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The Bugs Bunny Show Title Sequence

Title Sequence for The Bugs Bunny Show

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"High Note"

1960 is another year in Looney Tunes history.

Shorts

  1. Lt icon "Fastest with the Mostest" (Jones/January 9)
  2. Music note "West of the Pesos" (McKimson/January 23/4:3)
  3. Lt icon "Horse Hare" (Freleng/February 13)
  4. Music note "Wild Wild World" (McKimson/February 27/6:4s)
  5. Lt icon "Goldimouse and the Three Cats" (McKimson/March 15/5:2)
  6. Music note "Person to Bunny" (Freleng/April 1)
  7. Lt icon "Who Scent You?" (Jones/April 23)
  8. Music note "Hyde and Go Tweet" (Freleng/May 14)
  9. Lt icon "Rabbit's Feat" (Jones/June 4)
  10. Music note "Crockett-Doodle-Do" (McKimson/June 25)
  11. Lt icon "Mouse and Garden" (Freleng/July 16/4:4)
  12. Music note "Ready, Woolen and Able" (Jones/July 30)
  13. Lt icon "Mice Follies" (McKimson/August 20)
  14. Music note "From Hare to Heir" (Freleng/September 3)
  15. Music note "The Dixie Fryer" (McKimson/September 24)
  16. Lt icon "Hopalong Casualty" (Jones/October 8)
  17. Music note "Trip for Tat" (Freleng/October 29)
  18. Music note "Dog Gone People" (McKimson/November 12)
  19. Lt icon "High Note" (Jones/December 3)
  20. Music note "Lighter Than Hare" (Freleng/December 17)

Blue Ribbon Reissues Blueribbon icon

1959 - 1960 Season

  1. Lt icon "A Bone for a Bone" (Freleng/January)[1]
  2. Lt icon "The Prize Pest" (McKimson/January)[1]
  3. Music note "Tweety's S.O.S." (Freleng/February)[1]
  4. Lt icon "Lovelorn Leghorn" (McKimson/March)[1]
  5. Music note "Sleepy Time Possum" (McKimson/April)[1]
  6. Music note "Cheese Chasers" (Jones/April)[1]
  7. Lt icon "Who's Kitten Who?" (McKimson/May 21)[1]
  8. Lt icon "The Ducksters" (Jones/June 18)[1]
  9. Lt icon "Chow Hound" (Jones/July 9)[1]
  10. Music note "French Rarebit" (McKimson/August 6) (with 1956-64 "Bugs Bunny in" title; Original ending card left intact)[1]
  11. Lt icon "A Ham in a Role" (McKimson/August 27)[1]
  12. Music note "Knights Must Fall" (???)

1960 - 1961 Season

  1. Music note "Room and Bird" (Sept 1960)
  2. Music note "Cracked Quack" (Oct 1960)
  3. Lt icon "His Hare-Raising Tale" (Oct 1960)
  4. Lt icon "Gift Wrapped" (Nov 1960)
  5. Music note "Little Beau Pepe" (Dec 1960)
  6. Lt icon "Tweet Tweet Tweety" (Dec 1960)

Television

Warner Club News Stories and Art

References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 http://betterlivingtv.blogspot.com/2013/08/blue-ribbon-blues.html


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