- Banned in China: "Bewitched Bunny" was banned by the National Film Board of Canada when it was released in 1954, for Bugs' line of "Ah sure, I know. But aren't they all witches inside?" when Hazel is turned into a female rabbit, but retains Hazel's laugh. The ban was rescinded three days later.
- Black Sheep Hit: Knighty Knight Bugs, the only Bugs short to win an Oscar, is generally regarded as a solid Bugs entry but not really anything special.
- Creator Backlash: Some directors such as Friz Freleng hated working on the Bugs vs Elmer series, claiming Elmer was so meek and minimal a threat it was difficult not to devolve Bugs' character more into that of an unheroic bully. Other more imposing antagonists such as Yosemite Sam and Marvin the Martian were created specifically to rectify this, though Sam would become just as ineffective as Elmer, if still more belligerent.
- Life Imitates Art: Sort of. After Bugs appeared as a U.S. Marine in "Super-Rabbit", the real Marines made him one. He was officially inducted into the force as a private, complete with dogtags. The character was regularly promoted until Bugs was officially "discharged" at the end of World War II as a Master Sergeant.
- What Could Have Been: Tex Avery originally wanted to call him Jack E. Rabbit.
- Write What You Know: "What's Up, Doc?" was a very popular Texan colloquialism that Fred "Tex" Avery, nicknamed for the state in which he grew up, often heard when he was in college.
Trivia / Bugs Bunny