THAT'S WARNER BROS.!/THE BUGS N' DAFFY SHOW


Written by Jon Cooke and Kevin McCorry

When the Warner Brothers' Television Network, the WB, began broadcasting in 1995, with a 'Kids' WB!' assortment of animated cartoon programs, it seemed logical that the offering should feature the classic Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons for which Warner Brothers' animation division is famous. Thus, a new package of the classic cartoon shorts was assembled under the title of That's Warner Bros.!. 65 episodes were compiled and aired weekday mornings or afternoons, depending on the wish of individual WB Network affiliates, alongside reruns of Animaniacs. The majority of cartoon shorts on That's Warner Bros.! were those which had previously been airing on the Nickelodeon cable television network. Each half-hour installment consisted of three cartoon shorts and one "Hip Clip". "Hip Clips" were excerpts of varying length pulled from certain cartoons to fill time.

The opening to That's Warner Bros.! was mostly the same as the one that was used on the Fox Network's version of Merrie Melodies (1992-4). The differences were a new, jazzy music playing as Bugs proceeds through the Warner production facilities to a particular studio and, of course, the That's Warner Bros.! logo replacing the one for Merrie Melodies. Unlike Merrie Melodies, however, each That's Warner Bros.! episode did not always feature a Bugs Bunny cartoon short.

After one season, the television show was updated. Its title was changed to The Bugs N' Daffy Show and given a new, catchy theme song, as Daffy and Bugs sing about the "stars" of the television show. The new song went like this:

    "My name is Daffy Duck.
    And boy are you in luck.
    'Cause I'm the greatest; I'm the best.
    You can't help but be impressed.
    Along with Bugs and all the rest...
    On the Bugs N' Daffy Show.
    Curtain up and lights aglow.
    Places, folks, 'cause here we go.
    It's the Bugs N' Daffy Show.
    Starring Daffy Duck!
    Marvin the Martian, Tweety, and Sylvester...
    Porky the Pig and Elmer Fudd here too...
    Foghorn Leghorn, Barnyard Dog...
    Yosemite Sam and Michigan Frog...
    Speedy Gonzales runs amok.
    I'm the star, I'm Daffy Duck!
    Someone hit the lights.
    We just love opening nights.
    Costumes, make-up, props, and sets...
    Song and dance, and hot duets.
    No Romeos or Juliets.
    It's comedy all the way.
    Time to laugh. So, let's begin.
    Notify your next of kin.
    Daffy Duck is starring in the Bugs and Daf...
    Make 'em laugh!
    The Bugs N' Daffy Show!
    Prepare to be blown away!"
Format remained the same as that of That's Warner Bros.!, except that the cartoons were no longer broadcast with their opening credits. They instead aired with a still frame of each cartoon short's title card and instrumental music rendering of a phrase in the Bugs N' Daffy theme song playing over it. The order of episodes and cartoon shorts remained the same, with one notable exception: the Three Bears cartoon, "The Bee-Deviled Bruin", was pulled from Shows 24 and 54, presumably for violent content, and replaced by "Beanstalk Bunny" in Show 24 and by "What's Up, Doc?" in Show 54.

In late 1996, the WB Network introduced a package of classic cartoons for broadcast on its Saturday morning line-up. The Daffy Duck Show premiered, replacing the low-rated Freakazoid series. The Daffy Duck Show had the same format as The Bugs N' Daffy Show, except that a new "hip" opening was added featuring Daffy asking, "Hey, bud, ever see a duck jam?" Fortunately, this annoying opening only lasts a mere thirty seconds. Each Daffy Show featured two Daffy Duck cartoons and, in between them, a cartoon featuring various supporting characters (e.g. Elmer Fudd, Tweety and Sylvester, Foghorn Leghorn), along with a "Hip Clip". Unlike Bugs N' Daffy at the time, The Daffy Duck Show was able to show Warner Brothers' cartoons made before 1948, cartoons which had previously been owned by Ted Turner. The 1996 merger of Warner Brothers and Turner Entertainment gave to the WB Network access to an additional number of cartoon shorts to air as part of The Daffy Duck Show, and the WB's collection of post-1948 cartoons soon found their way onto Warner Brothers' cartoon blocks on Cartoon Network, TNT, and TBS.

Like all of the other networks, the WB was no stranger to the practice of cartoon-editing-for-content. Gun gags were gone from cartoons like "Rabbit's Feat", "Barbary Coast Bunny", and "Ballot Box Bunny". Scenes that were considered too violent in other ways were also chopped, like Sylvester being electrified in "Lighthouse Mouse" and "Muzzle Tough". Single lines of dialogue were missing, such as Bugs' reference to Amos and Andy at the end of "Lighter Than Hare" and Daffy's, "So round, so firm, so fully packed, so easy on the draw," in "Book Review". The WB was also known to redirect cartoon shorts by changing the order of scenes. Its version of "A Star is Bored" was horribly mangled.

Some cartoons that the WB Network had the rights to show were not broadcast on That's Warner Bros.!/Bugs N' Daffy! "Rabbit Fire", "Rabbit Seasoning", and "Frigid Hare" never aired outside of "Hip Clips", and cartoons like "Horse Hare" and "A-Lad-in His Lamp" never aired in any form because of their stereotyped antagonists. The WB also did not run certain Speedy Gonzales cartoons to which it had access because they contain Mexican stereotypes. Happily, these cartoons have appeared on the Turner television networks, in many cases complete and uncut.

A second set of 65 Bugs N' Daffy episodes began telecast in September, 1997. The WB Network retained the rights to the same post-1948 titles that it had been telecasting for the previous two years, and added first-run pre-1948 cartoons to compose new episodes. At least one pre-1948 cartoon aired per installment. Due to the slightly longer length of the pre-1948 cartoons, the "Hip Clips" no longer appeared in every show. Also, scenes in many of these pre-1948 cartoons were edited for content by the WB Network censors.

The WB Network dropped Bugs N' Daffy from its regular schedule for the 1998-9 television season. Bugs N' Daffy did remain on a few WB Network affilates as a replacement for Tiny Toon Adventures, which aired on the WB Network too close to Nickelodeon's broadcasts thereof in those areas. Although The Bugs N' Daffy Show was no longer a regular network television series, the classic cartoon shorts reappeared on a limited basis on the WB. On August 28, 1998 was a special called The Marvin the Martian Mini-Marathon in honor of Marvin's fiftieth birthday. The cartoons shown were "Haredevil Hare", "Hare-Way to the Stars", and "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century". On January 16, 1999, the WB Network introduced a new, 90-minute television series titled The Cat and Birdie Warneroonie Pinky Brainy Big Cartoonie Show, which included a variety of cartoons from the WB Network's library of programs, including Bugs N' Daffy, The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, Animaniacs, and Pinky and the Brain. "Boobs in the Woods" and "Ballot Box Bunny" aired on January 16, "Pop 'im Pop!" and "Beanstalk Bunny" were broadcast on January 23, "Bedevilled Rabbit" and "Often an Orphan" were seen on January 30, and "Hare-Way to the Stars" was shown on February 6. After that, the WB trimmed the 90-minute television program to a half hour and dropped the Bugs N' Daffy cartoons.

The Cartoonie Show returned to the weekday and Saturday line-up in the 1999-2000 season. Name was changed to The Cat and Bunny Warneroonie Super Looney Big Cartoonie Show. The cartoons from Bugs N' Daffy returned, and segments from Tiny Toon Adventures were added. Each of the new episodes featured a theme (school, swimming, Hollywood, cats, etc.) and was hosted by two new characters named Karen and Kirby. The revamped Cartoonie Show did not generate much interest and was quickly dropped from the Saturday schedule. The television show did not appear on the WB Network's 2000-1 Saturday morning slate, and the installments from which the cartoon segments originated were moved to the Cartoon Network.

Season 1 
The WB Network revived the format of Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends (1990-4) for use in its own 13-week and 65-installment cartoon compilation series, That's Warner Bros.!. As is the case with Merrie Melodies, there are interesting connections between cartoons in same or daily/weekly consecutive shows of That's Warner Bros.!.

The cartoons in the first week of That's Warner Bros.! were "One Froggy Evening", "Ballot Box Bunny", and "A Broken Leghorn" of Show 1; "Backwoods Bunny", "Daffy Duck Hunt", and "Feed the Kitty" of Show 2; "Curtain Razor", "No Barking", and "Bear Feat" of Show 3; "Beanstalk Bunny", "Mixed Master", and "Lumber Jerks" of Show 4; and "Lovelorn Leghorn", "Birds of a Father", and "What's Up, Doc?" of Show 5. A beanstalk is a towering floral growth similar to a tree though not of the same color and composition; the similarity is sufficient, however, to connect "Beanstalk Bunny" with "Lumber Jerks". Circus feats are performed, with mixed success, by a high-diving dog in "Curtain Razor" and by the Three Bears in "Bear Feat". "No Barking" and "Mixed Master" have in common the element of the energetic canine, i.e. Frisky Puppy and Robert(a). Miss Prissy is teased by her fellow hens in both "A Broken Leghorn" and "Lovelorn Leghorn". Sylvester's encounter with an irate badminton player in "Birds of a Father" foreshadows his and Tweety's participation in the game of rackets and shuttlecocks in Show 6's "Bad Ol' Putty Tat" in week 2. Bugs and Elmer perform on a stage in "What's Up, Doc?" and in Show 6's "The Rabbit of Seville". Entry into show business is difficult for both the construction worker in "One Froggy Evening" and young Bugs in "What's Up, Doc?".

Week 2's constituent cartoons were "The Rabbit of Seville", "Bad Ol' Putty Tat", and "A Waggily Tale" of Show 6; "Boobs in the Woods", "The Egg-Cited Rooster", and "Much Ado About Nutting" of Show 7; "Yankee Doodle Bugs", "Martian Through Georgia", and "Fowl Weather" of Show 8; "Often an Orphan", "From A to Z-z-z-z", and "A Star is Bored" of Show 9; and "Bugs Bonnets", "Canary Row", and "The Mouse On 57th Street" of Show 10. "The Rabbit of Seville" and Show 1's "One Froggy Evening" exactly one week earlier contain opera music. Ralph Phillips imitates General Douglas MacArthur in "From A to Z-z-z-z", as too does Bugs in "Bugs Bonnets". A theme of American patriotism associates Bugs' history lesson to Clyde in "Yankee Doodle Bugs" with the flag-carrying toy soldier used by Sylvester in "Fowl Weather". Bugs becomes a policeman in "Bugs Bonnets", there are two men of the law-enforcement vocation in "The Mouse On 57th Street", and the friendly alien of "Martian Through Georgia" is apprehended by two constables for parking his spacecraft in a no-parking zone. The alien in "Martian Through Georgia" is jailed, and a prison motif is present in "A Waggily Tale" ("I wonder what's going on behind the green door."). Farms are a shared setting of "Fowl Weather" and "Often an Orphan". Native Americans are referenced in "The Egg-Cited Rooster" by Henery Hawk's "Injun" costume, in "From A to Z-z-z-z" in Ralph Phillips' fantasy about a Pony Express delivery, and in "Bugs Bonnets" when Bugs acts like a warring Mohican.

Week 3 contained Show 11's "Gift Wrapped", "Aqua Duck", and "Barbary Coast Bunny"; Show 12's "Lighter Than Hare", "Chicken Jitters", and "Greedy For Tweety"; Show 13's "Mississippi Hare", "Weasel Stop", and "The Stupor Salesman"; Show 14's "The Wearing of the Grin", "Easy Peckins", and "Home Tweet Home"; and Show 15's "Scaredy Cat", "Cat Feud", and "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny". Daffy and Bugs fortuitously discover gold in "Aqua Duck" and "Barbary Coast Bunny" respectively. Daffy hallucinates an old-fashioned telephone with which he tries to contract "room service" while lost on a desert; the hotel desk clerk of Show 10's "Canary Row" answers the same style of telephone. San Francisco is the city most often associated with trolleys such as that in the closing scene of "Canary Row", and Bugs visits San Francisco in "Barbary Coast Bunny". These two cartoons also aired close to each other on The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour. Another auric motif: the pot o' gold in "The Wearing of the Grin". The playing of poker is common to "Barbary Coast Bunny", "Mississippi Hare", and Show 16's "Wild and Woolly Hare" in week 4. Sylvester remembers his youth in a scene in "Scaredy Cat", and "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny" concerns Bugs' memories of his own juvenile days. "Weasel Stop" and "Easy Peckins" are alike in their story of a raid upon a chicken farm by an interloper, the weasel and the fox.

The fourth week of That's Warner Bros.! was composed of "Wild and Woolly Hare", "Hippety Hopper", and "I Gopher You" in Show 16; "Fool Coverage", "Nelly's Folly", and "Prince Varmint" in Show 17; "Rabbit's Feat", "Cheese Chasers", and "A Kiddie's Kitty" in Show 18; "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century", "Feather Dusted", and "A Street Cat Named Sylvester" in Show 19; and "From Hare to Heir", "Daffy's Inn Trouble", and "Stooge For a Mouse" in Show 20. Captain Electronic in Outer Space is watched on television by Suzanne and Sylvester in "A Kiddie's Kitty", appropriately preceding "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century" of the next That's Warner Bros.! installment. Acquisition of riches is the objective for Duke Sam of Yosemite in "From Hare to Heir" and for Daffy in "Daffy's Inn Trouble". Frontier hotels are an aspect of "Daffy's Inn Trouble" and Show 21's "Claws For Alarm". Sylvester is fully bandaged by Suzanne in "A Kiddie's Kitty" and is bedridden with his leg in a cast in "A Street Cat Named Sylvester". A pesky mouse troubles Sylvester and a bulldog in both "Hippety Hopper" and "Stooge For a Mouse". One of the denizens of Nelly's jungle habitat in "Nelly's Folly" is an elephant, thus corresponding this cartoon with "Prince Varmint", which involves Viking (Yosemite) Sam's use of a pachyderm.

The cartoons included in week 5's episodes: "A Witch's Tangled Hare", "Mouse Mazurka", and "Claws For Alarm" of Show 21; "Robin Hood Daffy", "Bartholomew Versus the Wheel", and "Rabbit Every Monday" of Show 22; "Bedevilled Rabbit", "Muzzle Tough", and "Road to Andalay" of Show 23; "Bye, Bye, Bluebeard", "Fast Buck Duck", and "The Bee-Deviled Bruin" of Show 24; and "Hen House Henery", "Mouse-Placed Kitten", and "Big Top Bunny" of Show 25. "A Witch's Tangled Hare" and "Robin Hood Daffy" are both set in merry olde England. The east European locale of "Mouse Mazurka" is very close to "Big Top Bunny"'s Bruno the Bear's place of origin. Circus references are a connection between "Big Top Bunny", Show 27's "To Itch His Own", Show 28's "Bear Feat", and Show 30's "Gone Batty". Sylvester's disturbances of Porky's sleep in "Claws For Alarm" are reminiscent of the pajamaed Sam, Duke of Yosemite's frustration with Bugs as his disruptive houseguest in Show 20's "From Hare to Heir". "Fast Buck Duck" continues the trend of episodes of That's Warner Bros.! in these weeks to show a character seeking financial advancement and luxury.

Week 6 consisted of "Bill of Hare", "Cheese It- the Cat!", and "Snow Business" of Show 26; "Paying the Piper", "Hoppy Go Lucky", and "To Itch His Own" of Show 27; "Hare-Way to the Stars", "Go Fly a Kit", and "Bear Feat" of Show 28; "Goldimouse and the Three Cats", "Thumb Fun", and "Southern Fried Rabbit" of Show 29; and "Bully For Bugs", "Gone Batty", and "Naughty Neighbors" of Show 30. Daffy and Bugs share the same southward destination of travel in "Thumb Fun" and "Southern Fried Rabbit". "Paying the Piper" accords with "Too Hop to Handle" (Show 35 in week 7) in that both of these cartoons parody "The Pied Piper of Hamelin", which is a fairy tale of the same type as "Goldilocks and the Three Bears", which is itself spoofed in "Goldimouse and the Three Cats". Mice exit the coziness of their holes to seek food in "Cheese It- the Cat!" and "Snow Business". A sporting event attracts many spectators in both "Bully For Bugs" and "Gone Batty", and baseball is the basis of the story of "Gone Batty" and the ending gag of "Southern Fried Rabbit".

The seventh week of That's Warner Bros.! was composed of the following cartoons: "One Froggy Evening", "It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House", and "Banty Raids" of Show 31; "Crockett-Doodle-Do", "The Turn-Tale Wolf", and "Rabbit's Kin" of Show 32; "Putty Tat Trouble", "Goo Goo Goliath", and "The Iceman Ducketh" of Show 33; "Wild and Woolly Hare", "Ducking the Devil", and "The Pest That Came to Dinner" of Show 34; and "Hyde and Hare", "A Broken Leghorn", and "Too Hop to Handle" of Show 35. Urban park or zoo attendees are frightened by an unwelcome addition to their surroundings in "Hyde and Hare" and "Ducking the Devil", and a park is shown briefly in "Too Hop to Handle", "Putty Tat Trouble", and "One Froggy Evening". Tweety partakes in drinking a strange substance in "Putty Tat Trouble", as does Bugs in "Hyde and Hare". "Putty Tat Trouble" and The Iceman Ducketh" transpire in snowy surroundings. The little bunny relays to Bugs his impression of his voracious pursuer, Pete Puma, in "Rabbit's Kin", and Bugs similarly enacts the nature of Hyde for Jekyll in "Hyde and Hare". Zoos are shown in both "Goo Goo Goliath" and "Ducking the Devil"; white-plumed birds, storks and pigeons, are respective elements of "Goo Goo Goliath" and "Hyde and Hare"; and science is a shared theme of "Crockett- Doodle-Do" (Egghead Jr's interest) and "Hyde and Hare".

Week 8's installments were as follows: Show 36 with "False Hare", "Porky's Prize Pony", and "The Lion's Busy"; Show 37 with "A-Haunting We Will Go", "Fox Terror", and "Knights Must Fall"; Show 38 with "Don't Axe Me", "Dog Tales", and "Satan's Waitin'"; Show 39 with "Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare", "Cats and Bruises", and "Porky's Romance"; and Show 40 with "Dough For the Do-Do", "There Auto Be a Law", and "Rabbit Romeo". "Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare" follows by four That's Warner Bros.! shows "Hyde and Hare" of Show 35. Halloween-type horror in "A-Haunting We Will Go" and "Satan's Waitin'" connects with "Hyde and Hare" and the allusions to the Robert Louis Stevenson classic "bogey tale" in "Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare"; these episodes were all shown close to Halloween. Again is a park a setting, this week in a scene in "Dog Tales". Sylvester's hot rod Speedy-pursuing vehicle in "Cats and Bruises" alludes to the fast cars of "There Auto Be a Law". In "False Hare", Bugs remarks that the Club Del Canejo "rabbits' club" will, "...set rabbits back a thousand years," a suggestion of reversed evolution that aptly follows Bugs' regressive transmutation in Show 35's "Hyde and Hare". Affection of undesirable quality is foisted upon Porky Pig by Petunia in "Porky's Romance" and upon Bugs by gun-toting Elmer's Slobovian guest bunny, Millicent, in "Rabbit Romeo".

