E non son pochi. Il 27 luglio 1940 è la data ufficiale della sua prima uscita. In realtà s’era già intravista una prima versione grezza nel 1938.
The cartoon “A Wild Hare” premiered on July 27, 1940, & contained the 1st official appearance of Bugs Bunny. In honor of his 80th anniversary, here are some covers of his comics throughout the years. pic.twitter.com/xYVC4WHI0E
— ComicsintheGoldenAge (@ComicsintheGA) July 27, 2020
Bugs Bunny became so popular, he was mixing it up with Hollywood’s A-list such as Bogart and Bacall in “Slick Hare” (1947) a few years after his debut!
Decades later, Lauren Bacall signed a limited edition cel of her and Bogey’s caricatures in the short for us at the WB Gallery pic.twitter.com/IinOQmaw4i
— Dan Cunningham (@HonuDan) July 27, 2020
RIP, Olivia de Havilland, who died yesterday at 104. Among other accomplishments, she was a punchline in the first Bugs Bunny cartoon, A Wild Hare (1940) pic.twitter.com/NSkmea7E1Z
— CartoonBrew.com – Animation News (@cartoonbrew) July 26, 2020
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