Bunny and Claude are robbers, based on the real-life Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow and the then recent film version about the pair's life starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway that had been released by Warner Brothers. They are well-dressed male (Claude) and female (Bunny) rabbits who are always pulling off carrot heists, and their catch phrase is "We rob carrot patches," a play on "We rob banks" from the film Bonnie and Clyde. Bunny was voiced by Pat Woodell and Claude was voiced by veteran WB voice actor Mel Blanc. They both speak with pronounced Southern accents.
Bunny and Claude were always chased by a stereotypical Southern sheriff (also voiced by Mel Blanc, his voice sounded similar to Foghorn Leghorn and Yosemite Sam), whom would pursue them in his police cruiser, even though the gangster rabbits would always foil his plans.
They appeared in two cartoons produced by Warner Brothers Animation and released by Warner Brothers- Seven Arts in 1968, titled Bunny and Claude (We Rob Carrot Patches) and The Great Carrot-Train Robbery (the latter was held over to 1969). Both films were directed by Robert McKimson, and were the first two cartoons he directed in his comeback to Termite Terrace.