The Bugs Bunny Show

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Episode Guide

  • Season 1
    • Episode #1
      Episode #1
      Episode 1
      10/11/60
      9.4
      Bugs introduces everyone, except Daffy who is always attempting to appear on the show. Cartoons Include: Rabbit Every Monday: Yosemite Sam tries catch a rabbit to have for dinner. When he stumbled upon Bugs' hole, Sam attempts to cook him.A Mouse Divided: Sylvester and his wife got a mouse for a son. Tree For Two: Spike and Chester wants to go around scare cats, so they bumped into Sylvester and start chasing him.moreless
    • While Bugs Bunny sleeps a circus comes to town and leaves a Lion's cage on top of his home. Directed by: Robert McKimson Bugs Bunny gets a call from "Disassociated Press" asking for his life story. Directed by: Robert McKimson
    • Episode #2
      Episode #2
      Episode 2
      10/18/60
      8.1
      Bugs is talking about the sponsors who pay substantial money to support his television program. So, the greedy Rocky decides to gain access to sponsorship dollars by going into the television business. Cartoons Include: Putty Tat Trouble: Tweety is caught between two cats who want to eat him. Wise Quackers: Daffy the salesman tries to sale Elmer Fudd a futuristic house. Speedy Gonzales: Speedy wants to help the starving mice by stealing cheese at the guarded factory where Sylvester works.moreless
    • Bugs falls out of a crate of U.S.A. carrots in Paris. Directed by: Robert McKimson Bugs is adrift at sea in a barrel when he suddenly finds an island. Directed by: Robert McKimson
    • Episode #3
      Episode #3
      Episode 3
      10/25/60
      9.7
      SEASON 1 Bugs Bunny introduces the host for this show, Pepe Le Pew, who is in an apartment in Paris. Wild Over You: Pepe steps onto his balcony and gestures for the viewer to gaze upon the romance-filled parks and streets of the city. "Yes, love is everywhere, even at the cinema." The cinema's feature, a love-story located in a Parisian zoological exhibition, stars Pepe Le Pew. Go Fly a Kit: The affairs of the heart between a flying cat and his landed paramour. Mouse Warming: Between two young mice of opposing wall holes in a Claude Cat household.moreless
    • Bugs is told that he's being transferred to the taxidermy department to be stuffed. Directed by: Charles M. Jones Elmer Fudd hunts for Bugs with an army surplus "wabbit detector." Directed by: Friz Freleng
    • Episode #4
      Episode #4
      Episode 4
      11/1/60
      7.6
      SEASON 1 Wile E. Coyote's chase of the Road Runner has extended into the studio where Bugs is trying to host his show. Two Road Runner cartoons are thus featured, involving Wile E.'s schemes to explode bridges crossed or expected to be crossed by the Road Runner, drop an anvil and a dynamite-laced barrel on the rapid bird, and generate Road Runner-killing tornadoes. Whoa Be-Gone!: Wile E. Coyote tries to use a killer tornado to catch the Road Runner. Gee Whiz-z-z-z!: Wile E. Coyote uses a rocket to catch up to the Road Runner and capture him. To Itch His Own: Angelo the Mighty Flea ran away from the circus to find a dog to settle in.moreless
    • Now a Hollywood star, Bugs tells a reporter of his humble beginnings on the east side of New York. Directed by: Friz Freleng Elmer Fudd takes Bugs home for his "wabbit stew". Directed by: Charles M. Jones
    • Episode #5
      Episode #5
      Episode 5
      11/8/60
      9.0
      SEASON 1 Desperate to appear on the show as the feature performer, Daffy dresses as a Hawaiian, a musketeer, and a knight, but his costume is deemed inappropriate by Bugs for each cartoon about to commence. Canary Row: Sylvester seeks to enter the Broken Arms Hotel, wherein no cats are permitted, to snatch Tweety from hotel guest Granny. Knights Must Fall: Bugs jousts with a short-tempered knight in a medieval tournament. For Scent-imental Reasons:Pepe Le Pew is in a perfume store in pursuit of a cat believed by him to be a skunk.moreless
