Porky and Sylvester spend the night in an old dark house, whose horrors only Sylvester sees. His repeated attempts to save Porky from the ghoulish doings of the killer mice infesting the ... See full summary »
Sylvester Cat must catch mice or lose his happy home. When he can't find a mouse inside, he searches out of doors and comes upon one meek, little mouse who agrees under duress to be ... See full summary »
Eh, ya wacky loony cahtoon. I'll put one in ya for every second I ain't laughin', see?
One of the things that I like most about the Looney Tunes cartoons - aside from their full-scale irreverence - is how they play off of the popular culture of their eras. "Racketeer Rabbit" features gangsters Rocky and Hugo (resembling Edward G. Robinson and Peter Lorre, respectively) hiding out in a house where Bugs Bunny is staying. As soon as the rascally rabbit meets the thugs, he makes their lives a living hell. I think that my favorite scene is when they make Bugs talk; if only we all had the courage to do that! And then of course, there's the handing over of the dough.
Anyway, it's totally hilarious. You just might laugh yourself sick. A veritable classic. Of course, I didn't get the cultural references when I was really young.
And don't worry about not laughing: you'll probably spend the whole time in laughter.
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