (grossing over $230 million worldwide). ... Buster and Babs Bunny. Though a similar character first appeared in the WB cartoon Porky's Hare Hunt (1938) and a few subsequent shorts, the definitive characterization of Bugs Bunny is widely credited to have debuted in director Tex Avery's Oscar-nominated film A Wild Hare (1940). Bugs Bunny is an animated cartoon character, created in the late 1930s by Leon Schlesinger Productions (later Warner Bros. Cartoons) and voiced originally by Mel Blanc. Images are continuous and have an order ( front, back, sides, etc. I do not own any rights associated with this video!Song cover by Citizen. [1][18] It is the first film where both Elmer Fudd and Bugs, both redesigned by Bob Givens, are shown in their fully developed forms as hunter and tormentor, respectively; the first in which Mel Blanc uses what became Bugs' standard voice; and the first in which Bugs uses his catchphrase, "What's up, Doc? He did not star in a Looney Tunes film until that series made its complete conversion to only color cartoons beginning in 1944. (The tombstone reads R.I.P. [125] The creators most associated with the strip are writers Albert Stoffel (1947–1979)[126] & Carl Fallberg (1950–1969),[127] and artist Ralph Heimdahl, who worked on it from 1947 to 1979. The following are the various vocal artists who have voiced Bugs Bunny over the last 80 years for both Warner Bros. official productions and others: Mel Blanc voiced the character for almost 50 years, from Bugs' debut in the 1940 short A Wild Hare until Blanc's death in 1989. He saves the scripts from Montana Max. Bugs returned to the silver screen in Box-Office Bunny (1991). As fans of the show know, Buster is the young protege of Warner Bros.' most famous cartoon star, Bugs Bunny. He was written well. His face was flat and had large expressive eyes. Bugs' award ceremony is tonight and Stanley plans to rig the show. He used this version until 1949 (as did Art Davis for the one Bugs Bunny film he directed, Bowery Bugs) when he started using the version he had designed for Clampett. Though Blanc's best known character was the carrot-chomping rabbit, munching on the carrots interrupted the dialogue. He is a street-smart, blue rabbit who is the leader of the Tiny Toons gang. Buster is a young, blue-and-white male rabbit with a red shirt and white gloves. The German publisher Condor published a 76-issues Bugs Bunny series (translated and reprinted from the American comics) in the mid-1970s. Bugs did not appear in any of the post-1964 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies films produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises or Seven Arts Productions, nor did he appear in Filmation's Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies. It was deemed "culturally significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry in 1992, becoming the first cartoon short to receive this honor. Charlie Thorson, lead animator on the film, gave the character a name. ", "'What's up Doc?' Bugs' popularity soared during World War II because of his free and easy attitude, and he began receiving special star billing in his cartoons by 1943. The gag uses Bugs' Wild Hare visual design, but his goofier pre-Wild Hare voice characterization. [123], The strip originated with Chase Craig, who did the first five weeks before leaving for military service in World War II. [12], The rabbit comes back in Prest-O Change-O (1939), directed by Chuck Jones, where he is the pet rabbit of unseen character Sham-Fu the Magician. [28] From 1943 to 1946, Bugs was the official mascot of Kingman Army Airfield, Kingman, Arizona, where thousands of aerial gunners were trained during World War II. Although it was usually Porky Pig who brought the Looney Tunes films to a close with his stuttering, "That's all, folks! [22], By 1942, Bugs had become the number one star of Merrie Melodies. My TeePublic. He made further cameos in Warner Bros.' subsequent animated TV shows Taz-Mania, Animaniacs, and Histeria! The only one to consistently beat Bugs is Cecil Turtle, who defeats Bugs in three consecutive shorts based on the premise of the Aesop fable The Tortoise and the Hare. Coincidentally, the film also features a minor character, Oscar Shapely, who addresses Peter Warne as "Doc", and Warne mentions an imaginary person named "Bugs Dooley" to frighten Shapely. Mwah! [14], In his autobiography, Blanc claimed that another proposed name for the character was "Happy Rabbit. to the knight in Knight-mare Hare, and "What's up, prune-face?" Some notable trainees included Clark Gable and Charles Bronson. It also came on a Twin Pack CD bundled with Wacky Races in … Hamton is hungry, and Buster and Babsgo get som… They are also no relation to Bugs Bunny, their mentor and favorite teacher at school (although in Fields of Honey, Babs goes mad looking for a female mentor and eventually finds one: Honey, a forgotten actress from the old Boskocartoons). He might also greet Daffy with "What's up, Duck?" Buster Scruggs is a live-action Wild West cartoon by design. [32] Jones' classic What's Opera, Doc? [1], Bugs is an anthropomorphic gray and white rabbit or hare who is famous for his flippant, insouciant personality. Concerned that viewers would lose sympathy for an aggressive protagonist who always won, Jones arranged for Bugs to be bullied, cheated, or threatened by the antagonists while minding his own business, justifying his subsequent antics as retaliation or self-defense. Bugs is disappointed in Buster, telling him that he is developing the wrong muscle (poking him in the stomach) and that rabbits have to strengthen their heads. Buster Bunny is a cartoon character from the Warner Bros. animated television series Tiny Toon Adventures.He was the main character of the mentioned show, along with his mom Babs Bunny. In a rare villain turn, Bugs turns to a life of crime in 1949's Rebel Rabbit, taking on the entire United States government by vandalizing monuments in an effort to prove he is worth more than the two-cent bounty on his head; while he succeeds in raising the bounty to $1,000,000, the full force of the military ends up capturing Bugs and sending him to Alcatraz. While Bugs made a cameo in Porky Pig's Feat (1943), this was his only appearance in a black-and-white Looney Tunes film. Bugs Bunny was given the honor of number 1. During the 1950s Dell also published a number of Bugs Bunny spinoff titles. Bugs would sometimes help Buster (along with his friends) when they are in trouble. Yosemite Sam and the Gold River Adventure! (1944), in which Bugs demands a recount (claiming to be a victim of "sa-bo-TAH-gee") after losing the Oscar to James Cagney and presents a clip from Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt to prove his point. Buster J. Bunny (voiced by Charlie Adler and later by John Kassir) is the male protagonist of the Warner Bros. As mentioned earlier, this line was taken from Groucho Marx. And, young fella, you lose. Buckaroo Bugs was Bugs' first film in the Looney Tunes series and was also the last Warner Bros. cartoon to credit Schlesinger (as he had retired and sold his studio to Warner Bros. that year).[22]. The end result was influenced by Walt Disney Animation Studios' tendency to draw animals in the style of cute infants. before he retaliates in a devastating manner. Tutankhammunity 49,317 views He was loud, zany with a goofy, guttural laugh. Bugs usually tries to placate his antagonist and avoid conflict but, when an antagonist pushes him too far, Bugs may address the audience and invoke his catchphrase "Of course you realize this means war!" Bugs Bunny is an animated cartoon character, created in the late 1930s by Leon Schlesinger Productions (later Warner Bros. Cartoons) and voiced originally by Mel Blanc. [25] One US Navy propaganda film saved from destruction features the voice of Mel Blanc in "Tokyo Woes"[26] (1945) about the propaganda radio host Tokyo Rose. First appearing in Looney Mozart, he went on to host Looney Shakespeare. But what if you come up and tap him on the shoulder and look over and say 'What's up Doc?' 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