• The velveteen one.
    • Linda Joy
      That's the book I need to read next! I've heard so much about it! And I've been looking for a new book for about a month now. I wonder if I can find it free online
    • Linda Joy
      Oh, Roaring! I just saw the first sentence and they use one of my most favorite words ever! I'm going to have to find this book!
    • Linda Joy
      Just read it! That was cute!
    • Roaring
      Now I have to recall it myself. It was a long time ago that I read that.
    • Linda Joy
      Look what I found! Told by Meryl Streep!
  • The Rabbit of Caerbannog
    • Linda Joy
      Monty Python! I've never seen it.
    • mushroom
      That rabbit's dynamite!
  • Buster Bunny from Tiny Toons.
    • Linda Joy
      why is he your favorite?
    • Anoname
      I liked the show.
  • Jessica Rabbit. She's just drawn that way.
    • Linda Joy
      She's not bad!
    • Anoname
      Not bad at all.
    • Linda Joy
      She tries to be good!
    • Anoname
      Which is why she bashed Roger in the head and threw him in the trunk - to keep him safe.
    • Linda Joy
      Nuh uh!
    • Anoname
      Yea, huh.
    • Linda Joy
      That wasn't in the book I read.
    • Anoname
      Book ? It was a movie.
    • Linda Joy
      It was a book to my son had it.
    • Anoname
      The Jessica Rabbit most people think of is from the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit. She really did whack him upside his head with a frying pan and throw him in a trunk - literally to keep him safe.
  • Happy Bunny
  • Jessica Rabbit. But you already knew that.
  • i dont really have one since i dont read fiction about rabbits
  • Since Bugs Bunny is not real. Know whut I mean, like just a cartoon?
  • Bugs bunny"what's up doc?"
    • mushroom
      Magic Helmet!
  • dont know of any except bugs bunny
  • I have wabbits all over the pwace. My cat likes to eat them. His favorite song is; 'Kill the Wabbit'.
  • Harvey had to be the funniest fictional rabbit. Does anyone remember him?
    • Roaring
      Don't recall Harvey. In a story?
    • ARTICFOX700
      I do the invisible rabbit. Good movie
    • Thinker
      You are right Articfox. It was a funny movie.
    • Victorine
      "Harvey" is wonderful, though the film's namesake doesn't actually appear much.
  • I came here to name Harvey the Pookah as my favorite fictional rabbit! I've watched the movie innumerable times, and I've read the play repeatedly. /// Other favorites on my list are: the rabbits of "Watership Down" (film and novel); Harry, the scene-stealing bunny in "The Geisha Boy" (1958) (even grabbing scenes from Jerry Lewis!); several versions of "Alice in Wonderland", particularly the 1972 musical with two famous players~Michael Crawford (future Phantom of the Opera) as White Rabbit and Peter Sellers as March Hare. Honorable mention: Mr. Horatio Knibbles (1971 film).
  • I like "Bunny Rabbit " from Captain Kangaroo
  • The know: the witch that was accidentally turned into a rabbit.
  • Peter. That used to be my favorite bedtime story. But when I grew older, I liked Hazel, Fiver, and Blackberry rather a lot.
  • Bugs, but in a certain mood with a couple of drinks inside me, Jessica.😄
  • Roger Rabbit
  • Bugs Bunny
  • The rabbit from Alice in Wonderland
  • Bugs Bunny of course! I learned so much from him as a kid. He introduced me to opera. "kill the wabbit! kill the wabbit!".

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