The contents of Week 9 were "Bugsy and Mugsy", "The Stupor Salesman", and "Catty Cornered" of Show 41; "Mother Was a Rooster", "The Unexpected Pest", and "Hot Cross Bunny" of Show 42; "The Wearing of the Grin", "The Dixie Fryer", and "Strife With Father" of Show 43; "The Slap-Hoppy Mouse", "A Peck o' Trouble", and "A Star is Bored" of Show 44; and "The Unmentionables", "Dough For the Do-Do", and "Ant Pasted" of Show 45. A rubber band is utilized by the military ants in "Ant Pasted" as a slingshot, and one of the denizens of Wackyland in "Dough For the Do-Do" is a "rubber band", musical that is. Show 41 was essentially "Looney Tunes fight crime", in that "Bugsy and Mugsy", "The Stupor Salesman", and "Catty Cornered" all contain criminal adversaries for the lead characters, Bugs, Daffy, and Tweety and Sylvester. Rocky and Mugsy were in two cartoons in this week's installments, "Bugsy and Mugsy" and "The Unmentionables". "Hot Cross Bunny" with its laboratory marks three consecutive weeks with cartoons possessing such a setting or allusion thereto, "Hyde and Hare" and "Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare" being the other cartoons of this sort in the preceding two weeks. "The Dixie Fryer" and "Strife With Father" feature carnivorous, bumbling birds: chicken hawks, sparrows, and Beaky Buzzard.

Week ten's cartoons were "Rebel Rabbit", "High Note", and "Scaredy Cat" of Show 46; "Tree Cornered Tweety", "The Henpecked Duck", and "Rabbit's Feat" of Show 47; "Rabbit Every Monday", "Wild Wild World", and "Boobs in the Woods" of Show 48; "Good Noose", "Each Dawn I Crow", and "Mississippi Hare" of Show 49; and "Hot Cross Bunny", "The Jet Cage", and "It's Hummer Time" of Show 50. The events of "Good Noose" and "Mississippi Hare" are situated on boats on which stowaways are severely punished. Daffy's predicament in "Good Noose" is correspondent with that of John Rooster in "Each Dawn I Crow", by both birds doing all that they can do to prevent death by the neck. Scientific and technological advancement is the shared theme of two cartoons in Show 50: "Hot Cross Bunny" and "The Jet Cage". Cat and bulldog are cemented to form a water fountain in "It's Hummer Time", and feline Rudolph collides with a water fountain in "Puss N' Booty" in Show 53 in week 11.

In week 11 were these cartoons: "Raw! Raw! Rooster", "Kiddin' the Kitten", and "Now Hare This" of Show 51; "Lighthouse Mouse", "Plane Dippy", and "Crockett-Doodle-Do" of Show 52; "Bully For Bugs", "Puss N' Booty", and "Corn Plastered" of Show 53; "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century", "The Pied Piper of Guadalupe", and "The Bee-Deviled Bruin" of Show 54; and "Dog Pounded", "Corn On the Cop", and "Bedevilled Rabbit" of Show 55. Little Red Riding Hood is a connection between "Now Hare This" and "Little Red Rodent Hood" in Show 60 in week 12. Aerial hijinks are a commonality of "The Jet Cage" of Show 50 and "Plane Dippy". "The Jet Cage"'s futuristic technology motif is an apt connection with "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century".

Week 12's cartoons consisted of "Bunker Hill Bunny", "Greedy For Tweety", and and "Porky's Cafe" of Show 56; "Robin Hood Daffy", "Rocket-Bye Baby", and "Hare-Way to the Stars" of Show 57; "Tweet and Sour", "Don't Axe Me", and "Sleepy-Time Possum" of Show 58; "Knights Must Fall", "The Film Fan", and "Tease For Two" of Show 59; and "Little Red Rodent Hood", "The Yolk's On You", and "Cat Feud" of Show 60. Sylvester and Daffy strive respectively to prevent their threatened demise in "Tweet and Sour" and "Don't Axe Me", both of which are set on a farm. "Rocket-Bye Baby" and "Hare-Way to the Stars" are science fiction cartoons with outer space as a setting to some extent; Daffy meets a cosmonaut in orbit around Earth in "Tease For Two". Sylvester and Daffy are respectively threatened with doom in "Tweet and Sour" (violin string factory) and "Don't Axe Me" (decapitation for the Fudd dinner table). "Robin Hood Daffy" and "Knights Must Fall" are medieval-period adventures for Daffy and Bugs, respectively. Gold is Daffy's desire in both "Tease For Two" and "The Yolk's On You". The bulldog in Show 63's "A Fox in a Fix" in week 13 uses the expression of, "The yolk's on you," in regard to an egg on the head of his fox foe, thus recalling the title of the second cartoon in installment 60.

The episodes of week thirteen: Show 61 with "Wideo Wabbit", "Tweety's S.O.S.", and "Strangled Eggs"; Show 62 with "Thumb Fun", "The Rebel Without Claws", and "Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare"; Show 63 with "Duck Amuck", "A Fox in a Fix", and "Claws For Alarm", Show 64 with "Spaced-Out Bunny", "Pop 'im Pop!", and "Suppressed Duck"; and Show 65 with "Southern Fried Rabbit", "A Bone For a Bone", and "Putty Tat Trouble". Sylvester, Tweety, and Granny are aboard a means of travel across an ocean in "Tweety's S.O.S.", and Daffy in "Duck Amuck" is given a sailor's uniform and sings, "Over the sea. Let's go, men..." Yet again are "Thumb Fun" and "Southern Fried Rabbit" near each other, with Daffy trying to travel to the American South and Bugs walking due south to Dixie in hope of hefty harvest of his favorite foodstuff. "The Rebel Without Claws" and "Southern Fried Rabbit" pertain to or reference the American Civil War.

Show # 1
In this show are violent electioneering between Bugs and Yosemite "Honest" Sam in a small town, a singing frog whose 
novelty and exquisite voice compel its discoverer to seek fame and fortune by exhibiting the tuneful amphibian to theatre 
patrons- for whom the frog declines to perform, and Foghorn Leghorn's floundering scheme to rid his barnyard of a baby 
rooster whose very existence threatens Foghorn's future.
"One Froggy Evening" with Michigan J. Frog
"Ballot Box Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Hip Clip" for "The Pest That Came to Dinner" with Porky Pig and Pierre Termite
"A Broken Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy

Show # 2
Bugs tunnels into the Ozark Mountains, where he is craved as meal meat by dimwit father and son buzzards, Porky Pig's
hunting expedition with his dog yields a black duck whose determination to avoid slaughter by his captors entails 
fostering mutual suspicion between Porky and pet, and gentle bulldog Marc Antony's wish to share his home with kitten 
Pussyfoot is complicated by his mistress' austere attitude about bringing new objects into their house.
"Backwoods Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Pappy, and Elvis
"Daffy Duck Hunt" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Feed the Kitty" with Marc Antony and Pussyfoot

Show # 3
Talent agent Porky views several oddball acts, including a wolf's self-destruction by ingesting a variety of explosive 
substances; Claude Cat confronts Frisky Puppy at a construction site and underneath a tree inhabited by Tweety; and Papa
Bear's aspirations to being a circus performer are ruined by his many-accident-causing son and by a decidedly out-of-date 
newspaper.
"Curtain Razor" with Porky Pig
"No Barking" with Claude Cat and Frisky Puppy
"Hip Clip" from "Bugsy and Mugsy" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Mugsy
"Bear Feat" with the Three Bears

Show # 4
Bugs and Daffy are captured by the titanic Elmer Fudd in a castle atop a tremendous beanstalk, the former escaping fe-fi-
fo-fum Fudd's custody, the latter becoming the mechanism of Elmer's wristwatch. Then, a suburban man's shaggy dog wants to
prove that it has a pedigree- any pedigree. Lastly, the Goofy Gophers act to retrieve their arboreal home from industrial
conversion to furniture and toothpicks.
"Beanstalk Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Mixed Master" with Robert Dog
"Hip Clip" from "Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Lumber Jerks" with the Goofy Gophers

Show # 5
Miss Prissy selects Foghorn Leghorn as her husband-to-be and "lands" him- with the assistance of the barnyard dog. 
Sylvester is resolved to instruct his son on the standard cat behavior of bird kill, with Sylvester Jr.'s feathered best
friend as the target! Bugs reminisces for a reporter his ascension through Vaudevillian dances and pratfalls to Hollywood
celebrity status.
"Lovelorn Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"Birds of a Father" with Sylvester and Sylvester Jr.
"Hip Clip" from "Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"What's Up, Doc?" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 6
Bugs humiliates hunter Elmer Fudd in an uproariously funny stage performance of "The Barber of Seville"; Tweety, while 
running from Sylvester, becomes the birdie in a game of badminton; and a boy who mistreats his dog dreams about what it is
like to be in the position of an abused pet, that of an unwittingly hurtful little girl.
"The Rabbit of Seville" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Bad Ol' Putty Tat" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "One Froggy Evening" with Michigan J. Frog
"A Waggily Tale" with Elvis Dog and Junior

Show # 7
Daffy fetters Porky's plan to paint pictures of a pristine valley, Henery Hawk, dressed as an Indian, snatches the egg 
that Foghorn Leghorn has been commanded by his shrewish wife to guard, and a squirrel endeavors at high altitude to crack 
open a particularly stubborn nut.
"Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"The Egg-Cited Rooster" with Foghorn Leghorn and Henery Hawk
"Hip Clip" from "Cat Feud" with Marc Antony, Pussyfoot, and Claude Cat
"Much Ado About Nutting" with the Nut-Collecting Squirrel

Show # 8
Bugs tutors his nephew on American history, in which rabbits, Bugs affirms, had many an integral role; a friendly creature
from another world visits Earth and encounters nothing but frightened hysteria from the populace of this primitive planet;
and Sylvester's chase of Tweety on Granny's farm brings him into conflict with Granny's bulldog and an aggressive rooster.
"Yankee Doodle Bugs" with Bugs Bunny and Clyde Rabbit
"Martian Through Georgia" with the Friendly Alien
"Hip Clip" from "Tweety and the Beanstalk" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Fowl Weather" with Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and Hector Bulldog

Show # 9
Charlie Dog, seeking a master, pesters the happily canine-less farmer Porky Pig, Ralph Phillips slips in and out of 
flights of daydream fantasy in the middle of school classes, and Daffy serves as Bugs' stunt double in the hope of proving
his mettle as a leading character for being granted a series of acclaimed cartoons all his own.
"Often an Orphan" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog
"From A to Z-z-z-z" with Ralph Phillips
"Hip Clip" from "Satan's Waitin'" with Tweety and Sylvester
"A Star is Bored" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd

Show # 10
A variety of behavior-influencing headgear descends onto the heads of Bugs and rabbit-hunter Elmer; San Franciscan Broken
Arms hotel tenant Granny repels the efforts by Sylvester, residing in the nearby Bird Watchers' Society building, to gain 
access to Granny's room and thence to Tweety; and a pair of constables, one incredibly stupid and the other beset by 
mishaps caused by his colleague, chase a mouse that stole a diamond for the sole purpose of relieving a hangover from 
overindulgence on rum cake.
"Bugs Bonnets" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Canary Row" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Frigid Hare" with Bugs Bunny and the Penguin
"The Mouse On 57th Street" with the Rum Cake-Eating Mouse

Show # 11
The yuletide is anything but peaceful in the home of Granny and Sylvester when Tweety and a bulldog are among the presents
beneath the Christmas tree. Lost in a desert, Daffy is unwilling to part company with the gold nugget that he has found,
despite the fact that he is desperate for water that only a pack rat, desirous of the gold, can provide. Bugs also 
"strikes gold", only to have his auric property expropriated by despicable desperado Nasty Canasta, who 6 months later is
owner of a San Franciscan casino that Bugs coyly yet vengefully visits and luckily divests of its ill-gotten finances.
"Gift Wrapped" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Aqua Duck" with Daffy Duck
"Hip Clip" from "Mouse Warming" with Claude Cat
"Barbary Coast Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Nasty Canasta

Show # 12
Bugs battles Yosemite Sam of Outer Space, who has, with his army of robots, come to Earth in a flying saucer to acquire 
an Earthling for study and has in this regard selected junkyard inhabitant Bugs; the chickens on Porky's poultry farm 
repel a raid of their coop by a hungry fox; and Sylvester, Tweety, and a bulldog are all hospitalized with broken legs and
under the care of Granny, who is a nurse.
"Lighter Than Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Chicken Jitters" with Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Mutiny On the Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny

Show # 13
River boat gambler Colonel Shuffle is challenged to a high-stakes game of poker by Bugs, Foghorn Leghorn teams with a 
hungry weasel to ruffle a nonchalant, chicken farm's sentinel canine, and door-to-door salesman Daffy visits the hideout 
of a notorious criminal, whose misdeeds Daffy unwittingly punishes by a series of accidents caused by his wares.
"Mississippi Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Colonel Shuffle
"Weasel Stop" with Foghorn Leghorn and the Weasel
"Hip Clip" from "Knights Must Fall" with Bugs Bunny and Sir Pantsalot of Dropseat Manor
"The Stupor Salesman" with Daffy Duck and Slug McSlug

Show # 14
Porky Pig's Irish travels bring him into the castle residence of a pair of Leprechauns who are jealously possessive of 
their pot o' gold, a fox is prevented by a burly rooster from snatching a lovelorn hen from a chicken coop, and Tweety 
finds sanctuary from Sylvester by cozying to a nanny on a park bench.
"The Wearing of the Grin" with Porky Pig and the Leprechauns
"Easy Peckins" with the Scheming Fox
"Hip Clip" from "Daffy's Duck Hunt" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Home Tweet Home" with Tweety and Sylvester

Show # 15
Murderous mice instill terror in Sylvester who is residing with blase Porky in an old, spooky house, a construction yard's
guard dog, Marc Antony, protects kitten Pussyfoot's wiener lunch from an interloping alley cat, and Bugs remembers his
youth.
"Scaredy Cat" with Porky Pig and Sylvester
"Cat Feud" with Marc Antony, Pussyfoot, and Claude Cat
"Hip Clip" from "A Peck o' Trouble" with Dodsworth the Cat
"Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 16
Bugs deftly opposes dreaded fast gunslinger Yosemite Sam in a pistol-firing contest in a Wild West saloon and strives with
success to prevent Sam from plundering a train, Sylvester is humiliated in front of a bulldog by baby kangaroo Hippety 
Hopper, whom Sylvester mistakes for a height-and-brawn-augmented version of his usual tiny rodent foe, and the Goofy 
Gophers enter a food processing factory with determination to reclaim their vegetables confiscated by "vandals".
"Wild and Woolly Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Hippety Hopper" with Sylvester and Hippety Hopper
"Hip Clip" from "A Street Cat Named Sylvester" with Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and Hector Bulldog
"I Gopher You" with the Goofy Gophers

Show # 17
Daffy painfully persuades homeowner Porky Pig to purchase an accident insurance policy, a singing female giraffe is 
brought from an African jungle to an American city where she finds fame, fortune, loneliness, adulterous love, and 
disgrace, the latter of which she flees by a return to the jungle, and Bugs emerges victorious in a Middle Ages 
confrontation with Yosemite Sam, who is an English-castle-ransacking Viking.
"Fool Coverage" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Nelly's Folly" with Nelly the Singing Giraffe
"Hip Clip" from "Ant Pasted" with Elmer Fudd
"Prince Varmint" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 18
With sudden, startling shouts, clever manipulation of a rifle barrel end, and a wacky yet suave demeanor, Bugs humbles his
smug, gastronomic pursuer, Wile E. Coyote. Also in this show, a pair of mice, overindulged on cheese, never again able to
eat the typical rodent foodstuff, and hence suicidal, plead for a befuddled, quickly dubious of personal sanity, and 
hysterical Claude Cat to eat them, and Sylvester mistakenly seeks shelter from a pursuer bulldog by consenting to adoption
as a pet by a little girl who abuses her belongings- him included.
"Rabbit's Feat" with Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote
"Cheese Chasers" with Claude Cat, Hubie, and Bertie
"Hip Clip" from "Southern Fried Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"A Kiddie's Kitty" with Sylvester and Little Suzanne

Show # 19
Daffy and Porky are Space Age representatives of Earth wishing to claim ownership of a planet on which a rare shaving 
cream atom is known to exist. Next, Foghorn Leghorn plays croquet and pirates with precocious intellectual chick Egghead 
Jr., who defeats him with applied mathematics in the former and perforates and sinks him with use of tiny gunboats in the
latter. Finally, Sylvester breaks an arm and a leg while trying to neutralize the bulldog defending Tweety from his hungry
clutches. 
"Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Marvin Martian
"Feather Dusted" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Egghead Jr.
"Hip Clip" from "Lighthouse Mouse" with Sylvester and Hippety Hopper
"A Street Cat Named Sylvester" with Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and Hector Bulldog

Show # 20
Bugs is a burdensome but potentially lucrative houseguest to Sam, Duke of Yosemite, Daffy competes in vain with Porky for
patronage in the frontier hotel business, and a mouse wishing Sylvester's removal from impeding his attainment of a block
of cheese deceives Mike Bulldog into thinking Sylvester to be a provocative foe. 
"From Hare to Heir" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Daffy's Inn Trouble" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Often an Orphan" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog
"Stooge For a Mouse" with Sylvester and Mike Bulldog

Show # 21
William Shakespeare gains inspiration for the opening scene of MacBeth by watching Witch Hazel's unsuccessful pursuit of
Bugs for cauldron fodder on the grounds of a Scottish castle. Sylvester's attempt to capture a Slobovian rodent in a 
baron's home ends with a pair of fatal jigs by himself and the mouse with the libation of nitroglycerin, and Sylvester 
subsequently endures a horrible night with his blase master, Porky, in a Western ghost town's spooky inn.
"A Witch's Tangled Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Witch Hazel
"Mouse Mazurka" with Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Tree Cornered Tweety" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Claws For Alarm" with Porky Pig and Sylvester

Show # 22
A boy tells the incredible story of his dog, Bartholomew, whose tail was one day overrun by a scooter, causing Bartholomew
to hate, snarl at, bite, and bury all wheels- and when the strange canine one day tried this on a tire of an ascending 
airplane, he was flown to the Sahara Desert, from which he returned to the boy by the same means and hereby lost his 
hatred of the wheel. Also in this installment, mountain cabin owner Yosemite Sam intends to bake Bugs in an oven, only to
himself be tricked by Bugs into the oven on the not-quite-false pretense that a rollicking party transpires inside of 
it, and Daffy's derring-do as Robin Hood consists entirely of embarrassing pratfalls.
"Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Bartholomew Versus the Wheel" with Bartholomew the Wheel-Hating Dog
"Hip Clip" from "Goldimouse and the Three Cats" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Goldimouse
"Rabbit Every Monday" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 23
Bugs is airdropped inside of a crate of carrots into the Tasmanian jungle, where he is carnivorously craved by Tasmania's 
fiercest animal, Tweety and Granny are the new occupants of a city brownstone at which Sylvester is a hungry vagrant, and
Sylvester's use of a hunting bird, Malcolm Falcon, in his chase of the fastest mouse in all of Mexico, results in attacks
upon Sylvester by the fallible, irritable, and aggressive bird, loss of many of Sylvester's hairs, and the de-tailing with
salt- of Sylvester and Malcolm!
"Bedevilled Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"Muzzle Tough" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Little Boy Boo" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Egghead Jr.
"Road to Andalay" with Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester, and Malcolm Falcon

Show # 24
Porky bolts his doors and seals his windows against an escaped killer named Bluebeard, whom a mouse in his house then 
impersonates to extort a banquet from Porky. Also in this episode, Daffy wishes to be boon companion to a millionaire but
is impeded from entering the wealthy one's mansion by the man's pet bulldog, and father and son of the Three Bears family
attempt to procure honey from a bee hive.
"Bye, Bye, Bluebeard" with Porky Pig
"Fast Buck Duck" with Daffy Duck and Bulldog
"Hip Clip" from "Scaredy Cat" with Porky Pig and Sylvester
"The Bee-Deviled Bruin" with the Three Bears

