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In the 2017 Lifetime Movie "Fatal Defense" What is the name of the cartoon that is shown for 5 seconds with two bunny rabbits sitting on a mushroom?

During the Lifetime movie "Fatal Defense" from 46:47 - 46:52 (five seconds), two women and a little girl are sitting on the couch watching a cartoon short of two rabbits sitting on a mushroom, then the female rabbit shyly turns and looks at the male rabbit, he blushes and turns reddish brown from the neck up to the top of his ears. What Is The Name Of This Cartoon? It may be in the credits, however when I watched the movie, the credits just sped by like a blur. Please Help!
asked Dec 22, 2017 in Name That Short by Danjo (13 points)

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Best answer

Bunny Mooning (1937).

Fatal Defense is on YouTube, I took a screenshot of the cartoon within the movie and Google image search recognized it.

answered Dec 23, 2017 by lavina (780 points)
selected Dec 23, 2017 by Danjo
Thank you very much, you found it! I just love these old cartoon shorts! Merry Christmas!