Pop! Disney - Alice In Wonderland - March Hare - #1061

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Funko Pop March Hare 1061

The March Hare is a fictional character in Disney's 1951 animated feature film, Alice in Wonderland.  A wacky, mallet-carrying hare, he is a resident of Wonderland and the best friend of the Mad Hatter, with whom the Hare regularly engages in tea and "unbirthday" parties.  The Hare's home (which is separated from the rest of Wonderland with a hedge) is visited by Alice during her adventure.  In his yard is a long table covered entirely by teacups, pots, plates and other utensils normally used during teatime.  Above his yard is a string of multicolored lanterns, illuminating the premises.  Both the Hare and the Hatter can be considered outcasts; they are always alone (sans the often dazed Dormouse), and the large amount of empty seats indicates that they have few, or no friends apart from each other.  Because of this, the Hare takes a liking to Alice and her compliments, though Alice quickly learns that the Hade and Hatter's isolation is likely a result of their overbearing natures.

Alice in Wonderland is a 1951 American animated movie produced by Walt Disney and based on the 1865 story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.  A little girl named Alice is bored from her history lesson given by her sister. She, along with her kitten, Dinah, sneaks away and dream a world full of nonsense. However, Alice sees an unusual White Rabbit, who was holding large golden pocket watch and running off in a hurry. Curious to know where the Rabbit is going, Alice decides to follow him down the rabbit hole, where her adventures in Wonderland begin. Changing sizes from big to small, meeting bizarre people, like the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Cheshire Cat and the Caterpillar, Alice is tired from her adventures in Wonderland and wishes to go home.