At a baseball game between the Gashouse Gorillas and the Tea-Totallers, a heckling Bugs Bunny is forced to play all positions against the brutish Gorillas. Naturally, their muscle is no match for Bugs' wit and pitching skill. Written by
Did You Know?
Among the ads on the fence is one for "Mike Maltese, Ace Detective" featuring a picture of Michael Maltese
(the writer of "Baseball Bugs") with a fedora and a pistol. See more
Halfway through the cartoon, the scoreboard shows the Gas-House Gorillas after four innings with the following scores: 10 + 28 + 16 + 42 for a total of 96 runs. Yet, in the bottom of the ninth, the announcer gives the score as "Gas-House Gorillas: 95 points. Bugs Bunny: 96." See more
And here we are, folks, at the famous Polo Grounds.
Sabre and Spurs
Music by John Philip Sousa
Played during the opening credits
Also played when Bugs prepares to pitch to the last Gashouse Gorilla See more