Wabbit Twouble is a Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Bugs Bunny, produced by Leon Schlesinger Productions and released on December 20, 1941 by Warner Bros. Pictures. This is the first of several Bugs Bunny cartoon titles that refers to Elmer Fudd's speech impediment, making the names of Robert Clampett, Sid Sutherland, and Carl Stalling as well as the roles of Story, Supervision, and Musical Direction intentionally misspelled in the credits to receive the perfect match for Elmer's speech impediment.
- Directed by Bob Clampett. (credited as Wobert Cwampett and for Superwision) Produced by Leon Schlesinger. Story by Dave Monahan. (credited for Stowy)
- Welcome to Jellostone, Doc. A restful retreat. [aside] Oh, brother.
- You know, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if it was me that tricked you.
- Elmer Fudd: [after nailing a board over Bugs's hole] That'll hold him alwight, heh heh heh heh heh.
- Bugs Bunny: [opens the board over his hole, imitating Elmer] That'll hold him alwight, heh heh heh heh heh. Phooey!
- Elmer Fudd: Westful wetweat - Bawoney! I'll show you. Take that! [Begins hacking at the sign with an axe] And that! And that! And that! Peace and wewaxation, huh? Wubbish! Take that! And that! And that! And...
- [Elmer turns to see a park ranger glowering over him; he grins]
- Elmer Fudd: Hewo. Heh heh heh heh.
- [In jail, Elmer tells us that he got rid of Bugs and the bear]
- Elmer Fudd: Well, anyway, I'm wid of that gwizzwy bear and scwewy wabbit. West and wewaxation at wast!
- Bugs Bunny: [on bottom bunk of Elmer's cell] Eh, pardon me, but how long ya in for, Doc? [chomps carrot]
- Black Bear: [on top bunk] Yeah, yeah, uh, pardon me, but how long ya in for, Doc? [chomps carrot]