Johnny Fedora is one of the main protagonists in Disney's 1946 short Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet, segment of the 1946 film Make Mine Music.
He is introduced to us in a hat shop, being placed on a hat stand in the window, where he meets his love Alice Blue Bonnet and starts singing to her. He is eventually bought, being separated from his love, and tries to find her throughout the majority of the segment. At the end, after being tossed away, smacked around, and left in a condition that was a far cry from his original pristine days, he is picked up by a coachman who cuts two holes in his rim to fit him over his horse's ears-the horse beside him wearing a similarly changed Alice! Thus the two are reunited and go on to be together ever after, even having a pair of baby bonnets. Johnny Fedora more recently made a cameo during the final scene of Who Framed Roger Rabbit atop the head of a cartoon hippopotamus.
Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet's first kiss at the store
Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet's baby bonnets
Johnny Fedora seeing Alice Blue Bonnet bought by a woman
Johnny Fedora crying
Johnny Fedora getting bought by a man
Johnny Fedora talking to strangers
Johnny Fedora getting blown away from his first owner while seeing Alice Blue Bonnet
Johnny Fedora getting bitten by 2 dogs
Johnny Fedora fighting at the bar
Johnny Fedora freezing his brim off
Johnny Fedora getting swept off the sidewalk with the rest of the garbage
Johnny Fedora flat as a pancake when litterly crushed
Johnny Fedora almost ending up in the sewer
Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet kissing again in the horses' stable