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This issuance celebrates Bugs Bunny and the marvelous masquerades he has employed to foil foes over the course of his 80-year career. The sheet of 20 stamps features Bugs in 10 classic costumes.
Original stamp artwork is based on iconic moments of Bugs Bunnyâs career.
On the first row of stamps Bugs appears as a barber with white smock and pointy scissors;achieves âairnessâ on the brink of a slam-dunk in his basketball jersey; is debonair in beret, ascot, smoking jacket, and shades as a screen idol in his Hollywood digs; jokes it up as a jester in bright green garb and foolâs cap; and does a diva turn as an operatic Brunhilde in blonde braids and winged helmet.
On the second row of stamps, Bugs is a mermaid in a curly 1940s up-do; is classically composed in white tie and tails at the piano; heroically poses as the carrot-powered Super-Rabbit with blue suit and red cape; warms up to pitch a big-league ballgame; and helps save the planet as a World War II U.S. Army staff sergeant in combat uniform with an American-flag backdrop.
Since his debut in the short-subject cartoon, âA Wild Hareâ in 1940, generations of audiences have cheered Bugsâs gleeful gusto, quick wit, and endless clever resource. To outwit the opposition he can conjure dynamite, cherry pies, and mallets out of thin air, dance like a seasoned hoofer, play piano, and conduct orchestras. He summons up any talentâand any costumeâthat will help him thwart his relentless foes.
Born of a team of young animators, Bugsâs name came from one of those early cartoonists; âBugsâ and âBugsyâ were trendy nicknames at the time, signifying a crazed or wacky disposition. The catchy alliterative sound of âBugs Bunnyâ partnered well with the names of cohorts Porky Pig and Daffy Duck.