Décode pas Bunny is a French television program for young people broadcast from December 24, 19891 to December 27, 2000 on Canal +. First in encrypted form, then in clear from December 15, 1990 around 5:20 p.m.
|Don’t decode Bunny|
|Presentation||Bugs bunny with the voice of Guy Piérauld ,
then Gerard Surugue
|Duration||60 to 90 minutes|
|Production||Warner Bros. Television
|Date of first broadcast|
|Last broadcast date|
|Advised audience||For all|
The show is presented by Bugs bunny and most of the toons of Warner Bros. , via images diverted from cartoons and redoubled. These sequences serving as a transition, often humorous, between cartoons, episodes of TV shows of animation Warner or sitcoms .
A first part was devoted to the classics of Looney Tunes (Bugs bunny , Daffy duck , Titi and grosminet , Speedy Gonzales , Bip Bip and Coyote , Charlie the rooster , Sam the pirate , Grandpa the polecat …) where the characters received through the intermediary of the fictitious character “Jean-Paul Dubost”, a letter from a child accompanied by a drawing of the latter. The second part gave pride of place to new Warner Bros. productions.
The program was adapted in Belgium, Poland and Spain on TVE under the title The Hora Warner , and in Latin America under the title Ahora Warner .
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