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Rabbit Fever (2010)

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You've heard of dog and horse shows, but are you familiar with the fascinating world of rabbit showing? For the first time ever, this 100-year-old society is revealed. Rabbit Fever follows ... See full summary »

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You've heard of dog and horse shows, but are you familiar with the fascinating world of rabbit showing? For the first time ever, this 100-year-old society is revealed. Rabbit Fever follows a colorful collection of competitors as they strive to win the top title at the 2005 National American Rabbit Convention - an event that draws more than 20,000 rabbits in one building, the largest mass of rabbits in the world. While adult members of the rabbit habit compete for 'Best in Show', the teenage enthusiasts quest for an even more coveted honor in the rabbit community - Rabbit King and Queen. Written by Anonymous

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5 teenagers. 25,000 rabbits. One extraordinary competition. Who will win the national title of Rabbit King & Queen? See more »

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Out of the 47 unique breeds recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association, Director Amy Do liked the Dwarf Hotot breed the best, which explains why that type of domestic rabbit is featured more prominently than any other breeds throughout the film. See more »

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Enchanting story!!!
17 March 2013 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

This film came highly recommended to me by my aunt. I like animals but I wouldn't call myself the animal loving type so I curious as to why my aunt thought this was a must see. Within a few minutes of starting the film, it became clear that this was a lot more than just a documentary about types of rabbits and a rabbit show (a world I never knew existed until now). I was pleasantly surprised to see a story that not only illustrates the rabbit showing industry but also does a wonderful job of following 5 kids that compete for King and Queen (and not just a competition of who has the prettiest rabbit). Not only did I find the film intriguing but at times I found myself chuckling (thanks to Joe Kim, the eccentric breeder from Oregon) to feeling suspense of finding out which teen was crowned Rabbit King/Queen. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone that enjoys a coming of age story, animals, or anyone who appreciates a charming documentary.


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