Who's Who? Wednesday
April 1, 2015
Rabbit is one of the main characters in the extremely controversial
1946 Walt Disney film, "Song
of the South."
He can also be found in the films "Mickey's
House of Villains," and "Mickey's
Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse."
In television shows he can be found in "House
of Mouse," "Walt
Disney anthology series," and "The
Mouse Factory." He can also be found in the video game Kinect
Disneyland Adventures. Finally in other merchandise he can be found
in books, toys, clothing, pins, vinylmations, and Disney art.
He makes his home in the Briar Patch, and he has
many friends he can count on such as Br'er
Gator, Uncle Remus, Br'er
Turtle, Mr. Bluebird, Toby, Johnny, Ginny, and the rest of the good
Disney characters. His enemies include Br'er
Fox, and the rest of the evil Disney villains.
Rabbit is a very skinny rabbit, with brownish gray fur. He has very
long ears, a large nose, big eyes, and buck teeth. His outfits
consists of blue pants, and a pink polo shirt with his sleeves
rolled up. He is very adventurous, fun-loving, and he is quite the
*FUN FACT* If you want Song of the South on DVD or
VHS you will have to order it from overseas.
He was animated by Ollie Johnston. He has also
been voiced by a few people over the years such as Jess Harnell,
Johnny Lee, and James Baskett.
Rabbit can be found in Disney parks around the world and a meet and
greet character. He can also be found in Mickey Mouse Revue,
Boo-to-You Halloween Parade, Light Magic, Parade of Stars,
Jubilation, and Splash Mountain. He can also be found in various
references in all the parks.
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