The Nasty Rabbit (1964)

  |  Comedy

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Russian spies secretly infect rabbits with a deadly bacteria, then let them loose in the U.S.



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James Landis


Jim Critchfield (story), Arch Hall Sr.

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25 October 2004 | LynxMatthews
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As stated earlier, there are only so many times one can watch a Japanese guy fall out of a tree. The slapstick in this is of such a desperate and unpleasant quality, it'll give you a headache. BUT...

If you are looking for reasons to watch, they are as follows:

Opening credits. They are painted on giant plywood rabbits that were placed outside and then filmed. It makes for a colorful and crazy opening.

Arch Jr. The guy actually shows some star power here. Casual and cool-looking, unfortunately he isn't in it very much. He sings only one song.

Last and not least: The girl, "Jackie". She is totally cute. Just gorgeous and photographed very well. Sort of Natalie Portman-esque in her charms. Why never in another film??

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December 1964



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