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Kentucky Color: Late Autumn and Early Winter

By Billy Joe Fudge

Then there is that drooped eyelids, lifted chin, toothy smirked, I'm smarter than you, sardonic grin of that waskly wabbit, Bugs Bunny which brings back memories of late Autumn and early Winter Saturday mornings.

As an only child, farm boy growing up on a dairy farm in the midst of The Great Wooded South, I remember getting to sleep in and have some much needed R&R on some Saturday mornings. After the tobacco was stripped, Dad and Hollis Gilpin, Murrell Reed, Frank Paxton, Garon Parrish, Allen Phelps, Rollin Coomer or some other local hunter would be "bird hunting" on Saturdays and I would get a little cartoon time in on some of those mornings.

Of course, Bugs Bunny was one of a historic lineup on Saturday morning in the late 50's and early 60's! Can you name some of them?

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