Carrotblanca is a 1995 8-minute Looney Tunes cartoon. It was originally shown in cinemas alongside The Amazing Panda Adventure. It subsequently released on video packaged with older Looney Tunes cartoons and was included in the special edition DVD release of Casablanca, the film to which it is both a parody and a homage.

The short involves nearly all the major Looney Tunes characters in roles from the film, including Bugs Bunny as Rick, Daffy Duck as Sam, and Pepe Le Pew as Captain Renault. Some characters use their real names, others the names of the characters in the original film, or parodic versions. Several minor Looney Tunes characters can be seen in the background (such as Pete Puma as a waiter wearing a kaftan and kufi, and The Crusher as a doorman).

A German secret document is stolen and Usmarte (Tweety Pie as Ugarte, depicted unnervingly like Peter Lorre), the actual thief, lures Bugs Bunny into taking it. General Pandemonium (Yosemite Sam as Major Strasser) gets a frantic call from Foghorn Leghorn saying the secret document might be in the CarrotBlanca hotel.

Meanwhile Sylvester (as Victor Lazlo) and his wife Kitty Ketty (Penelope Pussycat as Ilsa) arrive at the hotel. Ketty attracts the attention of Louis (Pepe le Pew). Ketty also happens to be an old crush of Bugs. General Pandemonium suspects Sylvester may know about the document and binds him in his office. Ketty pleads with Bugs to help Sylvester out of this. Though Bugs initially refuses, he goes to the General's office nevertheless and confuses the General himself into jail.

The story climaxes, like the original, with Sylvester and Ketty escaping on a plane as Bugs watches them go. Except Ketty finds Louis on the plane and jumps off using a parachute, landing right in front of Bugs. The parachute cloth closes on them and the film ends.

Released with great panda adventure.