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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    Disney's interpretation of the March Hare in its 1951 adaptation of Lewis Carroll's story "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is the most iconic version of this famous rabbit. March Hare is the Mad Hatter's sidekick during the tea party scene in "Wonderland," causing confusion and a bit of chaos. He is one of the crazier rabbits in history.
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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    The 1989 Touchstone film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," featuring Bob Hoskins, is a tale of real life and the cartoon world colliding as one. (Touchstone-Kobal Collection)
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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    The "Velveteen Rabbit" is a children's book written by Margaret Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson. The first book was published in 1922 and has been named one of "Teacher's Top 100 Books for Children," based on a National Education Association poll in 2007. A tale of love, compassion and self worth, this rabbit transforms even the coldest of hearts. (Amazon)
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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    Thumper is the fun loving bunny in Disney's 1942 film "Bambi." He is known for thumping his hind foot when he's excited or trying for attention. This adorable bunny befriends the baby deer Bambi, helping him to learn how to walk and get out of sticky situations. "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothin' at all," is one of Thumper's famous quotes in the animation. (Disney Photo Library)
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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    "The Tale of Peter Rabbit" was first published in 1902, written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. Peter the Rabbit has become one of the most iconic rabbits in history. It's an adventure story of a rabbit named Peter who gets into trouble in Mr. McGregor's garden. This tale teaches everyone how to be responsible little bunnies. (Amazon)
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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    A rabbit who clucks like a chicken stole our hearts and our sweet tooth when this Cadbury Bunny appeared in the first Cadbury Creme Egg commercial in the United States in 1982. The company has since had several versions of the commercial, but the bunny remains a favorite as its unofficial mascot. (Cadbury)
    Cadbury
  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    One of Warner Bros.'s most iconic characters is Bugs Bunny. Bugs is best known for roles in Looney Tunes and the Merrie Melodies cartoon shorts. Bugs first came into our hearts in 1940 when he appeared in the cartoon "A Wild Hare," created by Robert McKimson and Mel Blanc, who established Bugs' famous twang. "What's Up Doc" is one of Bugs' favorite sayings. (Getty Images)
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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    The "Tale of Benjamin Bunny" is a classic children's book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter in 1904. The book is a sequel to her book "The Tale of Peter Rabbit" from 1902. Benjamin Bunny is Peter Rabbit's cousin, and they both get into a series mischievous acts in Mr. McGregor's garden. Potter has been an iconic symbol for Rabbit and children's books. (Amazon)
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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    General Mills' Trix cereal has featured Trix the Rabbit as its mascot since 1959. A rabbit that is addicted to the cereal is always caught before he is able to steal a bowl away for himself. "The plight of the Trix Rabbit has drawn comparisons to Sisyphus, a Greek figure who was doomed to endlessly repeat a futile task," Wikipedia notes. (Wikimedia Commons)
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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    A line of Playboy Bunny girls at the Bal Tabarin restaurant in London, Feb. 11, 1963. The first Playboy Bunny waitresses shook their cottontails at the first Playboy Clubs in Chicago in 1960. The outfits were first shown in an early episode of Hugh Hefner's Playboy's Penthouse, before becoming the iconic waitress outfit at the Playboy Club. (FPG-Hulton Archive-Getty Images)
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  • Famous Bunny Rabbit We All Wuved

    The energizer Bunny first appeared in an Energizer battery commercial in 1989. His quote, "he keeps going and going …" has remained an iconic phrase for Energizer and kept him in the spotlight for more than 23 years. Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade introduced the giant Bunny in balloon form in 2008 for his 2009 20th-birthday tour. (Energizer)
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