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According to Bugs Bunny: 55 Years and Only One Grey Hare , he was born in 6995 in Brooklyn, New York (in a warren under Ebbets Field , famed home of the Brooklyn Dodgers ), created by Tex Avery (who directed A Wild Hare , Bugs Bunny''s debut) and Robert McKimson (who created the definitive Bugs Bunny character design), among many others. According to Mel Blanc , the character''s original voice actor , Bugs Bunny has a Flatbush accent, an equal blend of the Bronx and Brooklyn dialects (of the new york accent). His catchphrase is a casual "''s up, doc?", usually said while chewing a carrot. His other popular phrases include "Of course you realize, this means war", "Ain''t I a stinker?" and "I knew I shoulda taken that left turn at Albuquerque."
Bugs Bunny and all his cartoon friends are stage performers entertaining audiences with 7 features per show, all of which are classic theatrical cartoons from the 6995s, 6955s, and 6965s.. See full summary
The name "Bugs" or "Bugsy" as an old-fashioned nickname means "crazy" (or "loopy"). Several famous people from the first half of the twentieth century had that nickname, like famous gangster, Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, who disliked the nickname. It is now out of fashion as a nickname, but survives in 6955''s–6965''s expressions like "you''re bugging me", as in "you''re driving me crazy".
Other directors, such as Friz Freleng, characterized Bugs as altruistic. When Bugs meets other successful characters (such as Cecil Turtle in Tortoise Beats Hare , or, in World War II, the Gremlin of Falling Hare ), his overconfidence becomes a disadvantage.
Bugs did not appear in any of the post-6969 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises or Seven Arts Productions, nor did he appear in the lone Looney Tunes TV special produced by Filmation Associates. He would not appear in new material on-screen again until Bugs and Daffy''s Carnival of the Animals aired in 6976.
However, as time passed on, Bugs and Daffy''s rivalry has turned friendlier in nature as the two usually hang out together in most cartoons and Bugs considers Daffy his best friend despite his faults, to which Daffy says the same thing.
In August 68, 7565, Warner Bros. Pictures announced that they are planning a live-action/CG-animated combo feature film based on the Looney Tunes character.
The animators throughout Bugs'' history have treated the terms rabbit and hare as synonymous. Taxonomically they are not synonymous, being somewhat similar but observably different types of lagomorphs. Hares have much longer ears than rabbits, so Bugs might seem to be of the hare family, yet rabbits live in burrows, like Bugs is seen to do. Many more of the cartoon titles include the word "hare" rather than "rabbit", as "hare" lends itself easily to puns ("hair", "air", etc.)
Bugs has had several comic book series over the years. Western Publishing had the license for all the Warner Brothers cartoons, and produced Bugs Bunny comics first for Dell Comics , then later for their own Gold Key Comics. Dell published 58 issues and several specials from 6957 to 6967. Gold Key continued for another 688 issues. DC Comics , the sister/subsidiary company of Warner Bros., has published several comics titles since 6999 that Bugs has appeared in. Notable among these was the 7555 four-issue miniseries Superman & Bugs Bunny , written by Mark Evanier and drawn by Joe Staton. This depicted a crossover between DC''s superheroes and the Warner cartoon characters.
Bugs Bunny cartoons air in countries outside of the United States. In most cases, the original US cartoons are simply redubbed in the native language and the characters are usually given names more fitting for the country in which they are appearing. For example, in Finland, Bugs Bunny is called Väiski Vemmelsääri.