Get to Know Your Rabbit1972

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Get to Know Your Rabbit
Directed by:
Brian De Palma

Directed by Brian De Palma, "Get to Know Your Rabbit" (also known as "Conosci il tuo coniglio") is a Comedy film, released in the USA on June 19 of 1972 . Tom Smothers and John Astin are starring, alongside Katharine Ross, Orson Welles, Susanne Zenor and Samantha Jones.

Who directed "Get to Know Your Rabbit":

Get to Know Your Rabbit was directed by Brian De Palma, an American director, writer, producer, actor, and cinematographer.

Before making Get to Know Your Rabbit, Brian De Palma had directed Hi, Mom!, released in 1970, Dionysus (1970), The Wedding Party (1969), Greetings (1968), Murder à la Mod (1968). Since, he directed Sisters, released in 1973, Phantom of the Paradise (1974), Obsession (1976), Carrie (1976), The Fury (1978), and Home Movies (1980).

What was the release date of "Get to Know Your Rabbit":

Get to Know Your Rabbit was initally released in the United States on Monday, June 19, 1972. Other films released on Monday, June 19, 1972 are One Is a Lonely Number (dir. Mel Stuart) and Portnoy's Complaint (dir. Ernest Lehman). This was forty-seven (47) years ago.

It has been released on Sunday, September 19, 1993 in Germany.

What is the casting of "Get to Know Your Rabbit":

At the casting of Get to Know Your Rabbit we find Tom Smothers (Silver Bears (1978), Serial (1980)); John Astin (Bunny O'Hare (1971), Viva Max! (1969)); Katharine Ross (Daddy's Deadly Darling (1972), Fools (1970)) [ more... ]

  • Orson Welles and Katharine Ross can both be seen in Voyage of the Damned, released in 1976.
  • Larry D. Mann and Katharine Ross can also be seen in The Singing Nun, released in 1966.
  • M. Emmet Walsh and Helen Page Camp can be seen in Cold Turkey, released in 1971.
  • Robert Ball and John Astin also appeared in Bunny O'Hare, released in 1971.

What is the Storyline of "Get to Know Your Rabbit":

Corporate executive Donald Beeman, fed up with the rat race, impulsively quits his job and takes to the road as a traveling tap dancing magician under the tutelage of Mr. Delasandro. His former boss Mr. Turnbull, determined to convince him to return to his nine-to-five existence, chases after him as he performs his routine in seedy nightclubs and honky tonks, but instead the two create Tap Dancing Magicians, a course for pressured businessmen. When their little venture becomes one of the most successful [...]

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