Old  June 5th, 2004, 7:49pm     #1
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bugs bunny cartoon? Black Jacques Shellac?
What is the title of this one? They are running Bugs Bunny cartoons in abc order on boomerang and we have 2 we are on the lookout for--but can't watch all freaking month. IE, we are waiting for "Knighty Knight Bugs" now, and they are in the H's, so we check every half hour or so. Maybe we missed it, but I've been googling my heart out to find the Black Jacques Shellac one, the French lumberjack, and can't find the title. It's not Lumberjack Hare, which we thought.

Any help out there?

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  Old  June 5th, 2004, 7:54pm     #2
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I'm sorry that I don't know the answer to your question, and now I have one for you- with the Boomerang thing going on, does that mean no June Bugs on Cartoon Network this year?If so, I'm sad, I don't have Boomerang. Time to pester the cable company....

My fave is "The Rabbit of Seville"- would you happen to know the name of the Wagner/Kill Da Wabbit episode?
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  Old  June 5th, 2004, 8:04pm     #3
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That would be Wet Hare
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  Old  June 5th, 2004, 8:28pm     #4
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Gee, thanks!


I found this great website, now that I know Blaque Jacque Shellaque is spelled that way (I was spelling it wrong...)--- http://www.jenn98.com/bugs/bugs1.cfm

and thanks for the Wet Hare, that's the one I was looking for. "Assistonce! Assistonce!"

thanks so much!

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  Old  June 5th, 2004, 8:41pm     #5
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The Abominable Snow Rabbit - the first one
Spaced-Out Bunny also has abominable
Bonanza bunny has Blacque Jack in it

One of my favorites is Half Fare Hare with Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton
and the one with the wolf (one lump or two)

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