"A-Lad-In His Lamp" is a 1948 Looney Tunes cartoon, starring Bugs Bunny. In this cartoon, Bugs finds Aladdin's Lamp and causes chaos when he refuses to give it to a sultin.
- Directed by Robert McKimson
- Written by Warren Foster
- Voices by Mel Blanc and Jim Backus
- Music by Carl Stalling
- Animated by Charles McKimson, Phil DeLara, Manny Gould, John Carey, and A.C Gamer
- Layouts by Cornett Wood
- Backgrounds by Richard H. Thomas
- Smokey: I'm here! I'm here! Let the bells ring out and the banners fly! Feast your eyes on me! It's too good to be true, but I'm here! I'm here!
- Smokey: Why, I'm a genie. I live in that lamp. They call me 'Genie with the light brown hair'. Oh, that was a witty one! Yah-Hal! Yah-Hal! Yah-Hal! Yah-Hal! Yah-Hal!
- Bugs: Hey, look fellas, I'm a hare-plane!
- Bugs: Eh, what's up, uh, Beaverpuss?
- Sultan: WHY YOU...!, Aladdin's Lamp!
- Bugs: Eh, correction, doc. Bugs Bunny's lamp!
- Bugs: Just a minute, doc. Let's not start splitting hares!
- Jim Backus, who voiced Smokey the genie, would also work with Mel Blanc in UPA's Mr.Magoo series, voicing canned vegetable Tycoon Mr. Quincy Magoo, his manservant Worchestershire, his nephew Waldo, and a number of incidental characters.
- A-Lad-In His Lamp at SuperCartoons.net
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