Show # 25
Henery Hawk is lectured by Foghorn Leghorn on the necessity of "starting small" in his quest for chicken flesh. A kitten
dropped within a sack out of a car tumbles and rolls to the door of the domicile of a pair of mice, who accept the 
foundling feline as their foster child before delivering the young cat to a human for pet adoption- and when they visit
their former dependent a year later, he strives to protect them from his mice-abhorring mistress. Completing this show is
a competition of circus feats between Bugs and an egotistical Russian bear.
"Hen House Henery" with Foghorn Leghorn and Henery Hawk
"Mouse-Placed Kitten" with Ma and Pa Mouse and Junior Cat
"Hip Clip" from "The Wearing of the Grin" with Porky Pig and the Leprechauns
"Big Top Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Bruno the Bear

Show # 26
Bugs delivers a scuttled Australian fright ship's cargo, the Tasmanian Devil, to a zoo. Then, mice Ralph Crumden and Ned
Morton act to remove the feline obstacle to their access to a refrigerator for a cupcake with which to celebrate the 
birthday of Ralph's wife, Alice. Finally, Sylvester and Tweety are snowbound in a cabin where the larder only contains 
bird seed.
"Bill of Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"Cheese It- the Cat!" with the Honey-Mousers
"Hip Clip" from "Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Snow Business" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny

Show # 27
Porky's pied piping purpose of ridding Hamelin of its infesting rodents infuriates the town's cats, whose leader endeavors
in the guise of a giant mouse to prove Porky incapable of completing this job and to hereby preserve feline relevance and
honor in Hamelin; Sylvester and a dimwit friend, while seeking to capture a mouse, enter a pier warehouse in which they
find a shipment crate from Australia and its occupant- an apparent giant rodent; and a circus performer muscular flea's 
vacation in a shaggy dog's hair is disrupted by the attacks upon the mongrel by a bully bulldog, against whom the flea 
retaliates with its brute strength on behalf of the mongrel.
"Paying the Piper" with Porky Pig
"Hoppy Go Lucky" with Sylvester, Benny Cat, and Hippety Hopper
"Hip Clip" from "Ballot Box Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"To Itch His Own" with Angelo the Mighty Flea and Bulldog

Show # 28
Marvin Martian is thwarted by Bugs from exploding a telescopically obstructive Earth, a flying cat, whose tail acts as a 
propeller, defends a female feline from a belligerent bulldog, and Papa Bear's aspirations to being a circus performer are
ruined by his many-accident-causing son and by a decidedly out-of-date newspaper.
"Hare-Way to the Stars" with Bugs Bunny and Marvin Martian
"Go Fly a Kit" with Bulldog and the Flying Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Bear Feat" with the Three Bears

Show # 29
Hitchhiker Daffy troubles car-driver Porky on the U.S. roadways, where "the long arm of the law" ultimately grabs them for
Daffy's too forceful push on the accelerator of Porky's vehicle; Yankee bunny Bugs is blocked for a time from reaping the
record carrot crop in Alabama by ornery Confederate soldier Yosemite Sam, who guards the Mason-Dixon Line 90 years after
the end of the American Civil War; and Sylvester blasts his family's cottage into smithereens while attempting 
increasingly volatile methods of capturing a wily Goldilocks mouse. 
"Goldimouse and the Three Cats" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Goldimouse
"Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "From A to Z-z-z-z" with Ralph Phillips
"Southern Fried Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 30
Baseball and bullfighting are some of the aspects of this episode wherein Bugs and Bobo the Elephant are victors in sport
and Porky and Petunia Pig are leaders of feuding families in the hills of Kentucky.
"Bully For Bugs" with Bugs Bunny and the Bull
"Gone Batty" with Bobo the Elephant
"Hip Clip" from "Mississippi Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Colonel Shuffle
"Naughty Neighbors" with Porky Pig and Petunia Pig

Show # 31
Daffy fails to do his assigned job of exterminating the fast, Mexican rodent infesting Granny's home, a libidinous beatnik
rooster disguises himself as an orphaned boy chick to be adopted by Foghorn as a foster son and given access to all of the
hens in Foghorn's farmyard, and a construction worker discovers a frog that will sing only for him and thus frustrates his
aim of attaining fame and fortune by exhibiting the tuneful amphibian.
"One Froggy Evening" with Michigan J. Frog
"It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House" with Daffy Duck, Sylvester, Speedy Gonzales, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Rabbit Fire" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Banty Raids" with Foghorn Leghorn

Show # 32
Foghorn Leghorn escorts genius boy chick Egghead Jr. to the forest to teach him about scouting and woodcraft- real Davey
Crockett stuff, but it is Foghorn who learns lessons of creating whistles and smoke signals, starting fires, triggering 
rainfall, and setting traps, from the prodigious Egghead. Big Bad Wolf pleads innocence when his nephew confronts him 
about his infamous misdeeds against the Three Little Pigs- and proceeds to tell his side of the story, of how he was the 
victim of a sadistic and avaricious trio of swine. Also, Bugs protects a younger bunny from the hungry clutches of addle-
brained Pete Puma.
"Crockett-Doodle-Do" with Foghorn Leghorn and Egghead Jr.
"The Turn-Tale Wolf" with the Big Bad Wolf
"Hip Clip" from "Often an Orphan" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog
"Rabbit's Kin" with Bugs Bunny and Pete Puma

Show # 33
In the wintery city, Tweety flees Sylvester and an orange putty tat onto a frozen park pond and cuts the ice around the 
cats so that they fall into frigid water and become flu-stricken. Then, an intoxicated stork brings a giant baby to 
normal-sized parents, who try to cope with the enormous bundle of joy. Lastly, Daffy is a Klondike hunter for animal 
hides- and his quarry amid the ice, snow, and irascible polar bears, is Bugs' regal pelt.
"Putty Tat Trouble" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Goo Goo Goliath" with the Drunken Stork
"Hip Clip" from "Tweety's Circus" with Tweety and Sylvester
"The Iceman Ducketh" with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck

Show # 34
Bugs deftly opposes dreaded fast gunslinger Yosemite Sam in a pistol-firing contest in a Wild West saloon. Daffy learns
that the Tasmanian Devil becomes docile when exposed to music; and so, he braves escorting the escaped Taz back into zoo 
captivity by use of melodies on a transistor radio, a horn, and his own, soon raspy singing voice- for a $5,000 reward. 
Further, eradication by Porky of the francophone, muscular termite infesting Porky's house, proves impossible, even with 
the services of ace rodent killer Sureshot.
"Wild and Woolly Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Ducking the Devil" with Daffy Duck and Tasmanian Devil
"Hip Clip" from "Lovelorn Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"The Pest That Came to Dinner" with Porky Pig and Pierre Termite

Show # 35
Bugs becomes the pet of Dr. Jekyll and the intended victim of Mr. Hyde's axe, Foghorn Leghorn's entitlement to "cock of 
the walk" of his barnyard is threatened by the birth of Miss Prissy's precocious son, and Sylvester Jr.'s Pied Pipe lures 
into his and his father's midst a very bulky "mouse".
"Hyde and Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Dr. Jekyll
"A Broken Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"Hip Clip" from "Much Ado About Nutting" with the Nut-Collecting Squirrel
"Too Hop to Handle" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper

Show # 36
Big Bad Wolf and his nephew try to lure Bugs to his doom and to their hungry bellies on the pretense of Bugs joining Club 
del Canejo, a club for rabbits, with Big Bad and his young kin disguised as bunnies in brotherhood with Bugs and scheming
in vain to impale Bugs in an iron maiden and to fire him out of a cannon. Then, when Porky's chosen horse for a race 
becomes inebriated on rubbing alcohol, Porky must contend in the race with an oafish but determined stallion. Concluding 
this installment, Beaky Buzzard cannot wait for Leo the Lion to be decently deceased before trying to devour him- and Leo
is unable to escape Beaky even by rocketing to the Moon.
"False Hare" with Bugs Bunny and the Big Bad Wolf
"Porky's Prize Pony" with Porky Pig and the Clumsy Horse
"Hip Clip" from "Feed the Kitty" with Marc Antony and Pussyfoot
"The Lion's Busy" with Beaky Buzzard and Leo the Lion

Show # 37
Witch Hazel transforms Speedy into her likeness to perform her Halloween rituals, which include having a bewitching blend 
of tea with visitor Daffy, while she vacations in Hawaii; Foghorn Leghorn and the barnyard dog continue their feud, with a
fox seeking to filch chickens in their care, becoming involved in the hostilities- until Foghorn and the dog team to rid 
their farmland of the interloper; and in the Middle Ages, Bugs is challenged to a jousting duel by an excitable and 
overconfident knight.
"A-Haunting We Will Go" with Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, and Witch Hazel
"Fox Terror" with Foghorn Leghorn and the Scheming Fox
"Hip Clip" from "Tweety's S.O.S." with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Knights Must Fall" with Bugs Bunny and Sir Pantsalot of Dropseat Manor

Show # 38
Elmer is only too happy to slaughter annoying beggar Daffy Duck for Sunday dinner- and Daffy's longtime and bitter rival
for Elmer's gratuity, the barnyard dog, is pleased to assist Elmer in bringing Daffy to the beheading blade! Also in this
show, a documentary-style cartoon about various breeds of dog and the similarities of canine conduct with human 
tendencies, and Sylvester cannot resist the urge to pursue Tweety, even when his lives depend upon a policy of canary-
consumption abstinence.
"Don't Axe Me" with Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Mrs. Fudd
"Dog Tales" with Charlie Dog
"Hip Clip" from "Big Top Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Bruno the Bear
"Satan's Waitin'" with Tweety and Sylvester

Show # 39
Bugs foils the voracious appetite of the Tasmanian Devil in a jungle medical facility, Sylvester disrupts Speedy's Cinco 
de Mayo celebration and is led by the fast mouse on a chase to a dog pound, a Mexican marshland, and the edge of a cliff,
from which Sylvester falls- at the controls of a hot rod, and Porky Pig courts Petunia Pig, before envisioning that 
married life with her will be far from blissful.
"Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"Cats and Bruises" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "No Barking" with Claude Cat and Frisky Puppy
"Porky's Romance" with Porky Pig and Petunia Pig

Show # 40
A rare bird, the evolution of the automobile and the effect of cars on the American psyche, and Bugs' avoidance of an 
amorous and unattractive female bunny are aspects of this show. 
"Dough For the Do-Do" with Porky Pig and the Do-Do Bird
"There Auto Be a Law" with the Meek Car-Driver
"Hip Clip" from "Duck Amuck" with Daffy Duck
"Rabbit Romeo" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 41
A show with criminal elements being combated and defeated deliberately or unwittingly by Bugs, Daffy, and Sylvester. In 
two cases, the malefactor is Rocky the gangster, who has kidnaped Tweety for a million dollar ransom and, with his low-IQ
accomplice, Mugsy, heisted a fortune and is "holing up" in a condemned building whose occupant, Bugs, is in an apartment
directly beneath the thugs and contrives to generate suspicion and animosity between the duo.
"Bugsy and Mugsy" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Mugsy
"The Stupor Salesman" with Daffy Duck and Slug McSlug
"Hip Clip" from "Bunker Hill Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Catty Cornered" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Rocky

Show # 42
Foghorn Leghorn dons boxing gloves to spar with his barnyard canine adversary who insulted "mother" Foghorn's presumed 
ostrich progeny, Sylvester hopes to prove his feline mettle to his master by catching and slapping the same mouse again 
and again, and Bugs is a scientist's desired test specimen for a psyche-swap with a fowl. 
"Mother Was a Rooster" with Foghorn Leghorn
"The Unexpected Pest" with Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Marvin Martian
"Hot Cross Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and the Bespectacled Doctor

Show # 43
Porky Pig's Irish travels bring him into the castle residence of a pair of Leprechauns who are jealously possessive of 
their pot o' gold, a father-and-son pair of hillbilly chicken hawks try and fail to feast upon Foghorn Leghorn, who is 
vacationing in the Deep South, and bumbling bumpkin Beaky Buzzard is adopted by a pair of English sparrows.
"The Wearing of the Grin" with Porky Pig and the Leprechauns
"The Dixie Fryer" with Foghorn Leghorn, Pappy, and Elvis
"Hip Clip" from "The Rabbit of Seville" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Strife With Father" with Beaky Buzzard

Show # 44
The loading of gunpowder into a rifle is problematic for Sylvester, particularly with Hippety Hopper pulling the rifle's 
trigger; a lazy, fat adult feline recruits a gullible kitten to obtain a woodpecker breakfast for him, on the pretext of 
an educational exercise; and Daffy serves as Bugs' stunt double in the hope of proving his mettle as a leading character 
for being granted a series of acclaimed cartoons all his own.
"The Slap-Hoppy Mouse" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"A Peck o' Trouble" with Dodsworth the Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Fool Coverage" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"A Star is Bored" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd

Show # 45
Bugs fights organized crime- and Rocky the gangster and Rocky's bumbling henchman, Mugsy- in the 1920s, Porky hunts a rare
and valuable bird in the jungles of darkest Africa, and July 4 festivity turns into a life-and-death struggle for Elmer,
who has chosen the wrong army of ants to tease with his exploding firecrackers.
"The Unmentionables" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Mugsy
"Dough For the Do-Do" with Porky Pig and the Do-Do Bird
"Hip Clip" from "Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Ant Pasted" with Elmer Fudd

Show # 46
Bugs goes ballistic when he learns that rabbits only merit a hunting bounty of 2 cents as they are supposedly harmless
creatures, a drunken note wreaks havoc on a music sheet, and murderous mice instill terror in Sylvester who is residing 
with blase Porky in an old, spooky house.
"Rebel Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and the Game Commissioner
"High Note" with the Drunken Note
"Hip Clip" from "A Broken Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"Scaredy Cat" with Porky Pig and Sylvester

Show # 47
Sylvester chases Tweety from one American locale to another, Daffy is brought to divorce court by his shrewish mallard 
wife, and with sudden, startling shouts, clever manipulation of a rifle barrel end, and a wacky yet suave demeanor, Bugs
humbles his smug, gastronomic pursuer, Wile E. Coyote.
"Tree Cornered Tweety" with Tweety and Sylvester
"The Henpecked Duck" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Weasel Stop" with Foghorn Leghorn and the Weasel
"Rabbit's Feat" with Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote

Show # 48
Mountain cabin owner Yosemite Sam intends to bake Bugs in an oven, only to himself be tricked by Bugs into the oven on the
not-quite-false pretense that a rollicking party transpires inside of it; a filmed record of the "modern" Stone Age 
lifestyle is shown and narrated by Cave Darroway; and Porky Pig's leisurely painting expedition in mountain country is 
spoiled a goofy, heckling Daffy Duck.
"Rabbit Every Monday" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Wild Wild World" with Cave Darroway
"Hip Clip" from "Ducking the Devil" with Daffy Duck and Tasmanian Devil
"Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 49
Elmer's farm rooster thinks that Elmer is going to slaughter him for Sunday dinner and schemes, always without success, 
to prevent the coming of Sunday morning, then to dispose of Elmer's axe, and then to eliminate Elmer before Fudd can do 
the "disagreeable job". Also, Bugs wins a high-stakes game of poker against a mercurial Southerner on a Mississippi river 
boat, and stowaway Daffy must entertain a Charles Laughton-esque ship's Captain and a cynical parrot to avoid a 
strangulating punishment for his unauthorized presence on the seagoing vessel.
"Good Noose" with Daffy Duck
"Each Dawn I Crow" with Elmer Fudd and John Rooster
"Hip Clip" from "Catty Cornered" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Rocky
"Mississippi Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Colonel Shuffle

Show # 50
Bugs avoids experimental scientific transference of his consciousness into the feathered noggin of a chicken, Tweety 
pilots a flying bird cage, and a cat is penalized in elaborate ways by the bulldog that he repeatedly disturbs while 
chasing a clever hummingbird.
"Hot Cross Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and the Bespectacled Doctor
"The Jet Cage" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Mouse Mazurka" with Sylvester
"It's Hummer Time" with Bulldog

Show # 51
Foghorn Leghorn endures an uninvited visit by his annoying, egotistical, practical joking college chum- Jackie Gleason-
inspired rooster Rhode Island Red; lazy, fat, pampered pussy Dodsworth, ordered by his mistress to "round up" all of the 
mice in their home, deceives a kitten into doing the work on the pretense that he is giving to the kitten valuable 
instruction and practicum in the catly art of rodent capture; and Bugs pretends to be deceived by the Little Red Riding 
Hood and Goldilocks and the Three Bears ploys of Big Bad Wolf and Big Bad's saccharin-sweet nephew, to gain Bugs' sympathy
for the heroine (Big Bad's nephew) of the stories and lure him into their cabin and to their dinner table- as a meal 
course.
"Raw! Raw! Rooster" with Foghorn Leghorn and Rhode Island Red
"Kiddin' the Kitten" with Dodsworth the Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Pop 'im Pop!" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"Now Hare This" with Bugs Bunny and the Big Bad Wolf

Show # 52
Baby kangaroo Hippety Hopper helps a mouse in a lighthouse to extinguish the beacon that happens to shine into the mouse's
hole and thus impedes the mouse's sleep- and to combat Sylvester, who is under orders by the Scottish lighthouse keeper to
eliminate the mouse and maintain the light; Porky keenly joins the U.S. Air Corps and is assigned to clean a robot 
aircraft that accidentally sends Porky through a flight of many collisions; and Foghorn Leghorn escorts genius boy chick
Egghead Jr. to the forest to teach him about scouting and woodcraft- real Davey Crockett stuff, but it is Foghorn who 
learns lessons of creating whistles and smoke signals, starting fires, triggering rainfall, and setting traps, from the 
prodigious Egghead.
"Lighthouse Mouse" with Sylvester and Hippety Hopper
"Plane Dippy" with Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Beanstalk Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Crockett-Doodle-Do" with Foghorn Leghorn and Egghead Jr.

