Are these animated Easter scenes from Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry or something else?

This Easter basket is full of colorful cartoons from Bugs Bunny shorts to classic television specials.

We’ve asked about live-action rabbits (and rabbit costumes) before, now it’s time to look at some animated bunnies!

We’ve taken scenes from Looney Tunes shorts, Tom and Jerry cartoons and classic Easter television specials you may remember from the Seventies. They all involve colorful eggs, candy and rabbits, of course! 

But can you tell what each Easter scene is from?

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  1. What is this Easter bunny from?
  2. What is this cartoon Easter decor from?
  3. A duck hatched from this Easter egg in...
  4. What is this chocolate-loving rabbit from?
  5. What is this Easter basket from?
  6. What is this Easter bunny from?
  7. These dancing rabbits are from...
  8. What is this Easter basket from?
  9. This house was a little too welcoming in...
  10. What are these colorful eggs from?

Are these animated Easter scenes from Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry or something else?

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Jeffrey 3 months ago
''You got 7 out of 10'' -------Did you collect all the right eggs on this quiz or were there a few surprises? --I got 1, 2, and 4 WRONG!!
mflemon 4 months ago
I love the test I just hate that I can't remember some of the cartoon and show
geleta 5 months ago
I need to watch more looney tunes 🤪
texasluva 5 months ago
Hail LOVEMETV22! For laying down the MQ work to produce this movie for MeTV quizzers. Yes! The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three.

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) 1 hr 44 min
Director
Joseph Sargent
Stars
Walter Matthau-Robert Shaw-Martin Balsam
Four armed men hijack a New York City subway car and demand a ransom for the passengers. The city's police are faced with a conundrum: Even if it's paid, how could they get away?

Since the film's release, no #6 train has ever been scheduled to leave Pelham Bay Park Station at either 13:23 or 01:23 by the New York City Transit Authority. This was the practice for many years until the policy was discontinued. Trains are still not scheduled to leave the Pelham Bay Park Station at either 1.23 am or pm.
More Trivia at https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072251/trivia/?ref_=tt_trv_trv

https://ia801409.us.archive.org/19/items/ph-201009995/THE%20TAKING%20OF%20PELHAM%20ONE%20TWO%20THREE%20%281974%29.mp4
texasluva texasluva 5 months ago
The opening credits. That music is just awesome.
texasluva texasluva 5 months ago
Don't worry the movie I gave is close to HD and so much better then the quality of this vid.
LoveMETV22 texasluva 5 months ago
Thank you for another fun quiz. Great Entertainment clips and a great chosen movies as well. I watched the Rich Little Carson Tonight Show from begiining to end, then watched another Carson clip on youtube with Dean Martin , Bob Hope and George Gobel. What a great show that was. Oh Thanks too for the Shut Up & Dance (Film & TV Mash-up), always enjoy those LOL.
texasluva LoveMETV22 5 months ago
Week end special showing. Sometimes the MQ MeTV quizzers get a extra movie during the weekend. I try to find some that are off the beaten path like this little gem of a movie.

Split Second (1953) 1 hr 25 min Crime Drama Film Noir

Two escaped convicts take hostages and hide out. Where they hide out is the secret unknown to them. Watch and you'll see.

Director
Dick Powell
Stars
Stephen McNally-Alexis Smith-Jan Sterling-Richard Egan

https://archive.org/details/splitsecond1953_202004
texasluva 5 months ago
Friday Movie Quiz-
Our MQ today is one of Action, Crime, Thriller. It was re-made many decades later in the 21st Century. This is the better of those two but I like them both. If you are into action this is the movie for you. The producer said that this film did terrific box office in New York, Toronto, London and Paris but a somewhat flop in the rest of the world. Think about what do all these cities have in common? The criminals call themselves by color names. Sort of like Mr. Blue, Mr. ? etc. They mean business to the ninth degree. Someone has to pay or else. After viewing you will think so too. The 3 stars in this are very well known by all during this cinema period. Take a swing at this so the rest of us can watch. Rating comes in around 7.6. If more clues are needed I will be around to attend to them.

Entertainment for your pleasure-

Shut Up & Dance (Film & TV Mash-up).
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Rich Little Carson Tonight Show 1973-Watergate-Nixson-Bogart (Caine Mutiny) and others (crack-up).
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Creedence Clearwater Revival-Suzie Q.
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Blue Oyster Cult: Burnin' For You.
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Tommy James & The Shondells - I Think We`re Alone Now Live on Village Square 1967.
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The Chordettes "Lollipop" & "Mr. Sandman".
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Terminator 2 "I need your clothes, your boots and your motorcycle" 1080p. This movie could be coming your way soon.
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Added this because David Bowie is just totally awesome singing this. It was used in many a movie scenes. Remember in Inglorious Bastards " Shoshanna" last scene".
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Now for your bonus movies-
Tombstone (1993) 2 hr 9 min
Directors
George P. Cosmatos-Kevin Jarre(Charlton Heston scenes)
Stars
Kurt Russell-Val Kilmer-Sam Elliott-Bill Paxton-Powers Boothe-Michael Biehn-Paula Malcomson-

https://ia801505.us.archive.org/35/items/684_20220411/Tombstone%201993.mp4

To Catch A Thief (1955) 1 hr 46 min
Director
Alfred Hitchcock
Stars
Cary Grant-Grace Kelly-Jessie Royce Landis-

https://archive.org/details/TCthAThf1955



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LoveMETV22 MrsPhilHarris 5 months ago
I couldn't find a favorite show I posted, (perhaps someone else's comment?) in response to:
" Favourite show? On what planet is that a favourite show?"
I do like when you use the British/Canadian English spelling in some of your comments( a beautiful thing) from your Bobbsey Twin. LOL
Yes sir! When we very first started, the time was 9:00pm (cst). Then, we changed it to 10:00pm coz a few of us couldn’t make it till 10…So, the most recent Quiz did start at 9pm. See the confusion 😬😂🤣 Make up my mind 😜
MrsPhilHarris LoveMETV22 5 months ago
Lol Bobbsey! I think it had to do with your comment about Perry Mason movies coming and replacing a favourite show Sundays at 8.🤪
LoveMETV22 MrsPhilHarris 5 months ago
Ok . that makes sense now. Ty for explaining .
RichLorn 5 months ago
7/10
Shameful. I have egg on my face.
Susan00100 5 months ago
!0/10.
Is that egg-ceptional or what?
Jeffrey 5 months ago
''You got 8 out of 10'' -------Did you collect all the right eggs on this quiz or were there a few surprises? ---I got #s 8 and 10 wrong.
RachelMurrell 5 months ago
I got 10 out of 10. Simple quiz. I grew up watching Looney Toons, Tom And Jerry and The Easter Beagle on Charlie Brown. Can't watch Charlie anymore Apple + bought their rights. Now I will miss the Thanksgiving and Christmas ones.
Jeffrey RachelMurrell 5 months ago
And ''It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!''
LoveMETV22 RachelMurrell 5 months ago
Apple+ acquired Broadcast Rights or Right to Air, "It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown," "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving," and "A Charlie Brown Christmas" a few years ago. They extended PBS a special arrangement where they could air those specials in a limited timeframe around the Holidays last year in 2021, ( which PBS did) in response to viewers dissatisfaction about streaming only availability. So hopefully they do the same this year and beyond. If so you should be able to view them on PBS around the Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays.
DerekBird 5 months ago
You got 7 out of 10
Did you collect all the right eggs on this quiz or were there a few surprises?
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