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Rabbit Test (1978)

PG | | Comedy | 31 July 1981 (Finland)
Lionel's life turns around after a one-night stand on top of a pinball table... he becomes the world's first pregnant man!

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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Lionel Carpenter
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Segoynia Savaka
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Sergeant Danny Bonhoff
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Mrs. Carpenter
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Margaret Adachi ...
Interviewer
Roderick Alexander ...
A Tint of Darkness
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Sobbing Sailor
John Andersonjo ...
African Chief
Edward Ansara ...
Second Newscaster
Gino Ardito ...
Wino Brother
Lawrence Bame ...
Second Secret Serivce Man
Sarverio Barbiere ...
Gypsy Cousin
Marlene Barr ...
Cashier
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Lester
Tanii Bauer ...
Mrs. Reinheimer
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Lionel's life turns around after a one-night stand on top of a pinball table... he becomes the world's first pregnant man!

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The story of the world's first pregnant man... it's inconceivably funny. See more »

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Det våras för kaninerna  »

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Teaser newspaper ads for this movie were fake ads for parodies of popular movies with a rabbit twist. PAWS (instead of JAWS), Hare Wars (instead of Star Wars) and so on. See more »

Quotes

The Minister: She's a truck. She'll need a forklift to get into heaven.
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I don't get why people hate this film so much
7 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

From what I'm reading, I must be the only person on EBay who enjoyed this movie; I thought it was hilarious and am remembering that at the time it was released that all the critics hated it. Somehow I got a copy of it on VHS and my Dad was visiting at the time... not only did we watch it once, but we watched it again a night or so later and continued to laugh all the way through it. Joan Rivers had (has?)a great talent for funny details that was always seemed to be going on in the background... in fact, she threw everything but the kitchen sink at the audience, but how was that any different than "Airplane" or "The Naked Gun," that came out years later and made a lot of money? I would love to see this make to to the light of DVD someday, but it's looking like I'm one of the few. I just purchased a bootleg copy of the film and I laughed as much now as I did twelve or so years ago when I first saw it. As far as I'm concerned, I'd love to see Rivers make another picture... I remember her going through hell and high water trying to hype this on t.v. shows before it came out. It's just not that bad as everyone keeps making it out to be.


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