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  • Br'er Rabbit
  • Br'er Rabbit
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  • Br'er Rabbit is a character from the 1946 Disney feature film Song of the South.
  • He was voiced by Johnny Lee in the first two animated segments of the film and James Baskett (who played Uncle Remus and The Butterfly) in the last segment. Jess Harnell took over the role in 1989. Like Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear, Br'er Rabbit speaks in a Deep South accent, complete with much of their dialect and quirks of speech, and wears stereotypical lower-class African-American clothing of the time. He is portrayed as being something of a scallywag and is not quite as clever as he thinks he is, which, along with his arrogance and being overconfident, is the reason for him getting trapped in the first place - but he's still quite smart enough to outwit Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear.
  • Br'er Rabbit (also spelled Bre'r Rabbit or Brer Rabbit or Bruh Rabbit, with the title "Br'er" pronounced /ˈbrɛər/) is a central figure in the Uncle Remus stories of the Southern United States. He is a trickster character who succeeds through his wits rather than through strength, tweaking authority figures and bending social mores as he sees fit. The story of Br'er Rabbit, a contraction of "Brother Rabbit", has been linked to both African and Cherokee cultures. Disney later adapted the character for their Song of the South.
  • Br'er Rabbit ist eine Figur aus den Onkel-Remus-Fortsetzungsgeschichten. Arik Soong hat die Geschichten über den Br'er Rabbit seinen Augments vorgelesen. Nach dem Br'er Rabbit benennt Soong auch eine Region im Weltraum welche die Klingonen als Klach D'Kel Brakt bezeichnen. Im 24. Jahrhundert der Name Briar Patch unter nicht-Klingonen geläufig. (ENT: ; Star Trek: Der Aufstand) 2375 wird die USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) im Briar Patch von den Son'a angegriffen. Commander William T. Riker erwähnt, dass er den Briar Patch wie der Br'er Rabbit als Unterschlupf nutzen will. (Star Trek: Der Aufstand)
  • Br'er Rabbit was a character of the 1880s Uncle Remus stories written by Joel Chandler Harris of Earth. A book containing these stories was among the books Arik Soong left his adopted Augment children after he was captured by Earth forces. (ENT: "The Augments")
  • Br'er Rabbit was a character of the 1880s Uncle Remus stories written by Joel Chandler Harris of Earth. A book containing these stories was amongst the books that Arik Soong left his adopted Augment children after he was captured by United Earth forces. (ENT episode: "The Augments")
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Alignment
  • Good
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Dislikes
  • Brer Fox and Brer Bear's schemes
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Colour
  • #4B89E6
Inspiration
  • Brer Rabbit from the Uncle Remus stories compiled by Joel Chandler Harris
Voice
Games
Likes
  • Having fun, playing tricks, adventures, hugs
Appearance
  • Slender rabbit, brown fur, pink polo shirt, long blue pants
Name
  • Br'er Rabbit
  • Br’er Rabbit
Personality
  • Sneaky, comical, fun-loving, clever, cocky but in a well-meaning way, friendly, caring, carefree, lovable, curious, adventurous, resourceful, quick-thinking, a trickster
First
  • 19
Shows
Fate
  • Always outsmarts Brer Fox and Brer Bear
Alias
  • Brother Rabbit, Big Ears
  • Riley, Compair Lapin
Species
  • Rabbit
Weapons
  • Fists
Enemies
Powers
  • High-hops
Home
  • The Briar Patch
animator
Homeworld
  • Born and bred in a briar patch!
Occupation
  • trickster
Films
Friends
Gender
  • Male
Quote
  • "Don't worry 'bout me. I can take care of m'self."
  • "Everbody's got a laughing place!"
Creator
  • traditional, Robert Roosevelt, Joel Chandler Harris, Alcée Fortier, Enid Blyton
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  • Br'er Rabbit is a character from the 1946 Disney feature film Song of the South.
  • He was voiced by Johnny Lee in the first two animated segments of the film and James Baskett (who played Uncle Remus and The Butterfly) in the last segment. Jess Harnell took over the role in 1989. Like Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear, Br'er Rabbit speaks in a Deep South accent, complete with much of their dialect and quirks of speech, and wears stereotypical lower-class African-American clothing of the time. He is portrayed as being something of a scallywag and is not quite as clever as he thinks he is, which, along with his arrogance and being overconfident, is the reason for him getting trapped in the first place - but he's still quite smart enough to outwit Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear.
  • Br'er Rabbit was a character of the 1880s Uncle Remus stories written by Joel Chandler Harris of Earth. A book containing these stories was among the books Arik Soong left his adopted Augment children after he was captured by Earth forces. (ENT: "The Augments") Those stories were also the source of the nomenclature "Briar Patch" given to an area of space in sector 441. While engaged in a battle in that area in 2375, Commander William T. Riker mentioned Br'er rabbit as an analogy while strategizing ways to beat off Son'a pursuers. He explained the Riker Maneuver by saying "time to use 'The Briar Patch' like Br'er Rabbit did...". (Star Trek: Insurrection)
  • Br'er Rabbit (also spelled Bre'r Rabbit or Brer Rabbit or Bruh Rabbit, with the title "Br'er" pronounced /ˈbrɛər/) is a central figure in the Uncle Remus stories of the Southern United States. He is a trickster character who succeeds through his wits rather than through strength, tweaking authority figures and bending social mores as he sees fit. The story of Br'er Rabbit, a contraction of "Brother Rabbit", has been linked to both African and Cherokee cultures. Disney later adapted the character for their Song of the South.
  • Br'er Rabbit ist eine Figur aus den Onkel-Remus-Fortsetzungsgeschichten. Arik Soong hat die Geschichten über den Br'er Rabbit seinen Augments vorgelesen. Nach dem Br'er Rabbit benennt Soong auch eine Region im Weltraum welche die Klingonen als Klach D'Kel Brakt bezeichnen. Im 24. Jahrhundert der Name Briar Patch unter nicht-Klingonen geläufig. (ENT: ; Star Trek: Der Aufstand) 2375 wird die USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) im Briar Patch von den Son'a angegriffen. Commander William T. Riker erwähnt, dass er den Briar Patch wie der Br'er Rabbit als Unterschlupf nutzen will. (Star Trek: Der Aufstand)
  • Br'er Rabbit was a character of the 1880s Uncle Remus stories written by Joel Chandler Harris of Earth. A book containing these stories was amongst the books that Arik Soong left his adopted Augment children after he was captured by United Earth forces. (ENT episode: "The Augments") Those stories were also the source of the nomenclature "Briar Patch" given to an area of space in Sector 441. While engaged in a battle in that area in 2375, Commander William T. Riker mentioned Br'er Rabbit as an analogy while strategizing ways to beat off Son'a pursuers. He explained the Riker Maneuver by saying "time to use the Briar Patch like Br'er Rabbit did...". (Star Trek: Insurrection) The Br'er Rabbit stories also existed in the mirror universe. Using the Br'er Rabbit approach, the archaeologist for hire Jean-Luc Picard advised his former patron Gul Madred to destroy the Iconian probe which was launched from the surface of the planet. As Picard had hoped, Madred took no action, believing it to be a transparent ruse on the part of Picard's allies in the Terran Rebellion. Consequently, Madred's Galor-class warship Hebitia suffered a total systems failure due to the effects of the probe and was soon destroyed. (TNG - Mirror Universe novel: The Worst of Both Worlds)
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