Halloween is a-haunting. Hobgoblins, ghouls and ghosts abound with the occasional wizard thrown in for good measure. Knight-mare Hare first startled audiences on October 1, 1955 and has continued to delight us with its homage to Mark Twain's "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" (and with a tip of the hat to the Bing Crosby film version.) Highlights include Bugs' vain attempt to impress a knight by rattling off the names of royalty he's acquainted with: the Duke of Elllington, the Count of Basie, the Earl of Hines, the Cab of Calloway and the Satchmo of Armstrong; the dismissal of a fire-breathing dragon (with seltzer water, no less!) and finally with Merlin in his castle. In these two layout drawings by Chuck Jones we are privy to their first meeting.