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Rabbit (2005)

Rabbit
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Release date: 6 December 2005
Tags: Short (3), UK (2), Animation (2), 2005 (2), 9 Min. (1), Fantasy (1), Haaste (1), Jewels (1), Greed (1), English (1), Color (1)
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legato rated this 8/10 4 months, 1 week ago
Andy Goulding added this to a list 1 year, 2 months ago
1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Run Wrake SUMMARY: Two sadistic, greedy children murder a rabbit and find a small, golden idol inside it who has the power to turn insects into jewels. WHY IT'S HERE: British animator Run Wrake's 'Rabbit' is a funny, grisly, brutal morality tale which Wrake created using a series of children's educational stickers from the 1950s which he found in a charity shop envelope. British audiences will likely recognise the style of the illustrations from Ladybird books and Enid Blyton novels; ch"


Andy Goulding added this to a list 1 year, 2 months ago
1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - Part 17 (50 movies items)

"DIR: Run Wrake SUMMARY: Two sadistic, greedy children murder a rabbit and find a small, golden idol inside it who has the power to turn insects into jewels. WHY IT'S HERE: British animator Run Wrake's 'Rabbit' is a funny, grisly, brutal morality tale which Wrake created using a series of children's educational stickers from the 1950s which he found in a charity shop envelope. British audiences will likely recognise the style of the illustrations from Ladybird books and Enid Blyton novels; cher"



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