Bugs Bunny is the undisputed king of the Warner Bros. cartoon world. Bugs' endless supply of carrots, relentlessly smart-aleck nature and trademark catchphrase — "Eh, what's up, doc?" — have entertained generations of kids and grownups. He won an Academy Award® in 1958 and has starred in numerous full-length feature films, more than 175 animated shorts, and several primetime TV specials. Whether he's singing Wagnerian opera, stealing carrots from the Sheriff of Nottingham, stowing away on a rocket ship to Mars or taking the stage as a concert pianist, Bugs always comes out ahead! Bugs Bunny, Vol. 1 Wiki
1 - Acrobatty Bunny / What's Up, Doc?
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
2 - French Rarebit / Gorilla My Dreams
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
3 - Hare Conditioned / Hare Do
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
4 - A Hare Grows In Manhattan / Hare Tonic
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
5 - Hillbilly Hare / Long-Haired Hare
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. Jones
6 - The Rabbit of Seville / Rabbit Seasoning
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
7 - Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid / What's Opera, Doc?
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
8 - Easter Yeggs / Wabbit Twouble
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
9 - Bugs Bunny & the Three Bears / Bugs Bunny Rides Again
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
10 - Baseball Bugs / Show Biz Bugs
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
|1||Acrobatty Bunny / What's Up, Doc?||14:58||USD 1.99||Download|
|2||French Rarebit / Gorilla My Dreams||14:45||USD 1.99||Download|
|3||Hare Conditioned / Hare Do||14:46||USD 1.99||Download|
|4||A Hare Grows In Manhattan / Hare Tonic||16:42||USD 1.99||Download|
|5||Hillbilly Hare / Long-Haired Hare||15:00||USD 1.99||Download|
|6||The Rabbit of Seville / Rabbit Seasoning||14:18||USD 1.99||Download|
|7||Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid / What's Opera,||14:17||USD 1.99||Download|
|8||Easter Yeggs / Wabbit Twouble||15:38||USD 1.99||Download|
|9||Bugs Bunny & the Three Bears / Bugs Bunn||14:23||USD 1.99||Download|
|10||Baseball Bugs / Show Biz Bugs||14:37||USD 1.99||Download|
Very disappointed. Although that color is of good quality... The resolution and frame rate on this is so slow that pirated YouTube videos look better. Pixelated and jerky motion. The frame rate is so slow the audio doesn’t seem to lip sync! I’m very glad I only purchased one episode, or else I’d request a refund.
Oh bling o Brookfield d
way better than STAR WARS
I'm not expecting Imax quality, but even on an iPad this is so pixelated it looks pirated. There are uploads on YouTube taken from VHS tape that look better than this. These cartoons are fantastic, but at this quality, a better version has to be offered.
I'm showing my age -- Looney Tunes taught me big band music, some basic story telling techniques, and of course opera (there's another episode on ITunes with the Barber of Seville), as Rocky & Bullwinkle taught me politics and wit. Ok right, What's Opera Doc mixes up several Wagner operas (from The Ring, Tannhauser, etc.) but seriously, does it matter? Wouldn't you rather watch and listen tothe 10 minutes of this great cartoon with great music than 6-plus of Parsifal?
First of all let me say, I LOVE BUGS BUNNY. I LOVE LOONEY TOONS. … now that being said… Let me explain why only two stars (and should be one maybe). These are NOT REMASTERED! This is a poor transfer of these shorts. The animation seems to be sluggish and the animation lines are jagged. It’s really bad. Warner Bros. needs to remaster these… until they do, I would save your money! I wish I did.
The quality of these transfers is unbelievably bad. It has tarnished my image of the iTunes Store. Very disappointing.
This is cool.
Why are these so low-res, especially when other collections are better (Bugs' whiskers are _horribly_ pixellated in Rabbit of Seville!), plus you're forced to buy 2 at once for no discount (not even the whole collection's discounted, either), and the files won't separate them, which means you "get" to manually find the 2nd cartoon if you ever want to watch just it! It's a good thing they didn't pull these shenanigans in subsequent collections, but because this was the first they wasted a lot of the best ones like Rabbit of Seville! It continues to amaze me how corporations find ways to muck it up for the consumer! I'd copy them from Blu-Ray or split apart the cartoons from these double files myself if that were _legal_! Thanks for _nothing_, corporate media oligarchy!
"We didin't make them for kids." This was what the Warner Bros. animators said about the theatrical short films of Bugs Bunny and Looney Tunes, many of which, as a result of decades of exposure on children's television, deserve to be ranked as perennial classics of children's cinema alongside "The Wizard of Oz", "The Red Balloon", and way too many Disney films to list. This and other Looney Tunes collections on iTunes add up to family entertainment at its best - full of memorable films that every kid ought to see!