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Other appearances include her role as the reporter in the direct-to-video film Tweety's High-Flying Adventure.This version of the character appeared in the straight-to-video movie Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run voiced by Rachel Ramras.A toddler version of her, voiced by Britt Mc Killip, is among the regular characters of Baby Looney Tunes.She also appeared as a playable character in the games Bugs Bunny & Lola Bunny: Operation Carrot Patch, released in 1998 and Looney Tunes Racing, released in 2000.She was also a news reporter in the game Looney Tunes: Space Race also in 2000.Near the end of the episode, Lola became friends with Tina Russo.
Later in the series Bugs and Lola are seen in multiple episodes spending time with each other.
She is shown with tan fur, blonde bangs, and wears a purple rubber band on both ears like a ponytail. Lola has a "curvaceous body", wears tight clothes, and poses seductively when she first appears on screen.
Lola was created to serve as a romantic interest for Bugs.
Lola does have a feminist catchphrase, "Don't ever call me doll", and her athleticism is not a typical feminine trait.
As Tony Cervone explained, the animators originally had in mind more "tomboyish" traits for her, but feared that she would appear "too masculine".
Lola Bunny was also featured in a webtoon on looneytunes.com, entitled "Dating Dos and Don'ts." During this webtoon, in the form of a fifties educational film, Bugs Bunny attempts to take Lola out on a date, but Elmer Fudd and Lola's disapproving dad (voiced by Tom Kenny) hinder him.