Elmer Fudd: Shh! Be vewy, vewy quiet. I'm hunting wabbits.
Elmer: Oooh!! Wabbits! Wabbits! Guns! Wabbits! Twaps! Cawwots! Wabbits! Wabbits! Wabbits! Wabbits! Wabbits!
Bugs: Can i imaginate anybody act like my dad. You know! I think it's a guy screwy!
Bugs: What's Up, Doc?
Elmer: Shhh! It's a wabbit down here. And i going to catch him
This cartoon won a Academy Award Nomination for Best Short Subject - Cartoons 1940 but lost by The Milky Way (MGM).
The Blue Ribbon version of this cartoon was named The Wild Hare. In fact, the name Carole Lombard was replaced by Barbara Stanwick in this version. The only times was include with the Carole Lombard line was in the Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4 laserdisc now out-of print today and the special What's Up, Doc?: A Salute to Bugs Bunny air originally in TNT in 1990
This is the very first Bugs Bunny cartoon, but he's appear without have a real name