Who Framed Roger Rabbit: This movie is the only time Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny have appeared on screen together. Since the film was being produced by Disney, Warner Bros. would only allow the use of their most popular character (Bugs Bunny) on one condition: Bugs Bunny should not have an equal amount of screen time as Disney’s biggest star, Mickey Mouse. Because of this, both characters are almost always together when they were on screen.
Carrots: Bugs Bunny’s staple. When Mel Blanc did the voice for Bugs Bunny, he had to make the sound of eating a carrot. They experimented with all sorts of things for him to chew, like celery, but nothing else sounded like a carrot except a carrot. That’s why Blanc chewed real carrots, and spat them out after reading his lines – because according to rumors, Blanc was actually allergic to carrots.
Happy rabbit: Bugs Bunny’s first “name.” His first appearance in Porky’s Hare Hunt features Porky the Pig and his dog hunting for rabbits, and the as-yet-unnamed rabbit outsmarts him to avoid getting caught. At the time, his appearance and personality hadn’t been completely decided upon. Bugs Bunny went through numerous redesigns; he used to be white instead of gray, his body looked a lot more like an actual rabbit, and they alternated between giving him huge buck teeth and no teeth at all.
Alter reality at will: This is something Bugs Bunny can do. He can bend and twist the laws of physics at his whim. Also, he is one of the smartest cartoon characters in the universe, constantly outwitting his adversary. However, these powers only work if he uses them for good. As soon as he tries to be evil or selfish, his powers disappear.
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