Who was the animator who created Bugs Bunny?
#27296. Asked by aquasuz. (Jan 28 03 3:43 PM)
You will have to decide if he was Bugs Bunny or not when Tex Avery first drew him. |
Bugs evolved in a generally Bugs-like direction for a couple of years, emerging
fully-developed in the Oscar-nominated A Wild Hare (1940), directed by Tex Avery.
It was there that he first munched a carrot, first uttered his trademark line,
'Eh, what's up, Doc?', and first kissed Elmer Fudd. The only thing missing was
his name. He'd been referred to as 'Bugs's Bunny' from the beginning, but it was
only in Elmer's Pet Rabbit (1941), directed by Chuck Jones, that he was first
called 'Bugs Bunny' on-screen.
Tex Avery created or developed some of the most timeless characters in cartoon
history with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Droopy Dog.
He is one of the five fathers of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Elmer
Fudd and personally created the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote, Pepe le Pew,
Marvin Martian, Gossamer, Michigan J. Frog, Hubie and Bertie, Junyer Bear of the
Three Bears, Witch Hazel, Hugo, Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog.
what do u mean? bugsbunny is a REAL BUNNY! LOL jk i don't know|
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