38 Most Famous Bunnies of All Time

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33. Trix Rabbit
> Debut: 1959
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 6,044
> Average number of views per day: 8

The Trix Rabbit is the marketing icon for the General Mills breakfast cereal of that name. He has been appearing in TV commercials since 1959. He keeps trying to trick children into giving him a bowl of cereal but is rebuffed with the tagline “Silly rabbit! Trix are for kids.” At one time he was voiced by the famous animation actor Mel Blanc.

Source: Courtesy of CBS

32. Mr. Bunny Rabbit
> Debut: 1955
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 7,662
> Average number of views per day: 10

Mr. Bunny Rabbit was a puppet character on the television show “Captain Kangaroo,” which ran for almost 30 years, beginning in 1955. He wore trademark red horn-rimmed glasses and could trick the Captain into giving him his carrots. Bunny Rabbit was created and manipulated by puppeteer Cosmo Allegretti.

Source: Courtesy of The Walt Disney Company

31. Bean Bunny
> Debut: 1986
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 10,267
> Average number of views per day: 14

Bean Bunny starred in a 1986 Jim Henson TV special titled “The Tale of the Bunny Picnic.” He reappeared in the MuppeTelevision parts of “The Jim Henson Hour” and in later Muppet productions. He also had a role in the movie “The Muppet Christmas Carol.”

Source: Courtesy of Marvel Worldwide Inc.

30. Hoppy the Marvel Bunny
> Debut: 1945
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 14,346
> Average number of views per day: 20

Created by Chad Grothkopf, Hoppy the Marvel Bunny first appeared in the Captain Marvel spin-off “Fawcett’s Funny Animals #1.” Hoppy is a pink bunny who can transform himself into Captain Marvel Bunny, a superhero like Captain Marvel, by saying the magic word “Shazam!”

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29. Buster Baxter
> Debut: 1979
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 14,507
> Average number of views per day: 20

Buster Baxter is the best friend of Arthur Read, the aardvark and main character of the TV show “Arthur.” Buster’s parents are divorced and he lives with his mother. He’s an upbeat character with some interesting hobbies, including collecting food.