A Connecticut Rabbit In King Arthur's Court
Alternate Title: Bugs Bunny in King Arthur's CourtA Connecticut Rabbit In King Arthur's Court (Bugs Bunny in King Arthur's Court) (1978) Animated Cartoon Special by Dave Koch
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- Animated TV Special
- Warner Bros. Television, Chuck Jones Enterprises
- Warner Bros.
- TV Special
- Cartoon Characters: Connecticut Rabbit (Bugs Bunny), King Arthur (Daffy Duck), Merlin (Yosemite Sam), Varlet (Porky Pig), Sir Elmer of Fudd (Elmer Fudd).
- Vocal Talent: Mel Blanc (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd).
- Directed By Chuck Jones.
- Produced By Chuck Jones.
- Animated By Ben Washam, Virgil Ross, Phil Monroe, Lloyd Vaughan, Ken Champin, Manny Perez.
- Written By Chuck Jones (self-confessed as "Plagiarization").
Based On The Original Novel, "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" By: Mark Twain.
- Music By Dean Elliot.
- Edited By Sam Horta.
- Produced, Directed and Plagiarized by: Chuck Jones.
- Voice Characterizations: Mel Blanc.
- Music Composed and Conducted by: Dean Elliott.
- Production Design and Backgrounds: Irv Wyner.
- Master Animators: Ben Washam, Virgil Ross, Phil Monroe, Lloyd Vaughan, Ken Champin, Manny Perez.
- Key Assistant Animator: Marlene Robinson.
- Assistant Animators: Jean Washam, Joe Roman, Mitch Rochon, Woody Yocum.
- Elegant Noodling: Linda Clough.
- Graphics: Don Foster.
- Ink and Paint: Celine Miles.
- Camera: Animagraphics.
- Editor: Sam Horta.
- Production Assistants: Susan Champin, Marjorie Roach.
- Assistant to the Producer: Marian Dern.
- Production Manager: Mary Roscoe.
A Chuck Jones Original Presentation - of a Story Stolen from Mark Twain
A CONNECTICUT RABBIT IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT
A CHUCK JONES ENTERPRISES PRODUCTION
Name Courtesy of Ray Bradbury
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