What's Up, Doc? (1950 film)

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What's Up, Doc? is a Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Robert McKimson, and released by Warner Bros. Pictures in 1950 to celebrate Bugs Bunny's 10th birthday that year, in which he recounts his life story to a reporter from the "Disassociated Press". Bugs talks about his birth, his rise to fame, the slow years, and how famous Vaudeville performer Elmer Fudd chooses him to be part of his act. Eventually the duo comes upon their classic formula of Hunter vs. Hare. The short also was the first to use the title card music which would continue to be used in Bugs Bunny's cartoons.

Directed by Robert McKimson. Produced by Edward Selzer. (uncredited) Story by Warren Foster.

Bugs Bunny[edit]

  • [first lines; answering the phone] Eh, start talking. It's your nickel.
  • [after reading the script of Life With Father] This'll never be a hit.

Dialogue[edit]

Bugs Bunny: [narrating] After much consideration, I finally accepted an important part in the hit show, "Girl of the Golden Vest".
Bugs Bunny and Boys of the Chorus: ♪ Oh, we are the boys of chorus ♪
♪ We hope you like our show ♪
♪ We know you're rooting for us ♪
♪ But now we have to go! ♪
Bugs Bunny: [narrating] Then came, "Wearing of the Grin".
Bugs Bunny and Boys of the Chorus: ♪ Oh, we are the boys of chorus ♪
♪ We hope you like our show ♪
♪ We know you're rooting for us ♪
♪ But now we have to go! ♪
Bugs Bunny: [narrating] Then my big smash, "Rosie's Cheeks".
Bugs Bunny and Boys of the Chorus: ♪ Oh, we are the boys of chorus ♪
♪ We hope you like our show ♪
♪ We know you're rooting for us ♪
♪ But now we have to go! ♪

Voice cast[edit]

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External links[edit]

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