Eh, so the above saying, from the mouth of the early Bugs’ Bunny, might not have been the best catch phrase choice of all time. Seriously, could you imagine him saying “Jiggers, fellers,” starring down Elmer Fudd’s gun barrel, chomping on a carrot? I don’t think so. Luckily, two years after his debut in Porky’s Hare Hunt in 1938, the bunny got a gray tan, dropped the possessive form of his name and started quipping “What’s up, doc?” instead. Phew, that was a close one. Bugs and his fellow Warner Bros. cartoons weren’t always the superior animated creatures we know today. Oh no, they evolved (yes, cartoons can evolve) from sometimes creepy-looking prototypes. Check out early illustrations of Speedy Gonzales and Bugs—yikes. Even Porky Pig was a bit more, um, porky. Some of the classic cartoon shorts, along with feature films Space Jam and The Iron Giant, will show at the Guild Theater as part of the Crocker Art Museum’s Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons exhibit. Not only do you get to spend a Saturday watching classic cartoons, you can do it for only $3. Th-th-th-that’s all, folks!