The first Bugs Bunny ever


WORLD'S FIRST BUGS BUNNY
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What was the world's first Bugs Bunny?

Bugs Bunny is a Warner Bros. character that evolved, rather than just being created.

Bugs' life started on on April 30, 1938 in a cartoon called Porky's Hare Hunt, but Bugs wasn't Bugs quite just yet, his name was Happy Rabbit.

Happy Rabbit had several more appearances in the next couple of years.

On July 27, 1940 he finally emerges as the Bugs Bunny we all recognize in Tex Avery's 'A Wild Hare' and for the first time ever utter his famous words; 'What's up, Doc?'

To date five people have played the voice of Bugs Bunny:

  • Mel Blanc (1940-1989)

  • Jeff Bergman (1990-1993)

  • Greg Burson (1993-1996)

  • Billy West (1996-2000)

  • Joe Alaskey (2000-Present)


Happy Rabbit in Porky's Hare Hunt


The first Bugs Bunny ever

The first Bugs Bunny ever

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