After having several of their hunting attempts foiled, hillbilly brothers Curt and Punkin'head Martin are determined to get revenge on Bugs Bunny for their humiliation. But Bugs easily outsmarts them and eventually leads them into a violent square dance involving repeated slapstick comedy gags.
- The Bugs Bunny Show (1960-1968; 1971-1975)
- The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour (1968-1971; 1975-1976)
- The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show (1976-1985)
- The Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour (1985-1986)
- The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show (1986-1990; 1997-2000)
- Merrie Melodies Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends [Syndication] (1990-1992)
- Looney Tunes on Nickelodeon (1992-1997)
- The Bugs and Daffy Show [Cartoon Network] (1999-2004)
- The Looney Tunes Show [Cartoon Network] (2001-2004)
- Looney Tunes on Boomerang (2003-2005; 2013-present)
- Looney Tunes on Cartoon Network (2009-2015)
- Bugs Bunny and Friends [Me TV] (2021-present)
- Sunday Night Cartoons [Me TV +] (2021-present)
- Toon In with Me [Me TV] (2021-present)
This cartoon saw major editing when aired on ABC due to violent content. The following scenes were edited:
- The scene where Bugs mistakes Curt's gun for a camera and has his carrot shot full of holes.
- The scene where Curt unties his rifle barrel and gets blasted in the face. The scene prior to that, where Bugs sarcastically sobs that he'll never see his wife and kids again before getting shot, was initially cut, but was reinstated after 1992.
- The scene where Bugs meets up with Punkinhead, and Bugs reverses the gun barrel so that Punkinhead is blown up.
- The aftermath of the explosion in the dynamite shack sequence where Curt comes out with Bugs' lit lighter and says, "I think y'all are usin' too strong a fluid."
- The line during the square-dance ending that goes: Grab a fence post/Hold it tight/Whomp yer partner/Wit' all yer might/Hit 'im in the shin/Hit 'im in the head/Hit 'im again/The critter ain't dead/Whomp 'im low and whomp 'im high/Stick yer finger in his eye/Pretty l'il rhythm/Pretty l'il sound/Bang yer head against the ground (and the ensuing comic violence that follows) was also cut.
- Bugs as usual is voiced by Mel Blanc, as is Curt Martin; an uncredited John T. Smith voiced Punkin'head Martin; Smith also voices the square dance caller before Bugs unplugs the machine.
- This is one of only three WB cartoons released in 1950 not to bear the "all-green" Color Rings scheme, the others being "Dog Collared" and "Two's a Crowd".
- The hillbillies have gone on to enter pop culture among animation fans. They have made occasional cameos in the DC Looney Tunes comic book series, and they also make a brief cameo along with Bugs in the Histeria! episode "Great Heroes of France". They also make a brief cameo in Space Jam (with the other Looney Tunes characters watching the basketball game between the Tune Squad and the Monstars).
- Baxter's Breakdowns animator breakdown at Cartoon Research
- Hillbilly Hare at SuperCartoons.net
- Hillbilly Hare at B99.TV
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