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1. What kind of grown man passes his time away talking to invisible bunnies? Well, Elwood P. Dowd for one. Jimmy Stewart portrays this lovable gentleman who, despite his sister's attempts to have him locked away, manages to help a young couple find love. What is the name of his giant friend with the big bunny ears?
2. Several versions of this John Steinbeck novel have appeared on film. All have one massively important theme in common, namely bunnies. What is the title of this novel, made into a feature film in both 1939 and 1992?
3. 'Watership Down' is an animated 1978 version of a fascinating story about a warren of rabbits who seek out a new place to live, after their home has become threatened. Who is the author of the story upon which this excellent animated film is based?
4. To 1988 we go, where we discover a part live-action, part animated film about a certain cute rabbit with an eye-popping wife named Jessica and a pronounced lisp. What is the name of this poor, hunted creature?
5. Yet another animated film, this one the all-time Disney classic from 1942, entitled 'Bambi'. What is the name of the all-important rabbit co-star to the beautiful deer Bambi in this charming movie?
6. Okay, now it's time for a smooth transition. We go from wonderful animated Disney classic, to a frightening thriller featuring stewed bunny rabbit. What was the name of the intense 1987 film that featured Glenn Close committing bunnycide?
7. From the dark to the surreal, which 2001 film features a character who tromps around in the nightmarish visions of the lead character dressed in a demonic rabbit suit?
8. Returning to the theme of cruelty to rabbits, in which Coen Brothers movie does an unsuspecting little bunny rabbit have a hand grenade lobbed in its general direction?
9. Delicate little rabbits play a role in the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy as well. In the second film, namely 'The Two Towers', which character cooks up a dainty little rabbit for himself and his good pal Frodo to eat?
10. Last, but surely not least, let's talk about the most deadly, ferocious, vicious, vile, horrendous, bloodthirsty, menacing, grim, (insert your own fearsome adjective here) bunny of all-time. In which 1975 comedy film, by Monty Python, do we encounter this deadly creature who guards the cave of Caer Bannog?
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