    • HILLBILLY HARE -- Bugs makes a wrong turn and ends up in the Ozarks where he meets the end-barrels of two hillbillies. He dresses up and fools them into thinking he's a female hillbilly at a square dance. When he takes over the directions of the square dancing he directs the two into a bunch of violent routines. Directed by: Robert McKimson / LONG-HAIRED HARE -- An egg rolls into Sniffles house and when it hatches he adopts the bird thinking it is a chicken. As the bird grows up Sniffles discovers it is actually a hawk. Since hawks eat rodents Sniffles becomes very scared. The hawk tries to eat him several times but decides against it and tells Sniffles there is a certain kind of hawk that doesn't eat rodents so they become friends again. Directed by: Charles M. Jonesmoreless
    • Episode #6
      Episode #6
      Episode 6
      11/15/60
      0.0
      SEASON 1 In a musical competition between cartoon features of Bugs at war with a soprano, Sylvester buffeted by tidal waves in his quest for Tweety, and two mice conspiring a house cat, Daffy plays drums and Bugs imitates "Frankie doing an imitation of Rickie imitating Elvis." Their loud music disturbs Yosemite Sam, who is in a neighboring building and trying to sleep. Sam angrily runs into the Bugs Bunny Show studio and destroys Bugs and Daffy's musical instruments. Long-Haired Hare: Bugs meets an opera singer named Giovanni Jones and wages war against for him for all the beatings Bugs took. Mouse Wreckers: Hubie and Bertie plan to scare Claude Cat out of the house in order to move in without any problems. Sandy Claws: Tweety and Granny go to the beach, and Sylvester tries to catch Tweety.moreless
    • Elmer's hunting for Bugs lands them both on stage at the Hollywood Bowl. Directed by: Charles M. Jones Elmer is hunting both Daffy and Bugs again. Directed by: Charles M. Jones
    • Episode #7
      Episode #7
      Episode 7
      11/22/60
      0.0
      SEASON 1 Daffy disguises himself as Bugs to host the show, but a sheepdog, walks into the studio hoping to catch the bunny-rabbit he saw on tv the previous week. Daffy, dressed as Bugs, is chased by the dog, while (the real) Bugs off stage, introduces cartoons. Tweety's S.O.S.: Sylvester has stow away onto the cruise to catch Tweety. Bully For Bugs: Bugs ends up in the middle of a bull fight in Mexico. One Froggy Evening: A New York construction worker encounters Michigan J. Frog, and has decided to make a fortune out of the singing frog.moreless
    • Beakey Buzzard's mother sends him out on a mission to bring back a rabbit for their nest. Directed by: Robert Clampett Elmer Fudd is hunting Bugs Bunny and chases him into an opera acting out their characters. Directed by: Charles M. Jones
    • Episode #8
      Episode #8
      Episode 8
      11/29/60
      0.0
      SEASON 1 Daffy wants to host the show like always. So, he get rid of all others from the stage. Including Pepe, Elmer, and Bugs. Scent-imental Romeo: At the zoo, Pepe Le Pew meets a female cat masquerading as a skunk, and starts chasing her around. Scaredy Cat: Porky Pig and Sylvester spend the night sleeping in a haunted house. My Bunny Lies Over the Sea: Angus McCrory challenges Bugs to a game of golf.moreless
    • Bugs helps out the exhausted Easter bunny by taking his place for the day. Directed by: Robert McKimson While camping, Elmer Fudd runs into the menacing Bugs Bunny. Directed by: Robert Clampett
    • Episode #9
      Episode #9
      Episode 9
      12/6/60
      0.0
      SEASON 1 Tweety is the host of a show that has two birds who are in trouble. So Tweety can be safe from Sylvester, Bugs hangs his cage from the stage ceiling. Bunker Hill Bunny: Bugs and Yosemite Sam are fighting in a Revolutionary War. Golden Yeggs: Daffy is tricked into believing he laid the golden egg. And then he gets captured by the Rocky and the mafia. Each Dawn I Crow: John Rooster is worried that Elmer Fudd will chop his head off with an axe.moreless
    • The three bears set a trap to catch goldilocks, but their carrot soup attracts Bugs early on and he grows wise to their plans... Directed by: Charles M. Jones A western show down of Bugs versus Yosemite Sam. Directed by: Friz Freleng
