FRELENG, Fritz - Bugs Bunny The Wabbit Who Came To Supper 1942 USA
From Jonathan Hodgson
Elmer's hunting dogs have Bugs cornered when Elmer receives a telegram that says that his uncle, Louie, is dying and promises him $3 million in his will, but only if he never harms any animal, including rabbits. Elmer sets Bugs free and heads home. When Elmer arrives home, he hears Bugs singing in the shower and tries to kill him, but Bugs pokes out a sign that reminds Elmer of Uncle Louie. Elmer tries to get Bugs to leave the house and eventually tricks him out.
Bugs then pretends to die, causing Elmer to take him back in. Elmer rocks Bugs and sings him a lullaby when a letter comes which says that Uncle Louie died, but many taxes have seemingly claimed the entirety of the inheritance, and Uncle Louie owes his lawyer $1.98 (however, based on the numbers on the form, Elmer still should be able to inherit nearly $900,000). Elmer chases Bugs around the house and Bugs eventually runs out. A few seconds later, a postman arrives and gives Elmer a giant Easter egg, which pops open and reveals many tiny Bugs Bunnies who jump out and run around the house.