The Rabbit Trap (1959) Drama, Ernest Borgnine, David Brian, Bethel LeslieA family-man draftsman (Ernest Borgnine) finally stands up to his boss (David Brian), because of rabbits and a day off.
Job or family? This perennial conflict portrayed in this drama about a draftsman, able to free himself from the job for a very overdue family vacation, who is threatened with the sack if he doesn’t return to work mid-holiday.
Initial release: 1959
Director: Philip Leacock
Music composed by: Jack Marshall
Written by: JP Miller
Cinematography: Irving Glassberg

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