The Disassociated Press wants Bugs Bunny's life story. Got a pencil? "First," says Bugs, "I was born." He quickly learns he is different from the other children: he's a "rabbit in a human world." He grows up to accept repetitive chorus boy jobs in such Broadway revues as "Girl of the Golden Vest," "Wearing of the Grin" and "Rosie's Cheeks." His career hits the skids and he's living on a park bench before he's discovered by that great vaudeville star, Elmer Fudd. Their dual comedy act is a hit, which leads to film roles. Will Bugs Bunny ever have to look back?
Did You Know?
, Jack Benny
, Eddie Cantor
and Bing Crosby
are caricatured as park bums, who each do their routine when Elmer Fudd shows up. Elmer spots Bugs and asks, "Why are you hanging around these guys? They'll never amount to anything." See more
Bugs Bunny's chin stubble suddenly disappears the moment Elmer Fudd recognizes him on the park bench. See more
[answering the phone
Eh, start talking. It's your nickel.
Referenced in Explorers
We're the Boys of the Chorus
[Performed by Bugs Bunny and Chorus] See more