Show # 53
Bugs emerges victorious against his bovine foe in a bullfight ring, an orange cat named Rudolph schemes unsuccessfully to
snatch feisty Petey Bird from his cage for purpose of feathered feast, and a beanie-capped crow raids an elderly farmer's
corn field and fetters the farmer's many efforts to liquidate him.
"Bully For Bugs" with Bugs Bunny and the Bull
"Puss N' Booty" with Rudolph Cat and Petey Bird
"Hip Clip" from "The Stupor Salesman" with Daffy Duck and Slug McSlug
"Corn Plastered" with the Beanie-Capped Crow

Show # 54
Daffy "Duck Dodgers" contends with Marvin Martian to annex Planet X, Sylvester's Pied Pipe enables him to capture in a jug
all of his Mexican mouse foes but one- Speedy Gonzales, who acts to free his friends from the jug, and honey-gathering is
a painful endeavor for the patriarch of the Three Bear family.
"Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Marvin Martian
"The Pied Piper of Guadalupe" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "The Slap-Hoppy Mouse" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"The Bee-Deviled Bruin" with the Three Bears

Show # 55
Tweety, nesting in a tree in the midst of a dog pound, is digestively sought by Sylvester; Daffy and Porky are constables 
on Halloween patrol, hunting a criminal disguised as Granny; and Bugs is airdropped inside of a crate of carrots into the
Tasmanian jungle, where he is carnivorously craved by Tasmania's fiercest animal.
"Dog Pounded" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Corn On the Cop" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Rabbit Seasoning" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Bedevilled Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil

Show # 56
Bugs wages a war of fortresses against Yosemite Sam "Von Schamm" at Bagel Heights in 1776; Sylvester, Tweety, and a 
bulldog are all hospitalized with broken legs and under the care of Granny, who is a nurse; and restauranteur Porky 
struggles with an inept chef and a troublesome ant to provide his customers with the food that they ordered.
"Bunker Hill Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Wild and Woolly Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Porky's Cafe" with Porky Pig and Conrad Cat

Show # 57
Daffy is an unconvincing Robin Hood, Bugs defeats the plan of Marvin Martian to obliterate planet Earth, and a disturbance
in a cosmic force results in a Martian baby being delivered to Earth parents, while an Earthling infant starts its born 
days on Mars.  
"Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Rocket-Bye Baby" with Mot the Infant Martian
"Hip Clip" from "Gift Wrapped" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hare-Way to the Stars" with Bugs Bunny and Marvin Martian

Show # 58
Sylvester endeavors to guard Tweety from an orange cat's hungry clutches, for Granny has threatened a violin string fate 
for Sylvester should any harm come to Tweety. Next, Elmer is only too happy to slaughter annoying beggar Daffy Duck for 
Sunday dinner- and Daffy's longtime and bitter rival for Elmer's gratuity, the barnyard dog, is pleased to assist Elmer in
bringing Daffy to the beheading blade! Finally, Pa O'Possum tries to rouse his slothful, hanging-from-tree offspring to 
peel spuds.
"Tweet and Sour" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Don't Axe Me" with Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Mrs. Fudd
"Hip Clip" from "Mouse Mazurka" with Sylvester
"Sleepy-Time Possum" with Ma, Pa, and Junior O'Possum

Show # 59
A medieval jousting contest between Bugs and a short-tempered knight commences this installment with Porky viewing the 
programming at a cinema and Daffy warring with the Goofy Gophers whose humble subterranean abode is the site of promised 
gold on Daffy's limerick treasure map.
"Knights Must Fall" with Bugs Bunny and Sir Pantsalot of Dropseat Manor
"The Film Fan" with Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Barbary Coast Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Nasty Canasta
"Tease For Two" with Daffy Duck and the Goofy Gophers

Show # 60
Miss Prissy lays a golden egg- and loses it, the finders being Daffy and Sylvester, who fight each other over the issue of
its rightful ownership. Also in this installment, a young mouse dreams that he is Little Red Riding Hood and that 
Sylvester is the Big Bad Wolf, with their confrontation occurring inside of a house and Sylvester being defeated by the 
mouse's cunning and hurriedly constructed contraption- a miniature Army tank. In addition, Marc Anthony, guard dog at a 
construction yard, protects the wiener lunch that he has provided to his kitten friend, Pussyfoot, from an interloping 
alley cat.
"Little Red Rodent Hood" with Sylvester
"The Yolk's On You" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, Sylvester, and Daffy Duck
"Hip Clip" from "Satan's Waitin'" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Cat Feud" with Marc Antony, Pussyfoot, and Claude Cat

Show # 61
Bugs bows out of a role as the victim of the rifle of 'The Sportsman's Hour' host Elmer Fudd and is pursued in vain by 
Fudd through a television studio; seasick Sylvester's bottle of mal-de-mer remedy is mixed with nitroglycerin by Tweety;
and Foghorn Leghorn's plan to marry well-to-do Miss Prissy to avoid a long, cold winter in his own squalor is complicated
by Prissy's adoption of lost-and-foundling Henery Hawk, who persists in succumbing to his innate urge to eat chicken and 
chewing the flesh of Foghorn's arm.
"Wideo Wabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Tweety's S.O.S." with Sylvester, Tweety, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Strangled Eggs" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Henery Hawk

Show # 62
Hitchhiker Daffy troubles car-driver Porky on the U.S. roadways, where "the long arm of the law" ultimately grabs them for
Daffy's too forceful push on the accelerator of Porky's vehicle; Tweety is a Confederate Army carrier bird with a top 
secret message for General Lee which the Yankees dispatch Secret Messenger Destroyer Sylvester to intercept; and Bugs 
foils the voracious appetite of the Tasmanian Devil in a jungle medical facility.
"Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"The Rebel Without Claws" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Dough For the Do-Do" with Porky Pig and the Do-Do Bird
"Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil

Show # 63
Daffy is tormented by a prankish, uncooperative animator, Sylvester endures a horrible night with his blase master, Porky,
in a Western ghost town's spooky inn, and a fox pretends to be a dog to gain the friendship and confidence of the bulldog
guarding the succulent chickens which the hungry fox wants to filch, but the bulldog is not fooled for a second by the fox
and claims to be imparting to his "brother dog" a lesson of watchdoggery in throwing a stick of lit TNT for the fox to 
fetch and endure in his mouth the explosion. 
"Duck Amuck" with Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny
"A Fox in a Fix" with the Scheming Fox
"Hip Clip" from "Hen House Henery" with Foghorn Leghorn and Henery Hawk
"Claws For Alarm" with Porky Pig and Sylvester

Show # 64
Bugs is captured by Marvin Martian as a pet for Marvin's captured Himalayan companion, the Abominable Snowman, but Bugs 
persuades the snowman to instead adopt Marvin as the mechanism for his "Mickey Martian" wristwatch. Next, baby kangaroo 
Hippety Hopper escapes captivity in a circus and jumps into a yard where Sylvester is bragging to his son about his 
alleged mouse-fighting prowess- and because Sylvester Sr. and Jr. presume Hippety to be a huge rodent, Sylvester must 
combat and thus be humiliatingly bested again and again by the playful, young kangaroo. Finally, Daffy hunts bear in a
mountainous forest area of the United States.
"Spaced-Out Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Marvin Martian, and the Abominable Snowman
"Pop 'im Pop!" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"Hip Clip" from "Bedevilled Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"Suppressed Duck" with Daffy Duck

Show # 65
Yankee bunny Bugs is blocked for a time from reaping the record carrot crop in Alabama by ornery Confederate soldier
Yosemite Sam, who guards the Mason-Dixon Line 90 years after the end of the American Civil War; the Goofy Gophers humble 
the dog who, against their protests, persisted in burying a bone in their home burrow; and Sylvester vies with an one-eyed
orange tabby cat for possession of Tweety in the snowy city, with such objects as a dunking bird, a rifle, a long-neck 
ashtray, a mailbox, and a frozen park pond involved in the struggle that ends with Tweety outwitting both flu-stricken 
putty tats.
"Southern Fried Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"A Bone For a Bone" with the Goofy Gophers
"Hip Clip" from "Crockett-Doodle-Do" with Foghorn Leghorn and Egghead Jr.
"Putty Tat Trouble" with Tweety and Sylvester
Season 2
As the WB's Network's first 65 installment package of The Bugs N' Daffy Show varied only from That's Warner Bros.! in replacing "The Bee-Deviled Bruin" in Shows 24 and 54 respectively with "Beanstalk Bunny" and "What's Up, Doc?", the same analysis of episodes is applicable, with these exception cartoons. The crow in "Corn Plastered" (Bugs N' Daffy Show 53) plays a piano with the same vim as does juvenile Bugs in "What's Up, Doc?" (Bugs N' Daffy Show 54).
Show # 1
In this show are violent electioneering between Bugs and Yosemite "Honest" Sam in a small town, a singing frog whose 
novelty and exquisite voice compel its discoverer to seek fame and fortune by exhibiting the tuneful amphibian to theatre 
patrons- for whom the frog declines to perform, and Foghorn Leghorn's floundering scheme to rid his barnyard of a baby 
rooster whose very existence threatens Foghorn's future.
"One Froggy Evening" with Michigan J. Frog
"Ballot Box Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Hip Clip" for "The Pest That Came to Dinner" with Porky Pig and Pierre Termite
"A Broken Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy

Show # 2
Bugs tunnels into the Ozark Mountains, where he is craved as meal meat by dimwit father and son buzzards, Porky Pig's
hunting expedition with his dog yields a black duck whose determination to avoid slaughter by his captors entails 
fostering mutual suspicion between Porky and pet, and gentle bulldog Marc Antony's wish to share his home with kitten 
Pussyfoot is complicated by his mistress' austere attitude about bringing new objects into their house.
"Backwoods Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Pappy, and Elvis
"Daffy Duck Hunt" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Feed the Kitty" with Marc Antony and Pussyfoot

Show # 3
Talent agent Porky views several oddball acts, including a wolf's self-destruction by ingesting a variety of explosive 
substances; Claude Cat confronts Frisky Puppy at a construction site and underneath a tree inhabited by Tweety; and Papa
Bear's aspirations to being a circus performer are ruined by his many-accident-causing son and by a decidedly out-of-date 
newspaper.
"Curtain Razor" with Porky Pig
"No Barking" with Claude Cat and Frisky Puppy
"Hip Clip" from "Bugsy and Mugsy" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Mugsy
"Bear Feat" with the Three Bears

Show # 4
Bugs and Daffy are captured by the titanic Elmer Fudd in a castle atop a tremendous beanstalk, the former escaping fe-fi-
fo-fum Fudd's custody, the latter becoming the mechanism of Elmer's wristwatch. Then, a suburban man's shaggy dog wants to
prove that it has a pedigree- any pedigree. Lastly, the Goofy Gophers act to retrieve their arboreal home from industrial
conversion to furniture and toothpicks.
"Beanstalk Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Mixed Master" with Robert Dog
"Hip Clip" from "Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Lumber Jerks" with the Goofy Gophers

Show # 5
Miss Prissy selects Foghorn Leghorn as her husband-to-be and "lands" him- with the assistance of the barnyard dog. 
Sylvester is resolved to instruct his son on the standard cat behavior of bird kill, with Sylvester Jr.'s feathered best
friend as the target! Bugs reminisces for a reporter his ascension through Vaudevillian dances and pratfalls to Hollywood
celebrity status.
"Lovelorn Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"Birds of a Father" with Sylvester and Sylvester Jr.
"Hip Clip" from "Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"What's Up, Doc?" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 6
Bugs humiliates hunter Elmer Fudd in an uproariously funny stage performance of "The Barber of Seville"; Tweety, while 
running from Sylvester, becomes the birdie in a game of badminton; and a boy who mistreats his dog dreams about what it is
like to be in the position of an abused pet, that of an unwittingly hurtful little girl.
"The Rabbit of Seville" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Bad Ol' Putty Tat" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "One Froggy Evening" with Michigan J. Frog
"A Waggily Tale" with Elvis Dog and Junior

Show # 7
Daffy fetters Porky's plan to paint pictures of a pristine valley, Henery Hawk, dressed as an Indian, snatches the egg 
that Foghorn Leghorn has been commanded by his shrewish wife to guard, and a squirrel endeavors at high altitude to crack 
open a particularly stubborn nut.
"Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"The Egg-Cited Rooster" with Foghorn Leghorn and Henery Hawk
"Hip Clip" from "Cat Feud" with Marc Antony, Pussyfoot, and Claude Cat
"Much Ado About Nutting" with the Nut-Collecting Squirrel

Show # 8
Bugs tutors his nephew on American history, in which rabbits, Bugs affirms, had many an integral role; a friendly creature
from another world visits Earth and encounters nothing but frightened hysteria from the populace of this primitive planet;
and Sylvester's chase of Tweety on Granny's farm brings him into conflict with Granny's bulldog and an aggressive rooster.
"Yankee Doodle Bugs" with Bugs Bunny and Clyde Rabbit
"Martian Through Georgia" with the Friendly Alien
"Hip Clip" from "Tweety and the Beanstalk" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Fowl Weather" with Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and Hector Bulldog

Show # 9
Charlie Dog, seeking a master, pesters the happily canine-less farmer Porky Pig, Ralph Phillips slips in and out of 
flights of daydream fantasy in the middle of school classes, and Daffy serves as Bugs' stunt double in the hope of proving
his mettle as a leading character for being granted a series of acclaimed cartoons all his own.
"Often an Orphan" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog
"From A to Z-z-z-z" with Ralph Phillips
"Hip Clip" from "Satan's Waitin'" with Tweety and Sylvester
"A Star is Bored" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd

Show # 10
A variety of behavior-influencing headgear descends onto the heads of Bugs and rabbit-hunter Elmer; San Franciscan Broken
Arms hotel tenant Granny repels the efforts by Sylvester, residing in the nearby Bird Watchers' Society building, to gain 
access to Granny's room and thence to Tweety; and a pair of constables, one incredibly stupid and the other beset by 
mishaps caused by his colleague, chase a mouse that stole a diamond for the sole purpose of relieving a hangover from 
overindulgence on rum cake.
"Bugs Bonnets" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Canary Row" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Frigid Hare" with Bugs Bunny and the Penguin
"The Mouse On 57th Street" with the Rum Cake-Eating Mouse

Show # 11
The yuletide is anything but peaceful in the home of Granny and Sylvester when Tweety and a bulldog are among the presents
beneath the Christmas tree. Lost in a desert, Daffy is unwilling to part company with the gold nugget that he has found,
despite the fact that he is desperate for water that only a pack rat, desirous of the gold, can provide. Bugs also 
"strikes gold", only to have his auric property expropriated by despicable desperado Nasty Canasta, who 6 months later is
owner of a San Franciscan casino that Bugs coyly yet vengefully visits and luckily divests of its ill-gotten finances.
"Gift Wrapped" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Aqua Duck" with Daffy Duck
"Hip Clip" from "Mouse Warming" with Claude Cat
"Barbary Coast Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Nasty Canasta

Show # 12
Bugs battles Yosemite Sam of Outer Space, who has, with his army of robots, come to Earth in a flying saucer to acquire 
an Earthling for study and has in this regard selected junkyard inhabitant Bugs; the chickens on Porky's poultry farm 
repel a raid of their coop by a hungry fox; and Sylvester, Tweety, and a bulldog are all hospitalized with broken legs and
under the care of Granny, who is a nurse.
"Lighter Than Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Chicken Jitters" with Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Mutiny On the Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny

Show # 13
River boat gambler Colonel Shuffle is challenged to a high-stakes game of poker by Bugs, Foghorn Leghorn teams with a 
hungry weasel to ruffle a nonchalant, chicken farm's sentinel canine, and door-to-door salesman Daffy visits the hideout 
of a notorious criminal, whose misdeeds Daffy unwittingly punishes by a series of accidents caused by his wares.
"Mississippi Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Colonel Shuffle
"Weasel Stop" with Foghorn Leghorn and the Weasel
"Hip Clip" from "Knights Must Fall" with Bugs Bunny and Sir Pantsalot of Dropseat Manor
"The Stupor Salesman" with Daffy Duck and Slug McSlug

Show # 14
Porky Pig's Irish travels bring him into the castle residence of a pair of Leprechauns who are jealously possessive of 
their pot o' gold, a fox is prevented by a burly rooster from snatching a lovelorn hen from a chicken coop, and Tweety 
finds sanctuary from Sylvester by cozying to a nanny on a park bench.
"The Wearing of the Grin" with Porky Pig and the Leprechauns
"Easy Peckins" with the Scheming Fox
"Hip Clip" from "Daffy's Duck Hunt" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Home Tweet Home" with Tweety and Sylvester

Show # 15
Murderous mice instill terror in Sylvester who is residing with blase Porky in an old, spooky house, a construction yard's
guard dog, Marc Antony, protects kitten Pussyfoot's wiener lunch from an interloping alley cat, and Bugs remembers his
youth.
"Scaredy Cat" with Porky Pig and Sylvester
"Cat Feud" with Marc Antony, Pussyfoot, and Claude Cat
"Hip Clip" from "A Peck o' Trouble" with Dodsworth the Cat
"Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 16
Bugs deftly opposes dreaded fast gunslinger Yosemite Sam in a pistol-firing contest in a Wild West saloon and strives with
success to prevent Sam from plundering a train, Sylvester is humiliated in front of a bulldog by baby kangaroo Hippety 
Hopper, whom Sylvester mistakes for a height-and-brawn-augmented version of his usual tiny rodent foe, and the Goofy 
Gophers enter a food processing factory with determination to reclaim their vegetables confiscated by "vandals".
"Wild and Woolly Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Hippety Hopper" with Sylvester and Hippety Hopper
"Hip Clip" from "A Street Cat Named Sylvester" with Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and Hector Bulldog
"I Gopher You" with the Goofy Gophers

Show # 17
Daffy painfully persuades homeowner Porky Pig to purchase an accident insurance policy, a singing female giraffe is 
brought from an African jungle to an American city where she finds fame, fortune, loneliness, adulterous love, and 
disgrace, the latter of which she flees by a return to the jungle, and Bugs emerges victorious in a Middle Ages 
confrontation with Yosemite Sam, who is an English-castle-ransacking Viking.
"Fool Coverage" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Nelly's Folly" with Nelly the Singing Giraffe
"Hip Clip" from "Ant Pasted" with Elmer Fudd
"Prince Varmint" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 18
With sudden, startling shouts, clever manipulation of a rifle barrel end, and a wacky yet suave demeanor, Bugs humbles his
smug, gastronomic pursuer, Wile E. Coyote. Also in this show, a pair of mice, overindulged on cheese, never again able to
eat the typical rodent foodstuff, and hence suicidal, plead for a befuddled, quickly dubious of personal sanity, and 
hysterical Claude Cat to eat them, and Sylvester mistakenly seeks shelter from a pursuer bulldog by consenting to adoption
as a pet by a little girl who abuses her belongings- him included.
"Rabbit's Feat" with Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote
"Cheese Chasers" with Claude Cat, Hubie, and Bertie
"Hip Clip" from "Southern Fried Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"A Kiddie's Kitty" with Sylvester and Little Suzanne

Show # 19
Daffy and Porky are Space Age representatives of Earth wishing to claim ownership of a planet on which a rare shaving 
cream atom is known to exist. Next, Foghorn Leghorn plays croquet and pirates with precocious intellectual chick Egghead 
Jr., who defeats him with applied mathematics in the former and perforates and sinks him with use of tiny gunboats in the
latter. Finally, Sylvester breaks an arm and a leg while trying to neutralize the bulldog defending Tweety from his hungry
clutches. 
"Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Marvin Martian
"Feather Dusted" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Egghead Jr.
"Hip Clip" from "Lighthouse Mouse" with Sylvester and Hippety Hopper
"A Street Cat Named Sylvester" with Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and Hector Bulldog

Show # 20
Bugs is a burdensome but potentially lucrative houseguest to Sam, Duke of Yosemite, Daffy competes in vain with Porky for
patronage in the frontier hotel business, and a mouse wishing Sylvester's removal from impeding his attainment of a block
of cheese deceives Mike Bulldog into thinking Sylvester to be a provocative foe. 
"From Hare to Heir" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Daffy's Inn Trouble" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Often an Orphan" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog
"Stooge For a Mouse" with Sylvester and Mike Bulldog

Show # 21
William Shakespeare gains inspiration for the opening scene of MacBeth by watching Witch Hazel's unsuccessful pursuit of
Bugs for cauldron fodder on the grounds of a Scottish castle. Sylvester's attempt to capture a Slobovian rodent in a 
baron's home ends with a pair of fatal jigs by himself and the mouse with the libation of nitroglycerin, and Sylvester 
subsequently endures a horrible night with his blase master, Porky, in a Western ghost town's spooky inn.
"A Witch's Tangled Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Witch Hazel
"Mouse Mazurka" with Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Tree Cornered Tweety" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Claws For Alarm" with Porky Pig and Sylvester

