The Pseudo-Latin names given for Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner used in Beep, Beep! are Accelerati incredibilus (Road Runner) and Carnivorous vulgaris (Wile E. Coyote).
French Rarebit can be found (uncut) on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 2.
When French Rarebit aired on ABC, the scene where the two French chefs clobber each other with a mallet and a meat cleaver was shortened. Also cut was the scene where Bugs inserts a stick of dynamite into a carrot before placing the carrot with the two chefs into "La Oven".
French Rarebit is 7 minutes long.
French Rarebit was released on June 30, 1951.
The Nickelodeon version of Beep, Beep! cut the brief shot of Wile E. Coyote swallowing the pack of Acme aspirin before waving pathetically as he falls.
Beep, Beep! is 6 minutes 45 seconds long.
Beep, Beep! was released on May 24, 1952.