The White Rabbit is a character and a supporting character in the 1951 Disney animated film "Alice in Wonderland." He is a rabbit, who is known for his hurried manner, his tendency to be late, and his role as a guide to the titular character, Alice, as she travels through the fantastical world of Wonderland. The White Rabbit is depicted as a flustered and frazzled rabbit, who is always running late for one appointment or another. Despite his sometimes scatterbrained personality, the White Rabbit is also depicted as a helpful and trustworthy character, who is always willing to offer advice and guidance to Alice as she travels through Wonderland. Throughout the film, the White Rabbit plays a key role in helping Alice navigate the strange and unpredictable world of Wonderland, and he becomes a beloved and enduring figure in the world of "Alice in Wonderland."
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