“The First Easter Rabbit” DVD Review
We received “The First Easter Rabbit“ on DVD from Warner Home Entertainment Group. It was a cute movie about the Easter Rabbit. In fact, I even recognized one of the songs where they sang about the Easter bonnet. I don’t remember the words, but I recognized the song. “The First Easter Rabbit” was released on DVD on February 16th and retails for $14.97.
“The First Easter Rabbit” is narrated by Academy Award winner Burl Ives and is the Rankin/Bass holiday classic that tells the story of the origin of the first Easter Bunny. In the movie, you’ll meet Stuffy, who is a plush rabbit given to a young girl as a Christmas gift. A fairy brings him to life to serve as the symbol of Easter and is sent to Easter Valley, an enchanted place near the North Pole where it’s always Spring. In Easter Valley, Stuffy hopes to bring the first-ever basket of Easter goodies to its children. Stuffy’s plans are delayed when a cold-hearted ice creature named Zero refuses to allow the spread of happiness throughout the valley. Zero threatens to freeze Easter Valley, so it becomes just like the North Pole. Stuffy is the only one who can stop Zero from going through with this cold-hearted plan.
I thought this was an enjoyable holiday classic and was fun to watch. I would rate it with a 4 out of 5 rating for enjoyment.
I received a copy of “The First Easter Rabbit” on DVD from Warner Home Entertainment Group. All opinions are 100% mine.