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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)[1]
  11. Lt icon "A Ham in a Role" (McKimson/August 27)[1]

1960 - 1961 Season

  1. Music note "Room and Bird" (Freleng/September)[1]
  2. Music note "Cracked Quack" (Freleng/October)[1]
  3. Lt icon "His Hare Raising Tale" (Freleng/October)[1]
  4. Lt icon "Gift Wrapped" (Freleng/November)[1]
  5. Music note "Little Beau Pepé" (Jones/December)[1]
  6. Lt icon "Tweet Tweet Tweety" (Freleng/December)[1]

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 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 http://betterlivingtv.blogspot.com/2013/08/blue-ribbon-blues.html


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