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10. Rabbit ('Winnie the Pooh')
The hegemonic hare of the Hundred Acre Wood is so inextricably linked with his cottontail identity that it’s literally his name.
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9. Ralphie (A Christmas Story)
The only way to watch the annual TV marathon of the holiday classic is if you’re wearing your own version of Ralphie’s pink pj’s.
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8. Shelley (The House Bunny)
It’s hard not to love Anna Faris’ Playmate with a heart of gold— and even harder not to notice that she’s got great hare.
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5. White Rabbit (Alice in Wonderland)
Contrary to popular belief, not all rabbits are perennially late for engagements. (Fun fact, though: They do all carry timepieces.)
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4. Frank (Donnie Darko)
Jake Gyllenhaal’s debauched vision was technically a rabbit in the “disturbed hallucination in a costume” sense of the word.
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3. Roger Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
One of Hollywood’s highest (at the time) film budgets birthed arguably one of its most hyperactive, neurotic bunnies.
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2. Thumper (Bambi)
Before Judy Hopps, Disney’s most darling burrower was Bambi’s diminutive sidekick, voiced by — awwww — a 4-year-old actor.