    • Episode #10
      Episode #10
      Episode 10
      12/13/60
      0.0
      SEASON 1 Yosemite Sam wants Bugs' hide! So with a gun in hand Sam comes to see The Bugs Bunny Show live as a spectator in the studio. Bugs deflects Sam's attempts. Kit For Cat with Sylvester and Elmer Fudd Mouse Mazurka with Sylvester Which is Witch? with Bugs Bunny and Dr. I. C. Spotsmoreless
    • Bugs takes on a team of Gorillas in this baseball comedy. Directed by: Friz Freleng Daffy is jealous that Bugs' show is more popular than his own. Daffy tries to attract a larger audience but is unsuccessful. Directed by: Friz Freleng
    • Episode #11
      Episode #11
      Episode 11
      12/20/60
      0.0
      SEASON 1 Bugs introduces Porky Pig as the host for the show. Porky is pestered by Charlie Dog, who is looking for a master. Charlie does his routine and Porky does his introduction. All Abir-r-rd: Tweety is aboard on the train, and Sylvester is trying to catch Tweety. Two's a Crowd: Claude Cat attempts to get rid of Frisky Puppy in the house. The Hasty Hare: Bugs Bunny gets shot to the moon, and he must stop Marvin Martian and K-9 from trying to destroy the Earth.moreless
    • Episode #12
      Episode #12
      Episode 12
      12/27/60
      0.0
      SEASON 1 George P. Dog is introduced by Bugs as the emcee for this episode, but Foghorn Leghorn decides that he would be a better emcee and pushes the dog aside. While an interview with Bugs is being shown to the audience by Foghorn Leghorn. What's Up, Doc? with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd Early to Bet with the Gambling Bug Pop 'im Pop! with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hoppermoreless
    • Episode #13
      Episode #13
      Episode 13
      1/3/61
      0.0
      SEASON 1 Sylvester is introduced by Bugs as host for the show and is applauded by his son, Junior, who is sitting on a crate containing Hippety Hopper, whom they, as usual, mistake for a giant mouse. A-Lad-in His Lamp with Bugs Bunny and Smoky the Genie A Fractured Leghorn with Foghorn Leghorn Dog Gone South with Charlie Dog and Colonel Shufflemoreless
    • Episode #14
      Episode #14
      Episode 14
      1/10/61
      0.0
      SEASON 1 Elmer Fudd is host and tries to sing, but when the notes on his sheet music run off of their page and remind him of his July 4 picnic that ended with an army of ants. Sylvester, outside of the studio, wears boots and sings "tra-la-la" is noisily stomping up and down a wooden stairwell. Ant Pasted with Elmer Fudd The Fair-Haired Hare with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam I Gopher You with the Goofy Gophersmoreless
    • Episode #15
      Episode #15
      Episode 15
      1/17/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #16
      Episode #16
      Episode 16
      1/24/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #17
      Episode #17
      Episode 17
      1/31/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #18
      Episode #18
      Episode 18
      2/7/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #19
      Episode #19
      Episode 19
      2/14/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #20
      Episode #20
      Episode 20
      2/21/60
      0.0
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    • Episode #21
      Episode #21
      Episode 21
      2/28/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #22
      Episode #22
      Episode 22
      3/7/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #23
      Episode #23
      Episode 23
      3/14/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #24
      Episode #24
      Episode 24
      3/21/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #25
      Episode #25
      Episode 25
      3/28/61
      0.0
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    • Episode #26
      Episode #26
      Episode 26
      4/4/61
      0.0
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