In honor of our favorite holiday, Easter, we’ve cobbled together a supercut – defined here as “a fast-paced montage of short video clips that obsessively isolates a single element from its source, usually a word, phrase, or cliche from film and TV” – of our favorite movie bunnies and embedded it below.
The edit includes classic selections from Bambi, Harvey, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, but is leavened with a selection of lesser-known, and carefully vetted, darkhorse entries.
Because we want to give this project an interactive component, we’ll reward the first individual to correctly identify the source films in sequence – there are 32 total clips (including two that are audio only), pulled from 27 different movies – with a $100 gift card good for anything sold at our parent site, BunnySlippers.com. To win, comment below or message us by clicking here.
(We’ll post a complete list of the movies once our victor has been identified!)
Congrats to Kai Peter, the winner of our contest! He correctly identified all of the movies in sequence and they are now listed below the jump!
:00-:06, Night Of The Lepus (audio-only)
:07-:20, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
:21-:27, The Muppet Christmas Carol
:37-:43, Real Genius
:44-:51, A Christmas Story
:52-:54, Con Air
:55-:58, Fantasia 2000
:59-1:06, Lost In Space
1:08-1:10, Space Jam
1:11-1:14, The Nightmare Before Christmas
1:20-1:22, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
1:23-1:27, The Matrix
1:28-1:33, Alice In Wonderland (2010)
1:47-1:50, Night Of The Lepus
1:51-1:56, Pulp Fiction
1:57-2:04, Wallace & Gromit In The Curse Of The Were-Rabbits
2:05-2:10, Monty Python And The Holy Grail
2:11-2:17, Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince
2:18-2:29, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
2:37-2:47, Watership Down
2:48-3:00, Monty Python And The Holy Grail
3:01-3:04, The Big Lebowski
3:05-3:11, Fatal Attraction
3:12-3:16, Romancing The Stone
3:17-3:26, 9 To 5
3:27-3:52, Easter Parade
3:53-4:05, Harvey (audio-only)
Don’t see your fave? Got another movie to share? Chime in below!
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