The Daffy Duck Show (1978)

Show #28

Season 1, Ep 28, Aired 5/24/79
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  • Episode Description
  • My Bunny Lies Over The Sea - featuring Bugs Bunny Bugs Bunny ends up in Scotland, where he accidentally destroys an old Scotsman's bagpipes. The Scotsman wants to catch Bugs. Bowery Bugs - featuring Bugs Bunny Steve Brodie, a very unlucky man, wants to capture Bugs for his supposedly lucky rabbit's feet. Bugs manages to drive Brodie insane, to the point he jumps off the Brooklyn Bridge. Long-Haired Hare - featuring Bugs Bunny Bugs's singing angers a fat opera singer, Giovanni Jones. Bugs decides to get even with Jones by taking the place of the conductor of the opera.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Mel Blanc

    Bugs Bunny

  • Chuck Jones

  • Art Davis

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  • Notes (14)

    • The CBS version of Long-Haired Hare cut out the scenes where Giovanni Jones beats Bugs up every time he ruins his singing lessons.

    • The ABC version of Long-Haired Hare cuts the entire sequence where Bugs is dressed as a bobby-soxer looking for Giovanni Jones's autograph and gives him a dynamite stick disguised as a pen.

    • An edited version of Long-Haired Hare was included in The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie (1979).

    • Long-Haired Hare is 8 minutes long.

    • Long-Haired Hare was released on June 25, 1949.

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    Trivia (5)

    • Long-Haired Hare is one of the few shorts in which Bugs is shown (albeit briefly) without his trademark gloves, at least on his left hand.

    • Bowery Bugs was officially the last animated short directed by Arthur Davis. Although one of his last cartoons, Bye Bye Bluebeard, was released in late-1949, it was animated before Bowery Bugs.

    • Bowery Bugs is the only Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Arthur Davis, not counting Bugs's cameo in The Goofy Gophers (1946), which technically wasn't a Bugs cartoon.

    • My Bunny Lies Over The Sea is the second cartoon where Bugs Bunny apparently took a wrong turn at Albuquerque. The first time this happened was in the short Herr Meets Hare, from 1945.

    • Even though My Bunny Lies over the Sea was the Scotsman's only theatrical appearance, he later appeared (named Angus McCroy) in the episode "It's a Plaid, Plaid, Plaid, Plaid World" of the show The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries (1996).

    Allusions (2)

    • Long-Haired Hare - Title In addition to including the homophones "hair" and "hare", the title of this cartoon refers to the characterization of classical music aficionados as "longhairs".

    • My Bunny Lies over the Sea - Title The title of this cartoon is an obvious play on the second line of the old song, "My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean".

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