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Animation

Baseball Bugs (1946)

The hometown Tea Totallers trail the brutish Gashouse Gorillas (42 to 0) until Bugs Bunny takes control of the field. Ready to slide into home, the quick-thinking bunny pulls out a pin-up to distract the catcher. ; ;

Baton Bunny (1958)

Bugs conducts the Warner Brothers Symphony in Suppe's "Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna" while reacting to a bothersome fly.

Bear Feat (1949)

Pa sees a want ad calling for vaudeville acts and tries to whip the family into shape for the job. Pa winds up being the only one getting whipped.

Bewitched Bunny (1954)

Disguised as a truant officer, Bugs attempts to rescue Hansel and Gretel from Witch Hazel.

Big House Bunny (1950)

Bugs tunnels into Sing-Song prison to escape the hunters. Inside the big house, "Sam Schultz" mistakes Bugs for a real inmate.

Billboard Frolics (1935)

Directed by Friz Freleng. "Billboards come to life. Eddie Camphor and his "wioleen" player Rub-Him-Off do a song and dance to "Merrily We Roll Along" with new lyrics. A dancer on a Cuban tourism poster does a dance. Pancho's Tamales sing in Spanish; the Old Maid cleanser girls dance. Some Russian Rye bread dances to a Russian arrangement. The penguins for Old Colds cigarettes dance and skate, too. Two union suits do a dance, with their drop panel beating time on washtubs, as a set of lingerie dances and a Jell-O mold shakes.

Bingo Crosbyana (1936)

Directed by Friz Freleng. Various insects have taken over a kitchen. After some playing with the food, one bug croons like Bing Crosby, then does some very showy flying which gets him all the girls. A spider drops down, and he runs in fear, leaving his girlfriend vulnerable. The other bugs manage to get the spider, eventually trapping it on flypaper. Included on

Birds Anonymous (1957)

In this spoof of Alcoholics Anonymous, pussy cats are cast as bird-eating addicts and go through the 12-step process to deal with their addiction. Sylvester, who could never quite get the best of the object of his desire, Tweety Bird, joins and resolves to quit chasing and eating the canary. Tweety innocently asks the puddy "Don't you wike me anymo'?" setting off a series of events which will test the puddy tat's resolve. Several attempts to get his mind off eating Tweety backfire, leading him to a delirious attempt to eat the bird. Sam (Sylvester's B.A.

Birdy and the Beast (1944)

Tweety is set upon by a fat, jowly cat, who winds up with, among other things, a dozen eggs and a gallon of gasoline in his mouth instead of the little bird.

Bobby Bumps Puts a Beanery on the Bum(1918)

Animated short. Directed by John Bray, Earl Hurd Bray. The story is a bunch of antics that go on in a diner/restaurant (they used to call a "beanery") and in the kitchen as Bobby and his dog help out. 5 min.

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