The first Bugs Bunny Album
Bugs Bunny Stories for Children (1947)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by Alan Livingston
Stories by Tedd Pierce and Warren Foster
Music By Billy May
Additional voices: Arthur Q. Bryan

Features three stories:
Bugs Bunny Meets Elmer Fudd (recorded on April 23, 1947)
Daffy Duck Flies South (recorded on April 23, 1947)
Porky Pig in Africa (recorded on April 30, 1947)

Clips (in real audio):
opening theme
Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd first meet.
Daffy Duck closing theme (used only in this album)
Porky sees some of the most exotic creatures in Africa.

Notes:
  • All three stories were eventually released individually with newly created cover artwork (see listings below).
  • originally sold for $3.00 plus tax
  • advertised as: Three great Bugs Bunny stories, with Elmer Fudd, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and other delightful animals...including African ants and a leopard who wants to change his spots!
  • This record sometimes shows Bozo's approval, sometimes it does not
Interior artwork of 1947 album (click to enlarge):
Interior Artwork

Click here for dedication detail
Bugs Bunny and the Tortoise
Bugs Bunny and the Tortoise (1948)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by Alan Livingston
Story by Tedd Pierce and Warren Foster
Music By Billy May
Illustrations by Robert McKimson and Richard Thomas
Additional voices: Arthur Q. Bryan

Clips in real audio:
Henery Hawk on helium encounters Bugs Bunny.
closing theme (used for many records)

Notes:
  • A Capitol Record Reader
  • Recorded on November 28 & December 3, 1947
  • This album was re-released in the 60s and 70s without the attached storybook
  • advertised as:  Bugs gives a new twist to the old story of the hare and the tortoise.  A frantic race, full of fun and surprises - especially the end!
  • This record sometimes shows Bozo's approval, sometimes it does not.
That's All Folks
That's All Folks (1948)
Featuring Mel Blanc (as Porky Pig) and Bonnie Baker
Music by Billy May

Notes:
  • Evidence suggests that this song may not have been widely released until the 1960's or 70's.
Won't You Ever Get Together With Me
Won't You Ever Get Together With Me (1948)
Featuring Mel Blanc (as Sylvester and Tweety)
Music by Billy May

Notes:
  • This song might not have been widely released.  I only know of promotional copies.
Bugs Bunny in Storyland
Bugs Bunny In Storyland (1949)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by Alan Livingston
Story by Tedd Pierce and Warren Foster
Music By Billy May
Illustrations by Robert McKimson and Richard Thomas
Additional (uncredited) voices: Arthur Q. Bryan and  June Foray

Clips in real audio:
Listen to Bugs Bunny's encounter with Duck Twacy and the legendary Cicero Pig.

Notes:
  • A Capitol Record Reader
  • Recorded on April 21 & 22, 1949
  • This album was re-released in the 60s and 70s without the attached storybook
  • Beaky Buzzard plays Simple Simon, Daffy reprises his role as Duck Twacy, and Porky and his comic book nephew, Cicero Pig, also show up.
  • Daffy Duck's voice apparently is not sped up.
  • Features the song "What's Up, Doc?"  This song would later show up in the 1950 Robert McKimson cartoon, "What's Up, Doc?"
  • Elmer Fudd uses gumdrops instead of real bullets.
  • advertised as: Fabulous Bugs continues his feud with Farmer Fudd and winds up in Storyland, where he meets characters from children's stories, including Little Red Riding Hood, whom Bugs saves from the wolf.
  • This record sometimes shows Bozo's approval, sometimes it does not.
Bugs Bunny Sings
Bugs Bunny Sings  with Daffy Duck, Tweety Pie, Yosemite Sam, Sylvester (1950)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by Alan Livingston
Songs by Alan Livingston, Warren Foster, Mike Maltese, and Billy May
Music By Billy May
Additional (uncredited) voices:  June Foray and Tom Reddy

Features four songs:
I'm Glad That I'm Bugs Bunny (Recorded May 11, 1950)
Daffy Duck's Rhapsody (Recorded May 11, 1950)
Yosemite Sam (Recorded June 29, 1950)
I Taut I Taw A Puddy Tat (Recorded June 29, 1950)

Clips in real audio:
Hear "I'm Glad That I'm Bugs Bunny," a rare song you will either love or hate (but either way, it'll be stuck your head for days!)

