This is a list of the various animated cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny. He starred in over 160 theatrical animated short films of the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. He was voiced by vocal artist Mel Blanc. Also listed are the cartoons featuring the earlier character that evolved into Bugs Bunny, as well as those produced after the golden age of American animation.

Bugs Bunny shorts in chronological order by release date

Legend
LT
stands for Looney Tunes
MM
stands for Merrie Melodies

As an unnamed rabbit and as "Bugs" Bunny

1938[edit]

No. Title Original release date Series Directed by Official DVD/Blu-Ray/Streaming Availability Notes
1 Porky's Hare Hunt April 30 LT Ben Hardaway and Cal Dalton
  • First appearance of the Bugs Bunny prototype, as an unnamed white rabbit
  • Only Black and White cartoon
  • with Porky Pig

1939[edit]

2 Prest-O Change-O March 25 MM Chuck Jones
  • Second appearance of the Bugs Bunny prototype, as Sham-Fu the Magician's "Unnamed white rabbit"
  • Public Domain
  • with the Two Curious Puppies
3 Hare-um Scare-um August 12 MM Ben Hardaway and Cal Dalton
  • As ""Bugs" Bunny" - given a re-design by Charles Thorson.
  • First use of Bugs Bunny's name in marketing and publicity[1][2][3]

1940[edit]

4 Elmer's Candid Camera March 2 MM Chuck Jones
  • As "Bugs Bunny", according to the copyright synopsis for this cartoon, but he wasn't officially named "Bugs" yet. [4]
  • First appearance of Arthur Q. Bryan as the new voice actor for Elmer Fudd. And also, the ninth appearance of Elmer Fudd, but in a new design. [5]

As Bugs Bunny

Note: Every short before "Buckaroo Bugs" is part of the Merrie Melodies series.

1940[edit]

5 A Wild Hare July 27 MM Tex Avery

1941[edit]

6 Elmer's Pet Rabbit January 4 MM Chuck Jones
  • First appearance of Bugs Bunny's name on-screen
  • with Elmer Fudd
7 Tortoise Beats Hare March 15 MM Tex Avery
  • with Cecil Turtle- (first of the "Tortoise and the Hare" Trilogy)
8 Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt June 7 MM Friz Freleng
9 The Heckling Hare July 5 MM Tex Avery
10 All This and Rabbit Stew September 20 MM Tex Avery (uncredited)
  • Currently Unavailable
  • Final cartoon directed by Tex Avery
  • Public Domain
  • Only Bugs Bunny cartoon to be a part of the "Censored Eleven". Permanently banned from television in 1969 due to racist depictions of African Americans. Has never been officially released on any home video format, except via unofficial Public Domain bootleg sets.
11 Wabbit Twouble December 20 MM Bob Clampett
  • with Elmer Fudd
  • First cartoon to feature "Fat Elmer" design.

1942[edit]

12 The Wabbit Who Came to Supper March 28 MM Friz Freleng
  • Public Domain
  • with Elmer Fudd
  • Second "Fat Elmer" cartoon
13 The Wacky Wabbit May 2 MM Bob Clampett
  • Public Domain
  • with Elmer Fudd
  • Third "Fat Elmer" Cartoon
14 Hold the Lion, Please June 6 MM Chuck Jones
15 Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid July 11 MM Bob Clampett
16 Fresh Hare August 22 MM Friz Freleng
  • Public Domain
  • with Elmer Fudd
  • Fourth and final "Fat Elmer" cartoon- would revert to his original design in the following cartoon.
  • Restored version of this cartoon does exist and clips of the restored print can be seen in the documentary bonus features of Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 2 and Bugs Bunny 80th Anniversary Collection. However, the restored version has not been released as of yet- most likely due to the blackface joke at the end.
17 The Hare-Brained Hypnotist October 31 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Elmer Fudd
18 Case of the Missing Hare December 12 MM Chuck Jones
  • Public Domain

1943[edit]

19 Tortoise Wins by a Hare February 20 MM Bob Clampett
  • with Cecil Turtle (Second entry in the "Tortoise and the Hare" Trilogy)
  • First cartoon to feature Bugs Bunny's finalized design by Robert McKimson
20 Super-Rabbit April 3 MM Chuck Jones
21 Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk June 12 MM Friz Freleng
22 Wackiki Wabbit July 3 MM Chuck Jones
  • Public Domain
23 Falling Hare October 30 MM Bob Clampett
  • Public Domain

1944[edit]

