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March Hare Women's Fancy Dress Costume

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This version of the character was also a semi-regular on Bonkers and one of the guests in House of Mouse, often seen seated with the Mad Hatter. During these appearances, the March Hare was voiced by Jesse Corti and Maurice LaMarche. Toy Story: Woody • Buzz Lightyear • Alien • Jessie • Bullseye • Bo Peep • Forky • Rex • Duke Caboom • Hamm • Mrs. Nesbit • Zurg • Lotso • Platinum Woody • Bunny • Stinky Pete • Fluorite Buzz Pooh and Pals: Pooh • Tigger • Piglet • Eeyore • Rabbit • Owl • Roo • Kanga • Gopher • Christopher Robin • Lumpy

Original Worlds: Destiny Islands • Traverse Town • Radiant Garden/Hollow Bastion • Disney Castle/Disney Town/Timeless River • Dive to the Heart • End of the World • Realm of Darkness • Twilight Town/ Mysterious Tower • The World That Never Was • Castle That Never Was • Land of Departure/Castle Oblivion • Keyblade Graveyard • Daybreak Town/Scala ad Caelum Tangled: Rapunzel • Pascal • Flynn Rider • Maximus • Tiara Rapunzel • Mother Gothel • Wedding Maximus • Baby Rapunzel Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts χ: Mad Hatter • March Hare • Razoul • Royal Guards • Maurice • Gaston March Hare makes regular appearances in the show, often seen with Mad Hatter having tea as usual. During the opening theme song, he and the Mad Hatter are seen having tea using Mrs. Potts. Big Hero 6: Hiro • Baymax • Fred • Wasabi • Honey Lemon • Go Go Tomago • Tadashi Hamada • Yokai • Mochi

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Group One (Miranda Wright): " Trains, Toons and Toon Trains" • " Tokyo Bonkers" • " The Stork Exchange" • " Bobcat Fever" • " The Toon That Ate Hollywood" • " When the Spirit Moves You" • " Fistful of Anvils" • " What You Read is What You Get" • " Toon for a Day" Like the character's friend, the Hatter, the March Hare feels compelled to always behave as though it is tea-time because the Hatter supposedly "murdered the time" whilst singing for the Queen of Hearts. Sir John Tenniel's illustration also shows him with straw on his head, a common way to depict madness in Victorian times. [3] [4] The March Hare later appears at the trial for the Knave of Hearts, and for a final time as " Haigha" (which is pronounced to rhyme with "mayor", according to Carroll, and a homophone of "hare" in a non-rhotic accent), the personal messenger to the White King in Through the Looking-Glass (Alice either does not recognize him as the March Hare of her earlier dream, or chooses not to comment about this). Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Snow White • Evil Queen • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Bashful • Sneezy • Sleepy • Dopey

Wonderland • The Exterior • Fish Dinners • White Rabbit's House • Shoreline • The Meadow of Living Flowers • The Mushroom • The Mad Hatter's House • The Queen of Hearts' Castle • Wonderland Maze • Tulgey Wood • England • London Pocahontas: Pocahontas • Flit • Meeko • Percy • Grandmother Willow • Governor Ratcliffe • Colors of the Wind PocahontasMain Street Electrical Parade: Electrical Parade Elliott • Electrical Parade Minnie • Electrical Parade Tinker Bell • Electrical Parade Cheshire Cat • Electrical Parade Blue Fairy Villains: Xehanort • Ansem • Xemnas • Maleficent • Pete • Vanitas • Xigbar/Braig • Xaldin • Vexen • Lexaeus • Zexion • Saïx/Isa • Demyx • Luxord • Marluxia • Larxene • Terra-Xehanort • Young Xehanort • Xehanort's Guardian Alice in Wonderland: Alice • Mad Hatter • March Hare • Dormouse • White Rabbit • Cheshire Cat • Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee • Queen of Hearts • King of Hearts • Caterpillar • Dinah • Oysters The March Hare is featured as the primary antagonist in the Once Upon a Time story "Tea Party in March" in the graphic novel Once Upon a Time: Out of the Past.

