Baseball Bugs

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Baseball Bugs is a 1946 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical animated cartoon starring Bugs Bunny which was originally released on February 2, 1946. In the short, Bugs Bunny singlehandedly defeats the "Gas-House Gorillas", a baseball team of hulking, cigar-chomping bullies. The cartoon has been called Bugs "at his best" and is still referenced by baseball fans and observers.

Directed by I. Freleng. Produced by Edward Selzer. Story by Michael Maltese.

Bugs Bunny[edit]

  • Dat's the old pepper, boy!
  • Eh, I think I'll perplex him with my slowball.
  • [last lines of the cartoon] And that's the end!

Others[edit]

  • Radio Announcer: And here we are, folks, at the famous Polo Grounds.
  • Tea Totaller: I'm only 93 and a half years old.

Dialogue[edit]

Gas-House Gorillas batter: You're out!
Bugs Bunny: Where do you get that malarkey? I'm safe.
Gas-House Gorillas batter: I said you're out!
Bugs Bunny: I'm safe!
Gas-House Gorillas batter: You're out!
Bugs Bunny: Safe!
Gas-House Gorillas batter: Out!
Bugs Bunny: Safe!
Gas-House Gorillas batter: Out!
Bugs Bunny: Safe!
Gas-House Gorillas batter: Out!
Bugs Bunny': Safe! Out!
Gas-House Gorillas batter: Safe!
Bugs Bunny: Out!
Gas-House Gorillas batter: Safe!
Bugs Bunny: Out!
Gas-House Gorillas batter: Safe!
Bugs Bunny: Out!
Gas-House Gorillas batter: I say you're safe! If you don't like it, you can go to the showers!
Bugs Bunny: Okay then, doc. Have it your way. I'm safe.

Voice cast[edit]

  • Mel Blanc as Bugs Bunny, Teetotaller, Umpire, Gas-House Gorillas Catcher (cat-calling), Gas-House Gorillas Left Fielder and Announcer. (final scene)
  • Bea Benaderet as The Statue of Liberty. (uncredited)
  • Tedd Pierce as Announcer. (first scene) (uncredited)
  • The Sportsmen Quartet as Vocalists. (uncredited)
  • Frank Graham as Various. (uncredited)

External links[edit]

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