Ziggy Springer is a rock star character that appears in the never-released The Nifty Fifties. Gracie Stanley claims that he is her cousin, though these claims are neither proven or debunked.

Character Details Edit

Physical Description Edit

Ziggy Springer wears a flashy, white suit with sparkles with white glittery pants and glasses.

Characteristics Edit

Ziggy Springer is someone who revels in his fame, but is able to take the time for those that he is close to.

Before Mustache Maniacs Film Co. Edit

Ziggy Springer started out as an Elvis Presley-like character for the Tim Kelly-penned Pioneer Drama Service script The Nifty Fifties. He played this same role in the Park Players rendition of the play, but since this film was never released by Mustache Maniacs Film Co., he is not considered canonical to the cinematic universe.

Trivia Edit

  • This character is a clear expy of Elvis Presley, with elements of other 1950's rock stars thrown in. His song, "Oh, Baby," even makes direct shout-outs to actual 1950's songs.
  • In the play, it is never revealed whether or not Gracie Stanley's claim about this character is true: that he is her cousin. The play itself zig-zags this, as Gracie seemingly makes up the story for Muffin, even though Ziggy later on calls Gracie her cousin. Since the film is currently non-canon, cementing the answer to this question is highly unlikely.
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