McHale's Navy: Season 3, Episode 27

Chuckie Cottontail (23 Mar. 1965)

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While searching McHale's island for some stolen eggs, Binghamton, Carpenter, and Admiral Hardesty are captured by Japanese soldiers, drunk on the egg nog made from the stolen eggs. But ... See full summary »

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While searching McHale's island for some stolen eggs, Binghamton, Carpenter, and Admiral Hardesty are captured by Japanese soldiers, drunk on the egg nog made from the stolen eggs. But they're soon rescued by the Easter Bunny, on his way to an Easter egg hunt, supervised by McHale and the guys, for some native school children. Written by David C. Bohn

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The title is based on the character Peter Cottontail who is found in the works of Thornton Burgess and was further immortalized in the child's Easter classic song "Here Comes Peter Cottontail" by Burgess and Romeo Miller. See more »

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