24 Little Red Riding Rabbit January 4 MM Friz Freleng
  • With Red Riding Hood and B.B. Wolf
25 What's Cookin' Doc? January 8 MM Bob Clampett
  • With Hiawatha
  • Re-uses footage from Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt
26 Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears February 26 MM Chuck Jones
  • with The Three Bears
27 Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips April 22 MM Friz Freleng
  • Currently Unavailable
28 Hare Ribbin' June 24 MM Bob Clampett
  • With Russian Dog
29 Hare Force July 22 MM Friz Freleng
  • With Willoughby the Dog
30 Buckaroo Bugs August 26 LT Bob Clampett
  • with Red Hot Ryder
  • First Bugs Bunny cartoon in the Looney Tunes series
31 The Old Grey Hare October 28 MM Bob Clampett
  • with Elmer Fudd
32 Stage Door Cartoon December 30 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Elmer Fudd

1945[edit]

33 Herr Meets Hare January 13 MM Friz Freleng
34 The Unruly Hare February 10 MM Frank Tashlin
  • with Elmer Fudd
35 Hare Trigger May 5 MM Friz Freleng
36 Hare Conditioned August 11 LT Chuck Jones
37 Hare Tonic November 10 LT Chuck Jones
  • with Elmer Fudd

1946[edit]

38 Baseball Bugs February 2 LT Friz Freleng
39 Hare Remover March 23 MM Frank Tashlin (uncreditied)
  • with Elmer Fudd
  • Final Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin
40 Hair-Raising Hare May 25 MM Chuck Jones
41 Acrobatty Bunny June 29 LT Robert McKimson
  • First Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Robert McKimson
42 Racketeer Rabbit September 14 LT Friz Freleng
43 The Big Snooze October 5 LT Bob Clampett (uncredited)
  • with Elmer Fudd
  • Final cartoon directed by Bob Clampett
44 Rhapsody Rabbit November 9 MM Friz Freleng

1947[edit]

45 A Hare Grows in Manhattan March 22 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Hector
46 Rabbit Transit May 10, 1947 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Cecil Turtle (third and final short in the "Tortoise and the Hare" Trilogy)
47 Easter Yeggs June 28 LT Robert McKimson
  • with Elmer Fudd
  • has a similar title to the 1950 Daffy Duck short Golden Yeggs.
48 Slick Hare November 1 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Elmer Fudd

1948[edit]

49 Gorilla My Dreams January 3 LT Robert McKimson
50 A Feather in His Hare February 7 LT Chuck Jones
  • Currently Unavailable
51 Rabbit Punch April 10 MM Chuck Jones
  • First appearance of The Crusher
52 Buccaneer Bunny May 8 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
53 Bugs Bunny Rides Again June 12 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
54 Haredevil Hare July 24 LT Chuck Jones
55 Hot Cross Bunny August 21 MM Robert McKimson
56 Hare Splitter September 25 MM Friz Freleng
57 A-Lad-In His Lamp October 23 LT Robert McKimson
  • Currently Unavailable
  • Last released on Looney Tunes Collector's Edition- Vol. 4: Daffy Doodles VHS in 1999. Unrestored print aired on Me-TV in 2021.
58 My Bunny Lies over the Sea December 4 MM Chuck Jones

1949[edit]

59 Hare Do January 15 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Elmer Fudd
60 Mississippi Hare February 26 LT Chuck Jones
61 Rebel Rabbit April 9 MM Robert McKimson
62 High Diving Hare April 30 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
63 Bowery Bugs June 4 MM Arthur Davis
  • First and only Bugs Bunny cartoon directed by Art Davis.
64 Long-Haired Hare June 25 LT Chuck Jones
  • with Giovanni Jones
65 Knights Must Fall July 16 MM Friz Freleng
66 The Grey Hounded Hare August 6 LT Robert McKimson
67 The Windblown Hare August 27 LT Robert McKimson
  • with B.B. Wolf
68 Frigid Hare October 8 MM Chuck Jones
69 Which Is Witch December 3 LT Friz Freleng
  • Currently Unavailable
  • Rarely shown due to racial stereotyping of Indigenous Africans. Has never been officially released in any home video format.
70 Rabbit Hood December 24 MM Chuck Jones

1950[edit]