Show # 22
A boy tells the incredible story of his dog, Bartholomew, whose tail was one day overrun by a scooter, causing Bartholomew
to hate, snarl at, bite, and bury all wheels- and when the strange canine one day tried this on a tire of an ascending 
airplane, he was flown to the Sahara Desert, from which he returned to the boy by the same means and hereby lost his 
hatred of the wheel. Also in this installment, mountain cabin owner Yosemite Sam intends to bake Bugs in an oven, only to
himself be tricked by Bugs into the oven on the not-quite-false pretense that a rollicking party transpires inside of 
it, and Daffy's derring-do as Robin Hood consists entirely of embarrassing pratfalls.
"Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Bartholomew Versus the Wheel" with Bartholomew the Wheel-Hating Dog
"Hip Clip" from "Goldimouse and the Three Cats" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Goldimouse
"Rabbit Every Monday" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 23
Bugs is airdropped inside of a crate of carrots into the Tasmanian jungle, where he is carnivorously craved by Tasmania's 
fiercest animal, Tweety and Granny are the new occupants of a city brownstone at which Sylvester is a hungry vagrant, and
Sylvester's use of a hunting bird, Malcolm Falcon, in his chase of the fastest mouse in all of Mexico, results in attacks
upon Sylvester by the fallible, irritable, and aggressive bird, loss of many of Sylvester's hairs, and the de-tailing with
salt- of Sylvester and Malcolm!
"Bedevilled Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"Muzzle Tough" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Little Boy Boo" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Egghead Jr.
"Road to Andalay" with Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester, and Malcolm Falcon

Show # 24
Porky bolts his doors and seals his windows against an escaped killer named Bluebeard, whom a mouse in his house then
impersonates to extort a banquet from Porky. Also in this episode, Daffy wishes to be boon companion to a millionaire but 
is impeded from entering the wealthy one's mansion by the man's pet bulldog, and Bugs and Daffy find a giant Elmer Fudd 
residing in a castle at the top of a towering beanstalk.
"Bye, Bye, Bluebeard" with Porky Pig
"Fast Buck Duck" with Daffy Duck and Bulldog
"Hip Clip" from "Scaredy Cat" with Porky Pig and Sylvester
"Beanstalk Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd

Show # 25
Henery Hawk is lectured by Foghorn Leghorn on the necessity of "starting small" in his quest for chicken flesh. A kitten
dropped within a sack out of a car tumbles and rolls to the door of the domicile of a pair of mice, who accept the 
foundling feline as their foster child before delivering the young cat to a human for pet adoption- and when they visit
their former dependent a year later, he strives to protect them from his mice-abhorring mistress. Completing this show is
a competition of circus feats between Bugs and an egotistical Russian bear.
"Hen House Henery" with Foghorn Leghorn and Henery Hawk
"Mouse-Placed Kitten" with Ma and Pa Mouse and Junior Cat
"Hip Clip" from "The Wearing of the Grin" with Porky Pig and the Leprechauns
"Big Top Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Bruno the Bear

Show # 26
Bugs delivers a scuttled Australian fright ship's cargo, the Tasmanian Devil, to a zoo. Then, mice Ralph Crumden and Ned
Morton act to remove the feline obstacle to their access to a refrigerator for a cupcake with which to celebrate the 
birthday of Ralph's wife, Alice. Finally, Sylvester and Tweety are snowbound in a cabin where the larder only contains 
bird seed.
"Bill of Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"Cheese It- the Cat!" with the Honey-Mousers
"Hip Clip" from "Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Snow Business" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny

Show # 27
Porky's pied piping purpose of ridding Hamelin of its infesting rodents infuriates the town's cats, whose leader endeavors
in the guise of a giant mouse to prove Porky incapable of completing this job and to hereby preserve feline relevance and
honor in Hamelin; Sylvester and a dimwit friend, while seeking to capture a mouse, enter a pier warehouse in which they
find a shipment crate from Australia and its occupant- an apparent giant rodent; and a circus performer muscular flea's 
vacation in a shaggy dog's hair is disrupted by the attacks upon the mongrel by a bully bulldog, against whom the flea 
retaliates with its brute strength on behalf of the mongrel.
"Paying the Piper" with Porky Pig
"Hoppy Go Lucky" with Sylvester, Benny Cat, and Hippety Hopper
"Hip Clip" from "Ballot Box Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"To Itch His Own" with Angelo the Mighty Flea and Bulldog

Show # 28
Marvin Martian is thwarted by Bugs from exploding a telescopically obstructive Earth, a flying cat, whose tail acts as a 
propeller, defends a female feline from a belligerent bulldog, and Papa Bear's aspirations to being a circus performer are
ruined by his many-accident-causing son and by a decidedly out-of-date newspaper.
"Hare-Way to the Stars" with Bugs Bunny and Marvin Martian
"Go Fly a Kit" with Bulldog and the Flying Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Bear Feat" with the Three Bears

Show # 29
Hitchhiker Daffy troubles car-driver Porky on the U.S. roadways, where "the long arm of the law" ultimately grabs them for
Daffy's too forceful push on the accelerator of Porky's vehicle; Yankee bunny Bugs is blocked for a time from reaping the
record carrot crop in Alabama by ornery Confederate soldier Yosemite Sam, who guards the Mason-Dixon Line 90 years after
the end of the American Civil War; and Sylvester blasts his family's cottage into smithereens while attempting 
increasingly volatile methods of capturing a wily Goldilocks mouse. 
"Goldimouse and the Three Cats" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Goldimouse
"Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "From A to Z-z-z-z" with Ralph Phillips
"Southern Fried Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 30
Baseball and bullfighting are some of the aspects of this episode wherein Bugs and Bobo the Elephant are victors in sport
and Porky and Petunia Pig are leaders of feuding families in the hills of Kentucky.
"Bully For Bugs" with Bugs Bunny and the Bull
"Gone Batty" with Bobo the Elephant
"Hip Clip" from "Mississippi Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Colonel Shuffle
"Naughty Neighbors" with Porky Pig and Petunia Pig

Show # 31
Daffy fails to do his assigned job of exterminating the fast, Mexican rodent infesting Granny's home, a libidinous beatnik
rooster disguises himself as an orphaned boy chick to be adopted by Foghorn as a foster son and given access to all of the
hens in Foghorn's farmyard, and a construction worker discovers a frog that will sing only for him and thus frustrates his
aim of attaining fame and fortune by exhibiting the tuneful amphibian.
"One Froggy Evening" with Michigan J. Frog
"It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House" with Daffy Duck, Sylvester, Speedy Gonzales, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Rabbit Fire" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Banty Raids" with Foghorn Leghorn

Show # 32
Foghorn Leghorn escorts genius boy chick Egghead Jr. to the forest to teach him about scouting and woodcraft- real Davey
Crockett stuff, but it is Foghorn who learns lessons of creating whistles and smoke signals, starting fires, triggering 
rainfall, and setting traps, from the prodigious Egghead. Big Bad Wolf pleads innocence when his nephew confronts him 
about his infamous misdeeds against the Three Little Pigs- and proceeds to tell his side of the story, of how he was the 
victim of a sadistic and avaricious trio of swine. Also, Bugs protects a younger bunny from the hungry clutches of addle-
brained Pete Puma.
"Crockett-Doodle-Do" with Foghorn Leghorn and Egghead Jr.
"The Turn-Tale Wolf" with the Big Bad Wolf
"Hip Clip" from "Often an Orphan" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog
"Rabbit's Kin" with Bugs Bunny and Pete Puma

Show # 33
In the wintery city, Tweety flees Sylvester and an orange putty tat onto a frozen park pond and cuts the ice around the 
cats so that they fall into frigid water and become flu-stricken. Then, an intoxicated stork brings a giant baby to 
normal-sized parents, who try to cope with the enormous bundle of joy. Lastly, Daffy is a Klondike hunter for animal 
hides- and his quarry amid the ice, snow, and irascible polar bears, is Bugs' regal pelt.
"Putty Tat Trouble" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Goo Goo Goliath" with the Drunken Stork
"Hip Clip" from "Tweety's Circus" with Tweety and Sylvester
"The Iceman Ducketh" with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck

Show # 34
Bugs deftly opposes dreaded fast gunslinger Yosemite Sam in a pistol-firing contest in a Wild West saloon. Daffy learns
that the Tasmanian Devil becomes docile when exposed to music; and so, he braves escorting the escaped Taz back into zoo 
captivity by use of melodies on a transistor radio, a horn, and his own, soon raspy singing voice- for a $5,000 reward. 
Further, eradication by Porky of the francophone, muscular termite infesting Porky's house, proves impossible, even with 
the services of ace rodent killer Sureshot.
"Wild and Woolly Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Ducking the Devil" with Daffy Duck and Tasmanian Devil
"Hip Clip" from "Lovelorn Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"The Pest That Came to Dinner" with Porky Pig and Pierre Termite

Show # 35
Bugs becomes the pet of Dr. Jekyll and the intended victim of Mr. Hyde's axe, Foghorn Leghorn's entitlement to "cock of 
the walk" of his barnyard is threatened by the birth of Miss Prissy's precocious son, and Sylvester Jr.'s Pied Pipe lures 
into his and his father's midst a very bulky "mouse".
"Hyde and Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Dr. Jekyll
"A Broken Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"Hip Clip" from "Much Ado About Nutting" with the Nut-Collecting Squirrel
"Too Hop to Handle" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper

Show # 36
Big Bad Wolf and his nephew try to lure Bugs to his doom and to their hungry bellies on the pretense of Bugs joining Club 
del Canejo, a club for rabbits, with Big Bad and his young kin disguised as bunnies in brotherhood with Bugs and scheming
in vain to impale Bugs in an iron maiden and to fire him out of a cannon. Then, when Porky's chosen horse for a race 
becomes inebriated on rubbing alcohol, Porky must contend in the race with an oafish but determined stallion. Concluding 
this installment, Beaky Buzzard cannot wait for Leo the Lion to be decently deceased before trying to devour him- and Leo
is unable to escape Beaky even by rocketing to the Moon.
"False Hare" with Bugs Bunny and the Big Bad Wolf
"Porky's Prize Pony" with Porky Pig and the Clumsy Horse
"Hip Clip" from "Feed the Kitty" with Marc Antony and Pussyfoot
"The Lion's Busy" with Beaky Buzzard and Leo the Lion

Show # 37
Witch Hazel transforms Speedy into her likeness to perform her Halloween rituals, which include having a bewitching blend 
of tea with visitor Daffy, while she vacations in Hawaii; Foghorn Leghorn and the barnyard dog continue their feud, with a
fox seeking to filch chickens in their care, becoming involved in the hostilities- until Foghorn and the dog team to rid 
their farmland of the interloper; and in the Middle Ages, Bugs is challenged to a jousting duel by an excitable and 
overconfident knight.
"A-Haunting We Will Go" with Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, and Witch Hazel
"Fox Terror" with Foghorn Leghorn and the Scheming Fox
"Hip Clip" from "Tweety's S.O.S." with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Knights Must Fall" with Bugs Bunny and Sir Pantsalot of Dropseat Manor

Show # 38
Elmer is only too happy to slaughter annoying beggar Daffy Duck for Sunday dinner- and Daffy's longtime and bitter rival
for Elmer's gratuity, the barnyard dog, is pleased to assist Elmer in bringing Daffy to the beheading blade! Also in this
show, a documentary-style cartoon about various breeds of dog and the similarities of canine conduct with human 
tendencies, and Sylvester cannot resist the urge to pursue Tweety, even when his lives depend upon a policy of canary-
consumption abstinence.
"Don't Axe Me" with Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Mrs. Fudd
"Dog Tales" with Charlie Dog
"Hip Clip" from "Big Top Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Bruno the Bear
"Satan's Waitin'" with Tweety and Sylvester

Show # 39
Bugs foils the voracious appetite of the Tasmanian Devil in a jungle medical facility, Sylvester disrupts Speedy's Cinco 
de Mayo celebration and is led by the fast mouse on a chase to a dog pound, a Mexican marshland, and the edge of a cliff,
from which Sylvester falls- at the controls of a hot rod, and Porky Pig courts Petunia Pig, before envisioning that 
married life with her will be far from blissful.
"Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"Cats and Bruises" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "No Barking" with Claude Cat and Frisky Puppy
"Porky's Romance" with Porky Pig and Petunia Pig

Show # 40
A rare bird, the evolution of the automobile and the effect of cars on the American psyche, and Bugs' avoidance of an 
amorous and unattractive female bunny are aspects of this show. 
"Dough For the Do-Do" with Porky Pig and the Do-Do Bird
"There Auto Be a Law" with the Meek Car-Driver
"Hip Clip" from "Duck Amuck" with Daffy Duck
"Rabbit Romeo" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 41
A show with criminal elements being combated and defeated deliberately or unwittingly by Bugs, Daffy, and Sylvester. In 
two cases, the malefactor is Rocky the gangster, who has kidnaped Tweety for a million dollar ransom and, with his low-IQ
accomplice, Mugsy, heisted a fortune and is "holing up" in a condemned building whose occupant, Bugs, is in an apartment
directly beneath the thugs and contrives to generate suspicion and animosity between the duo.
"Bugsy and Mugsy" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Mugsy
"The Stupor Salesman" with Daffy Duck and Slug McSlug
"Hip Clip" from "Bunker Hill Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Catty Cornered" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Rocky

Show # 42
Foghorn Leghorn dons boxing gloves to spar with his barnyard canine adversary who insulted "mother" Foghorn's presumed 
ostrich progeny, Sylvester hopes to prove his feline mettle to his master by catching and slapping the same mouse again 
and again, and Bugs is a scientist's desired test specimen for a psyche-swap with a fowl. 
"Mother Was a Rooster" with Foghorn Leghorn
"The Unexpected Pest" with Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Marvin Martian
"Hot Cross Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and the Bespectacled Doctor

Show # 43
Porky Pig's Irish travels bring him into the castle residence of a pair of Leprechauns who are jealously possessive of 
their pot o' gold, a father-and-son pair of hillbilly chicken hawks try and fail to feast upon Foghorn Leghorn, who is 
vacationing in the Deep South, and bumbling bumpkin Beaky Buzzard is adopted by a pair of English sparrows.
"The Wearing of the Grin" with Porky Pig and the Leprechauns
"The Dixie Fryer" with Foghorn Leghorn, Pappy, and Elvis
"Hip Clip" from "The Rabbit of Seville" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Strife With Father" with Beaky Buzzard

Show # 44
The loading of gunpowder into a rifle is problematic for Sylvester, particularly with Hippety Hopper pulling the rifle's 
trigger; a lazy, fat adult feline recruits a gullible kitten to obtain a woodpecker breakfast for him, on the pretext of 
an educational exercise; and Daffy serves as Bugs' stunt double in the hope of proving his mettle as a leading character 
for being granted a series of acclaimed cartoons all his own.
"The Slap-Hoppy Mouse" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"A Peck o' Trouble" with Dodsworth the Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Fool Coverage" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"A Star is Bored" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd

Show # 45
Bugs fights organized crime- and Rocky the gangster and Rocky's bumbling henchman, Mugsy- in the 1920s, Porky hunts a rare
and valuable bird in the jungles of darkest Africa, and July 4 festivity turns into a life-and-death struggle for Elmer,
who has chosen the wrong army of ants to tease with his exploding firecrackers.
"The Unmentionables" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Mugsy
"Dough For the Do-Do" with Porky Pig and the Do-Do Bird
"Hip Clip" from "Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Ant Pasted" with Elmer Fudd

Show # 46
Bugs goes ballistic when he learns that rabbits only merit a hunting bounty of 2 cents as they are supposedly harmless
creatures, a drunken note wreaks havoc on a music sheet, and murderous mice instill terror in Sylvester who is residing 
with blase Porky in an old, spooky house.
"Rebel Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and the Game Commissioner
"High Note" with the Drunken Note
"Hip Clip" from "A Broken Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"Scaredy Cat" with Porky Pig and Sylvester

Show # 47
Sylvester chases Tweety from one American locale to another, Daffy is brought to divorce court by his shrewish mallard 
wife, and with sudden, startling shouts, clever manipulation of a rifle barrel end, and a wacky yet suave demeanor, Bugs
humbles his smug, gastronomic pursuer, Wile E. Coyote.
"Tree Cornered Tweety" with Tweety and Sylvester
"The Henpecked Duck" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Weasel Stop" with Foghorn Leghorn and the Weasel
"Rabbit's Feat" with Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote

Show # 48
Mountain cabin owner Yosemite Sam intends to bake Bugs in an oven, only to himself be tricked by Bugs into the oven on the
not-quite-false pretense that a rollicking party transpires inside of it; a filmed record of the "modern" Stone Age 
lifestyle is shown and narrated by Cave Darroway; and Porky Pig's leisurely painting expedition in mountain country is 
spoiled a goofy, heckling Daffy Duck.
"Rabbit Every Monday" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Wild Wild World" with Cave Darroway
"Hip Clip" from "Ducking the Devil" with Daffy Duck and Tasmanian Devil
"Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 49
Elmer's farm rooster thinks that Elmer is going to slaughter him for Sunday dinner and schemes, always without success, 
to prevent the coming of Sunday morning, then to dispose of Elmer's axe, and then to eliminate Elmer before Fudd can do 
the "disagreeable job". Also, Bugs wins a high-stakes game of poker against a mercurial Southerner on a Mississippi river 
boat, and stowaway Daffy must entertain a Charles Laughton-esque ship's Captain and a cynical parrot to avoid a 
strangulating punishment for his unauthorized presence on the seagoing vessel.
"Good Noose" with Daffy Duck
"Each Dawn I Crow" with Elmer Fudd and John Rooster
"Hip Clip" from "Catty Cornered" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Rocky
"Mississippi Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Colonel Shuffle

Show # 50
Bugs avoids experimental scientific transference of his consciousness into the feathered noggin of a chicken, Tweety 
pilots a flying bird cage, and a cat is penalized in elaborate ways by the bulldog that he repeatedly disturbs while 
chasing a clever hummingbird.
"Hot Cross Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and the Bespectacled Doctor
"The Jet Cage" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Mouse Mazurka" with Sylvester
"It's Hummer Time" with Bulldog

Show # 51
Foghorn Leghorn endures an uninvited visit by his annoying, egotistical, practical joking college chum- Jackie Gleason-
inspired rooster Rhode Island Red; lazy, fat, pampered pussy Dodsworth, ordered by his mistress to "round up" all of the 
mice in their home, deceives a kitten into doing the work on the pretense that he is giving to the kitten valuable 
instruction and practicum in the catly art of rodent capture; and Bugs pretends to be deceived by the Little Red Riding 
Hood and Goldilocks and the Three Bears ploys of Big Bad Wolf and Big Bad's saccharin-sweet nephew, to gain Bugs' sympathy
for the heroine (Big Bad's nephew) of the stories and lure him into their cabin and to their dinner table- as a meal 
course.
"Raw! Raw! Rooster" with Foghorn Leghorn and Rhode Island Red
"Kiddin' the Kitten" with Dodsworth the Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Pop 'im Pop!" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"Now Hare This" with Bugs Bunny and the Big Bad Wolf

Show # 52
Baby kangaroo Hippety Hopper helps a mouse in a lighthouse to extinguish the beacon that happens to shine into the mouse's
hole and thus impedes the mouse's sleep- and to combat Sylvester, who is under orders by the Scottish lighthouse keeper to
eliminate the mouse and maintain the light; Porky keenly joins the U.S. Air Corps and is assigned to clean a robot 
aircraft that accidentally sends Porky through a flight of many collisions; and Foghorn Leghorn escorts genius boy chick
Egghead Jr. to the forest to teach him about scouting and woodcraft- real Davey Crockett stuff, but it is Foghorn who 
learns lessons of creating whistles and smoke signals, starting fires, triggering rainfall, and setting traps, from the 
prodigious Egghead.
"Lighthouse Mouse" with Sylvester and Hippety Hopper
"Plane Dippy" with Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Beanstalk Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Crockett-Doodle-Do" with Foghorn Leghorn and Egghead Jr.

