Somebunny special

And I don’t mean to make vapid Easter jokes, because I don’t think Easter is about bunnies — not at all.

However, this bunny was special. And while I’m sure you don’t have a spare hour right now to watch this documentary, I hope you will come back and watch it when you do. It’s a really fine tribute to the great Mel Blanc, the voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, and dozens of other Warner Brothers and Hannah-Barbera characters that have made his incredible voice an iconic example of American popular culture from World War II to the present.

He revolutionized the way cartoons and voice acting were done, and through his work in radio during the 40s and 50s, as well as his voice-overs for countless Merrie Melodies cartoons, he is still regarded as one of the finest — if not the greatest ever — character actors of our time. (This sentiment is from many of his peers and protégés.)

I did not know that he suffered a life-threatening injury in a car crash in 1961. I also didn’t know his death could have been easily prevented. So sad.

But here’s an awesome tribute to our favorite bunny. I promise you’ll be better for having watched it.

Right now, I’m off to start a fun scavenger hunt with the Js and Grandpa Thriller. Where did we hide those monster trucks and treat baskets…? :-)

4 thoughts on “Somebunny special

  1. Suzanne

    I think Bugs was prolly my most favorite of all of the Saturday morning cartoon characters. That and Wile E. Coyote.

    How did the scavenger hunt go? Did you hide real boiled eggs? I hope they all were found!

    I’ll never forget when we didn’t find an egg that was well-hidden for two months! HAAA the smell lead the way. :)

    1. Rat Fink Post author

      HA — the leftover Easter Smellathon. LOL

      The scavenger hunt was for monster trucks and Easter baskets. Truth be told, I don’t know if the Js even eat hard-boiled eggs. I hated them when I was their age! I gave them “instructions” on where to find the goodies. I told Justin that the Easter Bunny left something in the dryer for him, and of course, Justin’s daddy says, “It’s probably a monster.” When Justin arrived downstairs and stood in front of the dryer door, we heard,”Could someone help me?” (He was scared to open the door.)

      Seamus!!!! SHEESH hahaha

      1. Suzanne

        Ach!!! When my nephew Zeke was young his Dad, my brother Max, would give him a bath. When they were done and the tub was draining the water would make a loud sucking noise. Max would tell young Zeke that is was a monster and of course the poor boy had a fit after that everytime a bath was over.

        Why do they do that??


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