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Bugs Bunny Cartoon Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

Bugs Bunny trivia quiz questions about origins and early years of Bugs Bunny Cartoons.

 

Bugs Bunny Cartoon Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

Who or what is Bugs Bunny?
A: Bugs Bunny is an animated cartoon character.

Bugs was created by the staff of what?
A: Leon Schlesinger Productions (later Warner Bros. Cartoons) and voiced originally by the "Man of a Thousand Voices," Mel Blanc.

Bugs Bunny is best known for his starring roles in what series of animated short films?
A: The Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series produced by Warner Bros.

What is Bugs Bunny’s catch phrase?
A: "Eh... What's up, doc?” usually said while chewing a carrot.

Bugs Bunny is widely considered to have made his debut in what Tex Avery, Oscar-nominated film?
A:  A Wild Hare (1940).

Bugs Bunny has appeared in more films than any other what?
A: Cartoon character.

 

Bugs is the ninth most-portrayed film personality in the what?
A: World.

Bugs has his own what on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
A: Has his own star.

Porky's Hare Hunt was the first Warner Bros. cartoon to feature a what?
A: Bugs Bunny-like rabbit.

A Wild Hare, directed by Tex Avery and released on July 27, 1940, is widely considered to be the first official what?
A:  Bugs Bunny cartoon.

It is the first film where both Elmer Fudd and Bugs are shown in their fully developed forms as what?
A: Hunter and tormentor.

It was the first film in which Mel Blanc uses what would become what?
A:  Bugs' standard voice.

It was also the first film in which Bugs uses what catchphrase?
A: "What's up, Doc?".

 

A Wild Hare was a huge success in theaters and received what award nomination?
A: An Academy Award nomination for Best Cartoon Short Subject.

The second full-fledged role for the mature Bugs, Chuck Jones' Elmer's Pet Rabbit (1941), is the first to use what?
A:  Bugs' name on-screen: it appears in a title card, "featuring Bugs Bunny," at the start of the film.

Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt (1941), directed by Friz Freleng, became the second Bugs Bunny cartoon to receive a what?
A: An Academy Award nomination.

By 1942, Bugs had become the number one star of  what?
A: Merrie Melodies.

What was Bugs' first film in the Looney Tunes series?
A: Buckaroo Bugs.

Bugs' popularity soared during  what war?
A: World War II, because of his free and easy attitude.

By 1943, Warner Bros. had become the what?
A: Most profitable cartoon studio in the United States.

 

Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips (1944) features Bugs at odds with a group of what?
A: Japanese soldiers.

This cartoon has since been pulled from distribution due to its what?
A: Racial stereotypes of Japanese people.

Bugs also faces off against Hermann Göring in what film?
A: Herr Meets Hare (1945).

At the end of Super-Rabbit (1943), Bugs appears wearing a what?
A: A United States Marine Corps dress blue uniform.

As a result, the Marine Corps made Bugs a what?
A: An honorary Marine Master Sergeant.

From 1943 to 1946, Bugs was the official mascot of what?
A: Kingman Army Airfield, Kingman, Arizona.

Some notable trainees from Kingman included what future celebrities?
A:  Clark Gable and Charles Bronson.

Although it was usually Porky Pig who brought the Looney Tunes films to a close with his stuttering, "That's all, folks!", Bugs replaced him at the end of what two films?
A:  Hare Tonic and Baseball Bugs.

Bug, burst through a drum just as Porky did, but munching on a carrot and saying what in his Bronx-Brooklyn accent?
A: "And that's the end!"