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Baton Bunny is a 1959 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon, directed by Chuck Jones and Abe Levitow. The short was released on January 10, 1959, and stars Bugs Bunny. It shows Bugs conducting an orchestra - with a fly bothering him. Bugs conducts, and in part, plays the overture to "Ein Morgen, ein Mittag und Abend in Wien" (A Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna)", a composition by Franz von Suppé. Though Mel Blanc was credited for vocal characterizations, there is no dialogue in the short; the only vocal effect made was when an audience member is heard coughing. This is the third and last Bugs Bunny cartoon (the first two being A Corny Concerto and Rhapsody Rabbit, although he says three lines in the latter) where Bugs is silent. Or, nearly silent; at one point, he 'shushes' the brass. This i

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  • Baton Bunny is a 1959 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon, directed by Chuck Jones and Abe Levitow. The short was released on January 10, 1959, and stars Bugs Bunny. It shows Bugs conducting an orchestra - with a fly bothering him. Bugs conducts, and in part, plays the overture to "Ein Morgen, ein Mittag und Abend in Wien" (A Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna)", a composition by Franz von Suppé. Though Mel Blanc was credited for vocal characterizations, there is no dialogue in the short; the only vocal effect made was when an audience member is heard coughing. This is the third and last Bugs Bunny cartoon (the first two being A Corny Concerto and Rhapsody Rabbit, although he says three lines in the latter) where Bugs is silent. Or, nearly silent; at one point, he 'shushes' the brass. This is also one of the last cartoons to get a Merrie Melodies Blue Ribbon reissue in 1968. (en)
  • Il maestro Bunny (Baton Bunny è un film del 1959 diretto da Chuck Jones e Abe Levitow. È un cortometraggio d'animazione della serie Looney Tunes, uscito negli Stati Uniti il 10 gennaio 1959. Dal 1999 viene distribuito col titolo Musica, maestro!, da non confondere con Musica, maestro, attuale titolo di Rapsodia in salmì, un altro cartone con protagonista Bugs Bunny uscito nel 1946. (it)
  • Bunny chef d'orchestre (Baton Bunny) est un dessin animé de la série Looney Tunes de Warner Bros. Cartoons, avec Bugs Bunny, sorti le 10 janvier 1959. (fr)
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  • Tom O'Loughlin (en)
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  • Baton Bunny (en)
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  • Il maestro Bunny (Baton Bunny è un film del 1959 diretto da Chuck Jones e Abe Levitow. È un cortometraggio d'animazione della serie Looney Tunes, uscito negli Stati Uniti il 10 gennaio 1959. Dal 1999 viene distribuito col titolo Musica, maestro!, da non confondere con Musica, maestro, attuale titolo di Rapsodia in salmì, un altro cartone con protagonista Bugs Bunny uscito nel 1946. (it)
  • Bunny chef d'orchestre (Baton Bunny) est un dessin animé de la série Looney Tunes de Warner Bros. Cartoons, avec Bugs Bunny, sorti le 10 janvier 1959. (fr)
  • Baton Bunny is a 1959 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon, directed by Chuck Jones and Abe Levitow. The short was released on January 10, 1959, and stars Bugs Bunny. It shows Bugs conducting an orchestra - with a fly bothering him. Bugs conducts, and in part, plays the overture to "Ein Morgen, ein Mittag und Abend in Wien" (A Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna)", a composition by Franz von Suppé. Though Mel Blanc was credited for vocal characterizations, there is no dialogue in the short; the only vocal effect made was when an audience member is heard coughing. This is the third and last Bugs Bunny cartoon (the first two being A Corny Concerto and Rhapsody Rabbit, although he says three lines in the latter) where Bugs is silent. Or, nearly silent; at one point, he 'shushes' the brass. This i (en)
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  • Baton Bunny (en)
  • Bunny chef d'orchestre (fr)
  • Il maestro Bunny (it)
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  • Baton Bunny (en)
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