Notes:

  • "I Taut I Taw A Puddy Tat" and "Yosemite Sam" were released in a different album with new cover art (see below).
  • Sometimes the cover spell Tweety's name as "Tweetie."
  • Yosemite Sam uses gumdrops in place of real bullets.
  • Three of the songs contained in this album can be downloaded from Jon Cooke's Looney Sounds in Realaudio page .  Just scroll down to the Mel Blanc tribute section.
  • advertised as: Four Hilarious songs by Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, Tweety and Sylvester.
Interior artwork:
Interior Artwork
Bugs Bunny Meets Hiawatha
Bugs Bunny Meets Hiawatha (1950)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by Alan Livingston
Story By Warren Foster and Michael Maltese
Music By Billy May
Additional (uncredited) voices: Arthur Q. Bryan

Clips in real audio:
Big Chief Bugs Bunny

Notes:
  • Recorded on April 24, 1950
  • advertised as: Little Hiawatha goes rabbit hunting to prove he's a big Brave; he meets Bugs Bunny - and Bugs winds up Chief of the tribe!
  • No. 3072
Daffy Duck Meets Yosemite Sam
Daffy Duck Meets Yosemite Sam (1950)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Michael Maltese
Music By Billy May
Additional (uncredited) voices: Pinto Colvig

Clips in real audio:
Daffy's square dance - with animals!

Notes:
  • Recorded on April 24, 1950
  • advertised as: Daffy, the irrepressible duck, shows Yosemite Sam a real square dance - with animals!  Good fun and good music!
  • No. 3073
Tweety Pie
Tweety Pie (1950)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by Alan Livingston
Story By Warren Foster and Michael Maltese
Music By Billy May
Additional (uncredited) voices: June Foray and Tom Reddy

Clips in real audio:
Tweety sings an elaborated version of his cartoon theme song.

Notes:
  • Recorded on May 11, 1950
  • Some editions of this record spell the title as "Tweetie Pie."
  • Shares its title with the Friz Freleng directed 1947 Academy Award Winner, "Tweetie Pie."
  • Unlike most of the other story records, this one ends with the Merrie Melodies theme.
  • Features an extended version of "I'm a Tweet Little Bird."  A variation of this song was used for the title sequence of Friz Freleng's 1951 cartoon, "Puddy Tat Trouble."
  • advertised as:  The famous Academy Award winning bird from Warner Brothers' cartoons gives Sylvester, the cat, a frantic run-around!
  • No. 3074
Henery Hawk
Henery Hawk (1951)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Michael Maltese
Music By Billy May

Clips in real audio:
Henery hunts for a D-O-G chicken.

Notes:
  • Recorded on January 25, 1951
  • Features Foghorn Leghorn Leghorn, Henery Hawk's mother, and Daffy Duck.  A dog is also used, but sounds different from the dog usually seen in the cartoons.
  • No. 3098
Tweety's Puddy Tat Twouble
Tweety's Puddy Tat Twouble (1951)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by Alan Livingston
Story by Tedd Pierce and Warren Foster
Music by Billy May
Illustrations by Alfred Abranz and Don MacLaughlin

Clips in real audio:
Tweety and Sylvester sing!

Notes:
  • A Capitol Record Reader
  • Recorded on March 13, 1951
  • This record sometimes shows Bozo's approval, sometimes it does not.
I Taut I Taw a Puddy Tat/Yosemite Sam
I Taut I Taw a Puddy Tat and Yosemite Sam (1951)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by  Alan Livingston
Words and Music by Alan Livingston, Billy May, and Warren Foster

Notes:
  • Recorded June 29, 1950
  • This record was also released in the "Bugs Bunny Sings with Daffy Duck, Tweety Pie, Yosemite Sam, Sylvester" two record set.
  • "I Taut I Taw A Puddy Tat" was one of the top 20 most popular songs of 1951
  • Sheet music for "I Taut I Taw A Puddy Tat" was also released.
  • Can be found on the "Capitol from the Vaults, Vol. 7: Capitol Goes to the Movies" CD.
  • No. 3104
Bugs Bunny Meets Elmer Fudd

Brittish Version of Record Cover
Bugs Bunny Meets Elmer Fudd
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by  Alan Livingston
Stories by Tedd Pierce and Warren Foster
Music By Billy May
Additional voices: Arthur Q. Bryan

Notes:
  • Story Reissued from the first 1947 album featuring new cover artwork and production number.
  • No. 3111
  • Features two different cover designs, with the bottom cover possibly being for the European version of the record only.
Daffy Duck Flies South
Daffy Duck Flies South
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Stories by Tedd Pierce and Warren Foster
Music By Billy May

Notes:
  • Story Reissued from the first 1947 album featuring new cover artwork and production number.
  • No. 3112
Porky Pig In Africa
Porky Pig In Africa
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Stories by Tedd Pierce and Warren Foster
Music By Billy May



Notes:
  • Story Reissued from the first 1947 album featuring new cover artwork and production number.
  • No. 3113
Tweet, Tweet, Tweety
Tweet, Tweet, Tweety (1952)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce
Music by Billy May

Clips in real audio:
All the cool kids were playing sandwich.

Notes:
  • Recorded on February 20, 1952
  • The title of this record was also used for a 1951 Tweety and Sylvester cartoon that was directed by Friz Freleng..
  • No. 3118
Bugs Bunny and the Grow-Small Juice
Bugs Bunny and the Grow-Small Juice (1952)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Music by Billy May
Additional (uncredited) voices:  June Foray

Clips in real audio:
Bugs and Daffy meet the Queen Bee.

