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The 19 Best Bunnies In Film

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    Even the non-religious among of us are bound to find ourselves popping jelly beans and nibbling on chocolate bunnies this weekend. We may feast upon cream eggs and highlighter-hued Peeps. We may secretly pine after baby chicks. We may wonder if we're too old to ask mum and dad for an Easter basket.

    It's also fairly certain that we'll be thinking about bunnies a lot. How could we not? You can't throw a tie-dyed, Pinterest-approved egg without hitting someone in an Easter Bunny get-up right now. It's all very Donnie Darko.

    So, why not just admit defeat and spend this holiday weekend paying tribute to other rabbits we've loved and lost in the pop culture sphere? From Harvey to Judy Hopps, these bunnies are a hare above the rest. It is kind of surprising how many famous rabbits there are when you really rack your brain for them.


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    Thumper, Bambi (1942)
    You can credit Thumper and his mom for this etiquette rule: "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothin' at all."

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    Harvey, Harvey (1950)
    Viewers don't actually see the invisible rabbit the film (and original play) is named after, but Jimmy Stewart's Elwood P. Dowd does. All we know is he's 6-foot-3-and-a-half and likes martinis.

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    Skippy, Sis, & Tagalong, Robin Hood (1973)
    If this scene doesn't make your face crumple, you're dead inside. Anyone else fantasize about edging out Maid Marian, marrying that foxy Robin, and adopting this adorable brood? No?

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    The Killer Bunny, Monty Python & The Holy Grail (1975)
    Not only did this comedy classic deliver the "most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent you ever set eyes on," it also had the "Trojan Rabbit."

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    Hazel, Watership Down (1978)
    This book and movie were bleak as hell, but you've got to admit that Hazel was pretty solid.