Retro

6 Bugs Bunny Moments That Prove He's The Best Character Of All Time

Bugs Bunny is one of those characters that will forever be a part of our lives. No matter what decade you grew up in, Bugs Bunny was there. He is the constant through all the fads and changes, sitting there confidently with his carrot asking "What's up, Doc?" Warner Bros. His most classic bits that he did are completely timeless, and no matter when you watch them they are just as enjoyable. These 6 are probably some of the most memorable cartoons you ever watched as a kid! Long-Haired HareWarner Bros. After getting into an argument with an opera singer

Retro

How Being Bugs Bunny Saved Mel Blanc's Life After A Near-Fatal Accident

Some people believe that their job defines them, but really there is something that matters more. The things that you absolutely love to do explain a lot more about your personality than your job does. There are however, a few lucky people who's job IS the thing they love to do. Mel Blanc was one of those people. OpenCultureThe iconic voice actor got his start on radio, doing multiple character voices on a program called The Hoot Owls. His credits started piling up, with countless radio shows and numerous characters all becoming synonymous with his name. But everything changed when

Pop Culture

Some Of Your Old Looney Tunes Merchandise Might Actually Be Worth A Small Fortune

Looney Tunes have been around since long before a lot of us were born, but that didn't stop them from being one of the best and most popular shows in the 70s, 80s, and even the 90s. It was by far the best Sunday morning cartoon to watch with your family no matter when you grew up. Then the 90s delivered to us one of the greatest movies of all time: Space Jam. Between the weekend episodes of Merrie Melodies and rewatching the best sports movie of all time, we were all essentially obsessed with Bugs Bunny and friends. GiphyWarner

90s

Peeking Behind The Scenes Of Space Jam Will Change How You Feel About This Classic 90s Movie

Space Jam is one of the greatest movies ever made. I don't think there will be anyone who disagrees with me, but it needed to be said just in case. Space Jam stars all of your favorite Looney Tunes alongside all your favorite basketball stars and the combination is truly marvelous.You've got to hand it to the people who made this, it was pretty impressive. Given that Michael Jordan wasn't a professional actor at all and managed to do this whole movie alone, on what was essentially only green screens, is shocking. Seeing pictures from behind the scenes will