71 Hurdy-Gurdy Hare January 21 MM Robert McKimson
  • Second cartoon with Gruesome Gorilla
72 Mutiny on the Bunny February 11 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
73 Homeless Hare March 11 MM Chuck Jones
74 Big House Bunny April 22 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
75 What's Up Doc? June 17 LT Robert McKimson
  • with Elmer Fudd
76 8 Ball Bunny July 8 LT Chuck Jones
  • Second and final appearance with Playboy Penguin
77 Hillbilly Hare August 12 MM Robert McKimson
78 Bunker Hill Bunny September 23 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
79 Bushy Hare November 18 LT Robert McKimson
80 Rabbit of Seville December 16 LT Chuck Jones
  • with Elmer Fudd

1951[edit]

81 Hare We Go January 6 MM Robert McKimson
82 Rabbit Every Monday February 10 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
83 Bunny Hugged March 10 MM Chuck Jones
  • Second and final appearance with The Crusher
84 The Fair-Haired Hare April 14 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
85 Rabbit Fire May 19 LT Chuck Jones
  • with Elmer Fudd
  • First cartoon alongside Daffy Duck
  • First cartoon in the "Hunting" trilogy
86 French Rarebit June 30 MM Robert McKimson
87 His Hare-Raising Tale August 11 LT Friz Freleng
  • First appearance of Clyde Bunny
  • Utilizes footage from Baseball Bugs, Stage Door Cartoon, Rabbit Punch, Falling Hare and Haredevil Hare
88 Ballot Box Bunny October 6 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
89 Big Top Bunny December 1 MM Robert McKimson
  • with Bruno the Bear

1952[edit]

90 Operation: Rabbit January 19 LT Chuck Jones
91 Foxy by Proxy February 23 MM Friz Freleng
92 14 Carrot Rabbit March 15 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
93 Water, Water Every Hare April 19 LT Chuck Jones
  • Second and final cartoon with Gossamer
94 The Hasty Hare June 7 LT Chuck Jones
  • with Marvin the Martian
95 Oily Hare July 26 MM Robert McKimson
96 Rabbit Seasoning September 20 MM Chuck Jones
  • with Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
  • Second installment of the "Hunting" trilogy.
97 Rabbit's Kin November 15 MM Robert McKimson
98 Hare Lift December 20 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam

1953[edit]

99 Forward March Hare February 14 LT Chuck Jones
100 Upswept Hare March 14 MM Robert McKimson
  • with Elmer Fudd
101 Southern Fried Rabbit May 2 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
102 Hare Trimmed June 20 MM Friz Freleng
103 Bully for Bugs August 8 LT Chuck Jones
104 Lumber Jack-Rabbit September 26 LT Chuck Jones
105 Duck! Rabbit, Duck! October 3 MM Chuck Jones
  • with Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
  • Third and final installment in the "Hunting" trilogy.
106 Robot Rabbit December 12 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Elmer Fudd

1954[edit]

107 Captain Hareblower January 16 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
108 Bugs and Thugs March 13 LT Friz Freleng
109 No Parking Hare May 1 LT Robert McKimson
110 Devil May Hare June 19 LT Robert McKimson
111 Bewitched Bunny July 24 LT Chuck Jones
112 Yankee Doodle Bugs August 28 LT Friz Freleng
113 Baby Buggy Bunny December 18 MM Chuck Jones

1955[edit]

114 Beanstalk Bunny February 12 MM Chuck Jones
  • Currently Unavailable
  • with Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
  • Rumoured to have severely damaged film elements preventing it from being restored in HD. Last released on Looney Tunes Collection- Daffy Duck UK VHS in 1996. Unrestored print aired on Me-TV in 2021.
115 Sahara Hare March 26 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam and cameo by Daffy Duck
116 Hare Brush May 7 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Elmer Fudd
117 Rabbit Rampage June 11 LT Chuck Jones
  • cameo by Elmer Fudd
118 This Is a Life? July 9 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd, and Granny
  • First time June Foray provides the voice of Granny.
  • Utilizes footage from A Hare Grows in Manhattan, Hare Do and Buccaneer Bunny.
119 Hyde and Hare August 27 LT Friz Freleng
120 Knight-mare Hare October 1 MM Chuck Jones
121 Roman Legion-Hare November 12 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam

1956[edit]

122 Bugs' Bonnets January 14 MM Chuck Jones
  • with Elmer Fudd
123 Broom-Stick Bunny February 25 LT Chuck Jones
  • with Witch Hazel
124 Rabbitson Crusoe April 28 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
125 Napoleon Bunny-Part June 16 MM Friz Freleng
126 Barbary Coast Bunny July 21 LT Chuck Jones
127 Half-Fare Hare August 18 MM Robert McKimson
128 A Star Is Bored September 15 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, and Elmer Fudd
129 Wideo Wabbit October 27 MM Robert McKimson
  • with Elmer Fudd
130 To Hare Is Human December 15 MM Chuck Jones
  • with Wile E. Coyote

