The Daffy Duck Show (1978)

Season 1 Episode 31

Show #31

Aired Saturday 12:30 PM Jun 14, 1979 on NBC
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Episode Summary

Show #31
Baby Buggy Bunny - featuring Bugs Bunny Baby Face Finster, a midget-sized bank robber, looses his stolen money bags down Bugs' rabbit hole. To get the money back, he disguises himself as a baby, and manages to trick Bugs into adopting him. Hyde and Hare - featuring Bugs Bunny The timid Dr. Jekyll adopts Bugs as a pet. Soon, the doctor starts changing into the scary Mr. Hyde, and tries to kill Bugs. Knight-mare Hare - featuring Bugs Bunny Bugs gets hit on the head by a falling apple, and wakes up in the Middle Ages, where he has to face an angry knight.moreless
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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (4)

    • Knight-mare Hare was the first film in which the director was credited as Chuck Jones, rather than Charles or Charles M. Jones.

    • You can play Hyde Bugs, a game based on the short Hyde and Hare in the Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal video game.

    • Clips from Baby Buggy Bunny, using the tall dark stranger part, were used in the 1980 special The Bugs Bunny Mystery Special.

    • The 2006 film Little Man, employs a storyline similar to the one seen in Baby Buggy Bunny, and on January 22, 2007, was given a Razzie nomination for Worst Remake or Rip-off for shamelessly ripping off this storyline, which it went on to "win".

  • QUOTES (6)

  • NOTES (10)

    • Knight-mare Hare is available on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4 DVD box set.

    • Knight-mare Hare is 7 minutes long.

    • Knight-mare Hare was released on October 1, 1955.

    • Hyde and Hare is 7 minutes long.

    • Hyde and Hare was released on August 27, 1955.

    • The Cartoon Network and FOX's Merrie Melodies Show version of Baby Buggy Bunny merely cut the part where Finster draws a gun on Bugs and Bugs foolishly thinks it's a toy (until he gets shot in the face).

    • Some syndicated airings of Baby Buggy Bunny on local TV stations merely shorten the part where Babyface Finster is shaken after Bugs catches him trying to get the purse full of money.

    • On ABC, the following cuts were made to Baby Buggy Bunny:

      The part where Babyface Finster draws a gun on Bugs and Bugs foolishly thinking it's a toy (until he gets shot in the face).

      The part where Bugs, having learned Finster's identity, shakes Finster after catching him trying to get the purse full of money atop the bookshelf. This was to keep from promoting Shaken Baby Syndrome, or SBS.

      The part where Bugs, having learned Finster's identity, puts Finster in the washing machine after handling the "dirty" money, throwing Finster up to the ceiling, and letting him fall flat on his face. The edited version is done in such a way, it looks like Finster just fell off the bookshelf.

    • Baby Buggy Bunny is 7 minutes long.

    • Baby Buggy Bunny was released in 1954.


    • "You... are a mental case!":

      During Hyde and Hare, when Bugs first sees Mr. Hyde, he says Ralph Kramden's line to him, "You... are a mental case!", from The Honeymooners.

    • "I wish my brother George was here"

      In Hyde and Hare, Bugs utters the phrase, "I wish my brother George was here" as he sits down to play a piano. The reference was to Liberace, who had a brother George.