Bugs Bunny become the first rabbit to go into space, somewhat against his will. Landing on the moon safely, he comes across across a Martian who is on the first Mars to Moon expedition. He casually mentions to Bugs that he's going to blow up the Earth and bugs sets out to stop him. For his part, the Martian sics his dog on him.
Did You Know?
This cartoon was released in 1948, which is 9 years before the Soviets launched their first satellite Sputnik 1 in 1957, 13 years before Yuri Gagarin became the first Russian to orbit the Earth in 1961, 13 years before Alan Shepard became the first American to fly in space in 1961, and 21 years before astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins made history when they landed on the moon and explored it in 1969 and became the first Americans to do so. See more
If Bugs Bunny walked on the moon, he would weigh 6 times less than on Earth, he would be able to bounce around on the moon, this is due to the moons gravity being much lighter than Earths gravity. Since it shows Bugs Bunny walking, he would bounce a lot. Also, after the moon gets blown up. Bugs Bunny, Marvin the Martian and his alien dog wouldn't be hanging on for dear life, but they would actually float around helplessly in space. See more
No, no! I don't want to go! I'm too young to fly! Stop! I've got a wife and kids - millions of kids! Help! I don't wanna be a hero!
Boy Scout in Switzerland
Written by Raymond Scott See more