Bunny and Claude
(We Rob Carrot Patches)
Directed By: Bob McKimson
Produced By: Bill L. Hendricks
Released: November 9, 1968
Series: Looney Tunes
Story: Cal Howard
Animation: Ted Bonnicksen
Jim Davis
Laverne Harding
Ed Solomon
Layouts: Bob Givens
Backgrounds: Bob Abrams
Film Editor: Hal Geer
Voiced By: Mel Blanc
Pat Woodell
Music: William Lava
Starring: Bunny and Claude
Preceded By: Chimp & Zee
Succeeded By: The Great Carrot-Train Robbery
What's New Looney Tunes - Bunny and Claude (We Rob Carrot Patches) (Enhanced!)

What's New Looney Tunes - Bunny and Claude (We Rob Carrot Patches) (Enhanced!)


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Bunny and Claude (We Rob Carrot Patches) is a 1968 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Robert McKimson.


Bunny and Claude are a criminal couple chased by a stereotypical Southern sheriff.



  • Bunny and Claude are based on the real-life bank robbing couple Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
  • This short was considered for an Academy Award in 1968, but was not nominated.[1]
  • This was the last Warner Bros.-Seven Arts cartoon to use the Hanna-Barbera falling object whistle. The cartoons McKimson directed in 1969 did not use it.
  • There has been a long-time claim that this short's ending was cut off when aired on Nickelodeon[2], though this short has appeared on Cartoon Network, Boomerang, and DVD with the same abrupt ending. Considering that this short has a sequel called "The Great Carrot-Train Robbery," the "abrupt ending" may have been because the cartoon was originally double-length, but was cut into two parts.