Funny / Bedknobs and Broomsticks

  • The suits of armour use the wackiest Dancing Pants shenanigans while fighting Those Wacky Nazis. A recurring visual gag is the suits removing limbs or helmets to shake out accumulated bullets.
    • Highlights include one suit of armor taking off his leg, shaking the bullets out of it, then hopping over on one leg and beating a Nazi over the head with it, and a disembodied pair of legs literally kicking a Nazi's ass while goosestepping. Repeatedly.
    • One of the medieval suits raised the visit on his helmet to "spit" the spent bullets out, with them dinging off of a Nazi's helmet.
    • One somehow ends up seated in a walking pair of legs, shouting all the while to be released.
    • The look on the Colonel's face when the executioner comes for him.
    • One suit whacks a Nazi on the helmet with his mace with a comedic cartoon sound effect.
  • "Would you like to be turned into a nice white rabbit?" It's actually a very real threat!
  • "Can't you READ READING? No peopling allowed!"
  • Miss Price's attempts to ride her broom sidesaddle like the instructions say, but gives up and straddles it instead. Cosmic Creepers the cat gives her a significant look.
    Miss Price: I know it's not ladylike!
  • The Running Gag of turning characters into rabbits, though Miss Price comes to use it to her advantage.
  • The scene where everyone's clothes come to live and are suddenly out of control. Miss Price's stockings kicked Paul in the face. Her nightgown assaults the vicar.
  • The reaction on Mr. Browne's face after he realizes he successfully cast the spell on himself. His ears begin to wiggle, his nose begins twitching uncontrollably, and then the big, goofy grin envelopes his face, as does the magic.
    • This is followed immediately by the Nazis breaking into the room, and their shock and disbelief when instead of a man they find a cute, fluffy, little white rabbit. If Mr. Browne could at the moment, he'd probably be giving them something of a 1930's variation of troll face.
    • This too is followed by Awesome Music, as a triumphant fanfare plays as Mr. Browne goes off to save Miss Price and the children. Yes, it's a kick-ass moment, but it's just hilarious, and frankly precious, that it's accompanying an adorable bunny.
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