Beanstalk Bunny, a 1954 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon was released on 12 February 1955. This theatrical cartoon was directed by Chuck Jones, and starred Mel Blanc as the voices of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. Elmer Fudd, voiced by Arthur Q. Bryan, was also featured.
"Now there goes a salesman, he trades me out of a grade A homogenized wholestene cow and for what? Three stupid beans. Jack your ah jerk."
Subsequently he tosses out the beans and they land right into Bugs Bunny’s rabbit hole. A beanstalk erupts; Bugs and Jack go up the beanstalk together where they find a giant at the top as a giant. The giant exclaims that he wants to “gwind your bones to make me bwead." The giant then continues to chase the two around his castle as they are trying to escape. The giant traps Bugs and Jack under a glass cake cover. However, they escape because Bugs has a glass cutter with him. The chase continues until Bugs disables the giant. Bugs wants to go home; however, the greedy Jack decides to stay so that he can steal from the giant. As Bugs is running towards the beanstalk he comes across a forest of giant carrots ready to be eaten. The cartoon ends with a very full Bugs resting under a half eaten, giant carrot and Jack acting like the minute and hour hands of the giant the giant’s pocket watch.