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Racketeer Rabbit (1946)

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Edward G. Robinson and Peter Lorre make it home to their hideout only to find Bugs already settled down there for the night.


(as I. Freleng)


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Complete credited cast:
Bugs Bunny / Hugo (voice)


Edward G. Robinson and Peter Lorre make it home to their hideout only to find Bugs already settled down there for the night.

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14 September 1946 (USA)  »

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Racketeer Rabbit  »

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In the car chase, they pass a sign advertising Hotel Friz, a reference to director Friz Freleng. See more »


Bugs taking shelter in an old empty hotel drills a hole in the floor puts on a nightcap and descends into the hole. He later emerges wearing a nightshirt. See more »


Bugs Bunny: You're safe now, Doc. The police are gone.
Rocky: Yeah? Which way did they go?
Bugs Bunny: That way.
Rocky: [Running out the window] Help, police! Don't leave me here with that crazy rabbit! Help!
Bugs Bunny: Some people can't take it, see? Nyah! Nyah! Nyah!
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Referenced in Behind the Tunes: Looney Tunes Go Hollywood (2004) See more »


Jimmy Valentine
Music by Gus Edwards
Played during the opening credits
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Eh, ya wacky loony cahtoon. I'll put one in ya for every second I ain't laughin', see?
14 January 2007 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

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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