Elmer's role in these two films, that of would-be hunter, dupe and foil for Bugs, remains his main role forever after. Although Bugs Bunny was called upon to outwit many more worthy opponents, Elmer somehow remained Bugs' classic nemesis, despite (or because of) his legendary gullibility, small size, short temper, and shorter attention span. Somehow knowing, not only that Elmer would lose, but knowing how he would lose, made the confrontation, counterintuitively, more delicious.
Fudd was originally voiced by the radio actor Arthur Q. Bryan, but after Bryan's death in 1959 was reluctantly assumed as yet another voice by the versatile Mel Blanc. The best known Elmer Fudd cartoons include Chuck Jones' classic What's Opera, Doc, the Rossini parody Rabbit of Seville, and the "Hunter Trilogy" of "Rabbit Season/Duck Season" shorts with Fudd, Bugs, and Daffy Duck.
He always misplaces r with a w when he talks .