Big House Bunny

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Big House Bunny is a 1950 Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny cartoon, released in 1950 and directed by Friz Freleng. In the short, Sing Song guard (Yosemite) Sam Shultz mistakes Bugs for a prisoner when he tunnels up inside the jail.

Directed by Friz Freleng. Produced by Edward Selzer. Story by Tedd Pierce.

This cartoon was featured in the Bugs Bunny Mystery Special.


[Sam, having been tricked into putting on a prison uniform and digging through his cell, finds himself in the warden's office]
Warden: SCHULTZ!! Just what is the meaning of this?! [next scene, off-screen] I won't stand for anymore of your nonsense! Now, get out! Out!
Yosemite Sam Schultz: [leaves; mutters] I hate him.
[Next scene, Bugs is walking around with a carrot before Yosemite Sam chases him around the prison. Bugs goes up the stairs and presses the switch on the elevator and goes down while being followed by Sam]
Yosemite Sam Schultz: Come back here, you muley-headed maverick! [presses the switch, but ends up getting hanged by a rope. He rants about this failure]
Warden: [through intercom] Schultz! OFFICE!!
[Next scene, Sam opens the door to the warden's office, he peaks in with his hat taken off and gives a sheepish grin. Only to see Bugs disguised as the warden.]
Bugs Bunny: [as warden] Well, come in, Schultz. [steps closer to the warden's desk. Bugs opens a box of cigars] Have a cigar.
Yosemite Sam Schultz: [puts his hat back on and takes a cigar] Gee, caroonie caroonies. [sniffs at cigar]
Bugs Bunny: Here, pull up a chair and sit down, Schultz. [Sam pulls up an electric chair and sits down] Schultz, I've been getting some good reports about you. Oh, uh, pardon me, have a light. [pulls a breakers that turns on the electric chair causing Sam to get shocked which causes his cigar to turn into ashes and falls to the floor. Then, he accidentally takes off his mustache as he removes some ashes from his cigar] Warm enough for you, Schultz?

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