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(1949)

Plot Summary

  • The hunting dog is haunted by the rabbit after the rabbit overhears the hunter telling the dog: You'll never catch that rabbit unless you get a good night's sleep.

    - Written by Reidar Lyng <groucho@phc.chalmers.se>
  • It's nighttime. A hunter and his dog arrive at the Happy Hunting Lodge. The dog flies out of the car the moment the door is open. He immediately finds a rabbit hole and frantically digs and barks and points. His master has to pull him away. "Don't worry, Speedy," says the hunter as he drags his dog into their cabin. "We'll get up at five in the morning and really blast that bunny." The bunny overhears and reacts with horror. He tiptoes up to the door of the cabin and listens to the rest. "Remember, boy," the hunter continues. "You'll never catch that rabbit unless you get a good night's sleep." The rabbit is hit with an idea. He won't let the dog get a good night's sleep -- or any sleep at all.

    - Written by J. Spurlin
  • An energetic dog needs a night's rest if he's going to be ready for rabbit hunting at dawn. A crafty rabbit does everything he can to keep him awake.

    - Written by J. Spurlin

Synopsis

It's nighttime. A hunter and his dog arrive at the Happy Hunting Lodge. The dog flies out of the car the moment the door is open...

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