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Bunny Hugged (1951) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Bunny Hugged

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Bugs is the mascot of wrestler Ravishing Ronald, who's getting mauled by the villain wrestler (Ronald's signs reading "Help!", "S.O.S.!" and "Foul!" earn no respite). Bugs laments, "There goes my bread and butter!" He decides to take the wrestler's place against The Crusher, and uses "strategy" to avoid getting crushed.

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"Oh brother, there goes my bread and butter", a classic line from this Bugs Bunny outing. Bugs is at top form as he teaches a giant wrestler not to tangle with the rabbit himself. Bugs is so...  (read more)

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