Show # 53
Bugs emerges victorious against his bovine foe in a bullfight ring, an orange cat named Rudolph schemes unsuccessfully to
snatch feisty Petey Bird from his cage for purpose of feathered feast, and a beanie-capped crow raids an elderly farmer's
corn field and fetters the farmer's many efforts to liquidate him.
"Bully For Bugs" with Bugs Bunny and the Bull
"Puss N' Booty" with Rudolph Cat and Petey Bird
"Hip Clip" from "The Stupor Salesman" with Daffy Duck and Slug McSlug
"Corn Plastered" with the Beanie-Capped Crow

Show # 54
Daffy "Duck Dodgers" contends with Marvin Martian to annex Planet X, Sylvester Pied Pipe enables him to capture in a jug 
all of his Mexican mouse foes but one- Speedy Gonzales, who acts to free his friends from the jug, and Bugs reminisces 
about becoming a Hollywood celebrity.
"Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Marvin Martian
"The Pied Piper of Guadalupe" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "The Slap-Hoppy Mouse" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"What's Up, Doc?" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 55
Tweety, nesting in a tree in the midst of a dog pound, is digestively sought by Sylvester; Daffy and Porky are constables 
on Halloween patrol, hunting a criminal disguised as Granny; and Bugs is airdropped inside of a crate of carrots into the
Tasmanian jungle, where he is carnivorously craved by Tasmania's fiercest animal.
"Dog Pounded" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Corn On the Cop" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Rabbit Seasoning" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Bedevilled Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil

Show # 56
Bugs wages a war of fortresses against Yosemite Sam "Von Schamm" at Bagel Heights in 1776; Sylvester, Tweety, and a 
bulldog are all hospitalized with broken legs and under the care of Granny, who is a nurse; and restauranteur Porky 
struggles with an inept chef and a troublesome ant to provide his customers with the food that they ordered.
"Bunker Hill Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Wild and Woolly Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Porky's Cafe" with Porky Pig and Conrad Cat

Show # 57
Daffy is an unconvincing Robin Hood, Bugs defeats the plan of Marvin Martian to obliterate planet Earth, and a disturbance
in a cosmic force results in a Martian baby being delivered to Earth parents, while an Earthling infant starts its born 
days on Mars.  
"Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Rocket-Bye Baby" with Mot the Infant Martian
"Hip Clip" from "Gift Wrapped" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hare-Way to the Stars" with Bugs Bunny and Marvin Martian

Show # 58
Sylvester endeavors to guard Tweety from an orange cat's hungry clutches, for Granny has threatened a violin string fate 
for Sylvester should any harm come to Tweety. Next, Elmer is only too happy to slaughter annoying beggar Daffy Duck for 
Sunday dinner- and Daffy's longtime and bitter rival for Elmer's gratuity, the barnyard dog, is pleased to assist Elmer in
bringing Daffy to the beheading blade! Finally, Pa O'Possum tries to rouse his slothful, hanging-from-tree offspring to 
peel spuds.
"Tweet and Sour" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Don't Axe Me" with Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Mrs. Fudd
"Hip Clip" from "Mouse Mazurka" with Sylvester
"Sleepy-Time Possum" with Ma, Pa, and Junior O'Possum

Show # 59
A medieval jousting contest between Bugs and a short-tempered knight commences this installment with Porky viewing the 
programming at a cinema and Daffy warring with the Goofy Gophers whose humble subterranean abode is the site of promised 
gold on Daffy's limerick treasure map.
"Knights Must Fall" with Bugs Bunny and Sir Pantsalot of Dropseat Manor
"The Film Fan" with Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Barbary Coast Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Nasty Canasta
"Tease For Two" with Daffy Duck and the Goofy Gophers

Show # 60
Miss Prissy lays a golden egg- and loses it, the finders being Daffy and Sylvester, who fight each other over the issue of
its rightful ownership. Also in this installment, a young mouse dreams that he is Little Red Riding Hood and that 
Sylvester is the Big Bad Wolf, with their confrontation occurring inside of a house and Sylvester being defeated by the 
mouse's cunning and hurriedly constructed contraption- a miniature Army tank. In addition, Marc Anthony, guard dog at a 
construction yard, protects the wiener lunch that he has provided to his kitten friend, Pussyfoot, from an interloping 
alley cat.
"Little Red Rodent Hood" with Sylvester
"The Yolk's On You" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, Sylvester, and Daffy Duck
"Hip Clip" from "Satan's Waitin'" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Cat Feud" with Marc Antony, Pussyfoot, and Claude Cat

Show # 61
Bugs bows out of a role as the victim of the rifle of 'The Sportsman's Hour' host Elmer Fudd and is pursued in vain by 
Fudd through a television studio; seasick Sylvester's bottle of mal-de-mer remedy is mixed with nitroglycerin by Tweety;
and Foghorn Leghorn's plan to marry well-to-do Miss Prissy to avoid a long, cold winter in his own squalor is complicated
by Prissy's adoption of lost-and-foundling Henery Hawk, who persists in succumbing to his innate urge to eat chicken and 
chewing the flesh of Foghorn's arm.
"Wideo Wabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Tweety's S.O.S." with Sylvester, Tweety, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Strangled Eggs" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Henery Hawk

Show # 62
Hitchhiker Daffy troubles car-driver Porky on the U.S. roadways, where "the long arm of the law" ultimately grabs them for
Daffy's too forceful push on the accelerator of Porky's vehicle; Tweety is a Confederate Army carrier bird with a top 
secret message for General Lee which the Yankees dispatch Secret Messenger Destroyer Sylvester to intercept; and Bugs 
foils the voracious appetite of the Tasmanian Devil in a jungle medical facility.
"Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"The Rebel Without Claws" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Dough For the Do-Do" with Porky Pig and the Do-Do Bird
"Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil

Show # 63
Daffy is tormented by a prankish, uncooperative animator, Sylvester endures a horrible night with his blase master, Porky,
in a Western ghost town's spooky inn, and a fox pretends to be a dog to gain the friendship and confidence of the bulldog
guarding the succulent chickens which the hungry fox wants to filch, but the bulldog is not fooled for a second by the fox
and claims to be imparting to his "brother dog" a lesson of watchdoggery in throwing a stick of lit TNT for the fox to 
fetch and endure in his mouth the explosion. 
"Duck Amuck" with Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny
"A Fox in a Fix" with the Scheming Fox
"Hip Clip" from "Hen House Henery" with Foghorn Leghorn and Henery Hawk
"Claws For Alarm" with Porky Pig and Sylvester

Show # 64
Bugs is captured by Marvin Martian as a pet for Marvin's captured Himalayan companion, the Abominable Snowman, but Bugs 
persuades the snowman to instead adopt Marvin as the mechanism for his "Mickey Martian" wristwatch. Next, baby kangaroo 
Hippety Hopper escapes captivity in a circus and jumps into a yard where Sylvester is bragging to his son about his 
alleged mouse-fighting prowess- and because Sylvester Sr. and Jr. presume Hippety to be a huge rodent, Sylvester must 
combat and thus be humiliatingly bested again and again by the playful, young kangaroo. Finally, Daffy hunts bear in a
mountainous forest area of the United States.
"Spaced-Out Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Marvin Martian, and the Abominable Snowman
"Pop 'im Pop!" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"Hip Clip" from "Bedevilled Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"Suppressed Duck" with Daffy Duck

Show # 65
Yankee bunny Bugs is blocked for a time from reaping the record carrot crop in Alabama by ornery Confederate soldier
Yosemite Sam, who guards the Mason-Dixon Line 90 years after the end of the American Civil War; the Goofy Gophers humble 
the dog who, against their protests, persisted in burying a bone in their home burrow; and Sylvester vies with an one-eyed
orange tabby cat for possession of Tweety in the snowy city, with such objects as a dunking bird, a rifle, a long-neck 
ashtray, a mailbox, and a frozen park pond involved in the struggle that ends with Tweety outwitting both flu-stricken 
putty tats.
"Southern Fried Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"A Bone For a Bone" with the Goofy Gophers
"Hip Clip" from "Crockett-Doodle-Do" with Foghorn Leghorn and Egghead Jr.
"Putty Tat Trouble" with Tweety and Sylvester
Season 3 

Show # 1
Bugs goes ballistic when he learns that rabbits merit a hunting bounty of only 2 cents as they are supposedly harmless 
creatures, a drunken note wreaks havoc on a music sheet, and a farmer's patriotic plowhorse eagerly enlists in the U.S. 
Army but fails his physical examination.
"Rebel Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and the Game Commissioner
"The Draft Horse" with the Draft Horse
"Hip Clip" from "Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"High Note" with the Drunken Note

Show # 2
A desperately tired, violently irritable man mistakenly chooses for a night's stay the hotel managed by Elmer Fudd with 
raucous chatterbox Daffy as bellhop; needless to say, sleep is impossible for the volatile guest, and it is Elmer and not
sleep-preventive Daffy who bears the brunt of the guest's displeasure. The yuletide is anything but peaceful in the home 
of Granny and Sylvester when Tweety and a bulldog are among the presents beneath the Christmas tree. Finally, mountain 
cabin owner Yosemite Sam intends to bake Bugs in an oven, only to himself be tricked by Bugs into the oven on the not-
quite-false pretense that a rollicking party transpires inside of it.
"A Pest in the House" with Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
"Gift Wrapped" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Rabbit Every Monday" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 3
Foghorn Leghorn and the barnyard dog continue their feud, with a fox seeking to filch chickens in their care, becoming 
involved in the hostilities- until Foghorn and the dog team to rid their farmland of the interloper; Tweety pilots a 
flying bird cage; and a mechanical female bunny lures Bugs into the lair of an evil scientist, whose hulking, orange-
haired stooge is outwitted by Bugs into a painful mousetrap manicure and then by Bugs' cunning exploitation of the 
creature's shyness.
"Fox Terror" with Foghorn Leghorn and the Scheming Fox
"The Jet Cage" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "The Wearing of the Grin" with Porky Pig and the Leprechauns
"Hair-Raising Hare" with Bugs Bunny, Gossamer, and Peter Lorre

Show # 4
Bugs reminisces for a reporter his ascension through Vaudevillian dances and pratfalls to Hollywood celebrity status, a
foppish canine protecting a garden is neutralized by a pair of mischievous and clever gophers who wish to harvest 
vegetables, including carrots- but the gophers had not counted upon further opposition to their forage in the form of 
fellow garden raider Bugs Bunny, and Claude Cat confronts Frisky Puppy at a construction site and underneath a tree 
inhabited by Tweety.
"What's Up, Doc?" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"The Goofy Gophers" with the Goofy Gophers
"Hip Clip" from "The Wabbit Who Came to Supper" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"No Barking" with Claude Cat and Frisky Puppy

Show # 5
Marshland inhabitant Daffy tries to divert the rifle of hunter Elmer Fudd toward the fox who also pursues Daffy with 
intent to kill, and Daffy triumphantly finds that he is, "...dealing with inferior mentalities." Cosmic force disturbance
results in a Martian baby being delivered to Earth parents, while an Earthling infant starts its born days on Mars. A 
construction worker discovers a frog that will sing only for him and thus frustrates his aim of attaining fame and fortune
by exhibiting the tuneful amphibian.
"What Makes Daffy Duck?" with Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
"Rocket-Bye Baby" with Mot the Infant Martian
"Hip Clip" from "Cat Feud" with Marc Antony, Pussyfoot, and Claude Cat
"One Froggy Evening" with Michigan J. Frog

Show # 6
Daffy painfully persuades homeowner Porky Pig to purchase an accident insurance policy, Marvin Martian is thwarted by Bugs
from exploding a telescopically obstructive Earth, and Elmer and Bugs are geriatric foes in the year 2000, when 
Smellovision has replaced television, and the as-always-violent encounter brings the ancient Elmer to a grave, wherein he
is buried alive by Bugs!
"Fool Coverage" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hare-Way to the Stars" with Bugs Bunny and Marvin Martian
"The Old Grey Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 7
Bugs protects a younger bunny from the gastronomic intentions of addle-brained Pete Puma, pushy Charlie Dog tells in 
flashback to a fellow canine his futile attempt to ingratiate himself with urban apartment dweller Porky Pig- whom Charlie
wanted to be Charlie's master, and a kitten dropped within a sack out of a car tumbles and rolls to the door of the 
domicile of a pair of mice, who accept the foundling feline as their foster child before delivering the young cat to a 
human for pet adoption- and when they visit their former dependent a year later, he strives to protect them from his mice-
abhorring mistress. 
"Rabbit's Kin" with Bugs Bunny and Pete Puma
"Mouse-Placed Kitten" with Ma and Pa Mouse and Junior Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Satan's Waitin'" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Little Orphan Airedale" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog

Show # 8
Bugs invades Elmer's sweet dream, converting it into the most surreal of hunter's nightmares; a pair of constables, one
incredibly stupid and the other beset by mishaps caused by his colleague, chase a mouse that stole a diamond for the sole
purpose of relieving a hangover from overindulgence on rum cake; and Charlie Dog, seeking a master, pesters the happily 
canine-less farmer Porky Pig.
"The Big Snooze" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"The Mouse On 57th Street" with the Rum Cake-Eating Mouse
"Hip Clip" from "Racketeer Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Hugo
"Often an Orphan" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog

Show # 9
A pair of nuts spawn hunter and quarry, respectively an Elmer Fudd prototype and a hyperactive Daffy Duck, who gun duel at
ten paces at the bidding of a turtle, with the hunter missing his gunshot at Daffy at embarrassingly close range; in the 
wintery city, Tweety flees Sylvester and an orange putty tat onto a frozen park pond and cuts the ice around the cats so
that they fall into frigid water and become flu-stricken; and Bugs is a burdensome but potentially lucrative houseguest to
Sam, Duke of Yosemite.
"Daffy Duck and Egghead" with Daffy Duck and Egghead
"Putty Tat Trouble" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "A Hare Grows in Manhattan" with Bugs Bunny and Bulldog
"From Hare to Heir" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 10
Bugs evades the advances of a fat, uncomely, lovelorn female bunny from Slobovia; a meek, little kitten entrusted by his 
father to guard a kitchen from interlopers, is bullied by rats into serving food to them before acquiring the resolve and
the courage to combat the rodents; and Ralph Phillips slips in and out of flights of daydream fantasy in the middle of 
school classes.
"Rabbit Romeo" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"The Night Watchman" with Little Tommy Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Rabbit Punch" with Bugs Bunny and the Crusher
"From A to Z-z-z-z" with Ralph Phillips

Show # 11
Porky's pied piping purpose of ridding Hamelin of its infesting rodents infuriates the town's cats, whose leader endeavors
in the guise of a giant mouse to prove Porky incapable of completing this job and to hereby preserve feline relevance and
honor in Hamelin; Bugs and the slow-witted dog hunting him endure a lengthy, harrowing fall through a hole near the edge 
of a cliff; and Sylvester hopes to prove his feline mettle to his master by catching and slapping the same mouse again and
again. 
"Paying the Piper" with Porky Pig
"The Heckling Hare" with Bugs Bunny and the Dopey Hunting Dog
"Hip Clip" from "A Tale of Two Kitties" with Tweety, Babbit, and Catstello
"The Unexpected Pest" with Sylvester

Show # 12
River boat gambler Colonel Shuffle is challenged to a high-stakes game of poker by Bugs. Next, lazy, fat, pampered pussy
Dodsworth, ordered by his mistress to "round up" all of the mice in their home, deceives a kitten into doing the work on
the pretense that he is giving to the kitten valuable instruction and practice in the catly art of rodent capture. 
Finally, a slick mouse tries to hypnotize his slow-witted cohort into bravely confronting the feline blockage to their
feast in a delicatessen.
"Mississippi Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Colonel Shuffle
"Kiddin' the Kitten" with Dodsworth the Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Kitty Kornered" with Porky Pig and Sylvester
"The Mouse-Merized Cat" with Babbit and Catstello

Show # 13
Bugs is terrorized by murderous Mr. Hyde in the home of Bugs' carrot-provider friend, Dr. Jekyll; a giant's infant is 
delivered by an intoxicated stork to a normal-sized suburban couple, who try valiantly to parent the huge bundle of joy;
and Wild West train-robbing desperado Yosemite Sam encounters formidable and victorious opposition in Bugs, a joyous 
passenger in the Super-Chief baggage car.
"Hyde and Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Dr. Jekyll
"Goo Goo Goliath" with the Drunken Stork
"Hare Trigger" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 14
Amateur photographer Elmer Fudd, seeking snapshots of woodland creatures, is heckled to the brink of insanity by a 
rascally rabbit. Daffy learns that the Tasmanian Devil becomes docile when exposed to music; and so, he braves escorting
the escaped Taz back into zoo captivity by use of melodies on a transistor radio, a horn, and his own, soon raspy singing
voice- for a $5,000 reward. Lastly, Sylvester is resolved to instruct his son on the standard cat behavior of bird kill,
with Sylvester Jr.'s feathered best friend as the target! 
"Elmer's Candid Camera" with Elmer Fudd
"Ducking the Devil" with Daffy Duck and Tasmanian Devil
"Hip Clip" from "Back Alley Op-Roar" with Elmer Fudd and Sylvester
"Birds of a Father" with Sylvester and Sylvester Jr.

Show # 15
Henery Hawk, in an inexperienced hunt for chicken flesh, encounters for the first time, swaggering rooster Foghorn Leghorn
and Foghorn's opponent, the barnyard dog, who team to fight an aggressive stallion, the outcome of the fracas being Henery
pulling rooster, dog, and horse and saying, "One of these things has got to be a chicken." Also in this installment, Daffy
serves as Bugs' stunt double in the hope of proving himself capable as a leading character for being granted a series of
acclaimed cartoons all his own, and Bugs humiliates hunter Elmer Fudd in an uproariously funny stage performance of "The 
Barber of Seville".
"Walky Talky Hawky" with Foghorn Leghorn and Henery Hawk
"A Star is Bored" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Hip Clip" from "One Froggy Evening" with Michigan J. Frog
"The Rabbit of Seville" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 16
Bugs battles and betters a goofy lion, who, it is revealed, is subservient to his spouse, who orders him home after his
humiliation by Bugs, before Bugs learns that he also is not the dominant one in his marriage; Foghorn Leghorn is, too, a
"henpecked" husband, commanded by his wife to sit on and guard their egg, which is sought for carnivorous purposes by 
Henery Hawk in Indian garb; and Tweety and Granny are the new occupants of a city brownstone at which Sylvester is a 
hungry vagrant.
"The Egg-Cited Rooster" with Foghorn Leghorn and Henery Hawk
"Hold the Lion, Please" with Bugs Bunny and Leo the Lion
"Hip Clip" from "A Hare Grows in Manhattan" with Bugs Bunny and Bulldog
"Muzzle Tough" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny

Show # 17
Bugs remembers his youth as a New York City bunny dancing in the streets and joyfully singing "She's the Daughter of Rosie
O'Grady" while cleverly avoiding injury by a group of canines led by a bully bulldog; Speedy substitutes on Halloween for 
a Hawaiian-vacationing Witch Hazel and in so-doing is visited by Daffy, for whom Speedy serves a sorcerous blend of tea 
that transforms Daffy into a freakish thing with a label of screwball; and door-to-door salesman Daffy visits the hideout
of a notorious criminal, whose misdeeds Daffy unwittingly punishes by a series of accidents caused by his wares.
"A Hare Grows in Manhattan" with Bugs Bunny and Bulldog
"A-Haunting We Will Go" with Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, and Witch Hazel
"The Stupor Salesman" with Daffy Duck and Slug McSlug

Show # 18
Elmer struggles to be kind to houseguest Bugs as per a directive from his wealthy uncle Louie, from whom Elmer will be 
heir to a fortune if he complies with Louie's wishes; Tweety is a Confederate Army carrier bird with a top secret message
for General Lee which the Yankees dispatch Secret Messenger Destroyer Sylvester to intercept; and Foghorn Leghorn endures 
an uninvited visit by his annoying, egotistical, practical joking college chum- Jackie Gleason-inspired rooster Rhode 
Island Red.
"The Wabbit Who Came to Supper" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"The Rebel Without Claws" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Jack Wabbit and the Beanstalk" with Bugs Bunny and the Giant
"Raw! Raw! Rooster" with Foghorn Leghorn and Rhode Island Red

Show # 19
Elmer's hunting expedition in a woodland brings him into futile conflict with an early version of Bugs Bunny; a friendly
creature from another world visits Earth and encounters nothing but frightened hysteria from the populace of this 
primitive planet; and Foghorn Leghorn dons boxing gloves to spar with his barnyard canine adversary who insulted "mother"
Foghorn's presumed ostrich progeny.
"The Wild Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Martian Through Georgia" with the Friendly Alien
"Hip Clip" from "Tree Cornered Tweety" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Mother Was a Rooster" with Foghorn Leghorn

Show # 20
Daffy is hunted in a marshland by Porky Pig and by Porky's dog and brought by them to Porky's house, where Daffy connives
to strain the relationship between pig and canine; Elmer Fudd plays the part of a Confederate horseman called away from 
his proposed marriage to Southern belle Crimson O'Hairoil to fight the American Civil War; and Bugs bows out of a role as
the victim of the rifle of 'The Sportsman's Hour' host Elmer and is pursued in vain by Fudd through a television studio.
"Daffy Duck Hunt" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Confederate Honey" with Elmer Fudd
"Hip Clip" from "Daffy Duck in Hollywood" with Daffy Duck
"Wideo Wabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 21
Pepe Le Pew believes that an orange tomcat, disguised as a skunk in an attempt to scare away meat shopkeepers and thereby
have unfettered access to nourishment, is a female of his stinky species and pursues the cat on this basis; the Goofy 
Gophers enter a food processing factory with determination to reclaim their vegetables confiscated by "vandals"; and Daffy
and Porky are Space Age representatives of Earth wishing to claim ownership of a planet on which a rare shaving cream atom
is known to exist.
"Odor-able Kitty" with Pepe Le Pew
"I Gopher You" with the Goofy Gophers
"Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Marvin Martian

Show # 22
A spoof on 1920s organized crime, Daffy's effort to escape the slaughtering axe of Elmer Fudd, whose wife and dog are, 
like Fudd, grimly intent on Daffy becoming meal fodder, and Foghorn Leghorn's less than fun games of croquet, cowboys and
Indians, and pirates with Egghead Jr. comprise this episode.
"Don't Axe Me" with Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Mrs. Fudd
"Thugs With Dirty Mugs" with Ed G. Robemsome and F.H.A. Sherlock Homes
"Hip Clip" from "Feed the Kitty" with Marc Antony and Pussyfoot
"Feather Dusted" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Egghead Jr.