Aladdin: The Genie • Aladdin • Jasmine • Jafar • Abu • Rajah • Iago • Magic Carpet • Disguised Jasmine • Snake Jafar • Vacation Genie • Prince Ali • Aquamarine Jasmine • Elephant Abu • Sultan • Baby Rajah • Red Carpet Genie • Genie Jafar • Cave of Wonders

Ultimate Spider-Man: Spider-Man • Venom • Green Goblin • Miles Morales • Lizard • Rhino • Doctor Octopus • Iron Spider • Spider-Gwen • Kraven the Hunter • Hobgoblin It's quite amazing, isn't it? Lewis Carroll created a whimsical world filled with wild characters and delightfully mad scenarios with nothing but ink and paper. Then he built upon the incredible world during his continued works. His clever wordplay and imaginative style have made them a revered literary work through the years, but that was far from the end of the iconic world. Disney adapted the tales into an animated film, which brought the colourful world to life on the big screen. Carroll's creations have even inspired new stories in all sorts of other media. Batman had villains based on the tale, and even the Care Bears spent an episode visiting Wonderland! All of this has led to Lewis Carroll's tale becoming a household name across the world! That's what makes it one of our most popular choices when it comes to fancy dress and Halloween costume ideas. Lastly, the Hare and Hatter are seen as Alice tries to escape the Queen and her card soldiers, briefly during the reprise of the caucus race, and at their tea party insisting that she stay in Wonderland for a cup of tea, only for her to escape. Finally, they unexpectedly join the chase sequence, until they soon vanish as the girl's entire adventure was nothing more than a dream. The March Hare (called Haigha in Through the Looking-Glass) is a character most famous for appearing in the tea party scene in Lewis Carroll's 1865 book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Snow White • Dopey • Magic Mirror • The Evil Queen • Grumpy • The Prince • Sleepy • Doc • Winter Snow White • The Witch • Obsidian Snow White

Finding Nemo: Nemo • Dory • Marlin • Crush • Bruce • Destiny • Bailey • Hank • Squirt • Nigel • Gill • Sheldon • Pearl • Darla • Charlie • Jenny Spring: Disney's Easter Wonderland • Disney's Spring Promenade • Minnie's Little Spring Train • Hippity Hoppity Springtime • Usatama on the Run! Disney Characters introduced in Birth by Sleep: Prince Phillip • Maleficent's Goons • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Sleepy • Bashful • Sneezy • Dopey • The Prince • Evil Queen • Magic Mirror • Prince Charming • Jaq • Lady Tremaine • Anastasia • Drizella • Lucifer • Grand Duke • Grand Councilwoman • Captain Gantu • Jumba • Experiment 221 • Lost BoysIf your child wants to join the maddest party of them all, as the maddest character of them all, then all they need is this March Hare costume, which is inspired by the classic character! Design & Details Disney Worlds: Wonderland • Deep Jungle • Olympus Coliseum/ Underworld/ Olympus • Agrabah • Atlantica • Halloween Town/ Christmas Town • Neverland • Hundred Acre Wood • The Land of Dragons • Beast's Castle • Port Royal/ The Caribbean • Pride Lands • Space Paranoids • Dwarf Woodlands • Castle of Dreams • Deep Space • La Cité des Cloches • The Grid • Prankster's Paradise • Country of the Musketeers • Toy Box • Kingdom of Corona • Monstropolis • Arendelle • San Fransokyo • Game Central Station/ Niceland/ Cy-Bug Sector/ Candy Kingdom Mad as a March hare" is a common British English phrase, both now and in Carroll's time, and appears in John Heywood's collection of proverbs published in 1546. It is reported in The Annotated Alice by Martin Gardner that this proverb is based on popular belief about hares' behaviour at the beginning of the long breeding season, which lasts from February to September in Britain. Early in the season, unreceptive females often use their forelegs to repel overenthusiastic males. It used to be incorrectly believed that these bouts were between males fighting for breeding supremacy. [2] In this version, he was an insane human hunter, residing in Wonderland and living a richly extravagant lifestyle, owning a large house and garden, protected by guards, while also indulging in tea parties. His name provides from the hat that he's wearing, which is made from the ears of all the hares he has hunted. He is feared for his reputation and is rumored to be madder than the Red Queen.

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