Bugs Bunny Coloring Pages

Coloring pages with Bugs Bunny for kids - surely each of you has seen this character who crunches carrots and repeats the phrase: What's up Doc. This cartoon comes from the series Crazy Melodies. Here is a section where only the characters will be colored from this fairy tale. We will learn about the main characters as well as secondary characters and we will get to know interesting facts and information about this Disney's fairy tale.

Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam

Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam coloring book
In the picture we see Yosemite Sam trying to make a cake, but his long red beard has just screwed into the blades of the mixer. Behind him we see Rabbit...

What's up doc

what's up doctor coloring book
He is a hunter who wants to win at all costs the duel with our Warner Bros. cartoon character Bugs Bunny - he chews...

Crazy tunes

coloring page crazy melodies for kids to print
We see in the picture characters from the Warner Bros series - guess the characters that are there and color them. Fun for all children of all ages....

Bugs Bunny from Fairy Tale

Bugs Bunny from the cartoon coloring book to print
Probably each of you had the opportunity to meet this animated character which is Bugs Bunny. He is a very friendly animal and has big ears. Color him...

Bugs Bunny with glasses

bugs rabbit in glasses coloring book to print
I think Bugs Bunny is just saying something clever, or he wants it to look that way, maybe he's showing off his knowledge. He put on his glasses to look more serious and smart....

Bugs Bunny for kids

bugs rabbit for kids coloring book to print
Take a look at these cute bunnies! It's a girl and a boy holding a carrot, rabbits are usually associated with carrots, they have sharp teeth so they don't have...


Bugs Bunny the basketball player

bugs bunny basketball coloring book to print
Do you know what sport a ball like the one Bugs Bunny is holding is used for? It's basketball, very good! Bugs Bunny is a great player, and it just goes to show...

Bugs Bunny drawing

bugs bunny coloring book printable
What confidence! What determination! It must be Bugs Bunny - no doubt about it. His trademarks are a carrot and the question "What's up,...

Lola and Bugs Bunny as a couple in love

lola and bugs bunny couple in love coloring book to print
See those two cartoon characters? That's Lola and Bugs Bunny! They look like they are in love, don't you think? The rabbits are also very agile and fast -...

Bugs Bunny Eats Carrots

bugs rabbit eats carrots coloring book to print
Who is that graceful in the picture? Recognize it? It's Bugs Bunny, who is eating a delicious carrot! His pose very clearly shows a laid-back nature, although eating...

Little rabbit bugs

little bugs rabbit coloring book to print
Bugs Bunny, while cleaning an old closet, found his childhood picture. It showed his favorite blue shorts with green dots. When he was little...

Happy bunny bugs

jolly bugs rabbit coloring book to print
Bugs Bunny has just found out that his dream has come true and he is getting a huge mountain of fresh carrots. Running to pick up his favorite food, he stopped,...

Baks Bunny for all children

Another portion of painting from cartoons, this time from The Looney Tunes Show there is besides our rabbit also many other characters. We can watch these cartoons ...

Bugs Bunny from the children's cartoon

He is a very nice character who very often says his favorite phrase which is: What's up doc " We can also often observe him as...

Bugs Bunny is an animated cartoon character. He is best known for his leading roles in the Looney Tunes and Crazed Melodies series, short films produced by Warner Bros. during the Golden Age of American animation. His popularity during this era led him to become an icon of American culture, as well as the corporate mascot of Warner Bros. He was originally voiced by Mel Blanc, but is now voiced by various voice actors.

Bugs is a grey hare known for his relaxed personality, and his catchphrase "Eh, what's up, Doc?", usually uttered while chewing on a carrot. Since his official debut in the 1940 film "The Wild Hare," Bugs has appeared in various short films, feature films, compilations, television series, music albums, comic books, video games, award shows, amusement park rides, and commercials. He has also appeared in more films, short and feature length, than any other cartoon character,is the ninth most portrayed movie personality in the world, and has his own star on Hollywood which is such a little tidbit for you.


1. He first appeared as an extra in the cartoon Porky Pig. The then-unnamed rabbit was created in 1938 for a cartoon in which Porky Pig went hunting, but the real character did not appear until many years later.

2. His voice was originally intended to mimic that of Daffy Duck. During his creation, the director of this character, I. Freling, decided that the rabbit's voice would be similar to Daffy's, since the duck was already a popular character. The voice actor who played Bugs, Mel Blanc, also provided the voice for Daffy Duck as well as most of the other Looney Tunes favorites such as Tweety Bird, Speedy Gonzales and Marvin the Martian.

3. His mannerisms were partly inspired by Clark Gable. The character's nonchalant, carrot-eating manner was inspired by a scene in the movie "It Happened One Night" in which a fast-talking Clark Gable eats a carrot while leaning against a fence. The character was also inspired by Groucho Marx.

4. He appeared in World War II military propaganda. He appeared in several short films, instructional cartoons designed to educate American soldiers on issues such as proper sanitation and not revealing American secrets. These films were classified information and even the Warner Bros. employees who made the animations were not allowed to see the finished product.

5. The man who provided his voice was not allergic to carrots. The story about Mel Blanc being allergic to carrots goes back to at least 1945, when animators told the New York Times that Mel Blanc chewed carrots and spit them out, or he would have gotten sick because he was allergic to them.

6. In 1961, Blanc was in a serious car accident that left him in a coma for several weeks. Finally, a doctor tried to get the unresponsive patient to talk by asking him: "Bugs Bunny, how are you today?" Blanc replied in Bugs' voice: "How are you doing, doctor?" The doctor later said of the incident: "It looked like the character was trying to save his life."