|My Bunny Lies over the Sea|
The title is an obvious play on the second line of the old song, "My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean".
Bugs Bunny once again gets lost when he is tunneling to his vacation spot. He accidentally ends up in Scotland, instead of the La Brea Tar Pits. Upon his arrival, he accidentally mistakes a Scotsman dressed in traditional clothes and playing the bagpipes for a lady being attacked by a monster. Bugs Bunny jumps the Scotsman trying to rescue the "woman", and in the process he smashes the man’s bagpipes into little pieces. The Scotsman, named Angus MacRory, becomes enraged that his bagpipes have been absolutely ruined and the angered MacRory challenges Bugs Bunny to a duel—a game of golf. Of course, throughout the game of golf Bugs Bunny manages to outsmart MacRory and eventually wins, much to the Scotsman's wrath. MacRory accepts defeat after Bugs clears himself of cheating, but still claims that he can't be beaten when it comes to playing bagpipes. After playing, he dares Bugs to 'try and top that,' which the rabbit does by dressing like a Scot and playing not only bagpipes, but also a trombone, saxophone, trumpet, two clarinets, cymbals on his feet, and a bass drum with his ears.
- (1993) LaserDisc - Bugs Bunny: Winner by a Hare: 14 of Bugs Bunny's Best
- (1993) VHS - Bugs Bunny's Hare-Brained Hits
- (1996) VHS - From Hare to Eternity
- (1998) VHS - Looney Tunes Presents: Bugs Bunny: Big Top Bunny (1998 dubbed version)
- (1999) VHS - Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition Volume 2: Running Amuck
- (2003) DVD - Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1, Disc One
- The version of this cartoon shown on CBS in the 1970s/1980s cut the part after the Scotsman McCrory shoots his rifle at Bugs where the bullet falls, McCrory picks it up, and asides to the audience that, "It's been in the family for years."