Bugs Bunny: Arguably the most popular and enduring of the Warner Bros. cartoon characters, Bugs Bunny appeared in well over 150 cartoons. Bugs' first official cartoon was 1940's "A Wild Hare", directed by Tex Avery, but a precursor to him appeared in several cartoons prior to that, directed by Ben "Bugs" Hardaway and Chuck Jones. Generally associated with "rabbit" hunter Elmer Fudd, Bugs also squared off against a horde of other memorable characters, including regulars Yosemite Sam, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote, and the Tasmanian Devil.
最有争议的也是很长一段时间在一百五十个卡通人物中最受欢迎的算是兔八哥啦。八哥第一次露相是在1940年的“野兔子”中，这部电影是由Tex Avery导演的。但是有一个卡通人物在八哥之前就已经小有名气啦，这几部片子是由Hardaway and Chuck Jones导演的，兔八哥总是跟一系列其他深入人心的形象展开竞争，像Yosemite Sam, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote, and the Tasmanian Devil.
Daffy Duck: The name says it all. The little black duck that first appeared in the black-and white Tex Avery short "Porky's Duck Hunt" in 1937 was so popular that he was immediately launched into a series of cartoons that continued until the final days of the Warner theatrical cartoon studio. Originally conceived as an insane counterpart to mild-mannered Porky Pig, he quickly became a headlining star in cartoons directed by Avery, Bob Clampett, Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Robert McKimson, and just about every other director who ever worked for the studio. Throughout the 1940's, Daffy was played as a nutty anarchist who would often drive his enemies as crazy as he was. In most of these, Daffy is fond of bouncing around on his head and uttering his trademark yell of "Woo hoo! woo hoo! "In several cartoons during World War II, he was even unleashed on the Axis dictators, most memorably Hitler in "Daffy the Commando". By the mid 1950's, a different side of the character began to show in the cartoons of Chuck Jones. Daffy became greedy and at times bitter, and in many cartoons he was more the villain than the hero. It was in this era that his classic feud with Bugs Bunny began, in a trilogy of cartoons alongside Bugs and Elmer, and many others. By the early 60's, Daffy and Bugs had become a natural pair, and not only Jones, but Friz Freleng and Robert McKimson also created Bugs and Daffy shorts. Daffy also appeared in over 20 low-budget chases with Speedy Gonzales in the waning days of the Warner cartoons.
笨鸭子：在这个名字里已经表达出来所有的意思啦。这只小黑鸭第一次露面是在1937年拍摄的黑白电影Porky's Duck Hunt中，之后他又出现在其他一些电影里。一开始他是跟（porky pig）一样，总是疯疯癫癫的。但是后来在Avery Bob Clampett, Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Robert McKimson 拍摄的电影中一举成名。整个十九世纪四十年代， Daffy 一直扮演一个疯疯癫癫的反政府的人物，他经常把他的敌人逼得走投无路。Daffy还经常大叫 “ Woo hoo! Woo hoo!” 二战的几部卡通片里，他以崭新的独裁者的身份亮相。最令人记忆忧新的角色就是他在Hiter 里扮演的 Daffy the Commando角色。直到十九世纪五十年代中，他又在Chuck Jones的卡通电影中以全新的反面角色全新亮相。他演一个贪婪的恶棍。六十年代早期， Daffy 和 Bugs 和好如初了。但是Jones, Friz Freleng and Robert McKimson 还在制作Bugs和Daffy 的短片。 Daffy后来又出现在Warner卡通的最后20部不太景气的影片中。
Elmer Fudd: Elmer Fudd is a short, bald-headed, game hunting little gentleman with a speech impediment. He tries to be tough, but his speech problem and his relatively low intelligence make him only minor threat to those who cross him. Elmer Fudd can generally be seen hunting Bugs Bunny, as he did in his first formative appearance hunting an early Bugs in Chuck Jones' "Elmer's Candid Camera"（1940.） Elmer Fudd was usually paired with Bugs Bunny, although he made solo appearances over the years and was also paired with Daffy Duck, Sylvester, the Goofy Gophers, and others. His most popular catch phrase, "Be very, very quiet, I'm hunting rabbits!" has become a household saying.
Elmer Fudd 是一个矮矮的，秃头的还有点结巴的小猎手。他想变得很厉害，但是他天生的结巴和低智商让他的小猎物轻而易举的就逃脱了。在Chuck Jones'导演的Elmer's Candid Camera（1940.）Elmer Fudd几乎每次都先被猎物发现。他经常跟兔八哥同台演出，虽然他也经常独当一面，自己主演，还有跟Daffy Duck, Sylvester, the Goofy Gophers 和其他角色也合作过。他的最出名的也是家喻户晓的一句口头禅就是“小点，小点声，我在捉兔子呢！”