Show # 23
In the Middle Ages, Bugs is challenged to a jousting duel by an excitable and overconfident knight. Next, Tweety finds
sanctuary from Sylvester by cozying to a nanny on a park bench. Then, a libidinous tomcat is lured into a belligerent 
dog's striking range by a hand puppet of a female feline operated by the dog, but the tomcat is alerted to the dog's 
presence by his reaching to the rear of the "girl kitty" and feeling the dog's nose, and so does he flee the dog.
"Knights Must Fall" with Bugs Bunny and Sir Pantsalot of Dropseat Manor
"Home Tweet Home" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Bugs Bunny Rides Again" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"The Hep Cat" with the Hep Cat

Show # 24
Victor in confrontations with his cerebral wannabe devourer, Wile E. Coyote, and with rabbit's pelt seeker Daffy in the 
Klondike, Bugs is honored in an errata-filled fifty-first-and-a-fraction birthday celebration. "Maybe we can fix it in the
editing?" Bugs suggests.
"Rabbit's Feat" with Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote
"Blooper Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Yosemite Sam
"Hip Clip" from "Stage Door Cartoon" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"The Iceman Ducketh" with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck

Show # 25
Charlie Dog, seeking a master, pesters the happily canine-less farmer Porky Pig, the Goofy Gophers humble the dog who,
against their protests, persisted in burying a bone in their home burrow, and although Bugs builds a huge city around a
Western frontier town, Yosemite Sam insists that the community area is not big enough for him and Bugs, and after an 
escalating pointing of six shooter to ten shooter, Bugs peashoots Sam and leads him on a chase on horseback to Sam's 
collision with a brick wall, erected by Bugs, at the end of a tunnel.
"Often an Orphan" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog
"A Bone For a Bone" with the Goofy Gophers
"Hip Clip" from "Buccaneer Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Bugs Bunny Rides Again" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 26
Sylvester rouses his feline brethren to protest Porky's edict that they be expelled from Porky's house by night in the 
middle of winter and brags to his son about his prowess as a mouse fighter- before baby kangaroo Hippety Hopper appears 
and Sylvester is obliged to engage in combat with Hippety to prove the verity of his talk. Also, Bugs wages a war of 
fortresses against Yosemite Sam "Von Schamm" at Bagel Heights in 1776.
"Pop 'im Pop!" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"Bunker Hill Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Kitty Kornered" with Porky Pig and Sylvester

Show # 27
Miss Prissy selects Foghorn Leghorn as her husband-to-be and "lands" him- with the assistance of the barnyard dog; a 
clumsy, none-too-intelligent canine chases a sly quail through a forest and in so-doing collides with many a tree and 
finally into a log cabin, which is demolished in the impact; and Daffy competes in vain with Porky for patronage in the 
frontier hotel business.
"Lovelorn Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"The Crackpot Quail" with the Dopey Hunting Dog
"Daffy's Inn Trouble" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 28
Elmer is a railway planner who commits the unpardonable mistake of choosing a locomotive route over Bugs' woodland habitat
and is therefore heckled mercilessly by Bugs; Henery Hawk is lectured by Foghorn Leghorn on the necessity of "starting 
small" in his quest for chicken flesh; and Sylvester blasts his family's cottage into smithereens while attempting 
increasingly volatile methods of capturing a wily Goldilocks mouse.   
"Goldimouse and the Three Cats" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Goldimouse
"The Unruly Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Hip Clip" from "Ballot Box Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Hen House Henery" with Foghorn Leghorn and Henery Hawk

Show # 29
A pampered, mansion-inhabiting feline, left to fend for himself after abusively causing the resignation of his butler, 
tries to learn from a book how to catch mice and encounters a pair of riotous rodents who convince him that a bulldog is a
mouse and thereby foster a painful fate for the hapless, bulldog-attacking cat. Secondly, Foghorn Leghorn escorts genius 
boy chick Egghead Jr. to the forest to teach him about scouting and woodcraft- real Davey Crockett stuff, but it is 
Foghorn who learns lessons of creating whistles and smoke signals, starting fires, triggering rainfall, and setting
traps, from the prodigious Egghead. Finally, criminals Rocky and Mugsy, having stolen a fortune, "hole up" in a condemned
building whose occupant, Bugs, is in an apartment directly beneath the thugs and contrives to generate suspicion and 
animosity between the duo.
"The Aristo-Cat" with Hubie and Bertie
"Crockett-Doodle-Do" with Foghorn Leghorn and Egghead Jr.
"Hip Clip" from "Daffy Duck Hunt" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Bugsy and Mugsy" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Mugsy

Show # 30
Bugs selects the guise of a mermaid for underwater heckling of a canine of east European extraction, Sylvester, Tweety, 
and a bulldog are hospitalized and attended by R.N. Granny following an accident in a city street, and baby kangaroo 
Hippety Hopper helps a mouse in a lighthouse to extinguish the beacon that happens to shine into the mouse's hole and thus
impedes the mouse's sleep- and to combat Sylvester, who is under orders by the Scottish lighthouse keeper to eliminate the
mouse and maintain the light.
"Hare Ribbin'" with Bugs Bunny and the Russian Hunting Dog
"Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" for "The Pest That Came to Dinner" with Porky Pig and Pierre Termite
"Lighthouse Mouse" with Sylvester and Hippety Hopper

Show # 31
Sylvester's use of a hunting bird, Malcolm Falcon, in his chase of the fastest mouse in all of Mexico, results in attacks
upon Sylvester by the fallible, irritable, and aggressive bird, loss of many of Sylvester's hairs, and the de-tailing with
salt- of Sylvester and Malcolm! Also, Elmer has difficulty falling asleep and Daffy is brought to divorce court by his 
shrewish mallard wife.
"Road to Andalay" with Speedy Gonzales, Sylvester, and Malcolm Falcon
"Good Night, Elmer" with Elmer Fudd
"Hip Clip" from "Bedeviled Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"The Henpecked Duck" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 32
A pair of famished men marooned on a tropical island try and fail to subsist by procuring the flesh of seagoing wanderer
Bugs; seasick Sylvester's bottle of mal-de-mer remedy is mixed with nitroglycerin by Tweety; and the loading of gunpowder
into a rifle is problematic for Sylvester, particularly with Hippety Hopper pulling the rifle's trigger.
"Wackiki Wabbit" with Bugs Bunny and the Two Castaways
"Tweety's S.O.S." with Sylvester, Tweety, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Ant Pasted" with Elmer Fudd
"The Slap-Hoppy Mouse" with Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper

Show # 33
A construction yard's guard dog, Marc Antony, protects kitten Pussyfoot's wiener lunch from an alley cat; July 4 festivity
turns into a life-and-death struggle for Elmer, who has chosen the wrong army of ants to tease with his exploding 
firecrackers; and Bugs prepares to race against Cecil Turtle, whose reputation for illogically winning hare-tortoise 
running contests Bugs seeks to subvert once and for all by disguising himself as a reporter to inquire as to the secret to
Cecil's success: an air-flow chassis, which Bugs manufactures for his own use, only to lose the competition anyway, when 
his rabbit cohorts mistake him for Cecil and act to delay the progress of "Cecil" to the finish line.
"Cat Feud" with Marc Antony, Pussyfoot, and Claude Cat
"Ant Pasted" with Elmer Fudd
"Hip Clip" from "Mouse Mazurka" with Sylvester
"Tortoise Wins By a Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Cecil Turtle

Show # 34
To avoid personal taxidermy, Bugs flees the manager of a department store in which Bugs has been part of a window display
of camping gear and now is planned to be a stuffed specimen in the sporting goods section. Next, Speedy and his friends' 
fiesta is interrupted by loco el gato Sylvester, who is led on a chase by Speedy that results in Sylvester requiring arm
and leg casts and being infirm in a wheelchair. Finally, Daffy learns that the Tasmanian Devil becomes docile when exposed
to music; and so, he braves escorting the escaped Taz back into zoo captivity by use of melodies on a transistor radio, a
horn, and his own, soon raspy singing voice- for a $5,000 reward. 
"Hare Conditioned" with Bugs Bunny and the Great Gildersleeve
"Cats and Bruises" with Sylvester and Speedy Gonzales
"Hip Clip" from "Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Ducking the Devil" with Daffy Duck and Tasmanian Devil

Show # 35
A worm endeavors to lure aquatic life forms to their doom at the end of a fisher's hook by, among other things, a show of
aerial acrobatics and an enticing mermaid disguise; Elmer's farm rooster thinks that Elmer is going to slaughter him for
Sunday dinner and schemes, always without success, to prevent the coming of Sunday morning, then to dispose of Elmer's 
axe, and then to eliminate Elmer before Fudd can do the "disagreeable job"; and Daffy wishes to be boon companion to a 
millionaire but is impeded from entering the wealthy one's mansion by the man's pet bulldog.
"Greetings Bait" with the Wacky Worm
"Each Dawn I Crow" with Elmer Fudd and John Rooster
"Hip Clip" from "Bunker Hill Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Fast Buck Duck" with Daffy Duck and Bulldog

Show # 36
Porky tries in vain to rid a tourist lodge of noisy, sleep-disrupting mice and keenly joins the U.S. Air Corps and is
assigned to clean a robot aircraft that accidentally sends Porky through a flight of many collisions, and Bugs is 1920s 
crime-buster "Elegant Mess", assigned to apprehend Rocky the gangster and Rocky's bumbling henchman, Mugsy.
"Trap-Happy Porky" with Porky Pig
"The Unmentionables" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Mugsy
"Plane Dippy" with Porky Pig

Show # 37
A beanie-capped crow raids an elderly farmer's corn field and fetters the farmer's many efforts to liquidate him; Porky 
and Petunia Pig are leaders of feuding families in the hills of Kentucky; and Elmer Fudd pursues Bugs Bunny into a 
Vaudeville stage act, by which Bugs heckles and humiliates his hunter foe.
"Corn Plastered" with the Beany-Capped Crow
"Naughty Neighbors" with Porky Pig and Petunia Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Mutiny On the Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Stage Door Cartoon" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 38
Yankee bunny Bugs is blocked for a time from reaping the record carrot crop in Alabama by ornery Confederate soldier 
Yosemite Sam, who guards the Mason-Dixon Line 90 years after the end of the American Civil War; Sylvester and a dimwit 
friend, while seeking to capture a mouse, enter a pier warehouse in which they find a shipment crate from Australia and 
its occupant- an apparent giant rodent; and Bugs pretends to be a carrier of "rabbititus", an infectious disease that he 
claims is fatal to humans, in order to scare the wits out of Elmer Fudd.
"Southern Fried Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Hoppy Go Lucky" with Sylvester, Benny Cat, and Hippety Hopper
"Hip Clip" from "Buccaneer Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Hare Tonic" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 39
Caricatures of Hollywood notables dine Chez Ciro, Bugs escapes a fowl fate in an experimental psyche swap before an 
audience of scientists, and Sylvester Jr.'s Pied Pipe lures into his and his father's midst a very bulky "mouse".
"Too Hop to Handle" Sylvester, Sylvester Jr., and Hippety Hopper
"Hollywood Steps Out" with Cary Grant, Edward G. Robinson, Clark Gable, Peter Lorre, and Groucho Marx
"Hot Cross Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and the Bespectacled Doctor

Show # 40
An elastic band as a means of rodent propulsion, a model airplane, and sheer bravado are all ineffective in the quest of 
two mice to bypass a house cat to acquire some cheese; Daffy's derring-do as Robin Hood consists entirely of embarrassing
pratfalls; and a fox pretends to be a dog to gain the friendship and confidence of the bulldog guarding the succulent
chickens which the hungry fox wants to filch, but the bulldog is not fooled for a second by the fox and claims to be 
imparting to his "brother dog" a lesson of watchdoggery in throwing a stick of lit TNT for the fox to fetch and endure in
his mouth the explosion. 
"A Tale of Two Mice" with Babbit and Catstello
"A Fox in a Fix" with the Scheming Fox
"Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 41
Professional boxing, painting nature portraits, and a serving of literally dynamite Wild Turkey Surprise are elements of 
an episode with Bugs imitating a monkey and a doctor and Daffy becoming the engine of Porky's automobile.
"Rabbit Punch" with Bugs Bunny and the Crusher
"Bedeviled Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 42
Daffy tries to avoid "flapping his way to Miami" by hitchhiking and hence being the troublesome passenger in Porky's 
automobile, Bugs is the elusive prey of bashful, lame-brained Beaky Buzzard, who has been commanded by his mother to 
capture a rabbit for dinner, and Foghorn Leghorn's entitlement to "cock of the walk" of his barnyard is threatened by the
birth of Miss Prissy's precocious son.
"A Broken Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid" with Bugs Bunny and Beaky Buzzard
"Hip Clip" from "Elmer's Candid Camera" with Elmer Fudd
"Thumb Fun" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 43
Daffy hunts bear in a mountainous forest area of the United States and is frustrated in this endeavor by a boundary 
protecting the bears on its other side from Daffy's rifle fire; Sylvester's chase of Tweety on Granny's farm brings him 
into conflict with Granny's bulldog and an aggressive rooster; and an abandoned, dilapidated house chosen by Bugs as a 
residence becomes the hideout of Edward G. Robinson and Peter Lorre caricature gangsters, who are outwitted by Bugs.
"Suppressed Duck" with Daffy Duck
"Fowl Weather" with Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and Hector Bulldog
"Hip Clip" from ""Barbary Coast Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Nasty Canasta
"Racketeer Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny, Rocky, and Hugo

Show # 44
Sylvester and Tweety are snowbound in a cabin where the larder only contains bird seed, a boy who mistreats his dog dreams
about what it is like to be in the position of an abused pet, that of an unwittingly hurtful little girl, and Bugs races
against Cecil Turtle and, although being the victor in the contest, is apprehended by the police for exceeding the speed
limit.
"Snow Business" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"A Waggily Tale" with Elvis Dog and Junior
"Rabbit Transit" with Bugs Bunny and Cecil Turtle

Show # 45
Sylvester's persistent nocturnal aria inflames Elmer Fudd, who is trying to sleep; Porky, en route to a grocery store,
decides to sample the show at his his local theatre; and Daffy is tormented by a prankish, uncooperative animator.
"Back Alley Op-Roar" with Elmer Fudd and Sylvester
"The Film Fan" with Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "The Hep Cat" with the Hep Cat
"Duck Amuck" with Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny

Show # 46
Tweety, nesting in a tree in the midst of a dog pound, is digestively sought by Sylvester; restauranteur Porky struggles 
with an inept chef and a troublesome ant to provide his customers with the food that they ordered; and Elmer goes 
prospecting in a desert, but the only gold that he finds is that of a filling in Bugs' tooth, which Bugs refuses to 
relinquish, the resultant fight ending with Elmer pulling his own gold-filled tooth.
"Dog Pounded" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Porky's Cafe" with Porky Pig and Conrad Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Daffy Duck and Egghead" with Daffy Duck and Egghead
"The Wacky Wabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 47
A mute Sylvester and a friend heckle a dog who is a courier of a mysterious package, Tweety, while running from Sylvester,
becomes the birdie in a game of badminton, and Daffy, lost in a desert, is unwilling to part company with the gold nugget
that he has found, despite the fact that he is desperate for water that only a pack rat, desirous of the gold, can 
provide. 
"Bad Ol' Putty Tat" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Doggone Cats" with Sylvester and Wellington Dog
"Hip Clip" from "Little Orphan Airedale" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog
"Aqua Duck" with Daffy Duck

Show # 48
Sylvester tries to climb ladders of wooden and metal furniture to reach Tweety's hanging bird cage but fails to anticipate
that Tweety would be at the ladder's base with a saw and blowtorch to apply to said ladder. Then, the Goofy Gophers act to
retrieve their arboreal home from industrial conversion to furniture and toothpicks. Lastly, Bugs "strikes gold", only to
have his auric property expropriated by despicable desperado Nasty Canasta, who 6 months later is owner of a San 
Franciscan casino that Bugs coyly yet vengefully visits and luckily divests of its ill-gotten finances.
"Tweetie Pie" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Lumber Jerks" with the Goofy Gophers
"Hip Clip" from "Daffy Duck and Egghead" with Daffy Duck and Egghead
"Barbary Coast Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Nasty Canasta

Show # 49
Big Bad Wolf and his nephew try to lure Bugs to his doom and to their hungry bellies on the pretense of Bugs joining Club
del Canejo, a club for rabbits, with Big Bad and his young kin disguised as bunnies in brotherhood with Bugs and scheming
in vain to impale Bugs in an iron maiden and to fire him out of a cannon. Next, a plethora of fictional characters come to
life in a bookshop inhabited by a meek mouse and a bookworm. Finally, murderous mice instill terror in Sylvester who is
residing with blase Porky in an old, spooky house.
"False Hare" with Bugs Bunny and the Big Bad Wolf
"Sniffles and the Bookworm" with Sniffles and the Bookworm
"Scaredy Cat" with Porky Pig and Sylvester

