Bugs Bunny in The Big Snooze (1946)

On the lighter side for a sleepy Sunday ….

“The Big Snooze” (1946) was the last cartoon that animation director Bob Clampett ever worked on for Warner Brothers. The title? It’s an obvious play on the Raymond Chandler novel, The Big Sleep, which was also turned into a film (starring Bogart and Bacall) in 1946. And the sleeping pill scene? Well, it was censored on television for some time. The clip can otherwise be bought on The Looney Tunes Golden Collection. For now, here it goes.

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