Crusher is an angry man, who is currently in jail and doesn't talk. Crusher only grunts. His first appearance was in The Jailbird and Jailbunny and he becomes quick enemies with Bugs and Daffy in jail.
Crusher first appears in The Jailbird and Jailbunny, as a jail inmate. He is shown to hold a grudge against Bugs and Daffy for unknown reasons, possibly because they called him "neanderthal-shaped head man" many times throughout the episode. He tries to punch Bugs for insulting him, while they were eating. He doesn't however and plays innocent, after the police come to him. Later on, Crusher chases Bugs and Daffy off of a cliff, thus being the reason they had became on the lam. Near the end of the episode (after Bugs and Daffy are released from jail after being caught), Daffy tells Crusher that he will miss him the most, which causes Crusher to growl.
In To Bowl or Not to Bowl, Crusher is shown at the beach in the Merrie Melodie, Yellow Bird, where he is shown caring for a young girl (possibly his daughter or niece). He also starts a conflict with Sylvester in the song, since Sylvester destroyed the young girl's sandcastles, ruined his ice cream and made him crash into the girls snd castles. Also, he seems to like sexy ladies when one bikini-clad girl walked by him only to make him feel infatuated.
- Crusher is the famous animated wrestler of the 1940's and 1950's Looney Tunes shorts.
- The press release says: Fans of the classic Looney Tunes series will recognize the toughest inmate of all. The Crusher, that famous animated wrestler of the 1940’s and 1950’s, takes a quick dislike to the new convicts and expresses his sentiments with angry grunts.
- Crusher presumebly has gotten released from jail due to being seen at a beach in Yellow Bird.