Post by heyyouflatfoot on Jan 4, 2008 12:55:03 GMT -5
I've seen those "Golden Collections" on amazon.com, etc. and they look pretty good. I wish they'd just release Bugs-only DVD's, however, and not mix in all the other stuff.
I've got the following episodes from my VHS transfers (let me see if I can remember them all - eh-ehm!):
Haiawatha's Wabbit Hunt A Hare Grows in Manhattan Wackiki Wabbit Falling Hare Rabbit Punch Hair-Raising Hare Wabbit Trouble The Unruly Hare Tortoise Wins By A Hare The Tortoise and the Hare Hare Conditioned Little Red Riding Rabbit Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears Hare-um Scare-um Hare Tonic Hare-Brained Hypnotist Hare Trigger Hare Ribbin' Easter Yeggs Hurdy Gurdy Hare Baseball Bugs Bugs Bunny Gets The Boid' Super Rabbit Acrobatty Bunny Hare Remover Old Gray Hare Elmer's Pet Rabbit Hare Force Gorilla My Dreams
... I've got 5 others which, at the moment, I can't recall by title.
Thanks. I'll keep an eye out for those future releases.
The cartoon with Bugs Bunny, the Sheriff of Notting ham, Little John who constantly announces the anticipated arrival of Robin Hood, and ultimately Errol Flynn as Robin Hood was Rabbit Hood, released in 1949, after WWII.
Bugs and "Nature Boy" the aborigine, was Bushy Hare. made in 1949 and released in 1950.
I think the trippy one that you are referring to is The Big Snooze(1946), in which Elmer decides he's had enough of Bug's tricks, rips up his contract and goes fishing. He falls asleep as as he dreams of serene scenes, Bugs invades his sleep and gives him nightmares about being run over by a train consisting of baby rabbits, and about being chased by Hollywood wolves while dressed in drag.