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Topic: Large Rabbit
Message: Posted by: Christopher (Dec 13, 2005 03:07PM)
I am looking for a large rabbit puppet to be used during my intro. It does not have to be anything fancy as it will only be seen for a short time, but it does need to be about 30 inches tall or more. Something with a bit of character in the face would be perfect. This is all new to me, meaning that I have never purchased puppets in the past. Can anyone recommend a few vendors that I should look toward?
Message: Posted by: Doug Higley (Dec 13, 2005 08:14PM)
http://givemetoys.zoovy.com/product/TVGIANT_KILLER_RABBI?META=bizrate-TVGIANT_KILLER_RABBI

The first above is the biggest.
The one below is the gamut...

http://www.bizrate.com/buy/products__att439336--288099-,att562808--562809-,cat_id--14011300.html
Message: Posted by: KenW (Dec 13, 2005 09:07PM)
Christopher,
If you really want a rabbit that has class and looks fantastic, then go directly to Steve Axtells website and buy his RABBIT!
He is PERFECT and the investment is so well worth it!
KW
Message: Posted by: Regan (Dec 13, 2005 09:57PM)
I was gonna suggest Axtell also.

Regan
Message: Posted by: maps (Dec 13, 2005 11:39PM)
Hi Chris,I've emailed you. Maps
Message: Posted by: Christopher (Dec 14, 2005 07:12AM)
The axtell rabbit looks great, but this is only used during my intro and is actually "accidentally crushed" So in actuallity it is only seen for about 30 seconds. As much as I love the axtell rabbit, it looks like a bit of overkill for this bit.
Message: Posted by: Christopher (Dec 16, 2005 10:23AM)
I can not praise Axtell enough. Steve was not able to help me with one of his products, so he referred me to another vendor. I can't wait to work in a vent routine to take advantage of Axtell's great products.
Message: Posted by: olivertwist (Dec 17, 2005 06:58PM)
There was ( and may still be) an Axtell Rabbit puppet for sale on magicauction.com in the ventriloquism section.
Message: Posted by: Dennis Michael (Dec 18, 2005 02:25PM)
Steve's Rodney Rabbit is Excellent:
http://www.axtell.com/woods.html
http://www.axtell.com/rabbit.html

Also I wrote about the [b]Rabbit in the Hat[/b] at the KIDabra Discussion Board:
http://www.kidabra.org/Chapters/Chapter1/200509Meeting/KI1stMeeting.html