White Rabbit from Wonderland
White Rabbit is a character from Disney's 1951 animated feature film, Alice in Wonderland based on the Alice books by Lewis Carroll. He is voiced by Bill Thompson. He also appears in Aladdin and the King of Thieves, at Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding.
The White Rabbit is a jittery, seemingly elderly character. It can be concluded that the rabbit is the most sane of Wonderland's residents. It is fidgety, cowardly, loyal, hurried, nervous, high-strung, eccentric, time-conscious, confused, disheveled, hyper, hasty. In the film, he was not particularly kind to Alice, but not because he wishes to be or because he is an antagonist, but because he is following his Queen's of Hearts orders.
The rabbit is small, fluffy and plump. He has pink eyes with crimson pupils, thick black eyebrows, pink ear innards, ruby nose, light gray soles. He wears round glasses. He's notable for wearing a waistcoat and grayish periwinkle trouser when outside the castle grounds and is always seen with his massive-sized watch. When he work as Queen's Herald, the rabbit garb a different outfit, that being a thick aqua ruff with white flags on the front that also sports the Queen's signature heart symbol.
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