Transylvania 6-5000 (1963 film)
Transylvania 6-5000 (1963) is a Merrie Melodies animated short directed by Chuck Jones and starring Bugs Bunny. It is notable as the last original Bugs Bunny short Jones made for Warner Bros. Cartoons before leaving for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to found his own studio, Sib Tower 12 Productions. It was his second-to-last cartoon at Warner Bros. before moving to MGM, and the second-to-last Warner cartoon in 1963.
- Directed by Chuck Jones and Maurice Noble. (co-director) Produced by David H. DePatie. (uncredited) Story by John Dunn.
This cartoon was featured in Daffy Duck's Quackbusters, But, the ending where Bugs' ears changed to Bat wings was cut.
- [Bugs arrives at the door of the castle of Count Bloodcount and rings the doorbell. Count Bloodcount answers the door]
- Bugs Bunny: Sorry to disturb you, sir. I know it's late, but I seem to be off me course.
- Count Bloodcount: No, no, it's never too late. Come in.
- [Count Bloodcount opens the door and lets Bugs in]
- Bugs Bunny: Yeah, well, you see, I just want to call me travel agency. They've routed me off me route.
- Count Bloodcount: I am a vampire.
- Bugs Bunny: Oh, yeah? Well, abacadabra, I'm an umpire.
- [Bugs suddenly is wearing umpire clothes]
- Count Bloodcount: Hocus-pocus, I'm a bat!
- [Count Bloodcount turns into a bat]
- Bugs Bunny: Okay. I'm a bat too! Abacadabra!
- [Bugs turns into a baseball bat]
- Count Bloodcount: [putting on glasses] You wouldn't hit a bat with glasses on, would you?
- [Bat hits Count Bloodcount]
- Mel Blanc as Bugs Bunny
- Ben Frommer as Count Bloodcount
- Julie Bennett as Agatha and Emily the Two-headed Vulture