Bugs and his place in history
|Comments by: portacker||Rating:||Posted: February 25, 2008|
Bug is always smarter then his adversies, but only goes to battle when provoked. Bugs represents how America saw itself in the politcal world of the fourties. His personality changed over the years, as he became more mature.
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|Comments by: garion||Rating:||Posted: November 17, 2004|
The Absolute king of Cartoon's.
This Brooklyn Native is the greeatest of all time. No character is funnier, smarter, suaver or streetwise. No obstacle can stop him. (except the occasional tortoise). He even fought in WWII as part of the greatest generation, as a Marine.
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|Comments by: Dragonking||Rating:||Posted: December 09, 2003|
Excellent cartoon character, that Bugs!!
Bugs Bunny, the Main Icon of Warner Bros., made his debut in "A Wild Hare," which I think is cool! Our hero will always be remembered for his catchphrase, "Eh, what's up, doc?"
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