The Wabbit Who Came to Supper
The Wabbit Who Came to Supper is a 1942 American Warner Brothers Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring early appearances by Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. The Elmer character is in a transitional state from his earliest appearances in Bob Clampett's shorts and the appearance which he adopted around 1943.
- I'm trapped. Trapped! I gotta get out of this. I gotta think fast. Trapped!
- [mimics a dog, The other dogs noticed him] Look, fellas, I'm Rin Tin Tin. [barks]
- [Bugs has just been locked outside. He prepares to bust the door down, but starts choking]
- Bugs Bunny: Hey, I'm getting pneumonia! Open up! I'll die. [frantic pounding on door] I'll die! No, I'm too young to die! Please... please let me in! Hey, this scene oughta get me the Academy Award. [resumes acting] Say goodbye to Uncle Louie for me... Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
- [Bugs fakes death. Elmer then opens the door]
- Elmer Fudd: Uncle Wouie? [see Bugs on the floor] What have I done? Thwee miwwion dowwars all shot to pieces.
- Delivery Boy: Easter greetings!
- [The Delivery Boy throws Elmer Fudd a giant package in the shape of an Easter Egg. The package pops open, revealing many baby rabbits]
- Many Rabbits: Eh, what's up doc?
- [All the rabbits jump out and all over the place]
- Mel Blanc as Bugs Bunny / Telegram Boy / Delivery Man (uncredited)
- Arthur Q. Bryan as Elmer Fudd (uncredited)