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.


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.]

Voice cast

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