Untalkative Bunny

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Untalkative Bunny

Untalkative Bunny is a Canada/UK co-produced animated series about a yellow rabbit and its life in the big city (closely based on Ottawa, Canada). The series consists of small episodes (about 4-5 minutes long each), and are aired by Teletoon, as well as Disney in many parts of the world including the UK & France. The episodes usually deal with Bunny and the problems of a modern life in the big city, and often present surreal elements. The show is full of "modern life" elements, such as diets, vegetarianism, and environmentalism.

The series is based on a short film called "Untalkative Bunny" created by Graham Falk.

The name of the show comes from the fact that Bunny, the main character, never says any word at all, expressing itself completely by facial expressions and other forms of body language. The true gender of Bunny is not completely defined, since it seems to portray both gender roles in different episodes.

Other recurring characters are the Orange Squirrel, who frequently pays visits to Bunny, and lives in the wild (as far as a city allows, such as city parks), but still with all the affordable modern comforts. He is sometimes accompanied with his son and daughter. There is also a cantankerous blue emu who usually puts Bunny in bad situations.

65 by 5 minute episodes were made for the first season. A subsequent 2nd and 3rd season was made with Graham Falk supervising the co-writers from the first season. Some of the episodes in the third season were written solely by the UK department. The cartoon soundtrack consists almost entirely of bossa nova and jazz tunes.

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