List of Bugs Bunny cartoons

This is a list of the various animated cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny. He starred in over 160 theatrical animated short films of the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series produced by Warner Bros., and was voiced by vocal artist Mel Blanc. Also listed are the cartoons featuring the earlier character that evolved into Bugs Bunny (also known as "Happy Rabbit"), as well as those produced after the golden age of American animation.

Bugs Bunny shorts in chronological order by release dateEdit

Legend
LT
stands for Looney Tunes
MM
stands for Merrie Melodies
*
1947 & 1962 Bugs Bunny Cartoons not directed by Chuck Jones.
**
1955, 1960 & 1961 Bugs Bunny Cartoons not directed by Robert McKimson.

1938Edit

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1947*Edit

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1955**Edit

  • Beanstalk Bunny (February 12, 1955, MM) - Directed by Jones; with Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
  • Sahara Hare (March 26, 1955, LT) - Directed by Freleng; with Yosemite Sam; cameo by Daffy Duck
  • Hare Brush (May 7, 1955, MM) - Directed by Freleng; with Elmer Fudd
  • Rabbit Rampage (June 11, 1955, LT) - Directed by Jones; cameo by Elmer Fudd
  • This Is a Life? (July 9, 1955, MM) - Directed by Freleng; with Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd, and Granny
  • Hyde and Hare (August 27, 1955, LT) - Directed by Freleng
  • Knight-mare Hare (October 1, 1955, MM) - Directed by Jones
  • Roman Legion-Hare (November 12, 1955, LT) - Directed by Freleng; with Yosemite Sam

1956Edit

1957Edit

1958Edit

1959Edit

1960**Edit

  • Horse Hare (February 13, 1960, LT) - Directed by Freleng; with Yosemite Sam
  • Person to Bunny (April 1, 1960, MM) - Directed by Freleng; with Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
  • Rabbit's Feat (June 4, 1960, LT) - Directed by Jones; with Wile E. Coyote
  • From Hare to Heir (September 3, 1960, MM) - Directed by Freleng; with Yosemite Sam
  • Lighter Than Hare (December 17, 1960, MM) - Directed by Freleng; with Yosemite Sam

1961**Edit

  • The Abominable Snow Rabbit (May 20, 1961, LT) - Directed by Jones; with Daffy Duck
  • Compressed Hare (July 29, 1961, MM) - Directed by Jones; with Wile E. Coyote
  • Prince Violent (September 2, 1961, LT) - Directed by Freleng; with Yosemite Sam; later renamed Prince Varmint for television broadcasts

1962*Edit

  • Wet Hare (January 20, 1962, LT) - Directed by McKimson; with Blacque Jacque Shellacque
  • Bill of Hare (June 9, 1962, MM) - Directed by McKimson; with the Tasmanian Devil
  • Shishkabugs (December 8, 1962, LT) - Directed by Freleng; with Yosemite Sam

1963Edit

1964Edit

Post-golden age media featuring Bugs BunnyEdit

DocumentariesEdit

Compilation filmsEdit

TV specialsEdit

TV seriesEdit

ShortsEdit

WebtoonsEdit

Live-action / animated filmsEdit

Direct-to-videoEdit

CameosEdit

ShortsEdit

FilmsEdit

TV specialsEdit

TV seriesEdit

  • Taz-Mania (1991; 1993), voiced by Greg Burson; episodes "A Devil of a Job" and "Wacky Wombat"[36]
  • Animaniacs (1993-1994; 1997), voiced by Greg Burson; episodes "Video Review," "The Warners 65th Anniversary Special" and "Back in Style"[37]
  • Histeria! (1998), voiced by Billy West; episodes "The Wild West," "The U.S. Civil War - Part II" and "Great Heroes of France"[38]

Direct-to-videoEdit

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