Notes:
  • Recorded on February 20, 1952
  • Bugs Bunny is paired up with the original version of Daffy Duck.
  • No. 3119

Henery Hawk's Chicken Hunt
Henery Hawk's Chicken Hunt (1952)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by  Alan Livingston
Music by Billy May

Clips in real audio:
Henery and Foghorn sing!

Notes:
  • Recorded on Mar 20, 1952
  • No. 3137
  • Borrows its plot from Robert McKimson's "Leghorn Swoggled" (1951)

Bugs Bunny and Aladdin's Lamp
Bugs Bunny and Aladdin's Lamp (1952)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Music by Billy May

Clips in real audio:
Carrots are an awful lot like cigarettes.

Notes:
  • Recorded on Mar 20 1952
  • No. 3139
Daffy Ducks Feathered Friend
Daffy Duck's Feathered Friend
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce
Music by Van Alexander
Additional Voices: Arthur Q. Bryan

Clips in real audio:
Daffy meets a canvas-back shmoe.

Notes:
  • No. 3147
  • Borrows its plot from Friz Freleng's "Cracked Quack" (1952)

Happy Hippety Hopper
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Dave Cavanaugh, Warren Foster, and Tedd Pierce
Music by Van Alexander

Clips in real audio:
Hippety Hopper sings!

Notes:
  • Hippety Hopper, who is almost always a non-speaking character in the cartoons, is given a voice with an Austrailian accent.
  • Features a cat that is not Sylvester.

Rabbit Seasoning
Bugs Bunny and Rabbit Seasoning (1953)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce
Music by Van Alexander

Notes:
  • No. 3168
  • Bears no similarites to the cartoon of the same name.
Snowbound Tweety
Snowbound Tweety
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce
Music by Dave Cavanaugh

Clips in real audio:
This'll make your mouth water.

Notes:
  • A record adaptation of the 1953 Freleng cartoon, "Snow Business."
  • No. 3169
Wild West Henery Hawk
Wild West Henery Hawk
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce
Music by Dave Cavanaugh

Clips in real audio:
Everyone's favorite new game!

Notes:
  • No. 3172
Sylvester Meets Hippety Hopper
Sylvester and Hippety Hopper
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce
Music by Dave Cavanaugh

Clips in real audio:
Sylvester firsts meets the Giant Mouse.

Notes:
  • No. 3176
Pied Piper Pussycat
Pied Piper Pussycat
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Music by Van Alexander

Notes:
  • No. 3188
  • The character depicted on the front cover is Teeny, a character who idolized Sylvester in the Dell comic books of the time.  The character used within' the story, though identified as Teeny, is really Sylvester Jr.
Daffy Duck's Duck Inn
Daffy Duck's Duck Inn (1953)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce
Music by Van Alexander
Additional voices: Arthur Q. Bryan

Clips in real audio:
Daffy sings "Quack Quack."

Notes:
  • This record was made into a Robert McKimson cartoon with Porky and Daffy called "Dime to Retire" in 1955 with few major changes to the story.
  • No. 3199
Bugs Bunny and the Pirate
Bugs Bunny and the Pirate (1954)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce
Music by Dave Cavanaugh

Clips in real audio:
Bugs sings about his love for carrots!

Notes:
  • Reuses various gags from the Yosemite Sam-as-a-pirate cartoons.
  • No. 3200
Tweety's Good Deed
Tweety’s Good Deed (1954)
Featuring Mel Blanc
Produced by:  Alan Livingston
Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce
Music by Dave Cavanaugh

Clips in real audio:
Will Tweety survive an encounter with a cat who doesn't want to do good deeds?

Notes:
  • No. 3212
Bugs Bunny and His Friends
Bugs Bunny and His Friends (1961)

A reissue album with six older stories:
Bugs Bunny Meets Elmer Fudd
Porky Pig in Africa

Daffy Duck's Duck Inn
Bugs Bunny and the Grow-Small Juice
Happy Hippety Hopper
Bugs Bunny Meets Hiawatha

OR

Bugs Bunny Meets Elmer Fudd
Daffy Duck Flies South
Porky Pig in Africa

and
Bozo at the Circus - Bozo the Clown also had a series of Capitol records and record readers.

Notes:
  • The cover artwork for this album is done using Chuck Jones' then-current (1961) character designs.  Who drew it specifically, I do not know.
  • No. J-3257
  • May have been released as a way of promoting the Bugs Bunny Show.  Golden Records released an LP of songs around the same time period and it also uses Bugs Bunny Show-style cover artwork.
  • Not approved by Bozo.

This page maintained by Jack Tatay with important contributions by Tim Cohea.

Thanks to Tim Cohea, who provided various cover scans, credit and copyright information, as well as other important contributions to this page.  Also, thanks to Paul Penna, who provided the recording dates and credit information to the pre 1952 records scored by Billy May. Thanks to Thad Komorowski for originally providing scans of the covers to "Bugs Bunny and Aladdin's Lamp" and "Sylvester and Hippety Hopper."  

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