Show # 50
Foghorn Leghorn teams with a hungry weasel to ruffle a nonchalant, chicken farm's sentinel canine, San Franciscan Broken
Arms hotel tenant Granny repels the efforts by Sylvester, residing in the nearby Bird Watchers' Society building, to gain 
access to Granny's room and thence to Tweety, and Bugs overconfidently and unexpectedly loses his race against a lethargic
but crafty turtle.
"Weasel Stop" with Foghorn Leghorn and the Weasel
"Canary Row" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Jack Wabbit and the Beanstalk" with Bugs Bunny and the Giant
"Tortoise Beats Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Cecil Turtle

Show # 51
A dopey, hungry Sylvester is the sorry stooge of a Bing Crosby parrot who wishes to permanently silence rival crooner 
Frank Sinatra canary, by rendering the Sinatra bird cat fodder; Sylvester in his normal persona next endeavors to guard
Tweety from an orange cat's hungry clutches, for Granny has threatened a violin string fate for Sylvester should any harm
come to Tweety; and Daffy fails to do his assigned job of exterminating the fast, Mexican rodent infesting Granny's home.
"Catch as Cats Can" with Sylvester
"Tweet and Sour" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House" with Daffy Duck, Sylvester, Speedy Gonzales, and Granny

Show # 52
Foghorn Leghorn practices ventriloquism to put cock-a-doodle-dos into the mouth of Sylvester, who is thus thought by 
Henery Hawk to be a chicken and dragged by Henery to a waiting stew pot. Next, Porky bolts his doors and seals his windows
against an escaped killer named Bluebeard, whom a mouse in his house then impersonates to extort a banquet from Porky. 
Finally, Bugs and Daffy are captured by the titanic Elmer Fudd in a castle atop a tremendous beanstalk, the former 
escaping fe-fi-fo-fum Fudd's custody, the latter becoming the mechanism of Elmer's wristwatch. 
"Crowing Pains" with Foghorn Leghorn, Henery Hawk, and Sylvester
"Bye, Bye Bluebeard" with Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Rabbit Punch" with Bugs Bunny and the Crusher
"Beanstalk Bunny" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd

Show # 53
A fox is prevented by a burly rooster from snatching a lovelorn hen from a chicken coop; mice Ralph Crumden and Ned Morton
act to remove the feline obstacle to their access to a refrigerator for a cupcake with which to celebrate the birthday of
Ralph's wife, Alice; and rest and relaxation are an impossible quest for camper Elmer in Jellostone Park when said park is
the domain of forest critters Bugs and a ferocious bear.
"Easy Peckins" with the Scheming Fox
"Cheese It- the Cat!" with the Honey-Mousers
"Hip Clip" from "Baseball Bugs" with Bugs Bunny and the Gashouse Gorillas
"Wabbit Twouble" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 54
Sylvester is humiliated in front of a bulldog by jumpy joey Hippety Hopper, whom Sylvester mistakes for a height-and-
brawn-augmented version of his usual tiny rodent foe, a father-and-son pair of hillbilly chicken hawks try and fail to 
feast upon Foghorn Leghorn, who is vacationing in the Deep South, and pirate Yosemite Sam unearths a treasure chest 
containing among many coins and jewels a clever carrot-chomper who assumes the guise of Captain Bligh to berate Sam by 
imposing onto Sam the identity of famed mutineer Fletcher Christian and commandeer Sam's ship.
"Hippety Hopper" with Sylvester and Hippety Hopper
"The Dixie Fryer" with Foghorn Leghorn, Pappy, and Elvis
"Hip Clip" from "Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Buccaneer Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Show # 55
Elmer employs mesmerism in another futile chase of Bugs, who hypnotizes Fudd in believing himself to be a bunny- stalked 
by hunter Bugs; Tweety flees Sylvester in an American city and onto a wooden bridge in the Colorado Rockies, a bridge 
through which Sylvester saws a hole, with Sylvester in the center thereof and falling into a mountain river; and a young 
mouse dreams that he is Little Red Riding Hood and that Sylvester is the Big Bad Wolf, with their confrontation occurring
inside of a house and Sylvester being defeated by the mouse's cunning and hurriedly constructed contraption- a miniature
Army tank. 
"The Hare-Brained Hypnotist" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Tree Cornered Tweety" with Sylvester and Tweety
"Hip Clip" from "Tweetie Pie" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Little Red Rodent Hood" with Sylvester

Show # 56
Amid snowy settings, Tweety seeks shelter in the home of Granny and her two pets, canary craving Sylvester and Sylvester's
sworn enemy and Tweety's self-appointed protector, Hector Bulldog, and Bugs eludes Mountie Elmer Fudd who is assigned to
apprehend Bugs for several legal infractions. Also, Big Bad Wolf pleads innocence when his nephew confronts him about his
infamous misdeeds against the Three Little Pigs- and proceeds to tell his side of the story, of how he was the victim of a
sadistic and avaricious trio of swine. 
"A Street Cat Named Sylvester" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"The Turn-Tale Wolf" with Big Bad Wolf
"Hip Clip" from "Slick Hare" with Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, and Humphrey Bogart
"Fresh Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 57
Foghorn Leghorn's plan to marry well-to-do Miss Prissy to avoid a long, cold winter in his own squalor is complicated by 
Prissy's adoption of lost-and-foundling Henery Hawk, who persists in succumbing to his innate urge to eat chicken and 
chewing the flesh of Foghorn's arm. Then, William Shakespeare gains inspiration for the opening scene of MacBeth by
watching Witch Hazel's unsuccessful pursuit of Bugs for cauldron fodder on the grounds of a Scottish castle. Lastly, Bugs 
is a concert pianist in contention with a crafty, ivory-pressing mouse for audience appreciation.
"Strangled Eggs" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Henery Hawk
"A Witch's Tangled Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Witch Hazel
"Hip Clip" from "Tweety's S.O.S." with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Rhapsody Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and the Pesky Mouse

Show # 58
Elmer captures Bugs as the subject for an experiment on fiendish chemical change, which only results in Elmer becoming the
prey of a huge bear that Elmer mistakes for a transformed Bugs; Porky Pig's leisurely painting expedition in mountain 
country is spoiled a goofy, heckling Daffy Duck, who also in this show is a luckless hunter of bears in a mountainous 
region of the United States.
"Hare Remover" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
"Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Hip Clip" from "Bugs Bunny Rides Again" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Suppressed Duck" with Daffy Duck

Show # 59
When Bugs is granted shelter on a bitterly cold and snowy evening by a kindly, old lady, he finds himself in conflict with
the woman's houseguest-detesting, dimwit hound, who is no match for Bugs' guile; a pair of mice, overindulged on cheese, 
never again able to eat the typical rodent foodstuff, and hence suicidal, plead for a befuddled, quickly dubious of 
personal sanity, and hysterical Claude Cat to eat them; and door-to-door salesman Daffy visits the hideout of a notorious
criminal, whose misdeeds Daffy unwittingly punishes by a series of accidents caused by his wares.
"Hare Force" with Bugs Bunny and Sylvester Dog
"Cheese Chasers" with Claude Cat, Hubie, and Bertie
"The Stupor Salesman" with Daffy Duck and Slug McSlug

Show # 60
A drunken note wreaks havoc on a music sheet, Bugs battles a airplane-wrecking, little demon during World War II, and
Sylvester is resolved to instruct his son on the standard cat behavior of bird kill, with Sylvester Jr.'s feathered best 
friend as the target! 
"High Note" with the Drunken Note
"Falling Hare" with Bugs Bunny and the Gremlin
"Birds of a Father" with Sylvester and Sylvester Jr.

Show # 61
Sylvester is both a timid traveling companion of Porky Pig and a Pied Piping schemer in a rodent-infested Mexican 
community in this installment that also features one of the earliest cartoon appearances of Bugs Bunny, who here speaks in
a voice much different from that with which he is usually identified.
"Claws For Alarm" with Porky Pig and Sylvester
"The Pied Piper of Guadalupe" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Mississippi Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Colonel Shuffle
"Elmer's Pet Rabbit" with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd

Show # 62
Nesting at the top of a pole, Tweety eludes the hungry clutches of a pair of alley cats, Bugs contests Yosemite Sam in a 
small-town mayoral election, and baby kangaroo Hippety Hopper helps a mouse in a lighthouse to extinguish the beacon that
happens to shine into the mouse's hole and thus impedes the mouse's sleep- and to combat Sylvester, who is under orders by
the Scottish lighthouse keeper to eliminate the mouse and maintain the light.
"A Tale of Two Kitties" with Tweety, Babbit, and Catstello
"Ballot Box Bunny" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Hip Clip" from "Scaredy Cat" with Porky Pig and Sylvester
"Lighthouse Mouse" with Sylvester and Hippety Hopper

Show # 63
Porky hunts a rare and valuable bird in the jungles of darkest Africa, little Henery Hawk declines to eat the worm 
provided to him by his mother and embarks on a hunt for poultry, thereby bringing him into conflict with a barnyard 
rooster from which his mother extricates him, and the Tasmanian Devil receives an explosive nitroglycerin prescription 
from Dr. Bugs.
"Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil
"The Squawkin' Hawk" with Henery Hawk
"Hip Clip" from "Buckaroo Bugs" with Bugs Bunny and Red Hot Ryder
"Dough For the Do-Do" with Porky Pig and the Do-Do Bird

Show # 64
A libidinous beatnik rooster disguises himself as an orphaned boy chick to be adopted by Foghorn as a foster son and given
access to all of the hens in Foghorn's farmyard. Next, to remove the impediment (Sylvester) to a block of cheese, a mouse
covertly undermines the amicable relationship between Sylvester and Sylvester's house-mate- Mike Bulldog. Finally, Two 
Yosemite Sams, one red bearded and the other black bearded, residing in a snowbound cabin and desperate for food, are
visited by door-to-door salesman Daffy, who is naturally sought as dinner meat by the two Sams.
"Banty Raids" with Foghorn Leghorn
"Stooge For a Mouse" with Sylvester and Mike Bulldog
"Hip Clip" from "Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Along Came Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Yosemite Sam

Show # 65
Bugs deftly opposes dreaded fast gunslinger Yosemite Sam in a pistol-firing contest in a Wild West saloon, million-dollar-
bird Tweety is held for a ransom of that monetary amount by mobster Rocky, and to the mirth of Johannes Brahms' Hungarian
Rhapsody, the Big Bad Wolf stalks the Three Little Pigs in their straw, wood, and brick dwellings.
"Wild and Woolly Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"Catty Cornered" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Rocky
"Hip Clip" from "Gift Wrapped" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Pigs in a Polka" with the Big Bad Wolf
THE DAFFY DUCK SHOW
Season 1

Show # 1
Daffy is a calamitous Space Age adventurer and a Robin Hood wannabe, with Porky as his sidekick in both cases, and also
hunts bear in the mountain forest region of the United States.
"Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Marvin Martian
"Suppressed Duck" with Daffy Duck
"Hip Clip" from "Lovelorn Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"Robin Hood Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 2
A criminal is visited at his hideout by door-to-door paraphernalia vendor Daffy, whose merchandise, when utilized by the
miscreant, bring about his due comeuppance; Charlie Dog, seeking a master, pesters the happily canine-less farmer Porky;
and Daffy resigns from his janitorial position in Porky's Western hotel, to build an unsuccessful rival inn.
"The Stupor Salesman" with Daffy Duck and Slug McSlug
"Often an Orphan" with Porky Pig and Charlie Dog
"Hip Clip" from "Bad Ol' Putty Tat" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Daffy's Inn Trouble" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 3
Porky Pig's hunting expedition with his dog yields a black duck whose determination to avoid slaughter by his captors 
entails fostering mutual suspicion between Porky and pet; a pair of mice, overindulged on cheese, never again able to eat
the typical rodent foodstuff, and hence suicidal, plead for a befuddled, quickly dubious of personal sanity, and 
hysterical Claude Cat to eat them; and Daffy wishes to be boon companion to a millionaire but is impeded from entering the
wealthy one's mansion by the man's pet bulldog.
"Daffy Duck Hunt" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Cheese Chasers" with Hubie, Bertie, and Claude Cat
"Hip Clip" from "Mixed Master" with Robert Dog
"Fast Buck Duck" with Daffy Duck

Show # 4
Daffy painfully persuades homeowner Porky Pig to purchase an accident insurance policy and braves escorting the escaped 
Tasmanian Devil back into zoo captivity by use of melodies, that render Taz docile and tractable, on a transistor radio, a
horn, and his own, soon raspy singing voice- for a $5,000 reward; and Sylvester breaks an arm and a leg while trying to 
neutralize the bulldog defending Tweety from his hungry clutches. 
"Fool Coverage" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"A Street Cat Named Sylvester" with Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and Hector Bulldog
"Hip Clip" from "Feather Dusted" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Egghead Jr.
"Ducking the Devil" with Daffy Duck and Tasmanian Devil

Show # 5
Elmer is only too happy to slaughter annoying beggar Daffy Duck for Sunday dinner- and Daffy's longtime and bitter rival 
for Elmer's gratuity, the barnyard dog, is pleased to assist Elmer in bringing Daffy to the beheading blade! Beaky Buzzard
cannot wait for Leo the Lion to be decently deceased before trying to devour him- and Leo is unable to escape Beaky even 
by rocketing to the Moon. Finally, Daffy is brought to divorce court by his shrewish mallard wife. 
"Don't Axe Me" with Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Mrs. Fudd
"The Lion's Busy" with Beaky Buzzard and Leo the Lion
"Hip Clip" from "Little Red Rodent Hood" with Sylvester
"The Henpecked Duck" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 6
Porky Pig's leisurely painting expedition in mountain country is spoiled a goofy, heckling Daffy, the yuletide is anything
but peaceful in the home of Granny and Sylvester when Tweety and a bulldog are among the presents beneath the Christmas 
tree, and Daffy wages war against the Goofy Gophers whose humble subterranean abode is the site of promised gold on 
Daffy's limerick treasure map.
"Boobs in the Woods" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Gift Wrapped" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Hip Clip" from "Greedy For Tweety" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"Tease For Two" with Daffy Duck and the Goofy Gophers

Show # 7
Hitchhiker Daffy troubles car-driver Porky on the U.S. roadways, where "the long arm of the law" ultimately grabs them for
Daffy's too forceful push on the accelerator of Porky's vehicle; Sylvester's attempt to capture a Slobovian rodent in a
baron's home ends with a pair of fatal jigs by himself and the mouse with the libation of nitroglycerin; and stowaway 
Daffy must entertain a Charles Laughton-esque ship's Captain and a cynical parrot to avoid a strangulating punishment for
his unauthorized presence on the seagoing vessel.
"Thumb Fun" with Porky Pig and Daffy Duck
"Mouse Mazurka" with Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Cat Feud" with Marc Antony, Pussyfoot, and Claude Cat
"Good Noose" with Daffy Duck

Show # 8
Daffy is tormented by a prankish, uncooperative animator and with Porky patrols city streets as a law enforcer on 
Halloween, and a construction worker finds a frog that sings only for him.
"Duck Amuck" with Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny
"One Froggy Evening" with Michigan J. Frog
"Hip Clip" from "Curtain Razor" with Porky Pig
"Corn On the Cop" with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Granny

Show # 9
Lost in a desert, Daffy is unwilling to part company with the gold nugget that he has found, despite the fact that he is 
desperate for water that only a pack rat, desirous of the gold, can provide. A golden egg laid by Miss Prissy also causes
greedy strife for Daffy. Further, Prissy selects Foghorn Leghorn as her husband-to-be and "lands" him- with the assistance
of the barnyard dog. 
"Aqua Duck" with Daffy Duck
"Lovelorn Leghorn" with Foghorn Leghorn and Miss Prissy
"Hip Clip" from "Tweety's S.O.S." with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny
"The Yolk's On You" with Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, Sylvester, and Daffy Duck

Show # 10
Daffy tours Hollywood, eager to meet the celebrities of Tinsel Town, and incurs the wrath of a cantankerous guard at 
Warner Brothers' movie studio into which Daffy tries to sneakily gain access; July 4 festivity turns into a life-and-death
struggle for Elmer, who has chosen the wrong army of ants to tease with his exploding firecrackers; and Elmer and Daffy 
are contenders in a boxing ring due to Daffy's challenge to Elmer of such a confrontation, wherein Daffy is the victor.
"Hollywood Daffy" with Daffy Duck
"Ant Pasted" with Elmer Fudd
"Hip Clip" from "Daffy Doodles" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"To Duck or Not to Duck" with Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd

Show # 11
Daffy dreams that he is super-private-eye Duck Twacy battling an array of weird thugs, many of whom living, intelligent
versions of usually inanimate objects or animals, over the repossession of a stolen piggy bank, Porky the talent agent 
watches the lacklustre audition of Daffy's nephew, and Sylvester is blocked by the occupants of a dog pound from removing
Tweety from a nest atop a pole.
"Yankee Doodle Daffy" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Dog Pounded" with Tweety and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "My Favorite Duck" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"The Great Piggy Bank Robbery" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig

Show # 12
Daffy causes sleep deprivation for Porky, with whom Daffy must share a hotel room, and seeks shelter for the coming winter
at a house belonging to evil scientist Peter Lorre, who requires a duck's wishbone for one of his experiments and who is
necessarily frustrated in this quest when he chooses Daffy as the unwilling bone donor. In the wintery city, Tweety flees
Sylvester and an orange putty tat onto a frozen park pond and cuts the ice around the cats so that they fall into frigid
water and become flu-stricken.
"Daffy Duck Slept Here" with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig
"Putty Tat Trouble" with Sylvester and Tweety
"Hip Clip" from "The Wise Quacking Duck" with Daffy Duck and Mr. Meek
"Birth of a Notion" with Daffy Duck, Leopold Dog, and Peter Lorre

Show # 13
Daffy is desperate to avoid conscription during World War II and is an inhabitant of a bookstore where the personages of
literature come alive. Also, Porky and Sylvester, while traveling across the American frontier, stay for a night at the 
Dry Gulch Hotel whose nocturnal menaces are evident only to Sylvester. 
"Draftee Daffy" with Daffy Duck and the Little Man from the Draft Board
"Claws For Alarm" with Porky Pig and Sylvester
"Hip Clip" from "Mexican Joyride" with Daffy Duck
"Book Review" with Daffy Duck and the Big Bad Wolf
Cartoons Not Shown On the WB Network:

"A-Lad-in His Lamp" with Bugs Bunny and Smokey the Genie
"Assault and Peppered" with Speedy Gonzales and Daffy Duck
"The Bee-Deviled Bruin" with the Three Bears
"Frigid Hare" with Bugs Bunny and the Penguin
"Gonzales' Tamales" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Horse Hare" with Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam
"A Message to Gracias" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Mexican Boarders" with Speedy Gonzales, Slowpoke Rodriguez, and Sylvester
"Mexican Cat Dance" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Mexicali Shmoes" with Speedy Gonzales and Slowpoke Rodriguez
"Rabbit Fire" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Rabbit Seasoning" with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd
"Speedy Gonzales" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Tabasco Road" with Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester
"Tom-Tom Tomcat" with Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny

There has been no representation as yet on commercial videocassette, laser videodisc, or digital videodisc (DVD) of the openings, closing credits, and "Hip Clip" introductions to That's Warner Bros.!, The Bugs N' Daffy Show, or The Daffy Duck Show of the WB Network.

IN MEMORIAM

Cartoon directors Friz Freleng, Chuck Jones, Robert McKimson, Tex Avery, Robert Clampett, Frank Tashlin, Arthur Davis, and Norman McCabe
Voice characterization performers Mel Blanc, Arthur Q. Bryan, Daws Butler, and Bea Benaderet
Musicians Carl W. Stalling, Milt Franklyn, John Seely, and Bill Lava


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