1957[edit]

131 Ali Baba Bunny February 9 MM Chuck Jones
  • with Daffy Duck
132 Bedevilled Rabbit April 13 MM Robert McKimson
  • with the Tasmanian Devil
133 Piker's Peak May 25 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
134 What's Opera, Doc? July 6 MM Chuck Jones
135 Bugsy and Mugsy August 31 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Rocky and Mugsy
136 Show Biz Bugs November 2 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Daffy Duck
137 Rabbit Romeo December 14 MM Robert McKimson
  • with Elmer Fudd

1958[edit]

138 Hare-Less Wolf February 1 MM Friz Freleng
139 Hare-Way to the Stars March 29 LT Chuck Jones
  • with Marvin the Martian
140 Now Hare This May 31 LT Robert McKimson
  • with B. B. Wolf
141 Knighty Knight Bugs August 23 LT Friz Freleng
142 Pre-Hysterical Hare November 1 LT Robert McKimson
  • with Elmer Fudd

1959[edit]

143 Baton Bunny January 10 LT Chuck Jones and Abe Levitow
144 Hare-Abian Nights February 28 MM Ken Harris
  • with Yosemite Sam
  • Re-uses footage from Bully for Bugs, Water, Water Every Hare, and Sahara Hare.
145 Apes of Wrath April 18 MM Friz Freleng
  • Third and final appearance of Gruesome Gorilla.
  • Cameo appearance by Daffy Duck.
146 Backwoods Bunny June 13 MM Robert McKimson
147 Wild and Woolly Hare August 1 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
148 Bonanza Bunny September 5 MM Robert McKimson
149 A Witch's Tangled Hare October 31 LT Abe Levitow
  • Final appearance with Witch Hazel
150 People Are Bunny December 19 MM Robert McKimson
  • with Daffy Duck

1960[edit]

151 Horse Hare February 13 LT Friz Freleng
  • Currently Unavailable
  • with Yosemite Sam
  • Rarely shown due to Native American stereotyping. Last released on The Looney Tunes Video Show- Vol. 12 VHS in 1984.
152 Person to Bunny April 1 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
153 Rabbit's Feat June 4 LT Chuck Jones
  • with Wile E. Coyote
154 From Hare to Heir September 3 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
155 Lighter Than Hare December 17 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam

1961[edit]

156 The Abominable Snow Rabbit May 20 LT Chuck Jones
  • with Daffy Duck
157 Compressed Hare July 29 MM Chuck Jones
  • with Wile E. Coyote
158 Prince Violent September 2 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
  • later renamed Prince Varmint for television broadcasts

1962[edit]

159 Wet Hare January 20 LT Robert McKimson
  • with Blacque Jacque Shellacque
160 Bill of Hare June 9 MM Robert McKimson
  • with the Tasmanian Devil
161 Shishkabugs December 8 LT Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam

1963[edit]

162 Devil's Feud Cake February 9 MM Friz Freleng
  • with Yosemite Sam
  • Reuses footage from Hare Lift, Roman-Legion Hare and Sahara Hare
163 The Million Hare April 6 LT Robert McKimson
  • with Daffy Duck
164 Hare-Breadth Hurry June 8 LT Chuck Jones
  • Final appearance with Wile E. Coyote
165 The Unmentionables September 7 MM Friz Freleng
  • Final appearance of Rocky and Mugsy
166 Mad as a Mars Hare October 19 MM Chuck Jones
  • Final appearance of Marvin the Martian
167 Transylvania 6-5000 November 30 MM Chuck Jones

1964[edit]

168 Dumb Patrol January 18 LT Gerry Chiniquy
  • Streaming: WarnerMedia RIDE
  • Final appearance with Yosemite Sam
  • cameo by Porky Pig
169 Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare March 28 MM Robert McKimson
  • Final appearance of the Tasmanian Devil.
170 The Iceman Ducketh May 16 LT Phil Monroe
  • Final appearance with Daffy Duck
171 False Hare July 18 LT Robert McKimson
  • Final cartoon with B. B. Wolf
  • cameo by Foghorn Leghorn
  • Final theatrical Bugs Bunny cartoon until 1991

Cameo Appearances

Post-golden age media featuring Bugs Bunny

Documentaries

Compilation films

TV specials

TV series

Shorts

Webtoons

Feature films

Direct-to-video

Other Cameos

Shorts

Films

TV specials

TV series

Direct-to-video

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See also