Big House Bunny
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.
This cartoon was featured in the Bugs Bunny Mystery Special.
- Bugs Bunny: [after being beaten up by Sam] Eh, what's up, Doc?
- Yosemite Sam Schultz: Trying to pull a escape, 777174, eh?
- Bugs Bunny: Oh, you're mistaken, Mac. You see, I'm not 777174. I'm only three and a half.
- Yosemite Sam Schultz: Three and a half? Okay, so you're three and a half.
- [The scene cut to Bugs, cracking rocks and wearing a prisoner uniform with the number 3½]
- Bugs Bunny: Eh, my mother told me there'd be days like this.
- Yosemite Sam Schultz: [laughs sadistically] You'll do 50 years, or my name ain't Sam Schultz!
- Yosemite Sam Schultz: He's gone! He's gone! I'm rid of 'im! [celebrates until...]
- Warden: [enraged through intercom] SCHULTZ!!! OFFICE!!!!!
- Yosemite Sam Schultz: Oh, no...
- [Sometime later, Sam wears a prisoner uniform.]
- Yosemite Sam Schultz: I'd like to know what dirty stool pigeon squealed on me.
- [Bugs, standing on a stool nearby, twitches his eyebrows at the audience and makes pigeon sounds.]